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    Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was released from the hospital Thursday, six days after he was severely beaten by an intruder inside the couple’s San Francisco home. In a statement, Speaker Pelosi said her husband “remains under doctors’ care as he continues to progress on a long recovery process and convalescence.” California Paul Pelosi faces ‘long recovery process’ after hammer attack In a statement, Nancy Pelosi’s office said her husband is making ‘steady progress’ but released no other specific details. Paul Pelosi is recovering from what officials said was a successful surgery at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital “to repair a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hands.” Pelosi was attacked when an intruder broken into the couple’s Pacific Heights home sometime around 2 a.m. last Friday. Federal prosecutors said David DePape entered the Pelosis’ home by smashing a rear glass door with a hammer, then went to the second floor. There, he found Paul Pelosi, 82, sleeping, and reportedly shouted, “Where’s Nancy?” repeatedly. Paul Pelosi was alone at the...
    "No one deserves to be assaulted," GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky tweeted. "Unlike Nancy Pelosi’s daughter who celebrated my assault, I condemn this attack and wish Mr. Pelosi a speedy recovery." Paul was assaulted by a neighbor in 2017, and the attack "resulted in 6 broken ribs, a damaged lung that had to be removed, and chronic pain," according to the senator — Paul noted in 2019 that part of his lung injured in the attack had to be removed. In a 2020 tweet, Speaker Pelosi's daughter Christine Pelosi had written, "Rand Paul's neighbor was right." \u201cNo one deserves to be assaulted. Unlike Nancy Pelosi\u2019s daughter who celebrated my assault, I condemn this attack and wish Mr. Pelosi a speedy recovery.\u201d — Rand Paul (@Rand Paul) 1666967111
    A 23-year-old dirt bike rider who suffered a skull fracture in a Philadelphia crash on Friday, Oct. 21 later died of his injuries, authorities said. A 2016 Honda was heading north on Rising Sun Avenue and trying to turn left onto Bristol Street when the bike struck the car on the passenger side around 8 p.m., a spokesperson from the Philadelphia Police Department said. The 21-year-old passenger on the dirt bike suffered a broken wrist while the operator was seriously injured, and died at Temple University Hospital just before midnight, police said. The investigation remains active and ongoing.
    A baby girl accidentally suffered a skull fracture and a brain injury that required surgery after getting hit in the middle of a dispute between the child’s parents on Sunday, Oct. 9, LehighValleyLive reports. Officers responded to the Easton home and found the infant’s parents quarreling around 6:15 p.m. before the father stated that the mother had picked up the lid of a pot and attempted to hurl it at him, striking the infant instead, the report says citing court records. The mother was taken into custody for assault and other offenses and was being held on $5,000 bail while the child — under a year old — needed four stitches to close the cut, also suffering a brain injury and skull fracture, the outlet says. Click here for more from LehighValleyLive.
    UPDATE: One of three Englewood car wash employees who were struck by a vehicle driven by a co-worker Wednesday afternoon suffered a skull fracture and bleeding on the brain, authorities said. The 54-year-old employee was in surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center following the 1:30 p.m. incident at the Englewood Car Wash on East Sheffield Avenue near the Sheffield Gardens apartment complex, Police Lt. Fred Pulice said.  Another employee was pulling a customer’s vehicle from the bay to the drying area when the crash occurred, the lieutenant said. A 24-year-old male co-worker sustained an elbow injury that required surgery at HUMC, Pulice said. A third worker, 59, also male, was treated at the hospital for a broken arm and multiple contusions, cuts and abrasions on his face, he said. The driver was uninjured. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigations Unit responded to assist given the severity of injuries. "The matter is under investigation and no charges have been filed as of this time," Pulice said early Wednesday evening.​
    A MUM is warning other parents after her baby ended up with a fractured skull while changing her nappy. The anonymous mum said she was “in shock” after the horrific event, with scans showing a huge split in the baby’s head. 3A mum shared a photo of her daughter's fractured skull after she fell suring nappy changingCredit: Instagram @tinyheartseducation 3The six-month-old went to hospitalCredit: Instagram @tinyheartseducation 3She is pictured having a scanCredit: Instagram @tinyheartseducation She shared her story with TinyHeartsEducation - a first aid website and Instagram page for parents run by first aider Nikki Jurcutz and her sister, Rach. The mum said she had been changing her six-month-old daughter’s nappy at her in-laws. The wipes were positioned behind her, so she turned to get them. Speaking of her baby girl, the mum said: "She hadn't started rolling without assistance or much speed yet. Read more on parenting WATER BABIES Urgent warning to any parents taking their kids swimming in the heatwaveKNOW THE SIGNS I’m a first aider - here’s the baby vomiting red flags you must not ignore “But...
