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‘Dead’ Man Wakes Up on Autopsy Table

A prisoner in Spain woke up on the morgue table shortly before his planned autopsy after having been declared dead by three separate doctors. It’s still not clear what went wrong. Gonzalo Montoya Jiménez, 29, was believed to have died in his prison cell around 8 a.m. on Sunday, the Spanish-language news outlet La Voz de Asturias reported.

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‘Do it now’: Lindsey Graham asks older judges to retire before November — when GOP could get routed

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With the 2020 presidential election nearly five months away, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is calling on older conservative judges to retire en masse as his party faces the possibility of getting routed in the fall.

As the Washington Post reports, Graham told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt that now is the time for older judges to step down to ensure that they are replaced by Senate Republicans.

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Trump slammed as an ‘adolescent wannabe-authoritarian’ after his campaign ‘bullies’ online retailer over a cartoon

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Cartoonist Nick Anderson recently put an anti-Trump cartoon, titled “The Trump Cult,” up for sale on the e-commerce site Redbubble — which temporarily removed it following a complaint by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign. And Anderson is speaking out about the incident.

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Two officers involved in George Floyd’s killing were frequent subjects of violence complaints — but never disciplined

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Two of the Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's killing were previously involved in other violent on-duty incidents.

Derek Chauvin, who kneeled on the 46-year-old Floyd's neck for nine minutes as he begged for his life, and Tou Thao had been the subjects of more than a dozen civilian complaints in their combined 29 years on the force, reported The Guardian.

Chauvin, a 19-year veteran, has faced three verbal reprimands, but a database by Minneapolis’ Communities United Against Police Brutality show both he and Thao, a 10-year veteran, never faced disciplinary action.

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