Reality Pornography – Korsan Izle http://korsanizle.com/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 05:36:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://korsanizle.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Reality Pornography – Korsan Izle http://korsanizle.com/ 32 32 Former reality TV star Josh Duggar moved to federal custody https://korsanizle.com/former-reality-tv-star-josh-duggar-moved-to-federal-custody/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 01:29:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/former-reality-tv-star-josh-duggar-moved-to-federal-custody/ FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KAIT) – A former reality TV star convicted of two child pornography charges has been moved out of Washington County Detention Center to begin the process of serving his federal prison sentence. Josh Duggar was convicted of the charges in December and was sentenced to 151 months in federal prison on May 25. […]]]>

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KAIT) – A former reality TV star convicted of two child pornography charges has been moved out of Washington County Detention Center to begin the process of serving his federal prison sentence.

Josh Duggar was convicted of the charges in December and was sentenced to 151 months in federal prison on May 25.

According to content partner KNWA, the destination of the transfer has not been announced, but Duggar was removed from the county’s inmate list early Friday, June 24.

During his sentencing, Duggar’s defense team requested that he be sent to the Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana or Seagoville, as one or the other is closer to his family.

Judge Timothy L. Brooks noted that he would recommend Seagoville if they had space available because of their “high-end treatment program” for sex offenders, KNWA reported.

On Thursday, June 23, Duggar’s wife, Anna Duggar, said she was “road trip to visit my best friend” in a social media post.

She also noted that it was the 14th anniversary of her accepting his marriage proposal.

It was Anna’s first post since February 2022, when she said, “There is more to the story.”

Duggar’s federal prison sentence will be followed by a 20-year supervised release, with several special conditions.

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Feds want 15 years for former Netflix ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris in child pornography case – NBC Chicago https://korsanizle.com/feds-want-15-years-for-former-netflix-cheer-star-jerry-harris-in-child-pornography-case-nbc-chicago/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 21:21:32 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/feds-want-15-years-for-former-netflix-cheer-star-jerry-harris-in-child-pornography-case-nbc-chicago/ Federal prosecutors in Chicago have sought a 15-year prison sentence for Jerry Harris, the former star of the Netflix docuseries ‘Cheer’ who pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges of child pornography and sex crimes involving multiple victims . Assistant U.S. Attorney Kelly Guzman wrote in a sentencing memo Wednesday night that Harris “used what […]]]>

Federal prosecutors in Chicago have sought a 15-year prison sentence for Jerry Harris, the former star of the Netflix docuseries ‘Cheer’ who pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges of child pornography and sex crimes involving multiple victims .

Assistant U.S. Attorney Kelly Guzman wrote in a sentencing memo Wednesday night that Harris “used what he had at his disposal” to commit his crimes: “her status as a competitive cheerleader, her social media persona , and possibly his fame and money, to persuade and induce his young victims to engage in sexually explicit behavior for or with him.

As a result, one victim became anxious, unable to sleep, suffered panic attacks and developed a fear of public restrooms, Guzman wrote.

But Harris’ attorneys in their memorandum called for a lighter six-year prison sentence, writing that “the reality is that [Harris] is both aggressor and victim”, having also been sexually abused during his childhood.

In their memo, defense attorneys also quoted Harris as saying, “I had to face what I did. I was an adult and took advantage of these teenagers. I was wrong. I have done harm. I was selfish and exploited their weakness. It was all me. I realized that what I had done was wrong, that it was wrong and that I’m really sorry about it. And I’m ashamed of myself.

Harris attorneys Todd Pugh and Joshua Herman wrote that Harris had been “the target of inmate exploitation” in prison, in part because of his public profile.

Harris pleaded guilty in February and is expected to be sentenced on July 6 by U.S. District Judge Manish Shah. Harris admitted he offered $2,000 in payments for sexually explicit images of an underage victim, persuaded one second to send her similar images, and obtained masturbation videos from a third. He also admitted to sexually assaulting a fourth underage victim in a public restroom.

Guzman wrote that Harris raped the 15-year-old when Harris was 19 — and she said it happened at a cheerleading competition in Orlando “with thousands in attendance.”

The prosecutor also wrote that Harris destroyed his phone when he learned he was under investigation in May 2020. But then, she said, he bought a new phone and contacted another miner looking for explicit photos and videos.

The original criminal complaint filed against Harris traced the case against him back to a mother’s discovery in February 2020 of a message from Harris on a phone belonging to one of her twin boys, who were competitive cheerleaders.

Pugh and Herman dismissed in their memo the idea that Harris was using his “Cheer” star status to prey on minors, writing that “nothing could be further from the truth” and that “most offenses took place long before ‘Cheer’ aired in January 2020.”

But Guzman argued that “although the Netflix series brought him greater fame, Harris had become a respected and influential figure in his sport long before that TV show aired. Harris was an older, more experienced athlete on illustrious elite competitive teams, following social media and coaching younger, less experienced athletes.

