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    GABBY Petito's dad shared a poignant Thanksgiving update after the family's legal win against Brian Laundrie's parents. Joseph Petito shared a photo of the sky with the sun glowing behind the clouds over farmland. 5Gabby Petito's father shared a poignant photo on his Instagram account for ThanksgivingCredit: Instagram/ Joseph Petito 5Joseph Petito reminded people to take photos of their loved ones to 'cherish the memories'Credit: Instagram/ Joseph Petito 5His daughter Gabby [left] was killed by her fiancé Brian Laundrie [right] last summerCredit: Instagram "Happy Thanksgiving to everyone her [sic] on #instagram and remember to take those pictures so you can cherish the memories," read the caption. Comments under the post were mostly holiday wishes to Joe and the rest of Gabby's family while others shared their own experience of losing loved ones. "Sending so much love and light to your family! I lost my husband 5 1/2 years ago so I understand how important it is to take those pictures," wrote one person. "Happy Thanksgiving to the Petito family and friends," wrote another. "May Gabby's memories comfort you and shine...
    A conservative think tank has filed a legal complaint against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan over allegations they spent $500 million to help Joe Biden win the 2020 election.  Chan and Zuckerberg are cited in one of two complaints filed with the Internal Revenue Service by the Center for Renewing America (CRA), a conservative nonprofit run by former deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, Russell Vought.  According to FOX Business, the complaints filed with the IRS allege that the high ranking Facebook officials attempted to sway the 2020 presidential election in favor of now President Joe Biden with $500 million funneled through nonprofit, tax-exempt voting rights groups.  CRA says the donations should have been eligible for taxation, because they were used for electioneering.   CRA also filed a second complaints against the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) and National Vote at Home Institute (NVAHI), claiming that they played a major role in the scheme to help now President Biden win the vote.  Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla...
    GABBY Petito's parents earned a massive victory in their legal battle against Brian Laundrie's family after a judge decided to move forward with the case. In his ruling, Judge Hunter W Carroll wrote that the Laundries' statement by their attorney "in the context of the unique facts of this case is objectively outrageous." 1A Florida judge has denied the Laundries' request to dismiss a civil suit filed by Gabby Petito's parents More to follow...For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    BERLIN (AP) – Germany’s highest court on Wednesday backed a far-right party’s complaint against former Chancellor Angela Merkel’s comments that the election of a state governor with the party’s support was “inexcusable” and must not be allowed to stand. The Federal Constitutional Court found that the comments, made by the then-chancellor in 2020, violated Alternative for Germany’s right to equality of opportunities. Merkel’s comments during an official visit to South Africa and later posted on her and the government´s websites, came a day after the surprise election of Thomas Kemmerich, a member of the pro-business Free Democrats, as governor of the eastern state of Thuringia. Merkel’s Party Join Forces with Populist AfD for First Time to Oust Thuringia Leftist Minister-President https://t.co/gT2AO5qvNG — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) February 6, 2020 Kemmerich narrowly defeated a left-wing incumbent after Alternative for Germany representatives in the state legislature voted for him instead of AfD’s own candidate. His election was a major embarrassment for Merkel’s center-right Christian Democratic Union, which also had backed Kemmerich. Merkel vented her displeasure during a news conference in South Africa, saying...
    Cardi B received good news in her ongoing legal battle against YouTube blogger Tasha K Monday, as a federal judge in Atlanta ordered Tasha K to remove clips and social media posts that a jury in January deemed 'false and defamatory.' The judge ordered Tasha K, 40, to remove the posts within a five-day period, Rolling Stone reported Monday. The blogger, whose real name is Latasha Kebe, was forbidden by the court to post or repost any allegations linking Cardi B, 29, to drug use, prostitution, marital infidelity, or sexually transmitted diseases, according to the outlet. The latest: Cardi B, 29, received good news in her ongoing legal battle against YouTube blogger Tasha K, 40, on Monday, as a federal judge in Atlanta ordered Tasha K to remove clips and social media posts that a jury in January deemed 'false and defamatory' The New York native, whose full name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, on January 24 was victorious in a $4 million defamation suit against Tasha K in a Georgia federal court. Last month, she sought the injunction over the posts...
