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Amanda Bullock / January 25,2023

Pressure on Djokovic, AO over ‘appalling’ act

Pressure on Djokovic, AO over ‘appalling’ act

Pressure on Djokovic, AO over ‘appalling’ act

UPDATE: British former player and Nine commentator Sam Smith says Novak Djokovic must be “devastated” by the “horrible” photos of his father with Putin supporters.

Srdjan Djokovic was filmed saying a phrase in Serbian that has widely been interpreted as “long live the Russians” alongside fans who were flying banned Russian flags, including one with Putin’s face on it at the Australian Open.

Ukraine’s most senior representative in Australia called on the tournament to ban the world No.4’s dad from attending the tournament and also asked for Djokovic himself to detail his thoughts on Russia’s invasion.

LIVE UPDATES: Australian Open day 12

Amanda Bullock / January 24,2023

Kubler’s girlfriend stitches him up on live TV

Kubler’s girlfriend stitches him up on live TV

Kubler’s girlfriend stitches him up on live TV

Maddison Inglis has given boyfriend Jason Kubler the stitch-up of the tournament, calling him on live TV on Friday morning.

During Nine’s coverage of the Australian Open, Inglis was a guest to talk about not only her own performance, but that of Kubler and doubles partner Rinky Hijikata, who will tomorrow night play Hugo Nys and Jan Zielinski in the men’s doubles final.

Inglis and Kubler have been in a relationship for more than three years.

FOLLOW LIVE: Australian Open 2023 day 12

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Amanda Bullock / January 22,2023

Pennsylvania woman charged with ‘branding,’ sexually abusing and using four children to get drugs: DA

Pennsylvania police, on Tuesday, charged a 19-year-old woman for allegedly sexually abusing and physically torturing four children, according to the district attorney.

Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer announced several felony charges against Anais Munoz of Chester, Pennsylvania, which include child endangerment, aggravated indecent assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and sexual assault.

 

A Pennsylvania district attorney said Anais Munoz allegedly physically and sexually abused four children for two years, beginning in 2020.
(Delaware County District Attorney)

The four juvenile victims were between the ages of 7 and 13 years old, and the abuse took pace over two years beginning in 2020, the same year Munoz started living with the family of the victims, according to a press release from Stollsteimer’s office.

PHILADELPHIA SUSPECTS TRY TO ROB MARKET WITH SHOTGUN

Amanda Bullock / January 22,2023

4 Legal Steps to take if you Get Into An Accident In Someone Else’s Car?

Amanda Bullock / January 22,2023

Never Happened But It’s True Nonetheless

Storytime at the library doesn’t seem much different than it was thirty years ago when our kids were little. Granted, the technology is updated. The storyteller now uses a laptop computer to put images and words on a screen. However, toddlers are the same as they were in the previous generation. Some of them sit and listen to the stories, while some of them have nervous energy that keeps them constantly in motion. Some of the kids sing along with Miss Amanda. Some cling to their mothers for dear life. Our little grandson, Asher, mostly observes the scene from a distance. He stands quietly with his hands behind his back, taking it all in.

Amanda Bullock / January 13,2023

What to do if You’ve Been Wrongfully Disinherited

  • Check the validity of the will
  • Negotiate with beneficiaries
  • Take Legal Action
  • There are countless reasons why someone might be disinherited, and it’s never a simple story. It does, however, often come as a great shock. Even if your relationship with the testator (the person who wrote the will) was under strain, or even very distant, at the time of their death, disinheritance is a drastic step to take.

    If you understand their decision, this shock may make sense in time. But, if their decision to disinherit you seems unfair or unexpected or inexplicable, no amount of time can take the sting out of the memory. This is particularly true if you were dependent upon receiving your inheritance, and feel that the testator’s death has left you feeling lost at sea.

Amanda Bullock / December 26,2022

Gov. Kathy Hochul’s bill will severely punish COVID fraud

 

Thanks to two new laws signed into law by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday, scammers will face higher penalties and tipsters will receive greater rewards in COVID-19 pandemic fraud cases.

The legislation is part of an effort to tackle scammers who take advantage of state emergencies – as such schemes have guzzled billions of taxpayers’ dollars since 2020.

“We are sending a clear message: New York has zero tolerance for fraud, especially in our most critical time of need,” Hochul said in a statement.

“These new laws will protect New Yorkers and encourage them to report fraud and assist in recovery efforts while taking action against bad actors and their fraudulent attempts to make a profit in emergencies.”

Both bills were passed overwhelmingly at the Albany Statehouse earlier this summer.

The first authorizes the Attorney General to sue fraudsters for three times the amount stolen or $15,000, “whichever is greater.”

Amanda Bullock / November 29,2022

The Unsolved 1999 Murder Case Of Audrey Bathinathan: Abducted, Raped & Dumped Near A TNB Substation

The Unsolved 1999 Murder Case Of Audrey Bathinathan: Abducted, Raped & Dumped Near A TNB Substation

The Unsolved 1999 Murder Case Of Audrey Bathinathan: Abducted, Raped & Dumped Near A TNB Substation

A slew of murder cases involving young girls have taken place across the years, many of which tragically unsolved.

 

In this piece, JUICE pays remembrance to Audrey Melissa Bathinathan, who was abducted, assaulted and killed in a heartbreaking 1999 murder case as she was making her way to the Methodist Girls’ School located at Jalan Cenderasari in the city in the early hours of the morning.

Amanda Bullock / November 14,2022

Mike Hollins, fourth UVA shooting victim, doesn’t know friends died

 
 

Mike Hollins, a University of Virginia football player wounded in Sunday’s school shooting, isn’t aware that three of his teammates died in the attack, his mother said.

In an interview with CBS News on Tuesday, Brenda Hollis said her son currently uses a pen and paper to communicate. She said he “can’t talk” after being shot in the back on a school bus returning to campus from a field trip to Washington D.C.

She said he used the stationary to ask about close friends Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean Perry, who were all shot and killed by a former Virginia football player.

“He has written D’Sean’s name,” Brenda Hollis said. “He has written Devin’s name. And then I believe it was an L — I don’t know what he was writing at the bottom, but he was taking the marker and beating on it because he wants to know.” 

 

Amanda Bullock / October 26,2022

Police make arrest after burglary at Arizona governor candidate Katie Hobbs’ campaign headquarters

Police make arrest after burglary at Arizona governor candidate Katie Hobbs’ campaign headquarters

Police make arrest after burglary at Arizona governor candidate Katie Hobbs’ campaign headquarters

(PHOENIX) — The campaign headquarters of Arizona’s Democratic candidate for governor and current Secretary of State Katie Hobbs was burglarized earlier this week and an arrest has been made, according to her campaign manager and local police.

Authorities have not, however, indicated that Hobbs’ office was targeted in a political crime.

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