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Philadelphia, PA 19130 Directions
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Police are looking for 27-year-old Terry Lanier, the man police believe picked up the driver of the other speeding car and left Tomah on the street to die.
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Philadelphia, PA 19103 Directions
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A 448-page report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller gives an inside look at Donald Trumps tumultuous campaign and presidency and its possible links to Russians who tried to help win him the presidency. The report says theres not enough evidence to charge Trump with a crime, but it details vague responses to questions and staff members deleting key communications.Here are some key takeaways from the Mueller report, the conclusion of a 22-month investigation that looked at the question of the Russian interference and whether the president tried to obstruct the probe. Trump Tried to Thwart Mueller Probe, Redacted Report Says Trump Cursed When Told of Muellers AppointmentAfter the special counsel was appointed in May 2017, Trump reacted with anger: Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. Im F, according to notes from Jody Hunt, the attorney generals chief of staff. Trump then told Jeff Sessions to resign as attorney general. Sessions submitted a resignation letter the next day, but Trump decided to retain Sessions.Trump Demanded Muellers RemovalTrump directed White House Counsel Don McGahn in May 2017 to call Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to have Mueller removed as special counsel. 2020 Dem Hopefuls Call for Mueller Public Testimony McGahns clear recollection was that the President directed him to tell Rosenstein not only that conflicts existed but also that Mueller has to go, the report says.McGahn refused the directive and was prepared to resign over it he told then White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus that the President had asked him to do crazy sht, according to the report. AG Barr Defends Frustrated Trump Before Releasing Mueller Report Mueller was never fired.Trump was told he was under investigationIn December 2017, the special counsels office advised the presidents lawyers that Trump was the subject of an investigation although Trump has repeatedly said since that he is not the subject of an investigation.Mueller determined that the Trump campaign had not conspired or coordinated with the Russian government, but the presidents team did think it would benefit from the Russian attempts to publish stolen emails.The report found that the Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential campaign in what it called sweeping and systemic fashion, and also that the Trump campaign expected to benefit from those efforts.The Campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian efforts, the report said.Nonetheless the investigation did not establish that member of the Trump Campaign conspired and coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities, the report said.Barr in his letter to Congress reported the last sentence but omitted the sentence that the Trump campaign thought it would benefit from the stolen emails released on WikiLeaks.Barr earlier told Congress that there were two main Russian efforts to influence the presidential election, one involving a Russian organization called the Internet Research Agency, that used social media in the United States to sow social discord, eventually with the aim of interfering with the election, and the second involving the Russian governments efforts to hack into the emails of Hillary Clintons campaign and Democratic party organizations and publish them through WikiLeaks and other groups.According to Rick Gates, a top campaign official, by the late summer of 2016, the Trump Campaign was planning a press strategy, a communications campaign and messaging based on the possible release of Clinton emails by WikiLeaks.Trump wanted more Clinton emailsAfter Trump, while a candidate, said on July 27, 2016, that he hoped Russia would find the 30,000 emails that are missing, he asked people affiliated with his campaign to find the deleted Clinton emails.Michael Flynn, later his national security advisor, recalled that Trump made this request repeatedly. Flynn contacted many people in try to obtain the emails.The Trump campaign did have numerous contacts with RussiansThe investigation identified two kinds of connections between members of the Trump campaign and the Internet Research Agency one by linking, retweeting or reposting pro-Trump or anti-Clinton content and two by meeting with agency employees posing as Americans to coordinate political rallies in the United States.Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Brad Parscale and Michael Flynn all liked or promoted social posts originally posted by the IRA.If Mueller could have exonerated the president, he would haveMueller wrote that because the members of his team were determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment, they did not draw ultimate conclusions about the presidents actions and his intent. The evidence they obtained would need to be resolved if it were to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment, the report said.At the same time, if we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state, the report said. Based on the facts and the applicable legal standards, we are unable to reach that judgment. Accordingly, while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.Trump associates deleted relevant communicationsThe office said that some of those they interviewed or investigated, including some associated with the Trump campaign, had deleted relevant communications or used encrypted applications that did not provide for long-term retention of data.In those cases the office could not corroborate witness statements or fully question witnesses about statements that appeared inconsistent with other known facts.Therefore, the special counsels office could not rule out the possibility that the unavailable information would shed additional light on or cast in a new light the events described in the report.Trump agreed to respond to written responses on Russian-related questions, but not on obstructionThe report notes that Trump did not similarly agree to provide written answers to question on obstruction topics or question on events during the transition.Muellers team sought to interview the president for more than a year, and considered issuing a subpoena for Trump but decided against it because of the likelihood of a long legal battle. Prosecutors also said they believed they had enough evidence and information from other sources to draw relevant factual conclusions on intent and credibility, the report said.The written answers that Trump did provide were not sufficient, according to the report.The President stated on more than 30 occasions that he does not recall or remember or have an independent recollection of information called for by the questions. Other answers were incomplete or imprecise, the report said.12 mystery cases have been referred to other jurisdictionsTwo cases that were referred included the case against Trumps longtime associate, Michael Cohen, to the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York on financial crimes that he pleaded guilty to and another involving lobbyist Gregory Craig, a White House counsel early in President Barack Obamas administration who has been charged with making false statements about work for the Ukrainian government. But information about 12 other cases were redacted on grounds of harm to ongoing matter.Why were no charges brought after the Trump Tower meetingMuellers office considered whether to charge Trump campaign officials in connection with a now-infamous meeting at Trump Tower in 2016, which Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and others attended after Trump Jr. was told of an offer from Russias Crown prosecutor of official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to Trump Jr.s father.Trump Jr. responded, if its what you say I love it especially later in the summer. But the lawyer who attended wanted to talk about adoptions and the Magnitsky Act, under which a group of prominent Russians were sanctioned for human rights violations.Prosecutors noted in the report that federal election law bans contributions and donations by foreign nationals but they argued that the special counsels office would have difficulty proving beyond a reasonable doubt that the values of the promised documents and information exceeded the $2,000 threshold for a criminal violation or the $25,000 threshold for felony punishment.Although damaging opposition research is surely valuable to a campaign, it appears that the information ultimately delivered in the meeting was not valuable, the report said.Photo Credit: Susan Walsh/AP
A Delaware County family is mourning a man who was on his way to work when he was struck and killed by a speeding, hit-and-run driver, police said.I am hurt, Danlette Tomah told NBC10. I want to know why. Why they did this and ran. Husband of Bucks Co. Woman Missing for 38 Years Arrested Danlette Tomahs husband, 62-year-old Henry Tomah, was leaving his home in Yeadon, Pennsylvania, Tuesday around 3 p.m. and heading to work.At the same time, two white vehicles were stopped at a traffic light at Bailey Road and Church Lane. Both drivers spotted an officer exiting a business on foot. Once the light changed they accelerated, driving up to 70 mph in a 25 mph zone, according to investigators. 2 Men Charged With Shooting, Killing Man Inside Philly Store One of the vehicles made it through the intersection at Church Lane and Darnell Avenue. The second car crashed into Tomahs vehicle. The impact forced Tomahs car 15 to 20 feet into a telephone pole.Tomah was trapped inside his car until he was extricated by responding Yeadon Fire personnel. He was taken to the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center where he died from his injuries later that night.He was everything for us, Tomahs sister, Mary Zou, told NBC10. Now weve lost him.Police identified the driver of the striking vehicle as Terry Lanier, 27, of Philadelphia. Another vehicle picked Lanier up and fled the scene moments after the crash, police said.Investigators said Lanier may have been involved in a street race at the time of the crash.A complete and reckless indifference to human life, Yeadon Police Chief Anthony Paparo said. This guy needs to come in. He needs to atone for what he did.After fleeing the scene, Lanier allegedly told his sister to call in the getaway vehicle as stolen. Police checked a network of license plate readers and found the car, which was about to be painted, inside a garage, according to investigators.While police found the vehicle, they continue to search for Lanier. Hes charged with homicide by vehicle, aggravated assault by vehicle, accidents involving personal injury or death and related offenses.Tomah was originally from Liberia but had been in the United States for decades. He worked at the King of Prussia Mall and was also a counselor at a group home.Investigators said Lanier likely has bruising on his face from the airbag. If you have any information on his whereabouts, please call police. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
