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24 Jul 19
Sport Archives

Kim Lundgren, the founder of Air Berlin, originally created for the West Berlin air travel business, was admitted to the circle of "living legends of aviation" at the weekend. Together with other personalities, he received the award at a gala event in the luxury resort "Scalaria" on Wolfgangsee in Austria from the hand of US […]

23 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEnglish nationalism: ‘Jog on’, Scotland Sleepy Boston is Brexit country. Three quarters of voters in this Lincolnshire town cast their ballots to leave the EU, the highest rate in the UK. Now many are fed up. “I just wish it would hurry up and happen,” says Kelly […]

22 Jul 19
24/7 Wall St.

For many Americans, summertime is prime movie season. With long days and free time to burn, the movies have become a go-to choice for beating the heat or riding out rainy summer afternoons. And though summer blockbusters are now a cultural norm, the warmer months were not always a top priority for Hollywood executives. Though […]

20 Jul 19
Seventh Day

“Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD.” Malachi 4:5. We need the prophetic voice of the Elijah Message revived once again in the church today. God’s ancient prophecies predict that there will be a voice that will usher in the coming of […]

20 Jul 19
Eichhorn Blog

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

20 Jul 19
Eichhorn Blog

This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click the […]

20 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

The authority, which looks after the Great Barrier Reef, alarm: without drastic measures against the climatic crisis, the reef can not be saved. This places the administration of the World Heritage open against the Australian Government. The successive bleaching of the years 2016 and 2017 have been bad for the corals. From Christoph von Eichhorn […]

18 Jul 19
WISHTV.com
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lawyers for Indiana’s attorney general are downplaying allegations he drunkenly groped four women during a party, arguing that the claims against him represent common behavior even if they are true. They made their arguments in court documents submitted on behalf of Republican state Attorney General Curtis Hill, calling for a judge to throw out the federal lawsuit the women filed against him last month alleging sexual harassment and defamation by Hill. Hill is accused of touching the backs or backsides of a state lawmaker and three legislative staffers in March 2018 at an Indianapolis bar, where a party was being held to celebrate the end of the legislative session. He has rebuffed calls from Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state officials to resign, but also faces an upcoming state disciplinary hearing that could threaten his law license. Hill’s lawyers argue in court filings dated July 11 that the women don’t have a valid case for sexual harassment under federal law because they all work for state government’s legislative branch while Hill is an elected officer of the executive branch. “His activities in the crowded bar can hardly be characterized as the ‘misuse of power’ conferred by ‘state law,’” the attorneys hired by Hill to personally represent him wrote in response to the allegations. “They were not in furtherance of any duty, obligation or power he possesses as Indiana Attorney General. If believed, the allegations focus on the activities of a partygoer late at night, which is the type of behavior that occurs in bars after midnight.” The lawsuit names the state and Hill — both individually and in his capacity as the attorney general — as defendants. The attorney general’s office argued the lawsuit’s claims of civil rights violations on the part of the state should be dismissed, partly because state law excludes the women’s jobs in the legislative branch from the state’s civil service system. Lawyers for the women declined to comment Wednesday on Hill’s court filings. A federal magistrate judge has scheduled a Sept. 13 telephone conference with lawyers regarding the lawsuit. Hill, a former Elkhart County prosecutor who was elected in 2016 to a term that runs through the end of 2020, called the women’s allegations “vicious and false” during a news conference shortly after they became public last summer. The women — Democratic Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon of Munster, one Republican legislative staffer and two Democratic legislative aides — maintain that Hill’s comments to reporters and in social media posts defamed the women and hurt their professional reputations. Their lawsuit seeks unspecified monetary damages from the state and Hill personally, an apology from Hill for his denials and an injunction ordering the state to adopt tougher sexual harassment policies. A special prosecutor, who declined to pursue criminal charges against Hill last year, noted that Hill didn’t deny the touching occurred, with the attorney general describing it as “incidental … in the crowded bar” and “not intended to be disrespectful, sexual in nature or rude.” A separate state inspector general’s report cited eyewitnesses who called Hill’s behavior inappropriate and “creepy” but said he didn’t break any state ethics rules. Hill’s lawyers with the Hammond-based firm of Eichhorn & Eichhorn argue the allegations don’t meet the legal standards for federal civil rights violations. “The alleged conduct is no different than that which might occur in bars anywhere,” they wrote. “This is no federal case simply because Mr. Hill was the Indiana Attorney General, and there has been no federal right infringed.” Hill faces an October hearing on the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission’s allegations that he committed professional misconduct at the party, which could lead to actions ranging from reprimands to his disbarment as an attorney.
17 Jul 19
WANE
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lawyers for Indiana’s attorney general are downplaying allegations he drunkenly groped four women during a party, arguing that the claims against him represent common behavior even if they are true. They made their arguments in court documents submitted on behalf of Republican state Attorney General Curtis Hill, calling for a judge to throw out the federal lawsuit the women filed against himlast month alleging sexual harassment and defamation by Hill. Hill is accused of touching the backs or backsides of a state lawmaker and three legislative staffers in March 2018 at an Indianapolis bar, where a party was being held to celebrate the end of the legislative session. He has rebuffed calls from Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state officials to resign, but also faces an upcoming state disciplinary hearing that could threaten his law license. Hill’s lawyers argue in court filings dated July 11 that the women don’t have a valid case for sexual harassment under federal law because they all work for state government’s legislative branch while Hill is an elected officer of the executive branch. “His activities in the crowded bar can hardly be characterized as the ‘misuse of power’ conferred by ‘state law,'” the attorneys hired by Hill to personally represent him wrote in response to the allegations. “They were not in furtherance of any duty, obligation or power he possesses as Indiana Attorney General. If believed, the allegations focus on the activities of a partygoer late at night, which is the type of behavior that occurs in bars after midnight.” The lawsuit names the state and Hill — both individually and in his capacity as the attorney general — as defendants. The attorney general’s office argued the lawsuit’s claims of civil rights violations on the part of the state should be dismissed, partly because state law excludes the women’s jobs in the legislative branch from the state’s civil service system. Lawyers for the women declined to comment Wednesday on Hill’s court filings. A federal magistrate judge has scheduled a Sept. 13 telephone conference with lawyers regarding the lawsuit. Hill, a former Elkhart County prosecutor who was elected in 2016 to a term that runs through the end of 2020, called the women’s allegations “vicious and false” during a news conference shortly after they became public last summer. The women — Democratic Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon of Munster, one Republican legislative staffer and two Democratic legislative aides — maintain that Hill’s comments to reporters and in social media posts defamed the women and hurt their professional reputations. Their lawsuit seeks unspecified monetary damages from the state and Hill personally, an apology from Hill for his denials and an injunction ordering the state to adopt tougher sexual harassment policies. A special prosecutor, who declined to pursue criminal charges against Hill last year, noted that Hill didn’t deny the touching occurred, with the attorney general describing it as “incidental … in the crowded bar” and “not intended to be disrespectful, sexual in nature or rude.” A separate state inspector general’s report cited eyewitnesses who called Hill’s behavior inappropriate and “creepy” but said he didn’t break any state ethics rules. Hill’s lawyers with the Hammond-based firm of Eichhorn & Eichhorn argue the allegations don’t meet the legal standards for federal civil rights violations. “The alleged conduct is no different than that which might occur in bars anywhere,” they wrote. “This is no federal case simply because Mr. Hill was the Indiana Attorney General, and there has been no federal right infringed.” Hill faces an October hearing on the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission’s allegations that he committed professional misconduct at the party, which could lead to actions ranging from reprimands to his disbarment as an attorney. Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
16 Jul 19
KOFO Local News

