Alec Baldwin’s Involuntary Manslaughter Case Dismissed Over Hidden Evidence

SANTA FE, N.M. — In a shocking development, the involuntary manslaughter trial of actor Alec Baldwin was abruptly halted Friday when a judge ruled in favor of dismissing the case. The decision came after Baldwin’s defense team argued that crucial evidence had been improperly withheld by prosecutors, prompting the court to find no other viable option but to terminate the proceedings. First Judicial District Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer stated that the dismissal would be with prejudice, preventing the case from being refiled against Baldwin. This dramatic turn of events unfolded in the courtroom, leaving Baldwin … Read more

Bankruptcy Case Dismissed: Giuliani’s Non-Compliance Halts Chapter 11 Protection Amid Financial Woes

New York, NY — The Chapter 11 bankruptcy case of Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and attorney to Donald Trump, was dismissed by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Friday due to Giuliani’s non-compliance with financial disclosure requirements. Giuliani, who once gained national prominence for his leadership following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, sought bankruptcy protection in December, claiming financial duress following a hefty $148 million defamation judgment. The judgment was related to his false accusations of election fraud against Ruby Freeman and Wandrea’ ArShaye Moss during the 2020 presidential election, which … Read more

Alec Baldwin Cleared: ‘Rust’ Shooting Case Dismissed Amid Evidence Withholding Controversy

Santa Fe, NM — In an unexpected turn of events, a judge dismissed the involuntary manslaughter charges against Alec Baldwin, stemming from a tragic incident on the “Rust” film set in 2021. The case was closed after it was revealed that crucial evidence had been withheld by the prosecution. On Oct. 21, 2021, while rehearsing at Bonanza Creek Ranch near Santa Fe, a prop gun Baldwin was holding discharged, fatally striking cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. Baldwin, who also served as a producer on the film, has maintained that he did not … Read more

Lawsuit Against Anti-Trafficking Group Founder Dismissed Due to Liability Waiver, Despite Serious Injury Claims

Salt Lake City, Utah — A court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Bree Righter against Tim Ballard, the founder of the anti-human trafficking organization Operation Underground Railroad (OUR). Righter had alleged that negligence during a training session at OUR’s Draper gym led to severe injury, specifically a shattered eye socket. Righter’s legal complaint stated that the injury occurred when she was accidentally struck by a trainee’s knee during a wrestling drill. She claimed this accident caused persistent headaches and compromised her vision. Furthermore, Righter, who served as a former Marine, initiated broader accusations including … Read more