Trump Lawyer Calls for Ousted Cybersecurity Chief to Be ‘Taken Out at Dawn and Shot’

On Monday afternoon, Joe diGenova, a lawyer for the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump said that Chris Krebs, the now-former director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) who was in charge of maintaining election security, “should be drawn and quartered, taken out at dawn and shot.”

diGenova made his comments while being interviewed by Howie Carr, a conservative host whose show simulcasts on the conservative channel Newsmax. Carr asked diGenova about the Trump campaign’s allegations of widespread voter fraud that, it claims, swung the 2020 election in favor of President-elect Joe Biden.

“Mail in balloting is inherently corrupt and this election proved it,” diGenova told Carr. “This was not a coincidence, this was all planned. Anybody who thinks that this election went well like that idiot Krebs, who used to be the—”

Carr interjected, “Oh yeah, the guy that was on 60 Minutes last night,” referring to Krebs’

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The Lawyer X royal commission has handed down its long-awaited findings

NICOLA GOBBO, FORMER BARRISTER: I have been snookered by Victoria Police.

PAUL DALE, FORMER VICTORIA POLICE DETECTIVE: She was the master of manipulation and an incredibly great liar. They had the golden goose. They had the information coming in, but it was information, it was poisonous information and they knew it was poisonous information.

SHANE PATTON, VICTORIA POLICE CHIEF COMMISSIONER: We got this profoundly wrong.

GRAHAM ASHTON, FORMER VICTORIA POLICE CHIEF COMMISSIONER: I’m very, very confident that my conduct in no way, or shape or form was remotely criminal in nature.

FARUK ORMAN: I’ve done 12 years jail for a crime that I didn’t commit.

RACHAEL BROWN, REPORTER: After notorious underworld figure Victor Peirce was gunned down in 2002 street shooting, Victoria Police launched a manhunt.

WENDY PIERCE: Somebody out there must know something.

RACHAEL BROWN: Five years later, Faruk Orman, a man in his early 20s who insisted he

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Former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell still pushing conspiracy-filled election lawsuits

Experts say the suits, though long shots, are “doing real damage.”

“We will prevail,” Powell wrote on Twitter this week. “Patriots are united like never before to shine the light of Truth across our land.”

Since filing a suit in Georgia last week, Powell has added a federal lawsuit in Michigan and plans another in Wisconsin, according to another lawyer on the team. Each case alleges a complex plot involving shadowy foreign interests, the company that sells electronic voting machines, Republican elected officials,

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Alleged arson fire destroys office of lawyer recently elected to KY state Senate

Police have charged a man with deliberately setting a fire that destroyed the law office of Kentucky Sen.-elect Johnnie L. Turner on Saturday.

There were apartments above Turner’s law office in the building in downtown Harlan, so the fire left six people without homes, according to Leslie Bledsoe, head of an organization called With Love From Harlan.

The charity was working Monday to find homes for the people — a single mother with one child and four other women — and to raise money to help them, Bledsoe said.

“Many of them left the building only with the clothes on their backs, and were thankful just to get out alive,” Harlan County Judge-Executive Dan Mosley said in a Facebook post.

Harlan police arrested Adam Mills, 22, on charges of first-degree arson, first degree wanton endangerment and fleeing from police.

Lt. Mitchell Alford said in an arrest citation that Mills,

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Coimbatore lawyer, wife get double life term in 2011 murder

The Fifth Additional District Court in Coimbatore on Monday awarded double life sentence to advocate E.T. Rajavel (52) and his wife R. Mohana (45) for the murder of a 45-year-old woman in 2011 that they had plotted and executed to fake Mohana’s death.

Judge T.H. Mohammed Farooq also sentenced the couple’s driver P. Palanisamy (48) from Podanur to undergo life imprisonment for his role in the murder of the woman, Ammasai, from Sivananda Colony.

Ammasai had approached Rajavel for legal consultation on December 10, 2011. The woman visited the advocate again at his office at Gopalapuram near Coimbatore Collectorate on December 11, after which she was reported missing.

While the Rathinapuri police registered a case following Ammasai’s missing, Rajavel made relatives and others believe that Mohana had died of a sudden health complication and the body was cremated on December 12. He managed to obtain a death certificate in the

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Greg Denney Law, PLLC Is The Leading Car Accident Lawyer In Tuls

Tulsa, OK – Car accidents happen. Such accidents like this can lead to minor or fatal injuries. Whatever the extent of the injury, whether temporary or permanent, accident victims deserve to be compensated for their losses, especially when the accident occurred due to negligence. Greg Denney Law, PLLC, and its team of car accident attorneys make sure that car accident victims are not cheated out of the worth of their case by insurance companies.

Car accident victims who choose to be represented by the accident lawyers at Greg Denney Law, PLLC can rest assured that they will enjoy an aggressive legal service, one that is designed to position their case for a win.

The team at Greg Denney Law, PLLC understand that insurance companies are tough to deal with and will sometimes deny car accident victims of the amount due to them in compensation. The attorneys make sure that this

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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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Is your marriage Covid-proof? This Gloucestershire divorce lawyer has seen her caseload quadruple and this is why

Between home schooling, worries about jobs and families being stuck together 24/7 it’s not surprising that the Citizens Advice Bureau is reporting record numbers of people looking up how to divorce their spouse on the charity’s website.

But even the most pessimistic forecasters might be shocked to learn the extent to which the pandemic has made difference.

For Gloucestershire lawyer Sharon Giles was surprised to find herself four times busier than usual at a time when she thought it would be quiet because unhappy couples would be waiting for the crisis to settle down before filing for divorce..

“I haven’t got any actual figures but I am certainly a lot busier,” said Sharon who is a partner in the divorce and family law team at Willans LLP solicitors in Cheltenham.

“I would say that during the lockdown period my instructions have quadrupled to what they normally are.”

But although the

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Plans afoot to charge Ace Magashule’s lawyer

By Mzilikazi Wa Afrika Time of article published46m ago

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Johannesburg – Plans are afoot to charge Victor Nkhwashu, the lawyer for ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule, after his law firm was allegedly paid double the R60 000 retainer agreed upon by the Government Employees Pension Scheme (Gems) in 2016.

Nkhwashu’s law firm is also accused of invoicing the scheme another R292 078.40 “without any specified hours worked and hourly rate” the report has said.

The Sunday Independent has it on good authority that the scheme submitted a report as evidence against Nkhwashu, to the commercial crime unit a few weeks ago.

The report comes from an investigation by Ligwa Advisory Service which was contracted by the scheme in May 2017 and was submitted to it in January 2018.

Director Jabu Mahlangu yesterday confirmed that Ligwa was commissioned to do the investigation but refused to

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U.S. Marshal’s 15 Most Wanted: John Panaligan wanted for murder of Northbrook lawyer Jigar Patel

A man wanted in the 2016 murder of a lawyer in Northbrook has been added to the U.S. Marshals’ 15 Most Wanted fugitives list after nearly four years on the run.

There is a $25,000 reward for information leading directly to the arrest of John Panaligan, 54, who the Marshals Service said strangled 36-year-old Victor Jigar Patel in his office on Dec. 7, 2016.

Panaligan lured Patel there by scheduling an appointment under a fake name, the Marshals Service said in a statement. Patel was representing plaintiffs who were suing Panaligan in civil court, officials said.

Panaligan then went to Canada, where he was detained for trying to smuggle a gun, according to the Marshals Service. He returned to Northbrook, where police interviewed him, they said.

Panaligan fled to Mexico before authorities could arrest him, the Marshals Service said.

Authorities in 2017 said Panaligan might be in the Philippines, where

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