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    In Virginia, state graded feeder cattle mostly 1.00 to 4.00 lower. Feeder cattle at regular auction sales uneven, with steers ranging 2.00 to 5.00 lower and heifers 1.00 to 3.00 higher. Slaughter cows mostly steady to 5.00 lower. Wheat mostly .04 to .24 higher, new crop mostly .09 higher. Co…

    Prosecutors plan next week to release the video that led authorities in Virginia to charge seven deputies and three state mental hospital employees with second-degree murder in the death of a handcuffed and shackled man. Dinwiddie County Commonwealth’s Attorney Ann Cabell Baskervill told the Richmond Times-Dispatch that the family of Irvo Otieno gave their blessing to release the video after watching it. Attorneys for the family described the video to reporters as 12 agonizing minutes of deputies pushing down on Otineo, who is Black. The attorneys said his arms and legs were restrained. Defense attorneys say they haven't seen the video yet, and prosecutors are trying to curry public favor rather than assure a fair trial.

    Authorities say a 13-year-old in Virginia has been charged with murder after police said the teen admitted to suffocating a 4-year-old sibling last year. Danville Police say the death has been under investigation since August, and the teen confessed to killing the child earlier this week. Police say the teen is charged with first degree murder and will be held in custody until a trial,  Investigators say the name of the teen was not released because of his age. Police also didn’t release additional details about the child’s death.

    WILLIAMBURG, Va. (AP) — On March 11, 1773, Virginia leaders gathered inside Williamsburg’s Raleigh Tavern to consult on the need for each of the colonies to work out a resolution that would later be approved by colonies across the east coast of the modern day United States, paving the way fo…

    Attorneys for the family of a Black Virginia man who died in law enforcement custody say video of the incident shows seven sheriff’s deputies pushing down “every part of his body” with “absolute brutality.” Mark Krudys, one of the lawyers for the family of Irvo Otieno, spoke Thursday at a news conference along with civil rights attorney Ben Crump and members of Otieno’s family. Krudys says he “was not really prepared to see” the video footage and stressed that Otieno was in handcuffs and leg irons. He says, “You can see that they’re putting their back into it. Every part of his body is being pushed down with absolute brutality.” Seven deputies and three hospital employees have been charged with second-degree murder in Otieno's death March 6.


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