    (CNN Business)Sandy Hook families suing InfoWars founder Alex Jones have won a case against him after a judge ruled against Jones who has failed to comply with the discovery process.Jones and entities owned by him were found liable by default Monday in a defamation case against them.Connecticut Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis cited the defendants' "willful noncompliance" with the discovery process as her core reasoning behind the ruling. She specifically noted that they had not turned over financial and analytics data requested multiple times by the Sandy Hook family plaintiffs."All the defendants have failed to fully and fairly comply with their discovery obligations," Bellis said at the virtual hearing.Judge Bellis said that she had held off scheduling Monday's sanctions hearing "in hopes these problems would be corrected" by the Jones defendants. Read More"While the families are grateful for the Court's ruling, they remain focused on uncovering the truth. As the Court noted, Alex Jones and his companies have deliberately concealed evidence of the relationship between what they publish and how they make money," said Chris Mattei of Koskoff, Koskoff &...
    Your Everything Guide To September’s NYFW Schedule Samson: Why the Angels should shut down Mike Trout during another lost season ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC have gained a huge court decision that could imperil the ongoing viability of Locast, a much-hyped digital app that streams over-the-air television stations. On Tuesday, a New York federal court granted partial summary judgment to broadcasters in this closely-watched copyright case. Locast has helped cord-cutters by providing digital access to local stations without a cable or satellite subscription. It’s like Aereo, a similar streamer that lost big at the Supreme Court, except for one key fact that Locast hoped would help save it from copyright liability. The operators of Locast have presented it to the public for “free.” Under § 111(a)(5) of the Copyright Act, a nonprofit organization is allowed to operate a secondary transmission service. But in the summary judgment round, broadcasters questioned whether it was really free given that the service solicits donations from its users. For those who don’t pay $5 a month, service is interrupted a few times every hour. In...
    BRAD Pitt is "delighted' to have won joint custody of his kids in his bitter legal battle with ex Angelina Jolie - but is not "resting on his laurels yet," a source told The Sun. The drawn-out divorce and custody battle has been "hell on earth" for Brad, and he is "on guard" against any further legal attacks from his ex, the insider added. 8Brad has won joint custody of his kidsCredit: The Mega Agency The Fight Club star won a major victory over Angelina on Wednesday, with a judge in Los Angeles dismissing her claims about his behavior and granting him joint custody of their five younger children. "This whole experience for Brad has been hell on earth from beginning to end, and he’s not resting on his laurels just yet," he said. “He knows Angelina will continue to fight him with everything she’s got, not just by appealing the judge’s ruling, but pulling out every other dirty trick she can think of to make him look like the bad guy, and her the victim. “So he...
                        Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Nashville attorney Jim Roberts to the newsmakers line who discussed where he was at in the process of putting the referendum on the July 27 ballot and fake grassroots citizen action group opposition. Leahy: We are joined on our newsmaker line now by our good friend Jim Roberts, the man behind the Nashville Taxpayer Protection Act. Jim, bring us up to speed on the twists and turns of the Nashville Taxpayer Protection Act referendum. Roberts: Every week brings a new story, I have to admit. I appreciate you letting me come on this morning. The status now is the lawsuits have been filed by Metro trying to derail and stop the people from voting on this. The Nashville Business Coalition is a political action group that promotes pro-business candidates. They’re not even representing the voters...
    Former President Donald Trump congratulated Project Veritas Tuesday after a favorable ruling in its ongoing defamation lawsuit against The New York Times.  A New York judge denied the paper's motion to dismiss the suit by the right-wing guerilla news outlet over the Times' portrayal of Project Veritas' reporting on alleged voter fraud in the congressional district represented by Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. last fall.  Times reporters Maggie Astor and Tiffany Hsu described Project Veritas' reporting as "deceptive," "false," and "with no verifiable evidence."  "The facts submitted by Veritas could indicate more than standard, garden variety media bias and support a plausible inference of actual malice," Supreme Court Justice Charles Wood wrote in his ruling last week. "There is a substantial basis in law to proceed to permit the plaintiff to conduct discovery and to then attempt to meet its higher standard of proving liability through clear and convincing evidence of actual malice." FACEBOOK EXEC RECORDED SAYING COMPANY 'TOO POWERFUL,' SHOULD BE BROKEN UP AND ZUCKERBERG REMOVED AS CEO Wood elaborated, "If a writer interjects an opinion in a news article (and will seek to claim legal protections as opinion)...
