Kelly’s Lawyer Back Off Request To Travel To Dubai, Speculation About Mueller’s Final Report Grows

Kelly’s Lawyer Back Off Request To Travel To Dubai

(Chicago, IL) — R. Kelly is going to have to stay put for at least a while longer. The R&B singer had to surrender his passport as a result of his bond agreement on sex abuse charges. His legal team has filed a request to allow Kelly to travel to Dubai for a series of performances next month. However, in a court hearing today in Cook County, Illinois, Kelly’s attorney asked a judge to delay his decision on the matter. Later, the attorney remarked that he wants to give the judge more information to make him more comfortable with allowing Kelly to travel.

Speculation About Mueller’s Final Report Grows

(Washington, DC) — Speculation about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s [[ MULL-ers ]] final report is growing by the day. Attorney General Bill Barr was seen entering the West Wing of the White House yesterday but President Trump was not there. Trump was attending a business roundtable in DC. Mueller is obligated to submit his findings to Barr. Meantime, cable news networks ran pictures of Mueller driving to work yesterday. Mueller has not offered any hints about the status of his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Arrest Made In Threats Against Charlottesville High School

(Charlottesville, VA) — Charlottesville Police say they have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with an online threat that led city schools to close Thursday and today. An anonymous threat was posted online Wednesday and warned of “ethnic cleansing” at Charlottesville High School the next day. It used language to describe black and Latino students and told white students not to go to school. Police say the suspect has been charged with threats to commit serious bodily harm on school property and other charges. The shutdown kept more than four-thousand students in the district out of classes for two days.