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HISTORY TODAY: ‘Remember, remember, the fifth of November!’ 9 facts about Bonfire Night

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#AceHistoryDesk – It’s hard to forget the date of Bonfire Night thanks to the catchy poem that’s always reminding us ‘Remember, remember, the fifth of November!’ And on that day for the past 400 years, Brits have been lighting bonfires, setting off fireworks and burning effigies of a man named Guy Fawkes who famously tried to blow up parliament.

Man standing in front of a Guy Fawkes bonfire during the 5th of November at Lindifield bonfire night, West Sussex, England

Whilst it might seem strange that we continue to celebrate the failure of the Gunpowder Plot some four centuries later, there’s a surprising number of other facts about November the 5th that you might not know about.

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1. Guy Fawkes wasn’t the main man

That’s right. Whilst many believe Guy Fawkes was the mastermind behind the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, he was far from it. The man who put the whole thing together was Robert Catesby, a dissident Catholic who wished to rid of Protestant King James I of England.

To blow up the Houses of Parliament (along with the king) – an act Catesby hoped would spark a Catholic uprising – he needed a team as well as an explosives expert; enter Guy Fawkes.

After stocking a vault under the House of Lords with 36 barrels of gunpowder, Fawkes was tasked with guarding it on the night of November 4. However, the king got wind of the plot and ordered the Houses of Parliament to be searched. Fawkes was caught red-handed.

As for the ringleader Catesby, he died in a gunfight with English troops as they rounded up the remaining conspirators.

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2. Fawkes wasn’t burned on a fire

Although effigies of Fawkes are placed on top of bonfires still to this day, the man himself wasn’t burned to death on one.

After being found guilty of treason in a show trial in January 1606, Fawkes and his remaining co-conspirators were sentenced to death. They were all publicly hung, drawn, and quartered, although Fawkes managed to avoid the latter part of his execution by leaping to his death as he awaited the gallows and subsequently died of a broken neck.

Read more about: Kings and QueensPopery, puritans and witches: The reign of King James I and VIby Richard Bevan

3. The Pope was the original effigy on the stake

We’ve discovered Fawkes wasn’t the ringleader of the Gunpowder Plot nor was he burnt alive on a bonfire. Now, we learn he wasn’t even the original effigy! That honour went to the Pope.

In 1606 the Observance of 5th November Act was passed, enforcing an annual public day of thanksgiving for the plot’s failure. It became known as Gunpowder Treason Day.

In the many years that followed, effigies of the Pope were burnt on November 5 continuing the anti-Catholic sentiment of the time. It wasn’t until the end of the 18th century that children began walking the streets with homemade masked effigies of Guy Fawkes, begging for “a penny for the Guy.”

As such, Guy Fawkes eventually replaced the Pope atop the burning bonfires and the day shifted from Gunpowder Treason Day to Guy Fawkes Day. The commemoration had begun to lose its religious and political undertones and in 1859 the Observance of 5th November Act was repealed.

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4. The Houses of Parliament are still searched

Just in case someone is hoping to achieve what Fawkes couldn’t, the Yeoman of the Guard (the oldest British military corps still in existence) search the Houses of Parliament every year, usually just before the State Opening of Parliament.

The practice is more ceremonial rather than serious, with the Yeoman carrying lanterns as they search the premises.

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5. Lewes is the bonfire capital of the UK

Every year the sleepy picturesque East Sussex town of Lewes comes boisterously to life on Bonfire Night. The Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations are truly a sight to behold, and it claims to be the biggest November 5th event in the UK.

There are around seven Bonfire societies in Lewes, with each one putting on separate processions and firework displays throughout the town. Themed effigies are created by the societies and displayed during their processions. Past ones have included Russian President Vladimir Putin wearing a mankini and Donald Trump dressed as Humpty Dumpty.

Up to 30 other societies across Sussex descend on the town to march the streets, wielding flaming torchlights. All this means that up to 5,000 people can be taking part in the celebrations. That’s not to mention the many more who come to witness the spectacle, swelling the ranks of the 17,000 who already live there with an additional 80,0000 spectators.

Read more about: Tudor HistoryPenny for the guys: What happened to the Gunpowder Plot conspirators? by James Brigden

6. Burning tar barrels of Ottery St Mary

Lewes might have the biggest Bonfire Night celebrations but perhaps not the weirdest. Surely that goes to Ottery St Mary, a town on the River Otter in Devon some 10 miles east of Exeter.

