Judge Urges Swift Pace in George Kelly Murder Trial as State’s Case Drags On

TUCSON, Ariz. – The murder trial of George Alan Kelly has seen a delay in its progress, prompting the judge to urge attorneys to expedite proceedings. Kelly is facing charges of second-degree murder for the fatal shooting of Gabriel Cuen Buitimea on his ranch on January 30, 2023. Originally scheduled to last four weeks, the trial has already stretched into its third week, with the prosecution yet to conclude their case. To gain a clearer understanding of the events surrounding the crime, the jury is scheduled to visit multiple locations on Kelly’s ranch, including the … Read more

Woman Fights for Abortion Rights in NC, Urges Support for Biden Reelection

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Amanda Zurawski, an advocate for abortion rights, embarked on a tour across North Carolina to campaign for the reelection of President Joe Biden and to advocate for federal abortion protections for women. Zurawski shared her personal experience in Texas, where she suffered from sepsis due to a lack of medical intervention following a miscarriage. During her tour, Zurawski visited major cities in North Carolina including Durham and Charlotte, where she engaged in discussions with doctors and voters. The primary objective of her campaign was to ensure that North Carolina maintains accessible abortion … Read more

Special Counsel Urges Judge to Enforce Redactions in Former President Trump’s Valet’s Court Filings

Miami, Florida – Special counsel Jack Smith has called on U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon to enforce redactions on court filings made by Waltine “Walt” Nauta, former President Donald Trump’s valet in the classified documents case related to Mar-a-Lago. Nauta is facing charges of conspiracy to obstruct, making false statements to the FBI, and withholding documents. He is accused of attempting to delete camera footage from Mar-a-Lago and concealing classified documents from a grand jury. In his briefs, Nauta argued that the indictment should be dismissed due to vindictive prosecution and retaliation for refusing to … Read more

Vin Diesel Fights Back: Urges Court to Dismiss Former Assistant’s Lawsuit

Los Angeles, CA – Actor Vin Diesel is seeking to have a lawsuit filed by his former assistant dismissed. The assistant, identified as Samantha Martin, alleges that she was subjected to abuse and a hostile work environment during her employment with Diesel. Martin claims that Diesel was verbally abusive, making demeaning and derogatory comments towards her. She also alleges that she was subjected to unwanted touching and that Diesel created a hostile work environment by fostering a culture of fear and intimidation. Diesel’s legal team has filed a motion requesting that the lawsuit be thrown … Read more