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arrest made in national threats to jewish community centers


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woman found guilty of murder in torture killing of 8-year-old granddaughter


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rodrigo duterte faces impeachment complaint from philippine lawmaker


a philippines lawmaker filed an impeachment complaint against president rodrigo duterte, the highest-profile challenge yet as resistance builds against the firebrand leader. opposition politician gary alejano filed the complaint at the philippines house of representatives on thursday, accusing mr. duterte of corruption, violating the...






google faces new eu complaint over android


brussels-—a group of google adversaries announced a new formal complaint tuesday to the european union’s antitrust watchdog over the alphabet inc. unit’s behavior with its android mobile-operating service. the open internet project, whose members include german publishing giants axel springer se and hubert burda media, as well as a handful of french internet companies, said it had filed a new complaint to the eu against google because the technology giant had “imposed contractual restraints on manufacturers of android...






google faces new eu complaint over android


brussels—a group of google adversaries announced a new formal complaint tuesday to the european union’s antitrust watchdog over the alphabet inc. unit’s behavior with its android mobile-operating service. the open internet project, whose members include german publishing giants axel springer se and hubert burda media, as well as a handful of french internet companies, said it had filed a new complaint to the eu against google because the technology giant had “imposed contractual restraints on manufacturers of android...






groups prepare complaint to eu over air pollution in poland


warsaw, poland — four environmental groups say they are filing a complaint to the european union that accuses poland of violating legal norms meant to control air pollution.poland is one of the two most polluted countries in the 28-member bloc, along with bulgaria, and many parts of the country have faced crisis-level smog this winter. the main cause is people burning poor quality coal, sometimes even plastics and other garbage, in home furnaces that lack filters.the organizations announced their plans at a news conference in warsaw on friday. they said they would gather signatures of support from the public over the next week and file the complaint to the european commission on feb. 17.those preparing the complaint are clientearth, greenpeace, the city is ours and akcja democracja.






rodrigo duterte faces impeachment complaint from philippine lawmaker


manila—a philippine lawmaker filed an impeachment complaint against president rodrigo duterte, alleging corruption and citing the thousands of extrajudicial killings that have occurred during his antidrug crackdown. the bid, however, faces an uphill battle because the president’s allies hold an overwhelming majority in congress.rep. gary alejano says the complaint he filed in the house of representatives on thursday alleges...






vallejo officer in viral video already has force complaint against him


vallejo officer in viral video already has force complaint against himthe vallejo police officer seen in two viral videos struggling with an unarmed man in a street median is the subject of a civil rights complaint filed in federal district court last october.in court documents obtained by the times-herald, the complaint alleges spencer muniz-bottomley, along with four other vallejo police officers, used excessive force during an april 2016 arrest.derrick lamoris shields alleges that while laying face down on his stomach, he was kicked, punched, and struck with a baton by the officers, according to the complaint.shields also alleges bottomley struck him with a flashlight during the incident.“as a result of the police beating, plaintiff lost consciousness, experienced bruises all over his b






aclu files complaint against sessions over senate testimony


montgomery, ala. — an attorney with the american civil liberties union has filed a complaint against attorney general jeff sessions with the alabama state bar over his testimony during his senate confirmation process regarding contact he had with russia.in the complaint dated thursday, attorney christopher anders says sessions made false statements during sworn testimony in january when he told a senate committee he had not had any contact with the russian government during donald trump's presidential campaign.sessions, who had represented alabama in the u.s. senate, later acknowledged he had spoken twice with the russian ambassador last year and had failed to disclose that during his confirmation process. sessions said he had not tried to mislead anyone but could have been more careful in






law professors file misconduct complaint against kellyanne conway


a group of law professors has filed a complaint against kellyanne conway, alleging the white house counselor is participating “conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation,” the washington post reports.according to the complaint, conway, a graduate of george washington university law school, violated government ethics rules when she made the “false statement that president barack obama had banned iraqi refugees from coming into the united states for six months following the ‘bowling green massacre.’”conway became a member of washington d.c bar in 1995, but she is currently suspended for failing to pay her dues. the letter was sent to d.c. office of disciplinary counsel wallace shipp jr., who told the washington post his office receives around 1,500 complaints per year.






