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Brian’s laundry manhunt: Can parents face hindrance, ancillary charges?
as a search operation Florida As fugitive Brian Laundry enters his third week, questions are mounting about how he survived the authorities for so long and whether his parents may have helped give him a head start.
Parents Chris and Roberta Laundry have not been accused of iniquityBut critics have scrutinized her actions in the weeks following the disappearance of her former future daughter-in-law, Gabby Pettito, who was found dead in a camp she shared with her son in Wyoming. He didn’t say anything about the fact that she was missing and went on a labor day camp trip.
“If he provided law enforcement with false information to let Brian Laundry start a week, or if the parents sent law enforcement on a wild goose chase when he wasn’t there, then there is certainly a basis.” Blame them,” said Neema Rahmani, a former legal prodigy and federal prosecutor.
So far, Laundry has been described as a person of interest in the Petito case, but has only been charged with debit card fraud for allegedly using someone else’s bank card without permission and withdrawing more than $1,000. .
Lara Yeretsian, another high-powered West Coast defense attorney, said potential charges against the parents depend on what they told the FBI, when investigators entered their home last month, and whether They misled the officials or gave wrong direction.
But if any charges are filed against the parents, he said, they could be related to obstructing justice or ancillary after the fact. Click here for more on our top story.
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Fauci slammed for claiming it’s ‘too soon’ to consider Christmas celebrations
Dr. Anthony Fauci Sunday came under fire for suggesting Americans spend Christmas alone in 2021.
On CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Fauci talks about his situation with anchor Margaret Brennan coronavirus pandemic and what to expect in the coming months. In particular, Brennan wondered if families might gather for Christmas.
“May we gather for Christmas, or is it too early to tell?” Brennan asked.
Fauci responded that it is “too early to tell” whether people can gather in groups by Christmas this year.
“It’s too early to tell,” Fauci said. “We have to focus on continuing to bring down those numbers and not try to go ahead for weeks or months and say what we’re going to do at a particular point in time.”
Dr. Fauci, who serves as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has made several predictions of when things might return to normal. In December 2020, he has previously faced backlash for suggesting that Christmas may not be “business as usual”, but predicted that the holidays should return to normal by 2021. Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– Fauci defends California school vaccine mandate: No need for ‘novel’
– Jason Aldean criticizes Governor Gavin Newsom’s order to have children go to school
Former NBA player Lazar Hayward arrested for falsifying Covid documents: report
– Critics slam Twitter fact check of obituary attributing young mother’s death to vaccine
– Merck COVID-19 treatment pill could be available by the end of the year, predicts Dr. Adalja
Kabul faces blackout for failing to pay Taliban bills
of Afghanistan With the onset of winter, the capital may be plunged into darkness as the country’s new Taliban The rulers did not pay the Central Asian power supplier Or started collecting money from consumers again.
Unless addressed, the situation could lead to a humanitarian disaster, warned Dawood Noorzai, who resigned as chief executive of the country’s state power monopoly, Da Afghanistan Bresna Sherkat, on 15 August under the Taliban. About two weeks after the acquisition.
“The consequences will be across the country, but especially in Kabul. There will be a blackout and it will bring Afghanistan back into the dark ages,” said Mr. Noorzai, who is in close contact with the remaining management of DABS. . “It would be a really dangerous situation.”
Electricity imports from Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan account for half of Afghanistan’s electricity consumption as a whole. Iran Providing additional supplies to the West of the country. This year’s drought has affected domestic production at most hydroelectric stations. Afghanistan lacks a national electricity grid, and Kabul relies almost entirely on imported electricity from Central Asia.
Currently, power is abundant in the Afghan capital, a rare—if momentary—improvement since the Taliban takeover. In part, this is because the Taliban no longer attack transmission lines from Central Asia.
Another reason is that, with industry at a standstill and military and government facilities largely idle, a large proportion of power supplies end with residential consumers, perpetuating the rolling blackouts that used to be common.
However, this is likely to end abruptly if Central Asian suppliers—notably Tajikistan, whose relationship with the Taliban is rapidly deteriorating—decides to cut DABS for non-payment. Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– Afghan ambassador does not believe Biden cares about the fate of women left in the country
– $2 million raised for Marines who despised superiors upon Afghan return
– Rape. Gohmert called for freedom for the imprisoned Marines; Military leadership termed ‘disgusting’
– Tulsi Gabbard: Our nation’s leaders ‘lost sight’ of our mission in Afghanistan
Must read today:
– Watch the moment the moderate Kacker faces the Democrats on the DC houseboat
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– The plane hit the building near Milan; All 8 riders who died
Supreme Court ready to give historic verdict on abortion, guns, religious rights
– Tom Brady, Bucs survive with close win over Patriots
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some parting words
Granthshala News’ Mark Levine On Sunday he believes the Democrats’ agenda is a smokescreen with a $3.5 trillion spending bill.Life, Freedom and Levin“
“We are going to turn the country inside out and upside down for generations to come. A disaster. We already have inflation, product shortages, rising gas prices and food,” the host said. “Can you imagine adding trillions of dollars to this?”
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