In it, authorities allege that Lauren Wright, on the day her husband disappeared, told a deputy she hadn't observed anything unusual that day but called back and recanted her statement. She told the deputy that Wright had "been acting very strange lately" and that she "suspected" he was "on something." The indictment included a series of text messages between Wright and Hadnot, which authorities said show Wright bought cocaine, methamphetamine and Xanax from Hadnot on the day he died and regularly before that.
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Law Enforcement Appreciated - News, Sports, Jobs - The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register
Miller joined FOPA about 20 years ago while an employee in the Ohio County Prosecutor's Office. Article Photos Photo by Joselyn King Police officers both retired and active and their supporters turn out for the annual law enforcement appreciation picnic Thursday night at Bethlehem Community Park. "We're here to support our police and show them how much we appreciate them," she said.
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Lawyer Who Led Challenge of Uganda?s Anti-Gay Law Speaks Out - TIME
Youre talking about the right to associate; the right to choose your partner; the right to love who you want to love. These are human rights. To call it LGBTI rights is misleading. Ive always been a human rights lawyer.
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