Texas court offers posthumous pardon for murdered police officer George Floyd

October 5, 2021

The story of the murder of African American George Floyd in American Minneapolis on May 25, 2020 caused a public outcry, which escalated into riots across the country, — reports profile.ru Mass protests, the Black Lives Matter movement against racism and police arbitrariness, pogroms and clashes with law enforcement agencies swept across the country after the incident when police officer Derek Shovin knocked Floyd's neck down during his arrest for…

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Vaccinated with Sputnik V vaccine will be blocked from entering the United States

September 29, 2021

citizens. In particular, people vaccinated with vaccines that are not approved by WHO or the FDA will not be allowed into the territory of the States. The Russian drug & # 34; Sputnik V & # 34; belongs to them. Read today in the magazine USA.ONE : Foreigners vaccinated with & # 34; Sputnik V & # 34; Why is this happening and what vaccines are recognized in America? Vaccinated…

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In Texas, abortion was banned after the 6th week. Biden promised to take action

September 4, 2021

In Texas, USA, a law has come into force according to which women are not allowed to have an abortion after 6 weeks of pregnancy. He has already begun to act. What do the Americans and the President of the country think about this? Read today in USA.ONE : Texas banned abortion after 6 weeks Comment by Joe Biden. Restriction of abortion law has come into force in Texas The…

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Seven Capitol cops sue Trump and ultra-right groups

August 27, 2021

B Thursday, seven U.S. 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 January 6 Capitol riots. The civil lawsuit alleges that Trump, acting together with groups such as The Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers, engaged in acts of domestic terrorism aimed at illegally keeping him in power despite his defeat in the…

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The court upheld the death sentence of the shooter who killed 9 people in the Church of Charleston

August 26, 2021

A federal appeals court upheld the death sentence of Dylan Roof, a white man convicted of the mass shooting of black members of Emanuel's African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Roof, 27, tried to appeal his conviction to the 4th US Court of Appeals, which concluded that even the most careful analysis of laws and precedents cannot convey the horror of what Roof did. “His crimes deserve the…

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OnlyFans Drops Plans To Ban Porn After Critics

August 25, 2021

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 “has provided the guarantees necessary to support our diverse community authors «, implying that I have entered into new agreements with banks to disburse funds to OnlyFans content creators, including those who share…

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The kid from the famous Nirvana album sues the band

August 25, 2021

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

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Proud Boys leader sentenced to more than 5 months in prison

August 25, 2021

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

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In California, teachers will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19

August 23, 2021

California Governor Gavin Newsom will announce on Wednesday that teachers and other school workers will either be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing. A new directive that Newsom is due on Wednesday will make California the first state in the country to implements similar rules. Sources told CNN that they will take effect in mid-October. School districts in San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Long Beach have…

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Dominion Voting Systems Filed 3 Lawsuits For $ 1.6 Billion For Charging Trump Supporters Of Election Fraud

August 23, 2021

On Tuesday morning, Dominion Voting Systems filed three $ 1.6 billion defamation suits against two Trump-backed media networks and a supporter of the ex-president. This is the latest in a series of lawsuits by the company against those it says falsely accused it of rigging the 2020 elections. Complaints were filed against Newsmax and One America News Network, as well as former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, who openly supports the…

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