The Daily Populous

Tuesday May 12nd, 2020 evening edition

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An autopsy report released late Monday showed Ahmaud Arbery was shot three times, including twice in the chest, according to multiple media reports.

It confirmed that Arbery was shot three times, as suggested by a video taken of the incident, according to a report from CNN affiliate WSB.

The coroner’s report shows Arbery was grazed on his right wrist by one bullet and was hit in the chest by two others, according to WSB.

WSB also reports that in a routine check the autopsy found no signs of alcohol or drugs in his system.

Arbery, 25, was jogging in his Satilla Shores, Georgia, neighborhood on February 23 when he was fatally shot.

According to a police report, the elder McMichael said he thought Arbery looked like a suspect in a series of recent break-ins.

Gregory McMichael grabbed a handgun, his son grabbed a shotgun, and then they chased Arbery, Gregory McMichael told police, the police report says. »

Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow and Sebastian Vettel decide not to extend their contract

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Maranello, 12 May 2020 - Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow and Sebastian Vettel have jointly decided not to extend the current contract covering Sebastian’s services as a driver with the team, beyond its current expiry date of the end of the 2020 Formula 1 season.

"This is a decision taken jointly by ourselves and Sebastian, one which both parties feel is for the best.

Scuderia Ferrari occupies a special place in Formula 1 and I hope it gets all the success it deserves. »

Hong Kong Government Will Prioritize Bill to Make Booing China’s National Anthem Punishable by Prison

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The proposed law is aimed at ensuring that residents of Hong Kong, a semi-autonomous Chinese territory, respect China’s national anthem.

Under the bill, those who use the anthem for commercial purposes, or publicly and intentionally insult the anthem, such as booing it during soccer games, could face fines of up to 50,000 Hong Kong dollars ($6,450) and up to three years in prison.

“Two of the bills have been delayed for a very long time, and they are the national anthem bill and the patents amendment bill,” Lam said at a news conference. »

Halo 3 blamed for poor box office sales

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Film executives are blaming Halo 3 for lower than expected October box office numbers, which on the weekend of the 5th were down a whopping 27 percent from the same time last year.

Many film executives, reports Advertising Age, are convinced thatthe kidsstayed indoors to play Master Chief's latest, which let's not forget broke all box office records by making $170 million on its first day.

So you can see why a good portion of 18-34s were busy shooting people in the face rather than watching Ben Stiller. »

‘Hamilton’ Course Change: Disney Sets July 3 Streaming Release For $75 Million Lin-Manuel Miranda Musical

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Disney has just changed its plans to release a filmed version of the Lin-Manuel Miranda Broadway musical Hamilton.

It now will be released July 3 on Disney+, accelerating an original October 15, 2021, theatrical release, followed by a Disney+ berth.

This comes after Disney moved up the release of the 10-part Michael Jordan docu The Last Dance from a planned release on ESPN during the NBA playoffs. »