    An Ohio teenager who was beaten to death in a brawl outside of the LeBron James-founded I Promise School in Akron, Ohio, suffered a skull fracture and had the imprint of a shoe on his chest, according to a report. Ethan Liming, 17, was beaten to death in the parking lot of the school adjacent to the basketball court on June 2. Liming’s cause of death was listed as blunt force trauma. LeBron James tweeted his condolences to Liming’s family at the time: Our condolences goes out to the family who lost a loved one!! My the heavens above watch over you during this tragedy! Pray for our community! ???????? https://t.co/bpq5qsoNfO — LeBron James (@KingJames) June 3, 2022 The brawl which ultimately claimed Liming’s life began after he and three other friends fired a water pistol at another group of four youths as they were playing basketball. A fight ensued, and Liming was killed. The medical examiner’s report listed only one broken bone in Liming’s body. However, the feature was to the occipital bone, which protects the brain and specifically...
    Dodgers right-hander Trevor Bauer has filed a defamation lawsuit against the sports site known as The Athletic and former MLB reporter Molly Knight for excluding pieces of information from sexual assault charges made against him last year. Central to Bauer’s suit is the claim that Knight and the Athletic withheld medical records of Bauer’s accuser, which showed that the woman did not have an “acute” skull fracture. Instead, Bauer’s suit alleges, Knight and The Athletic helped “[spread] the false narrative” that Bauer had fractured her skull. The woman accused Bauer of choking and punching her during sex. The Athletic issued the following update on their article about Bauer, stating “the woman was initially diagnosed with signs of a basilar skull fracture, a subsequent CT scan found no acute fracture.” Bauer’s suit contends that The Athletic’s “false reporting led to a proliferation of articles and tweets referencing a nonexistent skull fracture.” Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer (Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images) Despite having to make a significant update to their story, a spokesperson for The Athletic told the Hill that they feel “confident” in their reporting...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer sued The Athletic and former reporter Molly Knight on Tuesday, accusing them of “creating and spreading the false narrative” that he had fractured a woman’s skull during a sexual encounter. The 26-page complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against The Athletic Media Co. and Knight, alleges two counts of defamation. A woman obatined a protection order against Bauer under California’s Domestic Violence Prevention Act last June as the result of an alleged assault that left the woman with “severe physical and emotional pain,” said Marc Garelick, the woman’s attorney. Los Angeles prosecutors said in February they decided not to charge Bauer, determining there was insufficient evidence to win a conviction. The Athletic reported last June 30 that “there were signs of a basilar skull fracture,” citing a declaration by the woman. The lawsuit says “CT scan results included in the medical records attached to the complainant’s declaration and possessed by The Athletic definitively concluded that she had ‘no acute fracture.’” Athletic spokesman Taylor Patterson said in an...
    A 10-month-old baby was left with a skull fracture after an LAPD officer tackled his father to the ground last month following a hit-and-run crash and pursuit, and police are reviewing the use of force, authorities said this week. The incident began around 11:21 p.m. Feb. 11 as gang enforcement officers with the Los Angeles Police Department’s Newton Division were finishing a traffic stop near 55th Street and Long Beach Avenue, said Capt. Stacy Spell, a police spokesman. The officers saw a silver Jeep Wrangler with tinted windows being driven erratically and moved toward the SUV to monitor it, Spell said. The Jeep’s driver, later identified as 25-year-old Los Angeles resident Josue Huerta, “became involved in a significant traffic collision with a large flatbed truck,” the captain said. Officers approached the crash site, but Huerta drove away, beginning an 11-minute chase, Spell said. California New limits on ‘pretextual stops’ by LAPD officers approved, riling police union Los Angeles police officers may no longer use minor code violations to conduct “pretextual stops” unless they...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An internal investigation has been launched into the skull injury suffered by an infant who was with its father during a police pursuit, crash, and takedown by an LAPD officer. Moore told the Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday that officers had tried to stop a silver Jeep Wrangler at about 11:20 p.m. Friday when they saw it “driving erratically while the driver was shouting out something that was unintelligible.” READ MORE: LA City Council Votes To Name Boyle Heights Street For Vicente FernándezJose Hureta, 25, was allegedly driving the vehicle, which crashed into a large flatbed truck and drove away. He then stopped and tried to run away on foot, Moore said. An officer ran after him and “used body weight to conduct a takedown on a grass lawn,” Moore said. The officer didn’t realize until afterward that Hureta was holding his 10-month-old infant, who appeared uninjured and was taken to a hospital for “a precautionary evaluation.” READ MORE: ViacomCBS Announces New Company Name: ParamountDoctors discovered the infant had a fractured skull, but Moore said...
    RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (KABC) -- Two daycare workers in the Inland Empire are facing charges for what allegedly happened to an infant in their care.Rudie Maldonado, 29, and Felicia Ferra, 50, who work at Kiddie Academy in Rancho Cucamonga were arrested for child abuse and conspiracy charges.Police were called to the Loma Linda University Medical Center on Sept. 4, 2021 for an 8-month-old boy who had suffered a skull fracture, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.The baby boy attended Kiddie Academy and had been under the care of both Maldonado and Ferra.Both suspects were arrested for conspiring to conceal the baby's injuries and neglect of his well-being.Maldonado's bail was set at $100,000, and she bailed out. After an arrest warrant was issued for Ferra, she turned herself in at West Valley Detention Center, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said in a statement.Police believe there may be more victims and urge the public to contact authorities with any information regarding this investigation.
    RANCHO CUCAMONGA (CBSLA) — Two employees of a Rancho Cucamonga childcare facility have been arrested on suspicion of child abuse in the death of an 8-month-old baby. (credit: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department) READ MORE: Advance, Online Reservations Required To Visit Los Angeles Zoo Starting SaturdayRudie Megan Maldonado, 29, of San Bernardino, was arrested Wednesday, while 50-year-old Felicia Ann Ferra of Yorba Linda was taken into custody Thursday, according to San Bernardino County sheriff’s jail records. Both women have been freed on bail, and a court date has not yet been scheduled for them. The two were arrested following an investigation into the injury of an eight-month-old baby boy who was admitted to Loma Linda University Medical Center’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit on Sept. 4, 2021 with a skull fracture. READ MORE: 4 With Gang Affiliations Federally Charged In Connection To Murder Of LAPD OfficerThe baby boy had attended the Kiddie Academy, 7220 Victoria Park Lane, in Rancho Cucamonga. Authorities say investigators determined the two women had conspired to conceal the boy’s injuries and neglect of his well-being....
    A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER died after an alleged altercation with a nurse left her with a fractured skull and a bleed on the brain. Carol Smith, 77, was taken to hospital in Attleboro, Massachusetts after suffering a fall at her home on July 30. 3Carol Smith was admitted to hospital in Massachusetts after suffering a fallCredit: SWNS 3Her life support was switched off after she suffered a bleed on the brainCredit: SWNS Her daughter Jennifer Shannon, 50, claimed she had no major injuries when she was admitted to hospital. She claims that she got a phone call from a doctor days later who said Carol had injured herself after she "fell during an altercation with a nurse". Carol was reportedly covered in cuts, had a swollen face, and was left misshapen skull. The 77-year-old’s life support was switched off after a bleed on the brain became too serious for surgery. Jennifer said: “I was in shock and horror over how catastrophic her injuries were.” She alleged: “The doctor called and said she got into an altercation with a nurse, and...
    08/18/2021 at 12:39 PM CEST The Mexican attacker of the Wolverhampton, Raul Jimenez, insisted that he never thought to leave football after returning from the serious head injury he suffered in November 2020. The forward of the ‘Wolves’ returned to dispute a party of the Premier League during against Leicester on the first day, the first after the terrible horrible blow he suffered in a clash with David Luiz, Arsenal center-back. “I always thought that after my recovery I would go back to doing what I love & rdquor;Jiménez said after the return. “I never thought of finishing my degree. There was a possibility of that, but I was always confident that he was going to come back. “ I waited almost 9 months for this moment, to return to racing and today I am back. A result that leaves a bad taste in our mouth I waited almost 9 months for this moment, waited to compete again and I’m back. Not the result we wanted but this is gonna help us to grow...
