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TROOPERS SAY A JEEP CROSSED THE CENTER LINE AND CRASHED INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE. TWO PEOPLE WERE AIRLIFTED TO WAKE FOREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER. AN AMBULANCE TOOK AT THIRD PERSON TO A HOSPITAL IN CONCORD.
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FBI seeking victims of alleged serial predator A Lakeway man faces more than 500 years in federal prison. He’s indicted for producing, distributing and possessing child pornography.
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Sometimes it is the quiet, elusive ones who come back to haunt you. And for ex-special prosecutor Robert Mueller, one of those might be a Russian billionaire named Oleg Deripaska. The oligarch who once controlled Russia’s largest aluminum empire has been an international man of intrigue in the now-completed and disproven Trump collusion investigation.
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Body found in London garden fell from Heathrow-bound plane WPECA stowaway fell from the undercarriage of a jet as it approached Heathrow Airport after a 9-hour flight from Nairobi, landing in a south London garden, police and …
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by NORML July 2, 2019 On Wednesday, July 10th, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security will hold a hearing entitled “Marijuana Laws in America: Racial Justice and the Need for Reform” to discuss pathways forward as the Congress prepares for a substantial shift in public policy.
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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (88 sites): www.washingtontimes.com stories: Security: Timeline: ‘Sewing Circle’ to murder case against Navy SEAL

The case against Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, a sniper and medic accused of stabbing to death a wounded Islamic State fighter, caused fissures in the normally cohesive and secretive community of Navy SEALS, some of the world’s best trained soldiers who often are called on for the most difficult … www.washingtontimes.com stories: Security 1. … Continue reading “1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (88 sites): www.washingtontimes.com stories: Security: Timeline: ‘Sewing Circle’ to murder case against Navy SEAL”

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‘Deliberate Process’: Florida Law Tries to Roll Back Widely Approved Ex-Felon Suffrage Amendment  Sputnik UK

Under a bill signed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Friday, former felons in the state will have to pay financial penalties connected to their sentences …

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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (88 sites): Eurasia Review: Malaysia: Assembly Bill Reforms Fall Short, Says HRW

Proposed revisions to Malaysia’s law on peaceful assembly fall short of meeting international human rights standards, Human Rights Watch said. The government should further revise the bill amending the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 before submitting it for a parliamentary vote.

On July 1, 2019, a government bill to amend the Peaceful Assembly Act
received its first reading in Parliament. The bill would make some
positive changes, eliminating language banning all protests in which
participants march from one location to another. It would also reduce
the required notice period from 10 to 7 days, though this still falls
short of international standards that call for a maximum of 48 hours.

“While permitting street protests and shortening the notice period are steps in the right direction, the proposed revisions don’t address many fundamental problems with the law,” said Linda Lakhdhir, Asia legal adviser. “The bill still discourages peaceful assembly rather than facilitates this basic right.”

No one should be criminally prosecuted for
organizing or participating in a peaceful assembly. Yet the proposed
amendments fail to eliminate the various criminal penalties provided in
the Peaceful Assembly Act. Moreover, the law still does not provide any
exceptions to the notice requirement when it is impractical for the
organizers to comply, as international standards require.

The bill should be revised to remove all criminal penalties for
peaceful assembly. The law currently permits prosecution of those who
organize an assembly without giving the required notice, non-citizens
who organize or participate in an assembly, children who participate in
an assembly, anyone who brings or permits a child to attend an assembly,
anyone under 21 who organizes an assembly, and anyone who violates any
restrictions or conditions imposed on the proposed assembly by the
police.

While the proposed amendments would authorize the police to impose a
non-criminal financial penalty rather than formally prosecuting a
violator, exercise of that option would require the public prosecutor’s
written consent. Giving prosecutors discretion means it would still be
possible for peaceful protesters to be prosecuted.

