Unresolved Cold Case Takes Center Stage as Jury Trial Date Nears for Tony Haase, a Suspect in the 1992 Togstad and Mumbrue Murders

Boscobel, Wisconsin – A jury trial date has been set for Tony Haase, who is facing charges in connection with the 1992 murders of Togstad and Mumbrue. The trial is scheduled to begin on August 2, 2024. The case has gained significant attention due to its long-standing unsolved status and the heinous nature of the crimes. Haase is accused of the brutal killings of brothers Charles and David Togstad, as well as their friend Drake Mumbrue. The victims were found dead in their mobile home, and the case remained unsolved for over three decades. However, … Read more

Critical Decision on Trump Case Nears as Novice Judge Faces Crucial Crossroads

The fate of a closely watched lawsuit challenging the integrity of the 2020 presidential election hangs in the balance as a rookie judge in Carrollton, Georgia faces a pivotal decision. This case could have significant implications for the Trump campaign, which alleges widespread voter fraud. The judge, whose name has not been disclosed publicly due to security concerns, is tasked with deciding whether to allow the examination of mail-in ballots for evidence of misconduct. The lawsuit centers around claims made by the Trump campaign that mail-in ballots were mishandled and that there were discrepancies in … Read more

XRP Holds Steady as SEC vs. Ripple Lawsuit Nears Pivotal Point

San Francisco, California – Ripple, a blockchain technology company based in San Francisco, is currently in a legal battle against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over the sales of its cryptocurrency XRP. The case has reached a crucial milestone, with the court hearing scheduled for May 2021. The outcome of this hearing could have significant implications not only for Ripple but the entire cryptocurrency industry. XRP is the third-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, behind Bitcoin and Ethereum. Its value has remained relatively stable leading up to the court hearing, despite the uncertainty surrounding … Read more

Trump Takes Exits Courtroom as Defamation Trial Nears Verdict – A Dramatic Conclusion Looms

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump left the courtroom during the defamation trial as closing arguments got underway on Friday. The trial revolves around a lawsuit filed by Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Trump’s reality TV show “The Apprentice,” who accused him of sexual assault during his presidential campaign in 2016. The trial, taking place in New York City, has drawn considerable attention since it began. Zervos, who is seeking damages for alleged harm to her reputation, claims that Trump’s denials of her assault allegations are false and defamatory. During the trial, … Read more