Monthly Archives: June 2019

Tourist Deaths in Dominican Republic

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More than six tourists have died in the Dominican Republic in the last 12 months. One of which is Robert Wallace who fell ill in April at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana on April 14. He became sick and soon died after drinking scotch from the minibar at the hotel. David Harrison (45) died at the same hotel in July 2018. Recently, Miranda Schaup-Werner (41), Edward Holmes (63), and Cynthia Day (49) arrived at the Dominican Republic on May 25, and all died at Bahia Principe hotels. Miranda Schaup-Werner lost consciousness the day she arrived and […]

No Pardon for Paul Manafort

Paul Manafort, 70, is a lobbyist, political consultant, former lawyer, and now convicted felon. He joined President Donald Trump’s campaign team in March 2016 and was a campaign chairman from June to August 2016. Convicted for Federal Bank Fraud Last year, Manafort was convicted on federal bank fraud, tax and conspiracy charges in two related cases. In March, a Manhattan grand jury indicted him with 16 state felonies including residential mortgage fraud and accused him of a yearlong scheme of falsifying business records to obtain millions of dollars in loans. President Trump cannot pardon him because it is a state, […]

Harrison Ford vs. Tim Rose

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When people think of Star Wars, they think of the main stars that are shown continuously in billboards and interviews and actually show their faces in the movies. However, there are also many cast members behind the scenes and in a costume that we do not always recognize. Harrison Ford Upset Over Tim Rose Comments Tim Rose, actor, and puppeteer has been featured in multiple Star Wars films as various characters. These characters include Admiral Ackbar, Sy Snootles, and Salacious B. Crumb. Tim Rose revealed to Youtuber Jamie Stangroom in an interview that tensions were high while filming scenes in […]

Alabama House Bill 379

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Bill HB 379, passed unanimously in the state senate of Alabama awaiting the Governor’s signature would require those who commit certain sex offenses to undergo “chemical castration.” This condition of parole would keep offenders from committing similar crimes. Testosterone-Inhibiting Medication The bill proposed states that the judge must order those convicted of a sex offense involving a child under the age of 13 to receive testosterone-inhibiting medication a month before their prison release. Most of these offenders would pay for this treatment, which will be administered by the Department of Public Health until the judge decides it is no longer […]