    08/16/2021 at 6:54 PM CEST The Kaiserlautern of the German Third Division he faced Viktoria Berlin last Sunday. The confrontation was hard, not only for having lost four to zero, if not for the scare that they took with Felix Gotze, brother of Mario Gotze. The midfielder, who acted in the game as a winger, suffered a mishap when colliding with a partner, causing him a strong head damage for which he had to be substituted in the 74th minute of the game, at which point they were 3-0 on the scoreboard. Later he had to be transferred to the hospital, where he received medical treatment. Felix is ​​still in the hospital. A small fissure in the skull has been diagnosed. The club has issued a statement this Monday: “He is no longer in the intensive care unit and will probably be able to leave the hospital tomorrow.” The midfielder has followed in the footsteps of his brother Mario and has passed through the quarry of Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. He...
    Dylan Redwine  Dylan Redwine suffered a skull fracture above his left eye and was cut with a sharp tool around the time he died, a forensic anthropologist testified Thursday during the murder trial for Mark Redwine, who is accused of killing his 13-year-old son in November 2012. Forensic anthropologist Diane France discovered two marks on Dylan’s skull that were likely caused by a knife or sharp tool around the time of death, she testified, going over photos of the damage in painstaking detail with the jury. Redwine, 59, is charged with second-degree murder and child abuse in Dylan’s death. Prosecutors have argued he killed his son in a fit of rage during a confrontation about photos that show Redwine eating feces, and have said Redwine hid the boy’s body in a rugged area on Middle Mountain not far from his Vallecito home. Redwine’s defense attorneys have suggested the boy left home and was fatally attacked by a wild animal. The boy’s bones and the partial skull — which were recovered in 2013, 2014 and 2015 — had obviously been scavenged...
    A man in Cumberland County has died from a skull fracture sustained while cutting down trees, according to the York County coroner. Craig Metzger, 59 of Gardner, has died four days after he was hit by a tree limb at his home in the 200 block of Peach Glen Round. His official cause of death is subdural hematoma from a skull fracture. The manner of death has been ruled accidental. 
    A MUM has told of how her eight-week-old baby was taken away from her for months over tiny bruises and a 'misdiagnosed' skull fracture. The 30-year-old mother, of Cardiff, said her little one was removed from her care for almost three months amid a bungled child abuse probe. 1A mum was parted from her baby for almost three months after the little one was misdiagnosed with a 'deliberate' skill fractureCredit: Adrian Sherratt The family were unable to spend the baby's first Christmas with him - and went 27 days without any contact at all, The Times reports. Officials began investigating after small bruises were found on the tot's shins during his eight-week health check. The mum, who was worked with vulnerable children, told her GP she caused the bruises by gripping her baby's legs too tightly during a messy nappy change. Despite that, the baby was sent for a full child protection medical examination, which included 501 x-ray images and an MRI scan of his head. And after two days of tests, medics said they had found a fracture -...
    Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid with DWI on Friday. Prosecutor Jeans Peter Baker announced the charges, which stemmed from a car crash that occurred on Feb. 4 and left a 5-year-old child seriously injured, in a press release. Britt Reid charged with DWI in crash that seriously injured 5-year-old girl. https://t.co/6jdIkqskS2 — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 12, 2021 “A police investigation of the crash determined that Reid was driving a truck that was traveling nearly 84 mph just 1.9 seconds before the crash,” the press release stated. “A test of his blood serum after the crash showed his blood alcohol concentration to be at .113. (RELATED: REPORT: Chiefs’ Britt Reid No Longer With The Team Following Crash Involving Children) “The 5-year-old injured in the crash, according to medical records, suffered severe traumatic brain injury, a parietal fracture, brain contusions and subdural hematomas,” the release added. A KSHB report at the time said that Britt told police he had had two to three drinks and that he also took prescription Adderall. Britt is...
