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Vermont Law School Mural Being Removed Due to 'Black Features'

Vermont Law School officials said they will have a mural originally intended to honor abolitionists removed after some argued its imagery is offensive. So reports the Burlington Free Press.


Justin Bieber Fires Back After Sexual Assault Accusations

Justin Bieber is suing two women for $10 million each after they accused him of sexual assault. So reports Vulture.


Concordia University School of Law to Shutter Amid Failed Transfer Deal

Concordia University School of Law is shutting its doors after the school’s sponsor, Concordia University in Portland and Concordia St. Paul could not agree to transfer terms. So reports the Associated Press.


Appeals Court Blocks Plan to Fund Border Wall with Military Money

A federal appeals court said the Trump administration lacks the authority to use military dollars to pay for a border wall. So reports NBC News.


Ex-Hostage Negotiator, Mueller Witness Sentenced for Child Sex Crimes

George Nader, a Lebanese American businessman key to special counsel Robert Mueller’s recent investigation, has been sentenced to 10 years prison time for charges related to child sex abuse. So reports the Associated Press.


Former Delaware Judge Settles Long-running Sex Abuse Case

Former Judge William C. Bradley Jr. and a man who accused him of pattern sexual assault for more than a decade have settled their case. So reports Delaware Online.


'Deflategate' Lawyer Representing Brown Student-athletes Seeking Varsity Sports Reinstatement

Brown University student-athletes retained Jeffrey Kessler, a “high-powered” sports lawyer, with the hopes of reinstating varsity sports that were transitioned to club status. So reports the Providence Journal.


Judge Rejects Lawsuit Aimed at Enforcing Masks, Social Distancing at Trump Rally

An Oklahoma judge blocked an attempt to alter President Trump’s campaign rally amid fears it would spread COVID-19. So reports Fox News.


DEA Undercover Drug Trafficking Operations Under IG Scrutiny

Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz said the Drug Enforcement Administration laundered millions of dollars without complying with laws governing drug trafficking investigations. So reports Politico


Court Supervisor Terminated After Taking Down BML Signs in South Philly

Michael Henkel, a court supervisor in Philadelphia, was fired after being captured on video removing publicly placed anti-racism signs and indicating that “Black lives don’t matter to him.” So reports NBC News.


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