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North Korea warns US could ‘pay dearly’ for human rights criticism

North Korea took aim at the United States on Saturday, declaring Washington would “pay dearly” for criticizing the country’s human rights record, according to state news agency KCNA.

The warning was issued three days after the United Nations General Assembly condemned North Korea’s “longstanding and ongoing” human rights violations during an annual resolution sponsored by dozens of countries throughout the globe. The Dec. 18 condemnation had been rejected by Pyongyang’s U.N. envoy.

KCNA’s statement was attributed to a foreign ministry spokesperson, who warned that if the US continued to take issue with the human rights problems of the North Korean government, they would “pay dearly,” according to Reuters.

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People watch a TV news program reporting North Korea’s announcement with a file footage of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019. North Korea said Sunday it carried out a “very important test” at its long-range rocket launch site that U.S. and South Korean officials said the North had partially dismantled as part of denuclearization steps. The letters, top left, read “North. Very important test.” (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

The outlet reported it was the first statement by the North Korean Foreign ministry since Stephen Biegun, the US special envoy for North Korea, publically urged Pyongyang to return to peace talks. It follows an increase in tension over newly conducted weapons tests and words from President Trump — who tweeted on Dec. 8 that “[Kim Jong Un] does not want to void his special relationship with the president of the United States.”

North Korea issued a similar warning towards the United Nations Security Council earlier in December, where the country said any discussion of its human rights situation would be taken as a “serious provocation” and they would “respond strongly to the last,” according to Al Jazeera.

NORTH KOREA CONDUCTS ANOTHER TEST AT LONG-RANGE ROCKET SITE

On Friday, U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he remained hopeful both nations could restart diplomacy before the year-end deadline for nuclear talks is reached, while a senior White House official said earlier this month the door remains open for talks — unless the country decides to test a fully operational intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

“We have, and will remain, always open to dialogue with the DPRK — the door is open for talks and we are ready to be very flexible in finding an agreement that works for all sides,” explained one senior White House official. “But if North Korea does decide to test a fully operational ICBM in some sort of effort to test our resolve they won’t like our reaction — and we will respond.”

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North Korea has continued to imply all future talks will be put on the back burner until the US drops its “hostile policy,” according to Reuters.

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Baltimore civil rights groups oppose aerial surveillance pilot program

Civil rights groups in Baltimore voiced their opposition to a pilot program announced by the police department Friday that would involve three surveillance planes flying over the city in an effort to stem violent crime.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland and the Coalition for Justice, Safety and Jobs issued a joint statement that said the program is a “fateful step” that will “impact the privacy rights of Black and Brown residents for generations to come.”

The statement said the airplanes would put every Baltimore resident under permanent surveillance.

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City solicitor Andre Davis, left, listens as Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, right, announces support for a pilot program that uses surveillance planes over the city to combat crime on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, in Baltimore. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun via AP)

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, who was a previous skeptic of the program, said the test (which could last up to six months) will be “yet another tool” to fight the increasing violence in the city.

The planes will collect imagery during high crime hours, with technology developed by Ohio-based Persistent Surveillance Systems, that will be reviewed by investigators for specific crimes.

Harrison added that police will not have access to live feeds.

“We will be the first American city to use this technology in an attempt to solve and deter violent crime,” Harrison said in a news conference Friday.

The pilot program set to launch in May 2020 has been controversial since it was secretively tried three years ago by a different police commissioner.

Top officials were unaware of the program’s use in 2016 until it was reported by Bloomberg Businessweek. More than 300 hours of images were captured by the cameras. The images were primarily used to see criminals arriving to and leaving crime scenes.

“During the short test in 2016, in the equivalent of two weeks of flying, we watched five murders and 18 shootings and provided that information to investigators. We look forward to supporting the people of Baltimore in their efforts to reduce major crime and we look forward to doing so in a very open and transparent way,” the company’s president said.

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Harrison announced there will be a series of meetings to inform the public about the test and how it will benefit the city. The cost of the program will be covered by philanthropic funds, not tax dollars.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Florida vegan couple charged with murder after 18-month-old son dies of malnutrition: cops

A Florida couple who told police they fed their children a vegan diet of only raw fruit and vegetables was charged with murder Wednesday months after their 18-month old son allegedly starved to death in their home.

