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Florida Man with HIV Sentenced to Two Years for Not Informing Sexual Partners

A man in Port Orange, Florida, has been sentenced to two years in prison for not telling his sexual partners he was infected with HIV. “Gentry Burns, 27, pleaded no contest Thursday to one count of uninformed HIV-infected sexual intercourse. Two other counts were dropped,” WESH reported. Burns was initially charged in 2019 once an…

Super liberal NickiSwift skewers Kamala Harris in writeup [Video]

The Hollywood news / blog site Nicki Swift is certainly not the place one might approach to get good solid geopolitical or factual analysis on any person. The website is devoted to covering the elite, and with that comes an extremely liberal bias, because most of the Hollywood stars are pointed that way. It is therefore…

Joe Biden: ‘A Range of Programs’ Are Needed for Americans to Not ‘Pull the...

President Joe Biden delivered remarks Wednesday on the administration’s strategy to prevent gun crimes across the country when he said there is “a range of programs” he believes are needed to keep Americans from pulling the trigger. A reporter asked Biden what he feels would be the “most effective thing that government can do to…

First Photo Of Ghislaine Maxwell Behind Bars Features Black Eye

April 29, 2021 6:16 PM ET Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorney released the first photo of the socialite from her time behind bars and it’s not pretty. The photo, shared Thursday by the New York Post, features Maxwell with a black eye. Maxwell’s attorney, Bobbi Sternheim, included the photo in a letter about how the bruise had…

Man Who Believed He Was Giving Phones to Help ISIS Sentenced to 13 Years...

An Illinois man who thought he was providing phones to help the Islamic State commit attacks was sentenced Friday to 13 and a half years in prison. “U.S. District Judge Andrea Wood said Edward Schimenti was more culpable of the two men convicted by a jury in 2019,” the Associated Press (AP) reported. According to…

Russian Opposition Leader Allegedly Sent To Russian Prison Camp

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has allegedly been moved from his Moscow jail to an undisclosed detention center outside the city believed to be a prison camp, his lawyer claimed Thursday. Vadim Kobzev, one of his lawyers, tweeted that Navalny had been transferred from a correctional facility in Moscow operated by the Federal Penitentiary Service…

REPORT: Lori Loughlin’s Husband Loses In Fight To Spend Prison Sentence At Family’s Mansion

January 26, 2021 5:46 PM ET Lori Loughlin’s husband Mossimo Giannulli’s request to spend the rest of his prison sentence in the family’s mansion was reportedly denied. The judge ruled that there was no “extraordinary or compelling reason” for Giannulli to spend his sentence at home, according to a report published Tuesday by People magazine.…

Coronavirus Unemployment Benefit Scam in California Sends Money to Death Row Inmates, Serial Killer

A scam caused California taxpayer money that was supposed to go toward COVID-related unemployment benefits to be sent to at least 20,000 prisoners, including well-known convicted murderers Scott Peterson and serial killer Cary Stayner. California approved more than $140 million for at least 20,000 prisoners, including Scott Peterson and Cary Stayner, said local and federal prosecutors…

‘Create More Chaos’: Texas Sheriff Goes After California Officials For Releasing Inmates Due To...

Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Waybourn is blasting officials in California and other states over releasing inmates due to COVID-19 concerns. During an interview with the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill he explained why he believes leftist politicians are putting politics before the safety of law-abiding Americans across the country. (RELATED: Prisoner Released Amid COVID-19 Arrested For…

Murder, Burglary Soars in New York City During Coronavirus Lockdown

While New York City remains under lockdown orders from Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, major violent crime continues to soar. Cuomo implemented stay-at-home orders on March 20 that effectively force the closure of most businesses, except those deemed “essential,” to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Even with the lockdown,…

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