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Justice For Kashif 

For most of us, it is unbearable to think about losing our spouse and two young sons. And that’s what happened to Kashif Hamza Hassan on August 11, 2011. This day, Kashif, his wife, Nazish, and their two-year-old son were attacked by numerous shots fired.

Nazish died on the spot while Kashif covered his son’s stroller with his back to stop the bullets from hurting him. 

In a split second, this tragedy forever changed the life of Kashif. His world was shattered as he was a happy and beloved husband and father, and next is this unimaginable grief. 

And then the unthinkable happened the police charged Kashif for conspiracy and murder. They were convinced this respected Pakistan’s architect and structural engineer killed his wife. 

They believed he planned everything even though there was no conclusive evidence against him. Unfortunately, the jury found him guilty and sentenced him to life in prison. 

It didn’t matter that Kashif had no motive to kill his wife, and there was no objective evidence to support the prosecution theory. 

For instance, they tested him for gunshot residue on his hands during his hospital stay. The results were released almost a year later and showed that he never fired any firearm.

Additionally, while Kashif was treated for the attack’s injuries, one of the detectives questioned him. The police officer stated that he confessed, but there is no record. A year later, the same officer changed his report and destroyed the case notes, which police must file according to the attorney general guidelines. 

It’s also vital to pinpoint that Kashif suffered several gunshot wounds and required eight surgeries and extensive hours of therapy to recover. 

A police officer said that Kashif was in pain and agony at the shooting scene. He treated him as a victim. Eighteen months later, he changed his report to what the prosecutor’s attorney wanted for unknown reasons. 

However, the most vital evidence is that the police found the killer. A “family friend” testified in court that she was guilty of attempting to kill Kashif and his son and murdered Nazish. She confessed she was in love with Kashif and was angry that he never reciprocated her feelings. That he never pursued a romantic relationship with her. 

As it’s common in these high-profile cases, she was offered a minor sentence if she testified against Kashif. 

She told the police that Kashif ordered her to kill his wife and injured him and his son. Her life sentence was reduced to 30 years in exchange for this false testimony, while Kashif received a life sentence in prison. 

Kashif has emphatically and persistently maintained his innocence of these accusations for more than ten years. He is convinced that being a Muslim and of Pakistani descent in Morristown, NJ, a predominantly white town, was crucial for his conviction. 

Now he is waiting for an appeal. 

Thanks to his paralegal studies, he’s ready to tell the world about the resistance he has endured to clear his name and get justice for himself, his sons, and especially for his adored Nazish. 

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Jaime Lee: 2 Girls 1 Blunt

Hailing from Hull, Massachusetts, Jaime Lee Simmons is a story of survival, a stand up comedian, podcast host, content creator, and avid mental health advocate. 

During her early childhood, Jaime Lee had to mature and grow up at a young age as she watched her father, Eric M. Simmons, a well known Boston Stone Mason, get addicted to his back painkiller medication which spiraled him into into a devastating addiction. He later became a prescription drug lord on the south shore of Massachusetts. 

She had to spend her high school years with both her sister, Jessica Ann Simmons, and her father in jail. Her sister and father passed away from drug overdoses, and her family fell apart. Forced into a parental role, she was made to help raise her siblings while maintaining a 4.39 high school GPA, and turned to marketing & social media as her way out of poverty and pain. Jaime Lee graduated at 18 with high honors from Hull High School in June and was ranked 6th in a class of 74 students.

Jaime Lee recalls a homework assignment where she was instructed to write a poem about a recent article in the news. She wrote about her father’s recent arrest, and subsequent harassment and isolation by the people in her hometown. 

She wrote in part: Your words, too fast off your tongue and onto the newspaper website, your convictions fly, the ignorant townspeople’s comments along with them.

Although this experience was extremely traumatic, it made Jaime Lee the strong woman she is today. From being severely bullied by not only students, but their parents and family members, she was also faced with her family’s situation constantly on the front page of every local newspaper. 

Instead of allowing this to stop her bright future, Jaime allowed her family and past to fuel her, and went on to graduate from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Marketing & Entrepreneurship and minor in Computer Science.

After college, she worked as a bartender & started her career at ThriveHive, the top digital marketing agency in Boston, Massachusetts. She has 4 years experience as a Digital Marketing Consultant and Field Sales Representative working with 100s of businesses across the country to grow their revenue using a custom paid digital ad strategy. While working her way up in the company by being promoted 3x in 3 years, she became a top sales rep in her office, winning the President’s Club Award 2x in a row. A businesswoman to the core, Jaime Lee decided to take a risk on herself and use her marketing knowledge to promote and work for herself. She Quit ThriveHive in June 2020 and started an OnlyFans to allow her to pursue Stand-Up Comedy and social media full time. 

While in a new state after receiving a promotion, Jaime Lee started doing comedy on the side to make friends, and within 8 months had her first headlining stand-up gig. Her comedy and social media has not gone unnoticed by other comedians, as she was noticed by Joey CoCo Diaz on Twitter & mentioned on his podcast for her successful marketing strategy mixing Comedy and OnlyFans by doing Topless Comedy on the popular adult site. 

