Minister LouisFarrakhan addresses false Death to America reporting


Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam, a U.S.-
based religious movement, recently traveled to Iran and spoke to Iranian students and others. Below is a statement he issued regarding that trip and correcting false and inflammatory media reports.

After losing re-election Texas judge releases almost all his juvenile prisoners.

After losing his bench in a Democratic sweep, Harris County Juvenile Court Judge Glenn Devlin released nearly all of the youthful defendants that appeared in front him on Wednesday morning, simply asking the kids whether they planned to kill anyone before letting them go.

"He was releasing everybody," said public defender Steven Halpert, who watched the string of surprising releases. "Apparently he was saying that's what the voters wanted."

In court, prosecutors voiced their concerns about the seemingly indiscriminate release of those accused of everything from low-level misdemeanors to violent crimes.

Famed Miami Strip Club King of Diamonds Has Been Evicted


Miami's King of Diamonds is, quite possibly, the most famous strip club in America. It's a blue-neon-lit beacon on the side of I-95 where TV star Blac Chyna danced. KOD, as it's informally known, has been referenced in countless rap songs. It regularly showed up in hip-hop videos. But as of this month, the club is basically no more: It was sued for foreclosure in August 2017, and now, according to court documents New Times has obtained, the club was ordered evicted November 1.

Marijuana legalized in Michigan, but group plans to keep fighting it

A day after Michigan voters legalized marijuana for adult recreational use, a group opposed to the proposal is vowing to fight the law and to urge local governments to ban pot businesses.

Healthy and Productive Michigan has argued that marijuana legalization has consequences, and on Wednesday in news conferences in Lansing and Detroit it turned up the volume on its view that the law will bring Michiganders problems.

Among them, they said, are: Insurance costs will go up as a result of more marijuana-related driving fatalities and workplace injuries. It will be harder to find drug-free workers. There will be a rise in crime and homelessness. And young kids will be put at risk.

All 19 Black Women Running for Judge in a Texas Race Won Tuesday Night


While a record number of women are projected to win House seats in Tuesday's midterm elections, a local judicial race in Houston, Texas brings even more great news: All 19 black women who ran for various judicial seats in Harris County won their races last night, marking the single biggest victory for black women in the county's history.

Mass shooting reported at Borderline Bar in Thousand Oaks, authorities say


Authorities responded to a nightclub in Thousand Oaks after reports of a mass shooting Wednesday night.

The shooting happened around 11:20 p.m. at Borderline Bar & Grill at 99 Rolling Oaks Dr.

Ventura County sheriff's officials said there were reports of an active shooter at the club, but it was unclear how many victims there may be.


Jurors cry after being picked for El Chapo’s trial


Seven women and five men were officially selected Wednesday to sit as jurors on the upcoming case of notorious Sinaloa cartel head Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman — reducing one of them to tears.

“We have one open rebellion,” Brooklyn federal court Judge Brian Cogan declared five minutes after informing the jurors that they’d been selected. The bawling juror “was in tears as she left the courtroom,” he told both parties, adding that the woman previously told him that her coworkers at an unspecified media company figured out she was being questioned to sit on the case.


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