La Guns

21 Mar 19
Momolog

True confessions: The last few days have tested my (indeed, most of our) stamina and energy levels so much that this morning I woke up and thought…should I have planned to head home today? But, no, just getting to this region is a significant part of the travel. We have a whole two days at […]

21 Mar 19
POSTALOTO

Increíble este reportaje de Jason Motlagh has reported on migration issues from Bangladesh to the Darién Gap. He lives in Mexico y Documentary photographer Moises Saman’s work has focused on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the Arab Spring and its aftermath para National Geographic. Inside El Salvador’s battle with violence, poverty, and U.S. […]

21 Mar 19
The Sun
KILDISART will take a hike in trip after finishing fourth in the JLT at the Cheltenham Festival. Ben Pauling’s classy gelding was outpaced in the Grade 1 contest before staying on at the death. Ben Pauling is set to step Kildisart up in trip at Aintree That run screamed out for a step up in distance, and a first crack at three miles is now on the cards in the Manifesto Novices’ Chase at Aintree next month. If taking his chance, he would join the likes of Glen Forsa, La Bague Au Roi and Topofthegame in what could be a race to savour. Pauling said: “He’ll go for the three-mile novice chase. “He’s been a superstar this year. He ran an absolute blinder, but I just feel that at the highest level he needs three miles and not two and a half. [boxout headline=”Download the new Sun Racing app today” featured-image=”8581969″ intro=”THE new Sun Racing app is here – and it’s sent the bookies running for cover.”] Our brilliant new app, which is FREE to download, features: Best Odds – latest odds comparison tool keeps the bookies honest Predictor – rank the field by 18 different categories, such as weight, draw, career prize money and jockey wins Tips & news – get a steer from the best tipsters in the business in our news tab Head over to the App Store to download it for free. [/boxout] “I think he’ll be very competitive at Aintree.” Pauling also had an update on Bright Forecast, who ran a stormer to finish third in the Ballymore. “He’s come out of it really well, he’s bouncing. But I won’t be going anywhere with him – he’s done his job. “That was only his fourth ever start, and it was a phenomenal run from a very talented horse. “I’m really looking forward to getting him over fences next year.” [bc_video video_id=”6014141486001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Shining a light on female jockey stars at Cheltenham Festival for International Women’s Day 2019″]
21 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
KILDISART will take a hike in trip after finishing fourth in the JLT at the Cheltenham Festival. Ben Pauling’s classy gelding was outpaced in the Grade 1 contest before staying on at the death. Ben Pauling is set to step Kildisart up in trip at Aintree That run screamed out for a step up in distance, and a first crack at three miles is now on the cards in the Manifesto Novices’ Chase at Aintree next month. If taking his chance, he would join the likes of Glen Forsa, La Bague Au Roi and Topofthegame in what could be a race to savour. Pauling said: “He’ll go for the three-mile novice chase. “He’s been a superstar this year. He ran an absolute blinder, but I just feel that at the highest level he needs three miles and not two and a half. [boxout headline=”Download the new Sun Racing app today” featured-image=”3966233″ intro=”THE new Sun Racing app is here – and it’s sent the bookies running for cover.”] Our brilliant new app, which is FREE to download, features: Best Odds – latest odds comparison tool keeps the bookies honest Predictor – rank the field by 18 different categories, such as weight, draw, career prize money and jockey wins Tips & news – get a steer from the best tipsters in the business in our news tab Head over to the App Store to download it for free. [/boxout] “I think he’ll be very competitive at Aintree.” Pauling also had an update on Bright Forecast, who ran a stormer to finish third in the Ballymore. “He’s come out of it really well, he’s bouncing. But I won’t be going anywhere with him – he’s done his job. “That was only his fourth ever start, and it was a phenomenal run from a very talented horse. “I’m really looking forward to getting him over fences next year.” [bc_video video_id=”6014141486001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Shining a light on female jockey stars at Cheltenham Festival for International Women’s Day 2019″]
21 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
KILDISART will take a hike in trip after finishing fourth in the JLT at the Cheltenham Festival. Ben Pauling’s classy gelding was outpaced in the Grade 1 contest before staying on at the death. Ben Pauling is set to step Kildisart up in trip at Aintree That run screamed out for a step up in distance, and a first crack at three miles is now on the cards in the Manifesto Novices’ Chase at Aintree next month. If taking his chance, he would join the likes of Glen Forsa, La Bague Au Roi and Topofthegame in what could be a race to savour. Pauling said: “He’ll go for the three-mile novice chase. “He’s been a superstar this year. He ran an absolute blinder, but I just feel that at the highest level he needs three miles and not two and a half. [boxout headline=”Download the new Sun Racing app today” featured-image=”3836650″ intro=”THE new Sun Racing app is here – and it’s sent the bookies running for cover.”] Our brilliant new app, which is FREE to download, features: Best Odds – latest odds comparison tool keeps the bookies honest Predictor – rank the field by 18 different categories, such as weight, draw, career prize money and jockey wins Tips & news – get a steer from the best tipsters in the business in our news tab Head over to the App Store to download it for free. [/boxout] “I think he’ll be very competitive at Aintree.” Pauling also had an update on Bright Forecast, who ran a stormer to finish third in the Ballymore. “He’s come out of it really well, he’s bouncing. But I won’t be going anywhere with him – he’s done his job. “That was only his fourth ever start, and it was a phenomenal run from a very talented horse. “I’m really looking forward to getting him over fences next year.” [bc_video video_id=”6014141486001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Shining a light on female jockey stars at Cheltenham Festival for International Women’s Day 2019″]
