caption Jeffrey Epstein’s private Caribbean island features a mysterious building that resembles a temple source Axiom Images The new charges against Jeffrey Epstein have renewed questions about his private Caribbean island, which features a building that resembles a religious temple. The structure was built sometime between 2009 and 2013, but it’s unclear what it’s used for. The building’s strange appearance has piqued the interest of online conspiracy theorists. A contractor and engineer who spoke with INSIDER highlighted an odd architectural detail: The medieval-era lock on the front door appears designed to keep people inside. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. The federal charges against Jeffrey Epstein, unsealed on Monday morning in New York City, open the latest chapter in the very public campaign to bring the financier to justice. They also underscore how little is known about his life, including the … [Read more...] about Why did Jeffrey Epstein build a temple on his private island?
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Jeffrey Collins, Associated Press Updated 1:12 pm CDT, Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Mom of slain children asks for mercy on ex-husband The mother of five children who were killed by their father stunned a South Carolina courtroom Tuesday by asking the jury to spare her ex-husband's life. (June 12) Now Playing: Mom of slain children asks for mercy on ex-husbandAD: The mother of five children who were killed by their father stunned a South Carolina courtroom Tuesday by asking the jury to spare her ex-husband's life. (June 12) Media: Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — One more group of family members asked a jury Wednesday to spare the life of a South Carolina father convicted of murdering his five children, saying they have been through enough pain already. The same jury that convicted Timothy Jones Jr. of killing his five children in their Lexington home in August 2014 is set to begin deliberating his fate Thursday morning. If they don't unanimously … [Read more...] about Relatives ask jury to spare life of father who killed 5 kids
Jeffrey Collins and Christina L. Myers, Associated Press Updated 6:09 am PDT, Sunday, March 17, 2019 In this Wednesday, March 13, 2019 photo, Republican State Sen. Richard Cash of Powdersville holds up information about a bill he filed that would put more restrictions on abortion while other lawmakers who oppose abortions stand behind him at the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia, S.C. South Carolina lawmakers have had little discussion about abortion in 2019 even as bans in other states move forward through their legislatures. less In this Wednesday, March 13, 2019 photo, Republican State Sen. Richard Cash of Powdersville holds up information about a bill he filed that would put more restrictions on abortion while other lawmakers who ... more Photo: Jeffrey Collins, AP Photo: Jeffrey Collins, … [Read more...] about While other states debate abortion bans, S Carolina sits out
“Perhaps an impolite question,” I asked Roger Stone in a text message last month, “but what if something you envisioned well before almost anybody else and worked toward for more than a generation”—a Donald Trump presidency—”is also in the end the source of your legal demise?” “That isn’t going to happen,” he responded, punctuating his missive with a yellow, laughing, smiley-face emoji.Story Continued Below Friday morning, it happened. Special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of Stone, charging him with false statements, witness tampering and obstruction of proceeding, indeed landed with a strangely poetic, practically Shakespearean boom, marking a karmic kind of culmination of one of Trump’s longest and most important relationships—an ignominious end, maybe, the result of an idea that was first and foremost his, starting nearly 40 years back. “I think,” Trump biographer Michael … [Read more...] about Roger Stone’s Last Dirty Trick
Meagan Flynn, The Washington Post Published 6:34 am CST, Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Frances Irene Finley Williams felt the same way about dress codes at funerals as she felt about politics: strongly. So when she died just before Thanksgiving at the age of 87, her family thought they would make politics a part of her obituary too. It was only natural, said her daughter, Cathy Duff. Williams and her 92-year-old husband, Bruce, were the kind of couple who woke up with the Louisville Courier-Journal and USA Today and went to bed switching channels between CNN and the local news. She was a bridge-playing, churchgoing, Elvis Presley- and Willie Nelson-loving political junkie who "did not take gladly to fools," a "very, very spirited woman" who sometimes said that her frustration about President Donald Trump was killing her - "contributing to her decline," as Duff put it. She didn't seem to be joking, Duff said in an interview with The Washington Post. So at the end of her … [Read more...] about An 87-year-old’s obituary said Trump ‘hastened’ her death. A local paper wouldn’t run it.