Man charged with killing half-brother after vaccine dispute

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Larry D. Cavitt, 68, of Goreville, was charged Monday in Johnson County Court with murder and aggravated battery with use of a firearm. The charges stem from Saturday’s death of Cavitt’s half-brother, Joseph E. Geyman, 51.

Johnson County Sheriff Pete Sopczak said the two men, who lived next door to each other, argued over the COVID-19 vaccine before Cavitt allegedly took out a handgun and fatally shot Geyman in the head.

Sopczak said there was no physical altercation prior to the shooting in the unincorporated Johnson County village of Tunnel Hill, located about 40 miles northwest of Paducah, Kentucky.

He said Geyman was married with four children and planned to retire in December.

“It just makes no sense,” Sopczak told The Southern Illinoisan.

Cavitt was released Tuesday from the Massac County Jail after posting bond. A judge ordered him to possess no firearms and have no contact with Geyman’s widow and four children.

Cavitt has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Sept. 15. It was not immediately clear if he has an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Department and Illinois State Police are investigating the shooting.

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Spoiler: Max Caster Returns During AEW Dark: Elevation Taping On 9/1 | Fightful News

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AEW taped the upcoming episode of AEW Dark: Elevation on September 1 from the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, IL.

A return took place during the taping. Read below if you want to be spoiled.

Max Caster made his return to AEW during the AEW Dark: Elevation taping, helping Anthony Bowens pick up a victory over Griff Garrison.

Caster has not wrestled since the August 3 episode of AEW Dark when he had questionable lines during his pre-match rap. The rap initially aired during the live showing but was cut from the video on demand.

Tony Khan stated that the rap should not have aired and he would take more control over AEW Dark.

Caster was taken off television, The Acclaimed were dropped from the AEW rankings, and Bowens continued as a singles talent.

At #AEWDynamite and during the #AEWDark tapings, Max Caster returned pic.twitter.com/4oGAttm5fz

WELCOME BACK @PlatinumMax! THE ACCLAIMED HAVE ARRIVED. #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/mhb72re75v

Fightful will have spoilers from AEW Dark: Elevation when they are available.

Surprise! CM Punk will be on Rampage

Cageside Seats 02 September, 2021 - 11:31am

But speaking for myself, I’m not there yet. And Tony Khan and the AEW braintrust clearly think folks like me are the majority (and that three weeks of using pro wrestling’s prodigal son on your shows in the build up to his first match in over seven years is just good promoting), because Punk will be back on our screens this Friday (Sept. 3) Rampage.

Punk’s All Out opponent, Darby Allin, will be in action on the show. Allin faces Daniel Garcia, one of the three men who mixed it up with Darby, Sting & The Best in the World on Wednesday night... so don’t be surprised if Punk’s promo fits into that match somehow.

Also set for Rampage...

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Reacting to B/R Community's Boldest Predictions for AEW All Out PPV

Bleacher Report 02 September, 2021 - 07:00am

Welcome to the Bleacher Report WWE and All Elite Wrestling mailbag.

The B/R community has always been outspoken, especially when it comes to opinions on pro wrestling and its biggest stars.

We will answer your questions and react to your hot takes about WWE, AEW and the world of pro wrestling.

This week's topic of discussion was bold predictions for the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view on Sunday. The show will feature CM Punk's first match in seven years, but there are other rumors over who else will make an appearance. 

Check out what the B/R community thought.

There were several predictions based around CM Punk losing in his first match for AEW against Allin. Let's discuss the heel-turn scenario first.

I highly doubt AEW will turn one of its most popular babyfaces into a bad guy right now. Allin is too valuable in the role he has at the moment. He is also a little too small to be an effective villain against anyone bigger than him. 

However, the possibility of Punk losing in his first AEW match is not out of the question. While the logical conclusion would be to assume he will win, he may have requested to put Allin over because it would be shocking and more beneficial for the younger man's career.

While I don't think that is what will happen, I wouldn't be shocked to see Allin with his hand raised in victory at the end of the night. 

Hangman recently took some time off, but if he is set to return soon, this would be a great way to do it.

Having him show up during Christian Cage vs. Kenny Omega or a post-match brawl would be the best route to take. That way, he and his former teammate can pick up where they left off.

Cage could be getting attacked by The Elite afterward when Page shows up and cleans house. It would immediately put him back in the hunt for the gold and give the crowd a fun moment to remember.

However, the amount of time off Page is taking is unknown, so it may be a little while before we see him, especially if AEW has other plans it wants to take care of first. 

This is a possibility, but I doubt it will happen. Jericho is not retiring or leaving AEW any time soon. 

                                  

If something like this did happen, I wouldn't put it past Tony Khan to invite them in and make sure it was seen on his show. The kind of buzz such an invasion would generate would be too valuable to ignore as WCW did. 

                           

If anybody is going to cost Punk the win to begin a storyline, it would be Cole. He's way better at being a heel and putting him in the ring with Punk should be a higher priority than booking Punk vs. Bryan, which we have seen in and out of WWE before. 

                              

This was clearly meant to be a joke, but don't count Paul Wight out. The 49-year-old is in great shape and is well-rested. He and Marshall may not steal the show, but they could surprise us with their performance. 

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