On November 5, for some reason lost in history, people from the town lift flaming tar barrels and carry them through the streets. Thousands of spectators watch on as numerous barrels soaked with tar are set alight and hoisted onto the shoulders of willing participants. You have to see it to believe it.

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7. 40ft Brockham Bonfire

If the bonfire part of Bonfire Night is more your thing, make sure to head to Surrey this November 5, as the Brockham Bonfire is famous for its massive bonfire. With traditions dating back to Victorian times, the event includes a procession, fireworks, and an enormous bonfire around 40ft in height. That makes for one hell of a fire!

8. Toffee apples and parkins

It’s customary on Bonfire Night to indulge in a toffee apple or three but why exactly is the sticky fruit associated with the event? The practice of serving fruit with sugar or honey dates back centuries and what more abundant fruit to serve on November 5 than the bountiful apple? With autumn orchards bursting from the seams, there’s no better fruit to coat in sugary goodness at this time of year.

In certain parts of the country, the parkin is said to be as much a part of Bonfire Night as sparklers. The deliciously sticky cake made of oatmeal and black treacle dates back to pre-Gunpowder Plot days. The tradition of eating parkin during the winter months probably originated with the pagan practice of eating celebratory cakes on the first day of winter.

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9. Bonfire Night in June?

In the city of Cork and many western rural parts of the Republic of Ireland, Bonfire Night has nothing to do with November and everything to do with the 23rd of June. Known as St. John’s Eve, the night is marked by the lighting of large bonfires throughout the countryside.

With ancient roots, the festival coincided with the Summer Solstice as people gathered and celebrated in the hope of ensuring a bountiful harvest.

Find out more about the history of Bonfire Night and its various traditions, in Sky HISTORY’s Bonfire Night hub.

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U.S COURT UPDATE REPORT: Paul Haggis Denies Sexually Assaulting Any Of His Accusers: “Terrible False Allegations”

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#AceNewsDesk – UPDATED with more testimony, 5:09 PM: Back on the witness stand Thursday, Paul Haggis denied sexually assaulting any of the four Jane Does who have testified in support of Haleigh Breest, the New York woman who is suing the Oscar-winning filmmaker and former Church of Scientology member for allegedly raping her in 2013 according to Deadline News by

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On the stand for a second day, Haggis finished his direct testimony in the sexual assault civil trial by saying these “terrible false allegations” had left him both “scared” and “humiliated.”

“I’m scared because I don’t know why women or anyone would lie about things like this, make up or twist the truth,” Haggis said more than seven hours into questioning by his lawyer, Priya Chaudhry. “I don’t know.”

In a halting voice, he said, “To see my daughters sitting in the courtroom right now, my son and my family, I’m humiliated by these false allegations.”

Haggis also faced 90 minutes of cross-examination by a lawyer for Breest, Ilann Maazel, that will continue on Friday. Judge Sabrina Kraus has told jurors to expect closing arguments on Monday. 

Haggis denied, with varying degrees of detail, the individual accounts of the Jane Does who testified either in person or through depositions about incidents that happened between 1996 and 2015. Deadline is not identifying the women. 

One woman testified that Haggis raped her in 1996 in his Toronto production office for the TV show Due South. Haggis said he already was back in Los Angeles by then. 

Another woman said Haggis came at her in 2008 during a meeting in his Santa Monica film production headquarters, saying, “I want to be inside you,” and she fled the building. Haggis said his actual words were, “I want to sit beside you,” and that his only mistake was “oversharing” about his personal life and his poor self-image before he moved to sit closer. 

He said he walked her out to her car where they said a friendly goodbye. She testified that they stayed in touch and that she sought his help with a U.S. work visa.

A third woman said Haggis got her alone into his hotel suite at a film and television festival in 2008 in Banff, Alberta, with the false promise of an afterparty. There, she testified, Haggis tried to kiss her, followed her out of the hotel and groped her breasts by a taxi stand before shoving her toward a cab. 

“It’s just absolutely not true,” Haggis said. “If I was going to touch her breasts,” he said, he had “ample opportunity to do that if I chose to do so” when she was in his suite. He said his party guests eventually did show up.

A fourth woman said Haggis tried to force himself on her outside her apartment building in Toronto in 2015 but retreated when a passer-by heard her screaming. In her account, she said she exited a cab ride that she had spent cursing at him to “get the f*ck out,” and he followed her to the front door, flinging cash at the driver. 

