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Source: Global News

Florida sheriff’s deputy who stayed outside school during shooting will testify

Tuesday 11:47 GMT

The then-Florida sheriff’s deputy who didn’t rush into the building as a gunman killed 17 high school students and staff members is scheduled to testify this week before the commission investigating the massacre, but could refuse by citing his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

WATCH: Trump critical of Florida deputy for not taking action during Parkland school shooting. Peterson, 55, was a decorated sheriff’s deputy for 32 years but retired weeks after the shooting rather than face suspension, receiving a $100,000 annual pension.

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Source: The Guradian

Bolsonaro allies ride conservative wave in Brazil elections

Tuesday 20:01 GMT

A little-known conservative judge and former marine, Wilson Witzel, raced past him to finish first with 41%, forcing a runoff vote on 28 October.

Voters knew one important thing about Witzel: he is allied to Jair Bolsonaro, the extreme rightwing candidate who was very nearly elected president on Sunday, and he had campaigned with Bolsonaro’s son Flávio, who himself was voted into the Senate.

4 Articles
Source: Common Domain

Trump Says He Has No Plans to Fire Rosenstein

Wednesday 03:20 GMT

President Trump on Monday said he had no plans to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, giving a vote of confidence to the No. 2 Justice Department official after reports he had discussed secretly recording the president and mounting an effort to remove him from office.

The episode was another turn in the sometimes fraught relationship between Mr. Trump and Mr. Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, which Mr. Trump decries as a “witch hunt.”

4 Articles
Source: Common Domain

Trump Says He Has No Plans to Fire Rosenstein

Wednesday 03:20 GMT

President Trump on Monday said he had no plans to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, giving a vote of confidence to the No. 2 Justice Department official after reports he had discussed secretly recording the president and mounting an effort to remove him from office.

The episode was another turn in the sometimes fraught relationship between Mr. Trump and Mr. Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, which Mr. Trump decries as a “witch hunt.”


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