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Norway shaken by attack that kills 2 during Pride festival

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Norway Shaken By Attack That Kills 2 During Pride Festival

By MARIA SANMINIATELLI and KARL RITTER

OSLO, Norway (AP) — A gunman opened fire in Oslo’s nightlife district early Saturday, killing two people and leaving more than 20 wounded in what the Norwegian security service called an “Islamist terror act” during the capital’s annual LGBTQ Pride festival.

Investigators said the suspect, identified as a 42-year-old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran, was arrested after opening fire at three locations in downtown Oslo.

Police said two men, one in his 50s and and the other his 60s, died in the shootings. Ten people were treated for serious injuries, but none of them was believed to be in life-threatening condition. Eleven others had minor injuries.

The Norwegian Police Security Service raised its terror alert level from “moderate” to “extraordinary” — the highest level — after the attack, which sent panicked revelers fleeing into the streets or trying to hide from the gunman.

The service’s acting chief, Roger Berg, called the attack an “extreme Islamist terror act” and said the suspect had a “long history of violence and threats,” as well as mental health issues.

He said the agency, known by its Norwegian acronym PST, first became aware of the suspect in 2015 and later grew concerned he had become radicalized and was part of an unspecified Islamist network.

Norwegian media named the suspect as Zaniar Matapour, an Oslo resident who arrived in Norway with his family from a Kurdish part of Iran in the 1990s.

The suspect’s defense lawyer, John Christian Elden, said his client “hasn’t denied” carrying out the attack, but he cautioned against speculation on the motive.

“He has not given any reason. It is too early to conclude whether this is hate crime or terrorism,” Elden said in an email to The Associated Press.

Upon the advice of police, organizers canceled a Pride parade that was set for Saturday as the highlight of a weeklong festival. Scores of people marched through the capital anyway, waving rainbow flags.

Police attorney Christian Hatlo said it was too early to say whether the gunman specifically targeted members of the LGBTQ community.

“We have to look closer at that, we don’t know yet,” he said.

Police said civilians assisted them in detaining the man in custody, who was being held on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and terrorism, based on the number of people targeted at multiple locations.

Investigators seized two weapons after the attack: a handgun and an automatic weapon. Hatlo described both as “not modern” but did not give details.

Not far from Oslo’s cathedral, crime scene tape cordoned off the bars where the shootings took place, including the London Pub, which is popular with the city’s LGBTQ community.

Crowds gathered outside and dropped off cards and flowers at impromptu memorials.

Martin Ebbestad, 29, had walked by earlier, seen the memorials and returned with flowers.

London Pub “is our go-to place. My boyfriend left 20 minutes before (it happened). He was sitting outside in the smoking area,” Ebbestad said. “We know this place so well. It doesn’t feel unsafe, but it does feel very close.”

Norwegian television channel TV2 showed footage of people running down Oslo streets in panic as shots rang out in the background. Olav Roenneberg, a journalist from Norwegian public broadcaster NRK, said he witnessed the shooting.

“I saw a man arrive at the site with a bag. He picked up a weapon and started shooting,” Roenneberg told NRK. “First I thought it was an air gun. Then the glass of the bar next door was shattered and I understood I had to run for cover.”

Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere called the shooting a “cruel and deeply shocking attack on innocent people.”

He said that while the motive was unclear, the shooting had caused fear and grief in the LGBTQ community.

“We all stand by you,” Gahr Stoere wrote on Facebook.

Christian Bredeli, who was at the London Pub, told Norwegian newspaper VG that he hid on the fourth floor with a group of about 10 people until he was told it was safe to come out.

“Many were fearing for their lives,” he said. “On our way out we saw several injured people, so we understood that something serious had happened.”

Desta G. Selassie, a co-owner of the London Pub, told AP that employees who witnessed the shooting were in shock and receiving psychological counseling.

Police said the suspect had a criminal record that included a narcotics offense and a weapons offense for carrying a knife.

PST said it spoke to him in May this year “because he had shown a certain interest in statements that were interpreted as insults to Islam.”

“In these conversations, it was assessed that he had no intention of violence, but PST is aware that he has had challenges related to mental health,” the agency said in a statement.

Organizers of Oslo Pride canceled the parade and other scheduled events, and encouraged “people all over Norway to show solidarity” in their homes, neighborhoods and on social media instead.

“We’ll be back later, proud, visible, but right now it’s not the time for that,” Inge Alexander Gjestvang, leader of FRI, a Norwegian organization for sexual and gender diversity, told TV2.

