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    MANCHESTER City's Benjamin Mendy "looks forward" to clearing his name as he faces a retrial this summer. The footballer, 28, has said he is "delighted" to have been cleared of sex attacks on four women. 1Benjamin Mendy 'looks forward' to clearing his nameCredit: Andy Kelvin / Kelvinmedia Mendy's lawyer Jenny Wiltshire said he is now looking to "rebuild his life". She said: "My client Benjamin Mendy would like to thank the members of the jury for their dedication and commitment. "He also thanks everyone who supported him, and particularly the witnesses who gave evidence on his behalf in the glare of such intense publicity. "He looks forward to clearing his name in relation to the other two charges so he can start rebuilding his life. "Until these proceedings have concluded neither I, nor my client, are able to comment further." It comes after the French international was today found not guilty of six rapes and one sexual assault against four women. Jurors however could not reach verdicts on one count of rape and one of attempted rape against two other...
    THE FAMILY of Robert Hoagland, a man who disappeared nearly 10 years ago and was just found dead under a new name, has spoken up about their experience and their grieving process.  Christopher Hoagland, Robert’s son, spoke to NBC and shared how confusing this past week has been. 3Robert Hoagland was reported missing 10 years ago. He was found dead in New York this past week, leaving his family reeling with the discoveryCredit: Facebook/HelpUs Find Hoagy 3Hoagland's son, Christopher, spoke about the strange situation and how the family is coping with the new knowledgeCredit: Facebook/HelpUs Find Hoagy “It’s pretty confusing,” he said.  “We’re trying to handle it right now to be honest. “Haven’t really figured out any details.”  Christopher said that he’s planning to travel to Connecticut or New York to meet up with his family and that they still don’t know what made Hoagland leave in the first place.  READ MORE DISAPPEARANCESAMBUSH HORROR Mystery as 2 cops on missing persons case ‘executed by men in military gear’FIND HIM Major update on missing X Factor star as investigator reveals 'significant...
    While one woman has come forward with claims that her late father is a ruthless serial killer who murdered dozens, her older sister argues that this is not true and has vowed to restore their father's name.  Lucy Studey claimed their father Donald Dean Studey was a serial killer who forced her and her siblings to dump bodies of women he killed into a 100ft well on their Iowa farmland decades ago.  However, her older sister Susan Studey rejected these claims and said their father was strict, but certainly not a killer.  'My father was not the man she makes him out to be,' Susan Studey told Newsweek. 'He was strict, but he was a protective parent who loved his children... Strict fathers don't just turn into serial killers.' Donald Studey, who died in March 2013 at age 75, is accused by his daughter Lucy of killing between 50 to 70 women and at least two men - one in his 40s and one in his 20s. Lucy has said she tried to tell people over the years, but no...
    A 24-year-old Amherst man learned the hard way that saying your name while robbing someone you know defeats the purpose of a mask, officials said.  Oscar Garcia Alvarado pleaded guilty to a 2019 armed robbery, and a judge sentenced him to between seven and eight years in prison on Thursday, Oct. 6, the Northwestern District Attorney's Office said.  Alvarado and another man who police have not identified broke into an Amherst man's apartment on Nov. 14, 2019, while he was playing video games with friends online, police said. The duo carried a pistol and a rifle and covered their faces with hooded sweatshirts. Police said they demanded cash from the victim and pistolwhipped him to the ground.  The victim knew Alvarado from years before and recognized his voice, the prosecutor said. He was left with no doubts when Alvarado's accomplice called him by his name.  "Who’s Oscar?" Alvarado reportedly snapped at his partner. "Stop saying my name, or I’ll kill you." The duo got away with $320 and several of the man's electronic devices, the DA's office said. Northampton...
    A 24-year-old Amherst man learned the hard way that saying your name while robbing someone you know defeats the purpose of a mask, officials said.  Oscar Garcia Alvarado pleaded guilty to a 2019 armed robbery, and a judge sentenced him to between seven and eight years in prison on Thursday, Oct. 6, the Northwestern District Attorney's Office said.  Alvarado and another man who police have not identified broke into an Amherst man's apartment on Nov. 14, 2019, while he was playing video games with friends online, police said. The duo carried a pistol and a rifle and covered their faces with hooded sweatshirts. Police said they demanded cash from the victim and pistolwhipped him to the ground.  The victim knew Alvarado from years before and recognized his voice, the prosecutor said. He was left with no doubts when Alvarado's accomplice called him by his name.  "Who’s Oscar?" Alvarado reportedly snapped at his partner. "Stop saying my name, or I’ll kill you." The duo got away with $320 and several of the man's electronic devices, the DA's office said. Northampton...
