Serial Abuser Leroy Wilton Spared Deportation from Australia in Landmark Ruling

Orange, New South Wales – Leroy Wilton, a New Zealand citizen with a troubled history in Australia, recently faced deportation after a series of violent crimes, including brutal attacks on women. Immigration authorities canceled Wilton’s visa in March 2023, following an incident where he assaulted his partner, known as Ms. D, in Orange, New South Wales. During the attack, Wilton accused Ms. D of infidelity, leading to a violent confrontation where he lifted her off …

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federal judge’s ruling ignites potential for NIL explosion in USC football

Los Angeles, CA – A recent federal judge’s ruling in California has opened the door for college athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness (NIL), potentially revolutionizing the landscape of college sports. The injunction against the NCAA comes amidst a nationwide debate on the rights of student athletes and the fairness of the collegiate athletic system. US District Judge Claudia Wilken’s decision highlighted the changing views on amateurism in college sports, allowing players …

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Judge’s Ruling Declares Killer of London Muslim Family Committed Terrorism, Calling It a ‘Textbook Case’

LONDON, Ontario – A judge in London, Ontario, ruled that the actions of Nathaniel Veltman, who was convicted of murder and attempted murder after driving his truck into five members of the Afzaal family, amounted to terrorism under Canadian law. The judge stated that it was a “textbook case of terrorist activity.” Veltman, 23, was found guilty of four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder by a jury in Windsor, Ontario, …

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Colorado judge’s ruling conceals graphic evidence of tragic school shooting

LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) – In the wake of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, a Colorado judge was faced with a difficult decision about the release of autopsies, following a request from local media outlets under the state’s public records law. Judge Jose D.L. Márquez ruled against the release, citing the “unique factor” of the community’s trauma and the outpouring of grief and a presidential visit. The judge’s decision was based on the understanding that …

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Man’s Attempt to Run Over Homeless Man and Cat Leads to Upheld Animal Cruelty Ruling

RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling of animal cruelty for a man who attempted to run over a homeless man and a cat. The incident occurred in December 2017 in Durham, North Carolina, and the ruling was made on Tuesday. The man had been convicted of two counts of animal cruelty, and the court’s decision affirmed the lower court’s ruling. The man, who was driving a pickup truck, …

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