El Chapo’s Wife Emma Coronel Aispuro Set To Be Released From Prison Today

El Chapo’s Wife Emma Coronel Aispuro Set To Be Released From Prison Today

According to prison records, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s wife is scheduled to be released from her halfway house in California on Wednesday.

She had been sentenced for her involvement in running the Mexican drug cartel, of which her husband was the leader.

In November 2021, Emma Coronel Aispuro was given a 36-month federal prison sentence for her involvement in money laundering and conspiring to import cocaine, meth, heroin, and marijuana into the U.S. Additionally, she was instructed to pay fines amounting to nearly $1.5 million.

In June, Aispuro was transferred from a federal prison in Texas to a halfway house in Long Beach, California, prior to her release.

According to an official from the Bureau of Prisons, inmates who have demonstrated good behavior in federal prison are typically transferred to a halfway house up to six months prior to their release.

In February 2021, she was arrested at Dulles International Airport, which is located just outside the nation’s capital. Later that year, she was convicted of drug trafficking and money laundering charges by a jury in Washington, D.C.

During her sentencing, Aispuro pleaded for forgiveness and promised, through an interpreter, that she would teach her daughters the difference between right and wrong. She fervently requested that they not be deprived of a mother’s presence as they grow up.

Aispuro was accused of conspiring with others to help her husband escape from Altiplano prison in July 2015. Prosecutors also claimed that she, along with others, had planned another prison escape for the drug kingpin before he was extradited to the U.S. in January 2017.

In February 2019, El Chapo was convicted of leading an industrial-scale drug trafficking enterprise known as the Sinaloa cartel, which is recognized as one of the largest, most lucrative, and most merciless drug smuggling organizations globally.

Since being sentenced to life in prison, he has attempted to appeal the conviction.

A Tennessee Elementary School Teacher Alissa McCommon Charged With Rape Of A Child

A Tennessee Elementary School Teacher Alissa McCommon Charged With Rape Of A Child

A teacher in Covington who is accused of raping a minor has been arrested and charged by the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office.

Alissa McCommon, aged 38 and from Covington, Tennessee, was identified as the teacher.

Several underage victims have come forward, claiming that their ex-teacher, McCommon, befriended them, started playing video games, and subsequently interacted with them on social media apps through their mobile phones. This allegedly resulted in her sending inappropriate pictures and soliciting sexual encounters with the victims.

McCommon confessed to engaging in inappropriate communication with former students. There is no evidence indicating that any of the alleged actions took place within the school premises.

The Tipton County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) detectives started collaborating with CPD detectives after they received information about a victim or victims who had been exposed to similar circumstances within the jurisdiction of the county but outside the limits of Covington city.

McCommon was taken to the Tipton County jail and a bond of $25,000.00 has been set in the case.

Detectives from the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office and the Covington Police Department are still conducting interviews with witnesses and identifying the victims involved in the case.

Chrisean Rock Sentenced To 4 Years Probation For Oklahoma Drug Case

Chrisean Rock Sentenced To 4 Years Probation For Oklahoma Drug Case

Chrisean Rock, who recently had a son, received some positive news as she learned that she will not be imprisoned for her drug charges case in Oklahoma.

The Star of Zeus Network has been charged with possessing a controlled dangerous substance without a tax stamp, as well as possessing it with the intention to distribute. If found guilty, both charges could result in a one-year prison sentence.

However, Chrisean Rock will not be going to prison, according to a report from Urban Islandz on Thursday (September 7). The court documents obtained by the outlet from Craig County District Court revealed that Rock, who did not attend the court hearing, had admitted guilt to the charges.

Ken Gallon, the attorney representing her, argued that Chrisean Rock’s absence of a criminal record should exempt her from receiving a custodial sentence.

The judge concurred and imposed a four-year probation for each of the charges on the Crazy In Love star. Additionally, she is required to fulfill 120 hours of community service at a homeless shelter.

Chrisean Rock will remain on probation until March 15, 2027. Furthermore, the judge has mandated that she must not break any state, tribal, federal government, or municipal laws while on probation. Additionally, as part of her probation conditions, the 23-year-old is required to pay a $991 fine to the District Attorney’s office.

