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  • Judge threatens gag orders, moving Minneapolis officer trials due to public comments on case.

    06/30/2020 12:07:15 AM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 14 replies
    Fox 9 ^ | June 29, 2020 | Staff
    MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The former Minneapolis Police Officers accused of killing George Floyd made court appearances in downtown Minneapolis Monday where a judge set a trial date for next year and warned public officials to stop talking about the case publicly. The Hennepin County judge made it clear to public officials and family members of the victims and officers during the hearings Monday that he will move the trial out of Hennepin County if they continue to comment on the innocence or guilt of the officers involved in this case. “From this day forward, everyone has a warning,” the...
  • George Floyd rookie cop used crowdfunding to pay $750K bail

    06/13/2020 2:31:12 AM PDT · by Enterprise · 14 replies
    https://nypost.com ^ | June 11, 2020 | Lee Brown
    The fired rookie cop who bailed out of jail on serious charges over George Floyd’s death managed to raise his $750,000 bond with the help of donations to a crowdfunding site, according to a report. Thomas Lane, 37, posted cash bail Wednesday thanks in part to those who responded to an appeal decrying how high the bail was set, the Star Tribune said.
  • When Does the Fan Really Get Hit? (Vanity)

    06/11/2020 6:12:09 AM PDT · by a little elbow grease · 69 replies
    freerepublic.com ^ | 6/11/20 | self
    Now that Seattle has caved to insanity it sets me to thinking this morning.How much insanity, mayhem, and law-breaking will occur when Derek Chauvin goes on trial? How quickly do they dare to present that trial? Might that trial take place BEFORE the November Presidential election?What king of chaos do people here predict may happen during the Chauvin/Floyd murder trial?
  • Ed Buck’s Trial Delayed Until January 2021, and a New (Black) Lawyer Joins His Defense Team (Schiffty's big sigh of relief)

    06/08/2020 2:12:17 PM PDT · by Libloather · 5 replies
    Wehoville ^ | 6/04/20
    Ed Buck’s Laurel Avenue apartment apparently is still empty and on the market. But his cell at the federal Metropolitan Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles will remain occupied for longer than originally anticipated. That’s because the date of Buck’s trial on two federal charges of providing drugs resulting in death of two black men and three counts of distributing methamphetamine to young black men, once scheduled for Nov. 26, 2019, then moved to Aug. 4 of this year now has been postponed to Jan. 19, 2021. Buck, 65, is a white gay man known for his donations to Democratic...
  • Effect of High vs Low Doses of Chloroquine Diphosphate as Adjunctive Therapy for Patients Hospitalized With Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome SARS-CoV-2 Infection

    04/24/2020 1:14:42 PM PDT · by ProtectOurFreedom · 53 replies
    JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) ^ | April 24, 2020 | Mayla Gabriela Silva Borba, MD et al
    A Randomized Clinical Trial KEY POINTSQuestion How safe and effective are 2 different regimens of chloroquine diphosphate in the treatment of severe coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)? Findings In this phase IIb randomized clinical trial of 81 patients with COVID-19, an unplanned interim analysis recommended by an independent data safety and monitoring board found that a higher dosage of chloroquine diphosphate for 10 days was associated with more toxic effects and lethality, particularly affecting QTc interval prolongation. The limited sample size did not allow the study to show any benefit overall regarding treatment efficacy.Meaning The preliminary findings from the CloroCovid-19 trial...
  • Long Island hospitals join global battle for coronavirus treatment [clinical trial doc admits delaying treatment to the majority]

    04/05/2020 5:41:13 PM PDT · by catnipman · 46 replies
    newsday ^ | 4/5/2020 | Lisa L. Colangelo
    Clinical trials are key to effective treatments, even if it means LONG DELAYS IN THE USE OF the MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WHO NEED THEM, said Dr. William Schaffner, medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases and an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “There are any number of drugs in the laboratory that seem to have some kind of anti-viral effect,” he said. “That’s very intriguing. But there’s a long distance between what works in the lab and what works in humans.” But some experts are pushing back against the hype, warning that none of these...
  • Watters' World 4/4/20 FULL SHOW [Is the NYC Hydroxychloroquine trial a fake? FDA Commissioner Hahn says results will take "months"]

