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Incident report particulars Tiger Woods’ accidents after crash


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Tiger Woods was extra critically injured in his February automotive crash than preliminary studies indicated, together with being “knocked unconscious” and struggling an “open fracture,” it was revealed Wednesday.

The golf legend’s ugly wounds have been detailed in an incident report filed by Los Angeles first responders, obtained by TMZ Sports activities.

“Knocked unconscious, laceration to the decrease entrance jaw, bruised proper and left rib cage, fractured proper tibia and fibula, doable proper ankle harm,” the report learn, below the part labeled “describe accidents.”

The report additionally provides extra element about Woods’ leg harm, studying “open fracture, mid shaft on his proper leg, under knee,” in response to the outlet.

Tiger Woods' car being towed away from the scene of the crash on February 23, 2021.
Tiger Woods’ automotive being towed away from the scene of the crash on February 23, 2021.
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Woods was driving at practically twice the velocity restrict, when he misplaced management of his SUV, drove throughout the median and hit a tree at 75 mph in Rancho Palos Verdes, officers stated Tuesday, after reviewing the automobile’s black field.

The golfer broke a number of bones in his decrease proper leg when the SUV rolled over. Investigators stated he braked too late.

Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies gathering evidence at the scene of the crash on February 23, 2021.
Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies gathering proof on the scene of the crash on February 23, 2021.
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Though Woods was doing 87 mph in a 45 mph zone, sheriff’s stated Woods won’t be charged with dashing, as a result of cops didn’t observe him breaking the legislation.

“I’m so grateful to each of the great samaritans who got here to help me and referred to as 911,” Woods’ tweeted Wednesday.

Tiger Woods' car being towed away from the scene of the crash on February 23, 2021.
Tiger Woods’ automotive being towed away from the scene of the crash on February 23, 2021.
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“I’m additionally grateful to the LASD Deputies and LA Firefighter/Paramedics.”

The 45-year-old is recovering in Florida.


Jill Tyson, FBI assistant director, did not report romantic relationship with subordinate


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A senior FBI official violated the bureau’s coverage by failing to report a romantic relationship with a subordinate in a well timed method and by collaborating in a personnel choice involving her paramour, the Justice Division’s inspector normal discovered this week.

An government abstract of the report by Michael Horowitz made public Thursday didn’t identify the official. Nevertheless, The Washington Publish, citing present and former legislation enforcement officers, recognized her as Jill Tyson, the assistant director of the bureau’s Workplace of Congressional Affairs since February 2019.

Along with the coverage violation, Horowitz discovered that Tyson allowed her relationship to “negatively have an effect on an acceptable {and professional} superior-subordinate relationship and to disrupt the office by interfering with the power of different FBI staff to finish their work.”

FBI Inspector General Michael Horowitz, released a report on July 22, 2021 that an FBI official failed to disclose a relationship with a subordinate.
FBI Inspector Normal Michael Horowitz, launched a report on July 22, 2021 that an FBI official did not disclose a relationship with a subordinate.
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The report additionally discovered that Tyson “participated in a hiring or organizational choice involving the subordinate,” additionally in violation of FBI coverage.

The abstract doesn’t counsel that Tyson harassed or mistreated her subordinate. The Washington Publish reported that the individual was transferred to a different a part of the bureau after Tyson reported the connection.

A senior FBI official violated bureau's policy by failing to report a romantic relationship, disrupting the workplace of other FBI employees.
A senior FBI official violated bureau’s coverage by failing to report a romantic relationship, disrupting the office of different FBI staff.
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Tyson joined the FBI in 2018 after holding quite a lot of positions within the Justice Division, together with deputy assistant lawyer normal within the Workplace of Legislative Affairs, chief spokesperson for the Bureau of Prisons and particular assistant US lawyer for Washington, DC prosecuting felony issues.

In her present place, Tyson manages all FBI interactions with Congress, a job that has introduced her in shut contact with bureau Director Christopher Wray. The Washington Publish reported that Wray “likes and trusts” Tyson, who helps put together him for congressional testimony, amongst different duties.

