US married couple arrested on charges of torturing their children

Authorities in the state of California say a husband and wife arrested Monday locked up 13 of their children in a very dirty house.

David and Louise Turpin were held on bail of $ 9 million while police investigated allegations of torturing and endangering the child.

Police were informed of the circumstances in the house in the town of Perris, near Los Angeles, by one of the 17-year-old girls who escaped from his home and talked to police on a cell phone.

Police said the girl was so malnourished that she looked like a 10-year-old, not a 17-year-old.

The police found a house of 12 children, but it turned out that after investigation some of them were between the ages of 18 and 29. [19659002] Police say the youngest victim was two years old and several children, they were held in the base of the house in a state cuffed to the bed and glued bok.

The police described the house as dark and foul-smelling. The victims look very dirty and seem hungry.

Authorities say the couple are managing the school during the day at their home and are experiencing various financial problems in recent years, according to a press release from the Riverside County County Chief of County Police Office.

the police statement said the parents of the children did not give a logical reason why their children were locked up in such a miserable condition. [mg/is]

New York Bombers Accused of Terrorism Charges

A counter-terrorism official in Bangladesh said on Wednesday that the man accused of detonating a pipeline bomb in a New York subway tunnel appeared to have no connection with militant groups.

Monirul Islam said investigators interrogating Akayed Ullah's wife and his in-laws as part of their investigation.

The 27-year-old Ullah will appear in court for the first time on Wednesday, one day after the federal prosecutor announces terrorism charges against him. Authorities say the Bangladeshi immigrant attack was inspired by ISIS.

The indictments against Ullah include placing bombs in public places and using weapons of mass destruction, each of which can be subject to maximum life imprisonment.

Under the criminal lawsuit which was revealed on Tuesday, Ullah was also charged with providing support for ISIS, destroying property with explosives, and using vandalism for violence. All these indictments can each be subject to a 30-year prison sentence.

In an interview with investigators at the hospital, Ullah confessed to making bombs and carrying out the attack on behalf of the ISIS terrorist organization. [ab/uh]

Women's Legislative Assembly Asked for Trump to be Examined on Sexual Harassment charges

More than 50 female legislators have asked House leaders to investigate allegations of sexual harassment committed by President Donald Trump before he becomes president at the White House.

The members of the House of Representatives sent a letter on Monday (11/12) to Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy and Elijah Cummings, Democrat Party politician from the House Committee on Government Reform and Supervision.

"At least 17 women openly accuse the president of sexual harassment," the Democratic Women Working Group said in his letter

"Americans deserve full investigation into the truth of these allegations.The President's own statement seems to support allegations it is … he feels free to continue such behavior towards women We can not ignore the large number of women who have come up with accusations against Trump. "

The letter asked the president to show evidence in his defense

four US senators asked President Trump to resign over the allegations. [sp/ii]