Morning briefing: Jan 12

JANUARY 12, 2020

Today is Jan 12, and these are the stories I am following.

1-New allegations of abuse rocks New Hampshire
The AP reports: More than two dozen men and women say they were physically, sexually and emotionally abused as children at New Hampshire’s state-run youth detention center over the course of three decades, according to attorneys who have filed a class action lawsuit on their behalf.

DML: Be ready.  This report will grow, and so to will a new type of #MeToo movement.

2- Storm rocks US south
Severe storms sweeping across southern portions of the U.S. and up into the Midwest were blamed Saturday in the deaths of at least 11 people, including two first responders, as high winds, tornadoes and unrelenting rain battered large swaths of the country.

Storm-related fatalities were reported in Texas due to icy weather, in Alabama from a deadly tornado and in Louisiana, where winds were so strong that a trailer home was lifted off its foundation and carried several hundred feet. A man drowned in Oklahoma and the storms even touched the Midwest with at least one death on an icy highway in Iowa. Hundreds of thousands of people were left without power from Texas to Ohio, parts of highways were closed in Oklahoma and Arkansas due to flooding and hundreds of flights were canceled at Chicago’s international airports. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared a state of emergency to assist crews working to restore power around the state.

DML: We pray.

3-New mess for Jussie Smollett
A judge has ordered Google to give a special prosecutor one year of Jussie Smollett’s data.  Smollett grabbed headlines last year when the Fox star claimed to be assaulted by Trump supporters, who he claimed put a rope around his neck.

DML: I hope they get this liar once and for all.

4-IRAN arrests UK ambassador
A top British official condemned Saturday’s arrest of the U.K. ambassador to Iran during anti-government protests in Tehran, calling the detainment “a flagrant violation of international law.”

Rob Macaire, who has been Britain’s envoy to the Islamic republic since March 2018, was arrested as he stopped at a barber shop for a haircut after attending a vigil for the victims of a Ukrainian jetliner that crashed in Tehran last week, the BBC reported. Macaire left the vigil after it became a demonstration but was later accused by Iranian authorities of helping to incite the anti-government protest, The Independent of Britain reported.

DML: Don’t should have bombed Iran after they shot those 15 missiles.  What a missed opportunity.

5-Kevin is running again
Kevin’s legs were incapable of running after years of pains and aches which doctors could not explain.  Someone shared my MIRACLE ME and DML PURE CBD softgels with him on Christmas.  Two weeks later he is running again now that his legs are pain free.  He has no other explanation other than, “it’s a f*cking miracle.”

DML: I have nothing to add here other than: Save $50 and get 3 bottles of DML PURE CBD softgels, and one bottle of MIRACLE ME, and join the rest of us who are feeling great again with DML CBD.  Go to DMLcbd.com/great

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