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Coronavirus: Liverpool Must Be Given The Title, We Can’t Continue Playing And Ignore People Dying : Antonio Rudiger

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Antonio Rudiger, Chelsea defender has called for the — English Premier League season to be canceled.

Amid the — Coronavirus Pandemic the 27-year-old player doesn’t want the season to return because if they continue to play and there is a danger, it might not sit right on his conscience.

The German football star believes Liverpool should be crowned as the champions of England since they boast a stunning 25-point lead over Manchester City with just two games away from mathematically securing them their first league title since 1990.

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Speaking to ZDF, Rudiger said: “If we continue to play and there is a danger, and we ignore that while people are dying somewhere in the world, I don’t know if that would sit right on my conscience.

“If everything fits and it comes from those in charge that it’s okay, there’s no danger, then we can start. But if there is a danger that it will start again and more people will get infected [we can’t start again].”

Rudiger has been notably proactive throughout the pandemic.

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However, the Premier League are reportedly waiting for guidance from the UK government following their plan to return to action with games to be played behind close doors.

In the UK alone, there have been more than 165,000 confirmed cases, with 26,097 deaths at the time of writing.

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How Woodberry’s Chat With A Disguised FBI Agent Led To Their Arrest | PHOTO

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Hushpuppi’s right-hand man, Olalekan Jacob Ponle, popularly known as Woodberry may have indirectly been the weakling among the 12 disciples as an affidavit released by the FBI agent detailing how they stole millions of dollars from companies and people in the United State of America.

The affidavit shows there was a chat between the agent and Woodberry which he had no idea he was dealing with the law itself while trying to steal a huge sum of money through wired transfers from a company in the US. He is currently being prosecuted in U.S. District Court in Chicago and slapped with a charge of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

According to the agent, Woodberry gained access into a Chicago based company’s email account and posed as a business associate to the workers through the mail and directed them and the company to send money into an account which was managed by him. This was done through the fake email and the impersonation he did.

The complainant further revealed that Woodberry ordered another member of the crew to transfer all the funds stolen from the company into bitcoin and send it into a virtual account which was owned and operated by him.

In all, he and his crew defrauded the Chicago-based company in the tune of $15.2 million. Other companies based in Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, New York, and California, have suffered major setbacks from the illegal actions of Woodberry and his group.

He and his cohort face life behind bars up to 20 years if convicted by the court. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey T. Gilbert has set a detention hearing for July 9, 2020, at 4:00 p.m after his cases were read out when he appeared in court this morning.

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Olympique Lyonnais To Play Debut Match In “Dubai Is Open” Jerseys

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Emirates’ newest sponsorship partner, the French football club Olympique Lyonnais (OL), will play their first match under the Emirates contract in special one-off jerseys with the words “Dubai is Open” across the front. The friendly match will be played against OGC Nice at 6:30 pm local time on Saturday, 4th July at OL’s Groupama Stadium.

Instructed by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group, the bespoke jerseys were created to help raise awareness that Dubai has re-opened for tourism, and comes on the back of the Dubai Government’s recent announcement that welcomes business and leisure visitors to the city from 7th July. The “Dubai is Open” message will also be visible on digital signboards across Emirates’ other football sponsorships in Europe, including Real Madrid and Arsenal.

The OL v OGC Nice match will be broadcasted live on Canal+ TV in France and can be watched online on OLPLAY at 8:15 pm local time.

On 1st July, Emirates became the Official Main Sponsors of the Lyon-based football club. The official 20/21 home jerseys featuring Emirates “Fly Better” logo will be revealed ahead of the new season.

Currently, Emirates has resumed flights for passengers to over 50 cities and has announced that it will deploy its flagship A380 aircraft to Paris from 15 July. Through its Dubai hub, Emirates offers safe and convenient connections between the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific. For more information on the comprehensive health and safety measures that Emirates has implemented, visit: www.emirates.com/yoursafety

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Customers from Emirates’ network will also now be able to travel to Dubai as the city opens for business and leisure visitors from 7 July, with new air travel protocols that facilitate travel for UAE citizens, residents and tourists while safeguarding the health and safety of visitors and communities. Visitors to Dubai should hold an international health insurance policy covering illness from Covid-19 for the duration of their stay. For more information on entry requirements for international visitors to Dubai: www.emirates.com/flytoDubai.

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Hushpuppi And Co-Conspirators Accused Of Stealing Over $16m : See Charge Sheet Which Captured Phone Conversations With His Alleged Gang Members After Each Hit

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KUBILIVE has obtained the charge sheet which gave an insight on some of the charges suspected Nigerian fraudster, Hushpuppi is facing in the United States.

We reported earlier today that Hushpuppi who faces a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in a US federal prison if convicted, made his initial U.S. court appearance this morning in Chicago.

In the affidavit prepared by FBI Special Agent Andrew John Innocenti, the suspected Nigerian fraudster and his co-conspirators were accused of stealing over $16m.

The affidavit made in support of a criminal complaint and an arrest warrant for Hushpuppi, also captured phone conversations between him and his co-conspirators after each business email compromise (BEC) fraud they allegedly perpetrated. They were also accused of attempting to dupe a Premier League Club of £100m.

It also captured photos of Hushpuppi’s luxurious lifestyle which was allegedly financed by proceeds of crimes he allegedly perpetrated.

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Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

Hushpuppi and co-conspirators accused of stealing over $16m. See charge sheet which captured phone conversations with his alleged gang members after each hit

 

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