    In the dark days of World War II a dashing young US airman serving in Britain met a pretty English girl. It wasn't exactly a love story, she already had a boyfriend who was being held prisoner of war by the Germans. But Louisa Fitzpatrick did strike up a close friendship with the dark-haired airman with the rakish Errol Flynn mustache and talked about him often throughout the rest of her life. He gave her pictures, not just of himself, but of his three brothers, his parents, even their house in Key West, Florida. Now eight years after her death aged 92 – and 80 years after American forces arrived in the UK – Louisa's son is desperately trying to find out just exactly who the man was who meant so much to his mother. British-born Louisa Fitzpatrick met a dashing young US airman serving in Britain during WWII. The man's name is believed to be Philip Tupino or Toppino   Fitzpatrick struck up a close friendship with the dark-haired airman and she spoke about him throughout the rest of her...
    WHEN a man asks you on a date, you expect to be treated with kindness and respect. Unfortunately, the opposite happened to one woman who ended up blocking a man after learning the insulting name he calls all of his dates. 3A woman has recounted an insulting experience she had with someone who asked her on a dateCredit: TikTok 3She said she didn't even go out with him because he was so rudeCredit: TikTok The woman, who shared her date fail story online, said the man originally took interest in her when she sitting at a table at a Panera Bread. "[He] gets my number, starts texting me, tried to make plans with me," the woman explained. "I tell him that I don't allow people to pick me up, that I meet them places." She said they agreed on getting dinner out, but the man changed the plans two days before the date. "He says: 'How about I just come pick you up and bring you back to my house and I can cook dinner for you,'" the woman...
    CHOOSING YOUR child’s name is a massive decision, one that you won’t want to take lightly. Many people will want to give their child a unique name, one that no other member of their family has. 2A woman is fuming after her brother-in-law gave his puppy the same name as her babyCredit: Getty But one mum was left fuming after her baby name was taken by her brother-in-law. But to make matters worse, the woman’s brother-in-law wasn't using the name for his child, he was instead reserving it for his new puppy. The woman was less than impressed at this and called the man rude and unreasonable. Refusing to change his dog's name, the woman ended up turning his family against him. Now, the man has taken to Reddit, to explain how he has been waiting more than a year to adopt a dog after the pandemic - and used that time to pick the name. He explained: "I am not really one to care about dog names.  Most read in LifestyleFISH OUT OF WATER Harry 'clearly unhappy' & 'embarrassed'...
    PHIL JONES broke down in tears as Old Trafford chanted his name on Monday night. The defender returned to the Manchester United side after 712 days in the wilderness during the 1-0 defeat to Wolves. 3Phil Jones was visibly emotional walking off the Old Trafford turf 3Jones, 29, was making his first appearance in 712 days Jones, 29, put in a largely assured display and was spurred on by the Theatre of Dreams. United fans brought back Jones' old chant, to the tune of Gold by Spandau Ballet. And as he trudged off towards the tunnel, he was serenaded by the Stretford End. The show of support clearly moved Jones, who appeared tearful while also tapping the badge on his chest. Jones revealed to The Times last year that his head was 'an absolute mess' during his long injury lay-off. His former team-mate Rio Ferdinand last summer said that he 'should have gone ages ago' - even going as far as to say that his place in the squad would be better filled by a youth teamer. Most read in...