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Bay Area Reporter :: Summer Books Roundup III https://korsanizle.com/bay-area-reporter-summer-books-roundup-iii/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 13:32:45 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/bay-area-reporter-summer-books-roundup-iii/ In our third and final installment in the Bay Area Reporter’s summer book series, we spotlight stunning fiction, a new book about a young trans boy’s journey through elementary school, and a sartorial exploration of the concept of “papa,” from “lumbersexual,” and “spornosexual.” Have a safe and wonderful pride and keep reading! FICTIONVirgil Kills by […]]]>

In our third and final installment in the Bay Area Reporter’s summer book series, we spotlight stunning fiction, a new book about a young trans boy’s journey through elementary school, and a sartorial exploration of the concept of “papa,” from “lumbersexual,” and “spornosexual.” Have a safe and wonderful pride and keep reading!

FICTION
Virgil Kills by Ronaldo V. Wilson, $17.95 (night boat)

The “murder” that happens in the stories of Wilson, an award-winning author, multimedia artist, and professor of literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz, is primarily about the literary forms he dissects. Wilson’s inspiration manifests in a range of themes and treatments based on the travels and ruminations of Virgil, a queer black Filipino who explores and reconnects with lovers on the East and West Coasts, Germany, West from Massachusetts, Tennessee and Guam. As the stories progress, readers get an intimate look into Virgil’s life and his impressions of sexual and government policy, race, identity, and how reality is viewed through the prism constructions and expectations of society. Virgil’s episodic adventures flow with uninhibited prose and a strong sense of self.

Chef’s Kiss by TJ Alexander, $17 (Atria/Bestler)
This deliciously delicious romantic comedy from first author Alexander is a perfect read for the beach. The light-hearted story follows bisexual twentysomething Simone Larkspur, a stiff and stuffy Cordon Bleu educated chef with a valuable job as a recipe developer at a money-losing West Village magazine. The company hires “Ray”, a high-spirited non-binary kitchen manager who catches Simone’s eye and, as expected, the rainbow-colored sparks fly. Though issues of transphobia, gender contempt, and discrimination surface, love triumphs over all in this impeccably written tale that will stand out for readers of queer novels.

Other Terrors: An Inclusive Anthology; Edited by Vince Liaguno and Rena Mason, $16.99 (Tomorrow)
The word “inclusive” means everything in this unique collection of horror shorts featuring a color wheel of LGBTQ+ characters with different genders, sexual orientations, and cultures. Sometimes the victim, other times the haunting, these characters are randomly sliced ​​and diced in horror tales that range from gory to psychologically terrorizing. Whether it’s teenage lesbian lovers on the run from a serial killer, or a Muslim trans woman with a heart of gold protected by local vampires, or a black history teacher with superpowers, there’s something for every horror fan here – with a relevant eye focused on human diversity.


Patricia wants to be cuddled by Samantha Allen, $27 (Zando)
Following the success of author Allen’s queer travelogue of America’s red states, “Real Queer America” ​​comes this debut novel chronicling the zany exploits of four reality show contestants on “The Catch who are vying for a coveted spot in the show’s grand finale.

Hoping to catch the eye of ultimate tech company founder Jeremy Blackstone, they all end up on the sketchy and spooky island of Otters in the Pacific Northwest and include a Christian influencer, a model , a vlogger and a black bisexual woman who wonders why she even appeared on the show other than to be the “token” minority. Keeping a furry eye on all their antics is a monster lurking in the trees just waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

The balance between small melodrama based on “Housewives”, gore and identity struggles is wonderfully achieved despite the novel’s brevity. Silly fun for the whole family as King Kong meets “The Bachelor in Paradise” and “Naked and Afraid.”

Nobody gave a damn what happened to Carlotta by James Hannaham, $28 (Little, Brown)
Hannaham’s latest chart-topper, black author and PEN/Faulkner Prize winner, describes the release of trans woman Carlotta Mercedes from a prison term in a men’s penitentiary for her involvement in a botched robbery. After transitioning while incarcerated and now on parole, she must now navigate life on the outside as a woman unfamiliar with the now-gentrified Brooklyn of her younger years.

Chronicling a 4th of July weekend, the fireworks begin once she attempts to reunite with her family, including her estranged son, who finds his transition less than savory. Tiptoeing around any issue that might violate her parole, Carlotta is a sight to behold as she attempts to reenter a now unknown world. In Hannaham’s hands, this theme shimmers with humor, pathos, and that kind of queer energy that readers love.


CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOK/YA
If You’re a Kid Like Gavin: The True Story of a Young Trans Activist by Gavin Grimm and Kyle Lukoff, $18.99 (HarperCollins/Tegen)

Prolific, award-winning YA author Lukoff teams up with activist Grimm in this moving portrait of Grimm’s childhood and the hard choices he had to make to finally feel (and have the right to feel) whole and complete. as a transgender person. J. Yang’s digital illustrations are deep and darkly colored while giving the story a magical and timely quality about a pressing issue that the authors express in a warm and infinitely relatable way.

