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Kenyan lawyer suing Israel for killing Jesus

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While in the midst of finally resuming peace talks with Palestine, it looks like Israel might have found itself in the middle of another conflict — because a Kenyan lawyer is suing the Holy Land for killing Jesus.

Kenyan lawyer Dola Indidis has taken on the ‘case for Christ’ as he is suing the State of Israel, the Republic of Italy and a whole slew of New Testament characters on behalf of the “Friends of Jesus.”

Indidis filed his suit in the International Court of Justice in the Netherlands, also bringing suit against Tiberius, the Emperor of Rome; Pontius Pilate; Annas, a Jewish Chief Priest; King Herod; Jewish elders and Jewish teachers of the law.

“I filed the case because it’s my duty to uphold the dignity of Jesus and I have gone to the ICJ to seek justice for the man from Nazareth,” Indidis told Nairobian, a local Kenyan paper. “His selective and malicious prosecution violated his human rights through judicial misconduct, abuse of office bias and prejudice.”

Read more….http://redalertpolitics.com/2013/08/01/kenyan-lawyer-suing-israel-for-killing-jesus/

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IT WOULD SEEM THAT AMERICANS AREN’T THE ONLY ONES WHO THINKING IMPEACHMENT!  YET THE “JOKE”  IS STILL ALLOWED TO CONTINUE…..WHY AM I NOT SUPRRISED?

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The ‘I’ word

By Jojo Robles | Posted on Aug. 02, 2013 at 12:01am

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In certain groups, there is now fevered talk about the “I” word, “I” being “impeachment” and President Noynoy Aquino being the subject of such proceedings.

But those hoping to mount an impeachment case against Aquino —for alleged betrayal of public trust, among other impeachable offenses—are aware that the House of Representatives is the key to get the proceedings started. And because Aquino has decided to defend Congress’ pork barrel funds (if not in words, then by his act of increasing the funds and refusing to investigate their use), an impeachment case will be a tough sell.

Read more…http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/08/02/the-i-word/

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A&E Television Faces Lawsuit Over Copyright of 3D Jesus Christ (Exclusive)

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Raymond Downing, a New York-based 3D digital illustrator, is suing A&E Television Networks, owner of the History Channel, and Left Right Inc., a production company, for infringing the copyright of his virtual reproduction of Jesus by overusing material subject to a licensing agreement.

Read more….http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/ae-television-sued-3d-jesus-381511

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Prosecutors say potential witness in Whitey Bulger trial died from cyanide poisoning.
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US employers add 162,000 jobs in July, the fewest since March, but the gains were enough to lower the unemployment rate to a 4 1/2 -year low of 7.4 percent.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/08/02/us-employers-add-162k-jobs-rate-falls-to-74-pct/

 

 

 

 

 

BREAKING NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013 8:38 AM EDT
U.S. Added 162,000 Jobs in July; Unemployment Falls to 7.4%

America’s employers added 162,000 jobs in July, fewer than expected, as the unemployment rate ticked down to 7.4 percent.
The job gains reported by the Labor Department on Friday, were concentrated in retail, food services, financial activities and wholesale trade. The manufacturing sector gained 6,000 jobs; government employment stayed basically flat.
While July represented the 34th straight month of job creation, the relatively strong employment gains were still not on track to absorb the backlog of unemployed workers anytime soon. At the recent pace of job growth, it would take about seven years to close the so-called jobs gap left by the recession, according to the Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution.

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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/03/business/economy/us-adds-162000-jobs-less-than-expected.html?emc=edit_na_20130802

Top News
This document allowed Edward J. Snowden to leave his airport refuge in Moscow on Thursday.

Defiant Russia Grants Snowden Year’s Asylum

By STEVEN LEE MYERS and ANDREW E. KRAMER

The refugee status in Russia was the first formal support from another government for Edward J. Snowden, the former intelligence contractor wanted for leaking details of surveillance programs.

Fabrice Tourre, a former Goldman Sachs trader, left federal court in Manhattan on Thursday after the verdict.

