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that are causing the problems as opposed to the actions of his family and entourage. This helps them. Good to talk with you, thanks for joining us. Sorry we have to cut it short but we have to head to a jury viewed. --.
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Four men who allegedly raped a teenage girl in flat above a takeaway in Ramsgate will soon learn their fate as the jury has begun deliberations on their cases. Restaurant owner Tamin Rahani, 37, of Northwood Road, Ramsgate, Shershah Muslimyar, 20, of Hovenden Close, Canterbury, Rafiullah Hamidy, 24, of no fixed abode, and a teenager who cannot be named for legal reasons, all deny three charges of rape. As reported over the course of the four-week trial at Canterbury Crown Court, workers at...
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Ukraine has become a second home for award-winning U.S independent filmmaker Chad Gracia, director of the “Russian Woodpecker.” The movie, a documentary about a Ukrainian victim of the Chornobyl nuclear disaster, won the World Cinema Documentary Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015. After working in Ukraine, the director decided to buy a land plot and build a house in Kyiv Oblast. The deal is still pending, but but he explained to the Kyiv Post why he chose a rural setting. Clever investment Gracia said there are many reasons to buy a land plot in Kyiv Oblast: fresh air, peace and quiet, proximity to the city and the wonderful beauty of the countryside. “My first step will be to build a cozy cottage, and then I’ll invite friends from abroad during the summer to enjoy the outdoors, campfires, and fresh milk and vegetables from the local babushkas,” Gracia said.
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leg injuries in the blast but the lives are not to believe to be in danger it's not clear what type of device caused the explosion he was appointed Prime Minister in November 2011 and which political and economic turmoil and saved import until May 2012 from a TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted of a series of historical sex offences against schoolboys the abuse against the youngsters in his care happened during trips to Scotland a reporter Linda Sinclair has more the 67 year old to have been on trial at Lanark Sheriff Court had denied the allegations but a jury found him guilty of indecently assaulting 17 age boys abuse took place during camping and boating trips in the 1970s and 1980s when he was a biology teacher at the school in the Manchester area it's real hair Gillingham.
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in July 2015. The man in the herd is 29-year-old Zahid Hussain. The jury was told he made repeated visits to a section of the West Coast Main line as it passes through the Alan Rock area of damning. Days later, he clambers.
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Former ITV presenter, 67, found guilty of sexual offences against seven boys on trips to Scotland when he was a teacher The former TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted of a series of historical sexual offences against boys during trips to Scotland when he was a teacher in the 1970s and 1980s. A jury found the 67-year-old guilty of indecently assaulting seven teenage boys on the camping and boating trips while he was a biology teacher at a school in the Manchester area. Continue reading...
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Jury will have two black and 10 white members as the trial begins next month.
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Politico
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There’s no evidence that Trump’s team considered an investigation into Ukrainian meddling, or acted on Manafort’s recommendations, though Trump did blast the dossier as “ fake newsgathered by “a group of opponents that got together — sick people — and they put that crap together.” A Manafort spokesman declined to comment for this story. But Manafort, a 68-year-old veteran of five U.S. presidential elections and many overseas campaigns , has emerged as a focal point in the escalating investigations. His representatives say he is cooperating with investigators. This month, he voluntarily provided documents to the Senate intelligence committee, while also offering to be interviewed by the House and Senate intelligence committees. Meanwhile, a federal grand jury empaneled as part of the FBI’s investigation reportedly has issued a subpoena for records related to Manafort, as well as Trump’s former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn.
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Our Liverpool jurors discuss qualifying for the top four and what must happen next at Anfield
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Bill Cosby will soon come face to face with a jury of his peers. A full panel of 12 jurors and six alternates was finalized Wednesday, after three days of jury selection in Pittsburgh. The jury is made up of four white women, six white men, one black woman and one black man. The alternates include four white men, one black woman and one black man. PHOTOS: ‘We Want To Seek Justice!’ Philly DA Vows To RevealTruthAbout Cosby Sex Assault Cosby, 79, is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand , a former basketball coach at Temple University, at his home in 2004. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges, and refused to address specifics of the case , when he briefly spoke with reporters after leaving court today. “I just want to be very specific about the wonderful people Allegheny County and I also want to also thank the sheriff's department, because they made everything very, very smooth here, he said.
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All 12 jurors and six alternates have been chosen for the Pennsylvania jury that will hear Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial.Two blacks are among the 12 people on the jury.
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"What happened to Michael Sabbie was cruel and beyond all bounds of human decency," Erik Heipt, the lawyer representing Sabbie's relatives, told AFP. The lawsuit by Sabbie's family comes three weeks after a jury in Wisconsin recommended criminal charges against seven prison guards over the death of an African-American inmate they allegedly deprived of water for seven days because they considered him too noisy. Heipt says the two similar cases reflect the cruelty of the country's penal system. Sabbie "was in acute respiratory distress and desperately needed medical attention," he said. "Instead of providing it to him, they ignored his medical needs, subjected him to excessive force and left him to die alone in a jail cell." "The desperation in is voice is palpable," Heipt added. "He's struggling to breathe and begging for help. The callousness and indifference in their response is shocking.
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