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Sister: 9-year-old boy accused of killing mom just ‘snapped’

The adult sister of a 9-year-old boy who is charged with killing their mother said he has mental health problems and probably just “snapped” on the day of the shooting.

“My mom would not want him to be labeled a murderer,” Reagan Martin, 23, told MLive.com. “Her whole world revolved around him.”

Police said the 51-year-old mother was found dead Monday in her home in southern Michigan’s St. Joseph County. Martin said her brother was adopted in 2016 but has lived with the family since he was very young.

The Associated Press is not identifying the mother because to do so would identify the boy. Martin has a different last name.

“I am unable to comment on the facts or status of the case,” said T. J. Reed, an attorney for the boy. “It is important to allow this case to properly move through the legal process and to not pre-judge this child based on partial or unknown facts.”

Martin said her brother was diagnosed with a mood disorder that worsened in the last two weeks when his medication was changed. She said he was “hitting, kicking and throwing stuff.”

She said she thinks he “snapped” after he was kept home from school, and that she doesn’t know how he got access to a gun, as the family’s hunting rifles were usually locked up.

“I don’t think he meant to do it. I think (it) was probably a scare tactic,” Martin said.

She said she spent time with her mother and brother Sunday.

“He was playing with my kids,” Martin said. “He was happy. My mom was happy.”

Sheriff Bradley Balk said the boy underwent a psychiatric evaluation at a state-run juvenile facility after his arrest.

“I’m angry; don’t get me wrong,” Martin said. “But he’s my little brother and he needs help. I hope he gets it.”

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Liberal student arrested for punching pro-lifer on UNC campus, triggered by images of aborted children

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A liberal college student was arrested for assaulting a representative of the pro-life group Created Equal after she attacked him at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill – and it was all caught on camera.

Jillian Ward, 19, a pro-choice feminist and aspiring journalist, said she was triggered by graphic photographs depicting aborted children put up by Created Equal. The group uses the images to show “the gruesome reality of abortion and to engage students in conversation about this human injustice.”

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Ward approached the group’s display on April 2, asking them, “Did y’all put these up?”

When Austin Beigel confirmed that he did, she raced toward him with fists flying. Beigel was allegedly punched in the face a number of times and was also hit in the stomach.

WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE AND VIOLENCE 

“F***ing terrible person,” Ward screamed. “You’re a terrible person. You — this is not okay. This is not okay. This is not okay. Shut the f**k up right now. This is wrong. This is triggering. You’re not an innocent human being. You’re a terrible person.”

UNC campus police arrested Ward and she is expected to make a court appearance in June.

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Mark Harrington, president of Created Equal, told Fox News this is part of a bigger trend on college campuses.

“Students being groomed on college campuses to be leaders, writers, and thinkers of the Left are increasing in censorship and violence against those with whom they disagree,” Harrington said.

LEFT-WING STUDENT CHARGED FOR ATTACKING PRO-LIFE PROTEST

Last year, Thomas Metcalf, 21, a member of the Young Democratic Socialists of America at IU and Black Lives Matter, was charged with disorderly conduct, vandalism, and larceny-theft on Oct. 4 attacking Created Equal’s protest.

Harrington pointed out Pennsylvania state representative Brian Sims’ recent harassment on camera of pro-life women and teens is indicative of what it looks like when students like Ward come to power.

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Biegel, who was traveling with Created Equal across 14 college campuses in three states, said “violence from abortion supporters is becoming more common” in a post on Facebook. He has forgiven Ward and asked others to pray for her.

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Man accused of killing wife on wedding night added to FBI’s Most Wanted list, may have fled to Mexico

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An Illinois man accused of killing his new bride just hours after she married him has been added to the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” list, as federal law enforcement officials disclosed Wednesday he may have fled the country.

Arnoldo Jimenez, 37, allegedly stabbed 26-year-old Estrella Carrera multiple times before leaving her in a bathtub to die at her Burbank, Illinois home on May 12, 2012, just hours after the two were wed, the FBI said in a news release.

