Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron was granted a 48-hour delay in releasing the grand jury's recordings in the Breonna Taylor case after asking for more time just hours before he had been ordered by a judge to place the materials in the court record.
Cameron had requested a week to redact names and personal information of witnesses and private citizens from the 20 hours of audio recordings a judge ordered him to place in the court record by noon on Wednesday. But Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Ann Bailey Smith only granted Cameron an extension until noon on Friday to release the audiotape.
Smith's revised order requires Cameron to immediately file an unredacted copy of the recording to be kept under court seal.
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Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of emails last year to White House aides, Cabinet officials and her assistants using a personal account, many of them in violation of federal records rules, according to people familiar with a White House examination of her correspondence.
White House ethics officials learned of Trump’s repeated use of personal email when reviewing emails gathered last fall by five Cabinet agencies to respond to a public records lawsuit. That review revealed that throughout much of 2017, she often discussed or relayed official White House business using a private email account with a domain that she shares with her husband, Jared Kushner.
The discovery alarmed some advisers to President Trump, who feared that his daughter’s practices bore similarities to the personal email use of Hillary Clinton, an issue he made a focus of his 2016 campaign. He attacked his Democratic challenger as untrustworthy and dubbed her “Crooked Hillary” for using a personal email account as secretary of state.
Officer Gregory Hubert Brown has been fired from his job at a Georgia correctional facility after calling a Black inmate on suicide watch a “crazy” N-word, according to VICE News. While the sheriff’s office didn’t provide much detail on the incident, they did mention that Brown was placed on non-compensated administrative leave and said that he would be fired within three days. This is the third time that Brown has been fired from a job at a correctional facility within the last 10 years. In 2010, Brown was fired for threatening a fellow officer with violence and pushing them. In 2012, Brown was fired again from a jail for locking fellow officers into cells with inmates.
In a night marked by constant interruptions and blatant fact-fudging, it was a moment that sparked a separate online melee.
Moderator Chris Wallace gave President Donald Trump an uninterrupted opportunity to condemn the nation's biggest domestic terrorist groups: white supremacists. Instead, Trump said they should “stand back and stand by.” What's more, he said, the violence in cities like Kenosha and Portland is a “left-wing problem, not a right-wing problem.”
Trump's comments were quickly embraced by the Proud Boys, an alt-right self-described “western chauvinist” group who clearly viewed it as a call to action. The group turned his words into a logo that has been widely circulated on social media. On the right-wing social media site Parler, Proud Boys leader Joe Biggs said he took Trump’s words as a directive to “f--- them up.”
The Proud Boys, a far-right extremist group, pledged allegiance to President Donald Trump on Tuesday night after he told the group to "stand back and stand by" during the first presidential debate.
Wallace needed to have followed up:
Two grown adults yelling back forth. Biden allowed himself to lowered to the level of Donald Trump.