Joseph Lee Smith, a 35-year-old man from Shreveport, Louisiana, has been sentenced to 100 years of hard labor for the killing of 5-year-old Mya Patel in March 2021. Patel was playing in a hotel room when she was struck in the head by a bullet fired by Smith during an altercation with another man in the parking lot. Smith was convicted in January and sentenced to 60 years without the possibility of probation, parole, or sentence reduction for Patel’s slaying. He was also ordered to serve 20 years each for obstruction of justice and aggravated battery related to Patel’s death. The incident has shocked the local community, and the sentence has been welcomed as a step towards justice for Mya Patel’s family.
Paddy Procurement Completed Before Telangana Formation Day in Hyderabad
The state government of Telangana has successfully procured 50-lakh...
Before Telangana Formation Day, Hyderabad procures paddy.
The Telangana government has finished buying paddy for the...
Manipur civil society leaders hold talks with Amit Shah in Imphal
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday visited Churachandpur, the scene of some of the worst rioting in the recent ethnic conflict which broke out in Manipur earlier this month, to hold talks with Kuki civil society leaders.
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Air New Zealand has introduced a new measure that...
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