Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations from ex-girlfriend

  1. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations from ex-girlfriend  CBS News
  2. Rep. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations  Washington Post
  3. DNC co-chair, Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations from ex-girlfriend  Fox News
  4. Abuse allegation made against Keith Ellison, who denies it  Minnesota Public Radio News
  5. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations  Vox
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Rep. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations

  1. Rep. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations  Washington Post
  2. Rep. Keith Ellison Denies Domestic Abuse Accusations  HuffPost
  3. DNC co-chair, Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations from ex-girlfriend  Fox News
  4. US Rep. Keith Ellison accused of domestic violence; he denies it  Minneapolis Star Tribune
  5. Keith Ellison denies abuse allegations  Vox
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New Mexico child abuse suspects accused of training children for shootings

New Mexico child abuse suspects accused of training children for shootingsBy Andrew Hay TAOS, N.M. (Reuters) – Two men charged in the abuse of 11 youths found malnourished at a ramshackle compound in New Mexico were training the children with firearms to commit school shootings, prosecutors said in court documents filed in the case on Wednesday. One of the suspects, identified as Huraj Wahhaj, is the father of a young boy whose disappearance from his home near Atlanta months ago prompted the investigation that led authorities to raid the compound, located north of Taos, New Mexico, last week. Wahhaj, a second man accused of harboring him as a fugitive, Lucas Morton, and three women presumed to be the mothers of the 11 children, who were taken into protective custody from the compound, were each charged with 11 counts of felony child abuse.


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New Mexico child abuse suspects accused of training children for shootings

New Mexico child abuse suspects accused of training children for shootingsBy Andrew Hay TAOS, N.M. (Reuters) – Two men charged in the abuse of 11 youths found malnourished at a ramshackle compound in New Mexico were training the children with firearms to commit school shootings, prosecutors said in court documents filed in the case on Wednesday. One of the suspects, identified as Huraj Wahhaj, is the father of a young boy whose disappearance from his home near Atlanta months ago prompted the investigation that led authorities to raid the compound, located north of Taos, New Mexico, last week. Wahhaj, a second man accused of harboring him as a fugitive, Lucas Morton, and three women presumed to be the mothers of the 11 children, who were taken into protective custody from the compound, were each charged with 11 counts of felony child abuse.


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Suspects in New Mexico child abuse raid 'had supernatural beliefs'

Suspects in New Mexico child abuse raid 'had supernatural beliefs'The estranged family of 11 malnourished children rescued from a squalid New Mexico compound have called the discovery of the children’s conditions “heartbreaking, sad and embarrassing for the rest of the family”. The children, ranging in age from one to 15, were discovered last week in a raid of a partially underground rural New Mexico compound and turned over to state child welfare workers. “They were skinny, their ribs showed, they were in very poor hygiene and very scared,” Taos county Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe told ABC News Radio.


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5 things for August 7: Rick Gates, Infowars, Iran, child abuse case, wildfires

  1. 5 things for August 7: Rick Gates, Infowars, Iran, child abuse case, wildfires  CNN
  2. As Manafort Trial Continues, The Defense Gets Its Shot At Ex-Partner Rick Gates  NPR
  3. Rick Gates testifies that he committed crimes with Paul Manafort and embezzled money from him  Business Insider
  4. Paul Manafort’s ostrich jacket pretty much sums up Paul Manafort  Dallas News
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