21 Mar 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1623131-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1623131-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1623131-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1623131-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Wilber Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, 19, of El Salvador, is escorted into the courtroom for his initial appearance in Carson City Justice Court in Carson City, Nev. on Jan. 24, 2019. A grand jury has indicted Martinez-Guzman on murder charges in the killing of four northern Nevadans in January. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner) Washoe County District Attorney Chris Hicks, right, announces they will seek the death penalty for a Salvadoran immigrant accused of murdering four northern Nevadans during a week-long killing spree in January as Douglas County District Attorney Mark Jackson looks on at a news conference Thursday, March, 14, 2019 in Reno, Nev. A grand jury handed up a 10-count indictment late Wednesday charging Wilber Ernesto Martinez-Guzman with four counts of murder with a deadly weapon as well as burglary and weapons charges. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner) Wilber Martinez-Guzman appears in Carson City Justice Court on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Martinez-Guzman, who is currently facing 36-counts of weapons and stolen property-related charges, is also expected to be charged with the murders of four people in Gardnerville and Reno in coming days. (Cathleen Allison/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Wilber Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, 19, top left, of El Salvador, listens to proceedings during his initial appearance in Carson City Justice Court, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019, in Carson City, Nev. Martinez-Guzman was arraigned on 36 felonies including two dozen weapon charges. He’s a suspect in a series of four homicides earlier this month in Reno and south of Carson City in rural Gardnerville. Prosecutors say additional charges are pending. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner) RENO — A detective says a Salvadoran immigrant charged with four Nevada murders told police he robbed and killed his elderly victims during a 10-day rampage in January because he needed money to buy methamphetamine. The detective told the grand jury, which indicted Wilber Ernesto Martinez-Guzman in Reno last week, the 20-year-old who is living in the U.S. illegally broke into tears and repeatedly called himself an “idiot” before confessing to the murders during an interrogation hours after his arrest in Carson City on Jan. 19. According to the grand jury transcript obtained by The Associated Press, Washoe County Sheriff’s Detective Stefanie Brady testified March 13 that Martinez-Guzman initially denied any wrongdoing and was smiling and giggling through part of the questioning. But after she confronted him with several contradictions in his story during a nearly three-hour interrogation, he said through a Spanish interpreter he had “done something that’s unforgiveable.” She says he told her he shot the victims “because of the drugs.” “He said he needed the money for the meth and it was the meth,” Brady testified, according to the 268-page transcript filed late Tuesday in Washoe District Court. The grand jury indicted Martinez-Guzman last week on four counts of murder with the use of a deadly weapon, three counts of burglary while in possession of a firearm and one count each of burglary, burglary while gaining possession of a firearm and possession of a stolen firearm. A not guilty plea was entered on his behalf during an arraignment Tuesday. His trial isn’t scheduled to begin until April 2020. His public defense attorney, John Arrascada, said in an email to AP he didn’t receive the grand jury transcript until Wednesday, was reviewing it and had no immediate comment. Federal officials have said Martinez-Guzman is in the U.S. illegally but they don’t know how or when he crossed the border. The case has drawn the attention of President Donald Trump, who says it shows the need for a border wall. District Attorneys Chris Hicks of Washoe County and Mark Jackson of Douglas County announced last week they are seeking the death penalty but that Martinez-Guzman’s immigration status had nothing to do with that decision. The four slaying victims include Gerald David, 81, and his 80-year-old wife, Sharon David, a prominent Reno Rodeo Association couple who had employed Martinez-Guzman as a landscaper last summer at their house where they were found dead Jan. 16. Police say they were shot with a .22-caliber handgun that Martinez-Guzman stole from them earlier. Court documents allege that Martinez-Guzman’s DNA was found on the same gun that was also used to kill Connie Koontz and Sophia Renken in their homes in Gardnerville south of Carson City. Detective Brady told the grand jury that Martinez-Guzman was “engaging” and made “lots of eye contact” during the early stages of the interrogation at the Carson City sheriff’s office. “He smiled, kind of giggled through some of the questions. But he was very engaged in the conversation,” she said. After she read him his Miranda rights, “he actually acknowledged that he was fine not having an attorney because he hadn’t done anything wrong,” she said. He indicated he had buried “a bunch of stuff” that he found by a river in Carson City. But when she confronted him about several contradictions, his answers became slower, his body posture was more slumped and he started touching his face uncontrollably. When she asked him about some fishing poles that had been stolen from the Davids, “there was a really long pause. And at that point, he had dropped his head and began to cry with long deep breaths.” “He talked about how he was an idiot. He repeated that several times,” Brady testified. “He talked about how he had done something that’s unforgiveable.” “He said … something about if he tells me what he did, it’s not going to bring back the people that he shot,” she said, and then shortly after that blamed the killings on his need for money to buy drugs. She said he initially denied he killed Renken, but ultimately acknowledged he shot her too.
21 Mar 19
Update News Portal

