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Judge in George Floyd Case Suggests a Guilty Plea Could Be Overturned Because Maxine Waters Spoke Out Against Violence Against Black People

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During her confirmation process, Barrett refused to say if the Constitution allows for abortion to be a crime punishable by death, an extremely chilling non-response given that she very much appears to have “personal feelings“ about abortion which very much have made their way into how she rules. In one court opinion, she wrote that the procedure is “always immoral”; she dissented in Box v. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky Inc., arguing to uphold an Indiana law requiring doctors to notify the parents of a minor seeking an abortion; and she dissented in the case of Commissioner of the Indiana State Department of Health v. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky Inc., arguing in favor of a law requiring that fetal remains be buried or cremated. (Separately, she once signed a letter calling for the end of the “barbaric” Roe v. Wade.)

Bill Barr is also writing a book

It‘s not clear if the title will be Bill Barr: My Life As Trump’s Bootlicking Hack, but it should be!

William Barr, Trump’s former attorney general who resigned two days before Christmas after disagreeing publicly with Trump’s voter fraud conspiracy theories, recently sold a book about his time at the Justice Department, according to three people familiar with the deal.

Obviously, Barr will have many topics to touch on, from the Mueller investigation to the 2020 election, but we do hope he devotes at least a couple of chapters to the challenge he faced corrupting the Department of Justice on Trump’s behalf thanks to Trump’s flapping yap.

Elsewhere!

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Amazon used illegal intimidation tactics in Alabama vote, union claims (NYP)

NYC’s Developers Plow Ahead With Ambitious Plans to Reshape City (Bloomberg)

Tesla With ‘No One’ Driving Crashes in Texas, Killing Two (Bloomberg)

Stock Shorts Collapse as No Hedge Fund Wants ‘Head Ripped Off’ (Bloomberg)

‘Godzilla’ shark discovered in New Mexico gets formal name (AP)

Girl, 5, wins staring contest with bobcat in Colorado yard (UPI)

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Elizabeth Banks: Images of myself can make me insecure

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Elizabeth Banks battles feelings of insecurity over “images” of herself.

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The ‘Pitch Perfect’ star has revealed looking at pictures of herself after events can change her “entire perception” of the night, as happy memories of the fun she had are often replaced by anxiety over the way she looks in photos.

She said: “Images of myself have always affected me.”

And recalling one specific moment in which she attended a school dance where she had an “amazing time”, she added: “This is before social media. I confronted a photo of myself after the fact, way after the fact, and it changed my entire perception of the night I had. On the night I experienced this dance, I had an amazing time. I got that photo and all I could think about was, ‘Oh my God, all anybody was looking at was my chicken legs and my raging acne, and my shiny forehead.’ The fact that it could ruin an evening for me still strikes me. I can still feel that feeling.”

The 47-year-old actress then encouraged other people struggling with their body image, especially when it comes to pictures, to remember “images aren’t our bodies”.

Speaking during her ‘My Body, My Podcast’ Audible original series, she said: “Self-images are incredibly powerful and there are never more images being made than now, and never more tools, like filters and Photoshop, to alter those images. It’s important to be reminded that images aren’t our bodies. They’re just pictures of our bodies.”

Meanwhile, Elizabeth previously said she is “uninterested” in having cosmetic surgery.

She said in 2019: “That’s something I will happily say to everyone, like I have not put anything in my face, I’ve never had a needle in my face.

“I’m really uninterested in the psychology of starting to mess with my face.”

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Bob Odenkirk ‘Doing Great’ After Medical Emergency, Says David Cross

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By Corey Atad.

It sounds like Bob Odenkirk is fully on the road to recovery.

On Friday, “Arrested Development” star David Cross shared the good news that Odenkirk is doing much better after collapsing on the set of “Better Call Saul” earlier this week.

RELATED: Bob Odenkirk Is ‘Awake’ And Recovering In Hospital After Collapsing On ‘Better Call Saul’ Set

Cross said in a tweet that he had spoken with Odenkirk over the phone and that “he’s doing great” and that fans “will be hearing from him soon.”

On Tuesday, while working on “Better Call Saul” in Albuquerque, Odenkirk collapsed due to a “heart-related incident,” though specific details about the emergency haven’t been disclosed.

RELATED: Bob Odenkirk ‘Taped’ Jeremy Irons Yelling At Him: ‘He Was Right’

“He and his family would like to express gratitude for the incredible doctors and nurses looking after him, as well as his cast, crew and producers who have stayed by his side,” a rep for the actor said on Wednesday. “The Odenkirks would also like to thank everyone for the outpouring of well wishes and ask for their privacy at this time as Bob works on his recovery.”


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FBI joining investigation into lesbian’s ‘gruesome’ murder in Piedmont Park

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The FBI has joined the investigation into the fatal stabbing and dismemberment of a 40-year-old woman inside Atlanta’s Piedmont Park early Wednesday.

Katherine Janness was walking her dog in the park Tuesday evening when she was brutally attacked.

Janness’ lesbian partner pinged her phone and located her spouse’s body inside the park.

Janness’ body parts were found scattered about 100 yards inside the Charles Allen Drive entrance to the park near 10th Street in Midtown just after 1 a.m. Wednesday. Her dog Bowie was also stabbed to death.

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Bowie defended his owner during the vicious attack. FBI agents plan to use DNA from the dog’s saliva to identify the killer.

Atlanta police have stepped up foot patrols inside the park since the “gruesome” murder.

Police are trying to determine if Janness’ murder was random or targeted because the killer spent time with her body after she died.

Investigators aren’t ruling out a serial killer. Janness is the second woman killed at an Atlanta area park in the past week.

Police are asking residents who live on 10th Street near the park to check their security videos.

Janness worked as a bartender for Campagnolo restaurant in Midtown Atlanta.

A $10,000 reward is being offered by Atlanta Crime Stoppers for information on the case.
 

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