“He has a criminal past and a history of violence,” said Special Agent Steve Barnard of the FBI’s Chicago field office. “We want to bring him to justice.”

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The two were married May 11, 2012 in a city hall ceremony and then were joined by family and friends for a reception. What should have been a night of celebration, however, apparently took a turn for the worse on the way home, when officials believe the couple got into an argument in Jimenez’s black Maserati.

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Arnoldo Jimenez (right) is accused of stabbing to death his wife, Estrella Carrera, hours after the two were married in May 2012. (FBI)

“We believe she was stabbed in the vehicle and then dragged back into the apartment and left bleeding in the bathtub,” Barnard said.

After Carrera didn’t pick up her children — a 2-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter —  family members asked the police to perform a wellness check on May 13, when her body was discovered in the bathtub.

The 26-year-old was found wearing the same dress she’d worn to the wedding reception.

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A murder warrant was issued for Jimenez a few days after the murder, but authorities believe he may have fled the U.S.

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An award of up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading to the capture of Arnoldo Jimenez, the FBI announced Wednesday. (FBI)

“He may have fled to Durango, Mexico, specifically in the area of Santiago Papasquiaro,” the FBI said. “Jimenez may also frequent Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico.”

On Wednesday, authorities announced an award of up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading to Jimenez’s capture.

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The FBI added Arnoldo Jimenez to the agency’s “Ten Most Wanted’ fugitive list. Jimenez is accused of killing his new wife on their wedding night and possibly fleeing the country. (FBI)

The seven-year anniversary of Carrera’s killing falls on Mother’s Day this year. Family members said during a news conference they still have hope Jimenez will eventually be captured.

“Her children need justice for their mommy,” sister Jazmin Carrera told FOX32. “They shouldn’t be at a mass dedicated to her and sending flowers to the cemetery.”

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Jimenez is now 37 years old and is described as being 6 feet tall, between 200 and 225 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes, according to the FBI. He is still considered to be “armed and dangerous,” according to federal officials.

Anyone with information about Jimenez’s whereabouts is urged to contact federal officials at 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit tips online.

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Mayor ‘Kane’ dons WWE mask, chokeslams unfortunate soul through table during symposium

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Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs busted out the iconic mask and signature move of his WWE character, Kane, during an event this week.

Jacobs, a Republican who was elected as mayor of the Tennessee county in 2018, delivered the opening remarks at the National Association of Sports Commissions Symposium at the Knoxville Convention Center Tuesday, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.

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As Jacobs welcomed the crowd and spoke about Knox County, he was interrupted by a man dressed as an event staffer.

“You know who I am, right?” Jacobs said as the man tried to get him off the stage. “Yeah, I’m mayor, but that’s not all.”

Suddenly, the lights turned red and Kane’s WWE theme music began playing.

Jacobs donned his Kane mask and proceeded to chokeslam the man through a nearby table.

“So, as I was saying,” Jacobs said to conclude the humorous skit. “Welcome to Knox County. I hope you have a wonderful time, and I expect to see you back here very soon…or else.”

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Jacobs made his last appearance in WWE in November 2018, losing a tag team match alongside his storyline brother, The Undertaker, to D-Generation X. In a video published by WWE in April, Jacobs said he would not rule out a return to the squared circle.

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White supremacists carrying Nazi flags interrupt Arkansas Holocaust Remembrance Day event

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A group of white supremacists carrying Nazi flags and hurling racial slurs briefly interrupted a Holocaust remembrance event in Arkansas earlier this week, local media reported.

The town of Russellville holds the March of Remembrance every year to honor and commemorate the survivors and the millions of people – mostly Jewish – who were killed during the Holocaust.

On Sunday, the peaceful event – which included a World War II veteran who helped liberate the Dachau concentration camp in April 1945 – was interrupted when members of the Shield Wall Network walked by them yelling racial slurs.

“It made me feel terrible. It made me feel terrible for my friends,” event organizer Joyce Griffis told KFSM. “They were talking to us like we were pieces of nothing.”

