Germany has expelled two Russian diplomats over the assassination of a former Chechen militant in a Berlin park which the authorities believe was ordered by Russia.
A court in Germany has convicted a Russian citizen for the murder of a Chechen exile in Berlin in 2019. In this case an individual is being prosecuted for a murder that was thought to be ordered by the Russian state. Vadim Krasikov was handed a life sentence for the killing, which prosecutors believe wasContinue reading “Berlin court convicts Russian man for 2019 park murder – DW News”
A jury Tuesday found Alan Swinney, a self-proclaimed Proud Boy, guilty of assault, menacing and unlawful use of a weapon for pulling out a loaded revolver, firing paintballs and spraying bear Mace at counterprotesters in Portland last year. Prosecutors called him a “one man police force” and “vigilante cowboy,” while Swinney and his lawyer argued he wasContinue reading “Self-proclaimed Proud Boy Alan Swinney found guilty of assault, menacing, unlawful use of firearm”
A Kansas City police detective was found guilty of manslaughter in the 2019 killing of a Black man who was fatally shot in his own backyard. Jackson County Circuit Court Judge J. Dale Youngs announced his decision Friday afternoon. Eric DeValkenaere, 43, was charged with first-degree involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action in the Dec.Continue reading “Kansas City Police Officer Found Guilty In 2019 Fatal Shooting Of Black Man – Kansas City Star”
Any new Capitol perimeter would be narrower, according to initial talks, and wouldn’t include broad street closures. Congressional security officials are in discussions about rebuilding fencing around the Capitol — just weeks after a previous perimeter came down — to help secure the building ahead of President Joe Biden’s upcoming address to lawmakers and possibleContinue reading “Capitol outer fence set to return as D.C. girds for crowds, protests”