Justice

25 Jun 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

It’s Tuesday, and the birthday of the Supreme Court justice and Bronx native Sonia Sotomayor. Weather: Rain and thundershowers are expected this morning and then again this afternoon. Temperatures could reach into the low 80s. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/25/nyregion/newyorktoday/nyc-queens-district-attorney-election.html via TV/a>

25 Jun 19
TV Aerials Leeds

It’s Tuesday, and the birthday of the Supreme Court justice and Bronx native Sonia Sotomayor. Weather: Rain and thundershowers are expected this morning and then again this afternoon. Temperatures could reach into the low 80s. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/25/nyregion/newyorktoday/nyc-queens-district-attorney-election.html via FREEVIEW AERIALS LEEDS

25 Jun 19
Christinas Culture Insights

This section I want to spend a little bit on the importance of values and the cultural influence in our life and how it shapes us. All the people who have never really thought about the values which drive them aren’t really aware that they would be a different person now, if they’d value things […]

25 Jun 19
World Animals Voice

  Nowhere is so much manipulated with untruths and false news as on the hunt. Violence and lies belong to the same coin. Murdering in the forest for the joy of killing animals dilettantisch, is not a sustainable settlement, but an incomparable anomaly. Today’s hunt is a massive, destructive and militant invasion of natural rhythms […]

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

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The driver of a pickup truck in a fiery collision on a rural New Hampshire highway that killed seven motorcyclists was charged Monday with seven counts of negligent homicide, and records show he was stopped on suspicion of drunken driving last month and in 2013. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 23, was arrested Monday […]

25 Jun 19
Devotions In Motion

Devotion:  Luke 9:50-55 Jesus asked this question to those closest to Him.  Things weren’t going the way the disciples had hoped.  James and John wanted to call fire down from heaven just like Elijah.  Oh yes, that would get everyone’s attention and quickly! This Son of God asked in a manner like only He could; […]

25 Jun 19
Metro
The killer tried to stem the flow of blood after shooting his friend (Picture: West Midlands Police) A man who shot dead his best friend while playing with a gun before threatening to kill a witness is facing jail. Armed police stormed the flat and found Addison Packeer, 27, lying dead in a pool of blood on a living room settee. Detectives spent three days searching for Jordan Bassett, 25, before he handed himself in and insisted his friend’s death was an accident. Jordan Bassett, 25, admitted manslaughter and was cleared of murder (Picture: West Midlands Police) Basset, of Willenhall, Coventry, told officers the gun had belonged to Mr Packeer, who told him it wasn’t loaded. He says he was ‘messing around’ with the firearm in a flat in the city in December when it went off. Panic stricken Bassett tried to stem the flow of blood before riding his motorbike to a nearby quarry and tossed the gun into the water. Addisan Packeer, 27, was found lying in a pool of blood after armed police stormed the flat (Picture: West Midlands Police) Basset says he was playing around with the 9mm Luger pistol when it went off (Picture: West Midlands Police) Police found the 9mm Luger pistol and a magazine containing a bullet within hours of Basset’s arrest after he told officers where they were. A witness who was in the flat at the time said he heard the pair talking about drugs and that Bassett told Packeer he had only paid him £200 of a £2,000 debt. He said he heard a ‘pop’ and walked into the room to find Bassett with his arms around the victim saying ‘Addi, Addi, what’s happening? What did I do, what did I do?’ Bassett handed himself in to police and insisted the shooting was an accident (Picture: West Midlands Police) Officers found the gun within hours of arresting Bassett, who told them where he’d tossed it (Picture: West Midlands Police) In a bid to silence the witness he said he would kill him if he called the police before fleeing the scene. Bassett admitted manslaughter and was cleared of murder at Warwickshire Justice Centre yesterday. He was also found guilty of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and is due to be sentenced tomorrow. Police have warned of the ‘devastating’ impact of firearms (Picture: West Midlands Police) Detective Inspector Caroline Cornfeild said: ‘We might never know exactly what happened in the flat, but the reality is that anyone who gets involved with firearms is putting themselves and others in serious danger. ‘There is only one purpose to an illegally held, loaded handgun and that is to shoot someone. ‘Sometimes the person shot is not the intended target. Gun crime devastates lives. ‘Here we have a man who has shot dead his best friend. ‘Two families will have to live with the consequences of that for the rest of their lives. ‘Our thoughts remain with family of Addison Packeer.’ [metro-tag-post-strip] [metro-fact-box id=”8027376″ title=”Got a story for Metro.co.uk?” icon=”exclamation” /]  
25 Jun 19
MarketPresswire

(I-BusinessNews.Com, June 25, 2019 ) The packaging industry in United States market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.1%, during the forecast period (2019 – 2024). Companies across the region are rigorously investing in flexible packaging technology. For instance, in July 2018, American Packaging has invested in a digital system for flexible packaging […]

25 Jun 19
Newsy Today

Commercial Secretary Wilbur Ross gives evidence during the hearing of the House Supervisory Committee on Capitol Hill. (Jose Luis Magana / AP)

25 Jun 19
cabellamyblog

An update: Tea with Jerry’s Mum was very good we were able to see Kaohsiung from the air, well just 30 storeys high! That was the roof top garden on the apartment building. A very quick and efficient train journey ‘home’. Buddy arrived back from his hols at the country club suitably tired. Monday morning […]

25 Jun 19
News Lab

There’s no deadline for Justice Patnaik to file a report, they pointed out. His probe will be comprehensive and will cover in detail all the material that has so far come out regarding the allegations. from India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India – Times of India http://bit.ly/2XBSiBU

25 Jun 19
BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Michel Foucault died unexpectedly 35 years ago today. To honour Foucault’s memory and the rich body of work that he bequeathed to us, I am reposting two symposiums that were previously posted at Discrimination and Disadvantage: a symposium on my Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability that took place at the annual meeting of CSWIP […]

25 Jun 19
BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Michel Foucault died unexpectedly 35 years ago today. To honour Foucault’s memory and the rich body of work that he bequeathed to us, I am reposting two symposiums that were previously posted at Discrimination and Disadvantage: a symposium on my Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability that took place the annual meeting of CSWIP in […]