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McCree is one of the heroes in Overwatch. He is an outlaw gunslinger and former gang member who fights for the principle of righteousness. Using his Peacekeeper , McCree takes out targets with deadeye precision and dives out of danger with eagle-like speed. Armed with his Peacekeeper revolver, the outlaw Jesse McCree doles out justice on his own terms. McCree had already made a name for himself as a member of the notorious Deadlock Gang , which trafficked in illicit weapons and military hardware throughout the American Southwest, when he and his associates were busted in an Overwatch sting operation. With his expert marksmanship and resourcefulness, he was given the choice between rotting in a maximum-security lockup and joining Blackwatch , Overwatch's covert ops division.
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A gay high school student who was found guilty of stabbing a classmate to death in a New York City high school was sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday. Cedeno, 20, came out as gay after his arrest. He has said he was bullied for years by his peers over his perceived sexuality and had acted in self-defense. Cedeno was on trial for manslaughter, assault and criminal possession of a weapon and was found guilty of all charges in July. He faced 50 years in prison. The judge declined to impose youthful offender status on Cedeno and sentenced him on Tuesday to 14 years in state prison for the manslaughter conviction and eight years for the assault.
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By Monica Greep For Mailonline. A men's rights activist whose own mother was shot and murdered by her husband has insisted he doesn't believe women are more likely to be victims of domestic violence. German-born Philipp Tanzer, 42, who lives in Durness, Scotland, identifies as part of the 'Manosphere' - a loosely connected collection of groups around the world who fight for men's rights and all believe that males are at a disadvantage in society. Appearing on BBC Three documentary 'I Am A Men's Rights Activist', Tanzer, a former soldier and porn star who now works as a barber, revealed he doesn't believe government statistics that show women are almost twice as likely to be victims of domestic abuse as men.