He said they were "close friends" of his. They were our colleagues. The administrator noted that all emergency site plans have been updated and exercises have been conducted with the staff so that they know what to do. Experts said attention on courthouse security has intensified since 2005, when a man overpowered a deputy who was releasing his cuffs to escort him to an Atlanta courtroom for his rape trial, took her gun and fatally shot the presiding judge and court reporter and then killed ...
So far, no organization has claimed responsibility for the attack, but "this kind of attack corresponds to the calls for killing of terrorist organizations", Molins concluded. Joëlle Nouvel, 60, a retired diplomat who has been living in Nice for 15 years, said she was thankful to be alive after a large truck came close to crushing her to death Thursday evening.
Deputy James Atterberry Jr. was shot and injured. Bailey said that they had no indications that he had been violent, and there were no warning signs of the attack about to follow. He said the man was able to disarm an officer. A report via The Detroit Free Press told despite the couple's recent divorce, Jessica Gordon was still wearing a wedding ring.
As of Friday, Martinez was withholding her endorsement of Trump even as she leads her state's 24-member delegation to the convention to cast their first-round ballots for the NY businessman. That's a safe assumption, though NBC News' report added that Colorado delegate Kendal Unruh, whose "Never Trump" activism enjoyed support from Sen.
On reflection, my recent remarks in response to press inquiries were ill-advised and I regret making them... "I don't think she would recuse herself, and I don't think she's actually required to", said Louis J. Larry is our main news editor. But the torrent of criticism, especially from supporters and allies of Justice Ginsburg, appears to have pierced that protection.
In that interview, with CNN , she added: "He says whatever comes into his head at the moment". Ginsburg herself would decide whether she could take part. "It just goes to say that she ought to be impartial". It's particularly liberating for a woman of a certain age to finally feel free - especially after a lifetime of implied societal constraints that force her to bite her lip more times than she can remember, choking on the blood of restraint while she does it.