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Wednesday November 10th, 2021 night edition

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Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is facing growing calls to be arrested or expelled from Congress after the lawmaker shared an anime video depicting him killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

Congressman Rep. Gosar sparked fierce backlash on Sunday after he tweeted an anime video that showed him killing Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.

The video, based on the anime Attack on Titan, shows Rep. Gosar killing the New York lawmaker with a sword before launching himself at President Joe Biden.

The video and depiction of violence against Rep. Ocasio-Cortez led numerous figures to call for Rep. Gosar to be arrested or expelled from Congress.

Executive director at the Democratic Coalition Scott Dworkin said he wanted police to take action against Rep. Gosar.

Dworkin said in a tweet posted on Monday night: "Paul Gosar needs to be banned from Twitter permanently.

Rep. Gosar has previously faced fierce criticism after being listed as attending a fundraiser with white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes. »

Woman charged for crying during surgery

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One woman learned this the hard way when she went to her doctor to get a mole removed.

She cried at one point during the operation, and her bill, which she posted to Twitter, showed an $11 charge for "Brief Emotion" and a billing code of CPT Code 96127.

So not only will clinicians have more efficient practices by utilizing these screenings, but they can also use them to build revenue." »

Todd Howard: Making Starfield Was Now Or Never, Even If Elder Scrolls 6 Had To Wait

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Elder Scrolls fans love to joke about the long gap between Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls 6, which is now 10 years and counting.

Bethesda Game Studios ultimately decided to push forward with Starfield, effectively putting The Elder Scrolls 6 on the backburner.

Ultimately, the success of Elder Scrolls Online and the overall health of the franchise gave Bethesda the confidence to focus on Starfield, Howard said. »

2 ex-Oklahoma officers convicted of murder for Tasering man over 50 times

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Two former Oklahoma police officers who used Tasers over 50 times on an unarmed man who later died have been convicted of second-degree murder, the New York Times reported Monday.

It's also an example of excessive force being used by police, argued prosecutors — who noted that "in Oklahoma, officers are only permitted to use the degree of force "reasonably necessary under the circumstances," according to the NYT.

Police were instructed that the use of Tasers should be limited to 15 seconds, prosecutors said, per the NYT. »