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    The WWE presented a belt to a Connecticut police officer who was shot while responding to an incident that killed two of his fellow officers. Bristol Police Officer Alec Iurato was shot in the leg while responding to an incident on Redstone Hill Road in Bristol at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 12. A suspect fatally shot Sgt. Dustin DeMonte, age 35, and Officer Alex Hamzy, age 34, authorities said.  Police reported that Iurato called for backup while injured he was injured and fired the shot that killed the suspect. On Wednesday, Nov. 30, the Bristol Police Department reported that the WWE visited the Hartford XL Center recently and presented Iurato with his own belt. "The WWE has been not only been a great support to our heroes LT. Dustin Demonte & SGT. Alex Hamzy's families, but also the Bristol Connecticut Police Department," the police department said. "Thank you for your Support!!! We appreciate YOU!" Earlier report - Surviving Officer Shot In Double-Fatal CT Incident Graduated From Yorktown HS
    Jared Kushner sheds new light on Kim Kardashian's work with Donald Trump's administration in his forthcoming memoir. In Breaking History: A White House Memoir, the 41-year-old businessman goes into detail about when the mogul, also 41, fought for clemency for Alice Johnson. An excerpt obtained by People revealed that Kardashian first got in touch with his wife, Ivanka Trump, about the case in 2017. New information: Jared Kushner sheds new light on Kim Kardashian's work with the Trump administration in his forthcoming memoir; Kim visited the White House to discuss criminal justice reform in 2019 From there, Kushner explained that he was drawn to help out once he learned about the nonviolent offender. 'She’d become an ordained minister, completed multiple vocational certifications, mentored fellow inmates, and maintained a spotless behavioral record,' he wrote. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian poses in a see-through wet T-shirt and tiny... Kylie Jenner shows off her curves while draped in a flowing... Kim Kardashian's daughter North takes fashion notes from her... Kim Kardashian, 41, reveals she had...
    Prince Charles 'will never again handle large cash donations' to his charities after he was presented with €3m stuffed into bags from a former Qatari prime minister, a Buckingham Palace source has said. The Prince of Wales faced criticism after being presented with cash - reportedly totalling three million euros and some of it in a suitcase - between 2011 and 2015. The Sunday Times said the heir to the throne personally accepted the donations for his charity the Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund (PWCF) from Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim who was prime minister of Qatar between 2007 and 2013. A royal source insisted on Wednesday that the future king operates on advice and such incidents have not happened in the past half decade and would not happen again. Campaign group Republic had demanded full disclosure over the matter, describing the events as 'shocking' and saying it raised 'serious questions about Prince Charles's judgment' amid other accusations of cash-for-honours. The royal source said: 'It was passed immediately to his charities and it was his charities who decided to accept the...
    The Supreme Court ruled to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision Friday morning and some of the research used in this decision was 'wrongly interpreted.' The claim comes from Giandomenico Iannetti, a pain expert at the University College London, who accused US lawyers of misusing his work on the brain to support their anti-abortion stance The claim comes from Giandomenico Iannetti, a pain expert at the University College London, who accused US lawyers of misusing his work on the brain to support their anti-abortion stance. Iannetti's work focuses on pain in the brain, specifically how the brain responds to pain, and his 2010 research was 'misinterpreted' in a study paper on fetal pain published in the Journal of Medical Ethics in 2020 by Dr. Stuart Derbyshire, a British associate professor of psychology at the National University of Singapore. Derbyshire's paper claims recent evidence suggests the cerebral cortex, the region responsible for high-level processes, is not needed to feel pain – and he cites Iannetti's brain research to support the theory. The cerebral cortex does not develop in the...
    IS there anything worse than others passing judgement on your parenting skills? Maya, who is from the US and posts under the acronym @oh.my.maya, took to TikTok and shared a video where she can be seen enjoying a meal in a restaurant with her partner and their son. 2Maya, who is from the US, was enjoying a meal out with her family when a stranger came up to her and passed judgement on her food choicesCredit: tiktok 2Maya was criticised for letting her young son try a chip - and was instead advised to order him a jacket potatoCredit: tiktok However, the family's evening was soon ruined by a stranger who decided to offer her unwanted opinion on the food they'd ordered for their young child. In the clip, Maya explains: "We were out for dinner tonight or the second time ever as a family." A lady sitting nearby told us we should have ordered a plain baked potato for him instead of fries." We were so excited to let our son try his first French fry and she...
