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May 23, 2019 / 11:53 am | Story:
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Whoever broke to the home of a Massachusetts man last week, he took nothing. However, they left the house without fault.

Nate Roman tells the Boston Globe that when he returned to Marlborough's home from May 15, he could tell a stranger that he was there.

There was nothing missing, but the 44-year-old Romans noticed that the beds had been made, the rugs were sucked and the toilets were scrubbed. They even created origami roses on the toilet roll rolls.

He called the experience "strange and eerie" and contacted the police.

Sgt. Daniel Campbell says that the department has not heard of similar periods and that no one is suspected.

Romans say he may have left his back door unlocked. We believe that a housekeeping service may have gone into their home by mistake.

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A Chicago judge ordered the file in Jussie Smollett's un-sealed criminal case on Thursday, saying the actor's actions did not seem like somebody was trying to maintain his privacy.

The order is from Judge Steven Watkins, judge Cook County Court, following requests from The Associated Press and other media organizations to make the file public. Watkins said that while there were good arguments for keeping the file sealed, Smollett forfeited his right to defend his privacy by speaking to the media before and after prosecutors rejected the charges in his t by.

The file was not released immediately.

An actor "Empire" was accused of 16 counts claiming to lie to the police when he reported he had suffered a racist, anti-gay attack in January. The police insisted that Smollett, who is black and gay, held the event because he was unhappy with his wages and wanted publicity.

However, prosecutors rejected all charges, with little explanation on 26 March.

Smollett lawyers had argued that Smollett had "got the right to be left alone." The judge disagreed.

Smollett appeared voluntarily on national television for an interview talking about the incident in detail, "the judge wrote." After the dismissal in March 26, he stood voluntarily in front of cameras by several news organizations in the lobby. a court that spoke about the case. On several occasions, attorneys appeared for a defendant, probably with his authorization, on a variety of media talking about the case. "

The judge added, "These are not the actions of an individual trying to maintain their privacy or just be on their own."

Natalie Spears, an attorney representing the media organizations who wanted the file to be sealed, commended Watkins's decision on Thursday.


May 23, 2019 / 9:44 am | Story:
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A federal court has ruled that cast man Teresa Giudice, a member of "Real Housewives of New Jersey" can remain in the US. as he appealed against his native Italy.

The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia had suspended Joe Giudice's deportation in an order issued on Wednesday. The court is expected to issue a decision within a few months, after attorneys for Giudice and government file briefs.

Message asks for comments as he left Thursday with an attorney for Giudice.

Giudices pleaded guilty in 2014 to financial fraud. Under an agreement that allowed them to deliver staggering sentences to allow their four young daughters to be cared for, Teresa Giudice served her sentence first and was released in December 2015.

Her husband then served his term and was released in March.

A judge had ruled in October that Joe Giudice would be deported on completion of his sentence. Giudice has said through his attorneys that he had come to the United States as a baby and was not aware that he was not an American citizen.

A group of more than two dozen ex-judges this month filmed a brief with the 3rd Circuit to support Giudice's appeal.

Giudice has been held at an immigration detention center in Pennsylvania since its release from prison.

The couple pleaded guilty in 2014 to bankruptcy fraud and lodged false loan claims to get $ 5 million in mortgages and building loans. Joe Giudice also pleaded guilty not to pay around $ 200,000 in income taxes.

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May 23, 2019 / 8:15 am | Story:
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Wearing a black shirt with "Fight for your happiness" on the front and "Sick not weakly" back, Daniel Carcillo eats an apple as his wife makes a cappuccino nearby and the oldest girls scour around the kitchen. .

This was the family he ever wanted, not just the life he expected.

Carcillo hurts the inside and outside of seven documented clauses in the National Hockey League and what he believed could literally be hundreds of traumatic injuries to the t brain. After his wife Ela, his son Austin, her daughters Laila and Scarlett and the dog Bubba left the house, Carcillo explained where his head is. It has been almost a year since its last round of neurological treatment and the bad days are currently more than the good. The darkness has returned.

This is a bad day.

"I'm going to choose when I'm going," says Carcillo. "I will make that decision of how much pain I'm going to give my loved ones who are of my scope."

He's 34 years old, hanging his skates in 2015 and wants to be known as Daniel Carcillo who used to play hockey, not Daniel Carcillo the hockey player. He spent his days now trying to manage the damage that the sport did for him while wandering against the concussions crisis that has hit the NHL over the last decade and more. The league has taken steps to get to grips with the subject, but it has not disappeared by a long way as the Stanley Cup Final opens on Monday.