As Grimm’s childhood unfolds, encompassing all the struggles of the schoolyard, the puzzles of the bathroom, the private terror and embarrassment a trans child might feel, there is also strength in Grimm’s fight to belong and the right “to be honest about who you are”. Creatively designed and extremely powerful, it’s a must-read for any age group.

GRAPHIC NOVEL
Our Colors of Gengoroh Tagame, trans. From Japanese by Anne Ishii, $32.50 (Pantheon)

The award-winning author of “My Brother’s Husband” series about a young girl and her single Japanese father has produced an episodic story of coming out full of color and self-acceptance. Sora Itoda, 16, a suburban high school student, keeps his feelings for a male classmate locked up until he befriends an older local store owner who is openly gay and eager to share his experiences. and showing Sora the wonders of identity and how going out can be a transcendent experience. Trouble brews and roadblocks appear, but with the help of good friends new and old, Sora emerges whole and happy. Beautiful artwork and plenty of drama combine to make this an effective, gripping, and entertaining story of love, pain, and the catharsis of self-love.

NON FICTION
Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington by James Kerchick, $29.99 (Henry Holt)

Kerchick offers this comprehensive history of gay movements and key figures who have faded into obscurity thanks to political leaders spearheading anti-LGBTQ agendas. Beginning with Franklin Roosevelt, it traces presidential administrations throughout history that have been dogged by sex scandals or stretched by pandemics like AIDS or controversial policies like “Don’t-Ask Don’t-Tell.” History buffs will devour this American political excavation told through the leaders, organizers, critics, and revolutionaries who countered and defended the queer civil rights movement.

Fashionable Masculinities: Queers, Pimp Daddies and Lumbersexuals by Vicki Karaminas, $49.95 (Rutgers University Press)
New Zealand fashion historian and authority Karaminas presents this vivid exploration of constructions of masculinity expressed through a sartorial tour of manhood, identity and sensational style. This illustrated commentary will delight queer fashionistas and anyone who wants an update on how appearance figures into postmillennial visions of gender, queer boundaries, and the destruction of normative dress codes.

Included is an original essay on Harry Styles, producer and rapper Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, and the concept of “Dad” in terms of race, age, and attitude. Scholarly and educational, this thought-provoking intellectual exploration of concepts such as “lumbersexual” and “spornosexual” (the combination of sport and pornography) will turn heads.

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Amy Duggar reveals she moved away from ANOTHER family member after slamming her ‘evil’ cousin Josh https://korsanizle.com/amy-duggar-reveals-she-moved-away-from-another-family-member-after-slamming-her-evil-cousin-josh/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 12:21:52 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/amy-duggar-reveals-she-moved-away-from-another-family-member-after-slamming-her-evil-cousin-josh/ AMY Duggar has revealed she’s been separated from another family member. She called her cousin Josh Duggar “evil” after he was convicted of child pornography. 5 Amy Duggar has been estranged from her family for yearsCredit: Toby Canham 5 Amy Duggar poses with her famous cousins ​​after moving awayCredit: Instagram Amy posted a Tweeter on […]]]>

AMY Duggar has revealed she’s been separated from another family member.

She called her cousin Josh Duggar “evil” after he was convicted of child pornography.

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Amy Duggar has been estranged from her family for yearsCredit: Toby Canham
Amy Duggar poses with her famous cousins ​​after moving away

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Amy Duggar poses with her famous cousins ​​after moving awayCredit: Instagram

Amy posted a Tweeter on June 20 about how his relationship with his father is strained.

“My relationship with my dad is non-existent,” she tweeted.

“I had to put boundaries in place to protect myself. If your day has been tough, you’re not alone and I see you.”

She concluded the personal message: “I’m sorry your dad didn’t come forward and was not the loving dad you deserve in your life.

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Amy Duggar asks her cousin Josh to be sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes

The tweet came a day after Father’s Day and told others “it’s okay” if their day was tough.

Her father is the second person in her family that she has rejected.

She called her cousin Josh ‘evil’ as he was sentenced to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of child pornography charges.

FULL SENTENCE

Amy demanded that Josh receive the full prison sentence for his “sick” crimes after his wife, Anna, pleaded for a lenient sentence.

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In May, the Counting On alum wrote on her Instagram Story, “Thank you to everyone who reached out to me. Please don’t send me the graphic/unhealthy details of Josh Duggar’s case.”

Rebellious cousin Duggar added: “Honestly, I have to protect my mind and heart from hearing/reading such disgusting material.

“Please let me remind you to be careful if you want to know the graphic details to protect your mind and heart as well. You will never be the same again.”

She ended the post with, “I will continue to shed light on the darkest areas. Just pray that Josh Duggar receives the ultimate sentence. 20+ years.”

DIVIDED DUGGARS

Her father is not the first person in her family from whom Amy has been separated.

She shared in July 2020 that she was “happy” and “moving on” after being separated from her uncle Jim Bob Duggar and aunt Michelle.

