Monthly Archives: August 2022

Wisconsin woman in Slender Man attack drops plea for release

WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) – One of two Wisconsin women who were sent to a state mental health facility after a 2014 knife attack on a sixth-grade classmate they said was to appease horror character Slender Man has withdrawn his request for release. In June, Morgan Geyser, 20, asked Waukesha County …

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APO Group VP Lynne Krawchuk joins judging panel for South Africa’s world-renowned Effie Awards

APO Group (www.APO-opa.com), the leading pan-African communications consultancy and press release distribution service, is delighted to announce that its Vice President of Digital, Public Relations and Media Relations, Lynne Krawchuk, has been selected as a judge. for the South African edition of the world renowned Effie Prize competition (www.Effie.org) program. …

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The Spoljaric case before the Court of Common Pleas – La Tribune

In a hearing that lasted about two minutes, the case of Ironton Police Officer Bradley Spoljaric was transferred from Ironton City Court to Lawrence County Common Pleas Court on Monday afternoon .Spoljaric appeared in his own clothes after bonding over the weekend. He was arrested by the Ironton Police Department …

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NFL owners approve sale of Broncos to Walton-Penner Group for record $4.65 billion

Rob Walton is the next owner of the Denver Broncos. NFL owners formally approved the sale of the Broncos to the Walton-Penner ownership group on Tuesday, according to NFL Network’s James Palmer. The team was sold for $4.65 billion, setting a new US record for sales by a sports franchise. …

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Court records show mum accused of stabbing toddlers was in custody battle

Court records show Janee Pedesclaux, 31, was in a custody battle with the father of her children when police said she stabbed her two toddlers on Sunday, leaving her 4-year-old daughter dead. In the documents, it is revealed that the father of the children had applied for visitation over the …

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Ex-cop J. DeShawn Torrence charged with workplace sexual assault

J. DeShawn Torrence A former California police officer is facing federal indictment in connection with the alleged sexual assaults of four women while on duty, the unsealed documents revealed Friday. Former Sanger Police Department officer J. DeShawn Torrence, a 38-year-old man from Corcoran, has been charged with 10 counts of …

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Court ruling could release killer of Jennifer Mullin, 17, in Weymouth

WEYMOUTH — Joseph Mullin’s family had a small sense of closure in 1998, when a judge sentenced the man convicted of the rape and murder of his 17-year-old sister to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But that could change after a Massachusetts Superior Court judge recently ruled …

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Chief of Police – Irrigon Job – Irrigon Police Department (OR)

Education, experience and residency At least 90 university credits. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, law enforcement, public administration, or related discipline preferred. Minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement, including middle management, department head or assistant, and have …

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“Fantastic work” or “too much”? Observers weigh in on how Parkland prosecutor built his case

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The prosecutor seeking to sentence Florida school gunman Nikolas Cruz to death let the facts speak for themselves when he presented his case: chilling testimonies; heartbreaking statements from parents and spouses; chilling surveillance videos; gruesome autopsy and crime scene photos; and, in a crowning glory, Thursday’s …

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Editorial: Finally, a new Court of Justice plan is in place

As Councilman Tim Hubbard began discussing Riverhead Town’s planned acquisition of a new Town Hall building last week, he immediately brought up the late Justice Allen Smith. It was Mr Smith, whose public service at Riverhead spanned decades before his death two years ago, who constantly waved the flag trying …

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Latest court filings in Marilyn Mosby case ‘anything but impartial’ as feds speak to attorneys – Baltimore Sun

Federal prosecutors and attorneys for State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby continue to clash in the latest round of court filings in the criminal case against Baltimore’s top prosecutor. Charged with two counts of perjury and two counts of mortgage fraud related to early withdrawals from his city retirement account and the …

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First appearance in federal court for alleged shooting plot suspects

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) — Julio Alvarado Dubon and Rolman Balcarcel-Bavagas appeared in federal court for the first time since being indicted by a grand jury, one for illegal entry, the other for a firearm fire. With the help of Spanish-speaking interpreters, the two suspects were reminded of their charges and …

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Climate Bill, Job Growth, Taiwan: Your Friday Night Briefing

(Want to receive this newsletter in your inbox? Here registration.) 1. President Biden’s climate and tax bill will begin moving through the Senate this weekend. Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, the only holdout Democrat on the package, said she would back the bill after Democratic leaders agreed to scrap a …

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Danielle Redlick in court for sentencing hearing

Danielle Redlick was back in court on Friday for her sentencing hearing. In June, Redlick was found not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of her husband, Michael Redlick. But she was found guilty of tampering with evidence because investigators say she cleaned up the blood and moved Michael’s …

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Tangerine’s eVTOL design vision for Volkswagen Group China

Volkswagen Group China has released visuals of its first eVTOL, a private jet designed to serve Chinese customers traveling between Chinese megacities for business and leisure. Named the Flying Tiger, the aircraft is designed in conjunction with British design consultancy Tangerine and designed in conjunction with Sunward, a Chinese general …

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BMW Group Takes Inclusive Communications to the Next Level by Announcing the Artificial Intelligence Challenge

Last week saw the launch of the “Joyful Diversity with AI” challenge, focusing on the key question of how AI solutions can help us as BMW Group to support diversity, equity and inclusion. in our work and communication environment. The challenge, conducted in partnership with ekipa …

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Belton YouTubers charged for harassing seniors | Court records