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Billy Roper, the leader of the Shield Wall Network, told the Courier News that they protested the march due to the controversy surrounding a scholarship at Arkansas Tech University that was named after late professor Michael Link. The Anti-Defamation League and others have accused Link of being a Holocaust denier.

The university has said the claims against Link cannot be substantiated with evidence.

“The purpose of showing up at the event was to show solidarity with an honored professor’s memory and opposition to the outside Jewish agitators, the ADL, whom Dr. Sarah Stein brought in to try and pressure my alma mater, ATU, into censoring free speech and academic expression,” Roper said.

Stein, who is Jewish, teaches at Arkansas Tech, KFSM reported.

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Videos purportedly from the march show a group of people carrying Nazi flags and posters yelling at marchers.

Despite the interruption, the event continued as planned. The speakers included Jason Dowd, the grandson of two Holocaust victims; Beryl Wolfson, a World War II veteran, and Stein.

Wolfson, 96, said he saw the liberation of the concentration camp with his own eyes and says he shares his story so that people “never forget, because it could happen again.”

Robert Vork, an associate professor of English at Arkansas Tech University and an attendee at the event, told the Courier News that listening to Wolfson recall his memories from Dachau was “one of the most moving, revealing and angering things” he’d ever witnessed.

“That courageous old man’s shaking voice is a call to all of us,” he added.

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The newspaper reported that Roper’s group held a follow-up demonstration in the City Mall parking lot after interrupting the march.

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Florida man gets life for slaying he blamed on sleepwalking

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A man who claimed he was sleepwalking when he stabbed his roommate to death has been sentenced to life in prison.

The Palm Beach Post reports 26-year-old Randy Herman Jr. was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder and sentenced. Herman argued that he was sleepwalking when he stabbed 21-year-old Brooke Preston more than 20 times at an area home in March 2017.

He testified he had no memory of the attack, just being covered in blood with a knife in his hand.

A forensic psychologist testified that Herman’s history of sleepwalking could explain the attack. Herman’s defense argued there was no motive or history of violence between the two. Investigators said Preston was preparing to move to New York.

Prosecutors rejected the sleepwalking claim, saying the attack was deliberate.

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Information from: The Palm Beach (Fla.) Post, http://www.pbpost.com

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Woman who threw big prom party spared prison term for fraud

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A Philadelphia woman who made headlines for an elaborate prom send-off has been spared a prison term for Social Security fraud.

Saudia Shuler was ordered Wednesday to pay back the nearly $37,000 in benefits, do 100 hours of community service and serve three years of probation with six months house arrest.

Shuler had acknowledged in January that she collected Social Security disability payments for years while failing to report income that would have made her ineligible.

Prosecutors said Shuler applied for benefits, describing herself as disabled and unable to work. But she continued working — including operating a restaurant — and cost the government more than $36,000.

Shuler threw a $25,000 Dubai-themed prom party for her son in 2017 and last year threw a “Black Panther”-themed prom send-off with an actual panther for neighborhood kids.

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Woman who threw big prom party spared prison term for fraud

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A Philadelphia woman who made headlines for an elaborate prom send-off has been spared a prison term for Social Security fraud.

Saudia Shuler was ordered Wednesday to pay back the nearly $37,000 in benefits, do 100 hours of community service and serve three years of probation with six months house arrest.

Shuler had acknowledged in January that she collected Social Security disability payments for years while failing to report income that would have made her ineligible.

Prosecutors said Shuler applied for benefits, describing herself as disabled and unable to work. But she continued working — including operating a restaurant — and cost the government more than $36,000.

Shuler threw a $25,000 Dubai-themed prom party for her son in 2017 and last year threw a “Black Panther”-themed prom send-off with an actual panther for neighborhood kids.

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Ex-teacher aides accused of verbally abusing students now suing media for making recordings public

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Two teacher aides who lost their jobs in West Virginia following allegations that they harassed special needs students are suing several media companies that disseminated a secret recording of the alleged verbal abuse.