The 35-year-old, who is considered the ‘rebel’ of the family for her outspoken thoughts, wearing shorts and showing off her arms in tank tops, told Entertainment Tonight that while ‘things are definitely different’, she is happy”. for everyone in the famous family.

“I think we’re all trying to find our way, and we’re all doing things differently,” said Amy, whose mother Deanna is Jim Bob Duggar’s older sister.

“I do things differently and I’m happy where I am. I’m happy for them,” she told them. “Things are definitely different, but I’m happy for everyone.”

However, Amy revealed that she still talks to her cousin, Jill.

“Jill and I text, not every day, but we text quite often,” Amy told the outlet. “And we discuss things.”

NEW SHOW?

Although Amy was estranged from the family for a long time and therefore didn’t have a role in Counting On, she revealed to The Sun that she would love her own reality show.

“I would make sure it was real. There are no skeletons in these closets. I would do like the Kardashians. Not every day is rosy and beautiful. There are days when I can’t stand my husband. It’s normal. And then there are days when I can’t live without him. It’s a normal marriage.

“People respect and love authenticity. You have to be transparent with people. That’s why I would sign up. Transparency.”

She was asked if she would team up with her cousin Jill for the show and enthusiastically replied, “Heck yeah!”

Of her aunt and uncle, Amy said: “It’s not about disrespecting them. It’s more like, ‘Please open your eyes.’ I want to get their attention. I can’t stay silent. I really can’t stay quiet on this matter. It’s too serious.

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Amy is married to Dillon King, who she married in 2015.

They share a son together – Daxton, born in 2019.

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Amy Duggar revealed that she was estranged from her fatherCredit: Twitter/@amyduggar
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#ChurchToo revelations multiply, years after the start of the movement | Z-non-digital https://korsanizle.com/churchtoo-revelations-multiply-years-after-the-start-of-the-movement-z-non-digital/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/churchtoo-revelations-multiply-years-after-the-start-of-the-movement-z-non-digital/ A scathing report on sexual abuse and cover-up within the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the United States A viral video in which a woman confronts her pastor at an independent Christian church for sexually attacking her when she was a teenager. A television documentary exposing child sexual abuse in the Amish […]]]>

A scathing report on sexual abuse and cover-up within the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the United States

A viral video in which a woman confronts her pastor at an independent Christian church for sexually attacking her when she was a teenager.

A television documentary exposing child sexual abuse in the Amish and Mennonite communities.

You could call it #ChurchToo 2.0.

Survivors of church sex abuse and their advocates have for years been calling on churches to admit the extent of abuse within them and to implement reform. In 2017, this movement acquired the hashtag #ChurchToo, derived from the broader #MeToo movement, which denounced sexual predators in many sectors of society.

In recent weeks, #ChurchToo has seen a particularly intense series of revelations across denominations and ministries, reaching vast audiences in headlines and on screen with a message that activists have long struggled to get across.

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“To us, this is just a confirmation of what we’ve been saying all these years,” said Jimmy Hinton, an advocate for abuse survivors and a minister at the Church of Christ in Somerset, Pennsylvania. “There is an absolute epidemic of abuse in the church, in religious spaces.”

The issue was front and center last week in Anaheim, California, when the Southern Baptist Convention held its annual meeting following an outside report concluding that its leaders had mishandled abuse cases and suffocated the victims.

The May 22 report came out the same day an Indiana independent church was facing its own judgment.

Moments after her pastor, John B. Lowe II, confessed to years of ‘adultery,’ longtime member Bobi Gephart took the microphone to tell the rest of the story: She was just 16 years old when it all started, she said.

The video of the confrontation drew nearly a million views on Facebook. Lowe then resigned from New Life Christian Church & World Outreach in Warsaw.

In an interview, Gephart said she was not surprised that so many cases are coming out now. She received words of encouragement from around the world, with people sharing their own “heartbreaking” stories of abuse.

“Things are moving,” Gephart said. “I really feel like God is trying to work things out.”

Hinton – who has denounced his own father, a former cabinet minister now jailed for aggravated indecent assault – said the viral video demonstrates the power of survivors telling their own stories.

#ChurchToo revelations have emerged across all kinds of religious groups, including liberal denominations that preach gender equality and portray clergy sexual misconduct as an abuse of power. The Episcopal Church aired survivor stories at its 2018 General Convention, and an Anglican Church of Canada archbishop resigned in April amid allegations of sexual misconduct.

But many recent reckonings are happening in conservative Protestant contexts where a “culture of purity” has dominated in recent decades – emphasizing male authority and female modesty and discouraging dating in favor of traditional dating. leading to marriage.

On May 25, reality TV personality Josh Duggar was sentenced in Arkansas to more than 12 years in prison for receiving child pornography. Duggar was a former lobbyist for a conservative Christian organization and appeared on the since-cancelled TLC show ’19 Kids and Counting,’ featuring a homeschooled family that emphasized chastity and parade. traditional wedding.

