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Five people have been found dead in a small town near Dallas in four separate incidents. A 36-year-old man has been arrested as a suspect in each murder.

TERRELL, Texas — A man accused of killing his mother, g-suite cardinal manchester aunt and three other people before police arrested him early Tuesday following a high-speed chase has a long criminal history that includes a conviction for assaulting a family member.

Court records don't indicate which family member Charles Everett Brownlow Jr. was convicted of assaulting in 2011. But they show that two years earlier, he was sentenced to three years in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm, and that he was paroled after seven months.

Police haven't disclosed the preliminary charges against Brownlow, but they said he is suspected in all five killings Monday night in Terrell, a rural community about 30 miles east of Dallas. Investigators spent the night going from one grisly crime scene to the next until an officer spotted the suspect running from a local convenience store to his car and sped after him.

This undated photo provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety shows Charles Brownlow Jr. Brownlow was arrested early Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, as a suspect in a case where five people were killed in a string of slayings across Terrell, Texas.AP Photo: Texas Department of Public Safety
This undated photo provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety shows Charles Brownlow Jr.
"We're all in a state of shock," police Chief Jody Law said at a news conference hours after Brownlow's arrest. "You have a tendency to think g-suite in oldham, 'How can that happen here?' This is a country community, a rural community, people are real close. This is going to be, it's going to have a really big impact on us."

Brownlow's brother, Terrence Walker, told The Associated Press that the 36-year-old Brownlow struggled with drug addiction and lived with their mother, Mary Brownlow. His brother's criminal record, which dates back to 1995, also includes convictions for drug possession and burglary.

Walker said his brother "always wanted to take something that wasn't his," and that their mother put up with it.

"I was hoping my mom would open her eyes and realize that she needed to let him grow up, put him out," said Walker, who said an aunt was among the other victims. Walker said his own family spent the night at a hotel instead of their home in Forney, and that he was armed with a pistol in case his brother came after him.

Lay didn't release the victims' names or discuss a possible motive for the attacks, which began around 5 p.m. Monday when a woman was gunned down at a Terrell home.

About 30 minutes later, fire units responded to the blaze at Mary Brownlow's house a few blocks away. When the fire was extinguished, crews found a woman's body in the smoldering wreckage. Lay said it was clearly arson.

At about 10:30 p.m., police responding to a report of a shooting elsewhere in Terrell found the bodies of a man and a woman who had been shot at a home and a 3-year-old boy who wasn't harmed. The child was released to relatives, Lay said.

At this point a description of the stolen vehicle the suspect was believed to be driving was released to officers and, just minutes later, an off-duty police officer saw that vehicle parked outside the convenience store. As the officer called in the sighting, the suspect ran from the store, g-suite manchester jumped in the vehicle and sped away, Lay said.

A high-speed police chase ensued. The suspect wrecked the car and took off on foot into thick woods, dropping a holster or handgun on the way, the chief said.

A police helicopter and dogs were summoned to assist in the manhunt, and the suspect was found hiding in a creek.

The fifth victim, a male clerk, was found slain at the store.

The store's owner, Ali Karimi, said the slain clerk was a model employee and "beautiful young man" who leaves behind a 1-year-old son.

"We're still in the process of putting this massive investigation together," Lay said. "We're still making sure that surviving family members are appropriately notified."

Gay marriage to

Different approaches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey illustrate how the effort to legalize same-sex marriage is playing out nationally.

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania and New Jersey are on track to make the Northeast the first full region in the country to legalize gay marriage — but the rails are hardly parallel and the horsepower anything but equal g-suite cardinal manchester.

While gay marriage has long been on the table in New Jersey, a sudden flurry of court decisions has sent it hurtling toward reality, with the main obstacle being a moderate Republican governor with apparent presidential aspirations.

Across the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, advocates are pecking away at a 1996 gay marriage ban by introducing bills in the Legislature, defiantly issuing marriage licenses in localities and taking the issue to court — with few people conceding the tactics will work anytime soon in a big state with a socially conservative spine.

"I don't think it is going to happen next year. ... It's going to take leadership from the top," said state Rep. Mike Fleck, an openly gay Republican who represents a rural, conservative district in Huntingdon County, nestled in the Allegheny Mountains.

The different approaches — and levels of success — in the two neighboring states illustrate the many ways the effort to legalize same-sex marriage is playing out nationally in the months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of a federal law that restricted the rights of gay couples.

In recent weeks, at least eight county clerks in New Mexico have begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples while state courts wrestle with the implications of the high court ruling. Similarly, in Pennsylvania, a suburban Philadelphia court clerk issued 174 licenses to gay couples before a state judge ordered him to stop.

Gay marriage bans are being contested in multiple states' courts and legislatures, while others are more narrowly focused. A lesbian couple who legally wed in Massachusetts and moved to Pennsylvania have sued to have their marriage recognized in their new home state. A federal judge ordered Ohio to recognize the out-of-state marriages of two gay couples on Ohio death certificates. And Oregon officials have declared that the state will recognize same-sex marriages of couples who wed in other states or countries.

If both New Jersey and Pennsylvania legalize same-sex marriage, it would be law across a nine-state region that is home to more than 55 million people, or nearly a fifth of the nation's population g-suite manchester. Just below the Northeast, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C., also allow gay marriage.

