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  2. Jun 28, 2022 · A Senate Blackberry belonging to Joe Biden found in May 2017 connects to yet another death on Capitol Hill - this time the Senate Sergeant at Arms. Journalist George Webb was told a network of encrypted Blackberrys in the Senate Sergeant of Arms was being used for covert actions like Libya, Syria, and Ukraine in May 2017, and the bodies have ...

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  3. Mar 30, 2021 · In March prosecutors confirmed they would pursue charges of “unintentional homicide” against city of Buenos Aires police officer Esteban Armando Ramirez in the death of Jorge Martin Gomez. Closed-circuit cameras captured Ramirez kicking Gomez in the chest during an August 2019 arrest.

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  5. Marie-Agnès Combesque is a member of the French Human Rights League and heads a working group called Universal Abolition of the Death Penalty Translated by Barry Smerin (1) On 1 October 1990 the Supreme Court refused to review his sentence. On 1 June 1995 the governor of Pennsylvania signed the execution order for Mumia Abu Jamal.

  6. Jan 11, 2022 · Senate bill filed by Sen. Joey Hensley (R) on January 19, 2021 and referred to Senate Judiciary Committee on February 10. Recommended for passage by the committee by a vote of 7-2 on March 30. The Senate moved to substitute SB 226 with HB 47 and PASSED the House bill by a vote of 26-6 on April 8.

  7. Jul 20, 2022 · A maneuver of the PP in the Senate delays the entry into force of the law of 'only yes is yes' The last word on laws always rests with Congress. The projects approved there go to the Senate for a "second reading" and, if they undergo any modification, they must return to the lower house for final approval.

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