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Polis order again clarifies scope of state prosecutor’s investigation into Elijah McClain’s death

DENVER – Colorado Gov. Jared Polis issued another executive order Wednesday that again amends the scope of Attorney General Phil Weiser’s investigation into the actions surrounding Elijah McClain’s death after an amendment last month caused some people to think Weiser would not be able to prosecute law enforcement officers.

Under the original scope of the investigation, which was ordered in June, Weiser, who was appointed as state prosecutor, could investigate “any potential criminal activity by law enforcement officers or any other individuals that caused the death of Elijah McClain in Aurora Colorado in August 2019.

Polis’ Nov. 10 amended executive order changed the scope of the investigation to say Weiser could investigate “offenses arising from the August 24, 2019 encounter with Elijah McClain and/or his subsequent death, and, if deemed necessary, prosecute any persons for such offenses.”

Some took the change – including the removal of the words “law enforcement

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Former death row inmate dies in N.J. prison. ‘He died innocent,’ attorney says.

Nathaniel Harvey admitted to other crimes. He told authorities he committed the robberies and burglaries around Middlesex County in the 1980s that would put him behind bars for more than 60 years.

But there is one crime he never admitted he did. And he was willing to be executed rather than admit to it and accept a plea deal.

Harvey would maintain his innocence throughout his incarceration, but it will not be proven in court. He died last week in a New Jersey state prison at the age of 70, according to state prison records.

Authorities charged Harvey with murder for the grisly killing of Irene Schnaps, a 37-year-old woman who was found bludgeoned to death in 1985 in her Plainsboro apartment.

He was originally found guilty of the murder in 1989, but the conviction was repeatedly challenged. His case was set to go to a third trial in the

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US won’t seek death penalty in Planned Parenthood case

Federal prosecutors say they won’t seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing three people and injuring nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado in 2015

DENVER — Federal prosecutors said Wednesday they will not seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing three people and injuring nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado in 2015.

U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn submitted a one-sentence notice of the decision concerning Robert Dear that did not include any explanation of the reasons for it.

The move comes about a year after Dear was charged in federal court after his prosecution in state court stalled. He had been repeatedly deemed incompetent to stand trial. Dear, however, has insisted he is competent.

During his

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Steven Spielberg secures restraining order after receiving death threats | Celebrity news



Steven Spielberg secures restraining order after receiving death threats

Steven Spielberg has received a restraining order against a woman who has sent him death threats.

The ‘Ready Player One’ filmmaker took action against Sarah Char, who he alleged had been harassing him for several months and even threatened to murder him, causing him to fear for his safety, as well as that of his wife Kate Capshaw and the rest of their family.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, the 73-year-old director was told by law enforcement officers that the woman had tried to buy a gun in order to kill him, and claimed she has been arrested for criminal threats, harassment and stalking.

He also told how he’d received a message on Twitter from Char which read: “If I have to personally MURDER people for stealing my IPs‚ I WILL. Get me?”

The court granted Steven a temporary restraining order which requires the woman to stay at least

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Diego Maradona’s lawyer hits out at the ‘lonely’ and ‘unclear’ death of Argentina star

The lawyer Angelo Pisani is the man who saved Diego Armando Maradona from the clutches of the Italian tax authorities by giving the ‘Pibe de Oro’ the opportunity to return freely to Italy without the risk of having his earrings or Rolex torn off his wrist for tax evasion.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with MailOnline Pisani, still in shock, Pisani talks about the sad solitary death of one of the world’s greatest footballers and his former client.

Anger is clear in Pisani’s voice as he speaks about the event which has dominated headlines the world over this week, with football losing arguably its greatest ever player to step onto the field. 

Diego Maradona seen with his lawyer Angelo Pisani (right). Pisani, angered by the superstar’s death, feels Maradona should have been in Naples rather than his native Argentina

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Man sought in lawyer’s death on US Marshals fugitive list

NORTHBROOK, Ill. (AP) — A man sought in connection with a suburban Chicago lawyer’s 2016 strangulation death has been named one of the U.S. Marshals’ most-wanted fugitives.

There’s a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of 54-year-old John Panaligan, according to The Chicago Sun-Times. Authorities allege he strangled 36-year-old real estate attorney Victor Jigar Patel in his Northbrook office in 2016.

