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Wednesday November 30th, 2022 day edition

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Financial disclosure forms have revealed that contrary to his claims of deep ties to the state of Georgia, Republican nominee Herschel Walker in fact appears to have used his property there as a source of rental income rather than as a residence.

Mr Walker has not commented on the various reports about his residency.

Mr Walker’s campaign has been wracked by scandal and embarrassment ever since he first announced he was running.

One of his accusers recently played tapes of explicit phonecalls between herself and the former NFL star at a press conference.

With one week to go till votes are counted in the second round, many polls show the two men in an effective tie. »

Oath Keepers founder guilty of sedition in U.S. Capitol attack plot

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Four other Oath Keepers members face seditious conspiracy charges, as do members of the right-wing Proud Boys group, including its former chairman Enrique Tarrio.

[1/4] Oath Keepers founder, Stewart Rhodes, speaks during the Patriots Day Free Speech Rally in Berkeley, California, U.S. April 15, 2017.

Caldwell, who like Rhodes did not enter the Capitol building and never formally joined the Oath Keepers, tried to downplay some of the inflammatory texts he sent around the attack. »

Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel Pre-Production Won’t Begin Until 2023

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Pre-production work on the sequel to CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 will not begin until sometime in the year 2023.

Kiciński responded by stating that the studio expects to enter the pre-production phase of development for the sequel by 2023.

According to Kiciński, following the release of the expansion “Phantom Liberty,” the studio would begin work on the follow-up to Cyberpunk 2077. »

Every monk in Thai temple defrocked after testing positive for meth

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Four monks, including an abbot, at a temple in Phetchabun province's Bung Sam Phan district tested positive for methamphetamine on Monday, district official Boonlert Thintapthai told AFP.

"The temple is now empty of monks and nearby villagers are concerned they cannot do any merit-making," he said.

In July, more than 5,000 pounds of meth was found in a record-breaking seizure in Southern California. »