In the height of the Covid pandemic and Black Lives Matter Movement, Jaime Lee  decided to host a Live Online Topless Comedy Show. Instead of posting on Onlyfans and keeping the money for herself, she decided to do a separate show off of OnlyFans and donate all proceeds to different Black Lives Matter charities. Jaime was aware that this was controversial but knew two things; 1) it would cause enough conversation to help promote the fundraiser, therefore, raising more money and 2) this was the perfect way to get people who didn’t already donate or who were not in support of the movement to subsequently donate their money to the cause. After posting in comedy Facebook groups across the country to get comics to perform & sell tickets, she immediately received backlash in the comedy community for the polarizing show. However, many comics were in support of her show as many male comics take their shirts off during shows and there are known “naked” comedy shows across the country. Comics from across the country flooded her messages to offer to do the show and help promote it. The turnout for the show was huge and in the matter of a few hours, she was able to raise over $4000 for charity. Given the outpouring of support for the initial show, the comics decided to do a second fundraising show in July. 

Over the pandemic, Jaime Lee and her best friend Emily Wade used comedy and cannabis to keep positive spirits. The two decided to start a stoner, Stand-Up Comedy podcast called 2 Girls 1 Blunt that launched on April 20, 2021. Within 5 months, 2 Girls 1 Blunt was picked up by Haze Radio Network growing the monthly podcast downloads to over 650,000. On the podcast, Jaime Lee and Emily interview Comedians, Adult Actresses like Mia Malkova, Influencers, and Cannabis Content Creators. She is known for her relatability, vulgar jokes, and unique take on spirituality and mental health given her upbringing. Jaime Lee always puts a funny twist on sharing her life; the good, the bad, and the messy.

Due to Jaime Lee’s growing social media presence & comedy, she appeared on a show at the Haha Comedy Club in LA with Jeffery Ross, Tony Rock, Jessimae Peluso, Brian Scolaro, and Doug Bensen. She has performed at Improvs and comedy clubs across the country, including the Only in Dade Bad Bitches Comedy Show at the Miami Improv in Doral, FL. Jaime Lee was mentioned on Bertcast by Bert Kreischer and Rachel Wolfson for her podcast 2 Girls 1 Blunt. 

Jaime Lee has used her past trauma to break generational cycles and change the outcome for both her and her family’s lives. She is a genuine example of resilience and how you can turn even the worst of situations into something meaningful, but also funny.

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“Bewar Nobadar Abdullah: 19 Years Old and Making His Mark in the Art World”

Bewar is a 19 year old artist from Norway. He is of Kurdish descent and his music is heavily influenced by his culture and heritage. Growing up, Bewar was exposed to a variety of music from around the world, but it was the sounds of his homeland that resonated most with him. 

He is an artist who strives to create a unique and memorable experience for his listeners. His music is more than just a collection of sounds, it is a work of art that tells a story. He uses melodies and flows to create a feeling of emotion and tell a tale that is both personal and relatable. His music is also interactive, engaging the audience so they can feel as if they are part of the story. He strives to create a connection with his listeners, and his music is a reflection of that. When you listen to his music, you can hear the passion and dedication he has for his art. It is clear that he loves what he does, and he wants to share that with the world.

In a recent interview, he was asked about his thoughts on social media. His response was that he saw it as a way to connect with his fans and get to know them better. He also said that he feels it is important to communicate with fans so that he can understand what kind of music they want. He also spoke about how social media can be a great way to meet new people and work with them. Overall, it is clear that he sees social media as a positive way to connect with his fans and create new opportunities.

When he was asked about his dreams he replied: My dream has always been to be able to become something big in this society and I will continue to work towards my goal until I have fulfilled it. He said that he wants to be known for showing my music and being able to have a great voice. “ I have always wanted to be remembered for my talents and not my looks. My biggest fear is to end up being somebody who is only known because of how they look and not their talent. I will continue to practise my music and hope that one day, people will know me because of my great voice and not just because of my face”.

He said about his current routine that: I work with my school education where I am an apprentice at a company. I have one year left to finish so I can take the exam to get my certificate. Working with an apprenticeship has been a great way to learn more about my desired profession and also get paid while doing it. It’s a lot of work and can be challenging at times, but it’s worth it when I think about my future career prospects. I’m grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow in my field, and I’m looking forward to see what the next year brings.

Answering his inspiration he said “My father is my biggest inspiration. In the past, he was part of a well-known brand in his home country. He had told me that when I got older and it inspired me to become an artist myself. Not only my dad inspires me, but also 50cent. He is one of the many I listen to daily and is a great inspiration to me. The way he raps and flows. It’s just amazing. My dad had always told me that if I work hard enough, I could achieve anything I wanted in life. And that’s exactly what I’m doing. Working hard to achieve my dreams and become an artist like my father and the 50cent. They are both amazing artists and I hope to one day be just like them. Thanks for the inspiration dad and 50cent!”

Giving advice to his followers he said ”One of the most important things in life is to set goals and work towards them. However, it is not always easy to stay motivated and on track. There will be times when you encounter obstacles and doubters. It is important to remember that you are in control of your own destiny. Do not let anything or anyone stop you from reaching your goals. Stay focused and positive, and you will achieve great things. Trust the process, and believe in yourself.”

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“Introducing Cale Holland, The Rising Artist Making Waves Out of Florida”

Cale Holland is 25 year old, up and coming alternative musician making waves out of Florida.

With only two records released, “Because” and “Parachute”, he’s already proving to be one of the most promising artists out of this generation. 

In 2012-2013, Holland was arrested on two separate occasions He made a shift after his second arrest and decided to channelize his talent and passion into a creative outfit. Cale, since his childhood, has been gifted with music, and he began going to studios after school to see what he could do. This led to a SoundCloud rap era which has been wiped off the internet, but the talent was apparent. Holland was then scouted by a modelling agency and made the decision to move to Los Angeles once he graduated from high school to focus on music and entertainment.

Be on the lookout for Holland’s upcoming releases in 2022.

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