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Nine Members of Same Family Among 17 Killed in Missouri Duck Boat Accident


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What was supposed to be a fun family vacation for an Indianapolis-area family ended in tragedy when a duck boat capsized in Branson, Missouri and killed nine of the 11 members of the family who were on the boat. A total of 17 people, out of 29 passengers and two crew members, were killed, including nine members of the Coleman family. The only two members of the Coleman family who survived the accident were Tia Coleman and her 13-year-old nephew.

“I lost all of my children. I lost my husband. I lost my mother-in-law and my father-in-law. I lost my uncle. I lost my sister-in-law… she was my sister. And I lost my nephew,” said Tia Cooleman in an interview. “I’m okay, but this is really hard.”
Among the dead were three generations of the Coleman family, including 45-year-old Angela Coleman, 1-year-old Arya Coleman, 69-year-old Belinda Coleman, 76-year-old Ervin Coleman, 7-year-old Evan Coleman, 40-year-old Glenn Coleman, 70-year-old Horace Coleman, 2-year-old Maxwell Coleman, and 9-year-old Reece Coleman. 
The Coleman family likely would not have even been on that amphibious vesself if it wasn’t for a mix up with their tickets. And once they were on the boad, Tia Coleman told Fox affiliate WXIN that the captain told them they didn’t have to worry about life jackets. “My husband would want me to say this—he would want the world to know that on this boat we were on, the captain had told us ‘don’t worry about grabbing the life jackets—you won’t need them’ so nobody grabbed them as we listened to the captain as he told us to stay seated,” she said. “However in doing that, when it was time to grab them, it was too late and I believe that a lot of people could have been spared.”
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Among the dead were also a couple from Higginsville, Missouri, who were celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary and a grandmother from Illinois who had taken her granddaughter to Branson on a trip.
Tony Burkhart decided to ask for a refund for his ticket on the ill-fated duck boat due to the weather and he posted a video on Twitter showing how bad the weather conditions were at the time of the accident.
Another witness who was on a dinner cruise at the time posted video on Facebook showing the last moments of the duck boat as it was slowly being swallowed up by the choppy waters. “Oh my God, those poor people,” someone can be heard saying in the video. 
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Trump legal team waived attorney-client privilege on Cohen recording


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President Trump's legal team waived attorney-client privilege on the recording longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen made, a source with knowledge confirms to CBS News' Sara Cook. Cohen secretly recorded a conversation he had with Mr. Trump shortly before the 2016 presidential election in which they discussed a possible payment to Karen McDougal, a former Playboy model who alleges she had an affair with Mr. Trump in 2006. 


The recording was seized in the FBI raids on Cohen's home and office in April, as a part of the federal investigation into Cohen's business dealings 
The source with knowledge tells CBS News' Cook that the special master in Cohen's case, Barbara Jones, determined the tape fell under attorney-client privilege, but Mr. Trump waived that privilege. The source with knowledge also said Cohen's recording of the tape was not illegal, as New York is a one-party consent state for recordings. 

Mr. Trump complained on Twitter Saturday morning that an attorney recording a client's conversation is "inconceivable."
It is unclear why Mr. Trump's legal team would waive privilege, and the source with knowledge called doing so a "foolish strategy." 
"First, a lawyer taping a client is not illegal," said the source, adding that New York law only requires one party to consent for a recording. 
"Taping a conversation is the functional equivalent of retaining notes," the source added. "Second, the tape, as well as a lawyer's notes, are privileged and non-public. It is the client who owns the privilege and not the lawyer. In this specific instance, it was Trump who waived the privilege after Special Master Jones ruled the tape was privileged. Team Trump actually contacted the Judge and waived the privilege, thus, permitting Rudy (Giuliani) the ability to release his version of the tape's content. It is ironic that Trump would complain about a privileged tape that would not have been released and then chooses to make it public himself. Very foolish strategy by team Trump."
Mr. Trump, via a White House statement in February, denied having an affair with McDougal. 
The news of the recording comes at a time when Cohen has been under considerable pressure to cooperate with federal investigators in special counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian meddling and any ties to Trump associates. Last month, Mr. Trump said Cohen is no longer his attorney.
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LASPOTECH Guards Batter Woman Because Her Son Wears Earrings.

