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Anne Heche unlikely to survive violent Mar Vista crash that left her in a coma

Anne Heche unlikely to survive violent Mar Vista crash that left her in a coma

Actress Anne Heche is unlikely to survive after a fiery car accident in Mar Vista last week left her in a coma, according to a statement on behalf of her family and friends on Thursday evening. She is being kept on life support at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital while medical staff …

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"It shocks the conscience."  Vanessa Bryant's attorney says photos of Kobe's helicopter crash were shared with dozens of LA County employees

“It shocks the conscience.” Vanessa Bryant’s attorney says photos of Kobe’s helicopter crash were shared with dozens of LA County employees

The scene unfolded during the second day of testimony in Vanessa Bryant’s federal civil lawsuit against Los Angeles County, which claims photos of the January 2020 helicopter crash were shared by county firefighters and Sheriff’s Department employees in settings unrelated to the investigation, including at a bar. Vanessa Bryant got emotional when Victor Gutierrez, a …

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Vanessa Bryant in tears as lawyer accuses LA deputies of sharing Kobe crash scene photos 'for a laugh'

Vanessa Bryant in tears as lawyer accuses LA deputies of sharing Kobe crash scene photos ‘for a laugh’

Vanessa Bryant’s attorney has accused Los Angeles County officials of exploiting Kobe Bryant’s death and sharing photos from the scene of his helicopter crash ‘for a laugh’ during the opening of pleadings in a civil trial that began on Wednesday. Bryant is suing the county for invasion of privacy, arguing that Los Angeles County Sheriff’s …

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Michael Saylor lost big in the Dot-Com bubble and Bitcoin crash.  Now he's aiming to bounce back again

Michael Saylor lost big in the Dot-Com bubble and Bitcoin crash. Now he’s aiming to bounce back again

Michael Saylor lost around $1 billion on his bitcoin (BTC) bet and has just quit as CEO of MicroStrategy (MSTR), the software company he founded in the 1980s. Being in a sticky situation is familiar territory for Saylor, 57. After the dotcom bubble burst in March 2000, CNBC host Jim Cramer pointed to MicroStrategy’s collapse …

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