The Daily Populous

Friday July 21st, 2023 night edition

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Indeed, she didn’t seem to care.

My son died for you to just go do that,” said Brett Cross, whose son was shot and killed at the Uvalde shooting, as Boebert walked by without even looking at him.

“She does not give a damn,” Cross said in a video Tuesday, with a poster of his son in the background.

“And what she seems to forget is that her son is 17, still in school.

She about to have a grandbaby, and in a few years, that could be their pin, and she don’t give a rat’s ass,” he continued. »

Judge: West Virginia can’t require incarcerated atheist to participate in religious programming

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A federal judge in West Virginia has ruled that the state corrections agency can’t force an incarcerated atheist and secular humanist to participate in religiously-affiliated programming to be eligible for parole.

He can either “submit to government coercion and engage in religious exercise at odds with his own beliefs,” or “remain incarcerated until at least April 2025.”.

“No one should be forced to set aside their moral or religious creed as a precondition of their parole,” Nash said. »

Greenpoint mystery solved: serial litterer was NYPD sergeant

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In April, the serial litterer was finally identified to residents as NYPD Sergeant John Trzcinski.

An NYPD probe resulted in discipline for Trzcinski: loss of one vacation day, according to public records.

Gothamist reviewed notes and correspondence with the NYPD and sanitation department about the mystery. »

Medical abortion pill to become easier to access across Australia as restrictions scrapped

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Medical abortions will become easier to access under rules that allow doctors and pharmacists without specialist certification to prescribe termination pills.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has scrapped restrictions on the prescription of medical abortion pills, which are used in the early stages of an unwanted pregnancy.

“The TGA’s changes will enable greater access to medical abortion for women throughout Australia and will reduce unnecessary red tape for the GPs who provide these essential services,” she said. »

Church’s executive pastor gets 18-month prison sentence for stealing $130,000 to pay gambling debts

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire executive pastor has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing about $130,000 from his church to pay off gambling debts and make purchases.

Prosecutors said that between January 2017 and March 2020, Neal made unauthorized withdrawals of the church’s funds to pay off his debts and made unauthorized purchases with church credit cards.

His lawyer asked for a sentence of five years of probation to allow Neal to continue running his carpentry business so he can pay back the church and support his family. »