President Trump had severely criticized Hillary Clinton for using a private email server for official business.
Komar allegedly admitted to having “a large library of child pornography” encompassing “thousands of images and videos.”
“I said I was going to learn, and I wouldn’t rest until I learned.”
Asked one expert: “Can he write, ‘Well, I went and I didn’t see anybody being killed’ or, ‘These gas chambers were incapable of killing someone?’”
The most notable criticism came from New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a close friend of Trump who said he was “deeply disappointed.”
Stanwood Elkus had blamed Dr. Ronald Gilbert for decades for his incontinence and erectile dysfunction. In 2013, he murdered him.
Rabbi Levy Teitlebaum praised his group’s joint effort with a marijuana farm, but was blunt about his concerns about recreational use.
“Whether we coordinated the actual punch or not, I, for one, applaud the anonymous hero,” a Twitter user said.
The convicted killer hand-wrote a three-page statement saying he couldn’t trust lawyers who were “my political and biological enemies.”
Is he fighting for the rights of people with disabilities, or pulling a scam?