Tag: court

Funeral home owner in the US pleads guilty to body parts for cash scheme

The director of a Colorado funeral home stole the bodies and body parts of the deceased and resold them. Sunset Mesa Funeral Home operator Megan Hess has confessed to stealing hundreds of bodies and body parts and reselling them to individuals and companies that purchased them for scientific, medical and educational purposes, according to a plea agreement filed on Tuesday. 

US reacts to capture of American mercenaries in Ukraine

Washington will ‘do everything’ to get them home if the reports prove true, a top US official has said The US is monitoring media reports that have claimed that two American nationals have been captured in Ukraine while fighting for the Kiev side. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Wednesday that Washington will do everything possible to secure their release if the reports are found to be true.

Mercenaries Trapped in Ukraine face capital punishment

DONETSK, May 27 The Prosecutor General’s Office of the DPR has completed the investigation into the criminal case of foreign mercenaries from Great Britain, Poland and Morocco, they may face the death penalty, Viktor Gavrilov, head of the department for investigating crimes against peace and human security of the republic’s Prosecutor General’s Office, told RIA Novosti.

Democracy is likely the most abused term in human history

The Second World War never did formally end; it merely adapted to circumstances. The next stage was to mirror former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s judgement: ‘Destroy a people’s racial bond and you destroy its natural ride and resilience. The race mixers mongrelised offspring thus becomes more easily controlled and defeated, and their future depends on stronger peoples.’

Western Journalist ‘Sentenced to Death’ for Exposing Western War Crimes

‘This is a question of revenge of a huge state on a caring person’: why a court in London approved the extradition of Assange to the USA: The Westminster Magistrates Court in London has approved the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States by issuing a warrant. According to the organization itself, the final decision on this case should be made by the head of the UK Home Office, Priti Patel. 

For once a legal decision that isn’t Queer

Paivi Maria Rasanen was accused of inciting homophobia due to quoting the Bible and stating that marriage was a union between man and woman. A Helsinki court has dismissed all charges against former Finnish minister Paivi Rasanen and Lutheran bishop Juhan Pohjoli in a trial portrayed as a major litmus test for freedom of speech that garnered international attention.