Crime & Justice
Iran’s President Rouhani Vows to Avenge Assassination of Top Nuclear Scientist, Accuses Israel of the Attack
Following the death and suspected assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran vowed that there would be retaliation, Saturday.
Iranian Scientist Linked To Nuclear Programs Assassinated Allegedly by Israel
The Iranian government confirmed on Friday that Israel is allegedly behind the assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientist near Tehran. The allegation was, however, presented without any evidence.
Paris Police Officers Face Suspension as Video of Assault on Man Surfaced
After videos showing officers repeatedly punching, using a truncheon, and spraying tear gas on a man circulated, now the victim who claimed that he had been beaten several times by the French police is seeking justice for the assault experienced for no apparent reason.
Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty To Criminal Charges Over Its Involvement in the US Opioid Crisis
In an admission that brought a resolution to the role of Purdue Pharma LP in the ongoing opioid crisis in the U.S., the pharmaceutical took a deal with federal prosecutors and pleaded guilty to the criminal charges filed over the handling of painkiller OxyContin.
Ohio Man Arrested After Pulling Out Brass Knuckles Over Face Mask Policy
A man from Ohio who entered Walmart without a mask was arrested after pulling out brass knuckles. The police officer also found a knife in his pocket.
Academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert Convicted of Espionage Freed From Iran
Academic British-Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed by Iran for over two years on espionage charges, has been freed in a prisoner exchange for three Iran citizens. The Middle Eastern studies lecturer at the University of Melbourne had been imprisoned in Iran since 2018.
What Can You Do When You Are Injured in a Construction Accident?
Working in construction means good pay, long hours, and a potentially dangerous work environment. Depending on what caused an accident that injures one or more workers, they may be due fair compensation. But many construction industry employers try to save money by denying injury claims or offering very small settlements. Workers should be aware of their rights for injury compensation and the requirements for a safe workplace that OSHA has on the books. A safe workplace is the best way to avoid accidents and injuries.
Three Mexican Nationals Face Charges After Cash, Ammo, and Drugs Connected to the Sinoloa Cartel Siezed
After the discovery of a massive cache of cash, ammunition, and drugs stockpiled at an Otay Mesa truck yard, three Mexican nationals who were tied to cross-border trucking companies were charged in the city's federal court on Tuesday according to the United State's Attorney's Office.
Thomas Moyer, Apple's Security Chief, Faces Bribery Charges
The head of Apple's security team has been charged with offering hundreds of iPads in exchange of concealed weapons licenses. Two other officers were charged.
NBA Athletes Meet Pope Francis To Discuss US Social Injustices
Pope Francis gathered several NBA players at a conference to talk about their social justice advocacy at the height of intense division in the U.S.
Judge Rules Deportation of Ex-Nazi Guard Living in Tennessee Back to Germany
The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that a man from Tennessee who served as an armed guard at a concentration camp in Nazi Germany during World War II be deported to Germany.
Woman Found Guilty of GoFundMe Fraud After Faking Cancer
A 31-year-old woman faked her cancer diagnosis to scam people of £7,800. The woman is now arrested and charged for fraud.
Cage Fighter Slays Beautician When Learned That She Cheated on Him
A cage fighter is charged with the murder of a beautician after he got text of her activities. Allegedly, she had a sugar daddy who gave her money.
Minnesota Man Pleads Guilty To Setting Police Precinct on Fire
A 26-year-old man from Central Minnesota pleaded guilty on Thursday, November 19, to the accusation of breaching a fence that enclosed the Third Precinct Police Headquarters in the city of Minneapolis and helped light the building on fire during the civil unrest that followed the police killing of George Floyd this summer.
Couple Assaults Older Woman Over Face Masks
A young couple assaulted a 60-year-old woman after she asked them to wear a face mask before riding the elevator. Police had offered a reward.