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Chad jails more than 400 rebels for life after death of former ruler ☞ France 24

“On April 20, the army announced that Marshal Deby, Chad’s iron-fisted ruler for the previous three decades, had died from wounds sustained in the fighting. His death was announced just a day after he had been declared victor of a presidential election that gave him a sixth term in office. He was immediately succeeded by one of his sons, General Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, who took the helm at the head of a 15-member military junta.”

Georgia prosecutors considering racketeering and conspiracy charges in probe of effort to overturn Trump’s 2020 loss, source says ☞ CNN 

“Racketeering charges, sometimes used in gang-related activity, allow prosecutors to bring charges against multiple defendants. Willis could use the law to try to make the case that Trump and his allies were part of a criminal enterprise in their various efforts to pressure state officials, put forth fake electors and otherwise try to influence the election.”

Shane Smith made more than $100 million from Vice ☞ Semafor

“The Vice co-founder predicted that the company would be worth $50 billion sometime in this decade, and acted accordingly, turning down the opportunity in 2015 to sell it for $3 billion to Disney…”
“Vice’s years-long struggle to find a buyer have pushed a company that once valued itself at nearly $6 billion to the edge of potential bankruptcy.”

North Korea fires missile into sea amid US-South Korea drills ☞ France 24

“The latest launch comes a day after North Korean state media reported that more than 800,000 young North Koreans had volunteered to join the army to fight ‘US imperialists”. The young volunteers were determined to ‘mercilessly wipe out the war maniacs’ and joined the army to ‘defend the country’, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.”

CNN’s Erin Burnett: Chinese money to Bidens ‘doesn’t look good’ ☞ New York Post

“There’s a guy whose name is John Robinson Walker. He gets three million dollars from a Chinese space company and proceeds to wire it out to a bunch of people named Biden, one of whom is Hunter Biden, another one is a company that belongs to the president’s brother James Biden, and another amount of money to Beau Biden’s widow, Hallie.”

How Should a Bureaucrat Proceed if He Doubts a Contractor’s Self-Declared Race? ☞ Reason

“What’s left uncertain, meanwhile, is whether (a) the decisionmaker must also consult the official federal definition of the group, under Statistical Directive No. 15, which is discussed in detail in this article and in my book Classified; and (b) what happens if the individual meets the federal definition but does not generally hold himself out to be a member of the group (but will acknowledge his minority ancestry if asked) and/or is not regarded by others to be a member.”

Trump claims that he will be arrested next week ☞ NPR

“Since this is a political prosecution, the District Attorney’s office has engaged in a practice of leaking everything to the press, rather than communicating with President Trump’s attorneys as would be done in a normal case.”

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