Listen: Robert Kelly, Attorney, Venezuelan Army discussed on WBBM Programming
"Singer R Kelly could be facing up to seventy years in prison if convicted on the sex abuse charges. He's facing is now in jail and Chicago trying to raise one hundred thousand dollars in bond money to get out CBS news. Correspondent Rica Duncan says the Cook County state's attorney's laid out the allegations and the evidence she says in one video Robert Kelly would spit on her flak her in the face in choker in graphic detail. State attorney Kim FOX described the allegations involving four women who say they were sexually abused by R Kelly charges involved multiple four sex ax. According to court records three of the four women were between thirteen and sixteen years old when the alleged abuse happen of Kelly's best known hits. His I believe I can fly. But his attorney says contrary to the song Mr Kelly doesn't like to fly. And so it was not a flight risk then as wetlands have been rushing to rescue box. Emergency food and medicine from burning trucks stalled on a bridge to Columbia BBC correspondent early Gearan holding the line president Medeiros troops on the bridge between Colombia and Venezuela. From early morning face to face with their own countrymen desperate for aid to get through this. Former officer in the Venezuelan army addresses the young troops. When the orders are unconstitutional. He tells them you don't have to obey witnesses national guardsmen acting under orders from Madero torch the trucks once they crossed into Venezuelan territory. He's vowed to block aid shipments considering them a Trojan horse intended to pave the way for foreign military intervention.."