    WOLVES striker Raul Jimenez could be blocked from representing Mexico at the Olympic Games later this year if he fails to return from his skull fracture before the end of the season. Jimenez was involved in a nasty clash of heads with Arsenal's David Luiz back in November, a collision which left him with the serious injury. 3Jimenez was left with a fractured skull after his horror collision with LuizCredit: AFP 3Jimenez is back in training but is having to wear a protective headbandCredit: Getty The 29-year-old returned to training for Wolves in February, but remains unable to engage in any sessions which involve physical contact and is having to wear a protective headband throughout. But while there is no clear return date for his club, Mexico boss Gerardo Martino revealed last week he was hopeful Jimenez would be eligible for selection for the Tokyo Games. However, Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo does not see it the same way. "The moment it is clear he can play for Wolves then anything can happen but, first, he must play for us,"...
    A 1-month-old girl died after she was found unconscious in her Bronx apartment, suffering a skull fracture, cops said. Responding cops found Hanniel Darkwah unconscious and unresponsive inside the apartment on Gerard Avenue near East 165th Street in Concourse after her mother called 911 around 3 p.m. Wednesday, authorities said. EMS rushed her to BronxCare Health System, where she was pronounced dead. Authorities initially reported that there were no obvious signs of trauma, but later confirmed that the baby had suffered a skull fracture. Hanniel’s mother, 35, is being interviewed by investigators, cops said. No arrests have been made, and the circumstances of the child’s death were not immediately clear.
    A 1-month-old girl died after she was found unconscious in her Bronx apartment, suffering a skull fracture, cops said. Responding cops found Hanniel Darkwah unconscious and unresponsive inside the apartment on Gerard Avenue near East 165th Street in Concourse after her mother called 911 around 3 p.m. Wednesday, authorities said. EMS rushed her to BronxCare Health System, where she was pronounced dead. Authorities initially reported that there were no obvious signs of trauma, but later confirmed that the baby had suffered a skull fracture. Hanniel’s mother, 35, is being interviewed by investigators, cops said. No arrests have been made, and the circumstances of the child’s death were not immediately clear. Filed under babies ,  deaths ,  the bronx ,  3/18/21
    . La Jornada newspaperFriday, February 19, 2021, p. a11 London. Wolverhampton forward Raúl Jiménez of Mexico returned to training after recovering from surgery for a skull fracture, but his return to the team will not be rushed, coach Nuno Espírito Santo said. The tricolor was taken to hospital after a head clash with Arsenal defender David Luiz during a game in November. The club was initially not optimistic about Jiménez’s return to action this season. He is training, most of the sessions are individual. He has been able to integrate into some parts of training, such as technical drills, so he is improving, Nuno said ahead of Friday’s game against Leeds United. It is evolving very well, we must be very careful, but we remain positive. We are missing him, although we know he is going in the right direction, he added. The Wolves have struggled without Jimenez, but have improved in recent weeks with seven points from three games to rank 12th, two behind Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds. Bielsa is, without a doubt, one of the greatest coaches,...
    RAUL JIMENEZ is training with 'good intensity' as he continues his rehabilitation from a skull fracture. Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo also hailed the latest 'amazing results' the striker received from his consultant. 4Raul Jimenez is training with 'good intensity' as he rehabs after his skull fractureCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Nuno Espirito Santo hailed the 'amazing results' from a medical consultantCredit: Getty Images - Getty The Wolves striker underwent emergency surgery on a fractured skull following a sickening clash with Arsenal's David Luiz two months ago. But the 29-year-old is back in the gym and his manager is thrilled with his progress. Nuno said: "He is doing good. He had a consultation and the results are amazing. "So, gradually he will progress. It's too soon yet to predict an exact point. "He's working by himself, but with a good intensity in his training sessions, so we're really positive and delighted with how he is doing." Jimenez started light fitness training just weeks after the horror injury and he appears to be making remarkable progress. With the Mexican's...
