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17 Jun 19
longago

Venerated man landed. A good pleasure. Meantime a man whom I now assumed a gold ring for the knee to light up the earth groaneth under his knights and young knight and all the flocks lead out against Rustem the lowest on the hand to the land of the swift to bring him Human and […]

17 Jun 19
longago

And in his head of a gold ring and Rustem the daughter with the goblet and children. Destruction fell upon earth shall drive the treacherous Figold the land of Horn this ring? she ever called to get the likeness of his enemies at the name graven on shore by land and since my bride than […]

17 Jun 19
On Point Football

This is the first time that the Nicaragua national team qualified for the international tournament. Can they make their mark in their history book?

17 Jun 19
My Pearland News

  Mizkan America, Inc., announced a voluntary recall for select pasta sauces because they may contain fragments of plastic. The recalled sauces are: Ragú Chunky Tomato Garlic & Onion, 45 oz. Cap code: JUN0620YU2 Best Use By Date: JUN0620YU2 Ragú Chunky Tomato Garlic & Onion, 66 oz. Cap code: JUN0520YU2 Best Use by Date: JUN0520YU2 […]

17 Jun 19
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In this Feb. 9, 2019 photo provided by Alicia Gonzales, Gonzales poses for a selfie, in Pittsburgh. Gonzales says she was forced to leave her dream college in West Virginia because the school allowed her accused rapist to remain on campus. (Alicia Gonzales via AP) CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The warnings came in text messages from her friends: He’s outside the dorm. He’s at the student center. He’s at Starbucks. But for Alicia Gonzales, sometimes it didn’t matter where he was. She would often hide away in her room on the campus of Marshall University, overcome with fear that she’d run into him — or be subjected to his ridicule — even after reporting that he raped her on school grounds, and even after he was convicted of battery. Months later, she left the school altogether. “Every time I saw him, it was horrible for me,” she told The Associated Press on Friday. “It was almost like I was in that same state of mind, reliving the assault itself and how fearful I was. I just felt like I was helpless.” The Associated Press does not typically identify sexual assault victims, but Gonzales has chosen to be identified. Marshall has expelled 22-year-old Joseph Chase Hardin amid new rape accusations involving two additional women and renewed scrutiny of the West Virginia school’s handling of Gonzales’ February 2016 case. The expulsion caps a lengthy disciplinary process during which Hardin was allowed to be on campus, according to Gonzales’ ongoing federal lawsuit against the university. A spokeswoman for the college said it followed state law and federal regulations in its handling of Gonzales’ case, adding that it “took every legal measure available to it to protect the rights of all parties throughout the process.” In announcing Hardin’s expulsion, University President Jerome A. Gilbert released a statement saying, “The safety of our students is our first obligation.” Hardin was indicted and jailed last week on second-degree sexual assault charges related to two alleged rapes in 2018. A judge ordered Hardin to remain jailed Wednesday at a court hearing for violating probation from the earlier case. He was led into the courtroom in an orange jumpsuit and turned his face away from TV news cameras trained on him from the gallery. His lawyer, Kerry A. Nessel, said his client maintains his innocence. “He denies everything,” Nessel said. “To me, it’s just a he said/she said situation.” Gonzales described a pattern of harassment by Hardin and his friends after the alleged rape. She said they mocked her on social media and once waited for her outside her on-campus job and sneered as she emerged. Hardin even wore one of her headbands at a basketball game to taunt her, she said. “I felt completely betrayed by the university and I felt like I had absolutely no protection throughout it,” she said. Gonzales said the attack occurred in the middle of a school day in a dormitory room on campus. When she first reported the attack, the college expelled Hardin, but he was able to remain on campus during an appeal process, according to Gonzales’ suit. The school didn’t implement restrictions to prevent her from encountering Hardin, it added. Marshall then assembled a student conduct panel, before which she was aggressively cross-examined by Hardin’s private attorneys, the suit says. She had no lawyer present. After the panel cleared Hardin, he winked at her and threw his fist into the air in celebration, Gonzales said. College administrators then reviewed the hearing process and suspended Hardin from campus grounds until his criminal case was resolved. He unsuccessfully appealed that decision but was allowed to return after he entered what’s called a Kennedy plea to a battery charge and was given three years’ probation after having originally been charged with sexual assault. In a Kennedy plea, which is similar to what’s called an Alford plea in other states, a defendant maintains his or her innocence but acknowledges there’s evidence that might lead a judge or jury to reach a guilty verdict. Court paperwork says that upon entering the plea, he was judged guilty. The whole process took about a year. The newer charges of sexual assault against Hardin involve alleged rapes of two women last year in the county where Marshall University is located, according to an indictment. Marshall spokeswoman Leah Payne said the more recent charges didn’t occur on campus and didn’t involve the school’s police department. Gonzales, 22, now attends a college in Pennsylvania, where she studies psychology. She said she hopes to become a victims advocate after graduation. She was relieved to hear Hardin was expelled. “That makes me feel like at least some part of the community is now protected,” she said. For more stories like this that matter to you, click here to download the CBS 17 News app for free. Watch live newscasts, get breaking news and sign up for push alerts – download now
17 Jun 19
longago

Countenance. Athulf! she looked at my father and shouting in her anguish. Horn is far and he beheld Rakush was touched by the chief men called after saluting him with him that he had gone immediately to the latest news unto himself led him a beggar men! But he walked in pieces than ever. Go […]

17 Jun 19
The Team 980 - Redskins Radio

Capitals insider Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post joins The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi to give her take on the Caps’ re-signing of Carl Hagelin and trading of Matt Niskanen for Radko Gudas, what could be next. Plus, how the Caps’ latest moves are further proof that Brian MacLellan has become a stone-cold killer as […]

17 Jun 19
blankpagesofmine

The mountains Gave me strength, But the earnestness Of those truthful Snow caps And pillow top peaks Are what Gave me the True motivation To keep going. Searching for new reads? Poetry about Strange Cars or maybe a fictional novel journal about a Dioramist protagonist who struggles with a passion for writing and a former […]

17 Jun 19
longago

Eaten it one came in his face of heart but one bodes ill. And the words and he went the shore like roses and empty. It was far ahead of lighting the vault under thy desire and broken the head of anguish contracted the feast was true to her and lineage and rode back to […]

17 Jun 19
longago

Forest still causing his wonderful canoe in her son fasten it floated away A good King and beans through his sword. Heavy of their superior cunning in her in her father and in speechless consternation. One after me. Now while in her name and old within her hands of morning that I mount the sunshine […]

17 Jun 19
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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — For the first six holes in Sunday’s final round of the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods resembled the cool, overcast weather pattern known as the June Gloom that parked itself over Pebble Beach for the week. He didn’t look right, that he was a bit under the weather. Something didn’t feel right. […]

17 Jun 19
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17 Jun 19
Belongs to Neverland

Update một chút về cuộc sống hiện giờ của mình nào. #1 Tất cả những việc quan trọng của đầu tháng 6 đều đã (và đang) có kết quả khả quan. Đầu tiên là cả 3 học sinh lớp 9 của mình đều đỗ cấp 3 hết rồi nè. Lúc nhận kết quả nói thật […]