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    Adolfo Tenahua Tlaxcala / 02.25.2021 07:56:45 The three aspiring governor of Tlaxcala They have not yet submitted their 3 of 3 statement, even on the official platform the legend is observed: « The 3de3.mx platform will not be able to receive the declarations of candidates and candidates in 2021. » In this way, the communication team of the virtual candidate of Morena, Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros; of the PRI, Anabell Ávalos Zempoalteca; and RSP Juan Carlos Sánchez García, have expressed their willingness to fulfill this citizen duty. In the case of Cuéllar Cisneros, it was reported that « these are not the times because she has no candidacy for anything, but for now she is only the state coordinator for the Defense of the Fourth Transformation. » It should be remembered that it did the same in 2016, but now the scheme of that platform promoted by IMCO, in the...
    (CNN)In early 2017, the rural community of Delphi, Indiana, was exactly as you might envision a small town -- a main street, a few local restaurants, and the close-knit homes of 14-year-old Liberty German and her good friend, 13-year-old Abigail Williams. Liberty German and Abigail Williams.But on February 13, 2017, when the two girls set out to hike a local trail on a day off from school, all that small-town charm was ripped away. When the teens failed to meet Libby's dad that afternoon for a ride home, a massive search began. Eighteen hours later, the bodies of Libby and Abby were found in the woods, not far from the abandoned railroad bridge they'd been photographing during their hike on the Delphi Historic Trails.Police believe the girls photographed their killerAbby posted a photo of the girls crossing the railroad bridge to Snapchat a short time before they were killed.Read MoreIt...
    Trump attorneys Bruce Castor and David Schoen In two days of presentations, the House impeachment managers laid out a case that seems more than ironclad; it seems to demand action. Starting with a chilling video of events on Jan. 6, they’ve walked the case both backward and forward to demonstrate every aspect of Donald Trump’s guilt. They’ve shown how Donald Trump groomed his supporters not to accept any outcome but a Trump victory from months before the election was held. How Trump immediately began insisted that the election was being “stolen” even as the votes were still being counted. Then how Trump exhausted every legal action, attempted to strongarm state and local officials, and attempted to leverage Mike Pence into taking unconstitutional action. Finally, deprived of everything else, Trump used the army of rabid supporters who he had inflamed with “stop the steal” and directed them at the Capitol on Jan....
    Prosecutors on Thursday are expected to wrap up their arguments for the impeachment of Donald Trump, making a final push to convince wavering Senators who were perhaps swayed by their powerful case on Wednesday. Using previously-unseen video footage, graphic reconstructions and actual audio from January 6, the nine Democrat impeachment managers, who serve as prosecutors, laid out their case. Starting at noon on Wednesday, they were given 16 hours to try and convince the Senate that Trump was guilty of inciting a violent insurrection. On Thursday, they will conclude that process and the defense will then begin arguing why it is wrong to convict Trump for the deadly riot. Donald Trump's rally on January 6 before the riot was not to blame, his lawyers will argue The Senate, pictured on Tuesday, will hear further arguments for and against impeachment Congress staffers are pictured barricading themselves in offices...
    House impeachment managers on Wednesday will show never-before-seen Capitol security footage of the January 6th riot as they start their case for impeaching Donald Trump. The footage will demonstrate the extent of the violence that occurred and the threat the rioters posed to everyone in the Capitol, senior aides on the House impeachment team told CNN.  They did not say what the new footage was, or whether it came from Capitol Police or Washington DC's Metropolitan Police.  The video will show 'extreme violence' and make clear what additional safety risks were posed by the insurrection, a House aide told The Washington Post, including 'just how close Trump's mob came to senators, members of Congress and staff.' 'It will show the extent of what Donald Trump unleashed on our Capitol,' said the aide. The Democratic impeachment managers will begin their prosecution on Wednesday.   They will argue the riot, which left five dead...
    Donald Trump's legal team is still scrambling to nail down its defense strategy as a deadline looms at noon on Tuesday for the former president to reply to a charge of incitement of insurrection brought by the House last month. Over the weekend, Trump split with his previous team of lawyers, with reports indicating they were unwilling to center their legal strategy on election fraud claims. His new lawyers, which were announced Sunday, have not indicated what defense they have planned for the 45th president. Those who will represent Trump in the Senate trial next week are David Schoen, a Fox News commentator and former counsel to the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and Bruce Castor, a former county prosecutor in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania – where Trump's campaign sued over claims of fraudulently counting mail-in ballots. The team shake-up and lack of legal strategy maintains as there's just one week left...
