The Daily Populous

Monday December 19th, 2022 day edition

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Police have said little about the incident but say they’ve yet to find a link between the confrontation and the jet-tracking account.

As the sole owner of Twitter, Musk can dictate policies as he chooses.

He also provided The Post with videos he shot of Musk’s security guard that matched the one Musk had posted to Twitter.

But he said his unit had no evidence to suggest the man police were investigating had used the jet-tracking account.

A volunteer with the investigative journalism group Bellingcat used the video Musk posted to locate the incident to the gas station.

Two former employees in contact with Twitter staff told The Post that the suspensions were at one time marked “direction of Elon.”.

On Sunday, Musk posted videos showing he was attending the World Cup championship game in Qatar. »

Russian oligarchs believe Putin tricked them into appearing to support the war in Ukraine, and got them all sanctioned, report says

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Russian oligarchs say Putin tricked them into supporting his war in Ukraine, per The New York Times.

When Putin announced the invasion, they were gathered before cameras "to tar everyone there," The Times reported.

But Putin's war has increasingly become a point of pride for the Russian president, who seems to hope it will cement his glory in Russian history. »

10 states have now banned the sale of cosmetics tested on animals

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New York became the tenth state to ban the sale of cosmetics tested on animals after Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a measure into law Thursday evening.

The law, known as the New York Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, prohibits the sale and manufacturing of cosmetics that have been tested on animals.

The Humane Cosmetics Act – which was introduced in the House in December 2021 – would ban the sale and manufacturing of animal tested cosmetics throughout the US. »

85-year-old convicted of disorderly conduct after feeding feral cats

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Roberts received a warning from county officials to stop feeding cats in downtown Wetumpka by the courthouse dumpster in March.

They said that county officials had told her to stop feeding cats by the courthouse dumpsters and that she was trespassing, Shashy said.

The disorderly conduct charge came about when Roberts grew angry at being told she couldn’t give her car keys to Alston. »