kathleen biden filed for divorce from hunter in december


hunter biden and hallie biden (photo: ap and getty images)kathleen biden filed for divorce in december from her husband of more than 20 years, hunter, according to washington, d.c., superior court records.on dec. 9, kathleen filed for divorce citing "irreconcilable differences between the parties concerning defendant's conduct." the complaint said the couple separated in october 2015. since that time, hunter has provided support to kathleen and the family "but has not provided sufficient support to meet the needs of the plaintiff and the children," according to the complaint.on wednesday, hunter, the son of former vice president joe biden, confirmed to the new york post that he is having a romantic relationship with his brother's widow, hallie.read more:report: joe biden's son, widowed dau






kathleen biden filed for divorce from hunter in december


hunter biden and hallie biden (photo: ap and getty images)kathleen biden filed for divorce in december from her husband of more than 20 years, hunter, according to washington, d.c., superior court records.on dec. 9, kathleen filed for divorce citing "irreconcilable differences between the parties concerning defendant's conduct." the complaint said the couple separated in october 2015. since that time, hunter has provided support to kathleen and the family "but has not provided sufficient support to meet the needs of the plaintiff and the children," according to the complaint.on wednesday, hunter, the son of former vice president joe biden, confirmed to the new york post that he is having a romantic relationship with his brother's widow, hallie.read more:report: joe biden's son, widowed dau






arrest made in string of nationwide bomb threats to jewish community centers


a jilted ex-boyfriend is behind at least eight of the scores of threats made against jewish community centers nationwide, plus a bomb threat to new york's anti-defamation league, in an effort to harass and vilify his former girlfriend, federal officials said friday.juan thompson was arrested in st. louis and will appear in federal court in missouri on friday afternoon on a charge of cyberstalking, authorities said. there was no information on an attorney who could comment on his behalf.complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf)complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf) complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (text)complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf) complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (text)read the storyaccording to a federal complaint, thompson dated th






st. louis man charged with bomb threats against jewish facilities, including san


authorities investigating recent bomb threats against jewish institutions across the country arrested a former journalist on friday morning and said he was behind at least some of the threats, including one in san diego, as part of a campaign to harass a woman.according to the federal criminal complaint against 31-year-old juan thompson, he sent an email to the san diego jewish community center in san diego on feb. 20 that defamed his ex-girlfriend and claimed she put a bomb in the center "to kill as many jews asap."this arrest appears to be the first made in response to a wave of bomb threats at jewish centers and schools across the country. headstones have also been vandalized at jewish cemeteries in missouri, pennsylvania and, most recently, upstate new york.complaint: united states vs.






st. louis man charged with bomb threats against jewish facilities to frame his e


a former journalist fired for fabricating details in stories made at least eight of the scores of threats against jewish institutions nationwide, including a bomb threat to the anti-defamation league, as part of a bizarre campaign to harass and frame his ex-girlfriend, federal officials said friday.juan thompson was arrested in st. louis and appeared there in federal court friday on a cyberstalking charge. he politely answered questions and told the judge he had enough money to hire a lawyer.a crowd of supporters who attended said thompson had no criminal record. his lawyer didn't comment.federal officials have been investigating 122 bomb threats called in to jewish organizations in three dozen states since jan. 9 and a rash of vandalism at jewish cemeteries.complaint: united states vs. ju






complaint: hilton paid woman less than her son for same work


newark, n.j. — the state of new jersey claims in a civil rights complaint that a hilton el paid a female housekeeper less than her male counterparts — including her own son — for the same work.the complaint against homewood suites in edgewater alleges the el paid rosa lopez $8 per hour while it paid six male employees hired after her $9 to $10 per hour.the division on civil rights alleges lopez's son was hired in march 2012, seven months after his mother was hired, and started at $9 per hour. it also alleges lopez was fired after she complained.the state is seeking back pay and damages for lopez.an attorney representing the el didn't immediately return a message seeking comment.






not enough evidence found for bondi, trump bribery complaint


tallahassee, fla. — a bribery complaint against president donald trump and florida attorney general pam bondi lacks enough evidence to move forward, a state prosecutor told the governor thursday.the complaint filed by a massachusetts attorney stemmed from scrutiny last year over a $25,000 campaign contribution bondi received from trump in 2013. bondi asked for the donation near the same time that her office was being asked about a new york investigation of alleged fraud at trump university.florida gov. rick scott handed the case to a southwest florida prosecutor after another prosecutor said he could not investigate the case because bondi used to work him.a prosecutor working in state attorney stephen russell's office concluded that there is no reasonable suspicion that trump or bondi brok






