After Michigan's governor announced the state will stop providing free bottled water to residents to Flint - afflicted four years ago by lead-tainted drinking water-churches and charities said Monday they're bracing for a surge in people seeking help. Normally we give out whatever a family wants, said Bill Qurles, a deacon of the First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church. But now we may have to limit that until more supplies come in. The church has been handing out bottled water for the past three years and typically sees about 100 to 200 cars a week. With fewer resources for residents, First Trinity isn't sure what to expect when the cars come through beginning Tuesday. Much needed donations from Fort Wayne Indiana, and Baltimore, Maryland, aren't expected at the church until the weekend and contributions have already been dwindling as water crisis no longer grabs daily headlines. The country thinks that the water is fine, Quarles added, but theresidents and the city of Flint do not trust what's being said. The states decision to close the four remaining bottled water stations comes as Gov. Rick Snyder said Friday that strides have been made to reverse the high levels of lead that were found in the water supply. The city's water has tested below the federal lead and copper limit of 15 parts per billions (ppb) for about two years, state officals said. Levels of 4 ppb were recorded in Flint during the first three months of 2018.
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Lakeith Smith was 15 years old when he went along with four older frineds on a burglary spree. A neighbour called the police when the group went into a home in Millbrook, Albama, and the responding officers surprised the teenagers as they were coming through the front door. The group turned and fled out the back door, and a shootout ensued. When it was all over, 16-year-old A'Donte Washington was dead with a bullet wound to his neck. It's never been in dispute that a Millbrook police officer shot and killed Washington - officer-worn body cameras captured the fatal confrontation. A grand jury declined to charge the officer, finding that the shooting was justified. Instead, Smith was charged and found guilty for his friends murder. Last week, a judge sentenced him to 65 years in prision. UNder Alabama's accomplice liability law, Smith is considered just as culpable in Washington's death as if he had pulled the trigger himself. "It's sad in my opinion," says Smith's defence lawyer, Jennifer Holton. "The cause of death was the officer's action." Albama's law is an example of so-called felony-murder laws and they are very common throughout the US-only seven states do not have some type of law that expands the definition of murder to include an unintenen- tional killing in the course of committing a felong. These laws also sweep up accomplices who, again, may not have directly caused harm, but were still a party in the felony that preceded the death. While rooted in English common law, felony-murder is a rare concept outside of the US.
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