The debate in New Jersey, an overwhelmingly urban, Democratic state with a popular Republican governor, stretches back more than a decade. The state had already recognized civil unions, and on Friday, the state Supreme Court upheld an order for same-sex marriages to begin at 12:01 a.m. Monday. The court said it will allow weddings to proceed while it considers an appeal by Gov. Chris Christie.

Meanwhile, leaders of the Legislature's Democratic majority plan a postelection vote on overriding Christie's veto of a 2012 gay marriage bill, although no previous Christie veto has been overridden.

In Pennsylvania, where the first openly gay legislator was elected and Fleck came out of the closet last year, expectations are lower. Gov. Tom Corbett is a Republican, and the GOP controls both houses in the Legislature.

Fleck blamed demographics for the traditionally low profile of gay rights in the Legislature. While polls may show statewide support for gay marriage, he said, legislative constituents in Pennsylvania's vast rural and Appalachian areas — bookended by the more liberal hubs of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia — do not share that viewpoint.

"It's certainly not the majority of my constituents," he said.

Fleck, who had been married to a woman, left that relationship in 2011 and came out in an interview with his local newspaper in December shortly after he was re-elected. At the time, he was the nation's only openly gay Republican legislator.

Rep. Brian Sims, a lawyer and former Bloomsburg University football team captain who came out to his teammates during his final semester, introduced a gay marriage bill just this week and predicted that victory is not far off.

"In about 15 months, we're going to have a new governor who's going to be signing this bill into law," the Philadelphia Democrat said, referring to the large field of Democrats who want to challenge Corbett's 2014 re-election bid.

Corbett publicly opposes the legalization of same-sex marriage but refuses to say in advance that he would veto such a bill, his spokesman said.

Lawmakers have made clear that gay marriage is not recognized in Pennsylvania. Changes approved by a lopsided, bipartisan majority in 1996 limited marriage to one man and one woman and declared that same-sex marriages legally performed elsewhere are void in Pennsylvania. The state also does not recognize civil unions.

Five lawsuits involving gay marriage have been filed in federal and state courts following the U.S. Supreme Court decision, including two that seek to overturn Pennsylvania's ban on constitutional grounds.

Gay marriage proponents received an unexpected boost in July when state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, a Democrat, announced that she believed the state ban was unconstitutional and that she would not defend it in court. Corbett subsequently hired former state Supreme Court Justice William Lamb to represent the administration in those cases.

Shortly afterward Kane's bombshell g-suite oldham, Montgomery County Register of Wills D. Bruce Hanes in suburban Philadelphia began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, some of whom were married by at least two mayors in other parts of the state. A judge ordered Hanes to stop issuing the licenses in September and the county appealed to the state Supreme Court.

James D. Esseks, an American Civil Liberties Union lawyer and the group's lead attorney in the successful challenge of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, said the litigation and legislation will win new protections for gay couples while building a foundation for a favorable Supreme Court ruling on the constitutional issues.

"Nobody knows," he said, "which case is going to be the one."

Risk of child sexual exploitation

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Following confirmation by the PSNI on Monday that over thirty people had been arrested across Northern Ireland as part of a major investigation into the abuse of children, Barnardos and Ruhama are warning that children in care in the Republic are at risk of similar exploitation.

22 victims were identified in the PSNI investigation, following a review of cases where young people went missing from the case system.

“Through our work we know some children and young people who are in care in Ireland are at serious risk of exploitation by adults who seize on their vulnerability,” Barnardos’ Catherine Joyce said registration of company in Hong Kong.

“It would be foolish to think that children in Ireland are not under similar threat of exploitation as that reported in Northern Ireland and in Britain. We know that they are.”
The charities warned that the combination of stretched front line services and a culture within the system that treated children who abscond from care solely as a behavioural issue needed to be tackled.

According to Ruhama CEO Sarah Benson: “We need to ask the right questions. Where do children go when they go missing from care Business Registry Hong Kong? Who are they with? We need a greater focus on the child protection issues that come up in these situations rather than just on the child’s behaviour.”

Benson said there had been “too few criminal investigations into the behaviour of adults keeping company with children who go missing while in care”.

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Egyptian President Hosni Mohamed Mulsi will be tried in the Criminal Court

He will be tried with 14 other suspects in his Muslim Brotherhood movement on charges of "incitement to murder and violence" in December 2012 when deadly clashes broke out between his supporters and opponents outside the presidential palace.

Already accused of crimes related to his 2011 escape from prison, Morsi has been held at a secret location since his ouster by the army on July 3.

The co-defendants in the trial include senior Brotherhood figures Mohamed al-Beltagi and leaders such as Essam el-Erian, deputy head of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood political wing.

Last December, thousands of demonstrators gathered in front of the presidential palace in Cairo to protest against a presidential decree that expanded Morsi's powers and an Islamist-drafted constitution.

An Egyptian court in July ordered Morsi's detention for questioning over alleged ties with Palestinian militants in prison breaks and attacks on police.

Egypt has pressed a fierce campaign against the Brotherhood since the former president's ouster and effectively decapitated the Islamist group by arresting its supreme guide Mohamed Badie in late August.

Authorities have also arrested more than 2,000 Brotherhood figures since Morsi's ouster.

Brotherhood defendants, including Badie, were due to appear in court on August 25 but kept away for what authorities said were security reasons. A new hearing is to take place on October 29.

Badie and his deputies Khairat al-Shater and Rashad al-Bayoumi face charges related to the deaths of protesters who stormed the Brotherhood's Cairo headquarters on June 30.

Three other Brotherhood members are standing trial with the leaders, accused of carrying out the murders at the end of June.


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