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Translation issues: Lawyers for man accused of plotting mass shooting in Milwaukee ask that trial be delayed

Samy Mohammed Hamzeh

MILWAUKEE — Lawyers for the man accused of plotting a mass shooting in downtown Milwaukee have asked that his trial be delayed.

Samy Hamzeh’s trial was set to begin on Jan. 24th but his lawyers want that pushed back due to translation issues.

Hamzeh was indicted on three counts of knowingly receiving and possessing a firearm not registered to him — two machine guns and a silencer, charges to which he’s pleaded not guilty.

He’s accused of planning to kill at least 30 people. According to the criminal complaint, Hamzeh engaged in extensive conversations with two confidential sources, and those conversations, which were in Arabic, were monitored, recorded and translated by the FBI beginning in October 2015. During those recorded conversations, Hamzeh explained that he wanted to commit a domestic act of violence and, in January 2016, he settled on a Masonic temple in Milwaukee as

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"Death Note" Starts Off Promisingly, Then Gets Lost In Translation

Stanfield’s character, when he arrives, gets an arc that’s similarly condensed — he’s a legendary detective who goes only by the name L, and takes on the unpopular task of tracking down Kira. The eccentric candy chomper is the film’s most overtly cartoonish character, and Stanfield leans into that nicely, disguising himself by pulling a turtleneck over the lower half of his face and folding his lanky limbs into a squat on top of chairs rather than sitting in them. He’s enjoyably weird and, like any good fictional detective, brilliant, which we see in how quickly he homes in on Kira’s true identity. But there’s no space here for the prolonged battle of intellects between L and Light that forms the backbone of the anime series. One of the unfortunate realizations as Death Note churns onward is that it would have been better off either cutting L (to the

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