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Kerala actress abduction case: Crime Branch says Dileep’s plea to quash murder conspiracy FIR a ‘bundle of lies’

KOCHI: The Crime Branch on Tuesday opposed in the Kerala High Court the plea moved by actor Dileep to quash the FIR accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, saying that his petition was a "bundle of read and distorted facts". In its statement, filed in response to the actor's plea, the agency contended that materials collected so far by it indicates a "dangerous state of affairs" in the life of several senior police officers, who were investigating the…

Business is booming in Camden

CAMDEN, S.C. — Downtown Camden is starting to look different with new business seeming to appear on every corner.   Camden City Council member, Jeffery Graham says, "when your government and private sector come together you can make things happen," adding he believes the city has done a good job backing and supporting the local businesses. RELATED: Camden preparing for a business boom thanks to…

‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Season 12 Ep. 6 Recap

According to the New York Times bestselling book about the Housewives by a man who is as hung as he is handsome (which means his member is shorter than Teresa's temper), the husbands on the Real Frank Sinatras of the PATH Train are the only husbands in the whole franchise who get a paycheck. Traditionally on the show, the men and children over the age of 18 get a stipend for the season for participating. That's why we see Joe Gorga…

Trenton police putting de-escalation training into action

It began with a call to the police. A disturbed family member with a knife was threatening to harm himself and others. Trenton police responding to the call that January day utilized new training that helped them de-escalate the situation and take the person into custody.“To be completely honest with you, the gentleman with the knife created such a life hazard to our officers that under the current attorney general guidelines for use of force, the officers would have been justified in using deadly force, but it didn't…

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Bully Boy Rendezvous – Insider NJ

The recent “news' coverage of former Governor Chris Christie and Governor Andrew Cuomo's high profile luncheon date at a trendy Manhattan Italian restaurant demonstrated that even in disgrace, this axis of ego commands fawning media attention down to the recounting of details about the fallen power couple's meal choice. Even without the official trappings of power, these two disgraced operators are granted the bandwidth to shape their own narrative by a largely compliant news media literally dependent on crumbs…

Actors Guild presents ‘Few Good Men’ | News, Sports, Jobs

PARKERSBURG — "A Few Good Men" opens 8 pm Friday for a three-week run at the Actors Guild of Parkersburg. The drama is the trial of two Marines accused of killing Pfc. William Santiago after the commanding officer orders a Code Red. The Navy lawyer assigned to defend them, prodded by a woman on the defense team, puts the mentality and the Marine Corps code of honor on trial. "A Few Good Men" was written by Aaron Sorkin, who wrote "The West Wing." The main characters were played on the silver…

Payments to Jackson vendors, JPS sidelined after majority of council votes against it

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - As Jackson’s mayor and a city councilman trade unproven claims about elected officials, the rift between the two parts of city government gets wider.On Tuesday, that meant some of the public’s business didn’t get approved.Jackson’s claims docket -- which includes payments to vendors for services rendered to the city -- not just failed once, but later attempts to reconsider it also failed, too.Those larger payments include $13.8 million in utility taxes owed to Jackson Public Schools and more than…

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