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Monday, July 01, 2019

ICE releases FY19 second quarter enforcement data

Statement attributable to Nathalie R. Asher (ICE Executive Associate Director) – The enforcement statistics from January-March 2019 illustrate that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is committed to arresting and removing unlawfully present aliens, with criminal histories, who threaten public safety and endanger immigrant communities. During this time period, more than 85 percent of aliens arrested by ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations officers, and more than 91 percent of aliens removed from the interior of the United States, had received criminal convictions or pending criminal charges.
The situation at the border continues to impact interior enforcement, with ERO personnel routinely detailed to support the processing and detention of arriving aliens. Administrative arrests of criminal aliens over the first two quarters of FY19 are down 14 percent versus the same time period in FY18. And, ICE removals stemming from U.S. Customs and Border Protection apprehensions have increased 10 percent in the first two quarters of FY19 over FY18. The agency is dedicated to using its authorities to enforce U.S. immigration laws, and ICE officers will continue to conduct enforcement humanely, respectfully and with professionalism.
ICE Removals by Arresting Agency: FY2019 Q2 (01/01/2019 - 03/31/2019)
Arresting AgencyConvicted CriminalPending Criminal ChargesOther Immigration ViolatorTotal
Editor's Note: The arrest and removal statistics provided in this announcement include preliminary data. Official numbers can vary slightly from preliminary data depending on when statistics are reported and collected. Enforcement data is not considered final and static until the end of the fiscal year.

Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention Reports June Success Through Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network

ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP) today announced another successful month for the Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network (MCIN). In June, law enforcement agencies as a part of MCIN coalitions, targeted gangs, drug distribution, and other illegal activity. These efforts resulted in the arrest of dozens of violent and dangerous gang members, as well as the seizure of thousands of dollars worth of weapons, narcotics, and cash. 
MCIN is a criminal justice strategy funded by the Hogan administration through the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. Announced by Governor Hogan in 2017, the MCIN strategy encourages local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to collaborate and share information to target, disrupt, and dismantle gangs, as well as drug, firearm, and human trafficking operations.
“The work done by our law enforcement partners as a part of the Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network reflects the benefits of collaboration, strategic policing,, and information sharing,” said Glenn Fueston, Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. “Law enforcement agencies are working together to protect the people of Maryland, and our quality of life. As a result, we are able to aggressively target criminal enterprises and deter them from taking root in our state.” 
Annapolis MCIN
Members of the Annapolis Police Drug Enforcement, Patrol, FLEX, Intelligence, and K-9 units conducted an initiative in the Harbour House and Robinwood communities after reports of illegal drug sales and gun violence. Officers found a man involved in suspected illegal drug activity at Brashears and Monroe Streets and searched a vehicle he was standing against. Police say they seized more than $50,000 in illegal drugs including:
  • 261 grams of suspected heroin 
  • 124 grams of suspected crack cocaine 
  • 44 grams of suspected powder cocaine 
  • Five fluid ounces of suspected PCP
  • More than $1,100 in cash
Annapolis Police arrested the 60-year-old suspect for drug possession and possession with intent to distribute narcotics.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Dem Debates An Embarrassment, Trump Won

Basketball icon and vaunted social justice warrior Kareem Abdul-Jabbar came away furious from the first round of the Democratic Party's presidential debates this week and proposed some remedies to prevent his ire in the future.

Writing in The Hollywood Reporter, Abdul-Jabbar had nothing positive to say about any of the candidates this week and declared Trump the winner to what he described as a game of "Presidential Musical Chairs."

"The newest season of the reality show 'Side-eyeing Toward Washington' kicked off this week with the Democrats’ Horde of Hopefuls having engaged in two nights of televised scoffing, snarking and Spanglish," said Kareem. "While it’s all very entertaining to witness the drama of ambitious politicians jockeying for the last seat in Presidential Musical Chairs, the abilities necessary to be successful in this quiz show format of debate are not the same abilities necessary to be the leader of the free world."


Three arrested during antifa counterprotests in Portland

The Portland Police Bureau announced that they had arrested three people in connection to the violence that occurred during Saturday's civil disturbance in Portland, Oregon.