    A suspect, Lydon McLeod, was shot dead by police in Colorado on Monday. The trilogy was released between 2018 and 2020 That person, who committed five murders United States, Has already foretold his crimes. Identified by police as Leighton McLeod, he has named some of the victims in a series of science fiction novels under the pseudonym Roman McLeod. His trilogy, “Permission”, Released under the name Roman McLean between 2018 and 2020. He said fiction and mixed “People” And “Real Events” For “Blurring the line between existence and possibility”. The suspect was shot and killed by police Monday in Colorado. “We know books written under the pseudonym by the suspect and they are part of us Investigation“, A Denver Police spokesman confirmed Thursday, Dec. 30 LCI. From “Personal or Professional Relationships” With some of his victims According to officials, one of the victims in the book, identified as Michael Swinyard, had the same name. She was killed at the same address mentioned in the book. In another volume, the suspect’s name is quoted in administrative documents attached to a premises...
    A Muslim man sparked an FBI probe after posing as an Orthodox Jew to get married, then claiming he was an NSA worker after being busted by his family. Eliyah Hawila, 23, whose real name is Ali Hassan Hawila and who hails from Lebanon, struck up an online relationship with Sally, a Jewish woman of Syrian descent who lives in Brooklyn, New York. In what appears to be a lovestruck moment of madness, Haliwa went on to fabricate an entire backstory relating to his non-existent Jewish roots after his new bride became suspicious about his past.  He says he became obsessed with the Jewish religion during his lonely teenage years in the Lebanese countryside, and that he'd tried to convert, only to be rejected by a synagogue.  Upon uncovering the deception, Sally's parents stepped in, called the FBI and pulled their daughter away from her husband Eliyah Hawila, 23,  left, whose real name is Ali Hassan Hawila and who hails from Lebanon, struck up a relationship online with a Jewish woman of Syrian descent, Sally, seen right, who lived in Brooklyn, New York. Hawila,...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As secretary of state, the world was Colin Powell‘s stage. But it all started here in New York, and he credited one of the city’s great institutions for shaping his life and distinguished career, CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported Monday. READ MORE: Gen. Colin Powell, Former Secretary Of State, Dies At 84 Due To Complications From COVID-19 Powell was all about service and leadership. So it’s fitting City College of New York, a school focused on both is his legacy, has the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. On Monday, the dean called Powell a man of extraordinary accomplishment, a proud son of City College. (Photo: CBS2) The institution shaped the life of a man who helped shape the post-Cold War world. “It was probably the only place I could have gone because my parents were of limited means and it was free, and it was perhaps the turning point in my whole life,” Powell once said. “He found ROTC while he was at City College and that kind of, for him, helped find his purpose,...
    A SCIENTIST discovered a man in his home city with the same name and date of birth has been paying his student loans. Harpreet Singh’s double, who works in a kebab shop, has wrongly had hundreds of pounds deducted by the taxman. 2Harpreet Singh realised someone with the same name and address as him had been paying his student loans in a mix-upCredit: SWNS 2A kebab shop worker from India has been paying Harpreet's loans after HMRC mistakenly sent the worker the email address of the neuroscientistCredit: SWNS The pair discovered the blunder after HMRC mistakenly sent the takeaway worker the email address of the neuroscientist. The fast-food employee, from India, settled in Harpreet’s home city Peterborough last year. It is thought he was paying off both of the graduate’s student loans, including for his master’s degree in clinical psychology. The scientist, 25, said: “Basically, there has been a bureaucratic muddle and on paper we appear to be the same person. “We have the same date of birth, name, and age. The other Harpreet is living in Peterborough — where...
    A MAN who spent 17 years in prison for rape is hopeful of clearing his name after a DNA breakthrough in his case. Andrew Malkinson, 55, was convicted of raping a mother, 33, on a Manchester roadside in 2003. 2Andrew Malkinson, pictured on the day he was released from prison, hopes to clear his name after a DNA breakthroughCredit: SWNS But fresh forensic analysis has found male DNA on samples taken from the victim that did not match his. Andrew, who was released last December, served ten years extra because he refused to admit to the crime. He told The Sunday Times: “I’ve always known I’m innocent. I’ve waited a long time for the science to catch up and finally it has. “It’s a terrible position to be in when it’s your word against someone else’s, because you just look guilty by the mere fact you’ve been accused. “A year in prison is not like a year outside it. Most read in NewsLIVE LIKE A KINGHarry & Meg may be 'cut' from Royal family in bid to 'streamline monarchy'MONSTER...