VEGAN COUPLE JAILED FOR GIVING 18-MONTH-OLD CHILD RESTRICTIVE DIET LEAVING HER EXTREMELY MALNOURISHED

Ryan Patrick O’Leary, 30, and Sheila O’Leary, 35, of Cape Coral, were indicted by a grand jury on charges of first-degree murder and other charges, State Attorney Amira Fox said.

The mother called police on Sept. 27 when police said she said she noticed her 18-month-old son had gone cold and stopped breathing. The father tried to resuscitate him, police said. Paramedics pronounced the boy dead at the home in Lee County when they arrived, Fort Myers News-Press reported.

He weighed 17 pounds, the average weight of a seven-month-old, according to the police report. Sheila O’Leary allegedly told officers the family eats a vegan diet and she fed her children raw fruits and vegetables – mostly mangoes, bananas, avocados, and rambutans.

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Sheila O’Leary, 35, and Ryan Patrick O’Leary, 30, of Cape Coral, were indicted by a grand jury on charges of first-degree murder related to the death of their 18-month-old son. (Lee County Sheriff’s Office)

“The evidence and crime scene, in this case, are gut-wrenching. These are images, as a mother and state attorney, I will not be able to forget,” State Attorney Amira Fox said Wednesday. “I commend the detectives and officers with the Cape Coral Police Department for their difficult task of dealing with the horrendous nature of this case.”

The parents were arrested last month after a medical examiner ruled that their child had died due to malnutrition, including dehydration. They turned themselves in on Nov. 6 and were initially charged with aggravated manslaughter. They were being held on a $250,000 bond each. They were arraigned in court on Monday. The charges against them were upgraded Wednesday.

The indictment related to three other children, ages 3, 5 and 11, who allegedly suffered from child abuse and extreme neglect at the same home, Fox said. Officers said the children appeared small for their ages and had a yellowish complexion. One child had blackened, decaying teeth, the Washington Examiner reported.  Two of the children, ages 3 and 5, were placed in state custody. The 11-year-old is in the care of the child’s biological father in Virginia.

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Sheila O’Leary allegedly claimed that the 18-month-old had not eaten for a week before his death – something she attributed to teething — and he became short of breath while she tried to feed him breast milk, News-Press reported. She also allegedly told police the older children were being homeschooled, but law enforcement did not find evidence that proved they were enrolled in a homeschool program.

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California K-9 jumps through shattered car window, takes down assault suspect

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A California K-9 who served in the Marine Corps in Iraq was captured on video taking down an assault suspect who had allegedly led police on a chase in California early Friday morning.

Video of the incident shows a California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer breaking the driver’s side window of the pickup before the 5-year-old Belgian malinois named Duke jumped through the shattered glass into the driver’s seat.

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“CHP pursued a felony suspect, wanted for assault with a deadly weapon, into Corona ending near El Cerrito Road, and the 15 FWY, where the suspect refused to exit his vehicle to surrender,” the Corona Police Department said. “Officer Neff and his partner K9 Duke responded to assist and gave several opportunities for the suspect to give up as well, which he refused. K9 Duke apprehended the suspect, and Fontana Police took custody of him.”

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The suspect, 31-year-old Julio Ugalde Vasquez, was arrested and taken to the hospital with minor injuries, according to Fox 11 Los Angeles.

Officer Neff spoke about the encounter with Duke by his side on the department’s Facebook page Saturday.

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Duke and the officers weren’t injured during the incident, police said.

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Pennsylvania boy, 3, shoots sleeping father in buttocks, cops say

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A Pennsylvania man was rushed to the hospital Thursday evening after police said his 3-year-old son fired a shot into his buttocks.

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The Erie Times-News reported that the incident occurred at about 6:30 p.m. in the town of Erie. The boy apparently found the loaded small-caliber handgun and fired it at his sleeping father.

The dad, 26, was being treated at a hospital for wounds that are not considered life-threatening. His name has not been released.

