Jalen Philpot earns higher ranking on CFL scouting bureau list than twin brother
TORONTO — Jalen Philpot earned family bragging rights Thursday. The University of Calgary receiver was ranked No. 2 on the CFL Scouting Bureau's winter list of the top-20 prospects for the '22 draft. His twin brother, Tyson, also a Dinos receiver, was at No. 5. Both made significant jumps as Jalen Philpot was seventh in the first rankings last fall while Tyson Philpot was 15th. "I think I maybe have an upper edge just based on the '19 season andThe University of Calgary receiver was ranked No. 2 on the CFL Scouting Bureau's winter list of the top-20 prospects for the '22 draft. His twin brother, Tyson, also a Dinos receiver, was at No. 5.
main suspect © AGENCY / BESTIMAGE Case Maddie McCann: the new evidence that could definitely confuse the prime suspect
Fourteen years after the disappearance of Maddie McCann, journalists have found proof inculperait Christian B, the main suspect. Indeed, according to information revealed by The Sun, Tuesday, January 18, 2022, the team is working on a documentary about the case, claims to have overwhelming evidence.
Among the unsolved criminal investigations, one concerning the disappearance of Madeleine McCann still found no ending. The English girl, nicknamed Maddie , has vanished May 3, 2007, just days before her fourth birthday in the seaside resort of Praia da Luz in Portugal. Since then, dozens of avenues were explored to find her. From collection to the accident disguised through burglary gone wrong, the case had false hopes and also many twists. But today investigation turns to Christian Brueckner , a German 44 years. Since June 2020, the individual has indeed become the main suspect in the case. The German authorities believe that this man, convicted pedophile, was abducted and killed Maddie McCann in the tourist complex. Despite their suspicions, he was never charged in connection with investigations.
Djokovic's deportation exposes Australian border debate
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Weary after two years of some of the harshest COVID-19 border restrictions in the world, many Australians wanted Novak Djokovic kicked out of their country for traveling to a tennis tournament in their country without being vaccinated. But the backdrop to the government's tough line on the defending Australian Open champion — and Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s description of the expulsion as a “decision to keep our borders strong” — dates to nearly a decade ago. It also shines a light on Australia's complicated, and strongly criticized, immigration and border policies.
Meanwhile, a team making a documentary about the case, claims to have proof that Christian Brueckner was near Praia da Luz when Maddie disappeared. These journalists have collected "numerous indications" binding to incident. "The sad story of Madeleine McCann has many connections to Germany. In Brueckner environment, several German men and women can describe some details of the crime. recent months, Jutta Rabe collected information offensive in Germany Portugal and England, seriously incriminating Christian B. " , explained Juliane Ebling, editor, in the columns of The Sun Tuesday, 18 January 2022
Statements contradict another version of
However, these new elements revealed by The Sun contradict recent advances made by British private detectives. According to the investigation led by former detective Surrey Police, Mark Williams-Thomas, the prime suspect of 44 years had an alibi the night of the disappearance of Maddie. " Christian Brueckner could not snatch Madeleine. It was 30 minutes and was not on the phone in Praia da Luz on the night she disappeared", had then reported the Daily Mail January 10, 2022. for its part, the German is currently serving a sentence of seven years in prison for raping a woman of 72 years in 2005. in addition, police also investigating his involvement in three other cases.
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NHL investigation says there is insufficient evidence Evander Kane broke COVID rules .
NEW YORK — The NHL has concluded its investigation of Evander Kane and found that there was insufficient evidence that he lied about his COVID-19 status when travelling during the holiday period. The independent investigation was conducted by law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler. Their report says there was not enough evidence to find that Kane "knowingly made misrepresentations regarding his COVID-19 status or test results" when travelling.The independent investigation was conducted by law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler.