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7:05 AM ET, June 11, 2023


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New York Times:
Trump Supporters' Violent Rhetoric in His Defense Disturbs Experts  —  The former president's allies have portrayed the indictment as an act of war and called for retribution, which political violence experts say increases the risk of action.  —  The federal indictment of former President Donald J. Trump …
Matt Dixon / NBC News:
Trump delivers fiery post-indictment speech: 'They're coming after you'  —  In his first remarks since he was indicted in the federal classified documents probe, he warned Georgia activists that the “deep state” was coming for them, too.  —  ‘A travesty of justice’: Trump delivers first public remarks since indictment
Washington Post:
Trump indictment largely based on insider accounts of life at Mar-a-Lago  —  Much of the evidence used to charge Donald Trump — material including text messages and notes from his own attorney — came from those hired to serve him  —  Text messages.  Phone records.  Photos.
Jared Gans / The Hill:
Pence calls for Garland to publicly justify Trump indictment  —  Former Vice President Mike Pence called on Attorney General Merrick Garland to publicly justify the federal indictment against former President Trump after his former boss was charged with 37 criminal counts.
Tom Boggioni / Raw Story:
Former Trump lawyer gives DOJ a tip: Follow ‘unholy relationships’ with the Saudis
Discussion: MSNBC and Newsbusters
New York Times:
Trump Left the Justice Dept. No Choice
Marc Fisher / Washington Post:
Trump's path to indictment: 'Isn't it better if there are no documents?'
Associated Press:
Trump's GOP defenders in Congress leap into action on charges after months of preparation
Erik Ortiz / NBC News:
Reality Winner says she's ‘blown away’ by details in indictment against Trump
Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
Trump vows to stay in the race even if convicted  —  “I'll never leave,” he tells POLITICO.  —  Donald Trump vowed Saturday to continue running for president even if he were to be convicted as part of the 37-count federal felony indictment that was issued against him this week.
Glenn Thrush / New York Times:
Kaczynski Died by Suicide in Prison, Sources Say  —  The F.B.I. is investigating the death of the man known as the “Unabomber,” who was transferred to a federal prison medical center in 2021.  —  Reporting from Washington  —  Theodore J. Kaczynski, the “Unabomber,” who killed three people …
Alex Traub / New York Times:
Ted Kaczynski, ‘Unabomber’ Who Attacked Modern Life, Dies at 81  —  Alone in a shack in the Montana wilderness, he fashioned homemade bombs and launched a violent one-man campaign to destroy industrial society.  —  Theodore J. Kaczynski, the so-called Unabomber, who attacked academics …
Associated Press:
Theodore ‘Ted’ Kaczynski, known as the ‘Unabomber,’ has died in federal prison
Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Trump Appointee Was Randomly Assigned to Documents Case, Clerk Says  —  The chief clerk of the courts for the Southern District of Florida added that Judge Aileen M. Cannon's assignment to the case is not temporary.  —  Reporting from Washington  —  The criminal case against President Donald J. Trump …
Twitter stiffs Google  —  Musk won't pay his Google Cloud bill — and the company's trust and safety systems are hanging in the balance … Twitter has refused to pay its Google Cloud bills as its contract comes up for renewal this month, Platformer has learned, leading to a high-stakes conflict between …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Elon Musk Says Twitter Is Going To Get Rid Of The Block Feature, Enabling Greater Harassment
Discussion: Deadline, Forbes and New York Post
Cassandra Macdonald / TIMCAST:
Theodore John Kaczynski Dead at 81  —  “The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.”  —  Theodore John Kaczynski, the Unabomber, passed away early Saturday morning.  —  According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Kaczynski was discovered unresponsive in his cell around 12:30 a.m. ET.
Discussion: Washington Post and The Messenger
Taylor Baker / KRCR-TV:
Disturbing fliers targeting LGBTQ+ community found in Target parking lot  —  REDDING, Calif. — In the midst of Pride month, a disturbing incident marred the inclusive spirit as fliers containing derogatory remarks about the LGBTQ+ community were discovered on multiple cars outside a Target store.
Jack Herrera / Los Angeles Times:
Migrants say Florida contractors pushed to get them to board planes to California  —  María traveled more than 2,800 miles from Venezuela to reach the United States in early May. Once crossing the border, however, she made it only four blocks, to a shelter at Sacred Heart Church in downtown El Paso.
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