The Daily Populous

Sunday September 13rd, 2020 night edition

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“Dalia is the most misunderstood woman in the United States,” Brian Claypool, her attorney, told “20/20” in a recent interview.

“The perception that people have in the world about Dalia does not equate with the Dalia that I know.”.

After three trials and two convictions, the 37-year-old is currently being held at the Lowell Correctional Facility in Marion County, Florida.

In fact, Dalia Dippolito didn't even have a criminal record when this all went down,” Claypool said.

Prosecutors argued Dalia Dippolito wanted control of the couple’s Palm Beach County townhouse and her husband’s bank account.

In 2011, Dalia Dippolito went to trial for the first time and was found guilty of solicitation to commit first-degree murder.

The Boynton Beach Police Department denied any wrongdoing and said they were gathering evidence against Dalia Dippolito. »

The USPS is accused of 'confusing' voters by mailing all Americans 'postcards with misinformation' about voting

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The United States Postal Service was accused Friday of misleading American voters in mailing the same postcard about absentee voting to all Americans despite variances among how states are choosing to conduct their November election.

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, a Democrat, said Friday that the USPS postcard was inaccurate and could be "confusing" to voters.

The nationwide USPS mailer encourages voters to plan ahead if they decide to cast their ballot by mail. »

'I'm not comfortable living here': More Americans did actually try to move to Canada since Trump's 2016 election

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Canada saw an uptick in Americans trying to move to Canada following Trump's win, according to the new figures from Immigration Canada.

In 2015, a little over 6,800 Americans tried to apply for permanent residency in Canada, followed by just over 7,700 in 2016.

Still, according to the figures from Immigration Canada, enough Americans felt that push to establish a trend of increased applications. »

Crowd cheers as Charlottesville takes down statue of Confederate soldier

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Instead, Charlottesville removed a bronze figure of a Confederate soldier, known as “At Ready”, that has stood for 111 years outside the Albemarle county courthouse.

“Much of the racial tension, strife and protest we’re seeing across the country emanates from right here in Charlottesville.

In Charlottesville, news reports said armed individuals and militia groups have made periodic “patrols” around Confederate monuments. »