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After the COVID-19 pandemic hit New York City, the Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn, like many other bar associations, was forced to cancel a handful of planned events and to resume meetings through video conferencing.

Immediate past President Susanne Gennusa kept the group together virtually and reintroduced the bar association’s newsletter to provide regular updates about the group and the legal community.

On Tuesday, current President Christopher Caputo addressed the bar association through that newsletter for the first time as president and promised that it would begin having regular monthly continuing legal education seminars over Zoom — the first time the association will host a CLE since March.

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11 killed in bar shooting in Mexicos most violent state

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Gunmen killed 11 people, including four women, early Sunday in a bar in the central Mexico state of Guanajuato.

State prosecutors said the bullet-ridden bodies were found at a bar near the town of Jaral del Progreso. The area is near the border with Michoacán state, which has been a point of incursion for the Jalisco cartel, which wants to move into Guanajuato.

Local media reported the four dead women may have been employed as dancers at the bar, located on the side of a highway. There was no immediate information on a possible motive in the attack, but it bore the signs of a drug gang killing.

Guanajuato has been the most violent state in Mexico in recent years, but authorities had hoped the detention of a leader of a local gang on Aug. 2 would help stem the violence.

The detained leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima gang, José Antonio Yépez Ortíz, was better known by his nickname “El Marro,” which means “The Sledgehammer.” He had long fought a bloody turf battle with the Jalisco cartel, and authorities blamed him for much of the violence in the industrial and farming state.

While murders across the state dropped slightly to 339 in August from 403 in July, they may be rebounding in September as gang members fight to fill the vacuum left by Yépez Ortiz’s detention.

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