Report: Ward's Father Says 'no Reason' For Crash
Report: Ward's Father Says 'no Reason' For Crash
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The father of the driver run over and killed by Tony Stewart told The Syracuse Post-Standard that "there's no reason for" the crash that led to his son's death. Kevin Ward Jr. was sent into the wall when his car was bumped by Stewart's in a dirt-track race on Saturday night in Canandaigua. According to reports, when the 20-year-old Ward got out of his damaged car, he walked on the track and appeared to point at Stewart. Other cars drove past him, but Stewart's right-rear tire appeared to hit him and drag him along the track. Ward, Sr. told the newspaper, "Apparently, Tony Stewart was the only one driving out there who didn't see him." No charges have been filed against Stewart, but they are still possible. In his interview with the newspaper Ward, Sr. also said, "The one person that knows what happened that night is possibly facing 10 years in prison. Is he going to say what he done?"
Politico reported, A federal judge unloaded on State Department officials Thursday night, saying he was perplexed as to why it was taking so long for the agency to release Hillary Clinton emails in compliance with Freedom of Information Act requests. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon, who scolded officials just last week, conveyed concerns that the federal agency was taking its time producing records to protect the Democratic frontrunner.
James Holmes came home on winter break from graduate school looking haggard and making odd facial expressions, but his father didn't suspect at the time that he was descending into mental illness. Robert Holmes said, "He was not a violent person. At least not until the event." "The event" is a phrase he used several times to refer to his son's attack on the audience inside a darkened Colorado movie theater, which killed 12 people, injured 70 others and makes James Holmes eligible for the death penalty. Months later, Robert Holmes said he recalled that look when his son flashed a wide-eyed smirk in a booking photo at the jail. District Attorney George Brauchler pointed out while cross-examining Robert Holmes on Wednesday that the bug-eyed mugshot wasn't taken immediately after his arrest, because his hair was no longer comic-book red. Was he posing, perhaps trying to appear crazy? Robert Holmes deflected the prosecutor's suggestion, saying he knew nothing about how the photograph was taken.
Today just so happens to be the one month anniversary of that epic Degrassi reunion photo shoot that we all lost our minds over, and while that was probably one of the best things that has ever happened to us, there was something missing. A ton of original cast members all gathered for a photo shoot to promote the retrospective special airing this Friday, and unfortunately, Cassie Steele was not among them. Steele played Manny Santos, who was BFFs with Miriam McDonald's Emma Nelson. Both McDonald and Steele posted pictures of the two of them hanging out on Instagram, and so many feels came rushing back.
Salma Hayek's refuses to "say his name" because she doesn't want to give the presidential hopeful any "extra publicity. "I'd be surprised if he did something courageous and meaningful that nobody found out about," she said. However, she does appreciate that his remarks helped bring more attention to issues around race and discrimination. "At least be brought a light to a real problem," Hayek said.
Nearly a year ago Ferguson Missouri police Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. The shooting sparked months of tension and protests as the nation waited to find out if Wilson would face charges. Last week, another fatal police encounter between a white officer and an unarmed black man occurred. University of Cincinnati Officer Ray Tensing shot and killed Samuel Dubose. But while the Ferguson aftermath played out over the course of months, fueling waves of unrest, a grand jury indicted Tensing just 11 days after he killed Dubose. Protests were comparatively low key. And unlike Wilson Tensing was promptly fired and widely condemned.
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