Seven Capitol cops sue Trump and far-right groups

January 27, 2022

Thursday, seven US Capitol police officers filed a lawsuit against former President Trump, Trump ally Roger Stone, and members of right-wing extremist groups over their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. The civil lawsuit alleges that Trump, acting in concert with groups such as The Proud Boys and Oath Keepers, engaged in acts of domestic terrorism designed to illegally keep him in power despite losing the 2020 election. The…

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OnlyFans scraps plans to ban porn content after criticism

January 27, 2022

OnlyFans has abandoned plans to ban pornographic content — less than a week after the UK-based content maker site announced the change, citing the need to comply with banking partner policies. On Wednesday, the company said it had “provided the assurance needed to support our diverse community creators», implying that it has entered into new agreements with banks to pay funds to OnlyFans content creators: including those who share sexually…

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Court upholds death sentence for shooter who killed 9 people in Charleston church

/> A federal appeals court upheld the death sentence of Dylan Roof: a white man convicted of the mass shooting of black members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Roof, 27, sought to appeal his conviction to the US Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, which concluded that even the most «thorough analysis of laws and precedent cannot convey the horror of what Roof…

January 27, 2022
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The child from the famous Nirvana disc cover sues the band

January 27, 2022

Spencer Alden, Appearing naked as a baby on the cover of one of rock's most iconic albums, Nevermind, is suing Nirvana alleging he was sexually exploited as a child. In a lawsuit filed in California District Court against numerous parties, including the band's living members, Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love, and record companies that have released or distributed the album over the past three decades, Elden argues that the defendants…

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Proud Boys leader sentenced to over 5 months in prison

January 27, 2022

Far-right leader Proud Boys was sentenced to more than five months in prison Monday after admitting he burned a Black Lives Matter banner from a historic black church in Washington during a pro-Trump demonstration in December. Henry Tarrio, known to his followers as Enrique, was arrested on January 4 in Washington in connection with the December 12 incident. The Proud Boys and other groups staged a raucous rally downtown. The…

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Seven Capitol cops sue Trump and far-right groups

January 27, 2022

Thursday, seven US Capitol police officers filed a lawsuit against former President Trump, Trump ally Roger Stone, and members of right-wing extremist groups over their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. The civil lawsuit alleges that Trump, acting in concert with groups such as The Proud Boys and Oath Keepers, engaged in acts of domestic terrorism designed to illegally keep him in power despite losing the 2020 election. The…

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Court upholds death sentence for shooter who killed 9 people in Charleston church

/> A federal appeals court upheld the death sentence of Dylan Roof: a white man convicted of the mass shooting of black members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Roof, 27, sought to appeal his conviction to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, which concluded that even the most «thorough analysis of laws and precedent cannot convey the horror of what Roof…

January 27, 2022
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OnlyFans scraps plans to ban porn content after criticism

January 27, 2022

OnlyFans has abandoned plans to ban pornographic content — less than a week after the UK-based content maker site announced the change, citing the need to comply with banking partner policies. On Wednesday, the company said it had “provided the assurance needed to support our diverse community creators», implying that it has entered into new agreements with banks to pay funds to OnlyFans content creators: including those who share sexually…

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The child from the famous Nirvana disc cover sues the band

January 27, 2022

Spencer Alden, Appearing naked as a baby on the cover of one of rock's most iconic albums, Nevermind, is suing Nirvana alleging he was sexually exploited as a child. In a lawsuit filed in California District Court against numerous parties, including the band's living members, Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love, and record companies that have released or distributed the album over the past three decades, Elden argues that the defendants…

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Proud Boys leader sentenced to over 5 months in prison

January 27, 2022

Far-right leader Proud Boys was sentenced to more than five months in prison on Monday after admitting he burned a Black Lives Matter banner from a historic black church in Washington during a pro-Trump demonstration in December. Henry Tarrio, known to his followers as Enrique, was arrested on January 4 in Washington in connection with the December 12 incident. The Proud Boys and other groups staged a raucous rally downtown….

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