Like its Scandinavian neighbors, Norway is considered progressive on LGBTQ rights. There is widespread support for same-sex marriage, which was legalized in 2009. In 2016, Norway became one of the world’s first countries to allow transgender people to legally change their gender without a doctor’s agreement or intervention.

Norway’s King Harald V offered condolences to the relatives of victims and said the royal family was “horrified” by the attack.

“We must stand together to defend our values: freedom, diversity and respect for each other. We must continue to stand up for all people to feel safe,” the monarch said.

World leaders condemned the attack on their way to a Group of Seven summit in Germany. The summit’s host, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, tweeted, “The Norwegian people can be sure of our sympathy. The fight against terror unites us.” French President Emmanuel Macron offered his condolences in a tweet in Norwegian.

John Kirby, spokesman for the White House National Security Council, told reporters while flying with U.S. President Joe Biden to the G-7 summit, “Our hearts obviously go out to all the families there of the victims, the people of Norway, which is a tremendous ally, and of course the LGBTQI+ community, there and around the world, quite frankly.”

Norway has a relatively low crime rate but has experienced a series of so-called lone wolf attacks in recent decades, including one of the worst mass shootings in Europe. In 2011, a right-wing extremist killed 69 people on the island of Utoya after setting off a bomb in Oslo that left eight dead.

In 2019, another right-wing extremist killed his stepsister and then opened fire in a mosque but was overpowered before anyone there was injured.

Last year, a Norwegian man armed with knives and a bow and arrow killed five people in a town in southern Norway. The attacker, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia, was sentenced Friday to compulsory psychiatric care.

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Ritter reported from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Jari Tanner in Helsinki and Sarah Hambro in Oslo contributed to this report.

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Dennis Hare arrested for murder after ‘suspicious’ death of woman near Fountain

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A man was arrested on Tuesday for first degree murder after the death of a woman near Fountain was deemed “suspicious”, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said.

Fountain police were called to a reported overdose in the 9000 block of Squirrel Creek Road, outside of Fountain, where they found Lisa Weidlich, 43, dead.

After determining the matter was within the jurisdiction of El Paso County, detectives from the Sheriff’s Office attended the scene to investigate.

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The bathrooms of houses for sale in Canada are… strange. “People do it differently in the north”

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The Bathrooms Of Houses For Sale In Canada Are... Strange. “People Do It Differently In The North”

An estate on the real estate market in Ontario, Canada for $2.29 million will enchant some with its fairytale interior, but others? Well, they’re a little confused.

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The lakeside property has a “resort setting,” according to the listing on Zillow.com, and even comes with a dock that’s a “combined boathouse-barge,” sure to appeal to lovers water and outdoor enthusiasts.

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While the grounds are attractive, it’s the six bedrooms and four bathrooms inside that might seem playful – or alarming. Especially the bathrooms that look like something straight out of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.

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At least some of them do.

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The rest of the house carries a charming aesthetic, however.

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There’s also what appears to be a swivel bed and a bunk bed that includes a slide.

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But it was these bathrooms that caught the attention of fans of Friday Night Zillowa fun Twitter hashtag focused on quirky homes in the real estate market run by Bloomberg congressional reporter Steven Dennis.

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“I have questions,” one person quotes-tweeted about the stone shower.

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“I am eager to see the toilets“said another.

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party shower made of stone!” someone tweeted.

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“Their culture is far superior“, one person noted.

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“Wait to see the soap dispenser,” someone said.

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“Could be illegal in many Southern states…,” another joked.

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“People do things differently North“, one person tweeted.

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Chiliz, Near Protocol, and Proprivex Token (PPX)- Top 3 Cryptocurrencies You Should Consider Following in the Bear Market

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The all-time highs of cryptocurrencies in 2021 seem like a distant memory as major crypto assets lost value following the 2022 crypto collapse, which ended their historic bullish trend. However, as investors have been steering clear of riskier assets, cryptocurrency has been hammered particularly hard. Additionally, institutions and other major players in the space that made investments close to the market’s peak are under pressure due to the recent crypto crash.

Investing in cryptocurrencies comes with its own risks, just like any other investment. However, we’ve put together three crypto projects worth considering following the bear market. Chiliz (CHZ), Near Protocol (NEAR), and the latest project, Proprivex Token (PPX), have features that make them worthy of consideration.

