The Daily Populous

Friday May 28th, 2021 evening edition

image for Man who sucker-punched 12-year-old boy who was dancing gets 7 years in prison

A 205-pound man who sucker-punched a 12-year-old boy who was dancing on a Missouri street corner last summer has been sentenced to 7 years in prison, The Smoking Gun reports.

Moore then runs back to the vehicle and leaves the scene.

Just before the attack as he was approaching Hagler, Moore could be seen mocking Hagler by doing a dance of his own.

Hagler was taken to the hospital with bleeding from his nose and head and was treated for his injuries.

Moore had turned himself in to police in July of last year and pled guilty earlier this month.

At the time of the attack, which caused widespread outrage online, Moore was on probation for a 2019 felony domestic assault.

According to The Smoking Gun, the assault on Hagler violated the terms of his probation, which added an extra four years to his sentence. »

Homeless woman lived in man's closet for year

Authored by

Police found the 58-year-old woman Thursday hiding in the top compartment of the man’s closet and arrested her for trespassing, police spokesman Hiroki Itakura from southern Kasuya town said Friday.

The resident of the home installed security cameras that transmitted images to his mobile phone after becoming puzzled by food disappearing from his kitchen over the past several months.

She had moved a mattress into the small closet space and apparently even took showers, Itakura said, calling the woman "neat and clean. »

Mitch McConnell Saw the Insurrection Clearly and Then Decided He Liked It

Authored by
image for

McConnell made it clear that he understood that Donald Trump had blood on his hands.

Of course, that speech came after McConnell voted to acquit Trump on the article of impeachment that was passed concerning Trump’s role in the insurrection.

Mitch McConnell himself said Donald Trump was “morally and practically responsible” for trauma that Sicknick and others suffered at the Capitol. »

Efficient meat and dairy farming needed to curb methane emissions, study finds

Authored by
image for

But a new study finds that improving the efficiency of livestock production will be an even more effective strategy for reducing global methane emissions.

The authors found in the past two decades, advances in farming have made it possible to produce meat, eggs and milk with an increasingly smaller methane footprint.

The authors show that improving the efficiency of livestock farming, especially in some emerging economies, will be necessary to make meaningful cuts to methane emissions. »