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Florida man who killed abortion doc gets 2043 release date

Florida man who killed abortion doc gets 2043 release date

A man who shot and killed a doctor outside a Florida abortion clinic in 1993 should not be released from prison for 25 more years, Florida’s parole board decided Wednesday. The state’s Commission on Offender Review set a March 9, 2043, release date for Michael Griffin, who was convicted of shooting Dr. David Gunn three times in the back on March 10, 1993, as Gunn arrived to work at an abortion clinic in Pensacola, Florida. Griffin, who turned 56 on Sept. 11, is serving a life sentence at Blackw…
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Ukraine police detain 52 for Champions League fan violence

Ukrainian police say they have detained 52 people for fan violence ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League game between Shakhtar Donetsk and Dutch club Feyenoord. Police say they arrived at a bar in the city of Kharkiv where “a conflict had occurred between Dutch and Ukrainian fans” and took 52 people to a police station for questioning. Police say windows were broken and the interior of the bar was damaged. Ukraine is hosting this season’s Champions League final but has a record of soccer-relate…
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Former prosecutor nominated as US attorney in Maryland

President Donald Trump nominated a Justice Department official Wednesday as Maryland’s new U.S. attorney. Robert Hur, 44, of Silver Spring, is among seven U.S. attorney nominations the White House announced in a statement. Hur is currently principal associate deputy attorney general and a top aide to U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, whom Hur would replace as Maryland’s federal prosecutor. Stephen Schenning has been interim U.S. attorney since Rosenstein’s move to Washington early th…
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No More Tears Continues Efforts to Eliminate Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking in South …

“Abuse can happen to anyone,” said Somy Ali , founder of No More Tears. “As we have seen with the Harvey Weinstein scandal, many people who have been assaulted or harassed are afraid to speak up, and we help give both women and men a voice. We want to empower them to seek help and rise above their tragic experiences.” Ali does not take a salary working with No More Tears; everyone is a volunteer, and 100 percent of every donation received goes directly to the nonprofit’s victims’ assistance pro…
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Kenyan lawmakers call for peace in tense rural area

Kenyan police have killed 13 protesters in opposition strongholds since Thursday’s repeat presidential election, which the main opposition group boycotted, a local civil rights group said Wednesday. The Independent Medico Legal Unit said it recorded 64 cases of use of excessive force by police, including 34 people being shot, between Oct. 25 and Oct. 28. The rights group uses medical evidence to help victims build up cases against human rights abuses. Peter Kiama, the group’s executive director…
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