The Daily Populous

Friday April 28th, 2023 day edition

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(WLBT/Gray News) – A Mississippi family is searching for answers about what happened to their son after his remains were found in three separate places.

Attorney Ben Crump is now involved, as he and the family said they believe this could have been a racially motivated murder.

A second set of his remains was found later, and a third set was found Feb. 23.

Crump said the family was notified via email about their son’s DNA match to the remains.

The family of Rasheem Carter and attorney Ben Crump are calling on the DOJ to investigate his death.

Based solely upon the condition of Carter’s remains, no cause of death “could be reasonably determined” by the medical examiner’s office.

“My son told me that it was three truckloads of white guys trying to kill him,” his mother Tiffany Carter said. »

Denmark's Armed Forces confirm Russian ship was seen near the site of Nord Stream explosion

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The SS-750 Crane Ship sailing under the flag of the Russian Federation was spotted near the Nord Stream gas pipeline four days before the pipeline explosion on 26 September 2022.

Details: The Danish Armed Forces have confirmed that a Danish patrol boat captured 26 photos of the Russian vessel in the area east of Bornholm Island on 22 September 2022.

The Russian ship is designed for underwater operations and has an AS-26 Priz mini-submarine on board. »

Ron DeSantis blows up at reporter over question about Guantanamo Bay prisoner claims

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Ron DeSantis angrily chastised a reporter on Thursday as he spoke in Jerusalem, and denied that the had been present for force-feedings during his service at the US military prison at Guanatanamo Bay.

The moment occurred as Mr DeSantis gave a press conference at the Museum of Tolerance, a cultural centre in the Israeli territory of West Jerusalem.

“I don’t remember exactly when DeSantis came because we had no watch, no calendar, nothing,” Mr Adayfi told The Independent. »

Dennis Maliq Barnes, a high school senior graduating two years early, has been offered admission at more than 170 colleges and more than $9 million in scholarships

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A high school senior in Louisiana has received more than 170 college acceptance letters and more than $9 million in scholarship offers.

Dennis Maliq Barnes, a 16-year-old senior at International High School of New Orleans, told CNN he wasn’t initially looking to set any records.

Barnes said he began applying to schools in August 2022 and took pride in watching the acceptances and scholarships roll in. »