The Daily Populous

Thursday August 17th, 2023 morning edition

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NBC News is choosing not to name the website featuring the addresses to avoid further spreading the information.

The grand jurors' purported addresses were spotted by Advance Democracy, a nonpartisan research group founded by Daniel J. Jones, a former FBI investigator and staffer for the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee.

Advance Democracy also noted that users were posting the names and images of people believed to have been grand jurors on other social media sites.

The indictment issued Monday lists the names of the grand jury members but not their addresses or other personal information.

— Advance Democracy said Trump supporters were "using the term ‘rigger’ in lieu of a racial slur" in posts.

The grand jurors have come under attack in the days since Trump's indictment, the fourth criminal indictment brought against the twice-impeached former president.

“These jurors have signed their death warrant by falsely indicting President Trump," a post on a pro-Trump forum read in response to a post including the names of jurors, which was viewed by NBC News. »

Russia confirms it hit Swedish plant in Lutsk, saying it was a military target

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The Russian Embassy in Sweden, in a rude comment, confirmed the strike on the Swedish company SKF’s plant in Lutsk on the night of 14-15 August, saying that it is a legitimate military target.

Details: After that, the Russian embassy began to directly threaten that "not only the Swedish equipment supplied to the Banderites [Ukrainians - ed.]

The Russian Embassy also kept silent in its statement about the deaths of three employees of the SKF plant in Lutsk. »

Utah man posing as doctor selling fake COVID-19 cure arrested after three-year manhunt

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A 63-year-old man was arrested in Utah years after he was charged with crimes related to selling a fake cure for the coronavirus, officials said Monday.

Pedersen also claimed to be an "anti-aging medical doctor" with PhD degrees in immunology and naturopathic medicine, according to the documents.

Gordon Hunter Pedersen holds up his fake COVID-19 cure. U.S. Attorney's Office District of Utah. »

The US climate law is fueling a factory frenzy. Here’s…

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Planned factories are concentrated in Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina, with some also coming to Ohio and solar giant Texas.

The geographic proximity of these facilities will likely yield other benefits, such as cheaper transportation from manufacturing sites to assembly plants.

Impressive as this state-spanning explosion in clean energy manufacturing may be, it’s not happening without some serious help from abroad. »

Woman learns she’s half a credit shy of graduating high school, 16 years after receiving diploma

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“It’s like a slap in the face for my mom and dad because she worked hard to get her kids to graduate.

They did, however, have records showing she was half a credit short from graduation – which isn’t good enough for any college Tatum said she’s hoping to attend.

I did nothing but come to school, learn, get my diploma, and go off to college to better myself,” Tatum said. »