Manslaughter charge filed in Florida's latest 'stand your ground' killing

  1. Manslaughter charge filed in Florida’s latest ‘stand your ground’ killing  USA TODAY
  2. Prosecutor overrules sheriff, charges Florida man in ‘stand your ground’ case  CNN
  3. Sheriff called parking spot shooting legal under ‘stand your ground’ laws. Prosecutors disagreed.  Washington Post
  4. Man charged in fatal shooting that revived ‘stand your ground’ debate  NOLA.com
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Prosecutor overrules sheriff, charges Florida man in 'stand your ground' case

  1. Prosecutor overrules sheriff, charges Florida man in ‘stand your ground’ case  CNN
  2. Sheriff called parking spot shooting legal under ‘stand your ground’ laws. Prosecutors disagreed.  Washington Post
  3. Shooter in fatal Florida ‘Stand Your Ground’ case arrested for manslaughter  Fox News
  4. Delayed arrest of Clearwater shooter Michael Drejka latest parallel to George Zimmerman saga  Orlando Sentinel
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Sheriff called parking lot shooting legal under 'stand your ground' laws. Prosecutors disagreed.

  1. Sheriff called parking lot shooting legal under ‘stand your ground’ laws. Prosecutors disagreed.  Washington Post
  2. Florida man charged with manslaughter in “stand your ground” shooting  CBS News
  3. Florida man charged with manslaughter in ‘stand your ground’ case  CNN
  4. Florida man who killed black man in parking lot charged with manslaughter  Vox
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Man accused of murdering and eating his ex-girlfriend ruled mentally fit to stand trial

Man accused of murdering and eating his ex-girlfriend ruled mentally fit to stand trialA man accused of killing his former girlfriend and eating parts of her body has been deemed mentally fit to stand trial by a state psychiatrist. Joseph Oberhansley has been in prison in September 2014, when his ex-girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton was found dead in her home in Jeffersonville, in the US state of Indiana. Mr Oberhansley is accused of breaking into Ms Blanton’s house, raping her, stabbing her to death, then sawing her head and body open to eat her brain, heart and lungs.


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Does Samsung's Galaxy Home stand a chance?

  1. Does Samsung’s Galaxy Home stand a chance?  Engadget
  2. Galaxy Note9 hands-on—Samsung ships a bigger battery, not much else  Ars Technica
  3. Everything Samsung just announced — the Galaxy Note 9, Fortnite, and more  Business Insider
  4. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 hands-on: This is what a $1250 Android phone feels like  PCWorld
  5. Samsung Unpacked Event Recap: Galaxy Note 9 revealed alongside a host of new gadgets  Mirror.co.uk
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Former Trump campaign chief's deputy takes stand in his fraud trial

Former Trump campaign chief's deputy takes stand in his fraud trialRick Gates, the prosecution’s star witness in the trial of President Donald Trump’s former campaign chief Paul Manafort, testified Monday that he conspired with his ex-boss to hide millions of dollars in foreign bank accounts from US tax authorities. In riveting testimony before a packed courtroom, the 46-year-old also admitted to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from Manafort during the decade the pair worked together as political consultants. Gates, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy in February and is cooperating with the government in exchange for a more lenient prison sentence, took the stand on the fifth day of Manafort’s trial on tax and bank fraud charges in Alexandria, Virginia.


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