former colorado istant joe tumpkin charged with felony ault – the denver post


former university of colorado istant coach joe tumpkin was formally charged today with five felony counts of second-degree ault in relation to allegations that he physically abused his ex- friend.tumpkin, 45, was also charged with three misdemeanor counts of third-degree ault, according to a release from the 17th judicial district.according to a restraining order complaint also filed by his ex- firend, the woman said the first ault occurred on feb. 27, 2015, at a el in broomfield, when she alleges tumpkin threw her against a wall and then threw her on the bed when she tried to leave.“the aults increased in duration and severity” when she temporarily moved in with tumpkin in broomfield for the summer of 2015, according to the complaint. the woman said tumpkin would sometimes also choke and






okinawa village to lodge complaint after marine corps chopper incident


residents of a village in japan’s okinawa are expected to lodge a complaint with the u.s. military after a marine corps chopper dropped a tire during external cargo lift training wednesday, stars and stripes reported thursday. the helicopter — a bell uh-1y venom — was lifting tires during the training one fell near a landing zone…






feds: former chicago, new york journalist behind some bomb threats at jewish cen


authorities investigating recent bomb threats against jewish institutions across the country have arrested a former journalist who worked in chicago and new york city, saying he was behind at least some of the threats as part of a campaign to harass a woman.the arrest appears to be the first in response to a wave of bomb threats at jewish centers and schools across the country this year, as many as 100 across dozens of states, according to the jewish community center association of north america.  they have forced people to scramble from schools, offices and daycares, sometimes pushing cribs carrying young children. complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf)complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf) complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (text)complaint: united states vs. j






qualcomm seeks dismissal of ftc suit


qualcomm inc., whose chips can be found in virtually every smartphone, asked a u.s. federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by the federal trade commission that accused the company of engaging in anticompetitive behavior to maintain market dominance. the chip maker filed the request with u.s. district judge lucy koh, saying the ftc’s legal complaint failed to support even basic elements of an antitrust violation. “the complaint does not contain any factual allegations of anticompetitive harm to qualcomm’s rivals in the...






complaint: man charged with killing navajo officer was drunk


albuquerque, n.m. — a man charged with killing a navajo nation police officer who was responding to a domestic violence call had been drinking and was intoxicated the night of the shooting, according to a criminal complaint released tuesday.the complaint details the call that sent officer houston james largo to a home on the nation's largest american indian reservation and what followed when the 27-year-old decorated officer stopped a vehicle on a dark road near that home in rural new mexico.kirby cleveland, 32, is accused of shooting largo with a .22-caliber rifle after the officer stopped a pickup truck that was taking him home. cleveland walked home with the rifle and told his wife that he had shot largo and that she needed to go help the officer, the complaint said.cleveland has been c






complaint: man charged with killing navajo officer was drunk


albuquerque, n.m. — a man charged with killing a navajo nation police officer who was responding to a domestic violence call had been drinking and was intoxicated the night of the shooting, according to a criminal complaint.the complaint details the call that sent officer houston james largo to a home on the nation's largest american indian reservation and what followed when the 27-year-old decorated officer stopped a vehicle on a dark road near that home in rural new mexico.kirby cleveland, 32, is accused of shooting largo with a .22-caliber rifle after the officer stopped a pickup truck that was taking him home. cleveland walked home with the rifle and told his wife that he had shot largo and that she needed to go help the officer, according to the complaint released tuesday.cleveland ha






complaint: man charged with killing navajo officer was drunk


albuquerque, n.m. (ap) — a man charged with killing a navajo nation police officer who was responding to a domestic violence call had been drinking and was intoxicated the night of the shooting, according to a criminal complaint.the complaint details the call that sent officer houston james largo to a home on the nation’s largest american indian reservation and what followed when the 27-year-old decorated officer stopped a vehicle on a dark road near that home in rural new mexico.kirby cleveland, 32, is accused of shooting largo with a .22-caliber rifle after the officer stopped a pickup truck that was taking him home. cleveland walked home with the rifle and told his wife that he had shot largo and that she needed to go help the officer, according to the complaint released tuesday.clevela