The report is one other black mark towards the FBI. Earlier this month, Horowitz discovered that the bureau’s Indianapolis workplace mishandled sexual abuse allegations towards predatory USA Gymnastics staff physician Larry Nassar, whereas prime brokers on the workplace violated ethics guidelines and made false statements when their investigation got here beneath inner scrutiny.

FBI director Christopher Wray, who worked closely with Jill Tyson when prepping congressional testimony.
FBI director Christopher Wray, who labored carefully with Jill Tyson when prepping congressional testimony.
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In the meantime, the company’s investigation of an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer got here beneath scrutiny this week, with a few of the males arrested within the scheme claiming entrapment by undercover FBI informants. In a separate incident, an FBI agent concerned within the investigation of the alleged plot was arrested earlier this week and accused of assaulting his spouse after the couple attended a swingers celebration.

Horowitz stated his report on Tyson has been despatched to the FBI and Justice Division’s Workplace of Skilled Accountability to find out the following steps.

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Biden fends off anti-pipeline protesters in Virginia


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President Biden’s Friday night time stump speech in Virginia was interrupted by anti-pipeline protesters — main the commander-in-chief to inform his viewers to disregard the hecklers.

Biden was about two minutes into his remarks at an Arlington rally for Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe when a bunch of individuals started yelling “Cease Line 3!” referring to a controversial oil pipeline undertaking in northern Minnesota.

The remainder of the gang tried to drown out the protesters by booing and chanting “Let’s go, Joe!” because the president tried to revive order.

“That’s OK, that’s all proper,” Biden stated. “No, no, no, no. Let ’em discuss. That’s OK. Look, this isn’t a Trump rally. Let ’em holler. Nobody’s paying consideration.”

The president spoke earlier than an enthusiastic and largely unmasked crowd of round 3,000 individuals in help of McAuliffe, a longtime Democratic social gathering heavyweight who’s looking for one other time period as Virginia’s governor. McAuliffe beforehand held that workplace from 2014 to 2018. Underneath Virginia legislation, governors can’t run for a second consecutive time period.

President Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event in Virginia, as he fended off hecklers shouting anti-pipeline remarks.
President Joe Biden speaks at a marketing campaign occasion in Virginia, as he fended off hecklers shouting anti-pipeline remarks.

McAuliffe is favored to defeat his Republican opponent, personal fairness govt Glenn Youngkin. Whereas the race is seen as aggressive, the fast development of northern Virginia’s Washington, DC suburbs has tipped the commonwealth into the reliably Democratic column. No Republican presidential candidate has gained Virginia since George W. Bush in 2004 and the final GOPer elected governor was Bob McDonnell in 2009.

“You’re not gonna discover anybody, I imply anybody, who is aware of learn how to get extra carried out for Virginia than Terry,” Biden stated. “Off-year election, the nation’s trying. It is a massive deal.”

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event for Virginia democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe on July 22, 2021.
President Joe Biden speaks at a marketing campaign occasion for Virginia democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe on July 22, 2021.
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Nonetheless, as one in all solely two frequently scheduled governor’s races this yr (New Jersey being the opposite), the Virginia contest is drawing outsize nationwide consideration as a possible measuring stick of voter sentiment forward of subsequent yr’s midterm elections.

When not touting his administration’s dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic and the financial system, Biden tried to forged Youngkin as an “acolyte of Donald Trump.”

“I ran towards Donald Trump in Virginia and so is Terry,” the president stated at one level. “And I whipped Donald Trump in Virginia and so will Terry.”

Biden additionally accused Republicans of providing “nothing greater than concern, lies and damaged guarantees.”

“America relies on — the one nation on the planet based mostly on the proposition, ‘We maintain these truths to be self-evident,’ that every one men and women are created equal, endowed by their creator with sure inalienable rights. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” he stated. “We’ve by no means met the take a look at, however we’ve by no means walked away from it just like the Republicans have.”

