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DOJ reveals new Signal messages from Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes will be held in jail while he awaits trial, a federal judge in Washington, DC, ruled on Friday after prosecutors revealed new Signal app messages where Rhodes allegedly called January 6 "the final nail in the coffin of our republic" and instructed his followers to prepare for violence.

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'Show some respect': Crumbley parents' romantic gestures irritate prosecutors

Prosecutors are requesting that a Michigan judge restrict communications between James and Jennifer Crumbley during court hearings, after the two were captured appearing to blow kisses and mouthing "I love you." Their son, Ethan, has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder, among other charges.

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Georgia DA asks for FBI's help as Trump probe continues

The Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney is asking for the FBI's help in providing security for buildings and staff one day after former President Donald Trump called prosecutors investigating him "racists" and said his supporters should hold "the biggest protests we have ever had" in cities like Atlanta if the prosecutors "do anything wrong or illegal."

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Kansas woman led female ISIS battalion in Syria, prosecutors say

An American woman from Kansas who allegedly joined ISIS and led an all-woman battalion in Syria has been arrested and charged by federal prosecutors with providing and conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

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Man pushes woman into path of oncoming train

A man who pushed a woman in front of an approaching train at a Brussels metro station has been detained on suspicion of attempted manslaughter, according to prosecutors.

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Attorneys ask to delay state trial of officers charged in George Floyd's deat

Prosecutors and defense attorneys representing the three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in George Floyd's death filed a joint motion on Friday, asking the court to again delay the start of the state trial for the former officers in March due to the upcoming federal civil rights trial for the former officers set to begin later this month.

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