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Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz is a Montreal-based journalist writer and podcast host. He is the main host of This Week In Canada a comedy and opinion news show.

American News

BREAKING: SFPD releases video of Pelosi's alleged attacker breaking into home

Police also released on Thursday the bodycam footage from the night of October 28, 2022, when DePape allegedly assaulted Paul Pelosi with a hammer.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 27, 2023

News Analysis

AP says not to refer to 'the' French because it is 'dehumanizing'

"We recommend avoiding general and often dehumanizing 'the' labels such as the poor, the mentally ill, the French, the disabled, the college-educated."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 26, 2023

American News

BREAKING: 5 former Memphis police officers charged with murder of Tyre Nichols, police cam footage to be released

The Memphis Police Department said on Thursday that it will release the body cam footage from the incident that led to the death of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 26, 2023

American News

BREAKING: Schiff to make Senate run after being ousted from House Intel Committee

Schiff will run for the seat that has been held by Dianne Feinstein since 1992. Feinstein, 89, has not announced whether she will run for another six-year term.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 26, 2023

American News

BREAKING: 'First come the tanks, then come the nukes': Trump calls for war in Ukraine to end

"FIRST COME THE TANKS, THEN COME THE NUKES. Get this crazy war ended, NOW," Trump posted to Truth social. "So easy to do!"

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 26, 2023

American News

4 Washington men convicted of engaging in child exploitation enterprise

Four Washington men were convicted on Tuesday following an investigation that revealed they were engaging in a child exploitation enterprise.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 25, 2023

International News

Mexico seeks to recover $700 million from former security official on trial in US for taking bribes from Sinaloa cartel

Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said Mexico has filed a lawsuit in Florida, where Garcia Luna resided after leaving Mexico.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 25, 2023

Canadian News

BREAKING: Quebec woman pleads guilty to sending ricin-laced letters to Trump, Texas officials

A woman from Quebec, Canada with dual citizenship with Canada and France pleaded guilty on Wednesday to sending a threatening letter containing homemade ricin to then-President Donald Trump.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 25, 2023

International News

Pope Francis says homosexuality not a crime after Benedict book revealed gay clubs in seminaries

Francis' comments come after posthumous allegations by Pope Benedict that the church was being pushed by a progressive agenda under Francis, and that Catholic seminaries were being used as "gay clubs."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 25, 2023

American News

Trump defends Pence amid classified document find in Indiana home

"He never did anything knowingly dishonest in his life. Leave him alone!"

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 24, 2023

American News

BREAKING: Pence self-reports that he has classified docs in his home

The documents were discovered at Pence's new home in Carmel, Indiana.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 24, 2023

International News

El Chapo's cartel funneled 'millions in bribes' to top Mexican official: US prosecutors

"The defendant took millions of dollars of bribes again, again and again," said government attorney Philip Pilmar.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 24, 2023

Culture

Canada's National Arts Centre hosts 'black out' film screening for an 'all-Black identifying audience'

"A Black Out is an open invitation to Black Audiences to come and experience performances with their community."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 24, 2023

International News

BREAKING: Secret Pope Benedict book is published blasting progressive Pope Francis, reveals US Catholic seminaries are havens of 'gay clubs'

"In various seminaries homosexual 'clubs' were formed which acted more or less openly and which clearly transformed the atmosphere in the seminaries. In a seminary in southern Germany, candidates for the priesthood and candidates for the lay office of pastoral referent lived together."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 23, 2023

American News

BREAKING: 2 children dead, 1 adult injured in mass shooting at Iowa at-risk youth center

Des Moines Police Department Sgt. Paul Parizek said in a Monday afternoon press conference that two students were taken to the hospital in critical condition, while a third person, who is an employee at the center, is in serious condition and undergoing surgery.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz / Jan 23, 2023

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