· Malka Leifer's alleged victims relieved by Israeli ruling she is fit to face extradition trial →
After almost 70 court hearings and a decade after she left Australia, Leifer, who allegedly abused students at the ultraorthodox Adass Israel girls school in Melbourne, may be extradited to face justice within months following a court order overnight from Jerusalem.
The Japan Times
· Police arrest suspect in deadly Kyoto Animation arson attack →
The arrest of Shinji Aoba, 42, came 10 months after he allegedly set the studio in Kyoto’s Fushimi Ward on fire, killing 36 people and injuring 33 others.
The China Post
· Video showing Michigan deputy punching woman sparks protests →
YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan sheriff’s deputy is seen on video punching a black woman in the head several times during her arrest early Tuesday, and another deputy tased her husband after the couple allegedly refused an order to leave the scene of a shooting.
· Disney, CBS sued for ‘rampant’ sexual harassment on cop show →
LOS ANGELES, May 27 — California sued Disney and CBS for allegedly covering up 14 years of sexual harassment against male crew members on the set of television cop series Criminal Minds, officials yesterday.
· Furore in US after black man dies as white policeman kneels on neck →
And police and prosecutors in Brunswick, Georgia allegedly covered up the killing of a young black jogger by the son of a retired investigator for local law enforcement.
· City doctor faces surrogacy charges →
Meanwhile, police on Tuesday arrested a woman for allegedly being connected to a group that ran a surrogacy operation out of a house in Samut Prakan province's Phra Pradaeng district.
The China Post
· Citgo sues Miami firm over millions lost in Venezuela fraud →
The lawsuit follows a similar complaint filed by Citgo two weeks ago against former Miami congressman David Rivera for allegedly breaking a $50 million consulting contract with PDVSA.
· Australian media to be tried for contempt over Pell reporting →
Dozens of Australian journalists and news organizations will go on trial in November for allegedly violating a gag order barring coverage of Cardinal George Pell's sex crimes case, a judge said Tuesday.
· Under-fire UK government aide Cummings has Johnson's loyalty →
The prime minister’s populist appeal has been hammered by news that, as the coronavirus outbreak raged, chief adviser Cummings drove 250 miles (400 kilometers) to his parents’ house while he was falling ill with suspected COVID-19 — allegedly flouting lockdown rules that the government had imposed on the rest of the country.
· Michigan Gov. Whitmer calls husband's boat launch request a 'failed attempt at humor' amid backlash →
The licensed pharmacist from Fort Salonga had already been on law enforcement’s radar after he allegedly made false statements to the DEA about destroying and selling opioids from the recent closure of his pharmacy in January and February.