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Chiliz, Near Protocol, and Proprivex Token (PPX)- Top 3 Cryptocurrencies You Should Consider Following in the Bear Market

Chiliz (CHZ) – Bringin Sports Fans Together

Alexandre Dreyfus, the CEO and creator of Socios created Chiliz in 2018 to bring together sports fans and their preferred teams. Socios developed the Chiliz network and Socios platform after raising $66 million in a private placement fundraising round headed by Jump Trading. As part of a significant partnership with Juventus, Socios launched its platform in 2019, enabling users to exchange CHZ for JUV tokens. Since then, Socios has collaborated with several champions league soccer teams, including FC Barcelona.

The Chiliz (CHZ) network is connected to a secondary sidechain or blockchain used by the fan token platform. Sports organizations can decide to put up their sidechain and tailor the number of fan tokens they want to circulate. The Chiliz network charges transaction fees to teams who choose to issue fan tokens. The native cryptocurrency of the Chiliz network is  CHZ, enabling users to buy Fan Tokens on Socios.com. The token was initially released as an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token. Still, after entering into a strategic collaboration with Binance, it also started offering Binance Smart Chain BEP-2 versions of the token.

Near Protocol (NEAR) – The Community-led Token

The NEAR Protocol (NEAR) was designed as a community-run cloud computing platform and featured a public Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain with smart contract functionality. NEAR, created by the NEAR Collective, aims to compete with Ethereum and other top smart contract-enabled blockchains like EOS and Polkadot by being built to host decentralized applications (dApps). The native token of Near Protocol, also known as NEAR, is used to cover transaction and storage costs. Token owners who take part in reaching network consensus by acting as transaction validators may also stake NEAR tokens.

Near Protocol aims to provide a platform that is both user and developer friendly. Near Protocol has included features like enabling new users to connect with dApps and smart contracts without ever needing to create a wallet to fulfill this aim. As well as the option to develop human-readable account names rather than just cryptographic wallet addresses. Mintbase, a non-fungible token(NFT) minting platform, and Flux, a protocol that enables developers to build markets based on assets, commodities, real-world events, and more, are examples of projects based on the Near Protocol.

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What Is Proprivex Token (PPX)?

Proprivex Token (PPX) is a platform for trading and managing portfolios focused on digital assets and currencies. Usually, traditional financial assets are managed differently from

digital assets based on laid-down standards. Also, the markets, risks, volatility, and security hazards are all completely different since the bulk of their features varies. The crypto project aims to make it easier for crypto investors to manage multiple portfolios from a single location. Proprivex Token aims to make blockchain accessible to all users with ease and comfort.

Proprivex Token is constructing an intuitive ecosystem to alter public perceptions of blockchain technology and digital assets. Because of the ecosystem’s efficient and safe capabilities, various crypto assets can be traded, staked, managed, and fully secured. Previously, specific self-acclaimed individuals and organizations have promised to help crypto investors manage their portfolios effectively, all to no avail.

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Column: Dylan Cease-Justin Verlander matchup brings us back to a time when ace starters ruled baseball

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Column: Dylan Cease-Justin Verlander Matchup Brings Us Back To A Time When Ace Starters Ruled Baseball

Dylan Cease admitted Monday he sometimes thinks about his chances of winning the American League Cy Young Award during his breakout season.

Chalk it up to the joy of youth?

“Old guys think about it too,” Justin Verlander said with a laugh. “It’s very natural.”

Cease, the 26-year-old Chicago White Sox ace, faces Verlander, the 39-year-old Cy Young favorite, on Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field in the second game of a key series between the Sox and Houston Astros.

Monday’s 4-2, come-from-behind Sox victory was an appetizer for the main course, and both starters seemed primed for the showdown.

“Two guys having good years, and it’ll be fun,” Verlander said. “I don’t think you get a lot of moments where you get two guys having great years like this matchup. Things have to align, so it’s very exciting.”

The game has changed so much over the years, with starters getting lifted even after six or seven no-hit innings and front-office executives game-planning the pitching moves with the manager hours before the first pitch.

Whether it’s better or worse for the game is in the eye of the beholder. To some of us dinosaurs, turning the game over to anonymous relievers is never as fun as watching two dominant pitchers trying to outduel each other for nine innings, even if their stuff isn’t quite as good as it was the first time through the order.

But that’s irrelevant now. Baseball never will go back to the days when a starter throwing well wouldn’t give up the ball unless it was pried out of his hand. Analytics have turned managers into drones. “Five and dive” has been replaced with “five and survive.”