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand on Thursday announced a national ban on all military-style semiautomatic weapons, all high-capacity ammunition magazines and all parts that allow weapons to be modified into the kinds of guns used to kill 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch last week. “What we’re banning […]

21 Mar 19
Natchitoches Parish Journal

By Joe Darby In two months it will be exactly 85 years since the notorious robber-killer duo of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker met their end on a lonely north Louisiana road, about 45 or 50 miles north of Natchitoches.. Many books, as well as the popular 1967 movie about the bandits, have detailed their […]

21 Mar 19
Write Brain

Say hello to my little friend He’ll reply “well alrighty then” Or hasta la vista baby Or are you talkin’ to me? Surely you can’t be serious Unless you swear on the Precious But if you see dead people Remember, no crying in baseball Just leave the gun, take the cannoli And please stop calling […]

21 Mar 19
Dorris H

On Thursday afternoon, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced an immediate ban on all “military-style semiautomatic weapons” and assault rifles. She also said the government intended to launch a buyback program for people who own the banned weapons. It had been all of six days since… from NATION – Los Angeles Times http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-new-zealand-gun-laws-20190321-story.html

21 Mar 19
Russia News Now

A 47-year-old African bus driver was held by Carabinieri police on Wednesday after he hijacked a bus with Italian schoolchildren and set the bus on fire. The Senegalese migrant tied the hands of the children with plastic electrical ties in an attempt to kill them, sources said. The terror unleashed by the African on the […]

21 Mar 19
4The Record

      Tip of My Tongue (Diesel/Tate) 1992 and Never Miss Your Water (Diesel/Tate) 1993- Diesel   American born, Mark Lizotte emigrated to Australian with his family in 1971 when he was six, the Lizottes ultimately settled in Perth (WA) where the young guitar-slinger, who took his musical cues from James Taylor, Johnny Cash, […]

21 Mar 19

[ad_1] CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand on Thursday announced a national ban on all military-style semiautomatic weapons, all high-capacity ammunition magazines and all parts that allow weapons to be modified into the kinds of guns used to kill 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch last week. “What we’re […]