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Estranged Husband Charged in Connecticut Mom Jennifer Dulos? Murder Attempted Suicide: Report

Estranged Husband Charged in Connecticut Mom Jennifer Dulos? Murder Attempted Suicide: ReportFotis Dulos, the luxury homebuilder accused of killing his estranged wife, attempted suicide at his Connecticut home, The Hartford Courant reported Tuesday. Dulos, 52, was arrested and charged earlier this month with capital murder, murder, and kidnapping, seven months after Jennifer Dulos disappeared after dropping her children off at school. Her body has not been found. Despite initial reports that Fotis Dulos was found dead in his garage, his attorney, Norm Pattis, told NBC New York that he was has been taken to the hospital with a pulse. Aerial images showed emergency personnel trying to revive someone on the ground outside his home. Husband of Missing Connecticut Mom Jennifer Dulos Arrested on Murder ChargeAccording to local media reports, emergency vehicles swarmed Dulos? Farmington home on Tuesday, just as he was supposed to head into court for an emergency bond-related hearing. The noon hearing was set to address whether there was adequate security for his $6 million bond. Authorities have alleged Dulos was ?lying in wait? near his estranged wife?s New Canaan home the day she vanished?and enlisted the help of a new girlfriend to dump evidence of her killing.Dulos? former live-in girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, was also charged on Jan. 7 with conspiracy to commit murder. An attorney who previously represented Dulos, Kent Mahwinney, has also been charged with conspiracy to commit murder, authorities said at a Tuesday press conference.On May 24, 2018, Jennifer Dulos, 50, was last seen dropping off her five kids at school. Authorities later found her car abandoned on a New Canaan road ?in reverse? with its ?lights on,? according to the arrest warrant. Blood was also found on the passenger side of the car.Authorities found ?multiple stains? at her house that ?tested positive for human blood,? prompting investigators to determine the mother of five was the victim of a ?serious physical assault.?Husband of Missing Connecticut Mom Jennifer Dulos Takes Stand in Civil Lawsuit Brought by Mother-in-LawZip ties were also recovered at the scene, which authorities said were used to ?secure and incapacitate? Jennifer Dulos when she was alive, according to the arrest warrant.A previous warrant alleged that after the attack, Dulos andTroconisdumped several trash bags with bloody items, including a bag, shirt, mops, gloves, a sponge, and a vintage bike Dulos allegedly used to get to the home from his car, which was parked ten minutes away.Evidence at the housealso suggested there were ?attempts to clean the crime scene,? authorities said.If you or a loved one are struggling with suicidal thoughts, please reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.Editor?s note: This article has been amended to correct initial reports that Fotis Dulos was found dead.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.



The helicopter that carried Kobe Bryant and 8 others before crashing on a hillside did not have a black box on board, investigators say

The helicopter that carried Kobe Bryant and 8 others before crashing on a hillside did not have a black box on board, investigators sayThe National Transportation Safety Board said on Monday that investigators are working to determine the cause of the crash.



Mother of Jailed Israeli Backpacker Hopes for Russia Pardon

Mother of Jailed Israeli Backpacker Hopes for Russia Pardon(Bloomberg) -- The mother of an Israeli woman imprisoned on drug-smuggling charges in Russia said she?s hopeful President Vladimir Putin will pardon her daughter.Naama Issachar, a 26-year-old U.S.-born Israeli army veteran, was sentenced in October to 7 1/2 years for carrying a small amount of hashish in her luggage on a transit flight via Moscow after a backpacking trip to India. Her plight has become a cause celebre in Israel, where it?s widely seen as politically motivated.Putin met with Issachar?s mother, Yaffa, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Thursday, on the sidelines of an international forum on the Holocaust. He assured her that ?everything will be all right,? and on Sunday, Naama Issachar applied for a presidential pardon, her lawyers said.When asked in a text message exchange whether she expects her daughter to return to Israel soon, Yaffa Issachar replied: ?I hope so.? The request for a pardon has been received and ?all necessary legal procedures are being carried out at the moment so the president can take a decision on this issue in the nearest future,? Putin?s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters on a conference call Monday.A decision to free Issachar, who?s been in detention since April, could bolster Netanyahu, who?s been indicted on corruption charges and is fighting for his political survival at the country?s third election in less than a year in March.The Kremlin said last week that Israel and Russia are also making progress in settling a dispute over the ownership of Russian Orthodox Church property in Jerusalem, which Israel?s Haaretz newspaper said could form part of a quid pro quo to secure Issachar?s release.The Russian leader has previously rebuffed multiple pleas from Netanyahu for Issachar?s sentence to be commuted.Her case for a time became entangled with that of a Russian national, Alexei Burkov, whom Israel extradited to the U.S. in November on charges including hacking and credit card fraud. Russia had offered to swap the two, according to Natan Sharansky, a former Soviet dissident and Israeli politician.(Adds Putin spokesman?s comment in 4th paragraph)To contact the reporters on this story: Henry Meyer in Moscow at hmeyer4@bloomberg.net;Irina Reznik in Moscow at ireznik@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Gregory L. White at gwhite64@bloomberg.net, Amy Teibel, Tony HalpinFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.2020 Bloomberg L.P.



