Kenyan Lawyer Denies Bribing Witnesses in Probe of Election Violence

A Kenyan lawyer appeared before the International Criminal Court as a defendant on Friday and denied allegations that he corruptly influenced prosecution witnesses in investigations into deadly violence that erupted after his country’s 2007 elections.

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Congress Hears Tales of Front-Line Workers Risking It All

Leilani Jordan was a 27-year-old grocery clerk when she died in her mother’s arms after contracting Covid-19. On Thursday, her story was one of several Congress heard about those working without protection on the front lines of the pandemic.

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Police Shooting

The admission of testimony from a police officer who fatally shot Feras Morad, an unarmed college student, was not prejudicial, the Ninth Circuit ruled. The officer testified that he could hear Morad making threatening statements on an eyewitness video and also testified that he had written in his police report that he had heard the student say, “I’m coming to get you.”

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