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Relatives Of Missing Flight MH370 Passengers March On Malaysian Embassy In Beijing

Several relatives of passengers on Malaysia Flight 370 are protesting a continued search conducted by Malaysian and Australian officials, after no hard evidence of plane debris was found. Last week, officials declared that the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. Nine aircrafts and eight ships have discovered fishing equipment and other items, none of which is connected to the missing plane. [CTV News]

A peaceful protest turned chaotic in Albuquerque, New Mexico after hundreds of people stood up against recent police shootings and mayhem in the city. One officer was injured after rocks and glass were thrown while protestors marched from Albuquerque to the University of New Mexico. The U.S. Justice Department has been looking into the city’s police department after complaints of excessive force against pedestrians. [AP]

This is sick. A Denver man who raped his 3-year-old daughter bypassed jail time because he simply “will not fare well” in prison. Instead, the judge granted Robert H. Richards IV therapy. The 2009 case sparked controversy after his ex-wife filled a lawsuit accusing Richards of assaulting his son and daughter from 2005-2007. Richards is the great-grandson of du Pont family patriarch Irenee du Pont, a chemical baron. He is currently unemployed and living off his trust fund. Talk about a case of “affluenza.” [Huff Post]

A New York mother died after facing complications from a botched tummy tuck in the Dominican Republic. Beverly Brigoni died of a pulmonary embolism at a discounted clinic recommended to her by friends. The U.S. Center for Disease Control raised their concerns of discounted surgeries in the DR after many women complained of complications following surgeries. Brigoni’s family is looking into a formal investigation on her death. [Daily Mail]  


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