News Burst 17 June 2021
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- Socialite and TV personality Lady Colin Campbell triggered a backlash earlier, when she appeared to defend disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein in the wake of a “car crash” BBC Newsnight interview given by Prince Andrew in 2019, claiming that “soliciting sex from minors is not pedophilia”. Lady Colin Campbell has once again embarked upon a controversial rant about Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew as she appeared on GB News. The disgraced royal’s ties to the convicted pedophile Epstein, claimed Lady C, as she is dubbed, are being played up to deflect attention from former President Bill Clinton.
- Metropolitan Police have promised to look into claims that Ghislaine Maxwell was involved in the abuse and sex trafficking of over a dozen women in the UK recently raised by a Channel 4 News investigation. On Tuesday, the channel aired a short documentary that cited claims of multiple women, available through court documents and public interviews, who alleged that they had been groomed, trafficked and abused by Jeffrey Epstein and his British companion Maxwell on British soil over a period spanning more than a decade. The UK police “have done very little” to investigate these claims, the documentary states, hinting that this lack of action could have been related to Epstein and Maxwell’s close proximity to British royal Prince Andrew. According to Nazir Afzal, the former Chief Crown Prosecutor for north-west England, there is “clearly enough evidence for the police to investigate more thoroughly than they have done up to now”.
- Two women and a minor girl were allegedly tied up, beaten all night, and made to drink a mix of human waste and urine after people accused them of being witches in India’s Bihar state, police said on Wednesday. According to officers, the incident took place in the state’s Purnea district.
- Three cisterns carrying phosphoric acid broke in northern France after a train collided with a truck stuck on a rail crossing on Wednesday morning, the prefecture of the Ardennes department said. “Seven carriages derailed and three cisterns spilled phosphoric acid. A crew of 44 firefighters is at the site struggling to stop the leakage,” a statement read.
- The online platform Onlyfans, a subscription service where erotic content is widely sold for donations, has become a popular source of income for many young people who make a living selling nude photographs and videos. The Swedish police have labelled the online platform Onlyfans, which has gained traction and soared in popularity during the pandemic, attracting millions of users, a “gateway to prostitution”. Writer and police officer Simon Häggström, who is known for his books on human trafficking and vice crime, which he specialises in, has warned that Onlyfans can lead to minors, especially girls, being drawn into prostitution.
- The New York Times received the initial conclusions that didn’t offer conclusive evaluations of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). The leaked documents state that the Pentagon cannot rule out foreign intrusions, nor can they rule out extraterrestrials. Bill Nelson, the new NASA administrator, was asked several questions about UFOs. Nelson mentioned that he encouraged scientists to engage the issue of UAP and carry their research.
- An American father-son duo admitted their role in orchestrating former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn’s audacious escape from Japan as they made their first appearance before a Tokyo court on Monday (Jun 14). Former special forces operative Michael Taylor, 60, and his 28-year-old son Peter were extradited by United States authorities over claims that they smuggled Ghosn out of the country in a music equipment case as he awaited trial. At the Tokyo district court, the pair said that they did not contest the facts laid out by prosecutors in an indictment, effectively conceding their role in the saga.
- China plans to send three astronauts aboard the Shenzhou-12 manned spacecraft to its new orbital station on 17 June, Ji Qiming, an assistant director at the China Manned Space Program, said on Wednesday. The first three astronauts who will fly to the Tianhe core module of the Chinese space station will be Liu Boming, Tang Hongbo and mission commander Nie Haisheng.
- Coca-Cola shares drop $4 billion after Cristiano Ronaldo’s gesture to drink water.
News Burst 17 June 2021 – Bonus Video
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