OPINIÓN: Deliberan sobre los torturados que fueron reseñados en el documental ‘Duda Razonable’

La Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) atrajo y revisará el caso de cuatro ciudadanos de Tabasco –tres de ellos en prisión- que fueron acusados de secuestro bajo la vieja práctica de la tortura, los testimonios falsos y la corrupción de los jueces.

Woman Diagnosed With Dementia Last Seen in Santa Clarita Reported Missing

A blind 71-year-old woman diagnosed with dementia was reported missing after last being seen in Santa Clarita Thursday.Sandra Leinett Adair, also known as “Grandma,” was last seen about 4 p.m. in the 26000 block of Isabella Parkway, near Via Princessa, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported. Adair was described as a 5-foot, 8-inch tall Black woman weighing 245 pounds with gray hair styled in braids. She was last seen wearing a burgundy jacket and black/white, checkered pants. The Sheriff’s Missing Persons Unit urged anyone with any information regarding Adair’s whereabouts to call it at 323-890-5500 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.

L.A. hospital seeks help to identify patient found in wheelchair

A local hospital is asking for the public’s help to identify an unknown patient who was found on the streets of downtown Los Angeles. The unidentified man was discovered on Nov. 3 while sitting in a wheelchair on Hope Street, according to Dignity Health. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Health officials say he had recently suffered from a stroke. He is unable to speak and was observed with a weakness affecting his right side. The man was found on the street with no identification or documents, said hospital workers. An unidentified male patient was found on the streets of downtown L.A. (Dignity Health) He is described as a Hispanic man in his 40s-50s with brown eyes and dark brown/black hair with some gray. He stands around 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. He has a dark beard streaked with gray. Anyone who recognizes this man is asked to call Dignity Health at 213-765-7775 or 213-507-7412.

COVID-19 Numbers Keep Zooming Up in Orange County

Orange County’s coronavirus case rates and hospitalizations kept a steady pace up this week with patient levels exceeding the summer wave and not seen since mid-February, according to data released Thursday by the Orange County Health Care Agency.Hospitalizations of COVID-19-infected patients have been on a steady rise since Nov. 11, when there were 105 patients.There were 299 patients as of Nov. 30, and that number has climbed to 388 as of Wednesday. The number of patients in intensive care have mirrored the same trend with the number climbing from 38 to 48. “The hospitalization numbers are back to February levels and that is portentous,” said Andrew Noymer, an epidemiologist and UC Irvine professor of population health and disease prevention. “It speaks for itself that we’re back to levels not seen since last winter, the tail end of the Omicron wave, and we’re heading into another winter wave.”As Los Angeles County is weighing another indoor mask mandate, Noymer recommended masking up in Orange County.“The best thing people can do is mask in indoor spaces like the mall or the grocery store,” Noymer said. “I really urge