st. louis man charged with nationwide string of bomb threats against jewish faci


authorities investigating recent bomb threats against jewish institutions nationwide arrested a former journalist friday morning and said he was behind at least some of the threats, describing them as part of the man's campaign to harass a woman.the arrest in st. louis appears to be the first made in response to a recent wave of bomb threats at jewish centers and schools across the country in recent days. headstones also have been vandalized at jewish cemeteries in missouri, pennsylvania and, most recently, upstate new york.but officials said friday that they don't believe the man -- juan thompson, 31 -- was behind all of the calls or the vandalism.the bomb threats against jewish centers and schools in january and february - including another string of such calls on monday that evacuated s






complaint: man charged with killing navajo officer was drunk


albuquerque, n.m. (ap) — a man charged with killing a navajo nation police officer who was responding to a domestic violence call had been drinking and was intoxicated the night of the shooting, according to a criminal complaint released tuesday.the complaint details the call that sent officer houston james largo to a home on the nation’s largest american indian reservation and what followed when the 27-year-old decorated officer stopped a vehicle on a dark road near that home in rural new mexico.kirby cleveland, 32, is accused of shooting largo with a .22-caliber rifle after the officer stopped a pickup truck that was taking him home. cleveland walked home with the rifle and told his wife that he had shot largo and that she needed to go help the officer, the complaint said.cleveland has b






black, hispanic officers allege discrimination in dc suburb


palmer park, md. — black and hispanic police officers in a majority-black washington suburb are asking the justice department to investigate their claims of discrimination in the police department.news outlets report that the prince george's county officers have filed a 300-page complaint to the justice department's civil rights division. the complaint includes images of a training dummy with a picture of a black man's face and an afro wig. it also shows a p og h of a police sergeant's vehicle with a personalized license plate that has an obscene message apparently aimed at former president barack obama.police chief hank stawinski told reporters on thursday he won't tolerate discrimination in the department. he said the offending license plate has been removed.the justice department has no






not enough evidence found for bondi, trump bribery complaint


tallahassee, fla. — a southwest florida prosecutor assigned by the governor to investigate a bribery complaint against president donald trump and florida attorney general pam bondi has found insufficient evidence to move forward.fort myers-area state attorney stephen russell presented gov. rick scott on thursday with the results of an investigation.the complaint stemmed from scrutiny last year over a $25,000 campaign contribution bondi received from trump in 2013. bondi asked for the donation about the same time her office was being asked about a new york investigation of alleged fraud at trump university. the investigation came after numerous complaints filed against bondi by a massachusetts attorney.a prosecutor working for russell's office concluded that there is no reasonable suspicion






no special prosecutor for bridgegate complaint against n.j.’s christie: judge


a new jersey judge on friday ruled for the third time that a special prosecutor will not be appointed to investigate a citizen’s criminal complaint against governor chris christie over the bridgegate lane-closure scandal.the decision from state superior court judge bonnie mizdol may finally close the book on the official misconduct complaint filed in september by retired firefighter and activist bill brennan, though brennan vowed to appeal.the complaint accused christie of knowing about a plot to shut down access lanes at the busy george washington bridge in september 2013 as an act of retribution against a local mayor who declined to endorse the governor’s re-election campaign.two former christie associates, bridget kelly and bill baroni, were convicted in november of orchestrating the sc






lake county judge dismisses complaint against black lives matter leader, zion sc


a lake county judge dismissed a complaint seeking to keep zion school district 6 board candidate and chairman of the lake county chapter of black lives matter clyde mclemore off the ballot, or the votes for him from being counted.pointing to the statute's language and a nearly complete lack of this type of case law against candidates, judge thomas schippers said the law pointed to by the state's attorney's office in its complaint —that anyone convicted in illinois of a felony, bribery, perjury or certain other crimes from serving on a school board — applies only to officeholders, not those running for office, even though he said it "seems like a crazy battle right now" because the issue will just come up again if mclemore wins."common sense-wise, it makes no sense to have to wait [until he






st. louis man charged with nationwide string of bomb threats against jewish faci


authorities investigating recent bomb threats against jewish institutions across the country arrested a former journalist on friday morning and said he was behind at least some of the threats as part of a campaign to harass a woman.this arrest appears to be the first made in response to a wave of bomb threats at jewish centers and schools across the country. headstones have also been vandalized at jewish cemeteries in missouri, pennsylvania and, most recently, upstate new york.complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf)complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf) complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (text)complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (pdf) complaint: united states vs. juan thompson (text)read the storythe bomb threats against jewish centers and schools in janua






