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Well, I am not a letter writer but I guess it has at last come to pass, as I am sick and tired of reading and listening to the BS I and other normal citizens are constantly bombarded without responding as in his latest Nov. 18 opinion piece, “Racist appeals from Trump powered white evangelical tsunami.” The fake news factories like Milbank’s Washington Post are like street bullies — they keep calling you dirty names until you are finally goaded into responding.

So just where does Dana Milbank, a big city guy, get off calling us white Christians racists and worse just because we voted for Trump? I’ve got news for this pen-pusher, I voted in the election before this for Obama! So don’t be calling me a racist. Or Trump either — he had many voters for him from every color. Look at Florida, for example. it’s just BS.

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Jery Hewitt, Stunt Coordinator for ‘Law & Order’ and Coen Brothers Films, Dies at 71

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Longtime stunt coordinator Jery Hewitt, known for his work on the Coen Brothers’ films, including “The Big Lebowski” and the Academy Award-winning “No Country for Old Men,” along with Wolf Entertainment shows such as “Law & Order,” died Saturday, his family confirmed. He was 71. 

Over the past 30 years, Hewitt worked on more than 300 episodes of Dick Wolf programming, including “Law & Order,” “New York Undercover” and “Law & Order: SVU.” Known as one of New York’s most prominent stunt coordinators and performers, he was working on the 22nd season of “Law & Order: SVU” prior to his death earlier this month. 

Hewitt worked on 14 of the Coen Brothers’ films, with his efforts bringing iconic moments to life, such as teaching actor Tex Cobb how to ride a motorcycle in 1987’s “Raising Arizona” to sending his wife and collaborator for

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Stunt Coordinator On 14 Coen Brothers Films, ‘Law & Order’ Franchise Was 71

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Jery Hewitt, a legendary stunt coordinator who worked on 14 of the Coen brothers’ films, including The Big Lebowski and Best Picture winner No Country for Old Men, and dozens of other films and TV shows including Dick Wolf’s Law & Order franchise, has died. He was 71.

Hewitt’s wife, stuntwoman Jennifer Lamb, who worked with him on the Wolf shows, was at his side when he died suddenly on November 21.

Along with other Coen brothers’ pics including O Brother, Where Art Thou? and Raising Arizona, Hewitt also was the stunt coordinator on more than 300 episodes of Wolf Entertainment programming, including every episode of the original Law & Order and 22 seasons of Law & Order SVU, on which he was working earlier this month. Wolf Entertainment said of his death that “has lost a member of the family.”

Graduating from

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Khalid, Imam conspired to cause disturbance of law and order at unprecedented scale: Delhi Police

“From the investigation conducted till now, it is clear that the accused persons have conspired to cause disruption of such an extent and such a magnitude that it would lead to disorderliness and disturbance of law and order at an unprecedented scale,” the charge sheet stated.
It further said that the acts were committed to strike terror in people by the use of firearms, and funds had been raised for the purpose with clear knowledge of the same.
“It is clear that in the present case, aforesaid acts were done to threaten the unity of India, to strike terror in the people by use of firearms, petrol bombs, acid attacks, deadly weapons to cause death and injuries to persons and huge loss and damage to property by arson, looting and other means. It is also established that funds have been raised for the aforesaid purpose with clear and unequivocal knowledge
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Attorney General Daniel Cameron joins lawsuit against Beshear’s COVID-19 school order

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron joined a Christian school Friday in filing a federal lawsuit that seeks a statewide temporary restraining order against Gov. Andy Beshear’s latest ban on in-person classes amid a surge in new COVID-19 cases.