At least six teens were arrested and the annual Spring Carnival in Aston, Pennsylvania, was closed after fights broke out Thursday night.Police responded to the fights shortly before 10 p.m. on the 2900 block of Dutton Mill Road. Investigators said there were initial reports of possible shots being fired and guns being pulled but those reports proved to be unfounded. Speeding Hit-&-Run Driver Kills Man on His Way to Work Responding officers requested the assistance of multiple police departments for crowd control. The crowd was evacuated and at least six teenagers were arrested. They were charged with disorderly conduct and later released. No one was seriously injured during the incident.Police told NBC10 the fights stemmed from a rivalry between two groups and that everyone involved were from neighboring townships outside of Aston.After the incident, Sean Joyce, the President of the Aston Township Fire Department, announced the carnival was shut down for the rest of the weekend.Which was once a local family tradition, has turned into a landing spot for out of town troublemakers, he wrote. In an effort to maintain the great relationship we have worked so hard to develop with the residents of Aston we have collectively made the decision to shut the carnival down permanently.Be sure to watch NBC10 News starting at 4 a.m. for more details on this developing story.
The once ice cold case of Gloria Korzon, who vanished in 1981, has been reignited suddenly in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.Korzons ex-husband, William Korzon, has been arrested and was arraigned in a county court Thursday on a homicide charge, according to the Bucks County District Attorneys office.Korzon, now 76 and living in central Pennsylvania, allegedly responded to new questioning by investigators this year by asking, Did you find the body according to the criminal affidavit released Thursday.That question, on top of years of alleged abuse and documented injuries during the Korzons marriage before Gloria disappeared led authorities to charge William with criminal homicide and related charges, the affidavit.He is being held without bail at county jail. It is unclear if he has a lawyer.The two married in January 1967. In December of that year, William Korzon was arrested in Springfield, Massachusetts, for allegedly threatening to kill his wife. He spent time in a Massachusetts mental institution.In 1968, the Korzons moved to Philadelphia. Three years later, they moved to Pickertown Road in Warrington, Bucks County.From 1968 to 1981, when Gloria Korzon disappeared, the affidavit said law enforcement authorities investigated and documented numerous violent assaults where William Korzon assaulted and threatened to kill Gloria Korzon.During these incidents of domestic violence, Gloria suffered multiple injuries, including a broken arm, a broken collarbone, damage to her nasal bone and a black eye, the affidavit said.Gloria Korzon vanished March 6, 1981. She was supposed to be on her way to work in Horsham Township.William Korzonthen allegedly lied about his wifes whereabouts and forged her signature on legal documents over the course of months and years, the affidavit said.A roommate who moved into the Korzon home after Gloria disappeared also told investigators that Korzon asked for help killing a Warrington Township detective, the affidavit said.A recent check of all available records and databases by law enforcement show no activity by Gloria Korzon from her March 6, 1981 disappearance to the present day, the affidavit said. It is as though she has ceased to exist.Photo Credit: FBI This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
A group of Good Samaritans chased down a hit-and-run driver who struck three teens in Philadelphias Olney section, police said.A 22-year-old man driving a 1999 Ford Explorer jumped a curb and crashed into a 14-year-old boy, 16-year-old girl and 17-year-old girl standing on the 1300 block of W. Olney Avenue around 4:45 p.m. Thursday. Speeding Hit-&-Run Driver Kills Man on His Way to Work The driver then fled the scene but was followed by witnesses, according to investigators. The driver then stopped at 3rd and Delphine streets, got out of the vehicle and tried to run away, police said. The Good Samaritans managed to chase him down. They held him until police arrived.All three teens were taken to the hospital and are in stable condition. Police have not yet revealed the suspects identity or the specific charges against him.
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A malfunctioning piece of equipment caused smoke conditions. The Philadelphia landmark will open Friday morning.
A carnival in Delaware County has been shut down permanently after a large fight broke out on Thursday night.
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