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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets


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Keep yourself and those around you safe from the Coronavirus:
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THANK YOU, Jim, for your incredible support of our #MAGA Agenda! You are a tremendous Senator for the people of the Great State of Oklahoma and you have my Complete and Total Endorsement!
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Jim Inhofe
· Mar 5
I have made the decision to seek re-election to another term as your Senator from Oklahoma. Here’s why:
Right now, our nation is at a crossroads. Three years into President Trump’s first term, we have reversed much of the devastation that eight years of Obama brought us.
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2…………> ICE Boston arrests Zimbabwean national indicted for rape


Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested a Zimbabwean national, who is facing a felony rape charge, in Boston on Wednesday.
Alois Mutare, 42, a citizen of Zimbabwe, was arrested during routine enforcement actions targeting at-large criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants and other immigration violators in New England
Mutare, who legally entered the U.S. in 1999, significantly violated the terms of his admission and overstayed his temporary visitor status by nearly 20 years and is subject to removal proceedings. He was arrested on felony rape charges by Boston police in ecember 2019 and indicted earlier this month on those charges. He was arrested by ICE following his release from local criminal court March 4. He will remain in ICE custody pending immigration proceedings before a federal immigration judge.
Mutare was just one of 209 arrests made by ICE officers in recent weeks, including 178 of which were arrests of individuals with convictions or pending criminal charges during the recent enforcement efforts.
“These arrests are just one more indicator of the threat that sanctuary policies pose to our communities,” said Todd M. Lyons, acting field office director for ERO Boston. “Our officers will continue to arrest public safety threats that are released back to the communities, even as we remain committed to working with our local law enforcement partners to keep communities in the region safe.”


3…………> Leader of Armed Home Invasion Robbery Crew: Busted By DOJ


A federal jury in Detroit, Michigan, found a Colombian man guilty of all charges in a nine-count indictment charging him with Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) conspiracy and other violent crimes, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice department’s Criminal division and Special Agent in Charge Steven M. ’Antuono of the FBI’s etroit Field Office.
Juan Olaya, 39, of Buenaventura, Colombia, was a leader of an armed robbery crew that traveled the United States committing armed home invasions. Evidence at trial established that the defendant and his crew exclusively targeted families of Indian and Asian descent for their crimes.
Following a two-week trial, Olaya was convicted of one count of RICO conspiracy, four counts of assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering and four counts of use of a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence. Sentencing is scheduled for July 23, 2020, before U.S. district Court Judge Laurie J. Michelson of the Eastern district of Michigan, who presided over the trial.
Olaya and his robbery crew committed a string of home invasions in Georgia, New York, Michigan and Texas in 2014. The organizer of the crew, Chaka Castro, ran the enterprise from 2011 through 2014. Castro generated lists of robbery targets in various states around the county, specifically families of Asian and Indian ancestry, and assigned crews to carry out the armed robberies of these families within their homes. Olaya was the road boss of one such crew, who recruited other members and assigned roles to those members. Olaya and crew members traveled to certain locations, conducted surveillance and executed the robberies.


4…………> Corona-Virus: Italy In A Lock-Down


Italy has extended its emergency corona-virus measures – which include travel restrictions and a ban on public gatherings – to the entire country of 60 million people.


5………..> All Wuhan 16 Temporary Hospitals Closed: Job Well Done?


The last two temporary hospitals in Wuhan, the epicenter of the corona-virus outbreak in central China’s Hubei Province, were shut down Tuesday, marking the closure of all 16 temporary hospitals in the city.
The final batch of 49 patients walked out of the Wuchang temporary hospital at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The temporary hospital, which was converted from Wuchang Hongshan Stadium, started operation on Feb. 5. With 784 beds, it received a total of 1,124 patients, and saw 833 patients discharged and 291 patients transferred to other.


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