"Beginning around noon, groups gathered in Pioneer Courthouse Square, Chapman Square, Lownsdale Park Square, and on the East end of the Hawthorne Bridge. A baseball bat was surrendered to police at Lownsdale Park Square by a participant," the Bureau said in a press release.

The police bureau said "there were multiple assaults reported, as well as projectiles thrown at demonstrators and officers. There were also reports of pepper spray and bear spray being used by people in the crowd. Officers deployed pepper spray during the incident," adding one person was arrested for throwing a "milkshake" made up of quick-drying cement.


Man sues fast-food chain over lack of hash browns, says his civil rights were violated

A North Carolina man has filed a lawsuit against the fast-food chain Hardee's, claiming one of its locations violated his civil rights when employees did not give him enough hash browns.

The Fayetteville Observer reported Tommy Martin, who is black, said the May 2018 incident left him upset and gave him cibophobia, a fear of food.

Martin says the chain's Belmont location withheld some of its Hash Rounds when he ordered them as a side with his breakfast platter.

The paper reported a typical order of the side contains 12 Hash Rounds. Martin claims he only received two in his order.

Martin told the Charlotte Observer he believes the incident was racially motivated because he was the only nonwhite person inside the restaurant.


Coast Guard assists 3 aboard vessel taking on water off Ocean City, Md.

BALTIMORE — The Coast Guard assisted three people aboard a vessel taking on water in Ocean City Inlet Saturday afternoon.

A good Samaritan called watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Maryland-National Capital Region via VHF-FM marine radio channel 16 at 2:10 p.m. to notify them that a nearby 24-foot vessel had hit the rocks and was taking on water.

An already-underway 24-foot Special Purpose Craft-Shallow Water boat crew from Coast Guard Station Ocean City diverted from their patrol to assist.

A boat crew with the Maryland Natural Resources Police had the vessel in tow when the Coast Guard crew arrived on scene. The Station Ocean City crew took over the tow, dewatered the vessel, then transported the boat and the three mariners to Sunset Marina.

“Channel 16 is a critical lifeline between boaters in distress and the Coast Guard,” said Petty Officer 3rd Class Zackary Schultz, coxswain for the case. “Having a reliable communications device like a VHF marine radio can save your life when you need assistance.”

Sanders campaign fundraises off man arrested for causing panic at Trump rally

The official Instagram account of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders attempted to raise money on Sunday by using a video of a man who was arrested for inducing panic at a 2016 Trump campaign rally.

"Want to really scare Trump? Help us show the strength of our campaign to defeat him—chip in before our fundraising deadline at midnight at the link in bio," the post read. Attached was a doctored video in which then-candidate Trump appears to be startled by Sanders.

In the original video, recorded March 2016 during a campaign rally in Dayton, Ohio, Trump was actually frightened by college student Thomas DiMassimo, who was attempting to storm the stage.


Apple Moves Mac Pro Production to China

The $6,000 desktop computer had been the company’s only major device assembled in the U.S.

Apple Inc. is manufacturing its new Mac Pro computer in China, according to people familiar with its plans, shifting abroad production of what had been its only major device assembled in the U.S. as trade tensions escalate between the Trump administration and Beijing.

The tech giant has tapped Taiwanese contractor Quanta Computer Inc. to manufacture the $6,000 desktop computer and is ramping up production at a factory near Shanghai, the people said. Apple can save on shipping costs for components given the proximity of many of its suppliers to Shanghai, rather than having to supply a factory in the U.S.

While the Mac Pro isn’t one of Apple’s higher-volume products, the decision on where to make it carries out-size significance.

More here

New laws in Maryland taking effect July 1

BALTIMORE —Starting July 1, several new laws passed in the General Assembly this year go into effect.

Under one law, schools are prohibited from expunging data from personnel files in cases of employee sexual misconduct. In the past, schools were bound by separation agreements and could not mention if an employee was accused of sexual misconduct, thereby allowing accused educators to move from job to job.