    A Marilyn Monroe expert says that Kim Kardashian was presented with fake locks of the late showbiz legend's hair by Ripley’s Believe it Or Not! Orlando, Florida museum. Scott Fortner, who runs the website TheMarilynMonroeCollection.com, took to Instagram on Friday with a detailed post questioning the authenticity of the historical memento Ripley’s presented Kardashian, 41, with ahead of her outing to last week's Met Gala. At the event, Kardashian made headlines in donning (on loan from the museum) a Jean Louis gown Monroe famously wore to President John F. Kennedy’s birthday bash in 1962. 'I thought to myself, what would I have done for the American theme if it had not been the Balenciaga look?' Kardashian told Anthony. 'What’s the most American thing you can think of? And that’s Marilyn Monroe.' Kardashian revealed on the red carpet that she shed 16 pounds in a three-week span after she didn't initially fit into the garment, which had been on display at Orlando, Florida's Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum. 'When it didn’t fit me I wanted to cry because it can’t be...
    PRINCESS DIANA showed her cheeky side with a boob birthday cake for Prince William when he turned 13. Her eldest son was mortified by the saucy gift that she presented to him as he became a teenager. 2Princess Diana bought a cheeky birthday present for William when he became a teenagerCredit: Getty - Contributor The family's former chef Darren McGrady explained that he came into work one day only to find the buxom bake. Speaking to Hello! magazine, he said: "I came into work that morning and went down to the refrigerator, opened the door and I was just confronted with the biggest pair of boobs I've ever seen in my life. "The Princess had ordered a boobs cake for William's 13th birthday. William just went bright-red." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED According to the chef, Princess Diana was often playful with her boys. He said: "The Princess loved embarrassing people in the nicest way, in a fun way, whether it was telling a dirty, risqué joke – which usually got me." On one...
    Three lawmakers testified Thursday about their previous abortion procedures to the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Thursday, as Democrats sound the alarm over anti-abortion state laws.  Reps. Barbara LeeBarbara Jean LeeThree Democrats to share their abortion stories ahead of hearing Cori Bush to give her personal story on rape, abortion: 'I am not ashamed' Overnight Defense & National Security — Presented by AM General — The Quad confab MORE (D-Calif.), Cori BushCori BushThree Democrats to share their abortion stories ahead of hearing Cori Bush to give her personal story on rape, abortion: 'I am not ashamed' Greene heckles Democrats and they fire back on Capitol steps MORE (D-Mo.) and Pramila JayapalPramila JayapalThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Alibaba - To vote or not? Pelosi faces infrastructure decision Sanders, Manchin, Sinema fight proxy war in the House Manchin says he could back reconciliation bill this year MORE (D-Wash.) all detailed how they reached their decisions to get abortions years ago, saying they hoped their narratives would help destigmatize the procedure that has been immersed in controversy for decades.  In...
    AN HR adviser was SACKED for whingeing about only getting three chicken nuggets for lunch. Dissatisfied Steven Smith "stormed off" after he was handed a £1.99 portion in the office canteen, an employment tribunal heard. 1His claimed his colleagues were getting four or even five chicken nuggetsCredit: Getty - Contributor The tribunal concluded he was unfairly dismissed by his employer Teleperformance Limited as the matter was not investigated properly by bosses and will now be awarded £5,181.60. In September 2019 during a 12 hour shift, Mr Smith headed to the canteen and asked for chicken nuggets, chips, beans and cheese. As he saw only three pieces of meat put in a box for him, Mr Smith said "is that it?" and asked why his colleagues were given four or five, the canteen worker told the panel. When he queried why others were getting four or five nuggets, he said he felt "antagonised" when he was told he could get three more for an extra 99p. The dismayed 30-year-old "advised" the dinner lady he was not a "kid" before telling her...
    Messi was greeted like a hero. Photo: Sameer Al-Doumy / . / . Like a new gem in Paris. That’s how it went presented Lionel Messi by PSG. This Tuesday the dream came true for the Parisian team that welcomed their new signing as a hero. His presentation is from a movie. Throughout the day, PSG published a series of short clips to generate intrigue about the arrival of the Argentine legend. After hours of waiting, the club finally made it happen. The video is a high quality short film: a drone takes charge of giving us a walk through the changing rooms of the Parc des Princes, home of PSG, as well as a brief trip to Paris. Then it is time for the Olympic tour of the stadium, which allows us to see the Red carpet with which Messi was received. And of course, the end shows us the protagonist who generated such a display: Lionel messi. There is a particularity in the closure: Messi’s number change. You will no longer use...