The last fall in the league settled a law for $ 18.9 million with more than 300 retired players after winning a key victory against class action status. It included $ 22,000 for each player and provisions for testing but there was no acknowledgment of liability for the players' claims that the NHL did not protect them from injury to the head and not warned about them. risks associated with play. Commissioner Gary Bettman has consistently denied that there is a clear link between frequent shots to the head and chronic chronic traumatic encephalopathy on the brain.

Carcillo calls the concussions an epidemic, although neither the union and the players' attorneys who are involved with leagues against the league can give an estimate of how many ex-players could be suffering. one problem with Carcillo – the kind of problems that loved ones such as Todd Ewen and Wade Belak noticed before their suicide.

Various studies have attempted to determine how many clouds are in any given season in the NHL. There is little doubt for retired players that the total among 700-and-over players over nearly 1,300 regular season games, whatever it may be, is too much.

"It's definitely a problem that players suffer from," said Reed Larson, who played 936 NHL games and was among the first to sue the NHL over injuries to his head. "It's a real threat."

Carcillo is not right and he knows him.

It doesn't remember anyone's first five concussions, but he can't seem to escape the anxiety, depression, lack of stimulus control and suicidal thoughts that creep in. We feel better after functional neurology therapy with Dr.. T Matt Antonucci, but only help Carcillo to go back to his "new normal." It also costs $ 10,000 each time.

Dennis Maruk is right for now.

Three decades have been drawn from a 922-game NHL career, 63 and know everything about his peers who died between 60 and 65 – if not younger.

"Everything is going well," Maruk said. "I'm worried about myself in the future. What will I be in the two years down the road?"

Maruk, who joined a concussion lawsuit, hears about former players developing dementia and wonders about the day his brain could desert. All the hits to the absorbed head of hockey were worth it at that time.

"I have jumps and I'm worried about that and i lose my mind," Maruk said. "I don't sleep very well and I think many have to do with being admitted."

Eric Lindros is right for most days.

Scott Stevens, who is on fire, hits the front of Lindros in the 7th Game Final of the 2000 Conference which was approved and lawfully at the time was very worthy. Two years after Lindros hit another destructive hit by Darius Kasparaitis.

Lindros was conquered at least five times during a career over a shortage of injuries which gave him a place in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Now a 46-year-old husband and father, he's not sure what the benchmark should be for how he should feel. He is his own baseline.

"I'd like to think I'm pretty normal," Lindros said. "I think so. We all have our moments. We all have our moments with a few things. In general I feel quite good."

Glenn Healy has no choice but to stay on the subject sometimes. As executive director of the 3,800-member NHL Alumni Association, there are countless calls from retired members of family members and for so long just saying, "I'm sorry."

"The wives, the children say, 'I want dad to return, so how do I get father back?" Healy said. "We are trying to find some solutions."

T.J. Oshie said he was right and tried not to think about it.

After his fifth documented concussion and his longest absence of the game again, Washington's capitals winger said he didn't give much thought to the subject.

"Although you are in it, when it happens, you want to go back on the ice," Oshie said. "You want to play. You want to be back in your normal routine, and you want to feel normal."

Oshie is 32, a Stanley Cup champion and two season is an eight-year contract, worth $ 46 million, which sets his family alive. But he also has a father diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease six years ago. On the ice last June, moments after winning the Stanley Cup, Oshie told a huge audience: "My dad, who doesn't remember many things these days."

Carcillo said that his family history should be forced to be checked for a gene associated with Alzheimer's disease and that Oshie should also look at it.


May 23, 2019 / 7:18 am | Story:
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Rotten Potatoes take another step to check that users who posted a score of a film have seen it.

The compiler says on Thursday that consumers who have bought tickets on Fandango will get a badge to check next to their review, starting with films out this weekend as "Booksmart" and "Aladdin." Audited audience scores will also be displayed on Fandango, which owns Rotten Roatos.

Fandango president, Paul Yanover, says in a statement that this step will increase consumer confidence at the sites.

The score of the Rotten Tomatoes audience had been a place where trolleys could score negatives for films that had not yet been released, most recently to "Captain Marvel." The company responded by closing user reviews down until a movie hit theaters officially.


May 23, 2019 / 6:03 am | Story:
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Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush received an Australian record of 2.9 million Australian dollars ($ 2 million) compensation from a Sydney judge on Thursday in a defamation case against a newspaper publisher and journalist about reports he was accused of inappropriate behavior towards to an actress.