At the time, Patel had been representing plaintiffs suing Panaligan in civil court. Authorities allege Panaligan scheduled an appointment at the law office using an alias and allegedly wore a disguise.

The Marshals Service said Panaligan allegedly fled to Mexico before authorities could arrest him. In 2017, authorities believed he was in the Philippines, where he has family and owns property, but now “believe he could be anywhere.” Panaligan maintains dual citizenship in the U.S. and Philippines, according to authorities.

“This senseless crime took the life

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Officials raid home of Diego Maradona’s doctor, probe death as manslaughter case

Argentine investigators raided the home of Diego Maradona’s doctor on Sunday as they probe a possible case of involuntary manslaughter in the soccer legend’s death.

The blitz comes after Maradona’s lawyer last week called for a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of the 60-year-old former soccer phenom, who died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack, the Mirror reported Sunday.

Investigators converged on the home of the doctor, Leopoldo Luque, 33, around 8:40 a.m. Sunday and are expected to question him as they probe possible medical negligence in Maradona’s death, the outlet said.

“As Luque was Maradona’s personal physician the decision was taken to search his house and surgery (office) to look for documents that could determine whether, during Maradona’s treatment at home, there were any irregularities,” a law enforcement source told Argentina’s La Nacion.

The soccer star’s lawyer, Matias Moria, raised questions about his death Thursday.

“The

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Wajid Khan’s Wife Alleges Her In-Laws Pressurize Her To Convert To Islam Even After His Death



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Every story has two sides and one must not jump to conclusions by listening to one side of the story. Just a while ago, many people on the internet slammed Tanishq for its ad showing inter faith marriage where a Hindu girl is married in the Muslim family and together they were celebrating her godh-bharai.



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Tanishq faced so much flak that they had to pull down their ad. Post that, many celebrity actresses came out in support and spoke about their interfaith relationships as. For instance, Mini Mathur who’s married to filmmaker Kabir Khan, actor Zeeshan Ayyub’s wife Rasika Agshe and Richa Chadha who’s in relationship with Ali Fazal.

Now, there is another side to the story which points towards problems that occur in interfaith marriages. Late music composer Wajid Khan’s wife Kamalrukh, who is a Parsi, spoke about how her

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Maradona’s lawyer hits out at the ‘lonely’ and ‘unclear’ death of star



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The lawyer Angelo Pisani is the man who saved Diego Armando Maradona from the clutches of the Italian tax authorities by giving the ‘Pibe de Oro’ the opportunity to return freely to Italy without the risk of having his earrings or Rolex torn off his wrist for tax evasion.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with MailOnline Pisani, still in shock, Pisani talks about the sad solitary death of one of the world’s greatest footballers and his former client.

Anger is clear in Pisani’s voice as he speaks about the event which has dominated headlines the world over this week, with football losing arguably its greatest ever player to step onto the field. 



Diego Maradona, Angelo Pisani sitting next to a man in a suit and tie: Diego Maradona seen with his lawyer Angelo Pisani (right). Pisani, angered by the superstar's death, feels Maradona should have been in Naples rather than his native Argentina


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Diego Maradona seen with his lawyer Angelo Pisani (right). Pisani, angered by the superstar’s death, feels Maradona should have been in Naples rather than his native

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Diego Maradona’s lawyer demands investigation into ambulance response after his death

Diego Maradona’s lawyer and agent has demanded an investigation into the time it took for ambulances to reach the Argentinian soccer star’s home earlier this week after he suffered a fatal heart attack. 

Maradona had been battling health problems for years, and even underwent brain surgery in Buenos Aires earlier this month. He was discharged two weeks ago and recovering at home when he suffered a heart attack on Wednesday and died. He was 60. 

Diego Maradona’s lawyer demands investigation

Six ambulances reportedly arrived at Maradona’s home outside of Buenos Aires on Wednesday. Maradona’s lawyer and agent, Matias Morla, said the district attorney’s office reported that the ambulances took “more than half an hour to arrive” to Maradona’s home — which he described as “criminal idiocy.”

“This fact cannot be overlooked and I’m going to ask for an investigation to look into it until the end,” Morla said in a

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