The Daily Populous

Thursday June 3rd, 2021 evening edition

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Jackass director Jeff Tremaine filed a restraining order against Bam Margera just a week ago, with the court granting that Margera must stay a “minimum of 100 yards away from Jeff, his wife, and children.”.

Following the filing, Tremaine has now revealed that it was death threats from Margera that among other things, led him to resorting the restraining order.

If you don‘t sign the paper, look at you children.

Prior to the issued restraining order, Margera had taken to Instagram to state that the Jackass members had mistreated him, amid struggling with bipolar disorder.

As reported by Complex, Steve-O refused to stay silent, commenting on the post to defend both Knoxville and Tremaine.

He said, “The two people you’re saying wronged you (Knoxville and Tremaine) are the same two people who organized the intervention which saved my life.”.

He continued, “Everyone bent over backwards to get you in the movie, and all you had to do was not get loaded. »

Italy shocked as infamous Mafia boss Giovanni Brusca is freed after 25 years

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The release of former Mafia boss Giovanni Brusca, who turned state's evidence after his 1996 arrest, has provoked outrage among the public, politicians and the relatives of his victims.

The boy's body was then dissolved in a barrel of acid, in a horrific act of revenge against his father, Santino Di Matteo.

The state is rowing against us" - she told Italian news agency Adnkronos - "The whole of Italy should be outraged.". »

Prosecutors seek 30-year sentence for Derek Chauvin; defense requests probation

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Prosecutors have asked a judge to sentence Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the murder of George Floyd, to 30 years in prison.

In a sentencing brief filed Wednesday, prosecutors cite the trial judge's ruling last month that there were four aggravating factors in Floyd's murder.

The ruling paved the way for Cahill to sentence Chauvin to more than 15 years in prison, the longest punishment for second-degree murder under state sentencing guidelines. »

'Five-alarm fire': Liberals use Jan. 6 panel blockade as rallying cry to abolish filibuster

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WASHINGTON — More than 100 liberal groups are urging Senate Democrats to abolish the 60-vote threshold, using the Republican blockade of a commission to investigate the Capitol riot as a rallying cry.

Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, the two most outspoken proponents of the filibuster in the party.

Now, they see the failure of the effort to create a Jan. 6 commission as a way to press their case. »