Author and former Washington Post reporter Ronald Kessler speculated that with the detail charged with protecting the president is such a state of disarray, “Five terrorists could come into the White House with grenades and wipe him out.”
A Minnesota prosecutor will proceed with a child endangerment case against a mother who provided medical marijuana to her son — despite the fact that the state recently passed a law allowing cannabis oil to be used for medical purposes.
Attorneys have successfully used the defense in the past, getting reductions in their clients’ sentences for hate crimes because the victims supposedly “came on” to their attackers, causing the defendant to react violently.
Taylor’s blood-alcohol content at the time of his death was 0.18, more than twice the legal limit for driving. He was wanted on an outstanding warrant and wrote about his fear of returning to jail in a series of Facebook posts in the days before he was killed.