The Daily Populous

Saturday June 10th, 2023 day edition

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He just caught a criminal case that could send him to prison for the rest of his life.

T The outlook for Trump in this second case appears grim, former prosecutors said.

“The charges in this case are likely very serious,” said Barbara McQuade, the former top federal prosecutor in Detroit.

But that case could easily result in no prison time at all, even if Trump is found guilty at trial.

Trump himself announced the criminal case against him on Thursday evening.

Otherwise, Trump’s lawyers could have their security clearances pulled, which would make it hard for them to continue working on the case effectively.

“In this case, Trump can’t even be Trump,” Nichols said. »

Colombia plane crash: Missing children found after more than a month in Amazon

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Four young children have been found alive after more than a month wandering the Amazon where they survived like “children of the jungle,” according to Colombia’s President Gustavo Petro.

“They are children of the jungle and now they are children of Colombia,” he added.

Four medics, including a pediatrician and a neonatologist, provided treatment on board the plane, according to the air force. »

Officer who raced to Parkland massacre scene testifies against deputy who stayed outside

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Officer who raced to Parkland massacre scene testifies against deputy who stayed outside.

PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — A police officer who rushed into a high school building during the 2018 Parkland shooting testified Friday that a sheriff’s deputy outside confirmed that the shooter was upstairs.

On the third day of Peterson’s trial, Coral Springs officer Richard Best related what he says Peterson told him outside the classroom building, WPLG-TV reported. »

Army veteran who disarmed Club Q attacker to lead first Pride parade since the shooting

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Richard Fierro, a decorated Army veteran who was one of two individuals who tackled and subdued the gunman inside Club Q, will lead the Colorado Springs Pikes Peak Pride in remembrance of the five people killed in the shooting.

Sabrina Aston, the mother of Daniel Aston, 28, who died in the shooting, will also be walking in the parade.

But again, I think most folks in any parade now, whatever parade that is, there’s a fear there,” Fierro said. »

Man gets sued after leaving his blind date and her 23 relatives at restaurant

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A man in China ended up in a legal battle after walking out on a blind date who expected him to pay for her and 23 of her relatives.

To Liu’s surprise, Zhang arrived at the restaurant accompanied by 23 relatives, who joined them on their date.

Legal experts argued that the presence of 23 relatives during what was supposed to be a blind date surpassed far beyond generally accepted norms. »