The Daily Populous

Saturday March 25th, 2023 day edition

image for GOP Rep. Jim Jordan says he can't comment on Trump's post threatening violence because he's unable to read it without his glasses

Jim Jordan said he couldn't comment on Trump's statement that there could be "death" and "destruction" if he's indicted.

Jordan initially said he hadn't read Trump's Truth Social post.

When a reporter showed him the post, Jordan said he couldn't read well without his glasses.

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NBC News' Sahil Kapur reported that he asked Jordan about his thoughts on Trump's warning, but Jordan said he hadn't seen the former president's Truth Social post.

Kapur added that when he showed Jordan Trump's post, the Ohio congressman replied that he couldn't read it well without his glasses.

He and his lawyers have also accused Bragg of trying to bring a politically motivated prosecution against the former president. »

Police sue rapper Afroman for "humiliation" and "loss of reputation" after he used footage of home raid to make new music and videos

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There were "dozens" of videos and images across numerous social media platforms, they said, that "clearly portray" their images and likeness.

Videos posted by Foreman show police breaking down his door as they entered the home wielding weapons.

We are planning to counter sue for the unlawful raid, money being stolen, and for the undeniable damage this had on my clients family, career and property. »

After Xi's visit to Moscow Chinese logistics giant stops shipping goods to Russia

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After Xi's visit to Moscow Chinese logistics giant stops shipping goods to Russia Friday, March 24, 2023 1:00:00 PM.

After the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Moscow, during which the Russian and Chinese sides declared a strategic partnership and economic cooperation, the largest logistics company in China stopped the shipment of goods to Russia from its warehouses in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

Representatives of OOCL said that they were not going to load goods into containers or transfer them to a third-party carrier. »

Austria to arrest Putin and bring him to Hague if he decides to visit

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Source: This was stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Austria in response to a request from Ukrinform, reports European Pravda.

Quote: "Austria is a party to the Rome Statute.

Last week, the Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin on 17 March, in view of the situation in Ukraine. »