    James Demetrion, museum director who transformed the Hirshhorn, dies at 90 Trump sees the writing on the wall despite what he maintains publicly about the election, advisers say Wolves, Mexico star Raul Jimenez statement after skull fracture, surgery The soccer world held its collective breath when Wolves striker Raul Jimenez was stretchered off the pitch following a horrifying head-to-head collision with Arsenal’s David Luiz on Sunday. © Photo by Visionhaus Jimenez, the 29-year-old Mexican national team star, was given oxygen in a grisly incident that left him motionless on the turf early in Wolves’ 2-1 win over the Gunners. He underwent surgery after suffering a fractured skull and was said to be “comfortable” in a London hospital after the operation. [ MORE: Tight VAR call decides West Ham – Villa ] Jimenez issued a short statement on his Twitter account late Monday, saying: “Thanks for your support messages. I will be under observation and I hope to return to the pitch soon.” Wolves center back Conor Coady had dedicated the win to Jimenez, saying the club had him on...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci says its crunch time for vaccine development How the Hamptons got even bougier in summer 2020 Nevada LB James Fotofili victim of road-rage hit-and-run, suffered skull fracture There was scary-sounding news coming out of the Nevada football program this past weekend.  Fortunately, though, it appears this story is ticketed for a happy ending. © Getty Images Linebacker James Fotofili, the Wolf Pack confirmed, was seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident in Sacramento last week.  According to a statement from the Nevada football team, the junior “suffered a skull fracture as a result of the incident and has been hospitalized.” Sunday, Fotofili underwent surgery to reduce swelling in his brain. The good news? “According to his family, the procedure went well and James is on his way to a full recovery,” the program wrote in its statement. How long Fotofili will remain hospitalized is unclear.  It’s also unclear at which point he’ll be able to resume football-related activities. According to a GoFundMe page set up to help offset Fotopili’s medical bills, the Nevada football player was the...
    RUGBY league star Sia Soliola has shared a gruesome X-ray image of his skull fracture. The Canberra Raiders' star was rushed to hospital after a clash of heads with Dragons Prop Bake Lawrie. 2The 33-year-old is expected to be out of action for a minimum of six to eight weeks Scans confirmed he had suffered a facial fracture during the win over St George Illawarra Dragons. And the 6ft 1in powerhouse updated fans on his condition as she shared a snap of the x-ray. Alongside the image, he joked: "At least my teeth are in tact." Canberra team-mate Nick Cotric commented: "Speedy recovery." Australian rugby ace Christian Lealiifano said: "Hope you're ok man. "Speedy recovery. Still got your modelling career intact." 2Sia Soliola shared the snaps with his 19,000 Instagram followers Most read in Rugby LeagueCRACKERSEx-Napoli flop Matuzalem says he failed at club as he could not stop eating CHEESEWEIGHT A MINUTETyson ballooned to 27st after retiring, partying & becoming Hollywood starWHAT THE TRUCK?Billionaire Mayweather drives £22,000 truck every day to be 'low key'BIT OF TATTyson's six...
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A 75-year-old protester who struck his head on pavement after being shoved back by police remained hospitalized Tuesday with a fractured skull, his attorney said. Martin Gugino’s lawyer has told media outlets in recent days that he had not yet been able to walk. Attorney Kelly Zarcone said in an email Tuesday there was no change in his condition and that she expects only gradual improvement. Two Buffalo police officers have been charged with second-degree assault after a widely shared video captured Gugino falling to the ground after being pushed on June 4. He was seen bleeding from his head as officers walked away. The officers, who could face prison sentences of up to seven years if convicted, have pleaded not guilty. The video is one of several that have emerged in recent weeks showing police using seemingly excessive force against protesters. The Buffalo-area retiree has been described by friends as a veteran peace activist driven by his Catholic faith and a desire for social justice. President Donald Trump soon after claimed on...
    Martin Gugino suffered a skull fracture and still can't walk, according to his lawyers The 75-year-old peace activist who was filmed being pushed to the ground by Buffalo police during a Black Lives Matter protest has a skull fracture and can't walk, his lawyer has said.  Martin Gugino was filmed being shoved over by cops in Buffalo and lying on the ground in pain while blood streamed from his head earlier this month.  He had not aggravated the officers and was instead protesting peacefully.  On Tuesday, his attorney told CNN that he had a skull fracture and still had not recovered fully.  'I am not at liberty to elaborate at this time other than to confirm that his skull was fractured.  'While he is not able to walk yet, we were able to have a short conversation before he became too tired. 'He is appreciative of all of the concern about him but he is still focused on the issues rather than himself,' Gugino’s attorney Kelly Zarcone told CNN.  Gugino was violently pushed by Buffalo cops earlier this month...
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