On May 26, the Springfield, Missouri News-Leader reported on a series of sexual abuse cases involving workers at Kanakuk Kamps, a major evangelical camp ministry.

Emily Joy Allison, whose story of abuse launched the #ChurchToo movement, said the sexual ethics preached in many conservative churches – and the shame and silence it engenders – are part of the problem. She argues that in her book, “#ChurchToo: How Purity Culture Upholds Abuse and How to Find Healing.”

Allison said tackling abuse requires both a change in church policy and theology. But she said the latter is unlikely in the SBC.

“They have to undergo such a drastic transformation that they would be unrecognizable in the end. And that’s not going to happen,” Allison said. Reform work focused on “harm reduction” is a more realistic approach, she said.

Some advocates hope the focus on abuses could lead to lasting reforms — if not in the churches, at least in the law.

Misty Griffin, an advocate for fellow survivors of sexual assault in Amish communities, recently started a petition calling for a “Children’s Rights Act” from Congress. By early June, it had collected more than 5,000 signatures.

This would require all teachers, including those in religious schools and home schools, to be trained in child abuse and neglect and subject to reporting mandates, and would also require age-appropriate instructions on how to prevention of student abuse. Griffin said such legislation is crucial because in authoritarian religious systems, victims often don’t know that help is available or how to get it.

“Without it, nothing will change,” said Griffin, consulting producer for the documentary “Sins of the Amish.”

The two-part documentary, which premiered on Peacock TV in May, examines rampant abuses in Amish and Mennonite communities, claiming they are enabled by a patriarchal authority structure, emphasis on the forgiveness of offenders and reluctance to report wrongdoing to law enforcement.

The Southern Baptist Convention, whose doctrine also calls for male leadership in churches and families, has been particularly shaken by the #ChurchToo movement after years of complaints that leaders failed to care for survivors and hold their perpetrators responsible.

The momentum for change accelerated when survivors such as Jules Woodson, who in 2018 went public with a sexual assault accusation against his former youth pastor, were encouraged to tell their stories.

“I was like, ‘Thank God there’s a space where we can tell these stories,'” Woodson said.

Such accounts led to the independent investigation, whose 288-page report detailed how the SBC’s executive committee prioritized the protection of the institution over the welfare of victims and the prevention of harm. abuse. The committee apologized and released a long secret list of ministers accused of abuse.

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Joshua Schulte retrial begins for allegedly leaking CIA ‘Vault 7’ documents to WikiLeaks https://korsanizle.com/joshua-schulte-retrial-begins-for-allegedly-leaking-cia-vault-7-documents-to-wikileaks/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 02:43:24 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/joshua-schulte-retrial-begins-for-allegedly-leaking-cia-vault-7-documents-to-wikileaks/ The second federal trial of former CIA software engineer Joshua Schulte on espionage charges began Tuesday in a New York court with opening statements from the prosecution and the defendant telling the jury he was innocent and the victim of a political witch hunt. Joshua Schulte Schulte, 33, was indicted in June 2018 on 13 […]]]>

The second federal trial of former CIA software engineer Joshua Schulte on espionage charges began Tuesday in a New York court with opening statements from the prosecution and the defendant telling the jury he was innocent and the victim of a political witch hunt.

Joshua Schulte

Schulte, 33, was indicted in June 2018 on 13 counts and accused of stealing and leaking a treasury of CIA cyber espionage tools known as “Vault 7” to WikiLeaks, which leaked them. published in March 2017. His first trial in 2020 ended with a hung jury on eight counts of espionage, but Schulte was found guilty of a lesser charge of contempt of court and another charge false statements to the FBI.

Schulte, who is representing himself in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, told the jury that the evidence “will absolutely prove my innocence.” He said the leak of 7,000 pages and millions of lines of malicious code, developed by the CIA for hacking smartphones and other consumer devices such as smart TVs, was the result of “extremely insecure” of the government.

During his 25-minute opening statement, Schulte said the CIA didn’t even realize their servers had been hacked. “Someone stole their crown jewels, and they didn’t realize it for a year,” he said. Schulte told jurors that the hacked information was stored on servers so insecure they were dubbed “the wild, wild west” by the programmers who worked there.

He continued: “It was incredibly embarrassing for the CIA. They did not know when their data had been taken. They didn’t know how much of their data had been taken. They did not know how their data had been taken. And they certainly didn’t know who took their data. Nothing has changed so far, they still don’t know what happened.

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Josh Duggar’s legal team keeps his appeal oath after the former reality TV star was found guilty of child pornography charges https://korsanizle.com/josh-duggars-legal-team-keeps-his-appeal-oath-after-the-former-reality-tv-star-was-found-guilty-of-child-pornography-charges/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 01:27:46 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/josh-duggars-legal-team-keeps-his-appeal-oath-after-the-former-reality-tv-star-was-found-guilty-of-child-pornography-charges/ Just weeks ago, Josh Duggar was sentenced to 151 months in prison after being found guilty of child pornography. Following the guilty verdict, his legal team had already announced its intention to appeal. This month, they fulfilled that vow with a document that went through Federal Court for the Western District of Arkansas in Fayetteville. […]]]>

Just weeks ago, Josh Duggar was sentenced to 151 months in prison after being found guilty of child pornography. Following the guilty verdict, his legal team had already announced its intention to appeal. This month, they fulfilled that vow with a document that went through Federal Court for the Western District of Arkansas in Fayetteville.

