A statement on the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry website said the move came after Iran allowed demonstrators in Tehran to torch the Saudi embassy there. Saudi Arabia and Iran are on opposing sides in some of the Middle East's worst conflicts. Bahrain is also claiming that it has captured what it calls a "terrorist" group planning attacks in the kingdom.
Throughout the trial, the filmmakers had seemingly unlimited access to both Avery's family and his defense team, who did an admirable job of manufacturing doubt about Avery's guilt. The omissions include the fact that Avery's DNA was found on the hood latch on Halbach's SUV, which was hidden on the salvage lot. They were convicted in 2007 and sentenced to life in prison.
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He told a woman "that she had better be careful or she could end up like Teresa", according to court papers filed this week by special prosecutor Ken Kratz , although the woman's age and relationship to Dassey are not specified. Avery is accused of murdering a young photographer he contracted. A March 9, 2006, call from Steven Avery to his mother and sister, telling them to call Dassey's lawyer and say police forced Dassey to make the statements.
Cruz was born in Calgary in 1970 to an American mother and a Cuban father. Presidents must be "natural-born citizens" under the U.S. Constitution. In 2013 at The Daily Caller , Cato Institute legal analyst Ilya Shapiro noted that any person who is a citizen at birth is eligibile regardless of his own birthplace.
Our Observers in Cologne warn that anti-migrant sentiment is on the rise after dozens of women reported being sexually assaulted and mugged in front of Cologne's city centre on New Year's Eve, by groups of men that police said were described as looking "North African or Middle Eastern".