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Florida teen died protecting his 5-year-old sister during a burglary, police say

Florida teen died protecting his 5-year-old sister during a burglary, police say

 A 15-year-old boy in Florida died while protecting his younger sister during a burglary, police said.

Khyler Edman was found dead in his home in Port Charlotte, Florida, Thursday, according to the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office. Police initially responded to reports of an injured person acting strangely in Edman's neighborhood around 4 p.m.

A man fled as police arrived in the neighborhood. Shortly after, a neighbor called 911 to report that there was a burglar in his home. Police apprehended the man, identified as Ryan Clayton Cole, 27, who had several stab wounds on his hands and side.

Authorities canvassed the area and discovered a second home had signs of forced entry. Inside, they found Edman's body and his sister, who was unharmed.


Man who kissed reporter on live TV charged with harassment in Kentucky

Man who kissed reporter on live TV charged with harassment in Kentucky

A man faces charges after being identified by police as the individual who kissed a reporter during a live broadcast Friday at the Bourbon & Beyond music festival in Kentucky.

Eric Goodman was identified by Louisville Metro Police as the man who kissed reporter Sara Rivest during a live shot outside the Kentucky Exposition Center last week. He was charged with harassment with physical contact, a misdemeanor, according to an LMPD spokesman.

Rivest confirmed the news in a Twitter post Thursday morning. She said Goodman wrote her an apology letter that she would read on a broadcast later in the day.

During the broadcast, a man behind Rivest made a spanking motion with his hand and smiled as he walked off camera. He returned a few seconds later and kissed Rivest on her cheek without her permission before running off.


I see many posts saying "it's over. He's done"

It isn't.
He's not.

How many times in the last three years have people predicted 'once x happens it will be the end of this administration. Each time x happened, nothing happened. We need to learn from past mistakes and not assume.

We are at the beginning, not the end.

What would hinder Democratic candidates more

At all levels in the 2020 election:

-talking about impeachment for four years but never putting it to a vote?


-calling a vote for an impeachment inquiry and falling about 60 votes short of passing in the House?

And if the latter happens do we try to primary those who did not vote for the impeachment?

Police blew up his house and shot him. Now he wants to make sure they don't do it to anyone else.

Police blew up his house and shot him. Now he wants to make sure they don’t do it to anyone else.

A Dixmont man who was shot by Maine State Police after they blew up his home with a robot bomb in June 2018 has sued the law enforcement agency, seeking to bar it from ever bombing or shooting another citizen again.

Michael Grendell, 62, has named 18 members of the Maine State Police and one member of the state Attorney General’s office as defendants in a civil lawsuit filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Bangor that seeks to prohibit state police from “further interference of the rights” of citizens through bombing or shooting.

Grendell is also seeking financial damages from the state in connection with the 20-hour police standoff that ended the morning of June 29, 2018, with the explosion of his Fox Lane house and resulted in him being shot in the face and torso. Grendell spent two months in the hospital after the incident, used a feeding tube, and suffered hearing loss and cognitive damage, according to the lawsuit, which requests a jury trial to assess Grendell’s claims.

The 58-page lawsuit asks the state to cover Grendell’s medical expenses, lost wages and earning capacity, and attorneys’ fees. It also requests general damages for what the lawsuit calls a violation of Grendell’s constitutional rights and assault and battery against him.
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