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Anti-Abortion Activists Who Secretly Filmed Planned Parenthood Charged With Felonies

(LOS ANGELES) — California prosecutors on Tuesday charged two anti-abortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood with 15 felonies, saying they invaded the privacy of medical providers by filming without consent. 461 more words

Yates Expected To Testify Before House Intelligence Committee

I previously discussed the dubious decision taken by former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates to order the entire Justice Department to stand down and not to assist the president in the defense of his first executive order on immigration. 980 more words

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Dallas Woman Found Guilty In Buttocks Injection Trial

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DALLAS (1080 KRLD) – A Dallas jury convicted a woman involved in a bizarre ‘butt injection’ scheme of murder late Tuesday morning. 103 more words

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Deportation of Islamic terrorist delayed by courts

The deportation of a convicted Islamic terrorist has been temporarily halted after the Supreme Court granted him leave to appeal.

The High Court had cleared the way for his deportation last Friday after hearing evidence the man raised money for jihadists and was a follower of al-Qa’ida. 271 more words

Witnesses give evidence in murder trial of 69-year-old Nancy Smith

By Fiona Cooney

Witnesses gave evidence in Court today against John Joe Malone, accused of the murder of 69-year-old Nancy Smith in 1987, claiming he was seen arguing with Mrs Smith the night she was killed and that he said he pushed her and she banged her head. 393 more words

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This Woman Is Suing President Trump for Defamation. His Lawyer Says He Can’t Be Sued While in Office

Donald Trump is making a big legal move that may shape his presidency over the next four years. In New York Supreme Court, his longtime lawyer Marc Kasowitz looks to throw up a roadblock to a defamation lawsuit filed by Summer Zervos, who appeared on season five of… 579 more words