Several months ago, one of Gonzales-Mugaburu's children refused to get on a bus to go back home. An administrator within the special education department of the Longwood Central School district allowed the child to stay in the school's residential facility.
Shortly afterwards Gonzales-Mugaburu was arrested.
Still, Edwards doesn't feel vindicated after all these years.
"I feel only sad that I couldn't have done more to help those kids," she said. "I can't tell you how many nights I cried. There are no words for how bad I feel."
>About 7 million Americans live in areas of the central and eastern United States that could experience a damaging earthquake in 2016 that was caused by human activity such as wastewater disposal from gas production.
>For the first time, the U.S. Geological Survey has published an earthquake hazard map pinpointing potential sites of both man-made and naturally occurring earthquakes. The map and an accompanying study were released... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>"In the past five years, the USGS has documented high shaking and damage in areas of these six states, mostly from induced earthquakes," Petersen added. "Furthermore, the USGS Did You Feel It? website has archived tens of thousands of reports from the public who experienced shaking in those states, including about 1,500 reports of strong shaking or damage."
>The USGS reports that the central part of the country has experienced the most dramatic increase in seismic activity over the past six years.
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Yet another effort to come out of the woodwork, but this one was actually employed by Trump Tower!
> What was once Trump's desire to rank second place to send a message to America and to increase his power as a businessman has nightmarishly morphed into a charade that is poised to do irreparable damage to this country if we do not stop this campaign in its tracks.
> I'll say it again: Trump never intended to be the candidate. But his pride is too out of control to stop him now.
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>>34809 >the court order wasn't necessary Everyone knew this. Everyone knew the FBI was grossly misrepresenting their capabilities. That's why everyone opposed it, it was never about the San Bernardino phone. It was about setting a legal precedent.
>>34813 The McAfee guy mentioned a work around. He made it sound braindead simple which leads me to believe you are right. The otherside is that if it was that simple and the FBI can't already do this we have problems.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-35915232 so this is yesterday's news, but I only just saw this today. So my questions are: how the fuck does the cartel get ANYONE to take that job smuggling? It looks like the shittiest possible job on earth. Seriously, you can't even use a blanket when you're half in water. Secondly, six TONS?! Wouldn't six tons of cocaine be worth a lot more than $200 million? How do you fit 6 tons of cocaine on that little boat? Or was there more than one boat, and the video just doesn't show it?
.S. Coast Guard crew based in Northern California seized more than six tons of cocaine after intercepting a semi-submersible vessel in the Pacific Ocean, the agency announced Monday.
The March 3 bust occurred 300 miles southwest of Panama after a Customs and Border Protection aircraft spotted the drug smuggling boat and alerted the Alameda-based crew of the Coast Guard cutter Bertholf, according to Lt. Donnie Brzuska.
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The crew seized more than 12,800 pounds of cocaine worth more than $203 million and a loaded... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Amanda Zolicoffer, 27, copped to the misdemeanor charge and was sentenced to a year in state prison, a term that will run concurrently with lengthier sentences she received last month in an unrelated felony prosecution.
The case against Zolicoffer’s codefendant, Douglas Blansett, 76, is pending.
Zolicoffer and Blansett were charged with public lewdness after a self-described “video vigilante” provided Oklahoma City cops with footage (seen above) showing the duo appearing to have sex in the front seat of Blansett’s truck.
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>More government officials are asking what Exxon Mobil knew about climate change.
>Attorneys general from Massachusetts and the Virgin Islands announced Tuesday that they would join Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general, in his investigation into whether Exxon Mobil lied in decades past to investors and the public about the threat of climate change.
>The... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Mr. Schneiderman began his investigation in November. His staff is looking at whether statements the company made to investors about climate risks — some as recently as last year — conflicted with the company’s own scientific research.
>Part of that inquiry includes the company’s funding, for at least a decade, of outside groups that worked to dispute climate science, even as its in-house scientists were describing the possible consequences of climate change, along with the areas of uncertainty.
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>Mr. Schneiderman reached a settlement last year with the coal giant Peabody Energy over that company’s financial statements and disclosures with regard to climate change.
>In terms of the current investigation, Mr. Schneiderman said, “It’s too early to say what we’re going to find.” He added, “We intend to work as aggressively as possible, but also as carefully as possible.”
>California started its own investigation into Exxon Mobil this year, but no other state had... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Suzanne McCarron, Exxon Mobil’s vice president for public and government affairs, said accusations against the company “are politically motivated and based on discredited reporting by activist organizations.”
>She added, “We are actively assessing all legal options.”
>The accusations, she said, are based on the “preposterous” claim that the company “reached definitive conclusions about anthropogenic climate change before the world’s experts” and withheld it.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/fbd435a6-f3d7-11e5-803c-d27c7117d132.html?siteedition=intl >Japan’s prison system is being driven to budgetary crisis by demographics, a welfare shortfall and a new, pernicious breed of villain: the recidivist retiree. And the silver-haired crooks, say academics, are desperate to be behind bars. >Crime figures show that about 35 per cent of shoplifting offences are committed by people over 60. Within that age bracket, 40 per cent of repeat offenders have committed the same crime more... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Not long ago, the city of Richmond, Calif., was considered one of the most dangerous cities in America
>But today, the city of about 100,000 residents is called a national model for reducing gun violence. Many cities around the country are adopting their unconventional strategy to prevent violence —– which includes paying potential... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>TOKYO (TR) – Tokyo Metropolitan Police on Thursday announced the arrest of a 25-year-old company employee after he allegedly filmed illicit acts performed by teenage girls and distributed the footage, reports the Asahi Shimbun (Feb. 25).
You'd think they'd give the man a goddamn medal considering how underpopulated Japan will be soon.
>>34599 >underpopulated It's fucking overpopulated by now with housing prices through the fucking roof. 40 million people live in the Tokyo metropolitan area alone. The declining population is a good thing, and the economy will stablise along with the population.
>JAXA says communication link with X-ray astronomy satellite has been lost
>The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said Sunday it has experienced trouble communicating with a newly launched X-ray astronomy satellite since Saturday afternoon, making it difficult for the agency to ascertain its condition.
>The Hitomi satellite, which was called... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>On Saturday, Japan lost contact with its newest space telescope, called Hitomi or ASTRO-H. The telescope, which includes an instrument from NASA, was intended to study the high-energy universe in X-rays and gamma rays, and observe such objects as supermassive black holes and galaxy clusters.
>Radar observations Sunday indicated that Hitomi, which launched on February 17, is in at least five... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Still, despite all the bad news, the spacecraft might not be lost.
>“I truly have not given up hope,” McDowell says, noting that equally bad space situations in the past have been successfully resolved. “We lost contact with SOHO for months and fully recovered it. ALEXIS had a solar panel break loose and was tumbling, but they learnt how to fly it and began science mission a couple months late. So it’s a long shot — and I refuse to put a number on the probability—but there is precedent for things being... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>34553 Aren't we seeing right here a classic case of flying retired satellites ,such as glonass, that may have collapsed with the Astro, I mean, that would explain the scattering of pieces and the change in the travel orbit
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