Posts Tagged ‘trial’

Roger Stone found guilty on all counts in trial stemming from Mueller probe

Trump confidant and GOP operative Roger Stone was found guilty on all seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress in Washington, D.C., federal court on Friday, after a weeklong trial on charges that stemmed from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. Stone was charged with […]

Trial ends for group charged with illegally recording Planned Parenthood officials who admitted selling aborted baby body parts

(Natural News) A jury in San Francisco has begun deliberations in what is deemed the “blockbuster trial of the century” involving an undercover media operation that recorded Planned Parenthood officials admitting they allegedly sold aborted fetal parts and tissue while negotiating for higher fees. As reported by Lifesite News, the federal trial […]

Turkey puts lecturer, students on trial for taking part in LGBT pride march

ANKARA, Turkey — Eighteen Turkish students and a lecturer went on trial on Tuesday for taking part in a banned LGBTI Pride event at an Ankara university. The defendants face up to three years in prison if convicted of “unlawful assembly and protest” and “refusing to disperse” in a trial deemed “farcical” by rights groups. […]

Testimony Begins In Roger Stone Trial

Source Article from https://stanstasblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/08/testimony-begins-in-roger-stone-trial/ Related Posts Roger Stone found guilty on all counts in trial stemming from Mueller probe Trump confidant and GOP operative Roger Stone was found guilty on all Trial ends for group charged with illegally recording Planned Parenthood officials who admitted selling aborted baby body parts […]

Rex Tillerson Testifies At Climate Fraud Trial Against ExxonMobil

Rex Tillerson Testifies At Climate Fraud Trial Against ExxonMobil Above Photo: Rex Tillerson was Exxon’s CEO from 2006 until his retirement shortly before becoming U.S. secretary of state in the Trump administration in 2017. President Donald Trump fired him a year later. Credit: Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images The former Exxon CEO, once Trump’s secretary of state, […]

Accused of Treason and Imprisoned Without Trial: Journalist Kirill Vyshinsky Recounts His Harrowing Time in a Ukrainian Prison

  In November 2018, I became aware of the case of Kirill Vyshinsky, a Ukrainian-Russian journalist and editor imprisoned in Ukraine without trial since May 2018, accused of high treason.  Soon after, I interviewed Vyshinsky via email. He described his arrest and the accusations against him as politically-motivated, “an attempt by the Ukrainian authorities to […]

Four Takeaways From US Trial Against Honduras President’s Brother

Four Takeaways From US Trial Against Honduras President’s Brother Above photo: A man holds up a sign while protesting against Juan Antonio Hernández outside Manhattan federal courthouse on Oct. 11. (AFP/Getty Images) The US drug trial against the brother of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández brought the nexus between organized crime and political power to the forefront, […]

Probe into 2015 Paris jihadist rampage wraps up, paving way for trial

PARIS — French investigators have wrapped up their probe into the jihadist attacks that killed 130 people on a single day in Paris four years ago, prosecutors said Monday, paving the way for trial. Prosecutors will now have a month to present their case to judges, who will then decide on a trial date. Fourteen […]

Brother Of Honduran President Found Guilty In U.S. Drug Trial

Brother Of Honduran President Found Guilty In U.S. Drug Trial Above Photo: A demonstrator takes part in a protest against the government of president Juan Orlando Hernandez, whose brother Juan Antonio “Tony” Hernandez was found guilty of U.S. drug trafficking, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras October 18, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera NEW YORK (Reuters) – Honduran politician Juan Antonio […]

French #MeToo trial shows there is no winner in the battle of the sexes

Journalist Sandra Muller launched #balancetonporc (“expose your pig”) in October 2017, naming and shaming TV executive Eric Brion as a man who made crass comments about her at a party. Brion, who acknowledged the comments were “boorish” and apologized for them, later sued Muller for defamation, saying that the tweet had destroyed his reputation and […]

Small trial reverses a year of Alzheimer’s cognitive decline in two months using EM waves

   In the ongoing efforts to control and treat Alzheimer’s, one of the more promising avenues of research is using electromagnetic waves to reverse memory loss – and a small study using this approach has reported some encouraging results. The study only involved eight patients over a period of two months, so we can’t get […]

Saying He Would Return To US For Fair Trial, Snowden Wants People To Know ‘Why I Did What I Did’

“Was it better for the United States? Did it benefit us? Or did it cause harm? They don’t want the jury to be able to consider that at all.” Edward Snowden said Monday that he would return to the United States if afforded a fair trail where the American public could hear why he leaked […]

Trial date said set for 9/11 plotters at Guantanamo

WASHINGTON — Alleged 9/11 plotter Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others held at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp will finally go on trial in 2021, almost two decades after the devastating Al-Qaeda attack, the New York Times reported Friday. A military judge at the US Navy’s Guantanamo, Cuba base set the date for the death-penalty […]

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Landmark Opioid Trial

by Tyler Durden In the first of potentially thousands of verdicts against pharmaceutical companies accused of inciting the opioid epidemic, an Oklahoma judge on Monday ruled that Johnson & Johnson must pay a $572 million penalty for allegedly helping to fuel the opioid epidemic with irresponsible marketing practices, Reuters reports. Judge Thad Balkman, of Cleveland […]

Harvey Weinstein to be arraigned again ahead of criminal trial

Harvey Weinstein to be arraigned again ahead of criminal trial Source Article from https://stanstasblog.wordpress.com/2019/08/22/harvey-weinstein-to-be-arraigned-again-ahead-of-criminal-trial/ Related Posts THE WEINSTEIN STORY “YOU ARE TO STAND DOWN”: RONAN FARROW’S PRODUCER ON HOW NBC KILLED ITS WEINSTEIN STORY THE WEINSTEIN STORY “YOU ARE TO STAND DOWN”: RONAN FARROW’S PRODUCER ON HOW NBC KILLED Farrow: Clinton staff raised concerns over […]

Neuralink to trial microchips for human brains

Illustration of what Neuralink’s first brain-machine interface might look like in humans, with a series of implants connected to a device surgically implanted behind the ear.Photo: Neuralink Neuralink, the ambitious tech company behind research to link the human brain and computer together, is looking to start trials on patients next year. The announcement comes three […]

Fraud trial of Lee Elbaz to enter third day of jury deliberations

GREENBELT, Maryland — The jury in the fraud trial of Israeli binary options operative Lee Elbaz ended after a second day on Friday without reaching a verdict, and asked to reconvene on Monday to continue its deliberations. Elbaz was indicted by a grand jury in March 2018 on three counts of wire fraud and one […]

Jury to begin deliberations in fraud trial of Israeli binary options operative

A federal jury in Maryland was set to begin deliberating Thursday in the case against an Israeli woman charged with orchestrating a scheme to defraud tens of thousands of investors out of tens of millions of dollars. Jurors were expected to hear closing arguments in the trial of 38-year-old Lee Elbaz before deliberations begin. Elbaz […]

Ex-Theranos CEO, Stanford dropout Elizabeth Holmes’ trial delayed until August 2020

The pending trial of former Theranos CEO and Stanford dropout Elizabeth Holmes and COO Ramesh Balwani has been delayed to August 4, 2020 so the defense can review evidence.  After the defense’s request to review exculpatory evidence was granted, the U.S District Court for the Northern District of California revealed that jury […]

Former Tehran mayor goes on trial over wife’s murder

Former mayor of Tehran, Mohammad Ali Najafi, has gone on trial over several charges including the murder of his wife. Najafi, also a former vice-president, appeared in a criminal court in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Saturday. The indictment read out in court included murder, assault, battery and illegal possession of a weapon. The […]

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