The continued prohibition on participation by children violates
children’s right to freedom of assembly – a right expressly recognized
in the Convention on the Rights of the Child,
which Malaysia ratified in 1995. The prohibition on those under 21 from
organizing assemblies would appear to contradict the government’s
recent commitment to empower youth by reducing the voting age from 21 to 18. Similarly, the restriction on participation by non-citizens is contrary to international legal standards that make clear that non-citizens have a right to peacefully assemble.

Malaysia has made significant progress in its treatment of peaceful
protests since the Bersih rallies calling for free and fair elections in
2011 and 2012, which were met with excessive and unnecessary force by
the police.

“Malaysia’s current government came into office promising to abolish
all draconian provisions of the Peaceful Assembly Act and earn global
respect for the country’s human rights record,” Lakhdhir said. “To
achieve this, the government needs to revise the assembly bill to remove
all criminal penalties, allow spontaneous protests, and permit children
and non-citizens to peacefully protest without fear of prosecution.”

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The Global Security News: Trump digital operations from Michael_Novakhov (3 sites): “social media in trump campaign” – Google News: At border, grim realities of crisis collide with 2020 campaign politics – Washington Post

At border, grim realities of crisis collide with 2020 campaign politics  Washington Post

Outrage at border enforcement is exploding at the moment when the crisis is beginning to subside.

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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (88 sites): Eurasia Review: Putin Says ‘Great Loss’ Death Of 14 Sailors In Fire Aboard Russian Deep Submersible

In a first public statement about the fatal incident on board of a Russian deep sea research vehicle, President Vladimir Putin said that it’s a “great loss,” adding that 2 heroes of Russia and 7 high-ranking officers were killed.

“It is not an ordinary vessel, it is a research vessel,” the president said while meeting with the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu in the wake of the tragedy.

Putin referred to the vessel’s crew as “highly qualified professionals” and called the deaths of 14 sailors a “great loss for Russia and our fleet.”

He specified that two of those who died in the fire on board the research vessel were previously awarded the nation’s highest honorary title – the Hero of Russia – while seven were navy officers in the rank of ‘captain 1st class’ (Russian equivalent to NATO OF-5/US O-6 captain rank).

Putin ordered Shoigu to personally travel to Severomorsk, where the
research vessel is currently stationed, to oversee the investigation and
to report to him upon return.

On Monday, a Russian Navy’s deep
sea research vessel caught fire during a planned operation aimed at
exploring the seabed in the Russian territorial waters. 

The
Russian Investigative Committee launched an investigation into the
incident. The Russian Navy also initiated its own probe led by the Navy
head, Nikolay Evmenov. The cause of the fire remains unknown so far.

Meanwhile,
the director of the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority,
Per Strand, told Reuters citing unnamed Russian officials that the fire
on board of the Russian vessel was allegedly caused by a gas explosion.
He added that his agency did not detect any abnormal levels of radiation
following the incident. 

The Russian Defense Ministry promptly
dismissed the report by Reuters as it said that it did not inform any
Norwegian officials about the incident.

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Reuters Video: Top News: Navy SEAL acquitted of murder in war crimes trial

U.S. Navy SEAL platoon leader Edward Gallagher, charged with committing war crimes in Iraq, was acquitted by a military jury on Tuesday of murder and all other counts except for unlawfully posing with the corpse of a captive Islamic State fighter. Jillian Kitchener has more.

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The FBI has confirmed that an investigation has been launched after three members of Super Happy Fun America, the organization behind Boston’s upcoming Straight Pride Parade, were sent glitter-filled envelopes in the mail this week.
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Trump administration drops citizenship question from 2020 census WNWO NBC 24The Trump administration says the 2020 Census questionnaire is moving ahead without a question about citizenship.
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“For all his long life, His Holiness has opposed the objectification of women, has supported women and their rights and celebrated the growing international consensus in support of gender equality and respect for women,” the statement from the Dalai Lama’s office said.
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“The fact that migrants can be subjected to such conditions, such torture, such deliberate torture, is a symptom, a consequence of the culture of deliberate contempt that starts at the top with our president,” Nadler said.
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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: Nets GM Marks makes all the right moves

“If you build it, he will come,” is the line from the 1989 cinema classic “Field of Dreams” that spurred Kevin Costner’s character to build a ballpark in the middle of an Iowa cornfield in the hopes of somehow reconnecting with his deceased father.