Haggis said he wasn’t carrying cash, and his lawyer showed jurors a credit card bill with an item that he said was for that ride. Haggis said it took three or four minutes to process the card payment in the cab, and that the woman waited patiently at the curb for him before he saw her to her building door. “I waved and walked away,” he said. 

His voice rose as he objected to the fourth woman’s “vile” claims that Haggis called his ex-wife, Deborah Rennard, a “bitch” and told her details about his sex with her. “She’s my best friend. She’s stood by me,” Haggis said, almost sobbing, with Rennard sitting in the courtroom a day after she testified for him. “I never called her that.”

Haggis also returned to his Scientology defense one more time. He repeated a claim from another ex-Scientologist, Mike Rinder, who testified that an Australian television news program pulled a multi-part investigation into Breest’s lawsuit one day before the first segment was scheduled to air. 

Haggis said the investigative reporter behind the exposé told him beforehand he had evidence that Scientology — which Haggis denounced as a “cult” after he quit in 2009 — was attempting to “blackmail or coerce or kidnap” women to induce them to fabricate allegations against Haggis. Judge Kraus ordered the jury to disregard this statement from Haggis, whose legal team has not put the reporter on the stand or shown jurors any documentation of his claim.  

Haggis also seconded an assertion by Rinder that when Scientology sets out to discredit or destroy an enemy, “You would never know.”

“They leave their footprints all over it,” Haggis said, “but not their fingerprints.” 

Haggis pointed to the testimony of an ex-Scientologist, Shawna Lee Brakefield, that after Haggis quit the church, she got a call from a high-ranking Scientology official asking her to help him dig up dirt. 

On cross-examination, Maazel challenged Haggis’ self-description to jurors as a “high school dropout” who worked his way up to Hollywood royalty. Haggis admitted he went to a boarding school in his native Canada, got kicked out for breaking into an administrative office by picking the locks and altering his records and, at his next school, stole a checkbook from another student and used it to forge a check to buy himself running shoes.

Maazel probed for discrepancies between the written statements Haggis gave in reply to Breest’s lawsuit and his testimony on the stand. Breest testified that Haggis forced oral sex and intercourse on her. Haggis testified that he fell asleep during consensual oral sex that Breest initiated and he has “no memory” of having intercourse with her or of ejaculating at any point.

Over objections from Haggis’ lawyer, some sustained by Kraus, jurors heard Maazel say that Haggis “pretended to be someone else” when a process server tried to hand him Breest’s first complaint, and that Haggis resisted a subpoena for his DNA — and was compelled by a court order to give a cheek swab — once he learned that Breest had kept the tights she wore that night. Testing of the tights revealed seminal fluid that probably belonged to Haggis, a DNA expert said.

Haggis, in his direct testimony, again invoked Scientology, saying that his “growing suspicions” of a church role in the lawsuit made him fearful of handing over his DNA. He said that Scientologists once planted the fingerprints of a critic on letters containing bomb threats in a plot discovered years later because of an FBI raid on Scientology offices.

PREVIOUSLY, 12:30 PM: Paul Haggis was back on the witness stand today and said the only sex he remembers having with Haleigh Breest at his apartment in 2013 was consensual and limited to oral sex initiated by her. 

Haggis has not yet faced cross-examination in the New York sexual assault civil case brought against him by Breest, who alleges that the Oscar-winning Crash filmmaker and former Church of Scientology member forced her into oral sex and intercourse after they were both at a movie-screening party. In his second day on the stand, Haggis continued with a detailed and very different interpretation from Breest’s account of what happened in his apartment

Haggis testified that a handful of times, Breest pulled back from kissing Haggis in the kitchen and said, “No, I shouldn’t,” and that later, in the guest bedroom when he was peeling off her tights, she said, “No, no no, I don’t want you to see me. I’m fat.” Haggis described the protests in the kitchen as a “cartoony sort of Betty Boop-y, playful, smiling ‘No, I shouldn’t,’” and that they both initiated more kissing.

After another pause, he said he stepped back, and said he asked her: “How old are you? Are you a teenager? If you want to do something, do it. If you don’t want to do something, don’t do it,” repeating what he said was the only good piece of advice he ever got from a Scientology official. 

He denied he said it in anger or that he used the expletive in Breest’s recollection of that exchange: “Don’t act like a f*cking 18-year-old.”