 
A mother, Mrs. Folake Sokoya, has narrated how security guards attached to the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), Ikorodu, attacked her, beating her black and blue.

Sokoya, who said that the incident occurred on July 11, explained that she was battered when she rushed to the school to find out why her son, Daniel, was being beaten by security guards.

She explained that trouble started for her after she asked the security men why Daniel was repeatedly slapped and beaten. She claimed that rather than respond, the security guards pounced on her with head butts and barrage of punches. The woman displayed her bruised body, face and injured leg.

Since the incident, Sokoya had been frequenting hospitals and spending money on lab tests, scans and x-rays.

Although Sokoya is demanding the arrest and prosecution of the guards who battered her and Daniel, she thanked her lucky stars that she was alive to tell the story of the encounter.

She said: “People working in the school and students told me that my son and I were lucky. They said that in April the guards shot and killed a student.”

Sokoya noted that the problem with the guards started after they sighted Daniel wearing earrings. She said they accused Daniel of being a cultist and even attempted to force him to write a statement claiming to be one.

Recounting the genesis of the incident, Sokoya, a journalist and media consultant, said: “I sent Daniel to take one of my adopted sons to LASPOTECH, to meet with the admission officer and find out how the boy could get admission into the school. Barely an hour after they left, my son called me that a security man had arrested and taken him to their office.”

She called Daniel friends; one of them told her that the boy was at the security unit and was being beaten.

Sokoya said: “The young lady said that I should hurry to the school; that a man was slapping Daniel and could blind him. I became frightened. I asked if she knew what my son had done, she promised to find out. But I was already on the school premises by then.”

When she reached the security post, she saw Daniel and her heart broke. The boy’s face was all swollen. She walked into the guards’ office, asking to speak with the CSO. She was told that the CSO was not around.

She recalled: “I stepped out with my son and the girl that assisted me in locating him. I called a friend, trying to get the CSO’s phone number. As I was speaking on the phone, one of the two guards approached me. Daniel said that he was the person that attacked and beat him up.

I asked why my son was beaten like a thief. Marks were on his face. I was shocked, when one of them, instead of responding to my question, pushed me, shouting that I should get out of his way. I fell backwards and hit my head on the floor. I stood up with the help of my boys.

I held the man that pushed me and I told him that the CSO must come to see how his men had manhandled me. That was how both men started beating me, giving me a series of blows. One of them gave me a head butt, knocking my glasses off my face. My glasses shattered.”

She was dragged into their office, where they allegedly continued to hit her. When Daniel noticed how badly his mother was being brutalised, he tried to help, but the men turned on him.

In the midst of the bedlam, a tall man walked into the office and ordered that Sokoya should be locked up. He also ordered that her pictures should be taken.
Sokoya stated: “After taking snapshots of me, he forced me into an adjacent office.

He then introduced himself as the CSO. It was then he asked me what happened. It was in that process he realised I was a mother. He told me that his men dealt with my son because he was wearing earrings.

He said that I must write a statement saying that I came to harass his men and tore their clothes because they seized my son’s earring.

He threatened to call the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in charge of Shagamu Road Police Division to arrest me if I refused to cooperate. He showed me pictures they took of me and said that he would tell the police that I was a cult member; that I would be locked up.”

Sokoya said that she was not inclined towards her son wearing earrings. She explained that Daniel briefly relocated to USA to live with his dad. But his dad asked him to return to Nigeria in order to sit his final exams. He would be going back in November.