     Presented by Facebook  via GIPHY   NEWS THIS MORNING Yeppp, probably not the best look:  According to a Washington Post report yesterday, CNN anchor Chris CuomoChris CuomoChris Cuomo advised brother Andrew Cuomo on handling sexual misconduct allegations Cuomo investigation includes priority virus testing for family, associates: report CNN's Lemon, Cuomo to host new podcast MORE helped his brother, New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoChris Cuomo advised brother Andrew Cuomo on handling sexual misconduct allegations New York to reward vaccinations with lottery tickets Cuomo investigation includes priority virus testing for family, associates: report MORE (D) with how to handle his sexual harassment allegations. How so, from the Post report: “[Chris] Cuomo, one of the network’s top stars, joined a series of conference calls that included the Democratic governor, his top aide, his communications team, lawyers and a number of outside advisers … The cable news anchor encouraged his brother to take a defiant position and not to resign from the governor’s office, the people said. At one point, he used the phrase ‘cancel culture’ as a reason to hold firm in the face of the allegations,...
    Documentary ” Amgar Moroccan director Pachaib El Mesoudi won the award for Best Foreign Language Documentary at the London International Filmmakers Festival 2021 to 1919. Directed by Pachchip L Mesoud, The 60-minute documentary film “Amgar” (2020) deals with an aspect of the Moroccan cultural heritage, embodied by the character of Amgar (Sage), who plays different roles in resolving many issues and conflicts between citizens, especially on economic and social levels, the director explains. The documentary depicts the daily lives of different types of people and the philosophy of coexistence between them, referring to El Mesoudi as asking for the wisdom of the honest, righteous and virtuous man “Amgar”. By drawing attention to Amgar’s movements and meetings and talking with him on his travels, the director shows the role played by this person selected by the committee, ensuring that the team manages its affairs well and guarantees its synchronization. The film challenges the conditions under which any “Amkar” must carry out his mission effectively. The documentary, produced by Creativity for Audiovisual Production, participates with seven other films in...
    The Central Bank claims to Díaz and Forti US $ 450 million that, it says, did not settle for the export of grains ROSARIO.- The grain exporting company Diaz & Forti, which operated a plant of Vicentin, it was presented at a call for creditors after it was suspended to operate at the request of the Central Bank, which informed the Ministry of Agriculture that it had not liquidated exports for some 450 million dollars. This firm belongs to the so-called Olio Group, a holding company that grew in investments in the refrigeration sector in the last three years. After Vicentin fell into default in December 2019, this business group began operating in May the plant that the agro-exporter, a native of Avellaneda, owns in San Lorenzo, 30 kilometers from Rosario. The income from the fasón jobs served Vicentin to pay part of the salaries of the 800 workers at that terminal. Company sources pointed to THE NATION that they do not have debts with producers who delivered their grains for export. The strategy aims for the funds for export...
    Distrust over the death of Camila Peñalva made his family demand that the Jujuy justice system investigate the woman’s death as a femicide, and move forward with the arrest and indictment of her ex-partner, Roberto Quipildor, as defendant for the crime that occurred on March 5, 2020 in the Jujuy town of Huacalera. « We have achieved the imputation of Quipildor, for which we have been fighting since we presented the report of our expert on the part, which ruled out a bronchoaspiration due to drunkenness, which was initially determined, » he confirmed to . Mariana vargas, a lawyer for Camila’s family. The change of cover it was achieved thanks to a medical meeting held on December 23, in which the expert in charge of the autopsy presented « photos that he had never contributed to the file », in addition to adding a report that « came surprisingly », which indicated that Camila had traces of a pesticide, « concluding that the asphyxia was caused by poisoning, » explained Vargas. Until then the Jujuy justice expert had argued that Peñalva, 25, had died intoxicated by alcohol consumption....
    New York : The Colombian Selection already has a new DT. Is about Reinaldo Rueda, who until a few hours ago was still officially linked to the bench of the Chilean Selection. For several weeks the rumor about the departure of the “Profe” from La Roja and his possible incorporation to the Cafetera was running strong, which today is a reality, since the morning of this Thursday he was announced as the new coach of Colombia. “Welcome Profe! Reinaldo Rueda is the new Technical Director of the Colombian Senior Men’s National Team. Many successes in this new era leading everyone’s team ”, was published from the official account of the national team. Welcome Profe! @ReinaldoRuedaDT is the new Technical Director of the Colombian Senior Men’s National Team Many successes in this new era leading everyone’s team ???????? ???? https://t.co/bJTlLsUvaE#Colombia ???????? pic.twitter.com/nJVIOcEEaC – Colombia Selection (@FCFSeleccionCol) January 14, 2021 Rueda was champion in 2001 with the Colombian team in the Toulón Esperanzas Tournament and was in command of the National Team in three friendly matches, getting a draw against...
