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A man who was caught kissing a woman while attending a soccer game in Ecuador is now in hot water.
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Antonio Brown will soon leave police custody, on $110,000 bond. The charges he currently faces could put him behind bars for a long time, however. Via Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com, Brown faces among other things a charge of felony burglary with battery. It carries a potential sentence of life in prison. "They overcharged him," attorney [more]
This is after they ran into each other at a store.
- U.S.The Independent
A female prisoner died after guards did not intervene while she was being beaten with a sock filled with bars of soap, it is claimed in a lawsuit set to be heard in the US.Nicole Rathmann was attacked by another inmate as she lay on her bunk at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility.
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Video Family attorney for toddler who died falling from cruise ship says Royal Caribbean has been ‘giving a false narrative since day one’
The parents of Chloe Wiegand, the Indiana toddler who fell to her death from the open window of a cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico, say it was ‘physically impossible’ to blame the child’s grandfather and accuse Royal Caribbean Cruises of lying in its motion to seek the dismissal of the family’s lawsuit. The Wiegand’s family attorney, Michael Winkleman, sat down with Fox News to explain.
We'll have what she's having.
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A patient in Southern California is the third person in the U.S. to be diagnosed with the new pneumonia-like virus from China, health officials said. The Centers for Disease Control confirmed a traveler from the Chinese city of Wuhan — the epicenter of the outbreak — tested positive for the virus, the Orange County Health Care Agency announced just before midnight Saturday. The first known case in California comes on the heels of diagnoses in Washington state, on Jan. 21, and Chicago, on Jan. 24.