DC Council Subpoenaed About Jack Evans, Spa Founder Attended Trump’s Super Bowl Party,

DC Council Subpoenaed About Jack Evans

All 13 members of  The D.C. Council have received a federal subpoena related to Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans.   Today The Council’s general counsel issued a letter warning them to preserve all documents related to the subpoena.  A grand jury issued a subpoena in September to the D.C. Office of the City Administrator.  That one demanded documents relating to legislation Evans promoted in 2016 that would have benefited a digital sign company.

Spa Founder Attended Trump’s Super Bowl Party

Miami, FL — A photo published Friday in the Miami Herald shows the founder and one-time owner of a spa implicated in a human-trafficking ring attended President Donald Trump’s Super Bowl watch party at his West Palm Beach country club in February. While the New England Patriots played the Los Angeles Rams In Atlanta, Li Yang snapped a blurry selfie with a smiling Trump, who turned in his chair to look over his right shoulder for the photo. He was seated at a round table decorated with paper-cutout footballs. Nineteen days later, Trump’s longtime friend and Patriots owner Robert Kraft, 77, was charged with soliciting prostitution at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in nearby Jupiter, which Yang had founded more than a decade earlier. Authorities said Kraft visited the spa on Jan. 19 and again on the morning of Jan. 20 and was caught on
camera paying for oral sex. He then flew to Kansas City, where his team was playing that night in the AFC Championship game.

Simpsons’ Creators Pulling Michael Jackson’s Voice

Creators of The Simpsons are pulling a 1991 episode that features Michael Jackson’s voice in the midst of controversy over the Leaving Neverland documentary. The late King of Pop voiced a character who believes he is Michael Jackson in an episode titled Stark Raving Dad. Leaving Neverland is about two men who claim that Jackson sexually abused them when they were young boys.

Washington Acquiring Keenum From Broncos

(Landover, MD) — With injured Alex Smith likely to miss all of 2019, Washington’s pro football team is making contingency plans at quarterback. Multiple reports say they’ve agreed to acquire Case Keenum from the Broncos. Denver will get a sixth-round pick and Washington will get a seventh-rounder plus Keenum. The deal can’t become official until next Wednesday.

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