Current Affairs 6 July

EPSTEIN’S SCANDAL: MASTERMIND OF SEX-TRAFFICKING RING JEFFERY EPSTEIN’S ALLEGED ACCOMPLISH PICTURED POSING ON BUCKINGHUM’S THRONE WITH KEVIN SPACEY DRAGS THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY

Jeffery Epstein, a billionaire and known for enjoying the luxurious life, over many years, sexually exploited and abused dozens of minor girls at his homes in Manhattan, New York, and Palm Beach, Florida, among other locations and to maintain and increase his supply of victims, he also paid some of his victims to call up additional girls to be abused similarly. Despite the consequences, he acted as if he could have anything he craved and what he desired the most was sex with the young women and girls. In 2008, he was pleaded guilty and was charged with sex trafficking of a minor and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking, and last year only, he had died by apparent suicide while he was in custody.

China Passes the controversial Hong Kong National Security Law

On Tuesday, China passed a National Security Law on Hong Kong which may be used to quash the subsisting legal processes and devastate political freedoms across the city. The law was drafted by the National People’s Congress (NPC) and was kept as a secret from civilians until 11 pm and then it officially came into effect. The code not only broadened the powers of Beijing to investigate, prosecute and punish the suspected criminals but also bypassed Hong Kong’s own elected legislative council. legislature is set to criminalize secession, subversion and collusion with foreign forces, and will also curtail the right to protests and freedom of speech. People who are convicted of such acts can end up facing sentences up to life imprisonment.

Rideau Hall: Canada soldiers members face 22 charges

22 charges were laid against a member of the Canadian soldiers from Manitoba after a personal allegedly rammed a truck through a fence and entered the grounds of Rideau Hall carrying a minimum of one weapon by the RCMP. The majority of the charges against Corey Hurren, age 46, were associated with the possession and transportation of firearms. He also faces one count of uttering threats. He was considered to be “on duty” on the day of the incident through his work as a neighbourhood of Operation Laser, under which the Canadian Forces have helped the provinces deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s unclear what his role was.

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