Police in Portland, Oregon released audio recordings of a 2009 interview with masseuse Molly Hagerty, who claims former Vice-President Al Gore sexually assaulted her. Hagerty made went public in giving an interview to the National Enquirer. (July 1)
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Four of the eleven suspected Russian spy agents had their first bail hearing in New York today. One agent did not appear before the judge, arguably the most well known, the so called "femme fatale" of the group. Anna Chapman is being held in jail without bail, she is the only one that has not made an appearance in court so far.
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In response to the announcement by the White House that President Barack Obama will address the nation on the complex issue of immigration reform, pro immigration reform activists will hold a prayer service intended to help inspire and guide him on his tough task tomorrow. Also, Juan Jose Gutierrez weighs in on his opinions about the cultural center in Los Angeles called the Francisco Villa Center which provides after school programs for students who want to learn about revolutionary political figures.
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One of the alleged Russian spies, arrested in Cyprus, vanished yesterday after skipping a bail appointment. Meanwhile in New York, nine of the other suspects are to appear in a New York court to answer charges.