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Man pleads guilty to bribing the ICE agent to deport his wife and daughter

A Portland, Oregon man pleaded guilty to bribing an agent of the Immigration and Customs Service (ICE). A Portland, Oregon man seeking to get rid of his estranged wife pleaded guilty to paying several thousand dollars to an American Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent on Tuesday To offer deportation An earlier relationship. 48-year-old Antonio Oswaldo Burgos claimed one of three …

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Hong Kong Occupy leaders do not plead guilty while demonstrators gather

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Three heads of state and government of Hong Kong's "Occupy" movement for 2014 did not plead in a crowded court in the Chinese-ruled city on Monday, when more than 100 demonstrators joined Support of the protesters united activists. (LR) The pro-democracy activists Chung Yiu-wa, Cheung Sau-yin, Lee Wing-tat, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai, Chan Kinman, Tanya Chan, …

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Last Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide, get life terms

The Khmer Rouge seeks to achieve an agrarian utopia by emptying the cities to establish vast rural communes. The crimes against humanity convictions at work camps and cooperatives established by the Khmer Rouge. These offenses included murder, extermination, deportation, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution on political, religious and racial grounds, attacks on human dignity, enforced disappearances, forced transfers, forced marriages and …

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Neonazipaar found guilty of being a member of a banned terrorist group British News

A "fanatical" neo-Nazi couple who named his son after Hitler was convicted of membership in a terrorist organization. Adam Thomas, 22, and Claudia Patatas, 38, were found guilty of being members of the United Nations National Right Action National Action, which was banned in 2016. A jury at the Birmingham Crown Court considered that the couple from Banbury, Oxfordshire, gave …

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Imelda Marcos arrested after guilty verdict by the Philippines

Image copyright TED ALJIBE A court up In the Philippines, former First Lady Imelda Marcos has been sentenced to prison for bribery. Imelda Marcos, 89, was the wife of the late President Ferdinand Marcos and famous for owning 1,000 pairs of shoes. [19659005] The charges relate to alleged illegal financial dealings with Swiss NGOs while they worked in the government …

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New York Port Authority Attack: Bomber found guilty

Image Copyright AFP / NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission Caption Arrived in 2011 in the US A Bangladeshi immigrant who dropped a makeshift bomb near a bustling New York City bus station was convicted of terrorism. Akayed Ullah, 28, detonated the bomb last December in the morning, causing severe burns, but only slightly injured five. The prosecution told investigators he …

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Farrah Abraham pleads guilty to resisting police in hotels

Share this story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Reality star Farrah Abraham pleads guilty to resisting the police in Beverly Hills Former "teen mom" star Farrah Abraham confess She pleaded guilty to the police on Friday when she resisted police in the Beverly Hills Hotel in June. Post to Facebook Sent! A link …

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Pittsburgh shoot does not suspect guilty

PITTSBURGH – The man accused of killing eleven people in a synagogue filed a lawsuit against his innocence, and his lawyers demanded a trial in federal court on Thursday (19659002), unless the case is for capital punishment busy. No trial date was set in the short trial. In the US and other countries, people mourned the eleven victims of a …

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