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New Mexico prison officer facing sack for refusing vaccine takes state county to court

New Mexico prison officer facing sack for refusing vaccine takes state county to court

New Mexico prison officer facing sack for refusing vaccine takes state county to court New Mexico prison officer facing sack for refusing vaccine takes state county to court A prison officer in New Mexico is taking a county to court over a requirement for him to take a coronavirus vaccine, or face being sacked. In a complaint filed in a …

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Navalny Sent to Notoriously Harsh Russian Prison

Navalny Sent to Notoriously Harsh Russian Prison

Navalny Sent to Notoriously Harsh Russian Prison Navalny Sent to Notoriously Harsh Russian Prison Mr. Navalny’s organization released a description of the colony on Monday underscoring the role of the co-opted prisoners in managing the population. Upon arrival, for example, guards force inmates to renounce on video the code of honor governing prisons run by the criminal thieves in law, …

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Vulnerable Inmates Left in Prison as Covid Rages

Vulnerable Inmates Left in Prison as Covid Rages

Vulnerable Inmates Left in Prison as Covid Rages Vulnerable Inmates Left in Prison as Covid Rages On Dec. 9, Rae Haltzman, who is 65 and has high blood pressure, started vomiting but was unable to summon help. She lay down by the locked door of the visiting room with a blanket “waiting for someone to come,” she wrote in a …

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At Least Eight Killed in Haiti Prison Break

At Least Eight Killed in Haiti Prison Break

At Least Eight Killed in Haiti Prison Break At Least Eight Killed in Haiti Prison Break CROIX-DES-BOUQUETS, Haiti — At least seven prisoners and a police officer were killed and another person injured on Thursday after several inmates, including one of Haiti’s most powerful gang leaders, escaped from a prison in Port-au-Prince, the capital, the authorities said. The spokesman for …

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Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi Women’s Rights Activist, Freed From Prison

Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi Women's Rights Activist, Freed From Prison

Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi Women’s Rights Activist, Freed From Prison Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi Women’s Rights Activist, Freed From Prison BEIRUT, Lebanon — A Saudi activist best known for challenging the ban on women driving, Loujain al-Hathloul, was released Wednesday after the kingdom had jailed her for nearly three years on charges that Western governments and rights groups roundly dismissed as politically …

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Review: Fathers, but Not Yet Men, in the Prison Drama ‘Shook’

Review: Fathers, but Not Yet Men, in the Prison Drama ‘Shook’

Review: Fathers, but Not Yet Men, in the Prison Drama ‘Shook’ Review: Fathers, but Not Yet Men, in the Prison Drama ‘Shook’ Great injustice makes great drama, so it’s no surprise that playwrights have been drawn to the epidemic of incarceration among neglected young men. Or should I say the pandemic? “Shook,” Samuel Bailey’s knockout professional debut, diagnoses much the …

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Smugglers Get Long Prison Terms in U.K. for Their Roles in Killing 39 Migrants

Smugglers Get Long Prison Terms in U.K. for Their Roles in Killing 39 Migrants

Smugglers Get Long Prison Terms in U.K. for Their Roles in Killing 39 Migrants Smugglers Get Long Prison Terms in U.K. for Their Roles in Killing 39 Migrants LONDON — Four smugglers convicted of killing 39 people from Vietnam who died in the back of a container truck as it was shipped to England were sentenced Friday to between 13 …

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Jay Y. Lee, Chief of South Korea’s Samsung Empire, Is Sent to Prison

Jay Y. Lee, Chief of South Korea's Samsung Empire, Is Sent to Prison

Jay Y. Lee, Chief of South Korea’s Samsung Empire, Is Sent to Prison Jay Y. Lee, Chief of South Korea’s Samsung Empire, Is Sent to Prison SEOUL, South Korea — ​The Seoul High Court ​sentenced Samsung’s top leader, Lee Jae-yong, to ​two and a half years in prison on Monday for bribing South Korea’s former president, Park Geun-hye​. Mr. Lee’s …

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Losing a Loved One Twice: First to Prison, Then to Covid

Losing a Loved One Twice: First to Prison, Then to Covid

Losing a Loved One Twice: First to Prison, Then to Covid Losing a Loved One Twice: First to Prison, Then to Covid The calls usually came on Sundays. Hank Warner of Huntington Beach, Calif., would see a familiar area code pop up on his phone, telling him that his younger brother was on the other end of the line. He …

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Protesters Given Prison Terms for Beating Reporter at Hong Kong Airport

Protesters Given Prison Terms for Beating Reporter at Hong Kong Airport

Protesters Given Prison Terms for Beating Reporter at Hong Kong Airport Protesters Given Prison Terms for Beating Reporter at Hong Kong Airport HONG KONG — A Hong Kong court on Friday sentenced two men and one woman to several years in prison for assaulting a Chinese state media reporter during a protest that paralyzed the territory’s international airport in 2019. …

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