The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 19th, 2023 day edition

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Probably a slightly bigger deal in the grand scheme of things, though?

The moment when Trump blew up a key legal defense in his January 6 case and made the Justice Department’s job to win a conviction a whole lot easier.

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As more than one legal expert subsequently noted, this was a wildly damning admission on the ex-president’s part.

And sure enough, Trump had said, ‘Stop counting.’ Well, that’s a crime.

He was saying at the time, and he just said it on air, to NBC, ‘Stop counting the votes.’ Well, that’s not allowed.

One, as Neal said, not relying on counsel, and two, saying that he wanted to stop the votes of American citizens. »

Intelligence suggests agents of India behind killing of B.C. Sikh leader: Trudeau

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Canadian national security authorities have obtained “credible” intelligence suggesting “agents of the government of India” were behind the June murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a prominent Sikh leader in B.C., Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.

The organization called on Canadian intelligence and law enforcement to fully investigate Nijjar’s killing, including foreign interference, “specifically from India.”.

2:14 Poilievre calls for ‘utmost transparency’ from India amid investigation into killing of B.C. Sikh leader. »

California lawmakers pass bill to make it easier to delete online personal data

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California lawmakers say they want to make it easier for people to delete personal information held by data brokers.

California lawmakers on Thursday passed a bill known as the Delete Act that would allow consumers, with a single request, to have every data broker delete their personal information.

The bill’s supporters say consumers would have more control over their personal data online, which data brokers often collect without their consent or knowledge. »

Trudeau accuses India of role in killing of Canadian Sikh leader

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says national security agencies are investigating "credible allegations" that the "agents of the government of India" were involved in the killing of prominent Canadian Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in B.C. in June.

Last week, Trudeau was in India attending the G20, where there were signs of diplomatic tensions with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

"Any involvement of a foreign government in the killing of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil is an unacceptable violation of our sovereignty," Trudeau said. »