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Sunday June 23rd, 2019 night edition

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It isn’t a large metropolitan area where crime is rife but a densely populated area where crime is almost non-existent.

Even more shocking was the revelation of who the murder was perpetrated by – Barbara’s very own 13-year-old great grandson and his best friend.

If you’re not safe in your own home with your own great-grandson then where are you safe?.

Antonio Barbeau and Nathan Paape looked like your average all-American boys from Sheboygan Falls, so what led them to kill Antonio’s great grandmother with such savagery?.

On that fateful afternoon of September 17th, 2012, Nathan’s oblivious mother drove the two boys down the tree-lined street of Westwynde Bluffs.

As they approached the house with the welcome sign affixed to a plant in the front garden, they said goodbye to Nathan’s mother.

Antonio Barbeau had already been convicted of first-degree intentional homicide and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum of 35 years. »

Study Finds Trump Tax Cuts Failed to Do Anything But Give Rich People Money

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But the advocates of the tax cuts insisted it wasn’t about letting the makers keep their hard-earned money rather than handing it over to the takers.

The Congressional Research Service, a kind of in-house think tank for Congress, has a new paper analyzing the effects of the Trump tax cuts.

So far, the number of Republicans reassessing their support for the Trump tax cuts is, give or take, zero. »

Sheriffs admit Raptors exec Masai Ujiri showed ID before Oracle Arena incident

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The Alameda County Sheriff's Office admitted that Raptors president of basketball operations Masai Ujiri showed his NBA identification before an alleged altercation with a sheriff's deputy last week at Oracle Arena.

Sgt. Ray Kelly, a spokesperson for the sheriff's office, told The Globe that security footage from Oracle Arena showed Ujiri hitting the deputy with "two fists" and that one struck the officer "underneath the jaw on the left side of his face."

Kelly told The Globe that the deputy pushed Ujiri first, but the executive pushed with greater force. »