An American girl shoots her daughter who came to pay him a surprise visit

WASHINGTON – An American woman opened fire on her daughter, an 18-year-old student who came to pay her a surprise visit, calling her a burglar, local media reported on Wednesday.
Theyoung woman was injured in the arm Friday night in Girard, Ohio, but her days are not in danger. The mother with a firearms license was alone at home when she heard “noises about her kitchen or entry,” local police chief John Norman told the chain.

“Since she had a weapon nearby, she opened fire on the person who was walking through her door,” he added, adding that she was shocked when she realized the identity of her victim. The officer plans to send a report to the local prosecutor, who will decide if there is any grounds for prosecution.

WASHINGTON – A hundred Jewish lawyers and American Jewish associations on Thursday brought their support to a death row inmate seeking retrial, accusing the judge who led his trial of anti-Semitism. Texas is scheduled to execute on October 10, one of the last members of the “Texas Seven” gang, a group of fugitives who killed a police officer during a high-profile raid in 2000. Randy Halprin, a Jew, asked justice to postpone his execution to give himself time to consider new evidence that could invalidate his conviction. According to these new elements, Judge Vickers Cunningham, who presided over the trial of part of the gang in 2003, uttered anti-Semitic and racist swear words against the accused. The magistrate denied being racist but admitted to having set aside a nest egg that will be returned to his children only if they marry a white person of the same religion and the opposite sex. On March 28, the Supreme Court granted respite at the last minute to the other surviving gang member, Patrick Murphy, in the name of equality between religions. Converted to Buddhism, he asked to be accompanied by his spiritual advisor, which the Texan authorities had refused. The High Court had ruled this decision discriminatory since Texas allowed the presence of Christian chaplains in the chamber of death. AFP Patrick Murphy, in the name of equality between religions. Converted to Buddhism, he asked to be accompanied by his spiritual advisor, which the Texan authorities had refused. The High Court had ruled this decision discriminatory since Texas allowed the presence of Christian chaplains in the chamber of death. AFP Patrick Murphy, in the name of equality between religions. Converted to Buddhism, he asked to be accompanied by his spiritual advisor, which the Texan authorities had refused. The High Court had ruled this decision discriminatory since Texas allowed the presence of Christian chaplains in the chamber of death.

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