Wife of Mexican Drug Trafficker ‘El Chapo’ Sentenced to Three Years in U.S. Prison

A United States judge on Nov. 30 sentenced the wife of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera to three years in prison after pleading guilty for her role in helping his Sinaloa Cartel. U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph …

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U.S. House Jan. 6 Select Committee to Vote for Contempt Charges Against Another Trump Admin Official

The United States House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot announced on Nov. 29 that it will vote to recommend former Trump Justice Department Official Jeffrey Clark for criminal contempt. The Committee plans to meet on Dec. 1 …

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Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich Wins First Round of Libel Case Over Claims in Putin’s People Book

A United Kingdom judge ruled on Nov. 24 that a number of passages in the bestselling book “Putin’s People” were defamatory against Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich. Abramovich is suing publisher HarperCollins and journalist Catherine Belton for libel, saying that certain …

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French Soccer Star Karim Benzema Found Guilty in Sex Tape Blackmail Case

A French court on Nov. 24 found international soccer star Karim Benzema guilty of conspiring to blackmail a former teammate with a sex tape. The court in Versailles handed a one-year suspended jail sentence to Benzema and ordered him to …

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Metropolitan Officers Found Guilty of Misconduct After Sharing Photos of Murdered Sisters on WhatsApp

Two Metropolitan police officers have been found guilty of gross misconduct on Nov. 24 for sharing photos of murdered sisters and referring to them as “dead birds” on WhatsApp. Serving officer Jamie Lewis and former officer Deniz Jaffer admitted to …

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