    04/04/2020 10:35:19 PM PDT · by catnipman · 40 replies
    Watters World via YouTube ^ | 4/4/2020 | Jesse Watters
    Watters' World 4/4/20 FULL SHOW | Trump Breaking News April 4, 2020 [relevant part with Hahn starts at 11:46]
  • Trump says US officials should have ‘good idea’ if malaria drug works on coronavirus in three days

    03/30/2020 9:15:08 AM PDT · by Yardstick · 44 replies
    CNBC ^ | March 30, 2020 | Berkely Lovelace Jr.
    President Donald Trump said U.S. health officials should have a “good idea” whether an anti-malaria drug being tested as a treatment for COVID-19 is effective in fighting the coronavirus in “the next three days.” “Hydroxychloroquine is something that I have been pushing very hard,” Trump said Monday morning during an interview on Fox News. “I think we’re going to have a good idea over the next three days because it’s been used now in New York at my request -- 1,100 people. It’s been used. I think that’s better than testing it in a laboratory. But the doctors tell me...
  • Clinical trials may begin next week in New York for coronavirus treatments: Health official

    03/27/2020 12:24:36 PM PDT · by Yardstick · 82 replies
    ABC News ^ | March 26, 2020 | Josh Margolin
    Officials are working out final details in plans to begin clinical trials next week for a malaria drug combination that appears to hold some promise for confronting the coronavirus pandemic. New York state Health Department officials are making arrangements to determine what patients at which hospitals will be allowed to participate in trials with hydroxychloroquine, Zithromax and chloroquine, a senior official at the department with knowledge of the plan told ABC News. The bulk of the patients are expected to be in the New York City metro area because the region has the biggest cluster of cases. [snip] New York...
  • I Tried To Block It Out’: Jury Member In Harvey Weinstein Rape Trial Describes Seeing His Naked Photos

    02/27/2020 3:19:51 PM PST · by justme4now · 68 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | February 26, 2020 | Lauryn Overhultz
    A member of Harvey Weinstein’s jury spoke out about being shown naked photos of the former producer during his rape trial. The jurors were shown naked photos of Weinstein as evidence during the trial, according to an interview published Tuesday by “Inside Edition.” “I tried to block it out,” said the woman, who was only identified as “juror no. 2.” “It was presented to us, so it wasn’t something that we could have blocked out, but it’s hard not to make a face.” As previously reported, actress Jessica Mann testified about the first time she saw Weinstein naked, claiming he...
  • Analysis: Fight over Trump’s impeachment shifts to battle over the impact on Senate races

    02/08/2020 10:28:41 AM PST · by where's_the_Outrage? · 13 replies
    Washington Compost ^ | Feb 8, 2020 | Paul Kane
    The Senate’s impeachment trial of President Trump may have ended, but the political fallout will continue for weeks and possibly months to come. A pair of Democratic super PACs on Friday announced reservations for a several-million-dollar digital ad campaign targeting Republican senators in Arizona, Maine and North Carolina, two days after the trio voted to acquit Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Armed with polling showing voters largely supported an expanded trial, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is trying to raise money for key challengers to Republican incumbents. “We know you’re angry,” the DSCC began...
  • Remdesivir under study as treatment for novel coronavirus

    02/07/2020 4:43:51 PM PST · by catnipman · 21 replies
    MDedge ^ | 2/7/2020 | Doug Brunk
    “What they’re looking at is the effect of this drug -- either the drug plus standard of care versus standard of care alone,” Anthony S. Fauci, MD, reported Feb. 7 during a press briefing held by members of President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force. “I think pretty soon we are going to get a definitive answer, whether one of these among several drugs works.” Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, added that several organizations and individual investigators are developing vaccines for 2019-nCoV. In one such effort, the National Institutes of Health is working with Moderna...
  • How History Will Judge the Trump Impeachment

    02/07/2020 2:39:46 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 31 replies
    The Daily Signal ^ | February 7, 2020 | Hans von Spakovsky
    The Senate has voted against impeaching President Donald Trump, defeating two articles of impeachment by votes of 52-48 and 53-47. Trump joins two former presidents, Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, in being impeached by the House of Representatives before being acquitted by the Senate. The House failed to produce credible evidence that the president committed any “high Crimes and Misdemeanors” or engaged in any action that justified his impeachment by the House, let alone his conviction and removal from office by the Senate. Despite Democrats’ loss in the Senate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Reps. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and...
  • Senate Impeachment Trial LIVE - day 12 (Acquittal Day)