DEALBOOK

Former Trader Is Found Liable In Fraud Case

By BEN PROTESS and SUSANNE CRAIG

Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs trader at the center of a toxic mortgage deal sold to investors on the eve of the financial crisis, was found liable on six of the seven civil charges against him.

Preet Bharara, the United States attorney for Manhattan, told reporters last week in explaining charges against the hedge fund SAC Capital that it was a

DEALBOOK

Case Against SAC Is Aided by Hiring of Fired Trader

By BEN PROTESS and PETER LATTMAN

The former trader, Richard S. Lee, was said to have told authorities of other incidents of insider trading by SAC Capital Advisors, the hedge fund run by Steven A. Cohen.

World
Mr. Berlusconi during a voting session at the Senate in Rome last month.

Italian Court Upholds Berlusconi Sentence, Setting Stage for Crisis

By RACHEL DONADIO

The ruling by Italy’s highest court was the first time former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi received a definitive conviction in 20 years of tangles with the judiciary.

Secretary of State John Kerry with Pakistan's new prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, on Thursday in Islamabad, the capital.

Kerry, in Pakistan, Expresses Optimism on Ending Drone Strikes Soon

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States had made significant headway in its drone campaign, which is hugely unpopular in Pakistan.

Kurdish fighters in Qamishli, in northeastern Syria.

Kurdish Struggle Blurs Syria’s Battle Lines

By BEN HUBBARD and an EMPLOYEE of THE NEW YORK TIMES

Kurds are using the chaos in Syria to seek autonomy, but their struggle does not fit neatly into the war between President Bashar al-Assad and the rebels seeking his ouster.

. While Praising Troops, Assad Promises Victory

U.S.
Mary Spaulding Balch is seen as the architect of a push to ban abortion at 20 weeks.

Theory on Pain Is Driving Rules for Abortions

By ERIK ECKHOLM

Advocates are drawn to such a measure because it taps into public concern about late-stage abortions, appears to alter the rules only incrementally and claims to be rooted in science.

Critics of the memorial to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said a phrase carved into the statue misrepresented his statement.

Sculptor Removes Phrase From Memorial to King

By ERIN BANCO

Critics of the memorial, including the poet Maya Angelou, said the phrase did not show the true nature of a quote by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Ariel Castro, center, spoke during the sentencing phase of his trial on Thursday in Cleveland.

Kidnapper in Cleveland Is Sentenced by Judge and Condemned by Victim

By TRIP GABRIEL

Ariel Castro was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without possibility of parole, and 1,000 years.

. Video  Video: Cleveland Kidnapper and Victim Speak
. Graphic  Graphic: Inside the House of Captivity

Politics
Senators John Cornyn, left, and Mitch McConnell on Thursday after they and other Republicans blocked a spending measure.

G.O.P. Rifts Lead Congress to Spending Impasse

By JONATHAN WEISMAN and JACKIE CALMES

The collapse of spending measures increased the prospects of a government shutdown in the fall and added new urgency to fiscal negotiations between the White House and a bloc of Senate Republicans.

. Deal Is Struck on Health Plans for Congress
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Huma Abedin, her aide, at a session of the United Nations Security Council in 2009.

Coming to an Old Friend’s Aid, With an Eye on the Clinton Image

By AMY CHOZICK and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

Clinton loyalists have rushed to assist Huma Abedin, herself a top Clinton aide and Anthony D. Weiner’s wife.

WASHINGTON MEMO

Pentagon’s Questions Now Need Answers

By THOM SHANKER

A four-month strategic review offered several proposals for how the military can be smarter as it is forced by budget cuts to be smaller.

For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »

Business
Obama Narrows Field for Fed Chairman to 3

By ANNIE LOWREY

The president is said to be considering three people to replace Ben S. Bernanke as Federal Reserve chairman.

A display of Martha Stewart's home collection at Macy's. Macy's claims exclusivity of some of Ms. Stewart's designer goods.

For Penney, Stewart Trial’s Outcome Is Just One Pressing Concern

By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD

Management and financial turmoil has plagued J.C. Penney in recent months, unfolding along with a trial over whether the company could sell Martha Stewart’s goods.

At the Ameritox lab in Greensboro, N.C., samples are used to determine if patients are taking the proper medication.

Increase in Urine Testing Raises Ethical Questions

By BARRY MEIER

The growth of tests for painkillers has led to concerns about their accuracy and whether some companies and doctors are exploiting them for profit.

For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology
Motorola Mobility's new phone, the Moto X, reflects the company's desire to change the way people use smartphones. Two twists of one's wrist while holding the phone, for example, will open the device's camera.

With Moto X, Google Enters a Crowded Marketplace

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The search giant, which has stumbled in its forays into the hardware market, says its high-end Moto X smartphone has innovative voice controls.

BITS BLOG

LinkedIn’s Profits Soar as User Growth Accelerates

By VINDU GOEL

LinkedIn reported strong growth in revenue, profits and new subscribers for the second quarter, sending its shares up sharply in after-hours trading on Thursday.

Michael Dell, left, the founder of the computer company that shares his name, and Carl Icahn, the billionaire activist investor.

DEALBOOK

Icahn Sues Dell to Halt Changes to Buyout Vote

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

The billionaire Carl C. Icahn is seeking to prevent the company and its board from altering terms of a scheduled vote on a $24.4 billion takeover bid by the computer maker’s founder.

For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
Alex Rodriguez playing in a simulated game Thursday. The game was closed, so sightings of him were rare.

As Suspension Looms, Rodriguez Practices at Padlocked Stadium

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez played a simulated game, but it would have been hard to tell from the obscured view of the troubled star.

Alex Rodriguez leaving the Yankees' minor league complex Thursday.

SPORTS OF THE TIMES

Baseball’s Bullying Makes It Tempting to Root for Rodriguez

By WILLIAM C. RHODEN

Alex Rodriguez has been linked to Biogenesis of America, but Major League Baseball’s heavy-handed approach has almost turned Rodriguez into a sympathetic figure.

Dick Kazmaier, right, in a game in 1951. He passed for 2,404 yards and rushed for 1,950 in three varsity seasons at Princeton.

Dick Kazmaier, a Heisman Winner Who Passed on the N.F.L., Dies at 82

By FRANK LITSKY

Mr. Kazmaier, a Princeton halfback who won the Heisman in 1951, was drafted by the Bears but declined to join the team, or any other, saying he had achieved all he wanted in the sport.

For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts
Lindsay Lohan and James Deen in

‘THE CANYONS’

The Cellphone Gets Its Close-Up

By MANOHLA DARGIS

“The Canyons,” Paul Schrader’s new film, written by Bret Easton Ellis and starring Lindsay Lohan, is a dispiriting work that addresses the dirty business of making movies.

Maxwell's, a venerable spot for jangly indie rock in Hoboken, N.J., in its last hours on Wednesday.

Good to the Last Rocking Drop

By ALLAN KOZINN

Closing night at Maxwell’s offered a glimpse of the ghosts of the club’s past as the home of jangly, Britpop-inspired, postpunk indie rock.

BOOKS OF THE TIMES

Shanghai For Strivers

By DWIGHT GARNER

“Five Star Billionaire,” Tash Aw’s latest novel, is set in a rapidly changing China.

For more arts news, go to NYTimes.com/Arts »

Movies
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg in

‘2 GUNS’

Two Good Guys (or So They Seem) Behaving Badly

By MANOHLA DARGIS

The Baltasar Kormakur buddy film “2 Guns” turns on a pair of seemingly bad guys who may be good, out to rob a drug cartel’s money from a bank.

Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller in

‘THE SPECTACULAR NOW’

Being on the Rebound Never Felt So Good

By NICOLAS RAPOLD

James Ponsoldt’s new film, “The Spectacular Now,” is a tale of a teenager and the speed bumps at the end of high school.

Credit: NY Times

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