Exposto was first exonerated by the High Court in 2017 on grounds that she didn't know there were 1.5 kilograms (3.3 pounds) of crystal methamphetamine in her bag when she was arrested in December 2014 at Kuala Lumpur's global airport. Furthermore, her lawyer said that she was innocent and had always believed the same. Maria Elvira Pinto Exposto, with her lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.
If Congress resumes next week, Schiff is expected to send the report to the House Judiciary Committee , where Chairman Jerrold Nadler will shortly launch hearings against which Trump is to be charged. "At base, the president has a choice to make: He can take this opportunity to be represented in the impeachment hearings, or he can stop complaining about the process".
This morning, Dresden police reported perhaps the largest theft in the country's post-war history, committed at the famous German Museum. The two remain on the run. Exhibition rooms at the museum focus on treasures featuring jewels, ivory, silver and amber among other objects. He said the thieves "stole cultural treasures of immeasurable worth - that is not only the material worth but also the intangible worth to the state of Saxony, which is impossible to estimate".
The Hyrons were not hurt in the 10-minute firefight, the military said, adding that no ransom was paid to the Abu Sayyaf militants. A photo has been released by the military, which shows the couple smiling in a military camp and talking with army generals in Sulu.
Several supermarkets in the city's south were looted Friday as protesters, many masked, burned items in the street and blocked roads. "We woke up. Change is underway and it won't stop", protester Juan Sebastian Patino, 32, told AFP. It had taken on the feel of a ghost town overnight, subjected to a near-total curfew. Residents hold sticks as they stand in front of their apartment block to guard their homes from possible looting after a curfew was enforced following renewed protests on ...
The case against Syed seemed to reach a turning point in March 2018 when the Maryland Court of Special Appeals voted 2-1 for a new trial. However, the state appealed and successfully argued that a different lawyer would not have changed the facts of the murder case - which they believe definitively prove Syed did, in fact, strangle high schooler Hae Min Lee in 1999.