The Queen strips disgraced Prince Andrew of all military titles amid sex scandal by Harry Johnson, eTN, 1/18/21

UK, Buckingham Palace


In her lawsuit against the British royal, Virginia Giuffre claims that she was trafficked to Prince Andrew for sex by late pedophile billionaire Epstein and his recently‐convicted associate Ghislaine Maxwell.

Prince Andrew has denied sexually abusing Giuffre, saying in a 2019 interview that he did not recall ever even meeting her. A publicly available photo of the royal, however, shows the prince with his hand around Giuffre's waist, as the two were pictured in London.

Earlier Thursday, more than 150 British military veterans petitioned the Queen to ask her to strip her son of his honorary military roles and floated the idea to have him dishonorably discharged as well.

“We are particularly upset and angry that Prince Andrew remains a member of the armed forces and continues to hold military titles, positions and ranks, including that of Vice Admiral of the Royal Navy,” the veterans said in an open letter.

Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte‐Hermelyn Honors Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1/18/2022

Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte-Hermelyn, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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On August 28, 1963, he delivered the infamous “I Have a Dream” speech, which was responsible for fueling the Civil Rights Movement, giving hope to many in one of the darkest times in American history.

In 1968, King was assassinated by a known racist in Memphis, Tennessee, where he had traveled to support Black union workers who were striking for better wages and fair treatment. The assassination led to riots across the country. Political leaders encouraged Americans to continue King’s ideal of nonviolence.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s contribution to our nation will never be forgotten. Rev. Martin Luther King’s legacy lives on today, and every day.


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