A woman went to TikTok to blast Hulu for not addressing an employee who reportedly stole her personal information and stalked her after their customer service chat.
Aryan Strauss terminated her Hulu account at the beginning of November, but she did so after the cancellation deadline had passed. She called the streaming platform’s customer care after discovering that she had been charged for this month’s subscription and used the chat option to speak with a representative to request a refund because she was a single mother who had been out of work for about a month. In the video, she outlined why she was unable to pay for the membership at the time.
Two former trustees of an organization pension scheme have been given suspended sentences for making unlawful loans of £236,000.
The duo, Andrew Kyprianou and Colin Werb, had been prosecuted by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and admitted two counts of creating prohibited employer-related investments.
Firm administrators Andrew Kyprianou, 60, of Glebe Avenue, Enfield, Middlesex and Colin Werb, 72, of The Birches, Grimsgate, Diseworth, Derby, had been sentenced to 16 months in jail for every offence, suspended for 2 years, at Leeds Crown Court docket on Friday. They had been additionally ordered to hold out 250 hours of unpaid work.
The decision on Friday, November 18 comes as the Biden administration says that as the head of state he has immunity from prosecution.
The decision comes as a blow to the fiancée of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, whom the administration said was murdered on the instruction of the prince.
According to Justice Department lawyers the situation was largely out of their control as the Crown Prince had been appointed Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia since the killing.
Who is Carlo Gambino?
Carlo Gambino was the previous head of the Gambino crime family and a mobster from Sicily and America. Over time, he grew to be one of the country’s most feared crime leaders, and was constantly pursued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
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Moment British Border Force vessels and French Navy ships ‘handover’ traffickers’ boats in ‘taxi service’
In a series of radio conversations recorded on Sunday, French warships and maritime police can be heard contacting three Border Force ships – Defender, Hurricane and Ranger.
The recordings, from a public maritime radio channel, reveal how the two nations arrange the handover of boats carrying migrants just 12 miles off Kent.
The radio dialogue suggests that instead of stopping illegals, the French Navy is routinely guiding migrant boats from the French coast to mid-Channel meet-ups with Brits.
British Border Force workers then put the passengers on board boats to bring them into Dover, reports Mail Online.
It comes as the UK and France signed a landmark £63million deal to stop migrants crossing the Channel.
Waukesha Massacre Suspect’s Outbursts Leave Trial Judge ‘Scared’
The courtroom outbursts of Waukesha Christmas parade massacre suspect Darrell Brooks, 40, left the trial judge admitting she was “scared” when he stared her down.
Brooks — who is representing himself in his own trial — was heard interrupting a prosecutor and slamming his hands on the table before staring down Judge Jennifer Dorow in the courtroom on Friday. The outburst came as the prosecutor was about to read Brooks’ lengthy criminal conviction history.
Brooks slams his fist and stares down Judge Dorow, prompting her to call a break citing she is now scared of Brooks. pic.twitter.com/K4nrP3VfkD
— Shane B. Murphy (@shanermurph) October 21, 2022
What will the next pandemic look like? Health officials from across the globe gathered in Geneva in late August at a World Health Organization meeting to focus on how lessons learned from COVID-19 might best prepare civilization for the “next one.”
Titled “Scientific Strategies from Recent Outbreaks to Help Us Prepare for Pathogen X,” the conference brought together leaders in research, pharma, government and nonprofits. Among the speakers was Jun Wang, an associate professor in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy.
The A39 at Holford (Image: Google Maps)
Emergency crews raced to the aid of a woman following an early morning crash near a Somerset pub.
Crews were called at 12.30am today (Sunday, February 13) to reports of a collision on the A37 near the Castle of Comfort at Holford.
Police, along with two fire appliances from Nether Stowey and Bridgwater along with a Fire Officer and the Rescue Tender and support pump from Taunton, were called to the incident.
A 20 year old woman was found in the vehicle and assessed by parademics before being extricated from the car by ambulance and fire crews.
Actor Danny Masterson, best known for his role on “That ’70s Show,” was charged with three counts of rape, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced Wednesday.
Masterson was arrested at 11:30 a.m. PT on Wednesday and released shortly before 3 p.m. PT on a $3.3 million bail, according to information available on the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department website.
Masterson is charged with forcibly raping three women in separate incidents occurring between 2001 and 2003, a press release from the District Attorney’s Office said.
His arraignment is scheduled for September 18.
In a statement to CNN, Masterson’s attorney Tom Mesereau said, “Mr Masterson is innocent, and we’re confident that he will be exonerated when all the evidence finally comes to light and witnesses have the opportunity to testify.”
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Police in Oakland confirmed Wednesday evening that a 13-hour standoff at the home of man armed with a rifle who had two children with him has ended peacefully.
Police said that the man let the two children go and surrendered shortly afterwards. The scene was being cleared by about 6:30 p.m.
Police and SWAT officers had surrounded the home in an East Oakland neighborhood since early Wednesday morning.
Oakland police spokesman Johnna Watson emailed that officers responded at 5:33 a.m. to 5700 block of Harmon Ave. in the city’s Seminary neighborhood near Mills College after their shotspotter alert system detected shots being fired.
“When officers arrived on scene they observed a man shooting a rifle from a window of a residence,” Watson said. “No injuries reported at this time.”
The unidentified gunman’s wife managed to escape from the home, but two children, six and eight years old, remained inside, police said.