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L’enquête préliminaire de Luka Rocco Magnotta débutera lundi à Montréal

March 10, 2013 |

MONTRÉAL – Le présumé tueur Luka Rocco Magnotta sera de retour au Palais de justice de Montréal, lundi, pour le début de son enquête préliminaire.

Magnotta est accusé d’avoir tué et démembré un étudiant chinois, Jun Lin, en mai dernier à Montréal.

On sait déjà que son avocat, Luc Leclair, demandera au juge un huis-clos pour interdire au public et aux journalistes d’assister aux procédures.

Une requête en ce sens a été déposée à la Cour du Québec il y a une dizaine de jours.

Le document judiciaire indique que cette demande est liée aux antécédents personnels et médicaux de Magnotta, sans toutefois en spécifier la nature.

Une ordonnance de non-publication est habituelle pour ce type de procédure, mais cette requête pour un huis-clos surprend le criminaliste Jean-Pierre Rancourt. Son avocat devra démontrer qu’il y a des circonstances complètement exceptionnelles pour l’obtenir, explique-t-il.

De nombreux journalistes étrangers ont déjà demandé d’assister aux procédures. L’accusé avait fait l’objet d’une chasse à l’homme internationale après que des parties du corps de Lin eurent été retrouvées à divers endroits au Canada.

Le crime et les démarches pour retrouver l’accusé avaient défrayé la manchette partout dans le monde.

Les avocats ont déjà convenu d’allonger la durée de l’enquête préliminaire, qui pourrait ne se terminer qu’en juin. Plusieurs témoins, dont quelques experts, seront appelés à la barre.

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Whole Foods to require labels on genetically modified products

March 10, 2013 |

The upscale chain will make labeling mandatory by 2018. Industry observers expect other retailers to join the movement.

Although California voters didn’t back the labeling of products made with genetically modified ingredients, the practice will soon be mandatory at Whole Foods Market Inc.


L.A. Times – Business

Bolshoi Dancer Denies Acid Use Was Planned

March 10, 2013 |

A Russian ballet star accused of masterminding an acid attack that nearly blinded the Bolshoi Ballet’s artistic director said in court that he had organized the assault, but didn’t intend for the victim to be splashed with acid.
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American Idol Judges: Little Ladybug Has To Go

March 10, 2013 |

I was wrong about the new lineup of judges for American Idol Season 12. Or maybe I was right. Actually I was right and then I was wrong.
Forbes Real Time

Banks Pass Fed’s Tests; Critics Say It Was Easy – New York Times

March 10, 2013 |

New York Times

Banks Pass Fed's Tests; Critics Say It Was Easy
New York Times
Four years after the financial crisis, federal regulators said that many of the nation's largest banks were better prepared to sustain future market shocks, paving the way for the healthiest institutions to increase their dividends and buy back shares. The results of
Analysis: Is Citi safer than JPMorgan? And other stress-test questionsReuters
Citigroup Asks for $ 1.2 Billion of Buybacks After 2012 RejectionBloomberg
Federal Reserve's Stress Testing Shows Politics, Not MathBusinessweek
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Books: New and noteworthy – USA TODAY

March 10, 2013 |

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Books: New and noteworthy
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A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Books: New and noteworthy. Bob Minzesheimer, USA TODAY6:25a.m. EDT March 10, 2013. Noteworthy books include 'Lean In' by the COO of Facebook and an illustrated debut memoir. lean in. 'Lean In' by
Cheer, don't criticize, women leadersPhiladelphia Inquirer
Sheryl Sandberg's misguided messageFox News (blog)
A dame shameNew York Post
Cincinnati.com –GlobalPost –NDTV
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Entertainment – Google News

‘Gang of Eight’ Silent on Immigration

March 10, 2013 |

The eight senators leading the effort to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws meet in private several times a week, but remain tight-lipped on the details of how their talks are going.

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    Analysis: Bellicose North Korea forces China to shift stance on old friend

    March 10, 2013 |

    Still image taken from video shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un looking through a pair of binoculars at an undisclosed locationBEIJING (Reuters) – Six months ago China's state media was lauding North Korea as a great place to invest as both countries tried to promote a cross-border economic zone. One nuclear test, a long-range rocket launch and much sabre-rattling later and China is a central player in new U.N. sanctions against Pyongyang, something Chinese experts say marks a major shift in Beijing's policy toward its impoverished neighbor. At the same time, Chinese newspapers have been calling North Korea an ungrateful and unreliable liability. …



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    Accused Cop Killer Expects the Worst

    March 10, 2013 |

    Accused Cop Killer Expects the Worst

    Cop

    AP

    Master Trooper Junius Walker (pictured) was killed while on patrol — and the man charged for the slaying later shocked court watchers. What he openly admitted to everyone

    Analysis: Egypt soccer sentence riots show country out of control

    March 10, 2013 |

    If there is any doubt that security in Egypt is on the skids, witness Saturday’s events that lay bare a nation where  police are now unable or unwilling to maintain law and order and citizens no longer fear authority.If there is any doubt that security in Egypt is on the skids, witness Saturday’s events that lay bare a nation where  police are now unable or unwilling to maintain law and order and citizens no longer fear authority.



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