?They let him get away with murder?: Dems tormented over how to stop Bernie

?They let him get away with murder?: Dems tormented over how to stop BernieThe party establishment is caught in a catch-22.



Aging Iran airliner crash-lands on highway, injuring only 2

Aging Iran airliner crash-lands on highway, injuring only 2An aging Iranian passenger airliner carrying 144 people crash-landed on a runway and skidded onto a major highway next to an airport Monday, the latest crash in the Islamic Republic as U.S. sanctions bar it from parts or new aircraft. Authorities said two people suffered injuries in the hard landing of the McDonnell Douglas MD-83 flown by Caspian Airlines in Mahshahr, a city in Iran's oil-rich southwestern Khuzestan province. Passengers, apparently in shock, calmly exited the aircraft with their carry-on baggage out of a door near the cockpit and another over the plane's wing, video from Iran's Civil Aviation Network News showed.



U.N. criticizes Iraq trials of ISIS 'members', including human shields

U.N. criticizes Iraq trials of ISIS 'members', including human shieldsThe United Nations raised "serious concerns" on Tuesday about the trials of hundreds of alleged Islamic State members in Iraq, some of whom merely prepared meals, offered medical services or even acted as human shields for the jihadist group. Iraq has processed thousands of cases under its anti-terrorism law - including of detainees from outside the Middle East transferred from neighboring Syria - in the aftermath of a 2014-17 war against Islamic State militants.



Pro-Life Dem Confronts Buttigieg over Party?s Commitment to Abortion: ?We Have No Part in the Party?

Pro-Life Dem Confronts Buttigieg over Party?s Commitment to Abortion: ?We Have No Part in the Party?South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg was confronted by a pro-life Democratic voter over the party's position on abortion during a Fox News town hall event on Sunday.?I am a proud pro-life Democrat,? audience member Kristin Day said. ?Would you support more moderate platform language [regarding abortion] in the Democratic Party to ensure that the party of diversity and inclusion really does include everybody?? Currently, the Democratic party platform supports abortion up to nine months into pregnancy.?I support the position of my party, that this kind of medical care needs to be available to everyone, and I support the Roe vs. Wade framework that holds that early in pregnancy there are very few restrictions and late in pregnancy there are very few exceptions,? Buttigieg responded. ?The best I can offer is that we may disagree on that very important issue and hopefully we will be able to partner on other issues.?The exchange happened two days after President Trump became the first U.S. president in history to address the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.?Unborn children have never had a stronger defender in the White House,? Trump told the audience at the march.The highest-ranking Democrat to address the march was Louisiana state representative Katrina Jackson, who wrote legislation in 2014 that restricted abortion in the state.?Louisiana is the number one pro-life state. And do you know why? Because in Louisiana, the majority of Democrats who are elected are pro-lifers,? Jackson said. ?Every day that I walk into the state capitol, I am greeted by pro-lifers regardless of whether they?re black, white, Republican, Democrat, male, female.?



South Carolina shooting: Two dead and four wounded after gunman opens fire in bar

South Carolina shooting: Two dead and four wounded after gunman opens fire in barTwo people are dead and at least four are wounded following a shooting at a South Carolina bar on Sunday morning.The Darlington County Coroner's Office identified Dicaprio Collins, 21 and Bryan Robinson, 29 as the victims of the shooting at Mac's Lounge in Hartsville, South Carolina.



British man dies in US immigration detention in Florida

British man dies in US immigration detention in Florida* Death of man, 39, initially attributed to hanging * UK Foreign Office said to be in touch with man?s wifeA British man has died while being held in US immigration detention in Florida, the Guardian has confirmed.The death was first reported by BuzzFeed News, which said the man was 39 years old and that the cause was initially attributed to asphyxiation due to hanging. The incident was reported to have occurred on Saturday last week.?Our staff are in contact with the US authorities following the death of a British man in Florida,? said a spokeswoman for the Foreign Office in London.Foreign Office officials are understood to have been in contact with the deceased man?s wife, as US officials investigate the circumstances of the death.Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) did not respond to multiple requests for comment from the Guardian.In a statement to BuzzFeed, the agency identified the deceased man as Ben James Owen and clarified he had died at the Baker county detention center in Macclenny, Florida. Officials said Owen had entered the US on a temporary visa in July and had been arrested on suspicion of felony aggravated stalking, felony false imprisonment, domestic assault, and violating the conditions of his pre-trial release. The agency said the case remained under investigation.The incident marks the fifth death at a detention centre in the 2020 fiscal year, which begins in October 2019. There were eight deaths in Ice detention in the 2019 fiscal year.The immigration detention population in the United States has soared under the Trump administration. Last year Ice detained 510,854 people, compared with 396,448 in 2018. The administration has also increased its use of detention facilities, mostly run by private security companies, with a new concentration of detention centres opening in the deep south.Medical provision and mental health care at detention facilities has come under increased criticism under the Trump administration after a spate of high profile deaths since 2017.At the end of last year House Democrats on the oversight and reform committee launched an inquiry to investigate a ?troubling pattern of abuse and poor treatment? of migrants in custody.



