The family of the deceased children’s father demands to freeze the assets of Paddock

October 7, 2017

John Fippen native of California, who was killed during the shooting in Las Vegas, filed a lawsuit in a Nevada court to freeze the assets of arrow – Stephen Paddock. Family lawyer hopes that the relatives of other victims will join their lawsuit, reports NBC. The lawsuit aims to not allow the brother of Eric Paddock and friend Marylou of denli to get his money. The paddock was a successful…

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The ISIS supporters were planning a new «9/11» in new York

October 7, 2017

On Friday afternoon authorities announced that three people living outside the United States, planned to organize terrorist acts during the concert, on times square and in a crowded metro station in 2016. Supporters of ISIS themselves told the FBI agent working undercover, that they were hoping to get to new York terrorist attack, which would become «the next 9/11». The FBI stated that three men — Abdulrahman El-Bahnasawi, 19-year-old canadian…

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California officially became a state.

October 6, 2017

From the 1st of January, California will become the most peaceful place for illegal immigrants — Golden state will get the official status of the state of refuge. On Thursday, Governor Jerry brown signed the law, which will enter into force on the first day of 2018. Position # 54 of the takes the police the right to ask the immigration status of the people. At the moment, he has…

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Rifle Association of America will support the ban of moving butts

October 6, 2017

It seems that the mass murder in Las Vegas finally gave the government an excuse to seriously think about if not about the cancellation of arms licenses, then at least about the ban set on semi-automatic weapons of the so-called bump stocks or sliding buttsthat are practical to turn a legal weapon in a prohibited machines. This addition allows the shooter to fire almost continuouslywithout pressing every time the trigger…

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The mother was sentenced to a week imprisonment for refusing to vaccinate child

October 5, 2017

Rebecca Bredow from Detroit was sentenced to seven days in jail because she refused to timely vaccinate your child. Hearing, Bredow was held on Wednesday in the district court of Auckland, where judge Karen MacDonald took the decision to bring women to responsibility for contempt of court because she refused to obey his decree on compulsory vaccination of the child during the week. In court the mother of two said…

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New York will pay $ 12 million to the man who spent 25 years due to judicial error

October 5, 2017

In March 2016, the 51-year-old Andre Hatchett sued in new York, detectives and officers, stating that the error of the police investigation led to his imprisonment in a prison for 25 years for a crime he did not commit. The man insisted that he is innocent in the murder of 37-year-old woman in the Park Bedford Stuyvesant. Prosecutors in Brooklyn annulled the verdict Hatchett, arguing that in 1991, the man…

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The Russians, accused of money-laundering, extracted from Greece

October 5, 2017

On Wednesday, a Greek court ruled to extradite Alexander winnick, Russian cyber-criminal suspected of money laundering, the U.S. authorities who wanted him for fraud with bitcoin for a total amount of $ 4 billion. The panel of three judges decided to satisfy the request of the US authorities for the extradition of 37-year-old winnik, who was arrested by the joint forces of the Greek and American power structures July 25….

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In Congress voted for the law on the protection of the elderly

October 4, 2017

On Tuesday the house of representatives made a decision to give law enforcement more opportunities to the suppression of crimes against the elderly. The bill stipulates measures of protection from financial exploitation, fraud, physical and emotional abuse and neglect. Members of the house voted for the Law on prevention of mistreatment towards the elderly and their protection. The next stage – the signing into law by President Donald trump. «We…

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The United States voted against the UN resolution condemning the death penalty for homosexuality

October 4, 2017

USA became one of 13 countries that voted against the resolution of the United Nationscondemning the death penalty for homosexuality. Besides America a similar position was taken by China, Iraq, Botswana, Saudi Arabia, UAE and a number of Eastern countries. 27 States supported the resolution, 7 abstained from voting. The document applies not only to the death penalty for LGBT people. The resolution strongly condemned «the imposition of the death…

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Police: in new York fell again to the level of crime

October 4, 2017

On Tuesday, October 3, the police Department of new York reported that in September the level of serious crimes, subject to the statistical system was the lowest during the operation of the Compstat system. In the first month of autumn in new York recorded a record low number of serious crimes. This continues the overall downward trend in crime rate throughout the year. The report says that in September were…

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