New Yorker offers reward for killing ICE agent: court acquits him

A man from New York who suggested on Twitter to kill a federal immigration and customs officer (ICE) for 500 dollars was acquitted, Fox News writes. The case against Brandon Ziobrovsky was based on whether the threatening publication on social networks is a protected speech in accordance with the First ...

Ilona Mask is tried for 'pedophile': what threatens him

Founder of Tesla, American inventor Ilon Musk 3 December spoke in court in Los Angeles. He is being tried for what he called the pedophile of British diver Vernon Unsworth. About this writes the BBC. Unsworth took part in saving children in Thailand in 2018. Then…

Pavel Durov summoned to American court because of Telegram cryptocurrency

The founder and CEO of Telegram Pavel Durov, as well as two other employees, must testify in the case of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) versus Telegram. This is written by Coindesk. According to a document signed by District Judge Peter Kevin Costel in ...

Russian-speaking doctors from New York stole $ 38 million through Medicare and Medicaid

A jury has convicted a man whom prosecutors have called the "architect" of major healthcare fraud, which resulted in fraudsters earning $ 38 million in fictitious Medicare and Medicaid insurance claims. This is written by the New York Post. 44-year-old Alexander Pikus, ...

'Circumstances have changed': Russian oligarch Deripaska asks US Treasury to lift sanctions

Billionaire Oleg Deripaska has filed a petition for the lifting of sanctions against him from the US Department of the Treasury’s Foreign Asset Control Office (OFAC). The request for the lifting of sanctions “in administrative order” was submitted on June 27 of 2019, follows from a memorandum sent by representatives of Deripaska ...

In New York, taxi drivers kidnapped immigrants demanding ransoms

A Connecticut taxi driver convicted of extortion, which involved abducting immigrants at a bus stop and demanding a ransom, faces a life sentence. This is written by NBC Connecticut. Carlos Hernandez faces life in prison, he will be sentenced on Monday, November 18, in ...

“They want money, regardless of my situation”: hospitals began to sue debtors on medical bills

When considering civil cases in a courthouse in the southwestern city of Virginia, it turned out that many lawsuits have a common plaintiff: the local hospital, Ballad Health. She sued patients for unpaid medical bills, writes the NY Times. In August, Ballad Hospital ...

15 years in prison, fine and hard labor: in Kuwait, the court issued a terrible sentence to a Russian woman

In Kuwait, a court sentenced Russian woman Maria Lazareva to 15 years of imprisonment and hard labor in the case of the appropriation of public funds. About this writes the BBC. The court also ordered Lazarev and her business partners to pay a fine of about 7 million dollars. ...

'No wonder we're leaving': a New York court ordered Trump to pay $ 2 million

The New York State Supreme Court ordered US President Donald Trump to pay $ 2 million to eight charities. This is written by Meduza. This decision was made in a lawsuit filed by the Attorney General of the State of New York, Barbara Underwood, in the year 2018. She claimed that before the election ...

'Sadist', 'executioner', 'Nazi criminal': a series about a Ukrainian who served in death camps appeared on Netflix

On November 4, a documentary series about a Ukrainian who was a guard in the German death camps, Ivan Demyaniuk, is being released on the Netflix streaming platform. The name of the five-part tape is “The Devil Next Door”. The BBC publication collected information about Demyanjuk and described his story. "Sadist", "executioner", "Nazi ...

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