    A Texas man was forced at gunpoint to get his girlfriend's name tattooed on his neck before he was shot dead and dumped in a drainage ditch, police say.  The body of Younis Hussain Alhassinyani was found dumped near Arlington, Texas, back on February 4 just days after his family reported him missing.  The 22-year-old was found with a gunshot wound to his neck. Police have since charged four people in relation to his death, including Alhassinyani's 28-year-old girlfriend Erika Perez. They say a lengthy investigation into the bizarre crime revealed that Alhassinyani had been at his girlfriend's apartment in Arlington for a late-night tattoo session the night he was shot dead.  A tattoo artist and four other men were also at the apartment, police said.  The body of Younis Hussain Alhassinyani was found dumped near Arlington, Texas, back on February 4 just days after his family reported him missing The three other men charged so far are: Benjamin Delgadillo, 21; Pedro Angel Rodriguez, 21; and Justin Jaxs Salinas, 23. Police are still searching for a fourth man. The tattoo artist has not been charged.  ...
    Former Republican Florida state senator Frank Artiles was arrested Thursday for allegedly hiring a sham candidate with the same last name as the Democratic incumbent to manipulate a political race. Investigators allege that Artiles paid $44,708.03 to Alexis “Alex” Pedro Rodriguez to run in the Miami-Dade’s 37th Senate district race during the November 2020 election. The plan was intended to siphon votes from Democrat José Javier Rodríguez, according to the Miami Herald. José Rodríguez lost the election to Miami Republican Ileana Garcia by a margin of 32 votes. The “ghost” candidate Alexis Rodriguez, who ran as an independent, earned 6,000 votes. Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said Artiles contacted Alexis Rodriguez through Facebook messenger in May 2020, when Rodriguez made it clear that he was experiencing “dire financial difficulties,” according to NBC 6 South Florida. November’s Florida Senate District 37 election involved a crime, which is what brings all of us together today & has led to the criminal charging of former Florida State Representative & former Florida State Senator @Artiles40 & “ghost candidate” Alexis Pedro Rodriguez. pic.twitter.com/FF5himBXBz —...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — One Chicago area man is facing multiple fraudulent unemployment claims – and is the victim of a new kind of unemployment fraud that is crossing state lines and affecting several states. CBS 2’s Tara Molina was asking Tuesday night why nothing is in place to stop such a thing from happening. READ MORE: Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Arrested Again It all started with some mail that came to Mike Lanners, which he easily could have tossed. “It looks just like a normal piece of junk mail,” Lanners said. “Could be somebody trying to sell you a campground location.” But Lanners is glad he kept the piece of mail. If it were not for the little white envelope, he never would have known someone successfully applied for unemployment benefits, in his name, in the state of Kentucky. “I’ve never lived in Kentucky. I’ve never worked there. I own no property in Kentucky. I have no relatives in Kentucky,” Lanners said. RELATED: Unemployment Scammer Spills Secrets: Illinois Easy Target Because ‘They Don’t Verify Anything’ So how did...
    Philadelphia police have released video of suspects walking towards the home of a 12-year-old boy who was shot dead through his front door last month. Sadeek Clark-Harrison was shot in the eye as he peered through a pane of glass after hearing a man shouting his name shortly before 3am on November 22. Surveillance footage shows two hooded and masked men walking with their hands in their pockets towards the Ditman Street home at around 2.50am that morning.  Surveillance footage shows two hooded and masked men walking with their hands in their pockets towards the Ditman Street home at around 2.50am on November 22 Sadeek Clark-Harrison, 12, was killed Sunday in his Philadelphia home after he peered through the glass of his front door Deputy Commissioner Melvin Singleton said Sadeek had gone to answer a single knock on the door before a shot was fired through the door.  Sadeek, who was at home with his 10-year-old sister and grandmother, was discovered lying on the living room floor with blood pouring from his mouth.  Medics arrived but Sadeek...