    02/05/2020 8:33:44 AM PST · by Jim Robinson · 499 replies
    Senate Impeachment Trial LIVE - day 12 (Acquittal Day)
  • Explainer: Why Republicans will vote to acquit Trump in his impeachment trial

    02/05/2020 6:57:39 AM PST · by where's_the_Outrage? · 24 replies
    Reuters ^ | Feb 5, 2020 | David Morgan
    WASHINGTON — The Republican-led U.S. Senate is expected to acquit President Donald Trump on Wednesday at the end of his impeachment trial on charges that he abused his power in dealings with Ukraine and obstructed efforts to uncover the alleged misconduct. Here is a summary of the reasons that Trump's Republicans, who control 53 seats in the 100-seat chamber, say he should not be removed from office: * Trump did nothing wrong * Trump's actions were wrong, but not impeachable * Removal of Trump would upset voters * Not enough evidence * Let the voters decide
  • These are the ideal conditions for Trump on his State of the Union

    02/04/2020 4:47:54 PM PST · by where's_the_Outrage? · 8 replies
    Washington Compost ^ | Feb 4, 2020 | Amber Phillips
    Here’s another first for President Trump’s impeachment: He will be giving the State of the Union address Tuesday night, less than 24 hours before the Senate is expected to acquit him and end impeachment proceedings. President Bill Clinton had to deliver his State of the Union during impeachment, in the middle of his Senate trial. And he never once mentioned impeachment during his 77-minute address, reports The Post’s Paul Kane.... Let’s look at some of the most common process arguments they use not to convict Trump. 1. Democrats held witness depositions behind closed doors 2. Democrats subpoenaed witnesses before they...
  • Senate Impeachment Trial LIVE - day 11

    02/03/2020 7:53:45 AM PST · by Jim Robinson · 396 replies
    Senate Impeachment Trial LIVE - day 11
  • Inside the Senate trial: McConnell stops rebel push in GOP for witnesses

    02/02/2020 7:33:22 AM PST · by where's_the_Outrage? · 56 replies
    Washington Compost ^ | Feb 1, 2020 | Seung Min Kim, Rachael Bade
    Inside the Mansfield Room at the Capitol, where Senate Republicans have held daily strategy sessions during President Trump’s impeachment trial, senators began walking through their arguments on why they should block witnesses from testifying in the proceedings. But at this lunch on Thursday, Sen. Mitt Romney (Utah) was getting visibly annoyed. If this is meant to persuade me, Romney told his colleagues, it’s not helpful, according to two officials with knowledge of the exchange. The senator, a near-lone GOP voice in seeking witnesses for the trial, felt as if other Republicans were singling him out.... Trump’s acquittal was never in...
  • Michael Avenatti’s Lonely Fall The disgraced lawyer wanted to be a legal celebrity. Now he’s not even the most famous defendant on the block.

    02/01/2020 9:05:12 AM PST · by libstripper · 22 replies
    New York Magazine ^ | Jan. 31, 2020 | Andrew Rice
    Full title of article: "Michael Avenatti’s Lonely Fall The disgraced lawyer wanted to be a legal celebrity. Now he’s not even the most famous defendant on the block." Excerpt: Over the last year or so, the swift and not particularly surprising fall of lawyer Michael Avenatti has descended through the circles of bankruptcy, alleged domestic violence, banishment from cable television, and separate indictments for tax fraud, extortion, and cheating Stormy Daniels, his most important client. In mid-January, federal agents arrested Avenatti in the middle of a disciplinary hearing before the State Bar of California and charged him with violating his...
  • Democrats are about to go through hell now that the Senate trial is over

    02/01/2020 3:35:07 AM PST · by Libloather · 69 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 1/31/20 | Eddie Scarry
    Now that the Senate trial is over, I hope Democrats have plenty of water and aspirin in preparation for the raging impeachment headache they're about to endure. **SNIP** I suspect that, when Democratic voters asked for impeachment, they weren't thinking of a scenario wherein Trump remains in office. I suspect that when Democratic Reps. Maxine Waters, Rashida Tlaib, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez worked their wild base into a frothy mess by pushing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to impeach, the expected outcome wasn't that Trump gets ready for a reelection campaign to spend another four years in the White House. This absolutely...