The Daily Populous

Thursday April 21st, 2022 day edition

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Gray News) - A bill in Tennessee passed the Senate that would require a person to pay child support if they kill a parent and are convicted of vehicular homicide due to intoxication.

Tennessee lawmakers unanimously passed House Bill 1834 on Wednesday.

The bill was also amended to include the names of fallen police officer Nicholas Galinger’s children.

Galinger was a Chattanooga police officer when he was struck and killed in February 2019 by a woman, Janet Hinds, who was driving while intoxicated, officials said.

The 38-year-old rookie officer was inspecting a manhole cover that had water flowing from it that evening when Hinds hit him with her car and fled, according to the Associated Press.

Hinds was found guilty earlier this year in the fatal hit-and-run and sentenced to 11 years in prison.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene complains that ‘nasty’ media will be in courtroom for hearing that could see her lose her job

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A group of five voters from Ms Greene's district is suing the congresswoman, alleging that she is ineligible to run for federal office under the 14th Amendment.

The group claims she "voluntarily aided and engaged" in the Capitol riot insurrection, which should invalidate her ability to hold federal office under the 14th Amendment.

That amendment was ratified after the Civil War to prevent Confederate officers and officials from holding public office in the US. »

Ukraine reveals Russian military plans for “full-scale invasion of Belarus”

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To support its claim, Ukrainian intelligence released what it says is a secret Russian military document that lays out the justification and plan for an invasion of Belarus.

The document outlined a “plan to regroup the formations and military units of the First Tank Army in the vicinity of the mission” to invade Belarus.

This appears to have removed the need for a full-scale Russian invasion of Belarus. »

God of War director asks fans to be patient for Ragnarök news: ‘Something cool is coming’

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Sony Santa Monica Studio’s Cory Barlog has asked fans to remain patient for news on the upcoming sequel God of War Ragnarök.

Barlog directed 2007’s God of War 2 and the acclaimed 2018 series reboot God of War, which celebrates the fourth anniversary of its release today.

Amazon was said to be in negotiations with Sony to secure the God of War streaming rights for Prime Video. »