    GOLF legend Jack Nicklaus' oldest granddaughter Christie has married a man named Todger Strunk, sending fans into hysterics. Christie, 28, is the daughter of American Nicklaus' son Jack but her new husband's name caused quite a stir this side of the pond. My oldest granddaughter Christie Nicklaus – my son Jack’s 2nd-oldest child – just married Todger Strunk. What a beautiful wedding and an even more beautiful couple! They look like they were made for each other. Barbara and I wish them happiness and love for an eternity! @CNStrunk pic.twitter.com/lfiVBuPheu— Jack Nicklaus (@jacknicklaus) December 14, 2020 I’d have collapsed at “Do you take this Todger..?” ????— Simon Race (@SimonRace) December 15, 2020 3Social media users ripped into the name TodgerCredit: Twitter 3Someone pointed out why Brits were finding the name hilariousCredit: Twitter Nicklaus, 80, tweeted the news and congratulated the happy couple but was seemingly blissfully unaware that his new grandson-in-law's name is British slang for the word penis. He wrote: "My oldest granddaughter Christie Nicklaus – my son Jack’s 2nd-oldest child – just married Todger Strunk. "What...
    A man who formerly lived in northern New Jersey sexually assaulted two children living under his care numerous times over the course of several years before fleeing to Tennessee and living under a fake identity for more than three decades, prosecutors said. Richard A. Ziegler, 70, was in Roxbury when he performed “multiple sexual acts” on two children who had been living under his care between Dec. 1, 1981 and May 31, 1987, Acting Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll said in a Wednesday release. One child was abused between the ages of 10 and 15 and the other from ages 10 to 12, Carroll said. The Tennessee Highway Patrol Criminal Investigations Division recently located Ziegler in Oneida, Tennessee and determined that he had falsified documents in order to get a driver’s license with a fake identity, Carroll said. Ziegler will be extradited to Morris County to face his charges of first-degree aggravated sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual contact, child endangerment and other offenses. He also faces a felony aggravated perjury charge and a misdemeanor driver’s license fraud offense in...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Philip Woodson opened the mail to find out someone else had applied for unemployment benefits in his name. CBS 2’s Tara Molina is Working for Chicago and bringing concerns to the Illinois Department of Employment Security for answers, in our continuing investigation into statewide unemployment fraud issues. Woodson told Molina he never would have known he was a victim of fraud if it were not for the letter he got. The letter was sent to his home address, letting him know he had been approved for unemployment benefits. But he he never applied for those benefits.   Woodson reached the state, and told Molina he can’t afford to wait weeks for a callback. “I’m scared to death,” Woodson said. His fear and anxiety started with that letter from the state. “The last day working was April 20th, 2020, and I was working at that time,” Woodson said, “and I’m still working.” Talking to Molina from his parked car, Woodson, a pharmaceutical rep, said between client meetings that he’s lucky enough...
    A 32-year-old man has been arrested and charged with arson for allegedly setting fire to a public building during the early days of George Floyd protests in Portland.  Edward Thomas Schinzing, 32, is accused of using fire to 'maliciously damage' the city's Justice Center which houses the Multnomah County jail and the Portland Police Bureau headquarters, on May 29.  According to federal prosecutors, Schinzing had been part of a group of 30 protesters who broke into the facility through the windows and spray-painted portions of the office, damaged equipment and furniture, and started fires. Footage from YouTube, Twitter, surveillance cameras and photos shared online showed the suspects vandalizing the office space where three county employees had been working before being forced to flee.    Edward Thomas Schinzing, 32, was among a group of protesters who broke into the Justice Center on May 29 (pictured) before vandalizing the space and setting fires  The U.S. Attorney's Office released photos of Schinzing participating in a march that night before targeting the Justice Center Authorities were able to identify him through...
    MARCUS RASHFORD is used to playing with No 10 on his back - now he's got it on the front door. The Manchester United star was praised for his amazing free school meals win over Boris Johnson by having his name put on the entrance to the Prime Minister's address in a brilliant mocked-up ad near Old Trafford. 2 Man Utd fans were loving this mocked-up image near Old Trafford showing Rashford's name on No 10 after he forced the PM into a U-turn on free school meals The photo showed the iconic No 10 door with 'Rashford 10' written over it and fans hailed the idea as "class" while calling the forward a "superhero". MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United news A message underneath the ad - put up very near to the Theatre of Dreams - read: "Thank you for your leadership, Marcus. (Now kids won't go hungry this summer)." Celebrities and fans have since called for Rashford to be knighted after he forced a government U-turn on meal vouchers. The England striker, 22, has...
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