This Cleveland man marries the sister of the man he is accused of killing

An Ohio man on house arrest just married the sister of the person he was already convicted of killing. John Tiedjen served 32 years for murdering Brian McGary, but new evidence prompted the judge to toss out the ruling and allow for another trial. 

While Tiedjen was out on bond, he married McGary’s sister, Crystal Straus (now, Crystal Tiedjen).

Apparently, Crystal believes her brother committed suicide, and she believes in her new husband’s innocence.

“With all my heart, I love her,” said John Tiedjen. “There is nobody else I think about, and I want to be with her my whole life. And I wrote her a letter back and I said I didn’t do it, take a look at this stuff. I believe in God too, and I know things about it, but I didn’t do it.”

John’s defense attorney officiated the ceremony. What’s next for the couple?

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Trump couture gets a boost with this new MAGA Hat design

Trump couture just got an upgrade.

The former president unveiled a new iteration of his “Make America Great Again” hat for fans in an email to potential Save America donors.

“I just designed our BRAND NEW MAGA Hat and I want YOU to have it,” he wrote in that message. “You’ve always been one of my most LOYAL supporters, so I don’t want you to have just ANY hat… I want YOU to have the MAGA Hat that I personally HAND-SIGNED for YOU.”

Some pieces even include Donald Trump’s signature.

Just what does the new item look like, and how much does it cost?

Will Trump break out his latest design for his upcoming rally in just a couple weeks?

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A Colorado woman who has been missing since May of last year had been involved in a two-year affair, with a married father of six, before she disappeared, authorities say. Now her husband is on trial for her murder. 

Barry Morphew was arrested back in June, and yesterday’s hearing revealed that the couple’s relationship had been plagued by domestic violence and guilt trips. 

Apparently, a neighbor called police after Suzanne Morphew didn’t answer her daughter’s Mother’s Day text. Her husband had never reported her missing.

What other dramatic details of her case were revealed yesterday?

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This woman has been missing since 1978… did divers just find her remains?

A missing woman who has not been seen for more than four decades may finally have been found at the bottom of the Connecticut River, authorities say.

New Hampshire State Police say the recently-discovered vehicle that housed the human remains likely belonged to Alberta Leeman, who went missing when she was 63 years old.

“The vehicle that was found yesterday is a 1972 Pontiac LeMans with a license plate of OB610, which is the license plate that was registered to Ms. Leeman at that time,” an official said. 

Divers discovered the vehicle upside-down, and covered in layers of sediment, in the Connecticut River. 

Officials want to know how the car, and the driver, wound up beneath 14 feet of water. 

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Hall of Fame football coach Bobby Bowden has died at 91 years old

The legendary Florida State football coach, Bobby Bowden, who transformed his school’s reputation, has died at 91 years old, his family says.

Bowden passed away on Sunday morning, at home, in Tallahassee, Florida, of pancreatic cancer.

“It truly was peaceful,” his son, Terry, said in a text message.

The Hall of Fame icon had disclosed that he had a terminal illness earlier this year. 

“I’ve always tried to serve God’s purpose for my life, on and off the field, and I am prepared for what is to come,” he had said, then. “My wife, Ann, and our family have been life’s greatest blessing. I am at peace.” 

During his career, Bowden totaled nearly 400 wins and earned countless other accolades.

“Florida State University has lost a legend in the passing of Bobby Bowden,” said the school’s president. “Coach Bowden built a football dynasty and raised the national profile of Florida State University, and he did it with class and a sense of humor.”

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How a North Carolina woman was found buried in concrete at home

A 70-year-old woman was murdered and buried in concrete in her own basement, and the woman hired to take care of her is a person of interest, authorities say.

Lynn Gay Keene, who had last spoken to her family in June, was reported missing in late July. When investigators arrived at her home, in Linville Falls, North Carolina, they saw that her car wasn’t there. 

Officials eventually found the vehicle, with two empty bags of concrete inside. For Detective Tim Austin, it was his first clue that “something was up.” 

When he and another investigator opened the basement door, they saw the concrete structure. Officials began breaking up the concrete, and what they saw as they did so was quite disturbing. 

“In my 16 years in law enforcement, I’ve never seen anything like this,” Austin said.

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What does it cost to fly to space right now on Virgin Galactic?

If taking a ride on a suborbital spaceplane happens to rank pretty high on your bucket list, then you’re in luck. That’s because Virgin Galactic is selling tickets once more to wannabe astronauts. 

The latest price has jumped some since seats were last up for grabs. Potential passengers can also purchase multiple spots. The wealthiest could ultimately buy out the entire capsule. 

The news comes a matter of weeks after Richard Branson, the company’s founder, went on his own journey toward space. 

Commercial flights are slated to start in earnest in 2022 after a redesign of the plane. 

Apparently, Virgin Galactic’s “Spacefarer Community” will be among the first who are given the opportunity to snag seats.

Just how much would one cost you anyway?

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How a beer robbery turned into a deadly shooting in Texas

A gas station employee opened fire on people who were attempting to steal beer, and now the 23-year-old is facing murder charges, authorities say.

The shooting occurred earlier this week, in a Texas 7-Eleven. Delon Johnson apparently asked the two thieves to return the alcohol they were taking, but he was ignored. The two men involved walked into the parking lot and attempted to get into their car when Johnson started shooting at them.

“We are saddened by the incident that occurred on Wednesday night,” officials from 7-Eleven said. “We are working with local law enforcement to provide any information helpful to their investigation.” 

What ended up happening to the thieves after the violence? 

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Are more lockdowns coming soon to a city near you?

Many of us are deeply concerned about the possibility of yet another national lockdown, something that President Joe Biden had previously promised us we’d never have to deal with again. That said, the man and his administration flip-flops about everything, so why would this be any different?

The repercussions of going back on their word, this time, would be very dangerous, especially for small business owners who are trying to prepare for the worst possible outcome.

My friend John Denton, who writes for The Local Conservative decided to address the issue recently in an interview with Tim Melvin, who is one of the nation’s top financial experts. 

What did Melvin have to say about the possibility of yet another lockdown?

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This Las Vegas man was so fed up with the coronavirus rules that he climbed a 600-foot hotel this week in protest of them. 

Maison Des Champs blames the lockdowns for his new mental health problems.

“These new mandates are a threat to our freedoms and a threat to our civil liberties,” he said in an Instagram video he made while he was climbing. Yes, you read that right: while he was climbing.

“Fifteen days have slowly turned into 400-something, and now is the time to draw the line.”

His stunt was also meant to spread awareness about a protest he is hosting in just over a week at the Planet Hollywood Casino.

But as he scaled the Aria hotel’s more than 60 floors, he attracted the attention of police, who arrested him at the top of the building. 

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