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Chaos in Vegas Courtroom, Defendant’s Violent Assault on Judge Sparks Bloody Brawl

Chaos in Vegas Courtroom, Defendant's Violent Assault on Judge Sparks Bloody Brawl

In a shocking incident at a Nevada courtroom, chaos erupted during the sentencing of Deobra Delone Redden, a defendant in a felony battery case. As Redden attempted to convince the judge that he had turned his life around, the situation escalated dramatically. Video footage captured the moment Redden leaped over the defense table, launching himself onto Clark County District Court Judge Mary Kay Holthus.

The violent episode unfolded with Redden grabbing the judge’s hair, causing both of them to fall back against a wall. A bloody brawl ensued involving court officials, attorneys, and Redden, leading to a gruesome scene. Although Judge Holthus sustained injuries, she did not require hospitalization.

Redden, facing multiple charges, including extortion and coercion with force, was restrained by court and jail officers. His bail was set at $54,000, and he refused to appear in court for new charges the following day. The court rescheduled his next appearance for January 9, while Redden remains in custody.

Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson emphasized Redden’s history of violent offenses and advocated for him to be held without bail, citing him as an “extreme danger to the community.” Redden’s criminal record includes three felonies and nine misdemeanors, with allegations of attacking a person with a baseball bat in the past.

Despite the disturbing events, concerns were raised about the tactics employed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) during its raid on the headquarters of Dangote Industries Limited. The EFCC is investigating alleged forex irregularities involving the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele. Critics question whether such actions could deter foreign investors.

While Forbes Real-Time Billionaires reported a shift in Aliko Dangote’s wealth, making South African billionaire Johann Rupert Africa’s wealthiest person, the EFCC’s tactics have drawn attention. Dangote Industries had refuted allegations of forex malpractices and money laundering, claiming the accusations were sponsored by a rival business group.

As investigations unfold in both the courtroom attack and the forex allocation probe, the consequences and implications of these incidents continue to capture public attention.

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