The Daily Populous

Sunday August 8th, 2021 evening edition

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A Washington man serving time for a wild police chase found himself sharing a cell with the convicted child rapist who had once victimized his sister – so he killed him.

In a statement to the court, Goldsby apologized to Munger’s family, the Spokane-based KHQ-TV reported.

"I cannot imagine what it would be like to lose a loved one in this kind of way," his statement read.

"To his wife and his whole family I apologize.

I am so sorry and I hope you are able to heal from what I caused.".

According to court documents, Goldsby snapped and beat Munger unconscious from behind with punches and kicks, and surveillance cameras recorded the whole thing.

Munger was convicted in December 2019 of child rape, child molestation and possession of child pornography. »

GTA and Red Dead Publisher Is Working On “New Iterations” of Previously Released Games

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Take-Two Interactive is working on new iterations of three previously released games along with Grand Theft Auto V, GTA Online, and Kerbal Space Program.

GTA Online has yet to get a standalone release while Red Dead Online has already received one.

As for the three other games, if we had to guess, they could be Red Dead 1 Remake, Red Dead 2 for PS5 and XSX, and GTA IV for PS5 and XSX. »

Olympic Chief’s Deep Ties to Uyghur Slave Labor Revealed

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ANTA has financially supported the foundation since its 2012 launch and has run the Olympic Charity Collaboration Alliance with the foundation since 2013.

The brand is an active board member on the Samaranch Foundation, with CEO Ding Shizhong serving as its vice president.

But Salisachs’ personal ties to a brand that is “boasting the use of slave labor in Xinjiang” clearly violates that pledge, according to Human Rights Watch researcher Yaqiu Wang. »

‘People think you’re an idiot’: death metal Irish baron rewilds his estate

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“You’d be surprised when you live in a castle how many times people think you’re an idiot,” says Plunkett, the 21st baron of Dunsany.

Some people considered it disgraceful neglect of an estate associated with agricultural innovation, he said.

Last year Dunsany became the first Irish member of the European Rewilding Network, an advocacy group for wildernesses across Europe. »

Britney Spears just bought her first ever iPad and she's beyond excited

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Britney Spears has cause for celebration -- she's finally the proud owner of an iPad, calling it "a ground-breaking day.

She told her 32.9 million followers: "My life does seem different with an iPad...

"In the accompanying video, the Grammy winner tells the camera: "Okay guys, great news -- I got my first iPad today. »