The 67-year-old Australia had prosecuted two stories and a poster published at the end of 2017 for a publisher and journalist of the Daily Telegraph in Sydney.

Michael Wigney's justice came to prominence in April that the publisher, News Nationwide News, owned by Corp Corp, and Moran were indifferent to the truth when they reported that the actress Erian Jean Norvill had accused Rush of inappropriate behavior. Rush's character girl played in a Sydney theater production of "King Lear" in 2015 and 2016.

The judge found that a poster and two articles contained a number of defamatory meanings, including that Rush was reversing and a sexual predator, but that the publisher had not proved that the meanings were true.

Wigney gave $ 850,000 compensation to AU rush at the time, along with PA $ 42,302 interest for a non-economic loss. But he wanted to consider further special compensation, including loss of earnings.

Following an agreement between the parties, the judge on Thursday PA gave an extra $ 1.98 million to rush for past economic loss and the future.

The publisher and journalist are appealing against the ruling.

Rush lawyer Sue Chrysanthou said that Rush had offered in early 2018 to settle in exchange for an apology and costs $ 50,000 + PA, but Nationwide News did not respond.

Previously, actress Rebel Rebel Wilson in 2017 had won a record of $ 4.7 million from Australia in a defamation case against a magazine publisher. But 90% compensation was reduced on appeal.

Actress "Orange Is Black Black" Yael Stone was revealed two weeks ago as the potential witness that Wigney refused to allow him to testify in a rush defatter suit.

Nationwide News lost last mid-November bid to change its defense based on Stone's evidence.

Wigney said that the proposed amendment raised new claims relating to Rush's behavior and that he would adjourn court proceedings and cause him to discriminate. The trial by then had run for 12 days and ended three days later.

The judge did not exclude Cerrig in public. Netflix series actress was described in the media as "Witness X."

Stone told The New York Times in December that Rush was sexually inappropriate when they starred in "The Diary of a Madman" in Sydney in 2010.

She said that she had naked in front of her side in her dressing room, using a mirror to watch her as she shower and sent her erotic texts from time to time.

Rush said in a statement that the allegations were "wrong and in some cases taken entirely out of context."

"However, it is clear that Yael has been upset at times by the passionate enthusiasm that I bring to my work in general. I'm really sorry if I have caused any t This has certainly never been my intention, ”said Rush in the time.


May 23, 2019 / 5:58 am | Story:
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A woman will test her allegations that she has beaten her mother and shaved her head because she thought that the older woman listening to Pittsburgh Steelers game was too high on the radio.

A judge on Wednesday ruled that Amorino Delores was eligible to take a test.

But the judge said Amorino's daughter was not a teenager, facing similar accusations, qualified and ordered her to continue with mental health treatments in a state psychiatric hospital.

Authorities have said that both girls had beaten Amorino's mother and shaved her head during an attack in August 2017 at their Youngwood home.

A psychiatrist testified that Amorino and her daughter had been diagnosed with a rare psychological disorder where both had suffered common delusions that they were in a romantic relationship with a former member and former member of the Steelers.


May 23, 2019 / 5:29 am | Story:
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For his next trick, Peter Wallenda plans to cross New York's Times Square – without touching the ground.

ABC announced on Thursday that Wallenda and her sister Lijana will cross the place where tourists are walking during high wire at the same time, walking around 1,300 feet (396 meters), 25 walks. above ground. ABC will try the attempt during a special two hour period on 23 June.

Lijana Wallenda's first high walk since an accident in Florida in Florida will leave her and four other members of the family 's family have been seriously injured.

ABC says the brothers and sisters will start from the other end of the wire, which will be suspended between two Times Square towers, including one that is home to The New York Times.


May 22, 2019 / 7:45 pm | Story:
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The famous chef Mario Batali faces criminal charges on allegations that he has kissed and scrapped a woman in a Boston restaurant in 2017.

The Suffolk County Attorney's Office says Batali will be signed on Friday on charges of indecent assault and battery.

The Boston Globe is reporting that a criminal complaint submitted last month says the woman has told police that Batali has been invited to take a selfie with him and then seize her chest, kissing her face and # 39 to touch without her permission.

The details in the complaint reflect those in a civil warrant filed against Batali in August. The law seeks indefinite compensation for "severe emotional distress" including anxiety and self-doubt.

