The Daily Populous

Wednesday June 20th, 2018 day edition

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A sick stalker who threatened to throw acid in his victim's face - and then called a police officer investigating him to brag he would never been caught - has been jailed.

Charlie Brooker, 30, carried out a campaign of abuse towards a woman - making threats made towards her in person as well as through texts, emails and online messages.

He also threatened to harm the victim’s partner and damage her property.

On one occasion, he went to her house and was seen holding a craft knife.

Brooker learned that his victim had gone to the police about his behaviour in December and left his home, sold his car and took steps to conceal his location from investigators.

He was jailed for two years and four months in prison.

Police Constable Thomas Moss who investigated the case said: "Brooker has shown himself to be a threatening and dangerous criminal. »

What?!! Little Richard Got HOW MUCH Money From Michael Jackson?!!

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According to Celebrity Net Worth, Little Richard’s net worth is $40 million, so we’re sure those publishing checks had a lot to do with that.

As we all know, most soul artists were not getting paid what they were worth back in the day and Little Richard was caught up in that mix.

One thing about Micheal is that he was not as soft spoken as we may have thought and he was NOT one to be tested on any level. »

Trump officially quits the UN Human Rights Council

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Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced the U.S. departure from the U.N. rights body at the State Department.

“We have no doubt there was once a noble vision for this council, but we need to be honest, the Human Rights Council is a poor defender of human rights,” Pompeo said.

“For too long the human rights council has been a protector of human rights abusers and a cesspool of political bias. »

Senate passes cannabis legalization bill in final vote

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The vote was on a motion from Sen. Peter Harder, the Government Representative in the Senate, to accept the government’s position on the Senate's amendments and pass the bill as is.

Leader of the Independent Senators Group Sen. Yuen Pau Woo told reporters after the vote that the mammoth study of Bill C-45 was “a bit of a stress test” for the increasingly Independent Senate.

The House has yet to send this message back to the Senate but once that occurs, Bill C-46 is in for a similar final debate and vote, as seen with Bill C-45, where senators will have to decide whether they insist, or accept and pass the bill. »

All-you-can-eat restaurant closes after customers eat too much

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The Chinese hot pot restaurant Jiamener started out by offering a month of unlimited food for $25 USD starting June 1.

Customers paid the fee and got a membership card that entitled them to unlimited food for the month.

Owners told ABC Australia they didn't think they'd lose money but rather that the could accumulate more repeat customers. »