After the shootout, everyone was evacuated from the court and all hearings were postponed, the lawyer said. Authorities said the incident took place during a hearing in a case of a gang suspected of killing more than a dozen motorists. In the dead of night, the gang members placed metal spikes on roads to burst the tyres of passing cars, then ruthlessly gunned down their drivers and disappeared.
Yesterday, President Trump insulted our nation and the thousands who are and want to honorably participate in military service by declaring that he will ban transgender Americans from serving in the military. During his confirmation hearing in January, Mattis indicated he didn't plan to reverse the changes in the USA military for gay and female service members.
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The 85-year-old could face up to six months in jail, but lawyers say it is unlikely that he will serve time behind bars. Arpaio is also known for establishing Tent City , an infamous outdoor jail where inmates wore pink underwear and shuffled around in chain gangs.
The toll was likely to rise as many among the injured remained in critical condition. Preliminary reports indicate at least 20 people have been killed and around 30 others have been wounded in the explosion. A suspected suicide bomber first blew himself up among worshipers, and later a second assailant inside the mosque started shooting at people indiscriminately, Ayub said.
Sheriff Underwood acknowledged in a Monday press conference that the story may "sound crazy" but that his prisoners were, in his words, "crazy like a fox". They'd been jailed on a wide range of charges: everything from breaking and entering to attempted murder. -Michael Adam McGuff, 30, of Jasper - in jail for third-degree escape and obstructing government operations.