The Ottawa City Band will give it’s the final concert of the season tonight. The presentation will be at the Ottawa Memorial Auditorium. Tonight is “Greatest Hits” night, favorites as voted on by concert goers the past several weeks. Band Director Mark Paquette says, “The members of the band are a dedicated group” and he […]

16 Jul 19
KEE On Sports Media Group

This article has been brought to you by Charlie the Painter. You can visit him here: https://www.facebook.com/paintwithcharlie/ Fans were in for a treat as they filed into Eastwood Field on Monday, July 15, for the final game of the three day series against the Hudson Valley Renegades. Two home runs and a walk off single […]

16 Jul 19
ALL STAR BIO

Kyr Speedy is a prominent American gamer and creative YouTuber same like De’arra Taylor. He is best known for streaming gameplay videos of him playing Call Of Duty, GTA, and CS: GO videos. As of now, the gamer owns two channels, speedyw03 which has over 6 million subscribers and KYRSP33DY which has over 2 Million subscribers. […]

15 Jul 19
News Directory

This essay includes scholars for “Stranger Things” and the first “Dark” season. It is a dark night in a rural town surrounded by woods. People are searching diligently for a little boy who has gone missing. The police seem unable to help. The reason why he has gone missing is undoubtedly and, perhaps, supernatural. No, […]

15 Jul 19
Jim Magdefrau

July 12, 2019 Joshua J. and Lindsey Tarrence convey unto Lot 19, Auditor’s Plan No. 15, 29-82-9. Garling Construction Inc. conveys unto Michael J. Medhurst and Sada J. Ackerman, real estate in Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 2, Bailey and Snyder’s Addition, and Lot 10, Block 1, Charles Snyder’s Fourth Addition, Belle Plaine. […]

14 Jul 19
Seventh Day

Saturday, June 15 was recently designated as “World Refugee Sabbath” by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. [1] This annual sabbath has been set aside by the church to “raise awareness” and to support refugees world-wide. The idea for a “World Refugee Sabbath” is not unique. It was borrowed from the United Nations who celebrate “World Refugee […]