Another law is aimed at increasing transparency for the University of Maryland Board of Regents. It's now required to live stream meetings online, add four members to the 17-member board and include votes from open and closed meetings to the public. This law follows concerns about the board's handling of the death of football player Jordan McNair.

Johns Hopkins University can now lawfully create its own armed police force on its academic and main medical campus in Baltimore. This has been very controversial over the past few months as student activists held sit-ins protesting the decision. There is no timetable yet, though, as to when that force would be created.


Trump Rape Accuser E. Jean Carroll: ‘I Have Not Been Raped’

Trump rape accuser E. Jean Carroll continued on Thursday to make a series of bizarre statements surrounding her allegation that she was raped in the 1990s by President Donald Trump, telling The New York Times in an interview that she has "not been raped."

"Every woman gets to choose her word. Every woman gets to choose how she describes it. This is my way of saying it. This is my word. My word is 'fight.' My word is not the victim word. I have not been raped," Carroll said. "Something has not been done to me. I fought, that’s the thing."

Carroll came out with her allegations late last week, claiming that the "incident occurred at the department store Bergdorf Goodman in either the fall of 1995 or the spring of 1996," Fox News reported.


74% Of US Housing Market Unaffordable For Average American

ATTOM Data Solutions published its 2Q19 US Home Affordability Report, which reveals median home prices last quarter weren't affordable for the average American in 74% (353 of 480 counties) of the counties analyzed.

The most unaffordable counties, the reported noted, were in Los Angeles County, California; Cook County (Chicago), Illinois; Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona; San Diego County, California; and Orange County, California.
"Despite falling mortgage rates and rising wages, the cost of owning the typical home remains out of reach or a significant financial stretch for the nation's average wage earners," said Todd Teta, chief product office with ATTOM.
House price appreciation outpaced weekly wage growth in 40%, or 192 of the 480 counties, including Maricopa County (Phoenix), Arizona; Riverside County, California; San Bernardino County (Riverside), California; Tarrant County (Dallas-Fort Worth), Texas; and Wayne County (Detroit), Michigan.


Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg Makes a Huge Political Donation to Planned Parenthood

Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg is donating $1 million to the political arm of Planned Parenthood as the company wrestles with claims of a conservative bias.

“I think this is a very urgent moment where the rights and the choices and the basic health of the most vulnerable women—the women who have been marginalized, often women of color—are at stake,” Sandberg told HuffPost on Friday. “And so all of us have to do our part to fight these draconian laws.”

She previously donated $1 million to the organization in 2017 amid reports that Republicans were planning on defunding the group. The Facebook executive was also a major supporter of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016.


FORGOTTEN AMERICA: Woman Thanks President Trump For Not Forgetting Her

Man Allegedly Stabs Officer with Screwdriver, Gets Shot Dead

Body cam video from a Sugercreek, Ohio, officer shows a truck driver allegedly stab the officer with a screwdriver before being shot dead.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, and the video was released the next day.

Cleveland 19 reports that the officer, Captain Brian Dalton, was allegedly attacked with a screwdriver around 10:00 am.

Dalton came into contact with the suspect, 32-year-old Elijah Collins III, while responding to reports of a truck being driven through lawns.


Large memorial made from dog tags of fallen U.S. soldiers is coming to D.C.

WASHINGTON (ABC7/WJLA) – The Veterans & Athletes United VAU Fallen Heroes Memorial is coming to the Pentagon in October.

On Memorial Day in 2018, the VAU completed their traveling Global War on Terror Memorial flag to honor 7,000 veterans of the War on Terror and Gold Star families. The flag was created to help raise awareness of the sacrifice paid by the U.S. military servicemen and women that died fighting for the American people.

The memorial is a 28-foot wide by six-foot tall American flag that resembles the flag draped over a fallen service member's casket. It is crafted out of approximately 7,000 dog tags of all those who have fallen in the War on Terror.


A bill would make it illegal to contact employees after work

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - It's not a stretch to say most people believe the best part of the work day is when it's over. For many people though, the work day never really ends because their boss can call or email at any time.

