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Texas Company sends 3D Printable Gun Files directly to customers: NPR

Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributor, said he received 400 orders for 3D Writable Drawing. Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon / KUT hide caption change caption Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon / KUT Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed, said he received 400 orders for the drawings for 3D-writable weapons. Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon / KUT The company in the midst of a trial of 3D writable weapons …

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Nixon and Cuomo argue about the climate (in the room where they will discuss)

One day out of his big ticket debate, a leaked email has raised – quite literally – the temperature of the race between New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the main challenger Cynthia Nixon. Frustrated by a negotiation process, they say that they close them effectively by negotiating issues such as their date and whether the candidates would sit or …

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Former police convicted of murder to shoot unarmed black teenager

DALLAS – A former police officer was found guilty of murder Tuesday for April 2017 shot dead by an African American teenager and could face up to life in jail. Roy Oliver, who is white, testified that he defended his partner when he shot into a car leaving a house party in Dallas suburb of Balch Springs. The fifteen-year-old Jordan …

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Watch: Lawyers find police who killed 15-year-old Jordan Edwards guilty of murder | courts

Lawyers are considered for two days before they issued their verdict. They asked several questions about Oliver's testimony and why he decided to shoot. The wicked shooter of the unarmed black teenage of a white police became the latest rally of critics of police brutality. Camera shooting played for jury members showed how fast police response escalated the night Jordan …

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Protest outbreaks over the class "critical event" taught by Oklahoma officer who killed an unguarded black man

Protests broke out of a class taught to the sheriff's deputies of a white Oklahoma officer who was acquitted of death charges in the fatal 2016 shot by an unguarded African-American man. Despite the demonstrations, however, former Tulsa police chief Betty Shelby, now a deputy sheriff's deputy, went on Tuesday with the scheduled "Surviving the Aftermath of a Critical Incident" …

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Maker of 3D-printed guns begins selling drawings, despite court orders

Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributor, said he interpreted Monday's federal court decision to mean that he could not submit gun drawings online for free download. Instead, he said that he now sells the drawings to the customers, lets them name their own price and then email or send the plans to them. "Whoever wants these files will get them. …

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Bruce Ohr, civil servant in Trump's cross-border justice department, is facing legislators

The closed door meeting is expected to focus on Ohr's relationship with Christopher Steele, the British spy behind the documentation, which contained a blissful and verified announcement about Trump and Russia. It is an unlikely turn in the limelight of the Justice Minister's almost 30-year-old veteran who has built a reputation as the "Generalized Officer" and an Expert on Global …

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Will Beto O & # 39; Rourke Beat Ted Cruz? Latest polls, Fundraising Propose Democrats May Get Off Texas Upset

With less than three months until the middle of the election, new polls have been conducted by the Democratic Texas Senate Hopeful Beto Rourke in a statistical connection with existing Ted Cruz. An e-poll from Emerson College, conducted on 22-25 August, Cruz had 38 percent of the vote and Rourke with 37 percent. About 21 percent of voters were still …

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FBI official says the agency leaked stories and used them to receive FISA warrants

An FBI intelligence analyst took office in the Home Committees last week that presidents were known to leak information to the press and then use the resulting articles to get surveillance guarantees, according to a source of knowledge of his testimony. Jonathan Moffa, who worked with controversial former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, declared last Friday behind closed …

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