It’s not clear how the child found the handgun, authorities said. Two other children in the house at the time were not injured.

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The shooting remains under investigation.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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Boyfriend of missing Oklahoma teen arrested in connection with her murder: cops

The boyfriend of a missing Oklahoma teenager has been arrested Thursday night in connection with her death, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI).

Del City Police arrested Tanner Washington, 24, in the first-degree murder of 17-year-old Faith Lindsey, who was last seen on Oct. 28 and reported missing days later.

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17-year-old Faith Lindsey was last seen on Oct. 28 and was reported missing on November 4 by members of her family. (Missing Persons Cases Network)

Lindsey’s sister, Justice, told Dateline earlier this month that the 17-year-old had been living with Washington in Pauls Valley and worked at a local Sonic restaurant.

“[Washington] texted me Monday night saying that he can’t find her, she’s missing, freaking out,” Justice said, according to KFOR.

After she received the worrying texts, Justice told the outlet she then got strange text messages from her sister’s phone. She says the messages claimed Lindsey was with a person who wouldn’t take her home and that she couldn’t get a ride.

“She was misspelling a lot of things that night, and Faith [Lindsey], she has very good punctuation and spelling, and that just wasn’t her,” Justice said, according to the outlet. “She kept trying to call me a lot, but hang up as soon as I answered.”

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Del City Police arrested Tanner Washington, 24, on Thursday night for the first-degree murder of 17-year-old Faith Lindsey. (Tanner Washington)

Washington allegedly told an acquaintance Faith disappeared because she had been shot at the end of October. He allegedly told police that he dropped Lindsey off at work, but she wasn’t there when he returned a couple of hours later. Employees said she never showed up.

“He reported that he had received a text message that she had been shot,” said Seminole County Undersheriff Matt Haley, according to KFOR. “The more we spoke with him, the more his story began to fall apart as far as what had happened.”

He was charged in November with false reporting of a crime and obstruction of an officer, before authorities said they determined he played a bigger role in Lindsey’s disappearance.

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The OSBI is offering a 5,000 reward for information that leads to her body. Anyone with information is asked to contact the OSBI at (800) 522-8017.

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California schoolboy, 7, dies after chain link fence collapses in playground

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A seven-year-old boy in northern California died Thursday after a chain-link fence– that weighed about 300 pounds– collapsed on top of him, officials said.

2 CALIFORNIA BOYS, AGES 11 AND 14, KILLED IN SHOOTING OUTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

The student at Mark Day School in San Rafael, Calif., was struck by a “rolling chain link fence” when it “became dislodged from its mounting points and fell to the ground,” according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Department. Staff members witnessed the incident and immediately called 911, school officials said. Authorities responded to the private elementary school, located in the northern part of the San Francisco Bay area, around 12:20 p.m. where they found the boy in cardiac arrest, according to the sheriff’s department.

First responders tried to resuscitate him on the playground. He was then rushed to the hospital. He was later pronounced dead at Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center, SFGate reported.

The sheriff’s department identified the student as a 7-year-old male from Greenbrae, Calif. His name was not disclosed by the Coroner Division due to his age. The cause of death will not be released until the San Rafael Police Department concludes its investigation into the incident.

In a letter to parents Thursday, Head of School Joe Harvey said the school would remain open Friday, but the area where the incident occurred would be closed-off as the school continues to work with authorities to investigate what happened. He added that Friday’s morning assembly was canceled and counselors would be available for students to talk to.

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“Please use your judgment about whether your child should attend school tomorrow,” Harvey said. “The death of someone so young is devastating to all of us, and even more so under these circumstances and at this time of year when we are surrounded by celebrations while we mourn.”

“All of us at Mark Day School express our deepest sympathies to his family, classmates and friends.”

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Missing mom Mary Cathleen Haley located, arrested on grand larceny charges, West Virginia sheriff says

A West Virginia mother who was reported missing earlier this week has been found and arrested on grand larceny charges out of Virginia, the latest twist in a bizarre case.

