The Daily Populous

Saturday September 11st, 2021 morning edition

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Alvarez, arrested September 8 nearly a year after the murder, is being held at the El Paso County Detention Center.

The couple was targeted on November 14, 2020, shortly after the U.S. presidential election, at their home in the 3000 block of Copper Avenue in Central El Paso.

After Alvarez shot and killed the woman, he allegedly made his way through the detached garage door and entered the backyard.

The court document obtained by KDBC-TV in El Paso states Alvarez walked up a flight of stairs to an outdoor patio deck.

Alvarez then allegedly fired several rounds through the closed wrought iron door, striking the husband, the court document states.

He identified Memorial Park, near the murdered woman’s home, as a “ritualistic satanic ground to conduct abortions by the manner of magic.”.

Furthermore, the email Alvarez allegedly wrote claims he targeted the Kaufmann’s home near Memorial Park because they voted for Biden and had a Biden “flag and a doll of Trump hanging.”. »

Prince Andrew served with paperwork in sexual assault lawsuit

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Representatives of the woman who claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew say they have managed to serve the duke with the lawsuit’s paperwork.

‘On multiple occasions Prince Andrew intentionally touched (Roberts) in an offensive and sexual manner without her consent’.

MORE : Prince Harry is now the least popular royal after Prince Andrew. »

Denmark lifts all Covid restrictions as vaccinations top 80%

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More than 80% of people above the age of 12 in the Scandinavian country have had the two shots, leading the Danish government to declare as of midnight it no longer considers Covid-19 a “socially critical” disease.

The tipping point in Denmark to start easing restrictions came when a majority in the 50+ age group had both shots, Riis Paludan said.

Distancing is still recommended and strict entry restrictions still apply for non-Danes at the borders. »

Oklahoma governor removes only physicians from medical board

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Stitt has removed the only two physicians from the board that oversees the state's Medicaid agency.

FILE - In this May 17, 2021, file photo, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a news conference in Oklahoma City.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt removed the only two physicians from the board that oversees the state’s Medicaid agency, just a week after the board voted 7-1 to delay implementing rules on Stitt’s plan to privatize some Medicaid services. »