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A talented rap musician with good looks and charisma to match, he was tipped to emulate chart-topping singer Lemar — another, more recent Edmonton County pupil.Tragically, however, this gifted teenager — who hoped to gain five A-starred GCSEs this summer — will be remembered for a very different reason.Many of the newcomers also manned local factories, making world-renowned products such as Ever Ready Batteries, Parker-Knoll furniture and British Oxygen.
She has said she was “shocked” and saddened by the allegations against someone she knew as a friend and that she supports the women who have come forward.“No, I did not know,” Clinton said in the interview.
She estimated that Weinstein had donated from $12,000 to $16,000 to her election campaigns.
The police, who have so far made six arrests — four suspects aged 20, 18, 16 and 14 have been bailed pending further inquiries, and two others, aged 16 and 14, are being held in custody — are said to be investigating both possibilities, among others.
Whatever the motive, of course, brutal gang killings such as this have become almost routine in inner-city ghettoes all across Britain.
These days, a disproportionately high number of Edmonton residents live on welfare benefits, and the mere sight of young men on push-bikes gives cause for alarm.
For, as last Sunday’s attack again demonstrated, they have effectively become fast-attack vehicles for the gangs running amok in the area.
During the Channel 4 interview, Clinton was asked whether she had heard rumours about Weinstein’s behaviour toward women before news reports this month detailed allegations of sexual harassment and assault dating back decades.
Clinton said she and her husband, the former president, have known Weinstein for years, and she attended numerous fundraisers organized or backed by the producer.
I think it’s important that we stay focused, and shine a bright spotlight and try to get people to understand how damaging this is.”Clinton was being interviewed about her new book, What Happened, which chronicles her 2016 presidential campaign.
In the book, Clinton includes a vivid description of her mind-set during a presidential debate with Trump last year, just days after The Washington Post reported on taped remarks in which Trump bragged about groping women without their consent.
In her book, Clinton brings up a particular moment during the debate when Trump began moving around the stage and loomed behind her as she answered questions.