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David Buckley, ex-CIA Inspector Normal, to serve on January 6 riot committee


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A former CIA inspector normal discovered to have retaliated towards a whistleblower can be a part of the Home choose committee wanting into the Jan. 6 riot on the US Capitol, in accordance with a brand new report.

David Buckley, the choose committee’s employees director, served as CIA Inspector Normal, the intelligence company’s watchdog, between October 2010 and January 2015. Buckley’s tenure was finest recognized for his workplace’s 2014 report revealing that CIA staff improperly spied on Senate staffers previous to the discharge of a report into alleged torture of detained terrorism suspects.

In 2019, the Division of Homeland Safety’s (DHS) inspector normal revealed that Buckley and different officers within the CIA Workplace of the Inspector Normal (OIG) opened a so-called “retaliatory investigation” into Andrew Bakaj, an OIG particular agent. That probe uncovered “derogatory data” that led the OIG to put Bakaj on go away and droop his safety clearance.

On Friday, Yahoo Information revealed beforehand unpublished particulars of the DHS watchdog’s 36-page report inspecting Bakaj’s allegations that Buckley and others retaliated towards him after he was accused of offering data to a different investigation.

Bakaj’s criticism stemmed from the aftermath of an April 2014 assembly with Paul Wogaman, a high official within the workplace of the Intelligence Neighborhood Inspector Normal (ICIG), to help with an inquiry into the CIA OIG.

The CIA Office of the Inspector General suspended special agent Andrew Bakaj's security clearance and placed him on leave following Buckley's "retaliatory investigation."
The CIA Workplace of the Inspector Normal suspended particular agent Andrew Bakaj’s safety clearance and positioned him on go away following Buckley’s “retaliatory investigation.”

After Bakaj’s superiors came upon of the assembly with Wogaman, the report says, they started a assessment of Bakaj’s laptop searches and different actions.

That probe, Yahoo reported, discovered that Bakaj had copied a delicate CIA file on to his laptop. The CIA in the end concluded the recordsdata had not been leaked, and the FBI declined to research. Through the investigation, Buckley positioned Bakaj on administrative go away.

After Bakaj filed a criticism of retaliation, the CIA OIG didn’t correctly assessment the matter, main DHS to get entangled, in accordance with the report.

Buckley will lead the House Select committee to investigate the riot at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Buckley will lead the Home Choose committee to research the riot on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

DHS in the end discovered that the OIG probe of Bakaj was “a pretext for gathering proof to make use of to retaliate towards” their very own particular agent. The report concluded that the CIA ought to decide “at minimal” whether or not the safety clearances of Buckley and others ought to be suspended or revoked on account of their investigation.

It’s unclear what, if any motion the CIA took in response to the report.

The choice to present Buckley the highest staffing job on the Jan. 6 committee was made by Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), who can be the chairman of the Home Homeland Safety Committee.

A committee spokesperson claims Buckley denied taking retaliatory action against Bakaj in when the former inspector general interviewed for the House select committee position.
A committee spokesperson claims Buckley denied taking retaliatory motion towards Bakaj in when the previous inspector normal interviewed for the Home choose committee place.

A spokesperson for the committee instructed CNN late Friday that Buckley “raised this matter in the course of the Workers Director interview course of and denies taking any motion towards the complainant in retaliation for the worker’s [Bakaj’s] claimed whistleblowing. In his position as CIA Inspector Normal, Mr. Buckley had no alternative however to put the complainant on administrative go away after the CIA’s Workplace of Safety suspended the worker’s clearance.”

Bakaj’s lawyer, Mark Zaid instructed CNN in a press release of his personal that the committee’s response was “extremely insulting.”

“Andrew is among the main attorneys in the US in representing whistleblowers,” Zaid wrote. “He labored at each DoD and CIA OIG and helped write the CIA’s whistleblower insurance policies. And he dealt with probably the most essential and delicate nationwide safety whistleblower instances of the 21st century. We count on higher from the Committee and its management.”

The committee, which is made up of eight Home members — seven Democrats and GOP Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming — will maintain its first listening to on Tuesday with eyewitness testimony from 4 regulation enforcement officers in regards to the riot.

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