Oklahoma woman imprisoned in failure-to-protect case is free

Oklahoma woman imprisoned in failure-to-protect case is freeAn Oklahoma woman whose sentence for failing to report her boyfriend’s abuse of her children was far harsher than his for the abuse itself wiped away tears and hugged family and friends Friday as she was released after 15 years. Tondalao Hall, 35, left a women’s prison in McLoud, Oklahoma, after serving about 13 more years behind bars than her boyfriend, who pleaded guilty in 2006 but was released on probation with credit for time served. “Blessed to be with my family, I just want to be with my family,” Hall said as she walked away from the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center on the eastern edge of Oklahoma City.

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Spain court agrees to extradite Venezuelan ex-intelligence chief to USA: EFE

Fri Nov 8 , 2019
Spain’s High Court has agreed to extradite former Venezuelan intelligence chief Hugo Carvajal to the United States, reversing a previous ruling to deny the extradition request, EFE news agency reported on Friday, citing judicial sources. Carvajal’s lawyer told Reuters she had not been notified of any court decision. The former general was arrested by Spanish police in April at the request of U.S. authorities, but Spain’s High Court then ruled in September that he should be released and his extradition request denied. Posts from the same category: Australian sentenced to 36 years for murder, rape of Israeli Epstein's jail guards […]