DAY6 is for everybody It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Ravena put up a team-high 21 points and eight rebounds to lead the Blue Eagles while Matt Nieto added 11 points. Mike Nieto and Aaron Black chipped in 10 points each.Alvin Pasaol led UE with 22 points with Nick Abanto adding 10 points and nine rebounds. Parker beats Fury on points, retains WBO heavyweight title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Ateneo won by 18 but the Blue Eagles weren’t really able to establish complete dominance over the Red Warriors until the fourth period where Thirdy Ravena imposed himself.Ravena scored five unanswered points to cap off Ateneo’s 10-1 run to put the Blue Eagles ahead, 77-60, in the final minutes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“In the third we had the lead but we couldn’t really, we can’t say we had control of the game because they were keeping the score within distance,” said Ateneo assistant coach Sandy Arespacochaga. “It’s a good thing our players responded and we played efficient offense in the fourth.”“UE is a tough team and I guess for a minute there we fell into the trap of thinking they were a 0-3 team and in the third we gave up 29 points against them.” How to help the Taal evacuees FILE PHOTO — Ateneo’s Thirdy Ravena goes for a layup against University of the Philippines during their game in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAteneo remained unbeaten in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament after whipping University of the East, 83-65, Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena.The Blue Eagles improved to 4-0 while the Red Warriors tied University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers at the bottom of the standings with identical 0-4 records.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up MOST READ Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide LATEST STORIES View comments
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Floyd Primo called “Wild Buck”, 31, of Lot 80 D’Urban Street, Georgetown, appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts Friday slapped with fraud charges.Floyd PrimoIt is alleged that between May 6 and 27, 2015 at Georgetown with intent to defraud ‘Wild Buck’ took $13,750,000 from Karen Persaud pretending to be the owner of a piece of land located at Lot 40 Public Road, Kitty, Georgetown.‘Wild Buck’s Attorney George Thomas in a bail application told the court his client was not the one whom the VC had the agreement with, rather one Marjorie Edinboro, who was also fingered in the fraud probe.He requested that Magistrate McLennan take into consideration that Primo never collected a cheque from Persaud.Police Prosecutor Neville Jeffers however strongly opposed bail, pointing out that the defendant has pending matters in court and more importantly a wanted bulletin was issued for him in 2015 and he had failed to turn himself over law enforcement officers.Jeffers stated also that Primo along with others took $13, 750,000 cash from Persaud under false pretence and that he is the owner of the land at the aforementioned plot in Kitty. Primo claimed he was the owner of the land which he provided documents for, but upon the plaintiff’s arrival at the Deeds Registry, Primo was in the possession of a fake Identification Card. He then left for another ID card but never returned.Chief Magistrate McLennan overruled the bail application and remanded the man to prison.The case will continue on June 13.
The Guyana Prison Service (GPS) has no resources, financial or human, to deal with mentally ill prisoners. ThisCoI Commissioners Dale Erskine, Chairman James Patterson and Merle Mendoncawas concluded by the Commission of Inquiry into the deadly Camp Street Prison riot which occurred earlier this year. According to findings of the CoI report, the GPS was noted as “the major casualty of as an inexcusably primitive approach” to mental health in Guyana.The Commissioners pointed out that even though the prison service lacks the requisite resources to integrate the psychologically challenged inmates; those who pass through the courts still end up in the facilities of the over-crowded penitentiary. While the Commissioners recommended that the Public Health Ministry provide a full-time medical doctor at the prison, they noted that the delivery of routine medical care, including mental health services, remains a constant problem.It was further pointed out that the lack of medical care brings “systematic hardship on all aspects of prison life” since less concern is devoted to the stressful effect on other prisoners who live with mentally ill inmates in the over-crowded spaces.Commissioners also recommended that an intervention led by the Public Health Ministry in collaboration with the magistracy, the Police and the prison service is urgently needed to better integrate these prisoners.When Chief Prison Officer, Medex Patricia Anderson testified to the Commission, she noted the grave emotional impact which the riots had on the staff of the prison. At that point, Chairman Patterson expressed shock that the prison did not have a permanent doctor stationed there.The CoI ran from March 8 to May 9, 2016 and the report was handed over to the President David Granger on the first of June. The Head of State ordered the inquiry into the fire after inmates met with Minister of State Joseph Harmon and Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan after a “gentlemen’s agreement” was reached. It was after two days of rioting at the Camp Street penitentiary and the death of 17 inmates after fire engulfed the Capital A Block on March 3.It was concluded that the fires were as a result of the actions by inmates.
