Man Sends Locomotive Crashing Towards Rescue Ship: ‘You Only Get This Chance Once’

A train engineer at the Port of Los Angeles was arrested on federal charges after he intentionally crashed a locomotive near the U.S. Navy hospital ship Mercy, believing it signaled a looming government takeover disguised as a response to the Covid-19 outbreak, prosecutors said Wednesday.

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Infowars

A trial court properly refused to dismiss defamation claims against Infowars owner Alex Jones and one of its reporters brought by the father of a victim of the Sandy Hook shooting, an appeals court in Texas ruled. The claims relate to Infowars broadcasts that challenged the father’s accounts of holding his deceased son in his arms.

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Infowars Defamation

A Texas appeals court ruled in favor of a man who brought a defamation claim against Infowars and the author of an article who posted a picture of him and falsely described him as the suspected Parkland school shooter and a “commie.” The man, Marcel Fontaine, has established a “prima facie case” that the article was false and defamatory.

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Jail Where Epstein Died Has Record of Security Blunders

Months after the Metropolitan Correctional Center was celebrated for keeping hold of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán — the drug lord who famously broke out twice from maximum-security prisons in Mexico — Jeffrey Epstein’s reported suicide there embroils a criminal probe that implicates some of the most powerful men in the world in child sex trafficking.

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