Raleigh County Sheriff Scott Van Meter confirmed to Fox News late Friday that his officers arrested 32-year-old Mary Cathleen Haley at an apartment in Beckley, approximately 60 miles southeast of Charleston. The sheriff previously told Fox News that Haley was indicted by a grand jury in Smyth County, Va. for alleged larceny on Dec. 10.

On Dec. 11, Haley’s estranged husband, William Scott, turned himself in to the Wythe County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 11 in response to a warrant issued two days earlier stemming from a class 1 misdemeanor charge. Scott was reportedly released on a personal recognizance bond and is due back in court Jan. 7. During a hearing, Scott told a Virginia magistrate that he had not seen his wife in months. Family members say the couple separated in August.

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Haley was last seen sometime before Dec. 13. Facebook messages viewed by Fox News allegedly showed that Haley had reached out to a fellow member of a domestic violence support group, Krissy Musallam, at 2:28 p.m. that day and declared that she had been “beaten pretty bad” by Scott a week earlier. She also sent two selfies showing her with black eyes.

Musallam then advised her to go to a domestic-violence shelter and Haley expressed frustration that officials were not taking her abuse allegations seriously. Musallam told Fox News she grew concerned when she did not hear any more from Haley and got no response to an earlier message on Saturday.

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Facebook messages allegedly show that Haley had reached out to a fellow member of a domestic violence support group, Krissy Musallam, declaring that she had been “beaten pretty bad” by her estranged husband a week earlier. (Provided Krissy Musallam)

According to messages from Haley’s Facebook Messenger, a response came Saturday at 4:32 p.m., stating that “she is fine” and “she is unstable” and that she was “in bed asleep.”

“She was talking about going swimming, but she can’t swim, so I’m not sure,” the person writing from Haley’s account, who claimed to be “Haley’s best friend, Steven Vaught,” told Musallam.

The messages from Haley’s account went on to say that “her husband is a great police officer,” and she received black eyes because she “fell down steps acting crazy,” More messages said Haley was likely to sleep through the following day after Musallam threatened to send somebody for a “welfare check.”

On Saturday evening, Musallam asked if she was still married, and the response came back that “she always will be now.” Around 8 p.m. that night, the rambling messages from her account insisted that “she fell in the lake” and that she “tried to kill her (sic) self.”

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Haley, 32, was officially reported missing by a family member on Monday. (Family Handout)

“Rural Retreat Lake,” the messages continued, referring to a 90-acre impoundment lake in Wythe County, Va. “She fell in…. yes she killed herself. She can’t swim.”

When asked why it was not reported, the response came that “I thought she was k” and “She seemed k she does this.” Later, the messages changed, saying the reasoning was, “I was scared” and “I can’t talk any more mam she is okay,” and “She slipped. I’m sure she’s fine.”

The ramblings continued from her account, with the person on the other end declaring that “I thought I should check her messages” and claiming Haley “lied a lot” and was telling people “things that was private.” The individual also expressed being upset that Haley “owned some businesses she wouldn’t put my name on.”

“She never made me happy,” another message went on “She was talking to some man.”

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The messages flipped to the person on the other end, claiming to “still work for the state police,” that they were “just sitting here waiting.”

On Sunday, Dec.15, the conversation with Musallam ended, she said, and there was no further response from the account. Musallam told Fox News she then reached out to another associate of Haley’s who also communicated with the missing woman’s Facebook Messenger on Saturday. The messages allegedly coming from her account included, “she’s at peace bro,” “she is where she needs to be,” and “she fell I didn’t kill her,” indicating that her “last words” were the name of her young daughter.

The couple reportedly was married for around 14 months, and the identity of the person using Haley’s Facebook Messenger remained unverified.

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DHS watchdog finds no wrongdoing in deaths of 2 Central American migrant children

A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) internal watchdog said Friday it found no wrongdoing or malfeasance by immigration officials in connection with the deaths of two migrant children from Guatemala while in U.S. Border Patrol custody last December.

The DHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) found that the deaths of 7-year-old Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin and 8-year-old Felipe Gómez Alonzo were caused by infections — not from any misconduct rendered by officials at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Jakelin and her father were apprehended in Antelope Wells, N.M., on Dec. 6, 2018. The state medical examiner’s autopsy found that she died of “natural causes due to sequelae [a diseased condition] of Streptococcal sepsis,” according to the OIG.

