Bemer

18 Jul 19
Rosebush Rambler

And a Good Morrow to you, Dulcinea! I had lunch at a new restaurant in town with a bridge friend, Cindy Wright, yesterday. It was very pleasant and the food was good. We talked about things that heal rather than the traditional pills all the doctors prescribe. I told her about the “Blood Pressure Solution.” […]

17 Jul 19
The Shoe Snob Blog

***Pics of shoes have nothing to do with the post, just for your eye candy*** There is a lot of confusion in the consumer’s eyes on what you should expect from a pair of shoes and I was hoping to clear that up for some of you as it is important to know what you […]

10 Jul 19
Some Cancer Treatments Might Do More Harm Than Excellent

Article written by-Tyler Whittaker Cancer is a disease that comes in many forms. Some cancers, such as lung cancer, are caused by the inhalation of tobacco products like cigarettes. Other cancers, such as testicular cancer have no clear cause. No matter what the cancer is, it can be deadly. In addition to being deadly, it […]

01 Jul 19
ETIDIoH

[Source: Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, full page: (LINK). Abstract, edited.] Trends and prediction of antimicrobial susceptibility in urinary bacteria isolated in European emergency departments: the EuroUTI 2010-2016 Study Alice Quaegebeur, Loïc Brunard, François Javaudin, Marie-Anne Vibet, Pascale Bemer, Quentin Le Bastard, Eric Batard, Emmanuel Montassier, EuroUTI 2010-2016 Study Group Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, dkz274, https://doi.org/10.1093/jac/dkz274 Published: 30 […]

28 Jun 19
PhilippiJoy

In addition to daily doctor visits, you spend 5-6 hours in various therapies each day. These are tailored by your doctor to the needs of your body. Let me take a moment here to say the gals who coordinate these therapies are essentially a therapy in themselves with their smiles and laughter, and the love […]

18 Jun 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut businessman was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday in connection with what prosecutors said was a human trafficking ring that preyed on young men who were mentally ill and intellectually disabled. State Judge Robin Pavia in Danbury imposed the prison time on Bruce Bemer and said he would […]

18 Jun 19
Welcome

Danbury Superior Court Judge Robin Pavia on Monday sentenced Bruce Bemer, the Waterford-New London Speedbowl owner, to 10 years in prison, saying he had engaged in a detailed, manipulative, destructive and long-running sex-trafficking scheme that targeted drug-addicted and mentally ill men. Bemer, 65, was placed in handcuffs as soon as the judge handed down the […]

17 Jun 19
WTNH.com
A Connecticut businessman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with what prosecutors called a human trafficking ring that for more than two decades preyed on young men who were mentally ill and intellectually disabled. A state judge in Danbury sentenced Bruce Bemer on Monday. A jury found the 65-year-old Glastonbury resident guilty in April of several counts of patronizing victims of human trafficking. Related: Connecticut businessman convicted in human trafficking case Bemer, who owns the New London-Waterford Speedbowl racetrack, was expected to post a $750,000 bond that would allow him to remain free while he appeals his convictions. Related Content: Trial to begin for businessman charged in trafficking ring Bemer admitted he patronized prostitutes, but denied any role in human trafficking. His appeal is expected to include arguments that the judge’s instructions to the jury were flawed. Two other men were convicted in the case. == Free download: Access Connecticut breaking news, weather, stream newscasts live and more on-the-go with News 8 alerts directly to your phone. iPhone or iPad users: get our free News 8 app hereAndroid users: get our free News 8 app here
17 Jun 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut businessman is set to be sentenced for his role in what prosecutors call a human trafficking ring that preyed on young men who were mentally ill and intellectually disabled. A state judge in Danbury is scheduled to sentence Bruce Bemer, of Glastonbury on Monday. A jury found the 65-year-old […]

16 Jun 19
FOX 61

DANBURY — A Connecticut businessman was sentenced for his role in what prosecutors call a human trafficking ring that preyed on young men who were mentally ill and intellectually disabled. A state judge in Danbury sentenced Bruce Bemer, of Glastonbury on Monday to 20 years in prison, execution suspended after 10 years, with 5 years […]