"We live under that anxiety and never really take the time to decompress," says Brooklyn Councilman Rafael Espinal Jr.

Espinal introduced a bill which would make it illegal for private companies with ten or more workers to force employees to answer work communications outside of work hours.

The measure would not apply to jobs that require employees to be on call 24 hours a day, and includes exceptions for emergencies. The bill also would not make it illegal for an employer to contact you, just illegal for them to reprimand an employee who does not respond.


Swamp Report: 430 Former Members of Congress Are Lobbyists, Government Influencers

Former politicians regularly monetize their experience and contacts by becoming lobbyists, consultants, and joining other endeavors to influence government activities.

Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute and senior contributor at Breitbart News, explained the ubiquity of this phenomenon in episode three of his eponymous investigative video series.

In the latest edition of The Drill Down With Peter Schweizer, published at RealClearInvestigations on Wednesday, Schweizer highlights the following figures:

  • 430 former politicians — both congressmen and senators — are now being paid to help shape government policies as lobbyists, consultants, and in other capacities.
  • 60 percent — nearly two-thirds — of the 44 members who took new jobs after leaving Congress in 2019 now work in lobbying, consulting, or otherwise influencing government activities. 

Many in media changing their tune on border 'crisis' after claiming it was 'manufactured'

Media pundits and anchors seemingly switched gears in recent weeks and now consider the immigration problems at the southern border a "crisis," after months of downplaying the issue and blaming President Trump.

Recent reporting on the southern border has shown overcrowding of federal facilities, outbreaks of disease, issues with migrant children and general chaos -- raising questions of ethics and legality regarding immigrant detention and processing.

Grabien News published a media montage earlier this week of various news figures and commentators from major networks minimizing the crisis and accusing Trump of being untruthful.


Federal judge: Let doctors into child migrant detention centers, quickly

A federal judge has ordered US Customs and Border Protection to permit health experts into detention facilities holding migrant children to ensure they're "safe and sanitary" and assess the children's medical needs.

Inside a Florida migrant facility

The order encompasses all facilities in the CBP's El Paso and Rio Grande Valley sectors, which are the subject of a lawsuit.


Baltimore attorney arrested on drug charges at Hagerstown prison

HAGERSTOWN, Md. —State authorities arrested a Baltimore attorney Friday on charges of smuggling drugs into a Hagerstown prison.

Steven Thurman Mitchell is accused of sneaking the narcotic suboxone to a client Friday afternoon during a visit to the Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown, according to the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.

DPSCS officials said correctional officers noticed Mitchell trying to leave the facility at about 2 p.m. without two binders with which he entered. A front lobby correctional officer signaled for a fellow officer to grab the folders from the client Mitchell visited, inmate Mandel Brown.

A search of the binders recovered 125 strips of the narcotic suboxone, DPSCS officails said.


Here’s Undeniable Proof That the Media Despises Trump

Covering politics with a sense of fairness requires journalists to acknowledge that politicians, even the ones they despise, at some point, somewhere, on some matter, do something right.

Not so President Donald Trump. Journalists simply cannot admit that anything Trump has done or is doing or thinking is good for the United States because it will reflect positively on him. That they just won’t allow.

Since he announced his run for president, Trump has drawn more negative press than any presidential candidate or president in history. Trump’s staunchest enemies—liberals and Never-Trumpers alike—will argue that this is the truly objective, fair, and accurate read on the present condition.


Virginia county school board member ousted after voting to change Confederate school names

A Hanover County School Board member who voted to change the names of two schools honoring Confederate leaders has lost her seat on the board.

Marla Coleman, who represents the Henry District on the county School Board, will not serve a second term after the county Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to appoint longtime federal government worker George E. Sutton to the post rather than Coleman.

The Board of Supervisors member who opted against renominating Coleman said Coleman’s lack of support for keeping the names of Lee-Davis High School and Stonewall Jackson Middle School wasn’t the reason she was ousted.

“I make decisions based on qualifications — not politics,” said Sean Davis, the Henry District representative on the Board of Supervisors.


