Colombia’s once most-wanted drug lord pleads guilty in US

NEW YORK (AP) — A Colombian man who was once one of the world’s most-wanted drug lords pleaded guilty Wednesday to U.S. smuggling charges, admitting that he led a cartel and paramilitary group that trafficked in cocaine and deadly violence. “Tons of cocaine were moved with my permission or at my direction,” Dairo Antonio Úsuga, … Read more

Quebec man guilty of promoting hatred against Jews in article on neo-Nazi site

MONTREAL — To advocate for Nazism is to call for the persecution of Jews, a Quebec court judge ruled Monday in a decision against a 36-year-old man who wrote hundreds of online articles for an American neo-Nazi website. Gabriel Sohier Chaput “actively promoted the detestation of people of the Jewish faith” in a 2017 article … Read more

Men guilty of murdering businesswoman in £4.6m property fraud

Two men have been found guilty of murdering a 71-year-old businesswoman in £4.6 million scam to plunder her life savings. Louise Kam, from Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, was strangled with a hairdryer cord and dumped in a wheelie bin after being lured to a three-bedroom house she owned in Barnet, north London, on July 26 2021. … Read more

Rufus McLean suspended by Glasgow after guilty plea to domestic abuse charges

Glasgow and Scotland winger Rufus McLean faces disciplinary proceedings after pleading guilty to domestic abuse charges, his club have announced. The 22-year-old faced charges at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Wednesday and his rugby union future could be decided later in the week. A Warriors statement read: “Rufus McLean is suspended from all club activity and … Read more

Former Texas trooper found guilty of assaulting 2 women

HOUSTON (AP) — A former Texas trooper has been found guilty of assaulting two women while he was on duty in the Houston area in 2020, federal prosecutors said. Prosecutors said Friday that a jury found that Lee Ray Boykin Jr., 33, while acting in his capacity as a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper … Read more

Ezra Miller pleads guilty in burglary case amid ‘ongoing mental health’ treatment

Ezra Miller avoided jail in their felony burglary case as part of a deal reached with prosecutors, Entertainment has confirmed. The 30-year-old actor copped to a single, lesser charge of unlawful trespassing as they’re accused of stealing liquor bottles a neighbor’s Vermont home last year. “Ezra Miller pled guilty this morning to a misdemeanor unlawful … Read more

Kevin Spacey Pleads Not Guilty to Latest Counts of Sexual Assault in U.K. Court

has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of sexual assault. The actor participated via video link at a hearing about his alleged sex offences at London’s Southwark Crown Court on Friday afternoon. More Variety The hearing was in relation to . The new charges span three offenses of indecent assault, three offenses of sexual assault … Read more

Ezra Miller to plead guilty in burglary case as part of plea deal

Ezra Miller will plead guilty in their felony burglary case as part of a deal reached with prosecutors, Entertainment has confirmed. The 30-year-old actor will cop to a single, lesser charge of unlawful trespassing as they’re accused of stealing liquor bottles a neighbor’s Vermont home last year. Miller, who is nonbinary, to one count of … Read more

Sam Bankman-Fried pleads not guilty in the US government’s criminal case over FTX crash

Sam Bankman-Fried entered a plea of not guilty to the fraud and conspiracy charges against him. The plea can serve as a placeholder if he decides to negotiate a deal with prosecutors. If Bankman-Fried doesn’t reach a deal with the government, the case would head to a trial. Sam Bankman-Fried pleaded not guilty in the … Read more

Sam Bankman-Fried Expected to Plead Not Guilty on FTX Fraud Charges

Disgraced FTX founder is expected to enter a plea ofd “not guilty” next week as he in the Southern District of New York related to of his crypto exchange, according to a report from the , citing a person familiar with the situation. Bankman-Fried is expected to enter his not guilty plea in person in … Read more