When Daniel returned to Nigeria, Sokoya was shocked to sport the earrings. Furious, she called his dad, who told her that it was nothing. Incidentally, Daniel’s dad told Sokoya that the ear had just been pierced and that the earing could only be removed by Friday. But the LASPOTECH incident happened on Wednesday.

The institution’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), Mr. Kuye Olanrewaju, said that Sokoya narration of what transpired on the campus was a pack of lies.

He said that Daniel flouted the school dress code, which was that males shouldn’t wear earrings.

Olanrewaju alleged that when Daniel was instructed to remove the earing; he refused and instead dashed home to call his mother.

“He refused to remove it, and then we had to remove it. He went home to call his mother. The mother came and attacked our security men. We thought she was a mad woman. She tore the clothes of the security men. We have pictures.

With this action, she has landed the boy in trouble. The boy is a spoilt brat. The security men had to defend themselves. It’s not true that the security men tried to force the boy to write a statement that he was a cultist. He was asked to remove the earrings and then placed on surveillance,” the PRO said.

One of the security men, Mr. Hitler Moses, said: “I was heading to the office, when she just grabbed me and started slapping me. I ran and she chased after me. She simply went wild. Everything she said was a lie.”

Daniel, 20, 200Level, studying Hospitality Management, said that he was not aware of such rules and regulation. He explained that before he went to the campus that day, he was checked, along with his identity card. He would later walk a friend out of the gate. It was when he was returning to campus that the drama started.

He said: “One of the security guards approached me and said that I should follow him to the security unit. The only thing I asked was that he should show his identification, which he did and I followed him. When we got to their post, he said I was rude and was wearing earrings. He was still asking me questions when one the guards came from my back and started beating me.

“I had already sent a text message to my mother while I was heading to their post. When my mother came, she asked for the CSO, but they lied that he was not around.

One of them pushed my mum; she fell down and we assisted her up. The security men started beating my mum and I. Before my mum came, I had written a statement, stating how I was beaten. They tore it and said that I should write another one.

They said that I should write that I was a cultist and that I called other people to call to the post to attack them because I was asked to remove my earrings. There was never any time I left the school to go home to call my mother. Whoever said that was lying.”
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16-YEAR-OLD UNILAG FEMALE STUDENT DECLARED MISSING .

 
A 16 year old UNILAG Student identified as Boluwatife Alexine Olorunsola has been declared missing.

According to reports, Alexine has been missing since last week Friday after going out with a friend.

Report to the Unilag appropriate authorities or the nearest police station if seen.




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Man allegedly commits suicide by drinking herbicide in Cross River.

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A 30-year-old man has committed suicide by drinking dangerous chemical suspected to be herbicide.

The incident occurred at Nkanyia village in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State.

An eyewitness who gave his name as Odu Bisong said that the victim, Bob Ebu, a native of Nkanyia village in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State was found dead after he allegedly committed suicide by drinking herbicide.

He could not ascertain the reason behind the act but attributed it to depression and frustration.

Bisong said it was a sad incident which is a taboo in the land of Boki.

According to Bisong, “The tradition of Iruan in Boki forbids suicide. If you commit suicide in the bush, you will be buried in the bush and that place will be marked ‘evil and must be avoided,” he stated.

“If it were in the house, your family will be forced to vacate the premises and be made to undergo some traditional cleansing with apologies to the gods and the community.”

When DAILY POST contacted the Police Public Relations Officer, Ms Irene Ugbo, she denied knowledge of the incident.

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Candle light burns baby to death in Onitsha.

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A 4-month old baby, Chimmuanya Chukwu was on Saturday, burnt to death following a candle fire that gutted a room apartment at Okija Street, Awada in Onitsha, Anambra State.

The Nation gathered that the mother of the baby had left the baby at home around 7pm to recharge her torch in the neighborhood when the incident happened.

Narrating her ordeal, the mother of the baby, Mrs Oluchi Chukwu said her baby was fast asleep when the wax of the candle light she litted got exhausted and spread into the inflammable material she laid on.

