· TikTok and YouTube stars Alan and Alex Stokes charged with felony after bank robbery prank gone wrong →
The Orange County District Attorney’s Office announced on Wednesday (5 August) that the pair have been charged with false imprisonment and “swatting”.
· Trump sent 'coded messages to Ghislaine Maxwell' as Epstein associate sits behind bars →
Mr Cawthorne remarked: “Trump introduced the idea that Maxwell could be murdered, by speculating that Epstein was killed even though his Attorney General had concluded that it was suicide.
· Calls for justice in Black suspect’s death in North Carolina →
Hawkins said he was disturbed it took the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office months to bring charges in Neville’s death and to release the jail video.
· With first suit still in court, Musa Aman sues Sabah governor for dissolving assembly →
State Attorney General Brenndon Keith Soh is expected to represent the governor and the Sabah government.
The New York Times
· A Family Cries ‘Justice for Hannah.’ Will Its Rural Town Listen? →
The Highway Patrol finished its investigation last week and handed over a report to the Pettis County prosecuting attorney, who had a special prosecutor appointed.
The New York Times
· Nixon Also Called In the Military Against Protesters →
Presiding was the deputy attorney general, Richard Kleindienst.
· Grammy-winning producer Detail charged with 15 counts of sexual assault →
Mark Bledstein, an attorney representing the producer, said he would fight the criminal charges in court.
· Jake Paul: FBI seizes multiple firearms following raid at YouTube star’s house →
Paul was not home during the search, his attorney said.
· Deutsche Bank Gives Up Trump Records Under Subpoena, NYT Reports →
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. suggested in a court filing earlier this week that his office may be investigating potential bank and insurance fraud by the Trump Organization.
· Man accused of threatening to burn down Black church in Virginia pleads guilty →
Bareswill pleaded guilty to a telephonic threat to use fire to kill, injure or intimidate any individual, or unlawfully to damage or destroy a building, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia said in a statement.