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Allison Jean has told a US newspaper that she has no hatred for the woman who murdered her son, Botham Jean. “I have no hatred toward Amber Guyger,” she was quoted as telling The Dallas Morning News. Guyger was sentenced this year to ten years in jail for fatally shooting the unarmed Botham Jean in […]

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ABC News:- A vehicle owner ended up dead after alleged excessive force by police who thought he had stolen his own car. Now, two Sonoma County, California, sheriff’s deputies are on paid administrative leave. The bizarre case began after Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick released body camera footage of the incident. “If you watched the body-worn […]

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The Gros Islet Police station Tuesday distributed hampers to the less fortunate in the community. The initiative was made possible through ASP Elvis Thomas and Acting Inspector Shervon Matthieu who are currently in charge at the station, in collaboration with the Saint Lucia Hospitality and Tourism Association (SLHTA). ASP Thomas asserted that some in the […]

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(AP) — President Donald Trump lashed out Tuesday as his Senate impeachment trial remains at an impasse, with Republican and Democratic leaders at odds over its format and whether witnesses should be called. Speaking at his private club in Palm Beach, Florida, after a teleconference call with troops stationed across the globe, Trump singled out ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Two people are to face the court to answer to charges stemming from the shooting injury of three people in two separate incidents in the St Andrew North and St Andrew South Divisions. The first incident occurred in the St Andrew North Division on Monday, February 11 this year. Police reports are ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Lloyd Smith’s last words to his neighbour on Sunday night were chilling. “Mi just waan kill miself, mi tired fi live,” the neighbour, who gave her name only as Wendy, told the Jamaica Observer yesterday. According to Wendy, she tried to dissuade the 62-year-old taxi driver, who operated on the Waltham Park ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) – A man who stole a single salt bread could find himself spending as long as one year behind bars. This morning, Arleigh Arthur Patrick Todd, 58, of Upper Collymore Rock, St Michael, pleaded guilty to entering the dwelling house of Kim Smith and stealing the bread, valued at 65 cents, on December ...

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(BVI NEWS) – BVI pensioners who are members of CIBC First Caribbean International Bank (FCIB) and Scotiabank have raised concern about the acquisition of those two institutions by GNB Financial Group Ltd and Republic Financial Holdings Ltd, respectively. This is according to Leader of the Opposition Marlon Penn who said in a recent media conference ...

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(BVI NEWS) – Two men who were allegedly caught aboard a vessel with half-million dollars in cash this month have been granted $100,000 bail in the Magistrate’s Court. Charged with failing to declare monies to Customs is Gerome Nibbs of the BVI and St Vincent national, Zibert Morgan. Nibbs pleaded not guilty when he appeared ...

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(AP) — Authorities in Ivory Coast have issued an arrest warrant for Guillaume Soro, prompting the ex-rebel leader and presidential hopeful to divert his plane to another country instead of returning home. The arrest warrant is certain to escalate political tensions ahead of the 2020 election in the West African nation. Soro’s supporters took to ...

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