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In the Breonna Taylor case, a third grand juror is ready to come forward and speak out about the controversial deliberations that cleared three Louisville officers of any criminal liability in the 26-year-old emergency room tech’s death.

According to The New York Post, this announcement comes just three days after two other grand jurors spoke out for the first time on “CBS News This Morning.” In that interview, the two jurors called Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron a “liar” for suggesting the 12-member panel signed off on clearing the cops of any murder charges.

This new third juror would reiterate the accounts of the others.

In a statement, Kevin Glogower, the attorney for the original two, said, “Anonymous Grand Juror #3 has joined Anonymous Grand Jurors #1 and #2 in promoting truth and transparency regarding the Breonna Taylor case,” adding that the third juror “firmly supports the fact that no additional charges were allowed at the conclusion of service.”




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Mariah Carey’s Brother Suing Over False Claims In Memoir

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Mariah Carey is being sued by another one of her siblings, Morgan Carey, for falsely accusing him of being a violent person in her memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey.”

Morgan is the second Carey family member to sue her over the book, following Mariah’s sister Alison, who described it as containing “cruel and outrageous allegations.”

In legal documents obtained by TMZ, Morgan alleges that Mariah damaged his reputation when she wrote about an alleged violent struggle he had with their father and an alleged attack against their mother.

The lawsuit includes a passage from the memoir that reads: “It took twelve cops to pull my brother and father apart. The big bodies of men, all entangled like a swirling hurricane, crashed loudly into the living room. I was a little girl with very few memories of a big brother who protected me. More often, I felt I had to protect myself from him, and sometimes I would find myself protecting my mother from him too.”

Morgan believes Mariah’s account of the fight portrays him as a violent man and claims actual fights with his father never occurred when Mariah was a child. In either case, he claims that 12 cops would never respond to a domestic violence complaint.

According to the documents, Mariah’s memoir also alleges, “Suddenly there was a loud, sharp noise, like an actual gunshot. My brother had pushed my mother with such force that her body slammed into the wall, making a loud cracking sound.”

Morgan insists it’s all a lie, claiming that many people experienced his “deep affection” for his mother and claims that Mariah contradicted herself later in the book when she recalled her mother saying, “Morgan is the only one I love.”

He’s suing his younger sister for slander and deliberate infliction of emotional distress, and it appears that he’s seeking a large sum of money in damages.

 

 




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Rapper charged with hunting, killing man on LGBT+ dating app

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An Indianapolis rapper is being charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 39-year-old man he met via a dating app.

Diabolique Paris Johnson, 34, was arrested in the shooting death of Joshua J. Smelser in the victim’s home in Detroit last September.

After shooting Smelser multiple times, witnesses saw Johnson leave the man’s home with his backpack, which contained his wallet, credit cards and cellphone.

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Johnson, a down low aspiring rapper (pictured), is also accused of robbing a 26-year-old man four days earlier at a hotel in Dearborn.

Both victims were Caucasian men who were “hunted” by Johnson on same-sex dating apps, police say.

Johnson was arrested in Indianapolis on December 4 and extradited to Michigan this week, WDIV reported.

He was charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of felony firearm possession.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy joined forces with the Fair Michigan Justice Project, an organization that helps law enforcement investigate crimes against the LGBT+ community.

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Netflix Announces New Feature for iOS Devices Called Fast Laughs

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Netflix has joined Snapchat and Instagram in an attempt to cash in on the TikTok-fueled short-form video craze with Fast Laughs.

Today the company unveiled a new smartphone update that will include a full-screen feed of short clips from the streaming giant’s library. The feed can be accessed via the Fast Laughs tab at the bottom of the navigation menu, which will start playing automatically. Users can then swipe through the clips and add featured episodes, films, or stand-up specials to their watch list or schedule to watch. Clips can also be exchanged through social media and text messages.

Fast Laughs is only available in select territories and is only available on iOS devices for the time being, but the company promises that Android testing will begin soon.

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