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17 Jul 19
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Image caption Carl Beech denies 12 counts of perverting the course of justice and one of fraud

A man accused of inventing a VIP paedophile ring lies as habitually as someone having a cup of tea every morning, a court has heard.

Carl Beech, 51, is on trial over claims he was a victim of an alleged paedophile network made up of high-profile figures from politics, the military and intelligence agencies.

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17 Jul 19
Russia News Now

As Theresa May prepares to vacate Downing Street, Britain has never appeared so broken, fragmented and rudderless. In London, long held up as one of the world’s major capital cities – a beacon of multiculturalism, dynamism, enterprise and opportunity – death stalks the streets and alleys of its vast sprawling housing estates. Gang warfare has […]

17 Jul 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1744149-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1744149-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1744149-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1744149-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) While Clark County commissioners approved 40 supplemental positions for two understaffed jails Tuesday, Commissioner Justin Jones indicated his future support for more hires will be tied to the Metropolitan Police Department answering his questions about its role in immigration detention. “Look, as we speak, (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents are raiding people’s houses,” Jones told two high-ranking Metro officials. “ICE agents are holding people in cages at the direction of, frankly, a president who has weaponized an organization.” Metro recently decided to continue its agreement with ICE, he added, deputizing jail-based officers to act as immigration agents and “I have issues with that.” He called immigration detention “of critical importance to our community here.” Earlier this year, Sheriff Joe Lombardo said he directed corrections officers in December to stop using immigration holds on undocumented immigrants who have low-level traffic bench warrants “because it was the right thing to do when I did it.” Jones, who rejected any notion he did not support public safety, said he has asked the department for details about ICE detentions at the Clark County Detention Center and North Valley Complex, which Metro operates and the county funds. Yet he said the department’s lawyers and top officials have not offered answers. Metro Assistant Sheriff Charles Hank told Jones on Tuesday the department is “more than willing” to supply him and the commission with whatever information they seek. Jones’ remarks came as the county deliberated on adding 189 new positions throughout the county at a cost of $16 million. Forty new detention positions will cost $3.9 million. For years, a shortage of corrections officers in Las Vegas Valley detention centers have increased overtime and diverted money that otherwise could be spent on more officers in jails and on the streets, county officials said during a budget presentation earlier this year. Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick said staff shortages were prominent when she joined the board in January 2017, adding that she would “own this one” because earlier promises from the commission to add corrections officers were unfulfilled because of financial restrictions. “It’s the least of what we owe them from the last two years that we told them to put a plan in place,” she said about the 40 positions. Meanwhile, Hank told the board that the department would continue to focus on collaboration and efficiency. “Within the jail, the vision and pillars of what we do are safety of staff, security of facility and well-being of inmates,” he said. Contact Shea Johnson at sjohnson@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0272. Follow @Shea_LVRJ on Twitter.
17 Jul 19
The Night Watchman

London has fallen: crime destroys capital. Published time: 16 Jul, 2019 14:21Edited time: 16 Jul, 2019 14:45. RT As Theresa May prepares to vacate Downing Street, Britain has never appeared so broken, fragmented and rudderless. In London, long held up as one of the world’s major capital cities – a beacon of multiculturalism, dynamism, enterprise […]

17 Jul 19
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17 Jul 19
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17 Jul 19
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LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — The following is a press release from the Lubbock Police Department:  The Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit is searching for 20-year-old Hassan N. Abdurahman in connection to the murder of 67-year-old, Larry Fawver on July 13, 2019.  Through the investigation, detectives were able to identify Abdurahman as a suspect and an arrest warrant for murder was secured this afternoon. Abdurahman is believed to have ties to the Grand Prairie and possibly the Lubbock area.  On July 13th at approximately 6:20 p.m., the Lubbock Police Department received multiple calls reporting shots fired in the 5600 block of 122nd Street. Officers located Fawver and he was pronounced deceased at the scene. In less than 12 hours after the fatal shooting investigators arrested 19-year-old Felix Joseph Alonzo. This case remains under investigation by the Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit. Investigators urge anyone with information on Abdurahman to call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward. (This is a press release from LPD) RELATED STORY: LPD: Arrest made in fatal shooting Saturday evening
17 Jul 19
WISHTV.com
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A new test of body cameras has begun for Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Testing began Sunday and will run 45 days. IMPD said the trial run will help gather data to help the department and the community come up with a plan for implementing a long-term body camera plan. Officers with the department’s busiest districts will wear the cameras during the trial run. East District Commander Jerry Leary said, “For me, the way I would look at it as an officer, it gives an unbiased view of what happened. The camera just records it. It has no perception. It has no agenda.” IMPD said it anticipates deployment of a body camera program may cost from $2 million-$3 million per year. That cost includes the lease of the equipment as well as cloud storage of audio and video data. City officials have said if the testing period goes as planned, officers could be outfitted with body cameras by the end of 2019 or in early 2020.  Police in several Indiana communities — including the Indianapolis enclaves of Lawrence and Southport, and the cities of Carmel, Fishers and South Bend — already use body cameras. RELATED: ‘When it’s recorded, that’s what happened’: Carmel police get body cameras | Fishers police officers prepare to use body cameras
17 Jul 19
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