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How Tottenham’s £1billion stadium is transformed for NFL ahead of international series

Tottenham's £1billion stadium has been transformed for the NFL - and it makes for fascinating viewing.American football is returning to London this weekend as part of their international series of matches abroad, with Spurs their locked in host in the English capital having signed a partnership deal until 2028.Ground staff have been hard at work since Antonio Conte's side beat Leicester 6-2 on September 17 to get the pitch ready for this Sunday's (October 2) clash between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints. But their job is made much easier by the incredible technology in use.READ MORE: NFL fans buzzing as Rihanna gets Super Bowl half-time show ahead of Taylor SwiftThe NFL's official UK Twitter account shared a time-lapse video of the lengthy process which has left fans in awe.

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R Kelly convicted on several counts of child pornography but acquitted of trial fixing
R Kelly has been convicted by a federal jury of several counts of child pornography in his hometown Chicago.The chart-topping artist, 55, was found guilty of three counts of child pornography and three counts of child enticement.However, the dad-of-three was acquitted on a fourth count of pornography as well as a conspiracy to obstruct justice after he was accused of fixing his state child pornography trial back in 2008.READ MORE: R Kelly taken off suicide watch in jail following 30-year sentence for sex crimesHe was found not guilty on all three counts of conspiring to receive child pornography and for two further enticement charges.His two co-defendants were found not guilty on all charges.This decision comes after a federal judge in New York sentenced the I Believe I Can Fly singer to 30 years in prison back in June 2019 for racketeering and sex trafficking. Going off of that sentence, Kelly will not be eligibly for release until he is approximately 80 years old.But that doesn't mean that the legal challenges for the singer is over yet, with two further trials set to take place later this year - one in Minnesota and another in state court at Chicago.Kelly - who rose to fame from a life of poverty on Chicago's South Side to blossom into a Grammy-winning superstar - sold millions of albums even after abuse allegations began circulating in the 1990s.
FBI Grabbing Mike Lindell’s Phone May Yield Info on Fascist White Supremacist and Christian Nationalist He Is Bankrolling
executing a search warrant seized the cell phone of Mike Lindell, a democracy-denying ultra MAGA activist who had Oval Office access to Donald Trump when he was president, promotes wild conspiracy theories, and is now bankrolling a far-right extremist described as a “fascist,” a “white supremacist,” and “one of the internet’s most rabid white Christian nationalists.”“We are the Christian Taliban and we will not stop until The Handmaid’s Tale is a reality, and even worse than that,” says Vincent James, who Lindell is financially supporting according to Right Wing Watch and Vice News.Lindell, of course, is known to millions as the “My Pillow guy,” the founder of the massively successful shredded foam manufacturer who is now using his vast wealth to promote his claims of massive election fraud, claims that have led some television stations, he says, to ban him from appearing in his own commercials.READ MORE: MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Launches Paranoid Rant: ‘Had to Get on My Knees and Pray to God’ US Gov’t. Didn’t Kill HimLindell told supporters about the FBI executing a search warrant while he was at a Hardee’s drive-thru in his Mankato, Minnesota hometown, on his streaming show, the Lindell Report.“Cars pulled up in front of us, to the side of us, and behind us and I said those are either bad guys or the FBI,” Lindell said, The Guardian reports.