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Oath Keepers leader indictment just the tip of a scary iceberg

On Jan. 13, federal prosecutors unveiled their most ambitious charge to date in the ongoing investigations into the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection: seditious conspiracy. The subjects of this charge are Stewart Rhodes and 10 alleged members of his far-right anti-government organization the Oath Keepers. Captured on video marching up the U.S. Capitol steps in “stack” formation, Rhodes’ organization became arguably the most visible face of the violent siege. Now its members are accused by the U.S. government of conspiring to “oppose the lawful transfer of presidential power by force.” (Rhodes’ lawyer has denied any wrongdoing.)
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Man cites poor family life at sentencing

The attorney for a man being sentenced in federal court this week for having a gun despite two previous firearms convictions said his client felt he needed a gun to protect himself because he has been shot twice.
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Stockard Sentences Another Drug Dealer to Prison

Maria Lourdes Williamson, in custody, appeared for sentencing in the Tenth Judicial District Court on Tuesday before Judge Thomas Stockard. Williams was facing two counts related to selling drugs, primary methamphetamine. She was charged with Offer, Attempt or Commission of Unauthorized act Relating to Manufacture or Compounding of Certain Controlled Substances, offenses, and Category C Felonies punishable by 1-6 years in prison.
CHURCHILL COUNTY, NV
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AFTV Regular Mr DT Handed Extended Prison Sentence

A violent stalker has had his original sentence of 12 months increased to three years after a hearing before the Court of Appeal. Liam Goodenough, who has appeared on YouTube channel AFTV numerous times ranting about Arsenal Football Club, stalked his former partner as she went on a date. The...
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Watford stabbing: Man jailed for attack outside McDonald's

A man who stabbed a teenager outside a McDonald's in full view of shoppers has been jailed for more than four years. O'dean Boothe, 22, stabbed the 19-year-old man in Watford High Street at 16:45 GMT on 7 February 2021. Boothe, of White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London, was convicted by...
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Portsmouth man jailed for 28 years for historical child sex abuse

A "dangerous predator" has been jailed for 28 years for decades of child sex abuse. Anthony Plummer, 71, of Clydebank Road, Portsmouth, was found guilty of 13 counts of historical sex offences against four girls, aged between nine and 16. They included two counts of rape, one of sexual assault...
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Why cutting the head off the Oath Keepers snake won't end America's militia menace

On Jan. 13, federal prosecutors unveiled their most ambitious charge to date in the ongoing investigations into the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection: seditious conspiracy. The subjects of this charge are Stewart Rhodes and 10 alleged members of his far-right anti-government organization the Oath Keepers. Captured on video marching up the U.S. Capitol steps in “stack” formation, Rhodes’ organization became arguably the most visible face of the violent siege. Now its members are accused by the U.S. government of conspiring to “oppose the lawful transfer of presidential power by force.” (Rhodes’ lawyer has denied any wrongdoing.)
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Serving Met Police officer pleads guilty to sexual communication with child

A serving Metropolitan Police officer has pleaded guilty to one count of sexual communication with a child.PC Will Scott-Barrett, of Bromley, south-east London, admitted to sending sexual messages, including graphic images and videos, to a 15-year-old boy on social media.The 33-year-old officer, attached to the Met’s Intelligence Command, was suspended in February last year, when the allegation was first made.He was later charged in November 2021 following an investigation by the Met’s Online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Command.The Directorate of Professional Standards has also been informed and a misconduct hearing will take place in due course, the Met said.An...
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Aaron Singerman Reflects On His Legal Troubles “You Have To Pay For Past Mistakes”

Redcon1 founder Aaron Singerman shared an emotional video to speak about his recent legal troubles. In November 2021, Singerman pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell anabolic steroids and other illegal substances marketed as dietary supplements in his last company Blackstone Labs LLC. His sentencing will take place on January 27, 2022. The judge could sentence him to a decade or more in federal prison.
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Gascón Policy Is Again Assailed

D.A.’s refusal to try minors as adults draws new flak as sentencing nears in sex abuse by person who’s now 26. A 26-year-old woman who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl in Palmdale could be sentenced to a short stay in juvenile hall or granted probation at a court hearing this month, sparking another round of outrage over Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. George Gascón’s criminal justice reform platform.
PALMDALE, CA
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Alberta Court of Appeal upholds sentence for man who killed Calgary Stampeder

CALGARY — The Alberta Court of Appeal has upheld the sentence of a man who killed a player with the Calgary Stampeders football team outside a nightclub. The Appeal Court's three judges on Monday unanimously dismissed a challenge from Nelson Lugela, who was found guilty in 2019 of second-degree murder in the death of Mylan Hicks.
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