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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
This Sunday, April 10, 2016 photo provided by the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office shows Cardell Hayes. Police say Hayes has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of former New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith, who was shot and killed Saturday night. (Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office via AP) FILE - In this Dec.

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Football star's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
By KEVIN McGILL and JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football star - seven shots to the back, one to the side - makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New....

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Nation-Now Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Nation-Now Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football star — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
This Sunday, April 10, 2016 photo provided by the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office shows Cardell Hayes. Police say Hayes has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of former New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith, who was shot and killed Saturday night. (Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office via AP) FILE - In this Dec.

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Football star's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football star — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Football hero’s slaying plays out in court of public opinion
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
By KEVIN McGILL and JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero - seven shots to the back, one to the side - makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New....

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
By KEVIN McGILL and JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero - seven shots to the back, one to the side - makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New....

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Suspect in Smith shooting described as 'mild-mannered' guy
"Under Louisiana law the prosecution has the burden of disproving self-defense beyond a reasonable doubt. So, the defense can argue that he believed reasonably believed that he was in danger of losing his life, and that killing Will Smith was necessary to save himself," said attorney and Loyola University law professor Dane Ciolino.

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Panic in Ghana over TB Joshua‘s frightening prophesy
– Popular Lagos prophet, TB Joshua makes a very frightening prophecy which has created tension in Ghana. – In his prophesy concerning Nigeria and Ghana, the prophet says an attack is imminent. – Ghanaian Police hierarchy steps in to douse the tension.

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
By KEVIN McGILL and JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero - seven shots to the back, one to the side - makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New....

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
By KEVIN McGILL and JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero - seven shots to the back, one to the side - makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New....

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football star — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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THE STIRM BROUHAHA
By Dolores Balderamos Garcia. 0 Comments Pastor Scott Stirm of the National Evangelical Association of Belize (NEAB) has really stirred up a huge ants nest recently. I am still shaking my head at the arrogance, intolerance, cultural and religious imperialism, neo-colonialism, and, yes, racism in this entire sorry melee.

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#BringBackOurGirls: Two years later we cannot forget Nigeria's Chibok Girls
When 276 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boko Haram on April 14, 2014, the world looked on in horror. The mass kidnapping instantly garnered international media attention, and ignited a Twitter campaign of epic proportions. (In less than three weeks, #BringBackOurGirls was used more than a million times on social media.

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
Legal experts say there appears to be a strong case building against the man jailed in the death of football hero Will Smith _ including an autopsy report showing eight bullet wounds, seven of them in the back This Sunday, April 10, 2016 photo provided by the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office shows Cardell Hayes.

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Football hero's slaying plays out in court of public opinion
The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Football hero’s slaying plays out in court of public opinion
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The bullet-riddled corpse of a retired football hero — seven shots to the back, one to the side — makes a powerful starting point for prosecutors as they build the case against a gunman jailed in the death of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith, say legal experts who are watching the story unfold.

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Monsignor Richard O'Donnell, oldest priest in archdiocese, dies at 105
O'Donnell also maintained an active interest in the community around the church. In retirement, he regularly took on the job of collecting the money from the booths of the church's annual carnival. "It was his way of being involved and helping and he loved it. Everybody knew him," O'Donovan said.

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Kenya: Kenyan policeman who prays and fasts to win war against crime recognised
Thomas Longoris (right) after he received his award yesterday. [Photo: WILLIS AWANDU/Standard] Thomas Longoris came face to face with death only two years after he graduated from the Kenya Police Training College. A bloody confrontation with bandits left seven of his colleagues dead. Only Longoris and two other officers survived.

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Cruz defends anti-LGBT North Carolina law
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz offered his support on Thursday to a controversial law in North Carolina that prohibits transgender people from using the bathroom in line with their gender identities, calling the regulation “perfectly reasonable.” “I’m a constitutionalist.

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Inside Ted Cruz's novel strategy for winning from behind
It is a strategy born of necessity for the senator from Texas, who now acknowledges that his best path to the nomination is through a contested convention decided by thousands of little-known activists. With polls showing Cruz running well behind Trump in New York and five other northeastern and....

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Pub revellers helping to keep Nottingham streets safe
Funds raised at the bar in the Malt Cross are used for the Street Pastors scheme. "The better we do, the better off everyone else is in Nottingham." That was the message from the Malt Cross, one of a number of organisations and companies recognised for their contributions to the community at the....

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Tarentum church offers free lunch during Highlands teachers’ strike
How to help. First United Presbyterian Church of Tarentum is helping feed Highlands School District students in need of lunch due to the current teachers' strike. Today and Monday, the church will feed anyone in need from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Monetary donations are being accepted at the church, 913 Lock St.

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