An attorney for Batali told the Globe that the chef denied the claims. His solicitor did not respond directly to an email from The Associated Press.


May 22, 2019 / 6:12 pm | Story:
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Michael Avenatti, the attorney who boosted fame through his representation of Storny Daniels, star of the porn, in his battles with President Donald Trump, was charged on Wednesday with a broken explosion.

Federal prosecutors in New York City say that Avenatti has used a doctoral document to divert about $ 300,000 that Daniels was supposed to have from a book deal, and then used the money for personal and business expenses. Only half of that money was paid back, says prosecutors.

Daniels has not been named in the court filing process, but the details of the case, including the date her book was released, make it clear that she is the client concerned.

Avenatti rejected the allegations on Twitter.

"No money involved Ms Daniels was ever abused or abused. She received millions of dollars of legal services and we spent huge sums in expenses. Only $ 100.00 paid directly for what she received." evidence, "he wrote.

Avenatti added a tweet later that his contract for representing Daniels included a percentage of any profits from books. "

The payments are stacked on previous claims of legal misconduct by Avenatti, who represented Daniels when he was prosecuted to be released from a nondisclosure agreement involving an alleged tryst with Trump. The president denies that a relationship has taken place.

Previously, Avenatti in New York was charged with trying to expel up to $ 25 million by Nike by threatening to disclose claims that the shoemaker was paying off secondary school basketball players to guide them to Nike sponsored colleges. And in Los Angeles, it faces a multiple federal indictment claiming it has stolen millions of dollars from clients, without paying taxes, committed to bank fraud and has lied during a bankruptcy case.

Avenatti has denied the claims against him on both coasts, saying he expects to be released. Los Angeles payments only carry a possible penalty of more than 300 years in prison.

"I'm looking forward to getting a jury hearing all the evidence and passing an opinion on my behavior," Avenatti wrote in a text to The Associated Press.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, Avenatti originally hired a lawsuit she filed last year where she tried to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement which she signed with Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen, in exchange for $ 130,000. .

The money was supposed to buy her silence during Trump's run for president for an alleged relationship between the two. In August, Cohen pleaded guilty to breaching campaign funding laws in connection with the payment.

In announcing the new payments on Wednesday, prosecutors said that Avenatti had sent a "fraudulent and unauthorized letter" to Daniels' literary agent, instructing the agent to send payments to Daniels but not to Avenatti bank account under control. They said that he used the money brought to pay the workers of his law firm and paid for hotels, airplanes, dry cleaning and Ferrari.

"Far from representing his client, Avenatti, as claimed, was instead of fraud and total robbery, chasing rather than advocating for his client," said Attorney Manhattan, Geoffrey Berman, in a news release.

Avenatti "lied completely" and brought to maintain his "extravagant lifestyle," said Berman.

Daniels raised concerns with Avenatti about late payments around the publication of her book, "Full Disclosure," in October, according to indictment.

"When the publisher is going to cough my money," he asked Avenatti in early December, according to the indictment.

Avenatti responded that he "worked them and threatened litigation," said prosecutors, but told Daniels that he had already received the money.

Daniels started raising public concerns about Avenatti's behavior in November. In a statement, he said that Avenatti had launched an attempt to raise money to raise money for her legal case without telling her. He also said that he had filed a defamation case against Trump, on his behalf, against her wishes.


May 22, 2019 / 11:05 am | Story:
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Lummi Nation in the state of Washington urges US officials to recognize the urgent state of health of two murderers who live in south Wales.

Scientists from the National Ministry of Oceanic and Atmospheric photos released photos showing that an adult of the name J17 and her daughter, J53, had lost a lot of weight since their last health assessment.

A statement by the Lummi says that their people have a sacred obligation to look after the whales and feed them in the same way as they would be their own family and wants NOAA to fulfill that trustee duty.

The US administration has already said that it does not intend to intervene, but will continue to evaluate its options and consult with experts about the deteriorating animal health.


May 22, 2019 / 10:40 am | Story:
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Donald Trump Jr has a book coming out later this year which includes his "views and opinions" on the political scene and his father's presidency.

Center Street, an imprint of the Hachette Book Group, announced on Thursday that the book was not at present. There is no exact release date to install it.

Trump Jr said in a statement that he would highlight "great successes" of his father's administration, and write about those who support him and oppose him. The president's son has often spoken on behalf of his father over the last few years.

Center Street has announced other prominent Republicans, including former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Representative Steve Scalise.

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