Chrisean Rock is currently facing another criminal case in Las Vegas for allegedly assaulting a fan at a casino. She had previously been identified as a suspect by the police but has been in California with Blueface since the incident, which occurred a few months ago.

In the meantime, on Friday, Blueface accused Chrisean Rock of exploiting their recently born child for attention. Initially, he threatened to seek complete custody of their baby but later granted her a 30-day period to treat their son with sincerity before resorting to legal measures.

Chrisean Rock had a breakdown during an emotionally intense Instagram Live when they were threatened by Blueface to take their son.

Professor Majidah Bukhari Goes Viral After Performing A Self-Endoscopy

Professor Majidah Bukhari Goes Viral After Performing A Self-Endoscopy

Majidah Bukhari, a University of Sharjah professor, has gone viral after a video of her performing a self-endoscopy went viral.

Professor Bukhari originally shared the video on LinkedIn on International Women’s Day to explain how an endoscopy is used to examine the digestive tract for abnormalities such as ulcers, tumors, or inflammation.

“Endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure used to examine the digestive tract for abnormalities like ulcers, tumors, or inflammation,” Professor Majidah Bukhari said. “It is a routine procedure gastroenterologists perform to help diagnose and treat various digestive disorders. However, many people may feel anxious or apprehensive about undergoing an endoscopy.”

Professor Majidah Bukhari also discussed how she makes her patients feel at ease while informing them about any procedures they will need to undergo. This is one of the reasons she had an endoscopy on herself in order to encourage her patients to take charge of their health.

“As a healthcare provider, I understand that I must help my patients feel comfortable and informed about any procedure they undergo,” Professor Majidah Bukhari says. “My experience can alleviate my patients’ fears or concerns and encourage them to prioritize their health. As a woman, I am proud to share that I recently performed an upper endoscopy on myself. Sharing my experience will help to demystify the endoscopy procedure and encourage more people to take charge of their health.”

Professor Majidah Bukhari adds: “I want to use this opportunity on International Women’s Day to encourage everyone to prioritize their health and control their medical care.”

“On this Women’s Day, let us celebrate our strength, resilience, and determination to break down barriers and achieve our goals,” Professor Majidah Bukhari said. “However, let us also recognize the importance of caring for ourselves and each other, especially in these challenging times. To all my patients don’t be afraid from the upper endoscopy.”

The video of her performing a self-endoscopy is currently circulating on social media, thanks to a Twitter user named Dr. Keith Siau who shared it.

Take a look at the social media reactions to Professor Majidah Bukhari’s video below.

Pro Valorant Player Daveeys Has Passed Away At 23

Pro Valorant Player Daveeys Has Passed Away At 23

Santiago “Daveeys” Ruiz, a professional Valorant player, tragically passed away at the age of 23. On September 4th, his organization, KRÜ Esports, made the announcement.

Daveeys joined KRÜ Esports in October 2022 and quickly became a valuable member of the team. His 23rd birthday was on September 2, 2023, the day before his death.

KRÜ Esports issued a statement expressing their deep sadness at Daveeys’ death. The organization revealed that he died as a result of a medical problem on Sunday, September 3. The news surprised everyone.

Daveeys was regarded as a fantastic player and a fantastic teammate. He worked hard and represented his country and the global VALORANT community with humility. It was his dream to inspire others and be successful in his field, and he saw that dream come true.

During this difficult time, KRÜ Esports extended their thoughts and condolences to Daveeys’ family and friends. They asked the entire community to show their love and support to those affected by this tragic loss.

Daveeys made a significant contribution to KRÜ Esports’ success, assisting the team in qualifying for Valorant Champions 2023 by winning the Americas Last Chance Qualifier. Despite finishing in the top 16 at Champions, they were defeated by Giants.

Before Daveeys’ death was made public, his teammate axeddy posted on Twitter, urging everyone to express their love for their loved ones.

More information about this story is expected to emerge in the coming days.