When she broke off another kiss and stepped back, Haggis said he asked her, “You’re not scared of me, are you?” in contrast to Breest’s recollection of “You’re scared of me, aren’t you?”

Haggis said he offered to escort Breest to the lobby and put her in a taxi home. “She seemed conflicted in some way,” he said. “Not like she was truly conflicted but she should be conflicted or something.” He said she continued to smile and engage with him. 

She stayed, and after a tour of the apartment that included Haitian art in a bathroom and his Oscar statuettes in his study, they wound up in a guest bedroom. 

Haggis’ lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, led Haggis through a deliberate and sometimes second-by-second account of the encounter. The same method of questioning, when applied to her cross-examination of Breest, drew a complaint from Breest’s lawyers that Chaudhry was requiring her to “re-enact her rape.” 

In response, Manhattan Superior Court Judge Sabrina Kraus told both parties to elicit more verbal testimony and fewer physical gestures. Haggis left his seat on the witness stand on Thursday primarily to draw a map, as Breest had done, of his movements inside the apartment that night on a blow-up of the floor plan.

Haggis said the two kissed more in the bedroom, lay down on the bed and began undressing. When she protested that she didn’t want him seeing her without tights, he said he got up and switched off a bedroom light and lowered a hall light and returned to the bedroom. He said that she then helped him remove the tights, and laughed, and that she performed oral sex on him while they were both partially clothed. 

Haggis said he fell asleep on the bed during the sexual encounter, woke up later to go to the bathroom and returned to his own bedroom. When he woke up the next morning, he went into the guest bedroom and found that Breest had left without a note.

Erik Pedersen contributed to this report.

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U.S VIRGINIA COURT REPORT: Johnny Depp Appeals “Erroneous” $2M Trial Win For Amber Heard; Read it Below

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Johnny Depp wants his defamation cake, and he wants to get to eat it too: This Court should reverse the judgment on Ms. Heard’s Counterclaim as to the April 27 Waldman Statement, but should otherwise affirm the judgment in Mr. Depp’s favor,” declared a filing today by the ex-Pirates of the Caribbean star in Virginia’s Court of Appeals (read it here).

Despite almost sweeping the table earlier this summer in the defamation trial against his Rum Diary co-star and former spouse, Depp is determined to not pay Heard the $2 million that a Virginia jury oddly awarded her in a countersuit claim. 

The Aquaman star claimed that Depp was “vicariously liable” for a trio of damning and defaming statements his close pal and ex-lawyer Adam Waldman gave to UK tabloid The Daily Mail, calling Heard’s allegations of violence and abuse at Depp’s often allegedly drunken hand hogwash. Specifically, an April 27, 2020 article where Waldman’s characterization of Heard’s account of an alleged domestic violence incident between the high profile couple on May 21, 2016 as a “hoax” found the jury’s favor.

Walking away from the Fairfax County Courthouse on June 1 with the cheers of fans in his ears, a $10.4 million award in his figurative pocket, and now an accelerating comeback trajectory, Depp and his bicoastal Brown Rudnick LLP team have made the first formal move in what has been a long anticipated appeal process from both sides. 

“The judgment in Ms. Heard’s favor on that lone statement is erroneous,” the 44-page appeal filing succinctly says. “Even if the Court were to conclude that Mr. Depp could be held liable for Mr. Waldman’s allegedly tortious conduct, the trial court nonetheless erred in denying Mr. Depp’s Motion for Summary Judgment and Motion to Strike because Ms. Heard failed to present evidence to establish one of the required elements of defamation,” the document adds .”Specifically, Ms. Heard failed to present evidence that Mr. Waldman acted with actual malice when he made the April 27 Statement.” 

Adding to that, the appeal filing from Depp’s Ben Chew and Camille Vasquez-led legal crew asserts: “Ms. Heard presented no evidence at trial that Mr. Depp was personally involved in directing or making the Waldman Statements. Instead, she chose to pursue a pure vicarious liability claim against Mr. Depp, contending that he was liable for Mr. Waldman’s allegedly defamatory statements simply because Mr. Waldman was his attorney.”

Kicking all this off almost four years ago, Depp sued his ex-wife Heard in March 2019 for $50 million over a late 2018 Washington Post op-ed under Heard’s byline. In the article, the American Civil Liberties Union ambassador spoke about becoming a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” While Heard never mentioned the one-time Oscar nominee by name in the piece in the Jeff Bezos-owned broadsheet, the litigious Depp insisted the op-ed “devastated” his already fading career. Under what are now characterized as the orders of publicists and lawyers at the time, Depp was silent during he and Heard’s restraining order-loaded 2016 divorce. However in his filings and repeatedly on the stand during the media saturated trial earlier this year, Depp declared he was in fact the one who was abused in the couple’s relationship.

