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Man pleads guilty to sending ‘white powder,’ threatening letters to OkCupid’s Dallas office

A Massachusetts man pleaded guilty Thursday to sending threatening letters – one of which included white powder – to the Dallas office of the popular dating service OkCupid in 2017.

Liam MacLeod, 47, was arrested in February for sending the letter between September and December 2017, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said in a news release.

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Liam MacLeod has pleaded guilty to two counts of mailing threatening communications and two counts of conveying false information and hoaxes. (cdc.gov)

MacLeod, of Beverly, Mass., had been angry that the service banned him for violating the company’s terms of service, according to federal documents cited by the Dallas Morning News.

One of the letters sent to OkCupid’s Dallas office contained a “suspicious white powder” and the message: “Greeting from Beverly … Ban me will ya … Welcome to the wonderful world of ANTHRAX … Expect a package within the next couple of days … It won’t be ticking but it should be interesting!”

MAN WHO SENT POWDER-FILLED LETTERS TO TRUMP SONS GETS PROBATION

Eight more envelopes came postmarked from Boston, according to a criminal complaint. Some of those letters contained a blood-like substance and references to a suspended account, the Morning News reported. Dallas County health officials determined none of the envelopes contained hazardous materials.

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Investigators were able to identify MacLeod by matching details in the letters with his suspended account. He pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of mailing threatening communications and two counts of conveying false information and hoaxes.

Fox News’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.

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91-year-old Holocaust survivor killed in SoCal hit-and-run

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A 91-year-old Holocaust survivor was killed in a Southern California hit-and-run Monday while walking his dog through a Los Angeles crosswalk, according to reports.

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“We wish you had a human soul to stop or call and not leave him lying on the ground,” Gennady Bolotsky’s granddaughter said of the suspected driver, who is still at large, according to Fox 11. Bolotsky’s family gathered at the scene Thursday to ask for help in finding the suspect.

“He was supposed to live to 100 or more. At 91, he had more energy than a person half his life,” Bolotsky’s son said.

The 91-year-old was hit at the same crosswalk 15 years ago and survived, KABC reported.

Bolotsky, born in 1928, came to the United States after escaping the Nazi occupation of Ukraine, Fox 11 reported.

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Police are offering a $50,000 reward for information on the suspect.

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Alabama woman accused of sexually torturing unconscious man: report

A Tuscaloosa County woman has been charged for sexually torturing a man who was unconscious from a date rape drug after police uncovered explicit videos on her phone, court documents filed Thursday alleged.

WASHINGTON MAN ASSAULTS WOMAN DAYS AFTER BEING RELEASED FROM JAIL FOR RAPING HER LAST YEAR: PROSECUTORS

Police arrested Jennifer Marie Johnson, 36, on suspicion of driving a stolen car last month. While searching her phone they said they found videos of her laughing while sodomizing the bound, unconscious victim with a sex toy, according to The Tuscaloosa News.

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Jennifer Marie Johnson (Tuscaloosa County Jail )

“The victim does not regain consciousness during or after the incident,” an investigator wrote of the alleged March incident, according to AL.com. Investigators were also able to identify and speak to the alleged victim who is in his mid-20s.

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Johnson was already in jail for allegedly buying a stolen car when she was charged.

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South Texas officer fatally shot; suspect arrested

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A South Texas police officer has been shot and killed in what officials say was the line of duty, and a suspect is in custody.

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The Texas Department of Public Safety says the Mission police officer was shot Thursday night in the eastern part of the city 6 miles west of McAllen. Mission police Lt. Art Flores says the officer, whose identity hasn’t been released, died later at a McAllen hospital.

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No details have been released on what led to the shooting, and the suspect’s identity also hasn’t been released.

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Georgia inmate says ‘I ain’t never took a life’ before execution

A Georgia man convicted of a 1996 shotgun slaying maintained he “ain’t never took a life,” before he was put to death by lethal injection Thursday.

Marion Wilson Jr., 42, and Robert Earl Butts Jr. were convicted of murder and sentenced to death for the shotgun slaying of 24-year-old Donovan Corey Parks in Milledgeville — about 90 miles southeast of Atlanta.

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FILE: Marion Wilson Jr. Wilson was convicted of killing an off-duty prison guard in Georgia more than two decades earlier. (Georgia Department of Corrections via AP,)

Wilson told his friends, family and supporters before receiving a deadly injection of pentobarbital at the state prison in Jackson: “I love y’all forever. Death can’t stop it. Can’t nothing stop it.”

He accepted an offer to have a prayer read. The warden exited the execution chamber at 9:40 p.m. and Wilson was pronounced dead 12 minutes later.

