• The forensic video analyst
who led police down the wrong path in the Ryan Holyk investigation
botched another infamous law enforcement case.
• Some reticent witnesses in the Straub investigation
agreed to be interviewed
after the former police chief's federal lawsuit was dismissed.
• The U.S. Senate
could bring banking services to the pot
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IN OTHER NEWS
• After more than 50 years without a championship for any Cleveland sports team, the Cavs defeated the Golden State Warriors in an historic Game 7 victory
. It's the first title
for the Cavaliers, and the first time any NBA team has come back from a 3-1 series deficit.
• Donald Trump fired his embattled campaign manger, Corey Lewandowski
, according to reports in the New York Times
. At times, Lewandowski had a hostile relationship
with members of the national press corps as well as "strained relationships"
with officials at the Republican National Committee. Lewandowski also reportedly butted heads
the Trump's chief strategist, Paul Manafort, the Times
• Three NYPD commanders were arrested
this morning on federal corruption
charges. Court documents reveal
that the officers allegedly accepted expensive meals and travel in exchange for official action. One of the officers, a deputy inspector, is alleged to have received a trip on a private jet to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl in 2013, accompanied by a prostitute
• Redacted partial transcripts of the conversation
between police and Omar Mateen
, the man who killed 49 people in a Orlando night club. Also, a victory for gun-control advocates as the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to Connecticut's ban on "assault weapons."
The Court's decision leaves in place the lower court's ruling
to uphold the law.