U.Md. at risk of losing accreditation needed for federal financial aid

The University of Maryland is at risk of losing an accreditation, which could result in the school and students losing out on federal financial aid.

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education announced Friday that it has put the University of Maryland under warning and is requiring the university to address concerns by March 2020.

Among the demands from the commission: University of Maryland and its Board of Regents must be able to prove it has “a clearly articulated and transparent governance structure.”


New York Times publishes detailed recommendations about how to doxx Border Patrol agents

Would the New York Times publish the precise instructions for making bombs, the way Bill "I don't think we did enough" did it? So far, no. But they might as well, given that they have published an unhinged op-ed recommending in precise detail the illegal doxxing of Border Patrol agents, their middle managers, the money-starved detention center operators and any business that might supply them for fair consideration. It's quite a change, because up until now, they haven't even revealed the identities of U.S. spies or rape victims. But anyone trying to enforce the U.S. border law has become fair game.

Look at the demonic rationale for doxxing and harassing U.S. lawmen performing their lawfully mandated and perfectly legal mission of border control, coming from this Times op-ed, by Kate Cronin-Furman, a far-leftist who identifies herself on her Twitter page as a "mass atrocity scholar and former human rights lawyer," two topics she demonstrates well she knows nothing about.


McCready Health and Peninsula Regional Health System Sign Definitive Agreement to Merge

McCready Health of Crisfield, MD, and Peninsula Regional Health System (PRHS), based in Salisbury, MD, today announced that they have reached a definitive agreement. Pending final regulatory approval, anticipated this fall, McCready Health will join PRHS.

Approximately 18 months ago, McCready Health approached PRHS with a request to examine how an affiliation might be structured, with the goals of guaranteeing the retention and strengthening of healthcare services in Crisfield and across Somerset County. During the past decade, hospital usage (census) had dropped dramatically, and the hospital building itself was aging rapidly.

"McCready Health has proudly served the people of Crisfield and Somerset County for nearly a century, and it has been the focus of our Board and staff to assure that residents continue to receive caring, quality healthcare in their local community," said CEO Kathleen Harrison, MBA, FACHE(R). "McCready is also a major employer here, and we want to continue as an economic driver for the county. By becoming part of PRHS, we can assure both those objectives for many years to come."

McCready will continue to provide hospital services in Crisfield throughout the pending regulatory approval process, until approximately November 1, when PRHS will assume ownership. It will then transition to a Freestanding Medical Facility (FMF) at its current location.


Free Health Care for Illegal Aliens Could Cost Taxpayers up to $660B a Decade

Providing free health care for all illegal aliens living in the United States could cost American taxpayers an additional $660 billion every decade in expenses.

This week, half of the 24 Democrats running for their party’s presidential nomination confirmed that their healthcare plans would provide free health care to all illegal aliens at the expense of American taxpayers — including former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY).

Center for Immigration Studies Director of Research Steven Camarotta told Breitbart News that only rough estimates are available for what health care for illegal aliens will cost American taxpayers, and though a comprehensive study has yet to be conducted on this specific issue, taxpayers can expect to pay a “significant” amount.

“If we offered Medicaid for illegal immigrants, it is possible the costs could be over tens of billions of dollars,” Camarotta said. “However, it would depend on eligibility criteria as well as how many illegal immigrants actually sign up for program once it was offered. So while the actual costs are uncertain, the size would be significant for taxpayers.”


[Related: Poll: 5-in-9 Likely U.S. Voters Oppose Free Health Care for Illegal Aliens]

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Chick-fil-A in NYC vandalized during Pride parade

A Chick-fil-A in Manhattan was vandalized Sunday, during the World Pride Parade.

As first reported by the Daily Caller, cross-shaped pink tape that read "F--k haters" marked the front window of the midtown Manhattan location, which was closed during the parade for Sunday. The same epithet was scrawled in black marker on the window. A colorfully decorated sign with the message, "LOVE is a terrible thing to waste" was also seen propped up against the door.

The parade, which marked the end of Pride month, took over much of the lower half of the New York City borough and was estimated to draw upwards of 150,000 people.