“I went out to charge my rechargeable torch because there was no electricity within my vicinity when the candle exhausted its wax and melted on an inflammable material leading to the fire which engulfed their room,” she said.

The visibly devastated woman explained that those who assisted in putting out the fire could not rescue the baby as they were ignorant of her presence in the room.

“My baby couldn’t have died if those who came to our rescue were aware that she was inside. It was unfortunate that I lost my baby in such a manner,” she lamented.

Chukwu said she took the baby to a private hospital where she was confirmed dead, adding that she had been buried.

The caretaker of the building, who witnessed the incident, regretted that the baby had died before the inferno was brought under control by neighbors.

A tenant, Innocent Chukwu said the fire could have escalated but for the quick intervention of neighbours.
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Ethiopian 'prophet' arrested after trying to resurrect corpse.

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An aspiring prophet has been arrested in Ethiopia after he failed to bring a dead man back to life.

Getayawkal Ayele had tried to revive the corpse of Belay Biftu by lying on top of him and repeatedly yelling "Belay, wake up".

It was not successful, and his failure enraged family members who began attacking Mr Getayawkal.

He was saved when police arrived shortly afterwards - although it did not mean he was out of trouble.

Abusing dead bodies is a crime under Ethiopian law and a local police commander has told the BBC that the man, whose real job is as a health worker, is now in custody.

The incident was filmed and has since gone viral on social media.

Residents in the small western town of Galilee, in the Oromia region, said Mr Getayawkal first went to the bereaved family and told them the story of Lazarus - who according to the New Testament was brought back to life by Jesus.

They then appear to have agreed to dig up Mr Belay.

After the failed resurrection, several members of the family fainted on the spot while others became angry and started beating Mr Getayawkal - at which point police arrived and arrested him.
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CHILDREN ABANDON THEIR MOTHER AFTER A PASTOR LABELED HER A WITCH IN DELTA STATE.


An instagram user has shared touching videos/photos of an old woman who was abandoned by her children after a pastor allegedly told them their Mother was a witch.

The old woman is currently nursing a wound in her leg and because she wasn’t responding to treatment, it was attributed to her being a witch.

Van_dral wrote ;

The old woman in this video claimed to have been abandoned by her children who she also claimed to have been living with in the neighbouring community just because she has a leg wound and a pastor told them that she is a witch that is why the wound in her leg is not responding to treatment and that the solution is to send her away before she commits more havoc…now according to her she has 3kids and they are alive, she didn’t kill anyone nor has any diabolical power…it rains on her daily as the roof of the hut she resides is leaking,her leg wound has worsened and she can hardly feed now she is calling on well meaning people over the world to assist her with anything to sustain her life..All i saw in the hut was a small fireplace to generate heat as the downpour gets heavier and a few empty pots😪😪😪 Witch or no witch she deserves to live.

The incident is happening in Owehlogbo,Isoko north local government of Delta state..
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2 Killed, Others Injured As Armed Attackers Storm Market.

     
Armed bandits have reportedly struck again in Zamfara state, leaving at least two villagers dead and injured. Two attack was carried out by unknown gunmen in Bungudu local government area of the state. Three other persons were injured in the deadly attack

The Zamfara state police Command’s spokesman, Muhammad Shehu, said the incident occurred on Thursday evening at Karakai market.

He said: “There were sporadic gun shots by unknown gunmen at the market. We recorded the death of two persons while three others were injured.“During the attack, the police team at the market could not exchange fire with the attackers to avoid further loss of lives and property.
        
“However, the attackers used the crowd as human shield to escape from the scene. “Normalcy has been restored with patrol teams keeping vigilance in the affected environs. “Investigation has commenced with a view to fishing out and arresting the perpetrators of the attack.”

This comes days after bandits stormed the villages on motorbikes, shooting sporadically at residents and carting away their livestock.
         
One of the villagers said 30 people were killed across the villages during the attacks, although the police authorities insisted that only three people died.

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