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Boeing Knew About 737 MAX Problems with Sensor and Warning Light Failure Before 2 Deadly Crashes

Boeing didn’t disclose to airlines or federal regulators that a warning light wasn’t working until after one of two plane crashes. Boeing reported Sunday May 5, 2019 in a press conference that the company discovered after airlines had been flying its 737 MAX aircraft for several months that a warning light integrated with MCAS (Maneuvering […]

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Posted in Air Travel, Gov, Law

Trucker Driver Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos Accused in Fatal I-70 Crash, Fire Appears Before Judge

Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, the semitrailer driver suspected of causing the deadly crash and fire on Interstate 70 in Lakewood Thursday appeared before a judge Saturday afternoon. A total of 36 felony charges and four misdemeanor were filed by prosecutors against Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, age 23, accused of driving with driving a semi-trailer truck with excessive […]

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Posted in 24/7 Crime Alerts!, Law

YouTube Could Change Forever Thanks to New EU Rules

The European Parliament has approved a new directive that aims to protect copyrighted content on the internet, but critics argue it will limit free speech. Here’s what’s at stake for internet users worldwide. New EU laws could make Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Reddit liable for copyright-infringing content on their platforms. THANKS FOR READING CARDINAL NEWS […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Law

Illinois State Rifle Association Praises Decision in California Court Striking Down Proposition 63 Banning Commonly-Owned Firearm Magazines

Chatsworth, IL – The Illinois State Rifle Association is hailing the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California decision striking down California’s ban on commonly owned firearm magazines. Proposition 63 in California was passed by voters. One section of the measure banned the possession of firearm magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, […]

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Posted in Law

Jussie Smollett’s Attorney Patricia Brown Holmes Contributed $1250 To Kim Foxx Campaign

“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett’s attorney Patricia Brown Holmes has contributed to State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s campaign in the past, according to the state elections website (Note: attorney shown in the center of video teaser is Tina Glandian, Holmes at right). Jussie Smollett’s attorney, Patricia Brown Holmes donated $250 to Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s […]

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Posted in Law

CBS Chicago: ‘Alternatives To Prosecution’ Different For Jussie Smollett

Terrae Washington said he had to complete 50 hours of community service while working two jobs to get charges dropped against him while Jussie Smollett only had to do 18. Experienced with “Alternatives to Prosecution” after a charge of marijuana possession, Terrae Washington said he couldn’t believe that Jussie Smollett only had to serve 18 […]

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Posted in CRIME BLOG C, Law

Cook County State’s Attorney Joe Magats Defends Dropping Jussie Smollett Charges; and What Is Obama Asst. Tina Tchen Involvement?

Cook County State`s Attorney office defended its decision to drop all charges against actor Jussie Smollett, but a cloud of controversy surrounds the case (WGN’s Patrick Elwood reports). First Assistant State’s Attorney Joe Magats explained Tuesday why Jussie Smollett was not charged for allegedly staging a hate crime. The Cook County prosecutor said the decision […]

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Posted in Gov, Law, Politics

Attorneys for Family of Covington Catholic High School Student Nicholas Sandmann Suing The Washington Post for $250 Million

Attorneys for Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann are suing the Washington Post, seeking $250 million in damages — the amount that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos paid to purchase the Washington Post in 2013. The attorneys stated that they have plans to bring other “wrongdoers” before the court to seek damages in compensation for […]

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