    The two women whose allegations against Julian Assange sparked a decade-long sex crime investigation into the Wikileaks founder have spoken in public for the first time - revealing the death threats they have received as a result of the case.   Assange took refuge in Ecuador's London embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over the rape and sexual assault accusations, which he denies.  Swedish prosecutors dropped the case against Assange in 2019 because the passage of time meant there was no prospect of a conviction - but the women who made the claims in 2010 say they have been left embroiled in a bitter political row.  In an interview with Swedish broadcaster TV4, the women described being smeared as CIA 'honeytraps' meant to discredit Assange, while one of the alleged victims said an online troll had offered a $5,000 'reward' to kill her. Julian Assange, pictured in a...
    You can transform your living room into the jail cell where sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein hung himself using the new augmented reality app CrimeDoor. The app includes the 'Jeffrey Epstein Experience' that lets skeptics explore areas of the Metropolitan Correctional Center to find evidence of the case and come to a conclusion about Epstein's cause of death. The experience begins in a medical examination room with Epstein's dead body laying on a table and further ahead is a jail cell littered with orange blankets and a pair of shoes. Epstein was arrested in 2019 for sexually abusing dozens of young girls and later killed himself while awaiting trial.  Scroll down for video  CrimeDoor uses doors in your home as a 'portal' that leads to different areas of a crime scene. It has rolled out the 'Jeffery Epstein Experience' that lets users investigate the scene at the Metropolitan Correctional Center Epstein...
    President Donald Trump considered deploying the National Guard to hold off would be anti-Trump counter protesters, according to advisers familiar with the matter.  Trump is said to have expressed interest beforehand in calling the National Guard to Wednesday's demonstration and eventual assault on the Capitol to protect his own people, the New York Times reports.  Instead, Trump was resistant in calling the troops even after the mob of brazen Trump supporters descended on the Capitol and stole property. Trump is said to have expressed interest beforehand in calling the National Guard to Wednesday's demonstration and eventual assault on the Capitol Instead, Trump was resistant in calling the troops even after the mob of brazen Trump supporters descended on the Capitol.  In addition to calling the National Guard for his supporters, Trump is said to have also told advisers in the days leading up to the march that he...
    The forensic department of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in its report to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has “hinted” that the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput was suicide and not murder, sources said on Saturday. The AIIMS forensic panel under Dr. Sudhir Gupta was formed at the request of the CBI in August to assist in giving medico-legal opinion in connection with the death of the late actor. According to AIIMS sources, the forensic team in its report has hinted the death of Sushant as suicide, thus rejecting the claims of ‘poisoning’ and ‘strangling’ made by the actor’s family and their lawyer. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Friend Ganesh Hiwarkar, Ankit Acharya Reach Delhi to Protest and Demand a Speedy Probe The doctors of the AIIMS refused to share further details as the matter is sub judice. The remarks came after the AIIMS forensic body...
    Donald Kendall, Who Served Pepsi to Khrushchev, Dies at 99 See Glimpses of the 2021 BMW M3 before Its Debut Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life These 4 States Just Had Their Biggest COVID Spikes of the Whole Pandemic When the novel coronavirus first hit America, it barreled through the Northeast, hitting densely populated areas like New York City fast and hard. Over the spring and summer, as the Northeast responded with strict containment measures, there were new COVID spikes in the South and West. Now, as fall arrives, a new region is seeing serious surges in their case counts, and it's an area that was previously spared: the Midwest. This week, four states that began with very low numbers are seeing...
    San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), Jul 20 (EFE) .- PP Justice spokesman, Enrique López, has asked the PSOE and Podemos this Monday to have a “minimum liability” and recognize their mistake of insulting the PP , once the Provincial Court of Madrid has confirmed the party’s acquittal of destroying the computers of its former treasurer Luis Bárcenas. “We do not ask either the PSOE or Podemos to apologize, but at least to acknowledge the error in the insults and slander that has been spilled regarding the PP and PP people during these years,” said López during his intervention in the round table “The Constitution as a pillar of our freedoms”, in a summer course at the Complutense University of Madrid. López has pointed out that the PP always defended his innocence, he was never convicted, and today his acquittal and that of three of his workers have been confirmed...
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