Prominent Long Island laryngotorinologist tried to trade drugs for intimate services

October 21, 2020

A legislator and respected doctor from Long Island, New York, was arrested after allegedly offering a woman drugs in exchange for sexual favors. According to law enforcement officials, Dr. William Spencer was arrested in the parking lot behind the Goodwill store in Elwood on Tuesday afternoon. The man was in a car belonging to Suffolk County at the time of his arrest. Officials said Spencer was waiting in the parking…

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Human rights defenders cannot find parents of 545 children separated from their families at the US border

October 21, 2020

According to a court statement, lawyers were unable to contact the parents of 545 children who were separated from their families at the US border between 2017 and 2018. During this period, hundreds of parents were deported without their children. To date, the Justice Department and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) continue their efforts to reunite families separated by the Trump administration following the introduction of a zero-tolerance policy….

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Rapper arrested for welfare fraud after writing a song about it

October 19, 2020

Federal authorities have exposed an alleged fraudulent scheme through which rapper Nuke Bizzle raised more than $ 1 million after he released a song about getting rich through unemployment benefits. The California hip-hop artist is accused of illegally receiving benefits under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, according to NBC Los Angeles. According to the affidavit, the rapper — whose real name is Fontrell Antonio Baines — used…

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The billionaire orchestrated the largest tax evasion scheme in US history. He received $ 2 billion.

October 16, 2020

Robert Brockman, a Houston, Texas-based billionaire and CEO of a software company, was accused of receiving $ 2 billion through tax evasion, asset hiding and money laundering. The case is the largest of its kind in the United States, according to federal prosecutors. Brockman, 79, has been charged with 39 counts of conspiracy and fraud. They span a 20-year period: according to the indictment, Brockman founded companies in the Virgin…

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Former Idaho governor nominee arrested for murdering a girl in 1984

October 15, 2020

According to authorities, an Idaho man who ran for governor several years ago was arrested for the 1984 murder of a 12-year-old girl. According to detectives, Stephen Pankey kidnapped Jonelle Matthews from her home in Greeley, Colorado on the night of December 20, 1984, after which he shot the girl in the head and hid the body. Then, in an attempt to secure an alibi, he organized a «spontaneous» family…

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The 16th birthday party ended with 30 new cases of coronavirus and a $ 12,000 fine.

October 15, 2020

An illegal 16th birthday party near New York City has become a hotbed of the spread of the coronavirus — triggering more than 30 new cases. The party (called Sweet 16) took place on September 25 at the Miller Place Inn on Long Island — about 65 miles east of Manhattan. According to Suffolk County authorities, about 81 people attended. The party violated state health regulations that prohibit any mass…

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Ukraine deported two American neo-Nazis

October 9, 2020

According to the security service, Ukraine has deported two members of the neo-Nazi American group Atomwaffen Division (AWD). The men tried to set up a local squad and join the Azov battalion for real combat experience. According to the Security Service of Ukraine, foreign citizens arrived in the country to recruit local residents into the ranks of extremists. They were engaged in illegal activities in Kiev, Kharkov and Lvov. The…

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A brave girl offered to swap places with a classmate, protecting her from a pedophile teacher

October 9, 2020

A brave nine-year-old girl offered to swap places with her 10-year-old classmate to protect her from the harassment of an alleged pedophile teacher. James Loganbill, 58, who worked at a primary school in Olata, Kansas, took 210 photographs and 31 videos of the girl during class. According to investigators, after that he also used the footage for criminal purposes. The man's behavior became known after the injured child's classmates noticed…

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New Jersey postman arrested after throwing out nearly 100 ballots

October 8, 2020

A New Jersey postman was arrested after throwing away hundreds of letters — including nearly a hundred ballots sent by voters who voted by mail. According to the prosecutor, 26-year-old Nicholas Boshen, whose route included Orange and West Orange, allegedly dumped 1,875 letters in dumpsters on October 2 and 5. Among them there were 99 ballots addressed to the DEC. The discarded mail was returned back to the delivery system…

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Prison staff accused of abuse after making inmates listen to Baby Shark

October 7, 2020

Two former prison officers and their warden were charged with mistreatment after it was revealed that they forced inmates to listen to the song «Baby Shark» on repeat as punishment. Gregory Cornell Butler Jr., 21, Christian Charles Miles, 21, and Christopher Raymond Hendershott, 50, are accused of conspiracy and ill-treatment of at least 4 prisoners. According to authorities, the «inhuman» incidents occurred in November and December last year in the…

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