Nets general manager Sean Marks didn’t need a whispered voice from above to drive him toward building a foundation that ultimately landed him two superstar free agents this past weekend.

He knew all along that if he built it properly, they would come.

“People are going to want to play here,” Marks noted during the team’s season-ending presser at the HSS Training Center in Sunset Park in late April.

“They’re going to want to play for [head coach] Kenny [Atkinson]. They’re going to want to play in Brooklyn. They’re going to play for this ownership group. And I think we have a lot of things going for us.”

The man wasn’t lying.

The architect of Brooklyn’s “Blueprint for Greatness: Part Two” made the Nets attractive enough to lure both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant to Downtown’s Barclays Center for the next four years in the hopes of finally getting the long-beleaguered franchise its first-ever NBA title.

Though neither signing can be announced officially until Saturday, as per the league’s self-imposed embargo on free-agent deals, Nets fans are already clamoring for their K.D. and Kyrie jerseys.

And dreaming of a championship parade down Flatbush Avenue.

Marks, who took over a team that led the NBA in losses three seasons ago, hired Atkinson to run his squad, picked up players no one else wanted (Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris Levert), put his faith in an enigmatic point guard (D’Angelo Russell) and made the most of his draft picks (Jarrett Allen and Rodions Kurucs).

The Nets went from an NBA-worst 20-62 in Atkinson’s first year to 42-40 this past season, winning their playoff opener before losing four in a row to a better-constructed Philadelphia 76ers team in the first round.

It was a season of hope and one to build on going forward, with or without Durant and Irving.

But as evidenced by NBA championship teams of the past, it is extremely difficult to be more than an also-ran in the playoffs without one, if not two, marquee players on the roster.

So, Marks spent three-plus years following the “patient approach” he was charged with by co-owners Mikhail Prokhorov and Joseph Tsai.

He charged Atkinson, a noted player-development guru, with the duty of getting the most out of Russell, coming off his first All-Star campaign, Joe Harris, one of the league’s most lethal long-range shooters, and Dinwiddie and LeVert, arguably the best one-two tandem off any NBA bench.

Marks also implemented one of the most widely admired player-performance programs in the league and a medical staff that is second to none.

Durant had his torn Achilles, suffered during Game 5 of Golden State’s eventual NBA Finals loss to Toronto last month, mended by Nets team orthopedist Martin O’Malley at New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery.

Marks didn’t do all this to help Brooklyn return to the playoffs for the first time in four years or enjoy its first winning campaign in half a decade, both of which were accomplished last season.

He did it so players like Durant, a two-time Finals MVP, and Irving, an NBA champion in Cleveland alongside LeBron James four years ago, would see Brooklyn as a potential landing spot in free agency, despite the allure of Madison Square Garden just across the East River and Los Angeles’ Staples Center.

Marks made the corners of Atlantic and Flatbush avenues the place to be for big-time NBA basketball for the foreseeable future, denying the Knicks a shot at landing perhaps the biggest free-agent windfall in either team’s history to date.

And he isn’t done yet.

General manager Sean Marks and head coach Kenny Atkinson spent three years building the Nets into an attractive site for big-time NBA free agents. They landed Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on Sunday, making their plan a major success. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
General manager Sean Marks and head coach Kenny Atkinson spent three years building the Nets into an attractive site for big-time NBA free agents. They landed Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on Sunday, making their plan a major success. AP Photo/Kathy Willens

On Monday, Marks worked with Durant and Irving to bring in another key piece to this ongoing construction project, hulking center DeAndre Jordan, who spent the tail end of his past season with the Knicks, but will now be used to help Allen handle the likes of Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid in the paint.