Coming up repeatedly short to get the matter dismissed or moved to another jurisdiction, Heard countersued Depp for $100 million in the summer of 2020. That countersuit came months before Depp’s UK libel case against the Rupert Murdoch-owned The Sun tabloid for calling him a “wife beater” proved a dramatic flameout in November 2020.

Presently stuck in a sideshow suit between her insurance companies over paying for her defense and more, a self declared “stateless” Heard also proved unsuccessful in her initial attempts to have the Virginia verdict overturned or tossed out. In what has become a bitter and lurid battle played out on all levels and platforms, both sides filed their assignment of errors with the court last month. The procedural next step in the appeal process in the Old Dominion, Depp’s October 11 three-point placement in the docket pretty much laid out what was more punctiliously presented today. 

Heard’s 16-point assignment of errors sowed the seeds for an ambitious appeal from her side that leaves almost no stone unturned. 

In the context of today’s Depp appeal, item #15 in Heard’s October 11 filing may prove very telling of where the actress’ formal appeal will put its own thumb on the scale. The Ballard Spahr LLP-filed document noted: “The trial court erred in denying the motion to set aside the jury’s verdict and in ruling that the jury’s verdicts in favor of Mr. Depp on his claims against Ms. Heard and in favor of Ms. Heard on her claims against Mr. Depp were not inherently and irreconcilably inconsistent.”

The speed of American justice being what it is and the pandemic backlog that still clogs up the courts being what it is right now, expect to see at least Depp on screen long before you see either the actor or Heard back on the stand testifying.  Portraying Sun King Louis XV in French director Maïwenn’s upcoming costume drama Jeanne du Barry, recent Jeff Beck sideman Depp will be making a spotlighted appearance in Rihanna’sSavage X Fenty Vol. 4 fashion show on Prime Video starting November 9. On the other hand, Heard won’t be back under the sea and on the big screen in the once again delayed Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom until the Warner Bros superhero pic finally comes out on Christmas Day 2023. 

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BREAKING AUSTRALIA POLICE REPORT: Detectives Charge Man With 69 Offences of Historic Sexual Assault in Brisbane

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#AceBreakingNews – Detectives from Hendra Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) and Child Abuse and Sexual Crime Group have charged a 41-year-old man with 69 offenses and a 35-year-old man with six offenses, following extensive investigations into sexual assault offenses allegedly committed over twenty years in Brisbane.

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It will be alleged the 41-year-old Bridgeman Downs man utilised his position as a senior figure in a performing arts company to sexually assault eight boys and men, aged between 12-years-old and 20-years-old, between 2001 and 2021.

The eight boys and men were allegedly students or employees of the company during this period, with offences allegedly committed at locations in Ferny Hills, New Farm, Carindale, Gaythorne and Stafford.

It will be alleged the 35-year-old Bridgeman Downs man, who also conducted work with the theatre company and is known to the 41-year-old man, was involved in alleged sexual offences against one of these males.

Operation Uniform Cartograph was established to investigate the allegations, resulting in the execution of search warrants at properties in Bridgeman Downs and Stafford this morning, where the men were taken into custody without incident.

The 41-year-old man has been charged with 69 offences including indecent treatment of a child, sexual assault, rape, attempted rape, recordings in breach of privacy, fraud and common assault.

The 35-year-old man has been charged with six offences including rape, attempted rape and sexual assault.

Both men are expected to appear before Brisbane Magistrates Court on November 5.

Investigations remain ongoing with detectives appealing for anyone with information which may assist investigations to contact them.

Anyone wishing to make a complaint to police in relation to sexual violence, can do so via the below QR code or link to the ‘My questions and my choices’ guide.

If you’ve experienced sexual assault, it is not your fault and you are not alone. There are multiple ways to report what has happened to you depending on your situation.

If there’s an immediate danger, call Triple Zero (000). You can also report online via: https://forms.police.qld.gov.au/launch/SexualAssault, over the phone or face to face at a police station.

There are also Alternative Reporting Options available depending on your situation.

For confidential information, counselling and support, call the State-wide Sexual Assault Helpline on 1800 010 120 or 1800 RESPECT for 24-hour help.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.

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