Donald Trump directed millions to his foundation Washington Post David A. Fahrenthold explains how Donald Trump directed people who owed him money to make their payments to the tax exempt Donald J. Trump Foundation instead. The human billboards are out in Natick and Framingham, too, and yet some places along that route remain crowded. ”I was at the Natick mall last weekend, and it’s still pretty full. We’re definitely in an economic crisis, but people are still spending,” said Ilana Schwartz, 34, of West Newton, as she prepared to peruse discounts at the housewares store, where even the shopping carts were for sale..
But stay focused on Mueller. During Mueller’s time as a federal prosecutor in Boston, four four men wrongfully imprisoned for decades framed by an FBI informant and notorious gangster Whitey Bulger, all while Mueller’s office looked the other way. And Mueller was also responsible for the prosecution of the wrong person following the anthrax attacks after 9/11.
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This isn’t about Brady’s innocence or guilt. It is about the creation and application of due process. The stupefying thing about the NFL’s treatment of Brady’s case is that it fit into a bewildering pattern. Goodell claims he never saw the elevator video until it went public. But, Rice says that he told the NFL and his former team, the Baltimore Ravens, exactly what happened last February. And Rice’s lawyers argue that he’s being punished twice for the same offense.
Locals at the scene expressed concern that with the high number of elderly residents, they worry that word of extreme water shortages might not get passed around. The LCRA has sent out notices via email, but many of the people living in Spicewood Beach don have Internet access. Just devastating right now, says Kathy Hull, concern is the elderly in our community, what they gonna do.