'ICE Out! Fuera ICE!' | Activists rally against ICE raids in D.C.

WASHINGTON -- "ICE Out! Fuera ICE!" hundreds chanted at a rally Saturday in Columbia Heights.

Sanctuary DMV organized the protest a week after the group says ICE detained two people in that neighborhood.

Meanwhile, miles away at the G-20 Summit in Japan, President Trump renewed his promise to continue ICE raids after the fourth of July.

"At the end of the second week, we'll be removing people, legally removing...unless we do something pretty miraculous," said the President.


The Supreme Court Endorse Judicial Harassment of President Trump

Through the years, we have been vigilant defenders of integrity in our elections and that has included exposing efforts to dilute the will of U.S. citizens at the polls. So of course, we are disappointed in the Supreme Court’s ruling that delays, perhaps permanently, the Trump administration’s plan to include a question on the 2020 census inquiring about a respondent’s citizenship status.

It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court has endorsed the continued judicial harassment of the Trump administration. It ought to be an obvious point that the U.S. Census should try to figure out how many Americans and non-Americans are present in the United States.

We strongly encourage the Trump administration to try to move this issue through the courts in time for the 2020 census.

In mid-February, we joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief in the United States Supreme Court, urging it to overturn the ruling of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York blocking the Secretary of Commerce from adding a question about citizenship to the 2020 census. The brief argues that including a citizenship question would help us and the government make sure only eligible citizens are on the voting rolls:

But leftists hate the idea of the American people knowing more about the number of foreign nationals present in the United States, which is why they oppose a census question about citizenship. You can be sure that Judicial Watch will continue to monitor, and participate, when appropriate, in next round of court fights on this key question about the future of our nation.

More updates from JW here

Pat Sajak Strikes Again: Demolishes Dem Debate With One Tweet

William Shakespeare must have known that one day in the future Pat Sajak would exist when the Bard wrote in Hamlet, “Since brevity is the soul of wit / And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I will be brief.”

On Thursday night, Sajak, the beloved host of “Wheel of Fortune,” issued another succinct, immortal tweet, this time targeting Democrats as he sat suffering through the Democratic presidential debate. He wrote, “This could be worse. It could be a dinner party and I could be there.”

Sajak has famously tweeted such pointed and brief remarks before. After the horrific Las Vegas massacre in October 2017, when celebrities chimed in with their uninformed opinions, Sajak tweeted, “OK, let me explain this again: We're celebs. We're wiser & more empathetic than you. We are famous. Please take our opinions more seriously.” As The Daily Wire noted at the time


Maryland prison guard pleads guilty in drug smuggling scheme; five other officers involved, official says

A corrections officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal racketeering charges for her part in a scheme to distribute synthetic cannabinoids and opioid addiction treatment drugs at Eastern Correctional Institution in Somerset County.

Hope Gladden, 35, of Salisbury admitted to smuggling buprenorphine, more commonly known as the opioid addiction treatment drug “Suboxone,” and synthetic cannabinoids into the prison from 2016 through November 2018. She pleaded guilty to the racketeering charges in U.S. District Court in Baltimore as part of a larger, ongoing federal investigation into officers at the prison.

Gerard Shields, spokesman for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, said that five other officers who worked at the Westover prison on the Eastern Shore have been indicted in the case and have since been fired. He did not know their names.

A spokeswoman with the U.S. Attorney’s Office declined to name others involved in the scheme.


Journalist Andy Ngo Attacked At Portland Rally. He’s Reportedly Sustaining Injuries

Journalist Andy Ngo, who covers Antifa activity, was attacked at a Portland rally Saturday and has reportedly been admitted to the hospital.

Masked individuals attacked Ngo at a rally in Oregon, throwing what appeared to be milkshakes at him and punching him, according to footage of the attack.

Ngo is an editor for Quillette who describes himself as “hated by [A]ntifa” on his Twitter profile. He recorded the aftermath of the day’s events on social media. The video showed Ngo with scars on his face in addition to what appeared to be swelling.


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