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  • Suspect charged in Raymore deadly stabbing

    RAYMORE, Mo. -- A 41-year-old man has been charged in the deadly stabbing of a Raymore man. John W. Adams, of Raymore, was charged Saturday with first degree murder in the stabbing death of 44-year-old Brian A. Kile, also from Raymore. Deputies responded to a home near the intersection of 164th and N. Jerry around 4:30 p.m. Friday after receiving a 911 call about a disturbance in progress. The Cass County Sheriff's Office said the caller stated that her estranged husband entered the...

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  • Statements from suspect in Raymore deadly stabbing not consistent with autopsy or evidence

    RAYMORE, Mo. -- Around 4:30 Friday afternoon, Cass County Sheriff's Deputies went to a home on N. Jerry Street in Raymore. A woman called 911 and said her estranged husband, John Adams, attacked her boyfriend with a knife. Court documents say Adams called his wife that day, and told her he needed to come by to pick up a coat from his truck, and get his keys. She threw the keys to him out the window, and the two screamed at each other over the phone. The wife argued with him to leave...

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  • Suspect’s self-defense claim in deadly Raymore stabbing not consistent with autopsy or evidence

    RAYMORE, Mo. -- Around 4:30 p.m. Friday, Cass County Sheriff's Deputies went to a home on North Jerry Street in Raymore. A woman called 911 and said her estranged husband, John Adams, attacked her boyfriend with a knife. Court documents say Adams called his wife that day and told her he needed to come by to pick up a coat from his truck and get his keys. She threw the keys to him out the window, and the two screamed at each other over the phone. The wife argued with him to leave her...

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  • Suspected of Crimes, Netanyahu Is Also Suspected of Fear-Mongering

    Critics say the Israeli prime minister, battling for political survival, over-dramatized an anti-tunnel military operation to distract from his predicament.

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