A judge has decided that the murder trial of Robert Durst will continue, despite defense requests for a delay. His lawyers say the New York real estate heir has health problems that are causing him severe pain.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge on Monday ordered that the murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst will continue, despite defense requests for a delay because they say he's in such pain that he can't stand up to dress for trial.
July 2021: The Next Full Moon is the Buck Moon
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I’d say murdering someone could be construed as immense pain🤫🤦🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️ Awww Boo hoo It’s called “guilt”
Police find 3,787 bone fragments at Mexico serial killer suspect's homeThe suspect, referred to as Andrés by local police, will stand trial for the alleged murder of a 34-year-old woman on May 14. Whoa 😳 There u go evil in it’s truest form Horrible news. May God mercies all victims.
Can Data Technology Can Stop Serial Killers?New true crime podcast ‘Algorithm’ centers on the murder of Afrikka Hardy and a journalist whose database tracks clusters of similar murders
For Nell Rojas, Self-Affirmations and a Sense of Belonging Are Key for Race-Day ConfidenceAfter spending much of the pandemic injured, she’s ready to roll during the Olympic Track Trials .
HHS Awards $125 Million in Workforce Grants for Community-Based Efforts to Bolster COVID-19 Vaccinations in Underserved CommunitiesThanks to the American Rescue Plan, HHS, through HRSAgov awarded $125 million to reach underserved communities to develop and support a community-based workforce to build vaccine confidence & bolster COVID19 vaccinations. HRSAgov NewFederalStateofChina UnrestrictedBioweapon CCPVirus COVID19 MilesGuo MilesKwok LudeMedia NFSC 闫丽梦 LimengYan ContemporaryGeneticWea fema HRSAgov Sure is easy to shell out the money when it is not yours
Chinese nuclear power plant investigating abnormal gas in reactorA Chinese nuclear power plant is investigating an unusually high concentration of gases in one of its reactors, one of its owners says. So we expect to find out that this is Chernobyl all over again, correct? ☢️☢️☢️☢️ MalcolmNance Rare gasses in nuclear power plants are rare because you shut down reactors when those gasses are detected. Really, right. Think of the COVID-19 coverup.