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Sunday July 10th, 2022 morning edition

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A security alert issued for the Jewish community in San Antonio, Texas, was lifted after the FBI informed the Jewish Federation of San Antonio that there is no longer a "known imminent threat," the federation announced on Facebook late Friday night.

Earlier Friday, the community was put on high alert following a credible threat identified by the FBI.

In a Facebook post shared by the Jewish Federation of San Antonio, the organization stated that they had received information from the FBI "identifying a potential threat to an unconfirmed Jewish community facility in the San Antonio area.".

"In an abundance of caution, we are taking all appropriate steps to ensure the safety of the community."

Security personnel across all synagogues in the area have been notified and are operating at the highest alert level.

The Secure Community Network (SCN), the official safety and security organization of the Jewish community in North America, released a statement following reports on alert in San Antonio Texas.

Rez added that “Today, Jewish life in San Antonio was shut down based on warnings from the FBI prompting alerts throughout the Jewish community to avoid gathering in synagogue on the Sabbath or at any local Jewish facility. »

Group offers up to $250 for SCOTUS justices sightings after Kavanaugh protest

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Driving the news: This comes just days after Justice Brett Kavanaugh was forced to exit a restaurant in D.C. after abortion rights protesters showed up outside the premises.

The group is specifically targeting Kavanaugh and fellow Justices Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett and Chief Justice John Roberts.

If you see Kavanaugh, Alito, Thomas, Gorsuch, Coney Barrett or Roberts DM us with the details!," ShutDownDC said in a tweet. »

Arizona makes it illegal for bystanders to record cops at close range

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The new Arizona law requires any bystanders recording police activity in the state to stand at a minimum of 8 feet away from the action.

Sponsored by Republican state representative John Kavanagh, the law known as H.B. 2319 makes it illegal to record police at close range.

This week, Kavanagh has succeeded in making close-range recording illegal in Arizona, with only a few exceptions. »

Abe shooter was upset over mother's donations to religious group

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Tetsuya Yamagami, 41, has also admitted that he intended to kill Abe, believing he had ties with the group, the sources said.

Lawmakers and voters have also criticized the shooting of Abe as shaking the foundation of democracy and exposing flaws in the security of dignitaries.

Abe died from blood loss, the police said, with an autopsy determining that there were two gunshot wounds on his upper left arm and neck. »

Expose your fears inside Code Alkonost – an upcoming survival horror game rooted in Slavic Mythology.

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Powered by Unreal Engine, Code Alkonost explores psychological and survival horror elements inside a dark fantasy world inspired by Slavic mythology and medievalism style.

Code Alkonost is an upcoming single-player adventure horror game.

As passionate gamers and fans of classic survival horror video games, they are developing Code Alkonost, their most anticipated project to date. »