    He may be unwelcome at Buckingham Palace now, but there was a time when The Crown creator and writer Peter Morgan could pop in and share a joke with the heir to the throne. Mr Morgan met Prince Charles four years ago when the scriptwriter was presented with a CBE for his services to drama after being named in the Queen’s New Year Honours list. Fortunately the ceremony in February 2016 at the Palace was before The Crown made its debut on Netflix later that year.  Mr Morgan met Prince Charles four years ago when the scriptwriter was presented with a CBE for his services to drama after being named in the Queen’s New Year Honours list (pictured) Mr Morgan, who also wrote the hit 2006 film The Queen starring Helen Mirren, gave an account just a year ago of his brief encounter with Prince Charles. In comments published in The New York Times, he recalled being ushered into the Palace ballroom, where Prince Charles, flanked by an equerry, was handing out the medals. ‘So you’re a scriptwriter?’ the...
    (CNN)Two grand jurors who heard the Kentucky Attorney General's Office presentation of the Breonna Taylor case say prosecutors were dismissive of their questions and that there was an "uproar" when jurors realized Louisville police officers wouldn't be charged with Taylor's death.The grand jurors -- who are choosing to remain anonymous, citing security concerns -- spoke to journalists by phone Wednesday evening along with their attorney, Kevin Glogower, and community activist Christopher 2X. They spoke about how their service on the Taylor case was unlike dozens of other cases they heard throughout their month of service."Was justice was done? No, I feel that there was there's quite a bit more that could have been done or should have been presented for us to deliberate on," Grand Juror 1, a White male, told reporters on the call. A timeline of Breonna Taylors case since police broke down her door and shot herJefferson County Circuit Court Judge Annie O'Connell earlier this month allowed grand jurors to speak about their service after Grand Juror 1 filed court documents suggesting public comments by Kentucky Attorney...
    An anonymous grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case has revealed that the jury was never given an opportunity to deliberate homicide charges against the police officers involved in the raid that killed her, because Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron never presented them. The juror released an explosive statement on Tuesday, issued by lawyer Kevin Glogower, after a judge granted their request to speak publicly about the court proceedings. As CNN observed, this case is a rare exception, as grand juries are usually intended to remain secret. The 26-year-old Taylor was fatally shot the night of March 13 by Louisville Metro Police Department officers who broke down her apartment door during a botched drug raid. None of the officers involved were charged with her death, but Brett Hankison was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment for putting Taylor’s neighbors at risk. The anonymous juror called the trial a “learning experience.” “The grand jury was not presented any charges other than the three Wanton Endangerment charges against [ex-police officer Brett] Hankison. The grand jury did not have homicide offenses explained...
    Benjamin Crump, the civil rights attorney representing the family of Breonna Taylor, demanded a full accounting of the evidence involved in the Jefferson County grand jury’s decision on her police shooting death. Crump joined The View on Thursday after blasting the lack of direct charges Brett Hankison and his Louisville Metro Police Department colleagues face in connection with Taylor’s death. In light of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron stating that the officers were justified in their use of force in the Taylor apartment search, Crump wanted to know what Cameron evidence presented to the grand jury during their deliberations on the case. Did he present any evidence on behalf of Breonna Taylor? Because, if he didn’t, then he unilaterally put his finger on the scale of justice and made sure that these police officers were exonerated and that Breonna Taylor wouldn’t get due process, that she wouldn’t get justice. So we are demanding that he release the transcript of the grand jury proceedings since he talked about transparency. Well, let us see what was presented to yield these unbelievable...
    On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Cuomo Primetime,” Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT), who was briefed on the intelligence about Russian bounties on U.S. soldiers, stated that the intelligence “isn’t something that just popped up in the last few weeks or the last few months. Some of this intel actually goes back for several years.” And that “Nancy Pelosi had this presented to her as well, in much the same format. So did Adam Schiff. All of us did.” Stewart said, “The truth is, is that we don’t know. Could Russia have done that? Absolutely. … Do we know they did that? We just don’t know yet. Which is why the president and other senior leadership haven’t acted or done anything on this yet. Because, once again, Chris, we just don’t know. We’re trying to find out for sure. But this is something that goes back a long time too. This isn’t something that just popped up in the last few weeks or the last few months. Some of this intel actually goes back for several years.” He later added that the president...
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