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Claudia Maquin, 27, showed a photo of her daughter, Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin in Raxruha, Guatemala, on Dec. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Oliver de Ros)

Felipe and his father were apprehended near El Paso, Texas, on Dec. 18, 2018. He died six days later from sepsis caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, according to the state medical examiner, the OIG found.

“We are still saddened by the tragic loss of these young lives, and we continue to bolster medical screenings and care at DHS facilities on the border,” a Homeland Security spokeswoman told The Associated Press. “The men and women of Border Patrol are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and care.”

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Family members pay their final respects to Felipe Gomez Alonzo in Yalambojoch, Guatemala, on Jan. 26. (AP Photo/Oliver de Ros, File)

BODY OF GUATEMALAN GIRL WHO DIED AT US BORDER RETURNED TO HOME COUNTRY

Jakelin and her father, Nery Caal, arrived at the New Mexico border with a group of 163 migrants. Caal told an agent his daughter was vomiting and sick and started having seizures while they were being transported from the Antelope Wells port of entry to another Border Patrol facility in Lordsburg, about 90 miles away, the OIG said.

U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) EMTs tried to revive her and Jakelin was flown to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead the next day. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement at the time that Jakelin’s temperature reached 105.7 degrees Fahrenheit by the time the bus was leaving.

While Caal signed a paper that said Jakelin was in good health, it wasn’t clear how much he understood what it said or what he was signing, as agents read him the paper — written in English — in Spanish.

GUATEMALAN BOY, 8, DIES IN US BORDER PATROL CUSTODY

Felipe and his father were transported from El Paso to the Alamogordo, N.M., border checkpoint to await family placement, the OIG said.

An agent noticed the boy appeared ill and spoke to his father, Agustin Gomez, on Dec. 24. Gomez requested medical treatment for his son, who was transported to the nearest hospital, according to the OIG.

Felipe was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection, “prescribed amoxicillin and acetaminophen,” and then discharged with his father to the Border Patrol facility, where personnel administered his prescriptions, the OIG said.

“The child’s condition improved briefly, and subsequently worsened,” the Inspector General said.

Felipe was taken back to the hospital, where he unresponsive upon arrival and pronounced dead, per the OIG statement.

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Jakelin and Felipe’s deaths prompted CBP to increase their medical checks at the border. While border crossings have since declined, they were on the rise a year ago and facilities continued to be overwhelmed throughout part of 2019.

Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain and Greg Norman contributed to this report, as well as The Associated Press.

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NYPD releases photos of suspect in stabbing of Barnard student Tessa Majors

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The New York Police Department released three photos Friday of a teenage suspect in the fatal stabbing of Barnard College student Tessa Majors.

“The New York City Police Department requests assistance from the public in locating this individual. All calls are kept strictly confidential,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison tweeted alongside the images. A separate tweet from the NYPD asked anyone with information to call 800-577-TIPS or send a direct message to the Twitter account @NYPDTips.

The NYPD did not identify the person in the photos.

TESSA MAJORS’ SUSPECTED KILLER, 14, JUMPS FROM CAR, SPARKING MANHUNT

Majors, 18, was attacked and knifed to death on Dec. 11 in Morningside Park.

A 13-year-old boy accused of attacking the murdered freshman testified in court last Friday that he handed a knife to his friend, who then stabbed Majors so brutally he saw “feathers come out of her jacket.” The 13-year-old, whose name is not being used by Fox News, has been charged with second-degree murder, first and second-degree robbery and criminal possession of a weapon and was ordered held without bail by New York Family Court Judge Karen Lupuloff.

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On Monday, the New York Post reported that a 14-year-old boy jumped out of a moving car and fled into the streets of Harlem while he and an adult were en route to meet with police in connection with the case. That suspect is believed to be the teen who fatally stabbed Majors.

A third suspect was arrested last week but was released hours later as police sought to build their case against him.

This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.

Fox News’ Morgan Phillips contributed to this report.

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