According to reports, Josh Duggar’s legal team has filed a formal notice of intent regarding the appeals process, stating that the former 19 children and counting star plans to appeal one of two counts he was originally charged with via the United States Court of Appeals in the 8th Circuit. The document itself mentions “Count Two [of possessing child pornography] was fired, which happened before sentencing. In fact, Duggar was ultimately only convicted on the more serious of the two child pornography charges for which he was convicted in court late last year.

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Inside Hollywood’s Biggest Families, Including Angelina Jolie and Nick Cannon https://korsanizle.com/inside-hollywoods-biggest-families-including-angelina-jolie-and-nick-cannon/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 00:15:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/inside-hollywoods-biggest-families-including-angelina-jolie-and-nick-cannon/ Not only do actors dream of achieving huge stardom, some dream of having big families. Let’s take a look at the celebrities who have achieved their super-clan ambitions as we step into Hollywood’s biggest families. 11 With six children, Angelina Jolie has one of the biggest clans in showbizCredit: AFP 11 Meanwhile, Nick Cannon has […]]]>

Not only do actors dream of achieving huge stardom, some dream of having big families.

Let’s take a look at the celebrities who have achieved their super-clan ambitions as we step into Hollywood’s biggest families.

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ANGELINA JOLIE

Hollywood legend Angelina Jolie, 47, has six children with ex Brad Pitt, 58, who she was married to between 2014 and 2019.

Their three oldest children, Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, and Zahara, 17, were adopted internationally.

Brad Pitt is dad of six

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In 2006, the couple welcomed their first biological child, a daughter named Shiloh, who is now 16.

They then had two twins, a boy Knox and a girl Vivienne who were born in 2008 in France.

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NICK CANNON

Nick Cannon is expecting his eighth or ninth child soon

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41-year-old TV personality Nick Cannon has seven children from four different moms.

Mariah Carey, to whom he was married from 2008 to 2016, is the mother of their twins Monroe and Moroccan.

Nick and his ex-girlfriend, Brittany Bell, have two children together, Golden “Sagon” Cannon, born in 2017, and Powerful Queen Cannon, born in 2020.

The Masked Singer host went on to have two more twins with then-partner Abby de la Rosa.

Zion and Zillion, born in June 2021, made children numbers five and six for Nick.

Alyssa Scott, who appeared as a model on Nick’s musical game show Wild ‘n Out, gave birth to Zen later that month.

However, Zen died five months later of a malignant brain tumor.

More recently, model Bre Tiesi revealed she was expecting Nick’s eighth child, while he also hinted that baby number nine could be on the way.

ALEC BALDWIN

Alec Baldwin has seven children

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Alec Baldwin has seven childrenCredit: Getty

Alec Baldwin, 64, comes from a large family, so it’s no wonder he’s had a lot of kids himself.

Her most famous child is Ireland Baldwin, who is a 28-year-old model and her only child with 68-year-old Kim Basinger.

But the Beetlejuice star has six other children with his second wife Hilaria, 38.

Together they share daughters Carmen, eight, and Maria, one, and sons Rafael, six, Leonardo, five, Romeo, four, and Eduardo, one.

In March this year, Hilaria announced that she was expecting her seventh child with Alec.

EDDIE MURPHY

Eddie Murphy has 10 children born in four different decades

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Eddie Murphy has 10 children born in four different decadesCredit: Getty

Eddie Murphy, 61, has 10 children of all ages.

Her eldest children, sons Eric and Christian, were born in 1989 and 1990 to her then girlfriends, Paulette McNeely and Tamara Hood, respectively.

In 1993, the comedian married Nicole Mitchell, with whom he shared five children; Bria, Myles, Shayne, Zola and Bella.

After his divorce from Nicole in 2006, he began dating Spice Girl Melanie B, with whom he fathered a daughter, Angel, on his birthday a year later.

More recently, the Beverly Hills Cop star welcomed daughter Izzy, six, and son Max, three, with Australian model Paige Butcher, 18 years her junior.

KRIS JENNER

None of Kris Jenner's seven children are strangers to the spotlight

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None of Kris Jenner’s seven children are strangers to the spotlightCredit: Getty

Kris Jenner is widely regarded as the ultimate mom and with seven kids, she’s also the ultimate mom.

Her eldest children are from her marriage to attorney Rob Kardashian, who died in 2003.

Kourtney is 43, Kim is 41, and Khloe is 37.

Kris also has a son from her first marriage, Rob, 35.

During her second marriage, she welcomed Kylie, 24, and Kendall, 26.