city of greeley agrees to pay woman $150,000 to settle federal lawsuit against f


a little more than a year after a greeley masseuse was found not guilty of prostitution and keeping a place of prostitution, she is set to receive a $150,000 settlement from the city of greeley.ping wang was arrested on suspicion of prostitution and running a place of prostitution out of her massage business in february 2015. a jury found her not guilty of those charges a year later. two months later, she filed a case in civil court, in which she claimed greeley police detective jared weeks blatantly lied in the affidavit for her arrest.the greeley city council voted late tuesday to pay wang as part of a settlement agreement she reached with the city. as part of the agreement, the city of greeley admits no fault in the case. tribune efforts to reach weeks for comment were not immediately s






florida police chief resigns over racial comments to officer


glen cover springs, fla. — a northeast florida police chief has resigned following allegations he made racially offensive remarks toward a subordinate and then tried to thwart an investigation into the complaint.the florida times-union (http://bit.ly/2m2jir8 ) reports glen cove springs police chief robert musco resigned feb. 23 after a labor law firm hired by the city found evidence that he violated policy by subjecting officer kimberly robinson to workplace harassment. the review also uncovered evidence that musco put pressure on the officer to drop her complaint against him.the complaint came from a jan. 12 conversation in which musco, who's white, referred to robinson as a "token" while discussing staffing for a martin luther king jr. event. she's the department's only black officer.cit






bridgegate misconduct complaint against christie can move forward, judge


trenton — a bergen county municipal judge ruled thursday that a citizen’s complaint of official misconduct by gov. chris christie can proceed anew, re-issuing a criminal summons that the governor had twice sought to have dismissed. the official misconduct charge alleges that christie failed to act to reverse the politically motivated 2013 fort lee access lane…






menlo park man files complaint against atherton police – the mercury news


the atherton police department is investigating a complaint filed by a 71-year-old menlo park man that accuses three officers of “denial of legal right; disrespectful address; obscene name-calling; excessive force; intentional infliction of pain; intimidation, making threats, humiliation (apology under duress); and lying after the incident in order to discredit my account and to smear my character.”richard c. winant filed the complaint on march 17, regarding an incident that occurred on march 1.he said that he had been out for a walk at about 8 p.m. and was lost on the grounds of the sharon heights golf course, which surrounds his home. “i found myself trapped in the well-lit backyard of a beautiful residence that seemed to be surrounded by fences on all sides,” he said in the complaint. h






smith & nephew product liability suit revived in new jersey | the global dispatc


share thistagsclinicial negligencediane nicolosihealth carehealth newskenneth nicolosiliability insurance gunsmedical negligencenew jerseysterile eye products recalleda state appeals court in new jersey has revived a product liability lawsuit against smith & nephew over claims of defective medical wipes. a three-judge appellate partially reversed a trial court ruling in 2015 that reinstated the complaint from kenneth and diane nicolosi. the complaint may only permit claims resulting from wipes used before the august 2011 recall notice. “we conclude only the complaint alleges claims arising within two years of the filing date of the complaint,” the panel said.the panel also noted that it would not evaluate whether the plaintiff can “prove medical causation” at this stage. kenneth nicolosi u






st. paul cop charged with punching handcuffed girl pleads not guilty


a st. paul police officer charged with punching a potentially suicidal 14-year-old girl in the face pleaded not guilty thursday.in december, michael p. soucheray ii and another st. paul police officer responded to a report of a girl who was possibly suicidal at a shelter for sex trafficking victims. according to the complaint, police were called to brittany’s place, a shelter for sexually exploited girls from 10 to 17 years old regarding a possibly suicidal girl. she refused to speak with soucheray when he arrived at the scene.the girl didn’t want to go to the hospital, became agitated and refused to get in an ambulance. soucheray told her that he and his partner, officer chris rhoades, would take her there instead. they handcuffed her and escorted her to their squad car, but she refused t






orchid show, tips for perfect baths and more


crazy for orchidsfor two days, orchid worshipers can immerse themselves among hundreds of tropical blooming cattleya, phalaenopsis, cymbidium and other varieties at the marjorie mcneely conservatory, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. jan. 28-29. the winter carnival orchid show also features tips on cultivating and caring for the popular indoor plants, from members of the orchid society of minnesota, as well as quality orchids for sale.american orchid society judges from throughout the midwest will give out awards and points at the show. the public can vote on the best winter carnival-themed display at the orchid society of minnesota's facebook page. admission: $5 for adults; $3 for ages 3-12. como friends members and visitors with a winter carnival on get $1 off. the marjorie mcneely conservatory is at 12