Two Central Texas YouTubers were indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday on felony exploitation charges after police said they harassed senior citizens for the hearing. Joey P. Perez, 37, and Paul Estrada, 35, both of Belton, have each been charged with elder abuse, a third degree felony. The two …

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Scientific Research Fellowship (BI) 046/2022 work with the UNIVERSITY OF ALGARVE

TO REMARK No. 046/2022 OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS TITLE: A Research Grant A call is now open for a research grant under the project EU 814066 – MARSoluT- Managed Aquifer Recharge Solutions Training Network/ MSCA-ITN-ETN, (European Training …

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Rights group says Sri Lanka harassed, intimidated protesters | app

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — An international human rights group says the Sri Lankan government is using emergency laws to harass and arbitrarily detain protesters demanding political reform and accountability amid the economic crisis of the island country. New York-based Human Rights Watch said in a statement Wednesday that the …

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A house collapsed, a woman died… but the court refuses to release the family assets

The husband of Miriam Pace, who was killed when her Ħamrun home collapsed in 2020, said revoking the warrants of two architects convicted of her manslaughter should have a chilling effect on others. But the family, adds Carmel Pace, still cannot “close this dark chapter” because the court has still …

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UK court convicts chairman of bankrupt Harlequin Group over $274m Caribbean fraud

The chairman of luxury Caribbean hotel and resort developer Harlequin Group was found guilty on Wednesday of defrauding 226 million pounds ($274 million) from more than 8,000 investors in Britain . David Ames was found guilty by a jury at London’s Southwark Crown Court of two counts of fraud by …

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Florida Gay Rights Group seeks to avoid Supreme Court review of ‘conversion therapy’ order – Tallahassee Reports

After losing court battles over the constitutionality of local ordinances banning conversion therapy, a gay rights group — the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council — is asking Palm Beach County and Boca Raton to repeal their bans on this practice. The group is not seeking repeal because …

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Parents of Parkland shooting victims describe their stolen future at shooter’s death trial

“Soon she would be a professional football player. She would get her law degree and perhaps become one of the most successful commercial negotiation lawyers in the world,” Ilan Alhadeff said in County Court on Tuesday. Broward, testifying in the death penalty trial of his daughter’s killer. “She was supposed …

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California court overturns murder convictions of 3 deputies

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — An appeals court overturned the murder convictions of the three Northern California deputies sentenced to jail in 2015 for beating a mentally ill inmate to death after a judge ruled ruled that the primary legal theory cited by prosecutors was invalidated by recent changes in …

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US Job Openings Drop to 10.7 Million in June – GV Wire

US employers posted fewer job openings in June as the economy faces runaway inflation and rising interest rates. Job postings fell to a still-high 10.7 million in June from 11.3 million in May, the Labor Department said Tuesday. Job postings, which never exceeded 8 million in a month before last …

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Spackman Media Group Artist Kim Sang-Kyung Stars in TVN K-Drama, POONG, THE JOSEON PSYCHIATRIST, Tops Korea’s First Day Ratings | Taiwan News

With Spackman Media Group artist Kim Sang-kyung, POONG, THE PSYCHIATRIST JOSEON took first place in the audience ratings for its time slot based on Nielson Korea, an audience ratings research company The tvN K drama topped the first ratings of MY RELEASE NOTESwhich was the most popular K-drama in May …

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Judge reports court activity for June | News, Sports, Jobs

IRON MOUNTAIN — Dickinson County District Court Judge Julie A. LaCost released her Monthly Activity Report for the month of June. New criminal cases filed included 15 felonies, two drunk driving felonies, 21 misdemeanors and 10 OWI/OUID misdemeanors. New civil cases included 29 general civil cases, eight small …

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El Paso clerk cites ‘obviously false’ claims as recount group turns to lawsuit

The El Paso County Clerk and Recorder on Sunday dismissed claims by a group of Republican candidates who lost Colorado’s primary election but claimed they were fraudulent and now claim an election recount is flawed . The candidates are part of the Colorado Recount Coalition, which includes Mesa County Clerk …

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Alex Jones returns to bankruptcy court as Sandy Hook defamation case turns disastrously sideways

(Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) Right-wing trollshow host Alex Jones had a wild three days in court. The last time we left our peddler, its producer Daria Karpova explained to the jury that it was very stressful for his boss when people tell evil lies about him. Mark Bankston, attorney …

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Scientific Research Fellowship (BI) 049/2022 job with UNIVERSITY OF ALGARVE

TO REMARK No. 049/2022 OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS TITLE: A research grant – Masters It is now open a call for a research grant within the framework of the project EAPA_232/2016 INTEGRATE – “Integrate Aquaculture: an eco-innovative …

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Scientific Research Fellowship (BI) 052/2022 work with UNIVERSITY OF ALGARVE

TO REMARK No. 052/2022 OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS 1 Master’s Research Grant It is now open a call for 1 research grant (Master) within the framework of the project UIDB/05183/2020 MED Research Center MED-UAlg, financed by national …

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Police union calls for firing of BSO deputy who gets his job back – NBC 6 South Florida

A cellphone video that went viral showed Christopher Krickovich and Sheriff Broward’s Sgt. Greg LaCerra attempting to subdue and stop 15-year-old DeLucca Rolle in 2019. A six-member Broward County jury has found Christopher Krickovich not guilty after about three hours of deliberations and now a letter to Broward, the International …

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