One of the tightest-knit families in showbiz, all of Kris’ children have appeared on their family’s reality shows over the years.

JIM BOB AND MICHELLE DUGGAR

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar stopped counting at 19

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Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar stopped counting at 19Credit: Getty

With their shows 19 Kids and Counting and Counting On, Jim Bob, 56, and his wife Michelle, 55, have built a reality TV career from their oversized family.

In total, they have 19 children, including their most famous daughters Jana, 32, Jill, 31, Jessa, 29, Jinger, 28, and Joy-Anna, 24.

Their son Josh, 34, was recently sentenced to 12 years in prison for child pornography.

MADONNA

Madonna is a mom of six and another star who chose to adopt

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Madonna is a mom of six and another star who chose to adoptCredit: INSTAGRAM/madonna

Madonna, 63, has six children, starting with her eldest Lourdes, who is 25 today.

The Queen of Pop met Guy Ritchie in 1998 and they welcomed son Rocco two years later.

After getting married, they adopted a 13-month-old boy, Banda, in 2006.

Madonna then adopted three more children, Mercy, 16, and Stelle and Estere, nine.

CLINT EASTWOOD

Clint Eastwood was one of the first Hollywood stars to have an oversized family

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Clint Eastwood was one of the first Hollywood stars to have an oversized familyCredit: Getty

Clint Eastwood, now 92, has eight children in total from various marriages, relationships and affairs.

The western legend welcomed his first child Laurie in 1954 with a stranger, with whom he cheated on his future wife Maggie.

Maggie then gave birth to Clint’s children, Kyle and Alison, in 1968 and 1972 respectively.

While they were married, the movie star had an affair with stuntwoman Roxanne Tunis, resulting in daughter Kimber in 1964.

Clint then had an unpublished affair with a flight attendant, Jacelyn Reeves.

As a result, he fathered Scott in 1986 and Kathryn in 1988.

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In the 90s, the Dirty Harry legend had a daughter, Francesca, 28, with then-girlfriend Frances Fisher.

In 1996, he was married to news anchor Dina Ruiz and they welcomed his last child, a daughter Morgan, the same year.

Francesca and Scott are now actors and models

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Francesca and Scott are now actors and modelsCredit: Getty
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Johnny Depp’s popularity dwindled in defamation lawsuit https://korsanizle.com/johnny-depps-popularity-dwindled-in-defamation-lawsuit/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 23:20:32 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/johnny-depps-popularity-dwindled-in-defamation-lawsuit/ A new poll suggests that Johnny Depp actually lost popularity with the public during his defamation and Amber Heard trial, despite the appearance of overwhelming support on social media. According to a Morning Consult poll published on June 8, Depp’s popularity has seen a decline following the high-profile lawsuit, despite the appearance on platforms such […]]]>

A new poll suggests that Johnny Depp actually lost popularity with the public during his defamation and Amber Heard trial, despite the appearance of overwhelming support on social media.

According to a Morning Consult poll published on June 8, Depp’s popularity has seen a decline following the high-profile lawsuit, despite the appearance on platforms such as TikTok and Twitter that the general public largely supported him. Pirates of the Caribbean actor.

The survey found that at the end of the six-week trial, the number of American adults who viewed Depp as somewhat or very favorably dropped from 68 percent to 56 percent.

Where Depp saw his popularity plummet the most was in the baby boomer age group. In April, Depp’s preference rating among baby boomers was 59%. When the trial ended in June, that number had fallen to 37%, making baby boomers’ opinion of Depp worse than any other age group.

Additionally, Depp’s popularity among men also plummeted. Before the trial, it was 67%. It has since fallen 15%, landing at 52%.

The area that saw the smallest drop in approval was Gen Z. According to the poll, 70% of Gen Z adults had a favorable opinion after the trial. That number was down just 2% since April.

Additionally, the millennial age group also saw a slight decline. His preference rating among them dropped six points, to 72%.

As a result, younger age groups seem to find Depp much more sympathetic than older age groups after the trial.

The inquest revelation comes after Depp was awarded $10.35 million in compensatory damages and Heard was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages at the end of the trial.

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Watch: MANOWAR Plays ‘Secret’ Show in Germany as THE LORDS OF STEEL https://korsanizle.com/watch-manowar-plays-secret-show-in-germany-as-the-lords-of-steel/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 16:18:47 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/watch-manowar-plays-secret-show-in-germany-as-the-lords-of-steel/ MANOUAR played the first of two “secret” warm-up shows on Saturday June 4 at the Jovel Music Hall in Münster, Germany. bassist/leader Joey DeMaio and his bandmates were introduced as STEEL LORDS (performing “the music of MANOUAR“) for the concert, which scored MANOUARfirst live appearance of with a new drummer Dave Chedrickwho has already played […]]]>

MANOUAR played the first of two “secret” warm-up shows on Saturday June 4 at the Jovel Music Hall in Münster, Germany. bassist/leader Joey DeMaio and his bandmates were introduced as STEEL LORDS (performing “the music of MANOUAR“) for the concert, which scored MANOUARfirst live appearance of with a new drummer Dave Chedrickwho has already played with RAVEN and RITUAL KILLamong others.