CDC Splits With China on Coronavirus Spread as Possible U.S. Cases Hit 110

CDC Splits With China on Coronavirus Spread as Possible U.S. Cases Hit 110As authorities in China scrambled to handle a coronavirus that has killed at least 81 people, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday described a surging potential crisis even as they pushed back on the latest thinking from Beijing about just how easily it spreads.Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC?s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, told reporters that the number of confirmed cases stateside had reached five?and that there had been a total of 110 ?persons under investigation? for the virus in 26 states over the past week.Thirty-two of those people tested negative, and there had been no confirmed person-to-person transmissions inside the country, Messonnier said on Monday. The confirmed cases in the U.S. include patients in Orange County, California; a man in his 30s in Washington state; a woman in her 60s in Chicago; a passenger who felt ill after flying into Los Angeles International Airport; and a student at Arizona State University who does not live in university housing, the CDC said on Sunday. All of the U.S. cases appeared to involve patients who had recently traveled from Wuhan, China?the epicenter of the deadly virus.Seventy-three people were still being evaluated for the virus as of Monday.Fifth U.S. Case of Coronavirus Confirmed in Patient Who Traveled From Wuhan, China?We understand that many people in the United States are worried about this virus and how it will affect Americans,? Messonnier said, adding that ?risk depends on exposure,? which for Americans remained ?low? on Monday.In each U.S. case, health officials have said they will trace the patient?s contacts and identify anyone who may have had prolonged exposure, then monitor those individuals for symptoms. In the U.S., anyone who has had close contact with confirmed patients has not been quarantined unless and until they display symptoms.That policy came into question over the weekend, when China?s health minister Ma Xiaowei said ?the ability of the virus to spread is getting stronger? and that authorities in that country now believe the virus can spread during the incubation period?even before infected patients become symptomatic. A study published last week in the journal Lancet appeared to bolster that contention.But Messonnier said the CDC had not seen ?any clear evidence of patients being infectious before symptom onset? as of Monday, even if authorities in the U.S. ?are being very aggressive and very cautious in tracking close contacts? of infected individuals.?This outbreak is unfolding rapidly, and we are rapidly looking at how that impacts our posture at the border,? said Messonnier. ?I expect that in the coming days, our travel recommendations will change.?Experts said that even as statements from Chinese health officials had to be viewed through a political lens, outright dismissal of asymptomatic transmission was premature.Eric Toner, a senior scientist with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the University?s School of Public Health, called the question ?nuanced.? ?It?s hard to know why the [Chinese] minister was so sure,? said Toner. ?The evidence we have seen is quite suggestive of pre-symptomatic transmission, at least in some people, but not conclusive. He may have information that we do not.?For now, officials were still screening passengers at five American airports: Los Angeles International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Of course, fewer travelers are coming out of Wuhan in the wake of a travel lockdown late last week; Messonnier said the CDC had screened approximately 2,400 people in those airports so far but that ?the number of people coming from Wuhan is declining.?Though Chinese authorities halted travel from Wuhan to stop the spread of the virus, the U.S. is among several countries?including France and Russia?that were given special permission to evacuate diplomats and private citizens. In addition to the 81 dead in China?76 of whom reportedly lived in Wuhan?nearly 3,000 people across the world, including a 9-month-old baby girl in Beijing, had confirmed cases of the virus as of Monday morning. Aside from the five cases in the U.S., more have been reported in Thailand, Taiwan, Australia, Macau, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, France, Canada, Vietnam, and Nepal.There had been no deaths from the virus reported outside of China as of Monday morning. But the new fatalities in that country over the weekend, including an 88-year-old man in Shanghai, stoked fears that the government had failed to contain the infection?s spread. Beijing announced Monday morning that it would push back the official end of the Lunar New Year holiday to Thursday from Sunday in order to ?reduce mass gatherings? and ?block the spread of the epidemic,? according to a statement from China?s cabinet.Meanwhile, Wuhan?s mayor, Zhou Xianwang, on Monday offered to step down, along with the city?s party secretary, Ma Guoqiang, in order to ?appease public indignation.? He said the pair were prepared to take responsibility for the crisis after days of public outcries from citizens, on social media and elsewhere.?Our names will live in infamy, but as long as it is conducive to the control of the disease and to the people?s lives and safety, Comrade Ma Guoqiang and I will bear any responsibility,? Zhou reportedly said Monday.Dr. Adrian Hyzler, chief medical officer for Healix International, which provides medical information to travelers, told The Daily Beast the CDC will know much more about how easily the virus spreads once the incubation period?estimated at a maximum of 14 days?has passed in the five U.S. cases.?If, as the Chinese are saying, patients are contagious before symptoms develop, then it is much harder to control,? he said.Editor?s note: This story has been updated to clarify that the CDC cleared 32 people who tested negative for the virus out of 110 potential cases.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.







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