Jacob Chansley, ‘QAnon Shaman’, Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison

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One of the rioters of the 6 January insurrection, Jacob Chansley, was sentenced to 41 months in prison on 17 November. This is the longest sentence served so far (Scott Fairlamb also received a 41-month sentence). He has pleaded guilty to a felony of the obstruction of an official proceeding. Chansley confessed to his provocation of the attackers with a bullhorn and the creation of the note directed to Former Vice President Mike Pence, “It’s Only A Matter of Time. Justice Is Coming!” Despite his claims of being the ‘QAnon Shaman’, Chansley has denied the existence of the QAnon. There are 650 people charged, 120 defendants have pleaded guilty, and 38 have been punished. [CTV News] [By Grace Pu]

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19 year old charged with second-degree murder in connection to a stabbing in a Toronto high school

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On 16 November around 3 PM, police were called to Victoria Park Collegiate Institute, located near Parkwoods Village Drive and Victoria Park Avenue in North York for reports that a stabbing had taken place after a fight on the track and field area. A 15 year old boy, now identified as Maahir Dosani, was found with a stab wound to his torso. He was rushed to the hospital with life threatening injuries but was pronounced dead hours later. Two other victims, a 16 and a 14 year old boy, were found and rushed to the hospital with serious but non life-threatening injuries. Shortly after the incident occurred, Toronto police took a 19-year-old man into custody in connection with the stabbing. On 17 November, investigators identified the suspect as Ahmed Rafin who has be charged with second-degree murder along with others. The charges have not yet been proven in court. [CP24] [Michael Yang]

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17 Dead and Many Reported Missing After Heavy Rains in Andhra Pradesh, India

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At least 17 people have died and dozens are reported missing after heavy rains, authorities said on November 20, 2021. The state has been hit by intense torrents and massive floods since November 18. The death toll went up to 17 when a building collapsed on November 19, when a building collapsed and three people were killed. Ten people were saved and two are still missing. Teams of National Disaster Relief have been sent to the worst-hit districts and local authorities have evacuated hundreds of families to shelters. Rains in southern India this time of the year is not unusual, however, the country has seen a longer monsoon this year with experts warning climate change has increased the problem by making downpours more intense and frequent. [CBC] [Yolanda Zhou]