A recording device hidden in a mentally disabled student’s hair captured eight hours of audio with “numerous instances of verbal abuse,” prosecutors said. One adult can be heard saying, “I ought to backhand you right in your teeth. How’s that for anxiety?” Hagerstown, Md.’s WDVM-TV reported.

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Two former teacher aides are seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost salary and retirement income, plus other compensation, according to reports. (iStock)

Former aides Kristin Douty and June Yurish filed a lawsuit against 17 media companies in May, claiming the outlets violated state and federal wiretapping laws by airing clips of the audio recording, the Hagerstown Herald-Mail reported.

The two women are seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost salary and retirement income, compensation for lost health care benefits, $1 million each for pain, suffering and emotional distress damages, and punitive damages of $5 million or a sufficient amount to deter similar conduct in the future, the newspaper said.

Amber Pack chose to hide the audio recording device in her daughter’s hair when she suspected her child was being harassed by staff at Berkeley Heights Elementary School. After hearing what the device captured, she filed a harassment complaint with the Martinsburg Police Department on Oct. 5, 2018. West Virginia is a one-party consent state, meaning conversations can be legally recorded as long as one party agrees.

Pack said she chose to post clips of the recording to social media after school administrators failed to take action against its staff, WDVM reported. The media outlets involved in the suit further disseminated the recording by broadcasting it on air and quoting it online.

Douty and Yurish resigned from their teaching aide positions in February. Another woman, Christina Lester, who worked as a teacher in the special needs classroom was “no longer employed” was the school, the Berkeley County Board of Education confirmed in a statement.

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The Berkeley County Board of Education filed a counter-lawsuit against Pack, claiming the recording is illegal and should be excluded from evidence in the case, WDVM reported. The board voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit against the mother April 30.

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Tuesday that he is pursuing additional charges against Berkeley Heights Principal Amber Boeckmann, Berkeley County Deputy Superintendent Margaret F. Kursey and the Berkeley County Board of Education for failing to take action to protect special needs students.

The media outlets listed on the lawsuit are: Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., Barrington Broadcasting Group, LLC, Cunningham Broadcasting Corporation, Deerfield Media, Inc., Gocom Media of Illinois, LLC, Gray Television, Inc. Howard Stirk Holdings, LLC, Roberts Media, LLC, New Age Media, Shenandoah Communications, Inc., Tegna, Inc., E.W. Scripps Company, Thomas Broadcasting Company, Waitt Broadcasting, Inc., Greer Industries, Inc., RSV NG, LLC and Nexstar Media Group, Inc.

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Dog dragged from back of truck suffers road rashes, bloody paws; homeless driver, 58, charged, police say

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A Florida homeless man was arrested on animal cruelty charges Wednesday after allegedly dragging a pit bull behind his pick-up truck, badly injuring the dog.

Police said Gregory Tousignant, 58, was driving while his pit bull was standing in the bed of the truck. Witnesses saw the 1-year-old pup named Ollie jump from the truck, and then get dragged by a rope tied to his collar before slipping out of the collar.

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A pit bull named Ollie was injured after being dragged behind a pick up truck, police said. (Nature Coast Animal Wellness & Surgical Center/Facebook)

“He came loose and flew into the median at which point he was rescued,” a man who witnessed the incident, Jan Harwood, told Orlando’s FOX 35. Harwood owns Nature Coast Animal Wellness & Surgical Center where Ollie is recovering from severe road rashes and bloody paws.

“He’s doing really well, he doesn’t have any broken bones or internal injuries,” Harwood said of the dog.

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Michael Terry, a spokesman for the Hernando Sheriff’s Office, said it did not appear that the dog’s owner intentionally dragged the dog behind the truck to harm him. It is illegal in the state of Florida to transport an animal in the bed of a truck if it is not properly secured.

Nonetheless, Tousignant is charged with animal cruelty, which carries a $1,000 bond, Fox 35 reported.

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