Quick Glance: 'We Are the President's Boys': Lawyer Slapped 7 Times by Edo DSS
- The lawyer was invited by the DSS for a criminal investigation.
- He accompanied his client to the DSS office in Benin.
- Access to the interrogation was denied and he was physically assaulted.
- He reported the threat on his life to the police.
Quick Glance: Lawsuit filed against Rudy Giuliani for unpaid legal fees
- Giuliani's former attorney is suing him for outstanding bills totaling $1.36 million.
- Giuliani has only paid $214,000 and still has an outstanding balance of $1.36 million.
- Attorney Robert Costello and his law firm also provided legal representation for Giuliani in various lawsuits.
- To cut costs, Giuliani has represented himself in certain legal disputes.
Quick Glance: Affair a Possible Factor in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's Impeachment Trial
- The affair is one of 20 articles of impeachment against Ken Paxton.
- Lawmakers leading the impeachment have alleged that Paxton had a political motivation to hide the affair.
- The Senate, which will decide on the impeachment trial, is mostly composed of Republicans, including Paxton's wife.
- The affair took a toll on staff and working hours, as confirmed by a witness during the trial.
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Quick Glance: Thailand: Activist Arnon Nampa jailed for advocating royal reform
- Arnon Nampa was convicted for comments made during the youth-led pro-democracy protests in 2020.
- Thailand's lese-majeste law prohibits insulting the monarchy, carrying harsh jail sentences.
- Mr. Arnon, a human rights lawyer, was the first activist to publicly call for a national conversation on the role of the monarchy in today's Thailand.
- The verdict comes after months of public discussion following the May general election, where the progressive Move Forward party unexpectedly won the most votes and seats, advocating for comprehensive reform, including amending the lese-majeste law.
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Quick Glance: Joe Jonas faces backlash after divorce claims
- Joe Jonas criticized for 'accusing' Sophie Turner after divorce.
- Joe accused of 'smearing' Sophie online and 'throwing her under the bus'.
- Critics urge Joe to respect the mother of his children.
- Claims surface of Sophie partying before divorce headlines.
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Quick Glance: Outrage over Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's divorce
- News of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's divorce quickly turned ugly.
- Rumors began swirling on Sunday that Jonas had hired a divorce lawyer.
- The media's focus on Turner's parenting and alleged nightlife interests shows how society is more entrenched in the role of mothers than fathers.
- Like Turner, other celebrity women have faced years of scrutiny and speculation about their love lives and parenting choices.
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Quick Glance: Taveras' Testimony Implicates Trump in Document Case
- Evidence shows Taveras' previous testimony was false and now he implicates Trump and others.
- Possible domino effect if more people get new counsel and could implicate Trump.
- Special counsel's effective tactic to strengthen the prosecution's case by encouraging honest testimony.
- Indictment against De Oliveira and Trump expanded, listing Taveras as Trump Employee 4.
Quick Glance: Judge dismisses Hunter Biden's tax charges
- The federal judge dismissed two tax charges against Hunter Biden in Delaware.
- The charges were dismissed by U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika after federal prosecutor David Weiss requested last week to bring charges in Washington, D.C., or California.
Quick Glance: Kenneth Chesebro followed Alex Jones on Capitol grounds on January 6th
- Chesebro was present when Alex Jones marched to the Capitol on January 6th.
- Videos and photos show Chesebro recording Jones as he entered the restricted area of the Capitol grounds.
- Chesebro is the only unindicted co-conspirator in Trump's federal indictment who was on the Capitol grounds on January 6th.
- It is unclear why Chesebro followed Jones on January 6th.
Quick Glance: Clash between Pence and Trump's attorney over what Trump told his VP before January 6, 2021
- Trump did not ask Pence to overturn the 2020 election, but only to pause the certification of votes.
- Trump believed there were irregularities in the election that needed to be investigated by the states.
- There is no credible evidence of election fraud, according to federal and state election officials and Trump's own attorney general.
- Trump knew he lost but still spread false claims about fraud.
Quick Glance: Senzo Meyiwa Trial: No Call to Police or Ambulance After Soccer Star's Shooting
- None of the people present in the house called the police or emergency services after Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa was shot.
- Phone analysis revealed that none of them called the police or emergency number.
- The individuals in the house included Khumalo, her sister, their mother, Meyiwa's friends, Khumalo's four-year-old son, and her daughter with Meyiwa.
- Accused number five had two phone contacts with Meyiwa's girlfriend before the fatal shooting.
Quick Glance: Protests in Senegal: Two Killed Following Arrest of Opposition Leader Sonko
- The interior ministry of the West African country is taking measures to preserve peace in the country.
- According to a statement by the ministry, two lifeless male bodies were discovered in the southern city of Ziguinchor, where Sonko is the mayor.
- Senegal's Interior Minister, Antoine Felix Abdoulaye Diome, announced the dissolution of Sonko's party, Patriots of Senegal (PASTEF), for inciting unrest during violent protests in the capital Dakar last month.
Quick Glance: BBC presenter accused of paying teenager for explicit photos - report
- According to the newspaper, an unnamed male presenter paid the alleged victim tens of thousands of pounds.
- Rylan Clark, a BBC Radio 2 presenter, distanced himself from the story, stating that it is not about him.
- Jeremy Vine, a BBC Radio 2 presenter, also distanced himself from the Sun story, stating that it is not about him.
- Gary Lineker, presenter of Match of the Day, did not mention the allegations specifically, but clarified on Twitter that he is not involved.
Quick Glance: Hunter Biden Reaches Agreement with DOJ, to Plead Guilty to Tax and Gun Charges
- Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, has made an agreement with the Justice Department to avoid charges related to tax offenses and unlawful possession of a weapon.
- Biden will plead guilty to misdemeanor tax charges and is expected to reach an agreement with prosecutors on the felony charge of owning a firearm as a drug user.
- The agreement concludes a lengthy investigation into Joe Biden's second son, who has struggled with addiction after his brother Beau Biden passed away in 2015.
- Hunter and Beau Biden hold the bible during a ceremony.
Quick Glance: Evidence Shows Box Movement at Mar-a-Lago Before FBI Search
- Witness evidence reveals movement of boxes, including brown cardboard boxes and Bankers boxes.
- The Justice Department has released additional photographic and video evidence collected from Mar-a-Lago last year.
- The search affidavit provides detailed information on box movement and the whereabouts of documents from the Trump presidency.
- Video footage indicates recent movement of evidence, but the exact location of the removed boxes is unknown.
Quick Glance: Florida Grand Jury Joins Probe into Trump's Classified Docs
- Federal prosecutors are presenting evidence to a grand jury in Miami as part of the investigation into former President Donald Trump's alleged mishandling of classified documents.
- Several witnesses have testified before the Florida grand jury, with more expected in the coming days.
- The investigation previously relied on grand juries in Washington, D.C. It's unclear why the south Florida grand jury is now involved.
- However, a Florida court approved the warrant to search Mar-a-Lago, where Trump kept classified documents, and an assistant US attorney from Miami was present during the raid, according to CNN.
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