In a since deleted and updated headline, the Baltimore Sun Sports account tweeted out a link to a story about the New England Patriots owner talking about the NFL season getting back underway on schedule.The original tweet said: Kraft sees a happy ending for the NFL headline is a shot at Kraft and his alleged lewd behaviour at a massage parlour in Florida where he was caught paying for sex, as stated in court documents.Kraft, 78, allegedly spent 11 minutes with a masseuse at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida on January 20. One of multiple trips he made to the massage parlour.After being charged with soliciting prostitution, Kraft along with 24 other men were offered plea deals for the standard diversion program offered to first time offenders.Of course the Baltimore Sun couldn help itself and decided to use the opportunity to clip Kraft with the cheeky headline that left social media users in awe. State attorney general office is trying to convince a three judge appeal panel to reverse a lower court judge May ruling that tossed out most of the evidence in the case.Judge Leonard Hanser forbid prosecutors from using the secretly recorded videos and other evidence taken from the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in a ruling that found the cops did not have a lawful and peek warrant to run surveillance cameras at the spa, and violated lawful customers privacy by doing so.At issue in the appeal is a constitutional question that puts the ability of police to investigate crimes using secret cameras against individual privacy rights.Kraft lawyers called the surveillance video surveillance scheme that breaks from Fourth Amendment constraints agreed on by other courts.
For those of you who have always felt like superheroes but couldn’t afford a full sized Batmobile, look no further. The Gotham Golfcart will undoubtedly make you an instant hit on the course, as you cruise around deftly avoiding sand and water traps. The Gotham Golfcart is based on the Tumbler, the vehicle Batman rides in the 2005 2012 Dark Knight films..
AS I WALKED toward the entrance of the Planned Parenthood health center on Commonwealth Avenue this week, a small group of protesters lightly pounced. One woman offered me a rose. Another gave me some literature with Bible verses and pictures of a fetus at various stages of development.
FILE In this Feb. 23, 2017 file photo, former New York Knicks player Charles Oakley waits for an NBA basketball game to begin between the New York Knicks and the Cleveland Cavaliers, in Cleveland. Oakley is set for his day in court Tuesday, April 11, 2017, in the wake of his arrest at a Knicks game at Madison Square Garden in February.