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Monday June 22nd, 2020 morning edition

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Men accused of vandalizing Black Lives Matter sign in Westlake Village work for sheriff, DA.

Three Thousand Oaks men — including two who worked for local law enforcement agencies — were recently arrested on suspicion of vandalizing a Black Lives Matter sign in Westlake Village, authorities said.

Another Thousand Oaks man, 59-year-old Craig Anderson, was allegedly caught on camera on May 31 cutting the sign down.

More news: Juneteenth rallies in Simi and Thousand Oaks have same message: Black lives matter.

The citation will be referred to the Attorney General's office as a matter of DA policy, officials said.

A 58-year-old man who works for a private company has also been cited for allegedly damaging the sign.

The Thousand Oaks resident was seen June 11 stopping his work truck in front of the sign, getting out and spray painting graffiti on it. »

Trump Admitted to a Crime Against Humanity Last Night. And No, He Wasn’t Joking.

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Trump boasted that he had asked his officials to slow down COVID-19 testing because the rising number of cases was making him look bad.

“Here’s the bad part: when you do testing to that extent, you’re going to find more people, you’re going to find more cases.

And it constitutes one of the greatest criminal abuses of power in all of American history by a sitting president. »

Kosher lube puts oral sex on the menu for Orthodox Jews

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For the first time, Orthodox Jews can buy sexual lubricants that have been declared kosher.

Orthodox Jews spread all sorts of cosmetics over their bodies without checking they are kosher.

But among Orthodox Jews the significance is clear – 14 years after Rabbi Shmuley Boteach struck a blow for openness by publishing his hit book Kosher Sex this is the first rabbinic innovation to help kosher oral sex. »

WHO reports largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases

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GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases by its count, at more than 183,000 new cases in the latest 24 hours.

Overall in the pandemic, WHO reported 8,708,008 cases — 183,020 in the last 24 hours — with 461,715 deaths worldwide, with a daily increase of 4,743.

In Asia, China and South Korea reported new coronavirus cases Sunday in outbreaks that threatened to set back their recoveries. »