Of course, Russell was the casualty of this massive shopping spree, but he wound up benefitting from it as well, landing with the defending Western Conference champion Warriors at the reported price of $117 million over four years.

Marks orchestrated the sign-and-trade swap, grabbing a protected first-round pick from Golden State in the process.

It may go down as the greatest bit of general managing over one extended weekend in the history of the sport.

But now comes the difficult part.

Durant is likely to miss this coming season while recovering from his devastating injury while Irving, a South Orange, N.J. native who admittedly always wanted to be a Net, has had his problems dealing with organizations, coaches and even teammates in his previous two stops in Cleveland and Boston.

By adding these two players, the Nets just went from the little engine that could to the big, bad machine that should win an NBA title.

There is no doubting that Brooklyn is atop the New York City basketball landscape and that it has instantly morphed into a must-see team, both here at Barclays, which was home to the NBA’s lowest attendance a season ago, and on the road.

Jersey sales will skyrocket, the team’s valuation will soar and there’ll be 17,000-plus fans in full throat coming to see them every night, not to mention all the additional national TV games they will be featured on after years of being an afterthought on the NBA landscape.

Despite leaping over the Knicks and most of the Eastern Conference at approximately 6 p.m. EDT on Sunday evening, Durant, Irving and the rest of these new-look Nets haven’t won a single game on the hardwood yet.

Now, they are charged with delivering our fair borough’s first major professional sports championship since the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers finally got over the hump against the dreaded Yankees.

Marks built it, Irving and Durant came, and now the rest of us will sit back and watch as the Nets pursue the one thing that has eluded their grasp since leaving the ABA back in 1976.

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The relationship between its two leads may have been the heart of the show, but the character of Dana Scully by herself was also groundbreaking. Portrayed as an equal to her partner, Scully is whip-smart, completely rational, and ready to debunk some of Mulder’s crazier theories with logic and science.
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WICHITA, Kan. — Kansas drivers can no longer be charged with a crime for refusing a field sobriety test under a new state law. The Wichita Eagle reported that a change in state law that took effect Monday means police can’t ticket suspected drivers for not taking the test, but refusal to comply comes with a yearlong license suspension — the same as the longest suspension for failing a breathalyzer or blood test.
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Catholic archdiocese sues insurers over future abuse claims WPECNEW YORK (AP) — The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York has sued more than two dozen insurance companies, seeking to compel them to cover …
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Jack Evans struggled Tuesday to convince his D.C. Council colleagues that he should keep his powerful role as Finance Committee chairman. Days after resigning from the Metro Board due to ethics issues, and less than two weeks after federal agents raided his home, Jack Evans struggled Tuesday to convince his D.C.
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In his July 2 column for USA Today, former federal prosecutor Michael J. Stern describes a pattern in which President Donald Trump — with the help of Attorney General William Barr — has gone about trying to bully and intimate any U.S.
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One way to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest while still being able to participate in the public markets is to set up a qualified blind trust, an arrangement where a trustee makes financial decisions for a fund that are not disclosed to the owner.
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Congressional Dems says Title VII “makes clear” anti-LGBT discrimination is unlawful. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key)A group of 151 congressional Democrats — 113 House members and 38 senators — have signed a legal brief insisting Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 “makes clear that workplace discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation or gender identity is unlawful.”
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WASHINGTON The UN special rapporteur for extrajudicial killings on Tuesday called for a moratorium on selling surveillance technology to Saudi Arabia over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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EVANSTON, IL — An Evanston man has been accused of carrying out a string of armed robberies in the north suburbs while on supervised release following his conviction on federal counterfeiting charges.
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NEW YORK — Luis Alvarez, a former NYPD detective and 9/11 first responder, will be laid to rest Wednesday. Luis Alvare, a former NYPD detective and 9/11 first responder, died Saturday, following a battle with cancer blamed on 9/11-related illnesses.
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