Investigation Reveals Ontario Accused Killer Linked to Suspected File in Saskatchewan

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – An investigation into an Ontario man accused of 14 counts of second-degree murder in connection to the alleged sale of poison and aiding in multiple deaths has now extended to Saskatchewan. Kenneth Law is suspected of operating several websites that sold sodium nitrite, a common food preservative that can be deadly at high levels, as well as other items that can be used for self-harm. Police allege that Law sent at …

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Johnson County Prosecutors File Charges Against 17-Year-Old in Shooting Death of Lawrence Teen

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A 17-year-old has been charged in connection with the shooting death of a Lawrence teen, according to Johnson County prosecutors. The defendant, whose identity has not been released, has been charged with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a firearm, among other charges. The shooting took place on Tuesday evening in Lawrence, Kansas. Authorities responded to reports of gunfire and found the victim, a 16-year-old, with a fatal gunshot wound. The …

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Prosecutor Declines to File Charges in Fatal Shooting of Stepson, Citing Self-Defense Claims

SUMMERFIELD, Fla. – Last month, a man shot and killed his stepson inside their Summerfield residence. The shooter, Richard McCloskey, claimed self-defense and has now been cleared of criminal charges by prosecutors. According to Assistant State Attorney Rich Buxman, there is insufficient evidence to disprove McCloskey’s claims of prior violence by his stepson, James Crawford. Buxman’s memo noted that McCloskey stated Crawford had threatened him prior to the shooting. The decision not to file charges …

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Four Nations File UN Complaint Against Iran Over 2020 Plane Crash

TORONTO, CANADA – Four nations, including Canada, Sweden, Ukraine, and Britain, have jointly filed a complaint with the United Nations civil aviation agency against Iran regarding the tragic 2020 plane crash that claimed the lives of 176 individuals. The devastating incident occurred on January 8, 2020, when a Ukraine International Airlines flight, carrying mostly Canadian and Iranian passengers, crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran. The international community mourned the loss, and questions immediately arose about …

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