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'Secret' settlement is reached over James Brown's estate
Marc Toberoff, a lawyer for nine of Brown's heirs, told DailyMail.com 'all matters' had been settled between the parties and that his clients were 'very happy'.Marc Toberoff, a lawyer for nine of Brown's heirs including five children, the estate of one child, and three grandchildren, told DailyMail.com 'all matters' had been settled between the parties and that his clients were 'very happy.
in a few dozen dinghyboats and canoes have recovered demonstrators on Sunday at the Alster for a redistribution of assets in Germany. They started on the afternoon of the oak park at the northern end of the outside of the outside and paddled the Alster upwards towards Winterhude. The river is largely lined with representative residential buildings on the route.
of her target group kept the activists posters with "who has, who is" or "expropriation now". In summer weather, several stand-up paddlers and boaters in the dense crowd on the narrow river were temporarily involuntary participants in demonstration.
Feds are seizing cryptocurrency from criminals. Now they have to figure out what to do with it. .
The US government has hired a cryptocurrency company to store all the bitcoin it’s seizing.This week, a small platform for safekeeping cryptocurrency called Anchorage Digital announced it had won a contract from the Department of Justice to store and liquidate digital assets that federal law enforcement seizes following criminal investigations. The government has essentially hired a bank to store and sell billions of dollars’ worth of forfeited cryptocurrency, including troves of bitcoin and ethereum. Anchorage Digital, which is based in San Francisco, is an obvious choice for a partner, as it’s the first federally chartered bank for crypto.