Howard Hewett on Fiancé Pleading Guilty to Drug Dealing, Marrying Her Before Prison (Part 7)

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In this clip, Howard Hewett talks about marrying his wife despite the controversy surrounding their relationship during the infamous "Drug Trafficking Trial" of 1985. He also sets the record straight and explains that he never married Mari Molina so that she wouldn’t testify against him, instead it was because he’s a romantic guy who truly loved her.

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The Ex-President’s Closest Allies Now Pleading The Fifth

Washington Post Congressional correspondent Jackie Alemany, former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, former U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg, and host of the “On Brand” podcast Donny Deutsch on former President Trump’s closest allies in his fight to overturn the results of the 2020 election now taking the fifth in the 1/6 committee’s investigation
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Steve Bannon Due Back In Court After Pleading Not Guilty

Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon is due back in court after pleading not guilty to charges of contempt of Congress, saying he was following the former president’s wishes by not complying with a Congressional subpoena. NBC News’ Leigh Ann Caldwell explains how Bannon plans to invoke executive privilege and whether his defense could hold up to the January 6th committee. 

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Lawyer Moe Gangat Thinks Pooh Shiesty Could Get Over 10 Years After Pleading Guilty (Part 1)

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In this clip, Lawyer Moe Gangat detailed the severity of the charges Pooh Shiesty pleaded guilty to and speculated that the rapper could be sentenced to over 5 years in prison. However, Moe said that Pooh Shiesty’s only lifeline could be his co-defendants and how much responsibility they take on in the matter.

Drake Bell Breaks Silence After Pleading Guilty to Felony Child Endangerment | THR News

Following his child endangerment conviction and his sentencing to two years probation, former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell is speaking out about his case.

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Family of woman who disappeared on road trip with fiancé pleading for answers

The family of a New York woman who disappeared on a cross-country road trip with her fiancé are desperately seeking answers. The 22-year-old was reported missing over the weekend. Her last location is believed to have been in Wyoming. “CBS Mornings” national correspondent Jericka Duncan spoke to her parents and step-parents. She reports from New York.

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Science, lives, livelihood key in pleading case for lockdown, OCTA says

Prof. Ranjit Rye explains how the OCTA Research group made its case for a lockdown acceptable even to sectors normally opposed to such an idea. He also stresses the government’s own data was the "clincher" in its decision to reimpose tighter restrictions in response to critics.

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Scottish woman pleading to be let out of quarantine to see seriously ill father

Claire Herriot is calling on the Scottish Government to let her out of quarantine to see her seriously ill father.

Miss Herriot is worried Gordon will pass away while locked up in a hotel as her mental health continues to deteriorate.

Claire arrived from Turkey to see him but has to quarantine in a hotel until 7 August. Turkey is on the UK’s ‘red list’ which means all arrivals must quarantine in a hotel for 10 days at a cost of £1,750.

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Kirschner: Oath Keeper Pleading Guilty ‘Will Start The Dominos Falling’ | The Last Word | MSNBC

Glenn Kirschner, a former federal prosecutor, joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss how prosecutors "will bring every drop of criminal information out of" the member of the Trump mob who pleaded guilty in the Capitol riot investigation. Aired on 04/17/2021.
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