Wilson was convicted in November 1997 of malice murder, armed robbery, hijacking a motor vehicle, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a sawed-off shotgun. Butts, who was found guilty of the same charges about a year later, was executed in May 2018.

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The killing occurred on March 28, 1996, after Parks went to a Walmart to buy cat food, leaving his car right out front. A witness heard Butts ask Parks for a ride, and several people saw them getting into Parks’ car, according to a Georgia Supreme Court summary of evidence and the testimony presented at trial.

Butts was in the front passenger seat and Wilson was in the back as they left. A short distance away, the men ordered Parks out of the car, shot him in the back of the head and stole his car, prosecutors said.

At Wilson’s trial, while asking the jurors to impose the death penalty, Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Fred Bright said Wilson “blew (Parks’) brains out on the side of the road.”

Parks’ brother, Chris Parks, was a witness to the executions of both Butts and Wilson. He told The Associated Press last week that he was frustrated by how long it took for the death sentences to be carried out. Now, he said, he hopes his family can start to heal.

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“Execution doesn’t bring him back,” he said, referring to his brother. “But what execution does is it offers a starting point for myself, my dad, our family, to finally get some sort of closure and to start healing.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Border Patrol rescues 17 migrants lost on military bombing range in Arizona

More than a dozen migrants were rescued in southwestern Arizona after they crossed into a military bombing range and became lost, according to Border Patrol.

The group of 17 migrants was comprised of eight adults and nine juveniles.

Border Patrol said emergency services in Mexico relayed a phone call to the Yuma Sector Operations Center from the group lost in the desert around 10 p.m. Monday.

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Yuma Station agents deployed to the area to search for the migrants and they were found about 30 miles east of San Luis within the Barry M. Goldwater Bombing Range. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

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The caller reported that Yuma Station agents deployed to the area to search for the migrants, and they were found around 11:30 p.m. about 30 miles east of San Luis within the Barry M. Goldwater Bombing Range.

Border Patrol said the migrants didn’t need medical attention and were transported to Yuma Station where they received food and water before being processed for immigration violations.

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In a statement, as the Tucson Sentinel reported, the sector chief Anthony J. Porvaznik said there was an “adequate lack of infrastructure to stop this occurrence,” pressing for additional border barriers in his sector.

“This particular area is especially dangerous for illegal border crossers due to the remoteness of the location,” Porvaznik said, as migrants crossing through the range needed to “contend with the summer heat and the dangers of military training in the area.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Navy won’t drop murder charges against SEAL Edward Gallagher despite bombshell testimony

Navy prosecutors are still pursuing murder charges against Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher even after bombshell testimony Thursday by a Navy colleague who confessed that he was the one to kill the teenage Islamic State fighter.

Special Operator 1st Class Corey Scott, a SEAL Team Seven medic, testifying for the prosecution under an immunity agreement, told the court that he held his “thumb over his TT tube until he quit breathing,” admitting that he asphyxiated the captive, despite saying that he saw Gallagher stab the boy in his neck.

MEDIC TESTIFIES THAT HE, NOT NAVY SEAL EDDIE GALLAGHER, WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR ISIS FIGHTER’S DEATH

When cross-examined by the defense, Scott said he killed the fighter because he knew “he was going to die anyways.”

“I wanted to save him from what was going to happen to him next,” Scott said, referring to alleged torture by Iraqi captors.

Gallagher served nine months in prison awaiting trial in the fatal stabbing of the 15-year old ISIS fighter in Iraq in 2017. He has also been accused of shooting two civilians in the same year, and opening fire on crowds, all claims he has vociferously denied.

Gallagher’s attorney Tim Parlatore, said at a news conference he is “expecting a not-guilty verdict” after Scott’s testimony.

Prosecutors are now treating Scott as a hostile witness, saying that he did not disclose that he was the one to asphyxiate the ISIS fighter in his pre-trial interviews and is only doing so now because he has an immunity deal and doesn’t want to see his colleague go to prison.

Gallagher, a decorated naval officer with 19 years of service who earned a Bronze Star with V for Valor twice, a Meritorious Unit Commendation and a trio of Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medals, was joined by his wife and two children outside the courtroom Thursday.

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“We’ve been patiently waiting for the truth to come out and we’ve heard from a lot of people who are intent and have colluded for over two years to take down my husband, so to hear today that someone finally had the bravery to stand up for the truth was refreshing after all of these years,” Andrea Gallagher said at a press conference.

“This is probably the worst-case scenario of what you could expect as a military family after nearly 20 years of service,” she added.

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Ga. cops pose as construction workers to catch distracted drivers

Law enforcement officers in Georgia posed as construction workers on Wednesday to catch drivers using their phones, but perhaps not their safety belts, near a busy intersection.

