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Senator Ifeanyi Okowa has strongly condemned recent attacks on the oil and gas facilities across the state and urged all residents of the state to cooperate with the security agencies in their bid to unmask criminal elements behind the heinous crime. He further charged community leaders and youth groups to resist any temptation to be drawn into these nefarious activities as this might jeopardize the on-going intervention of federal government, Ugwuanyi is “a gift to Enugu State”, Nigeria began when he became president.However, Minn. said the law doesn’t allow for excessive force Droher said she is collecting statements from dentists and physicians to proceed with further legal action to hopefully re-open the caseSmith’s injuries were reportedly severe "His teeth are sheared off and the two dentists that are going to be repairing his mouth said there’s no way just having your chin slammed to the ground would cause that It would have to be in excessive force" said Smith’s sister Casey Droher 26 of St PaulPolice interviews with several people involved including Smith’s friends indicate Smith was injured after Amedy released him from a chokehold and he fell on his face "No punches kicks or strikes of any kind were attempted" the report saidSmith’s sister said her brother a nursing student at NDSU has resumed online studies and is recovering in Fargo She said his jaw will be wired shut for another six to eight weeks before dentists and surgeons can repair the damageAccording to the prosecutor’s report at least six people were present during the struggle between Amedy and Smith including two of Amedy’s friends and two of Smith’s friends who were walking several hundred yards behind him Everyone involved but Amedy appeared to have been drinking the report saidAccording to Smith he was walking ahead of his friends when he saw a man he thought had beaten a woman friend "Although Smith did not know what the domestic assault suspect looked like he approached the males and confronted the one he thought was the suspect asking him why he beats up women" the report said he told a police officer Smith concluded they must have done it because "they got so sensitive when he called them out" the report saidSomeone then snuck up behind Smith and put him in a chokehold causing him to pass out Smith’s mother and sister argue his right to walk away was taken from him when he was grabbed from behindThe report said Smith’s blood-alcohol level at that time was 192 percent more than double the limit for drivingBoth of Smith’s friends said they could see Smith had gotten into an argument with a group of four to five men and that one of the men put Smith in a chokehold One friend said he told the man to let Smith go "The guy then threw Smith down and ran" the friend saidSmith’s other friend said if the man had just let Smith go he would’ve just fallen but it seemed like the man gave Smith added speed with his pushAmedy said Smith exchanged words with Amedy’s friend as they walked by Amedy tried to get between them but as Amedy’s friend tried to walk away Smith followed him causing Amedy to grab Smith"Because Smith was wiggling Amedy used force to contain Smith" the report said When Smith’s friend demanded he be let go "Amedy threw Smith down — motioning like a push with his chest because his arms were around Smith Smith fell face first"Brady the prosecutor concludes that a defense attorney would dismantle the case by pointing to discrepancies in Smith’s story — he initially said he was jumped by two men — and his and his friends’ intoxicationSmith’s mother and sister said Smith suffered a concussion from the altercation and he initially wasn’t remembering very muchThe inquiry resumed about a year ago Agents are now trying to determine if any donations made to the foundation were linked to official acts when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013 these people said The people did not identify what specific donations or interactions agents are scrutinizingWord of the Clinton investigation comes at a particularly fraught time for the Justice Department and FBI as it tries to navigate several polarizing issues including an ongoing special-counsel probe of President Donald Trump and his associates as well as demands from Republicans in Congress that Clinton be reinvestigated on a host of issues Among those issues is the foundation caseThe foundation inquiry is separate from the FBI’s high-profile investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state although Republicans have said that probe too needs to be reopened The email investigation focused on whether Clinton or her aides mishandled classified information by using the private server The FBI’s director at the time James Comey recommended in July 2016 the case be closed without charges and although work on it briefly resumed in October – soon before the presidential election – he ultimately did not change his mind and the Justice Department endorsed his recommendationJustice Department officials have said senior prosecutors also are reviewing investigative records on the Clinton email case to see if any of the concerns raised by Republican lawmakers merit appointment of a special counsel for further investigationOn Friday Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley R-Iowa asked the Justice Department to investigate whether a key figure in the special counsel probe a former British spy who authored a dossier of allegations may have lied to the FBIMembers of both parties have accused the FBI and the Justice Department of partisan bias in their probes of Clinton and Trump Trump has been particularly vocal – both on the campaign trail and as president – about wanting the Justice Department to investigate Hillary Clinton her allies and her family’s foundation It was not immediately clear that Trump’s rhetoric had any influence in spurring the FBI to resume its work nor could it be determined whether that work began before or after he took office However the probe’s very existence already has led to accusations from Democrats that the Republican administration is pursuing old dead cases to punish political enemies A continued probe of Clinton could be viewed particularly by Republicans as the department being evenhanded in its approach to political casesRon Hosko a former assistant FBI director said the bureau has been thrust into a "political minefield" with pundits criticizing its every move"This is where big boys earn their pay and this is where I think you put your nose to the grind stone" Hosko saidThe Justice Department declined to comment The Clinton Foundation inquiry was first reported by The HillIn a statement Clinton Foundation spokesman Craig Minassian said: "Time after time the Clinton Foundation has been subjected to politically motivated allegations and time after time these allegations have been proven false None of this has made us waver in our mission to help people The Clinton Foundation has demonstrably improved the lives of millions of people across America and around the world while earning top ratings from charity watchdog groups in the process There are real issues in our society needing attention that the Clinton Foundation works hard to solve every day So we’re going to stay focused on what really matters"The Clinton Foundation probe dates back to 2015 when FBI agents in Los Angeles New York Little Rock and Washington began looking at those who had made donations to the charity based largely on news accounts according to people familiar with the matterBut in 2016 Justice Department prosecutors rejected a request from FBI agents to expand and intensify their work They asked that the bureau not take any investigative steps that could become public out of worry that could affect the impending electionThe investigation resumed some time after the election with the FBI’s Little Rock office taking the lead said one person familiar with the matter Still there was some skepticism inside the Justice Department that it would ever produce charges"It was never a great case but it’s still being worked" one person familiar with the probe saidRepublicans in particular have long raised concerns about what they viewed as corruption and conflicts of interest at the Clinton Foundation in particular Hillary Clinton’s dealings with its donors while she was secretary of state GOP lawmakers had called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions in July and again in September to explore various Clinton Foundation dealings as well as other matters by appointing a special counsel to look into Clinton-related issues In November the Justice Department wrote that Sessions would direct senior prosecutors to look into the cases about which they raised concerns and hinted that some might already be under investigationAssistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd wrote at the time that part of what the department would do was assess whether "any matters currently under investigation require further resources" although he said his letter should not be construed as confirming or denying any probeBy that time according to the people familiar with the matter agents already were investigating the Clinton FoundationWord of the ongoing foundation probe came shortly after Rep Mark Meadows R-NC, 2018.000). “From 7th February, live on yesterdays Good Morning Britain.

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