    Nobody discovers America if they say that Ernesto de Hannover is a character whose life in recent years could be defined as gruesome. His excesses with alcohol, his voluntary exile, his broken marriage with Carolina de Monaco (who nevertheless does not divorce for an important reason) or his disputes with his children have been the constant of his appearance in the news. And, of course, his troubles with justice. In just a couple of weeks, the still brother-in-law of Alberto de Monaco must, at the request of the Austrian Prosecutor’s Office, sit on the dock for the riots he caused last summer, including an altercation with the Police charged with a baseball bat just a week after he threatened several officers with a knife (and having entered a psychiatric hospital in between). But as they point out from Vanitatis, and despite the fact that at the age of 67 he could spend three years in prison (as requested by the prosecution) for his 2020 crimes, Ernesto de Hannover has proposed to make an even more difficult and face another trial...
    By Madeline Chambers BERLIN (Reuters) - A Berlin court ruled in favour of the heirs of the Prussian monarchy on Thursday in a dispute with a historian, the latest twist in a legal battle for compensation for treasures taken from the Hohenzollern dynasty after World War Two. The family, which ruled Germany until Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated in 1918, has demanded the return of thousands of paintings, sculptures and books from the German state as well as compensation for the expropriation of property by the Soviet Union whose forces occupied eastern Germany. The question of the Hohenzollerns’ relationship with Hitler is central to the family’s claims. Under German law, compensation is only possible if the claimant did not significantly assist Nazis' rise to power. Some historians argue the role of the Hohenzollern family was insignificant. Others say appearing with Hitler and his associates, including in a famous photo of Hitler with Crown Prince Wilhelm, eldest son of Wilhelm II, in Potsdam in 1933, was helpful and symbolic. The family says on its website that two reports it commissioned have concluded...
    A federal judge in California tossed a pair of Apple’s counterclaims against “Fortnite” maker Epic Games in the high-stakes legal battle over Apple’s App Store fees. Apple and Epic have been at odds since August, when the developer’s popular battle royale-style game “Fortnite” was booted from the App Store after introducing an in-app payment system which would have allowed it to dodge the 30-percent cut that Apple takes from in-app purchases. The iPhone maker had asked for “restitution and disgorgement of all earnings, profits, compensation, benefits, and other ill-gotten gains obtained by Epic as a result of its conduct,” a claim that judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers viewed as a bridge too far. ”This is a high-stakes breach of contract case and an antitrust case and that’s all in my view,” the judge said, according to Bloomberg , telling Apple’s lawyer that “You can’t just say it’s independently wrongful — You actually have to have facts.” A judge in October had ruled that Apple could bar Epic’s “Fortnite” game from its App Store but must not harm Epic’s developer tools...
    A federal judge in California tossed a pair of Apple’s counterclaims against “Fortnite” maker Epic Games in the high-stakes legal battle over Apple’s App Store fees. Apple and Epic have been at odds since August, when the developer’s popular battle royale-style game “Fortnite” was booted from the App Store after introducing an in-app payment system which would have allowed it to dodge the 30-percent cut that Apple takes from in-app purchases. The iPhone maker had asked for “restitution and disgorgement of all earnings, profits, compensation, benefits, and other ill-gotten gains obtained by Epic as a result of its conduct,” a claim that judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers viewed as a bridge too far. ”This is a high-stakes breach of contract case and an antitrust case and that’s all in my view,” the judge said, according to Bloomberg, telling Apple’s lawyer that “You can’t just say it’s independently wrongful — You actually have to have facts.” A judge in October had ruled that Apple could bar Epic’s “Fortnite” game from its App Store but must not harm Epic’s developer tools business, including...
    A news agency has apologised to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after drones were allegedly used to take pictures of their son Archie. The couple launched legal action in Los Angeles in July claiming an individual had photographed Archie, then 14 months old, at their home during lockdown. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex claimed the pictures were an invasion of privacy. On Thursday, their lawyer Michael Kump said the agency responsible, X17, had apologised and agreed to pay a portion of their legal fees - settling the legal case.  X17 has also agreed to turn over the photos to the family, destroy any copies in its archives and never again sell photos of Harry and Meghan taken by drone, zoom or telephoto lenses 'in any private residence or the surrounding private grounds'.  Harry and Meghan, pictured in a video they filmed at their California home last month, launched a lawsuit earlier this year claiming violations of privacy  'We apologise to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son for the distress we have caused,' X17 said in...
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