Ricky Shawatza Hall was killed on Monday after the NSA said he failed to obey orders to drive away from a heavily guarded gate leading to agency headquarters
Court documents show that a man killed during a violent encounter at the National Security Agency had a history of theft and assault, and was mistaken at least once for being a woman.
The FBI has identified Ricky Shawatza Hall as the person who was killed on Monday after the NSA said he failed to obey orders to drive away from a heavily guarded gate leading into the highly secure NSA campus. An NSA police officer was treated for minor injuries and released.
Detlev G sentenced to more than eight years in prison for murdering 59-year-old businessman
A German police officer has been found guilty of murdering a man he met in an internet forum devoted to cannibalism.
The German news agency DPA reported that the regional court in the eastern city of Dresden sentenced the man to eight years and six months in prison. Judges concluded that Detlev G, whose last name hasn’t been released, killed a 59-year-old businessman from Hannover in November 2013.
An air strike on Yemen’s Red Sea port of Hodaida destroyed a dairy factory on Tuesday night, killing at least 23 workers. The civilian death toll is believed to be one of the biggest in the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi militia. Footage from the scene shows large flames engulfing the factory Continue reading…
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Terry O’Gorman asks chief justice not to ‘join and leave’ debate about his position on his own terms and to respond to claims he called his fellow judges ‘snakes’ and ‘scum’
A veteran Queensland lawyer has called on chief justice Tim Carmody not to “join and leave” the public debate about his position on his own terms, and to answer serious criticisms from his peers.
Terry O’Gorman, the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties vice president, has asked Carmody to respond directly to claims he called his fellow judges “snakes” and “scum” and encountered their universal opposition when he sacked the respected senior judge who organises court work schedules.