Once they spotted a violator, as FOX 5 Atlanta reported, the undercover officers radioed police in nearby parking lots.

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Then, those officers pulled over the drivers.

Marietta and Cobb County police wrote 141 tickets and made three arrests. Georgia state troopers wrote 29 tickets.

This sting operation is tied to a law combating distracted driving passed nearly a year ago in Georgia, and police are getting creative to make sure drivers keep to it.

Under the “Hands-Free Georgia Act,” drivers aren’t allowed to hold a phone or use any other part of their body to support the device. Violators may be fined and get points on their license.

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As the news outlet reported, the first citation calls for a $50 fine and one point against a license; the fine goes up by $50, and in one-point increments, for each additional citation.

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10-year-old girl is youngest to climb El Capitan: ‘I did it to have fun’

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The 10-year-old girl who just became the youngest person to conquer one of the world’s most challenging mountain climbs said Thursday, “I did it to have fun.”

Selah Schneiter of Colorado appeared on “Shepard Smith Reporting” on Thursday to talk about her climb on the “Nose Route” of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. She made the bold ascent over five days in early June.

10-YEAR-OLD GIRL BECOMES YOUNGEST PERSON TO CLIMB EL CAPITAN

“I feel like everybody is thinking it’s really crazy that I did it because I’m the youngest person, but I did it to have fun,” she told Smith.

El Capitan, a vertical rock formation in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, is about 3,000 feet from base to summit along its tallest face.

For perspective, imagine climbing something twice the height of the World Trade Center. Rock climbers consider it one for their ultimate challenges.

Selah made it to the top with the help of her father, a climbing guide and a family friend.

Her mother, Joy, who also appeared on “Shepard Smith Reporting,” said her daughter “practiced a ton.” Still she had some worries, given that Selah weighs a bit less than 60 pounds.

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Her parents are both rock climbers, though, and they said she has been climbing since she was a baby.

Smith reported that Selah considers herself “just a normal girl.”

How does she feel about her achievement? “Exciting and really overwhelming.”

She added that reaching the top “was really emotional.”

“It was really something that I have been thinking about for a long time,” she added. 

Said Joy: “She’s a precocious little kid.”

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So precocious, in fact, that she told Smith she’s already contemplating her next climb.

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Woman suing Harvard over slave portraits gains support of controversial prof’s relatives

A Connecticut woman suing Harvard University for 19th-century images of slaves she says were her ancestors has been backed by descendants of the professor who commissioned the images in a bid to prove blacks were inferior to whites.

On Thursday, 43 of Louis Agassiz’s descendants, several of whom have degrees from Harvard, delivered a letter to university President Lawrence Bacow and the Board of Overseers asking the university to return daguerreotypes of an enslaved African man named Renty, and his daughter, Delia, to plaintiff Tamara Lanier.

The images, which Agassiz commissioned in 1850, are believed to be the earliest known photographs of slaves.

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This copy of a 1850 Daguerreotype shows Renty, a South Carolina slave. (Courtesy of Harvard University/The Norwich Bulletin via AP)

Lanier, who says she is Renty’s great-great-great granddaughter, sued Harvard in March for “wrongful seizure, possession and expropriation” of images. Her suit, filed in the state court, demands that Harvard give back the photos, acknowledge her ancestry and pay unspecified damages. Harvard continues to profit from the images, the suit says.

The letter from Aggasiz’s relatives argued that the Swiss-born biologist’s racist beliefs were used to justify slavery by those who profited from it, the family said.

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Tamara Lanier holds an 1850 photograph of Renty, a South Carolina slave who Lanier claims is her great-great-great grandfather. (John Shishmanian/The Norwich Bulletin via AP)

“For too many years, we have ignored Agassiz’s role in promoting a pseudoscientific for white supremacy,” the letter informs. “We see this as a collective failure to live up to our values of anti-racism and compassion. Now is the time to name, acknowledge and redress the harm done by Louis Agassiz.”

Lanier welcomed the support of Agassiz’s family.

“We hope that the lesson of confronting the past head on is one that Harvard can learn from Papa Renty,” she said in a statement.” Slave owners profited from his suffering – it’s time for Harvard to stop doing the same thing to our family.”

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Harvard spokeswoman Rachel Dane said in an email to The Associated Press that Harvard “cannot comment on the subject of ongoing litigation,” but added that Harvard “has and will continue to come to terms with and address its historic connection to slavery.”

The images are currently kept in a special storage room at Harvard’s Peabody Museum due to their fragility.

Fox News’ Francesca Walton and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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