All we can do is appreciate the rare occasions when two dominant starters go head-to-head in a regular-season game — and hope the managers understand this is entertainment. Many fans want to see which pitcher comes out on top, not which one gives his team a chance to win with 85 pitches.

Tony La Russa and Dusty Baker are the kind of old-school managers one might think would give their starters a little more leeway in a marquee matchup such as Verlander-Cease. We’ll see.

They’re also new-school thinkers when it comes to ensuring their aces are still healthy and durable come October, so don’t expect a return to the days when pitch counts were thrown out the window.

Still, Baker knows it’s something the game needs.

“I was thinking about it today,” he said. “This is like when I was a kid — (Sandy) Koufax and Juan Marichal, or Don Drysdale and Gaylord Perry, Ferguson Jenkins and Bob Gibson. These are classic, classic (matchups). I remember when Don Sutton on our team (the Los Angeles Dodgers) was facing Nolan Ryan.

“I’m going to have to really be careful and make sure I don’t spectate and manage. Because if I was at home, I’d get me a bowl of popcorn and some beer and the only time I’d leave would be if there was a commercial or it was between innings because that’s a classic (matchup).”

Baker said the reason there aren’t more classic matchups is there were fewer teams back in the day, and four-man rotations made it likelier that two No. 1s might go head-to-head.

While that’s true, there’s also a lack of star power when it comes to starting pitchers. There are many well-paid starters but few must-see pitchers like Verlander, Max Scherzer and Clayton Kershaw.

Cease may be on his way — as evidenced by his record streak of 14 consecutive starts allowing one or no earned runs — but he’ll have to prove himself for a few more years to reach that status.

Can he imagine himself pitching at Verlander’s age?

“I haven’t even thought about it,” he said. “It’s hard to fathom, but I guess he and Scherzer are showing that if you take care of yourself, there’s no reason why your (velocity) or anything has to dip. Guys like that are making it easier to picture for sure.”

Cease revealed himself Monday to be the Sox’s poet laureate. He unveiled a poem he wrote about his slider called “O Slider Slide” and had the team distribute T-shirts with the verses on the back. A sampling:

“O slider slide o’ slider slide.

“In the strike zone indeed a win is implied.”

Well, Dylan Thomas had to start somewhere, and he probably couldn’t even throw a slider. You have to give Cease credit for putting himself out there.

Matchup aside, this is a huge series for the Sox, who were taken apart by these same Astros in October in the AL Division Series and have yet to recover.

Baker pointed to the Sox injuries, saying, “It’s not the uniform, it’s the person in the uniform.”

“If I’m playing my first team against your second team, over the long run I’m going to win most of the time and you’re going to lose most of the time,” he said.

The Sox greeted the Astros by playing “Bang the Drum All Day” during the introduction of the Houston lineup, a shot at their sign-stealing past. The Astros responded by hitting Sox starter Johnny Cueto hard in a two-run first inning, aided by a Josh Harrison error.

Cueto settled down and didn’t give up another run through the eighth, allowing the Sox to rally with four runs in the bottom of the eighth.

Maybe the scoreboard guys should’ve played “Golden Slumbers” for the Sox, who have been asleep at the wheel much of the season. The Astros, meanwhile, haven’t had any problems getting up for games, even with a sizable lead in the AL West.

“We expect guys to be their best version of themselves, and we all hold each other accountable,” Verlander said.

Baker said not to count the Sox out.

“They’re in a good division to be where they are,” he said. “I remember when Tony La Russa won 83 games and won the World Series (with the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals).”

So does La Russa.

“I know he does,” Baker said. “You just want to get in the dance. Our job is to stop them from getting in the dance.”

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PALM BEACH, Fla. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) – The federal magistrate judge who approved the Mar-a-Lago search warrant will hold a hearing Thursday in Florida court to discuss requests to unseale the affidavit of cause probable investigators, who the Department of Justice opposed his release.

A federal judge on Friday unsealed the search warrant and property receipt from the FBI’s search of former President Donald Trump’s resort in Palm Beach, Florida, a decision backed by the Justice Department, but On Monday, the DOJ said it opposed the release of the affidavit specifically in an effort to protect witnesses and keep grand jury proceedings confidential.

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“Disclosure of the government affidavit at this stage would also likely impede future cooperation of witnesses whose assistance may be sought as this investigation progresses, as well as in other high-profile investigations,” wrote the Department of Justice. “The fact that this investigation involves highly classified documents further underscores the need to protect the integrity of the investigation and exacerbates the potential harm if information is released to the public prematurely or inappropriately.”

