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January 27, 2005

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Cosby Case is Doubted

January 27, 2005 04:42:09 GMT

The long-period delay of disclosing Cosby fondling case has become one factor for doubting the case validity. Since, according to the Montgomery County district attorney, Bruce L. Castor Jr., "failure to disclose in a timely manner and contacts with the alleged perpetrator after the event" may weaken a case that then prevent the court from making any decision concerning anyone's credibility 'till complete evidences are in.

As a matter of fact, Castor and his office will decide to bring charges within two weeks after Cosby and his accuser have been interviewed by investigators.
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N.Y. Judge Ignored Snipes Nullification

January 27, 2005 03:59:24 GMT

U.S. District Judge, Loretta Preska, ignored actor Wesley Snipes nullification on his arrest warrant in order to stop the state prosecutors from seeking his DNA in a paternity suit brought by a 33 year old woman in 2002, who claimed of having sex with Snipes in a Chicago crackhouse and had had a 3 year old son from the intercourse.

In a further explanation, Preska said that Snipes, though he denied the allegation, as a "plaintiff" he might not use civil and/or constitutional rights as a reason to stop a state action for his reversal. Hence, Preska has dismissed almost all Snipe claims he pursed in a state court and thus let his DNA test went on.
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Dick Clark Comes Home

January 27, 2005 03:36:10 GMT

Dick Clark (75), the American Bandstand icon, has returned to his Malibu home after his seven weeks minor stroke treatment in a Burbank hospital.

Trying hard to recover from what was described as a minor stroke, Clark was very touched and grateful for the many cards and letters he received during his hospitalized, which among others came from people and fans on the streets of New York. Besides, he also thanked for the best wishes expression video shown up John Travolta, Janet Jackson, Madonna and many other celebrities.
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Kidman Restrains Pesky Photographers

January 27, 2005 03:13:38 GMT

Soon after the hidden eavesdropping device discovery outside her Sidney mansion, Kidman has reported to ask an Australian court to serve a restraining order on two local pesky photographers, who according to Kidman, colud "harm" her personal and public life.

Local reports mention that Kidman has filed a petition to Waverly Local Court on Thursday for restraining Jamie Fawcett and an unidentified photographer from going anywhere near her in the wake of her bodyguards. Yet, Fawcett's lawyer, Roland Day, broken the news saying that police only served the pair photographers with papers on Wednesday night. However, Chief bodyguard Neil McMaster mentions that the "hidden bug" had been proven planted to monitor the conversations between Kidman and her security team, for which he has a very strong evidence for it.
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Nugent's Lawsuit Goes on Trial

January 27, 2005 02:48:33 GMT

Tuesday, January 25, 2005, Muskegon County Circuit judge, Timothy G. Hicks, decided to reject Muskegon Summer Celebration lawyer to toss out rest of Nugent lawsuit for the festival and official for canceling one of his concerts which had been scheduled for June 30, 2003.

The summer festival argued on Nugent lawsuit saying that both had no contract to be signed at the time the concert was canceled, which according to the festival site, was caused by the controversy arose over news reports about racial remarks Newman made in a Denver radio interview on May 5, 2003.
 
 
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