Chedrick joined MANOUAR in replacement of Anders Johannson who announced on Saturday that he could not join MANOUAR on the group’s next releases “Crushing The Enemies Of Metal Anniversary Tour ’22/’23” due to “family commitments”.

Anders posted the following statement via social media: “Hello friends. Family obligations require me to stay as close to home in Sweden as possible at the moment. So I will not be able to play on MANOUARthe next tour of.

“The support of MANOUAR, their team and fans have been overwhelming from the start. Everyone involved welcomed me into their hearts without hesitation and I made friends for life.

“Thank you all for the good times.

“Hail and kill!”

In a separate statement, From Maio said: “Anders is a rare combination of intelligence, kindness, humor and talent. It was a pleasure to work with him. He is part of our brotherhood, now and forever! We support his commitment to his family.”

Based in Los Angeles, Chedrick has been addicted to metal all his life. Early influences include John Bonham, neil peart and especially late MANOUAR drummer Scott Columbus. Accomplished studio musician, David is praised for his professionalism, his relaxed spirit and his will to always go further in the quest for the perfect sound.

From Maio said: “DavidDrumming is a combination of speed, power and the spirit of real metal that our fans will appreciate.”

Added Chedrick: “The Manowarriors are legendary. I’m honored to play for the biggest fans in the world!”

Johansson joined MANOUAR over three years ago. The Swedish musician made his live debut with the band in March 2019 in Brno, Czech Republic.

Johansson can be heard on MANOUARit is “The Final Battle I” EP, initially made available in exclusive presale on the merchandising stand of “The Final Battle” world Tour.

MANOUARit is “Crushing The Enemies Of Metal Anniversary Tour ’22/’23” celebrates the band’s more than four-decade career with a focus on four signings MANOUAR albums and their anniversaries: 40th anniversary of “Battle Hymns”35th anniversary of “Fight the World”30th anniversary of “The Triumph of Steel”20th anniversary of “Warriors of the World”.

last November, MANOUAR announced that he had recorded a song called “Odysseus’ Revenge” for the band’s next studio album. From Maio also traveled to Athens to record a narration with the father-son team Costas and Konstantin Kazakos. Costasacclaimed in Greece for his participation in numerous films and as an accomplished theater actor and writer, and his son Kostantinoswho is also a talented actor, narrated a touching dialogue between Ulysses and his son Telemachus. And to honor the historical sources, they did it in ancient Greek, translated from English by Sakis Tolis from the Greek metal band ROTTEN CHRIST.

Asked in a recent interview with metal hammer The Greek TV show “TV War” if the next MANOUAR will the release be a full album or will it be the originally planned 2019 sequel “The Final Battle I” PE, Joey said, “That’s a really good question. You’re the first person to ask that. And right now, I really don’t know what’s next, because we had the inspiration to write this song, this which I thought might be a very long normal song – like maybe 10 minutes – “Odysseus’ Revenge”. And it just got out of control – it just kept growing and growing. It started with “Maybe it will be just in English”. Then it was, ‘Maybe it will be in Greek.’ And then it became not just Greek – ancient Greek. And then something like famous narrators. And then it became, ‘No, we’re going to take one of the most famous actors, if not the most famous in Greece.’ And then his son will play the role of Telemachus. And it got bigger and bigger and bigger. And now when they got into the studio here in Athens and recorded, it turned out to be so amazing. And now I’m stuck with a big problem – there are so many amazing things these guys have interpreted… So the reality just hearing words gave me the challenge, now how do I match this great performance with music that will be worthy of these beautiful, beautiful performances? So that’s a fucking big deal. So I’m looking forward to getting back into the studio and trying to serve that in the best way possible.”

As metal fans know, 2022 marks the 30th year since the release of “The Triumph of Steel”. With this album, MANOUAR surprised his fans with the track of more than 28 minutes “Achilles, agony and ecstasy in eight parts”inspired by Homerthe ancient Greek poem of “The Iliad”. To celebrate this momentous anniversary and as a “thank you” for the unwavering and passionate support of the Greek Manowarriors, MANOUAR has now assumed “The Odyssey”, Homerthe story of the great hero Ulysses and his long and perilous quest to find his wife and son.

“The Final Battle I” was released in March 2019. At the time of its release, it was announced that Parts II and III of the trilogy would arrive at a later date, inspired by MANOUARthe adventures of on the rest of “The Final Battle”.

Ancient MANOUAR guitarist Karl Logan was arrested in August 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and charged with six counts of third-degree exploitation of a minor. He was jailed after pleading guilty to two counts of child pornography.

A few days later Charlesthe arrest of was made public, MANOUAR released a statement saying he would no longer perform with the band. It has since been replaced by E.Martelwho has already played in MANOUAR tribute band.

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