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Brian Laundrie notebook found near remains ‘salvageable’, police say
Brian Laundries notebook, which was restored from Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park on Oct. 20 “may be rescued,” police said.
The FBI confirmed that a notebook, along with a backpack and a dry bag containing other items belonging to Laundrie, appeared in North Port, Florida, a park in an area that had previously been underwater, not far from where authorities found Laundries. partial residues. same day.
“It looks like it could be rescued. It’s really a matter for the FBI,” North Port Police Department Public Information Officer Josh Taylor told Fox News Digital when asked about the condition of the notebook and whether it had some legible writing inside it.
The FBI said it has “no new information” to share “at this time,” but the agency will continue to send updates to Twitter when they become available.
Laundre’s family lawyer Steven Bertolino said he did not know what’s inside the notebook or whether the notebook was inside the dry bag when Chris and Roberta Laundrie discovered it.
The deceased 23-year-old often shared photos of his artwork, mostly done on paper, to his Instagram page. It is unclear whether the notebook recovered from the park contains any artwork or writing. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ABOUT OUR TOP STORY.
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‘Rust’ film director says he ‘held’ Halyna Hutchins in his ‘arms while she was dying’
Serge Svetnoy, chief electrician / gaffer of the movie “Rust”, wrote an emotional post on social media about film photographer Halyna Hutchins’ death After one prop pistol shooting on the set.
On Facebook On Sunday, Svetnoy accused Hutchins’ death of “the person who was supposed to check the weapon on the spot did not do this; the person who was supposed to report that the loaded gun was on the spot did not do this; the person who was supposed to have checked this weapon , before it was brought to the set, did not. “
He claimed she died as a result of both “negligence and unprofessionalism.”
“To save a dime, you sometimes hire people who are not fully qualified for the complicated and dangerous job, and you risk the lives of the other people close by, and your lives as well,” Svetnoy wrote. “I understand that you always fight for the budget, but you can not allow this to happen.”
“It’s true that professionals can cost a little more and sometimes can be a little more demanding, but it’s worth it. No spare penny is worth the person’s LIFE!” He continued.
In his post, Svetnoy confirmed that he was standing next to Hutchins when she was shot and held by her when she died on the film set in New Mexico. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
– Alec Baldwin’s shooting accident: Special effects expert analyzes what probably happened
– Alec Baldwin handed over the plug gun on ‘Rust’ set by a crew member who was previously fired after an accident in 2019
– Alec Baldwin receives support from Hollywood after recordings on stage: ‘Our hearts are broken with yours’
– ‘Rust’ film production is shut down until the end of the Alec Baldwin shooting
– Halyna Hutchins is commemorated at the LA Memorial after the Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ shooting accident
The bite coughs in the hand, continues to shake hands with the public while being maskless
President Biden coughed him in the hand after a Monday speech in New Jersey and continued to use it to shake hands with members of the public, all while not wearing a mask.
The incident comes less than a week later Home Guard Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was tested positive for COVID-19 a few days after an event with the president.
Last Tuesday, a fully vaccinated Mayorca tested positive for COVID-19 as part of routine pre-travel protocols.
Three days earlier, Mayorka’s had attended the 40th annual memorial service for national peace officers at the US Capitol with Biden, where they were photographed only feet apart without masks.
“Secretary Mayorkas is experiencing only mild congestion; he is fully vaccinated and will isolate and work at home according to CDC protocols and medical advice,” DHS spokeswoman Marsha Espinosa said at the time.
Earlier this month, the president and first lady created controversy as they were caught to walk without a mask through Fiola Mare, an elegant Italian fish restaurant in Washington, DC, where all persons over the age of 2 are required to wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dismissed a question about the incident, saying people should be aware of the president’s policies and “not overly focus on moments in time.” CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
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– GOP Doctors Caucus warns whether Biden health vaccine mandate could worsen patient care, labor shortages
– Biden repeats the debunked Amtrak story for the fifth time during the presidency
– Biden jokes to school children, his job is to ‘avoid’ answering media questions
– Video shows maskless HS students from California in a room for non-compliance
– Hagerty urges Sanders to oppose immigration laws backed by Big Tech in Dem’s expense bill
– Shoppers still trapped after bullets fly, leaving at least two dead
– The far left blames you for the increase in crime on the police, but there is only one problem
– McAulife’s earlier thoughts on the CRT came back to haunt him just before the election
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SOME DEPARTURE WORDS
As President Biden approval assessments fall to record lows, the administration continues to add losses to their legacy, Sean Hannity argued Monday night.
“As inflation rises, the economy stagnates, the border gets out of control in the midst of a pandemic and COVID-19 mandates … rules that have no end in sight, Biden’s polls fall to the mid-30s and now another all-time low, “the”Hannitysaid the host. “There is not a single thing that Joe Biden and his administration can claim as a success for you, the American people.”
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