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The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky by Danville Christian Academy, claims Beshear’s executive order, announced Wednesday, requiring private and public schools to halt in-person classes until January violates the First Amendment, as well as Kentucky’s equivalent constitutional guarantees and the commonwealth’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

“The governor’s school-closure order prohibits religious organizations from educating children consistent with and according to their faith,” Cameron, a Republican, said in a release. “The ability to provide and receive a private religious education is a core part of the freedoms protected by the

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Government urged not to let law and order slip through the cracks in levelling up plans

The Bar Council has urged the Government to regenerate areas of the Midlands and North by investing in the local court system and providing access to early legal advice for the most vulnerable, as it highlights regions where local law and order is particularly weak.

It comes as the Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland, told delegates at the Bar Council’s Annual Bar and Young Bar Conference that justice issues are integral to the government’s levelling up agenda.

The Midlands and the North have been hard hit by lack of investment in justice:                                                                                                                                          

  • Nottinghamshire has the highest number of recorded crime in East Midlands (100,191), whilst the backlog of cases in the criminal courts continues to be a problem in the county. Nottingham Crown Court saw just 370 cases concluded at between April and June, compared to 559 for the same period in 2019. Earlier this year, it was predicted that there
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Law In Order hit by ransomware attack – Security

Law In Order hit by ransomware attack


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Law In Order, an Australian supplier of document and digital services to law firms, suffered a ransomware infection over the weekend that is believed to be the Netwalker malware.

The company confirmed the attack in a statement on its website, which it had managed to resurrect by Tuesday evening behind the protection of Cloudflare.

After detecting the attack, Law In Order said it halted many of its business operations and called in cyber security advisers to assist in the investigation and incident response.

“Our priority is to restore systems back online safely and quickly,” the company said in a statement.

“We are making progress, however it is important that we do this methodically and safely as we work to resume normal business operations.”

Law In Order said it had alerted authorities including the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC)

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Lawsuit challenges Dane County’s public health order banning indoor gatherings

MADISON, Wis. —  A lawsuit that was filed in Wisconsin’s Supreme Court on Monday looks to overturn the gathering ban and restrictions recently put into place by Public Health Madison and Dane County.

The new public health order, which went into effect Wednesday, bans indoor mass gatherings with anyone outside of your household and limits outdoor gatherings to no more than 10 people.

According to PHMDC’s website, in-person games, sports, group exercise classes, movies, conferences and similar events are all considered mass gatherings. You can read more about Emergency Order #10 here.

The lawsuit was filed by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on behalf of Gymfinity Ltd., Jeffry Becker and Andrea Klein. It argues the order is an overreach of the legal authority granted to local health officers and

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Kentucky Attorney General, Private School Sue Over Order Closing In-Person Classes

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear addresses members of the media at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort earlier this year.

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear addresses members of the media at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort earlier this year.

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined a private school in a lawsuit against Gov. Andy Beshear, arguing that a school closure order not only violated state law but also the First Amendment.

Earlier this week, the Democratic governor announced that most public and private K-12 schools must stop in-person classes starting Nov. 23. Middle and high schools will be required to remain in remote instruction until January. Elementary schools may reopen on Dec. 7 if the county they are located in is not in the “red zone.”

The order was issued to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

According to news reports, Cameron and Danville Christian Academy on Friday asked a federal court to issue a temporary restraining order that would block Beshear’s order

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Why Did Ed Green Leave ‘Law & Order’? Why Jesse L. Martin Left the Series

Law & Order is no stranger to cast rotations, and they have often come as quite the surprise for unsuspecting viewers. But while Jesse L. Martin’s departure was buzzed about for months before it happened, audiences still weren’t clear about why the actor was parting ways from the show. 

So, why did Detective Ed Green leave Law & Order?

Why did Ed Green leave ‘Law & Order’?

In 1999, 30-year-old Jesse L. Martin landed a role in Dick Wolf’s iconic crime drama, Law & Order. Jesse went on to star as Detective Ed Green for nine years before handing over his badge and retiring from the show.

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Jesse first rose to prominence in his acting career as a theater actor and his first brush with fame came when he was the first actor to play the role of gay computer wiz Tom Collins in the

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