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Chance of parole denied for man who killed 3 Choctaw Indian tribal members

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www.supertalk.fm – J.T. Mitchell – 2024-04-17 09:47:34

SUMMARY: Kenneth Clemons, now 42, who murdered three people at age 14 in Neshoba County, was denied parole by the Mississippi Court of Appeals. Despite arguments that without parole for juvenile crimes is unconstitutional under *Miller v. Alabama*, the court distinguished that mandatory life without parole is banned, not discretionary ones considering factors like home and potential for rehabilitation. Clemons had killed members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and, despite claims of possible rehabilitation and remorse, has continued aggression in prison, leading the court to consider him still dangerous. The ruling was unanimous.

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After two lightning delays, Southern Miss baseball secures spot in Sun Belt championship

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www.supertalk.fm – Hunter Dawkins – 2024-05-25 23:22:08

SUMMARY: Southern Miss overcame unconventional circumstances to advance to the Sun Belt Tournament championship. Two lightning delays extended the , starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 8:53 p.m. Appalachian initially led, but Southern Miss tied the game in the second inning. After a two-hour delay, Southern Miss took a 7-5 by the fifth inning. A second five-hour delay followed, after which Golden Eagle relievers shut down Appalachian State. First-year head coach Christian Ostrander praised the team's focus. Notable performances included Slade Wilks extending his streak and Tolley's home . Southern Miss now aims for the conference title.

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Mississippi businessman accused of working with mafia boss in fraud scheme pleads guilty

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www.supertalk.fm Staff – 2024-05-25 21:46:45

SUMMARY: Keaton Langston, a 39-year-old businessman from Booneville, admitted to scamming millions from Medicare. Named in a $51 million fraud case, Langston, along with Florida businessman Farese, associated with the Colombo , submitted false claims using clinical labs, pharmacies, and medical equipment supply companies. An April Politico implicated Jim Biden, 's brother, in helping pitch Langston's services to a hospital chain. Langston pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud, netting over $10 million. The charge carries up to 10 years in prison and a substantial fine. His sentencing is set for October 2024, while Farese's court appearance is pending.

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State trooper airlifted after being struck by vehicle in Hancock County

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www.supertalk.fm Staff – 2024-05-25 12:29:08

SUMMARY: A trooper, Nicholas Dean, was airlifted on Friday night after being struck by a vehicle during a safety checkpoint in Hancock County. Dean was on when a teenager, under the influence, hit him with a vehicle. He suffered severe injuries and was transported to a hospital. The incident occurred during MHP's travel enforcement period aimed at increasing trooper presence. Department of Public Safety Commissioner Sean Tindell confirmed Dean is expected to recover fully and emphasized the dangers and legal consequences of impaired driving. The teen's identity remains undisclosed.

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