Media organizations, including CNN, had demanded that the affidavit be unsealed after the search last week at Trump’s Palm Beach, Fla., club and residence.

Thursday’s hearing announcement came hours before two people briefed on the matter told CNN that the FBI interviewed former White House attorney Pat Cipollone and his former deputy Patrick Philbin earlier this year. as part of the investigation into federal records brought to Trump’s home in Palm Beach. .

The two are the most senior Trump officials questioned in what is now a criminal investigation into possible mishandling of classified information and obstruction. The couple are among a group of former Trump aides the FBI interviewed after the criminal investigation began this spring, those briefed on the matter said.

The DOJ gave details in the affidavit that lay out the argument investigators made to Federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart explaining probable cause that he had to search Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate last week. The search, documents say, was an evidence-gathering step in a national security investigation into presidential records at Mar-a-Lago. Trump owns the sprawling estate, and it is his primary residence as well as a members-only club and resort.

The FBI recovered 11 sets of classified documents during its search, including some documents marked as “top secret/SCI” – one of the highest classification levels, according to search warrant documents released on Friday .

The FBI returned three passports to Trump’s lawyers after they were inadvertently seized during the search last week. The FBI said Monday night in response to questions about passports that it follows established procedures authorized by the courts and returns items not needed for law enforcement purposes.

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The statement came after comments from Trump on his social media platform that the FBI had “stolen” three of his passports during the search of his Mar-a-Lago property.

Trump’s social media post came hours after the Justice Department informed its attorneys that an FBI team had seized the passports and they were being returned, according to an email posted to social media. by a Trump spokesperson.

“In executing search warrants, the FBI follows court-ordered search and seizure procedures and then releases items that do not need to be retained for law enforcement purposes” , the FBI said in a statement.

During an appearance on Fox Monday night, Trump’s attorney, Lindsey Halligan, just said investigators have already returned the passports. “They gave them to his lawyers today, so he’ll have them soon,” Halligan told Fox’s Sean Hannity.

The DOJ screening team – which works to sort confidential attorney-client communications and other highly personal information from evidence during an investigation – had collected two expired passports and Trump’s active diplomatic passport during research, according to an email from Trump spokesman Jay Budowich. public on Monday evening. Trump’s legal team had received this email from the lead prosecutor in the investigation.

The communication makes it clear that the seizure of the passport was a standard part of the search which was resolved quickly, and not a punitive action taken by the Department of Justice.

This story was updated with additional developments on Tuesday.

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New York’s notorious Rikers Island prison sees corrections captain stabbed in the neck by suspected gang gunman

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An accused gangbanger imprisoned at Rikers Island for fatally shooting an innocent bystander allegedly stabbed a corrections captain in the neck in the infamous New York dungeon.

In a melee that erupted around 2:25 p.m. Tuesday, inmate Malik Facey is accused of stabbing a Rikers Island captain in the neck inside the George R. Vierno Center, the NY Daily News reported. , citing the New York City Department of Correction.

The captain was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in Queens in stable condition, while corrections “continue the re-arrest” of Facey.

“This was a heinous assault on a captain who was just doing his job,” New York Corrections Commissioner Louis Molina said in a statement. “Violence against staff is never tolerated.”

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Facey is being held at the prison complex in connection with the July 13, 2019 murder of James Weeks, 25, who was shot in the face by a stray bullet on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, according to the newspaper.

In this neighborhood, rival Up the Hill and Down the Hill gangs have engaged in an ongoing violent war exasperated in May by the robbery of 23-year-old nail salon owner Nikki Huang.

Huang complained to her friends in the Up the Hill gang about being whipped with a gun and being robbed of her expensive Louis Vuitton bag.

In retaliation, the buddies allegedly murdered 21-year-old Brandon Atkinson, whose brother is believed to be a superior in the Down the Hill gang. Another shooting erupted about an hour later, injuring a 22-year-old Down the Hill member and a 19-year-old bystander.

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Members of the Furious Down the Hill gang then allegedly kidnapped Huang and his former college basketball player friend Jesse Parrilla, 22, whose bodies were found burned beyond recognition inside the Honda Accord charred from Parrilla’s mother near a golf course in the Bronx.

The first arrest in this dispute came on August 9, when 18-year-old Zymir Humphrey was extradited from West Virginia to New York to face murder and weapons possession charges in Atkinson’s death. .

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The NYPD is still looking for Jahmel Sanders, 30, and Steven Santiago, 34, both wanted for questioning in connection with the gruesome killings of Huang and Parrilla.

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