-Monrovia Club Breweries go against Jubilee, ELWA United vs. LISCR, while Watanga FC take on FC Fassel Following a two week break after the climax of the first phase of the Liberia Football Association’s 1st division league, the second phase will kickoff at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium with 3rd placed Monrovia Club Breweries going against the “Church Boys” of Jubilee on Thursday April 13 at 4:00 pm.Club Beer, after finishing with 21 points in phase one, will be hoping to reduce the gap between league leaders FC Fassel to four points, while Jubilee, who are in 8th position, will be eager to secure their fifth win of the season. They have won four matches, drew two and lost four, with 15 points out of 11 matches.The league will continue on Friday when relegation threatened ELWA United hosts undefeated LISCR FC in the first encounter at the ATS.ELWA United of Paynesville finished in 10th out of the 12 clubs with nine points out of 11 matches, while the “Shipping Boys” of LISCR finished 4th with nine points behind the league leaders.The first encounter between the two sides in phase one ended in a disappointing one-all draw after LISCR dominated the game, but did not get a goal until ELWA United got the opener that put LISCR on their back-foot that saw them coming from behind to secure a draw.In the late encounter, Ma-wata-Watanga FC, who are 6th on the league table with 17 points, will be going against league leader FC Fassel.The match between the two sides in the first phase ended in a goalless draw after both sides refused to find the back of the net.On Saturday, the last two teams on the league table, LPRC Oilers (11th) and Invincible Eleven (12th) will battle each other in the day’s first encounter as both teams fight to secure their second wins in the league.In their first phase encounter, both sides shared the points after Oilers came from behind to end the game in a 1-1 draw.Later in the day’s second match, Liberia’s traditional side Mighty Barrolle will be going against 5th place Keitrace FC at the ATS.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The two prime suspects in the murder of 24-year-old Jamal Monroe, who was killed by a teenager, are now in Police custody.According to the Police, the two prime suspects – ages 18 and 31 – are now in Police custody assisting with investigations. Munroe was shot and killed onJamal MunroeNovember 4, 2017 following prolonged rivalry with the suspects and his family members.According to reports, Munroe sustained gunshot wounds to his legs, upper hand and lower back. He died while receiving treatment at the Georgetown Public Hospital.His shooter, 18-year-old Mark Ferrel, then evaded Police and went into hiding. However, his mother was taken into Police custody after she took home her .32 service pistol in order for her son to carry out the act.The rivalry between the dead man and the suspects started some time ago following a gambling disagreement.
A thirty-three-year-old man who was being sought for the murder of 32-year-old Cebric Williams of Foulmouth, Essequibo River, was apprehended and has since confessed to the heinous crime.The man, also of Foulmouth, was arrested on Friday last and would have given a caution statement. It was reported that on the night in question, the now dead man along with the suspect and his sister were imbibing when an argument broke out over a criminal incident that occurred in 2009.During the argument, the suspect became annoyed, whipped out a knife and dealt one blow to the victim’s neck before fleeing the scene. The injured man was picked up and taken to the Bartica Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.The man escaped and has been on the run until his arrest on Friday. He is expected to be charged shortly.
Carter Center report…recommends strengthening of GECOMThe Carter Center has repeated its longstanding support for fundamental constitutional reform in Guyana that attenuates the problems with the current winner-take-all system.The electoral observer mission noted that the urgency of this challenge was made greater with the anticipated influx of oil revenue, which has the potential to exacerbate ethnic and political conflicts.These positions were detailed in the final report released on Wednesday by the Carter Center on its observation activities in relation to the 2015 General and Regional Elections in Guyana.The report summarises the observations and makes recommendations to the Guyanese authorities to improve future elections to help bring the system in line with international standards for democratic elections.The A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition had campaigned heavily on the need for constitutional reform, but this desire seemingly has been placed on the back burner of the Administration.Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Ralph Ramkarran had noted that the Administration seemed to have lost its interest for these constitutional changes.Government appointed a committee headed by Attorney and former AFC Chairman Nigel Hughes to examine the process for constitutional reform. While the committee presented its report to Government almost a year ago, no movement has been seen.According to reports, that document is still before the Cabinet and the process appears to have been stalled.Aside from constitutional reform, the report also includes a compendium of reform recommendations from previous Carter Center election observation missions and makes new recommendations, including the need to re-evaluate the electoral system to increase the accountability of politicians to the electors and to equalise representation of women in Parliament.The report also recommended that individuals stand for election to the presidency and consider adopting a ranked-choice voting system to give greater incentive for candidates to appeal to more than their base voters.It also suggested that authorities ensure geographic seats are more equitably distributed among electors, clarify the law and procedures for recounts and consolidate electoral laws to make the rules of the game more easily accessible.Other recommendations are to strengthen the professionalism and independence of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) by closely evaluating the structure, recruitment, and training of GECOM staff and Commissioners.The Carter Center May 15 election observation mission in Guyana launched on April 8, 2015, following an invitation from the Office of the President.It was led by former US President Jimmy Carter, Dame Audrey Glover of the United Kingdom, and Dame Billie Miller of Barbados. Six medium-term observers from six countries were deployed throughout the country in advance of Election Day to assess election preparations.On Election Day, 53 observers from 26 countries visited 297 polling stations in all 10 Regions to observe voting, counting, tabulation, and the declaration of results. The Carter Center remained in Guyana to observe the post-election environment.
Extreme Weather conditions has caused Big Bam Ski Hill to temporarily close down.However, the hill will reopen Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings for night skiing. Night skiing hours for the hill will be from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. and the hill will be open on Saturday and Sunday, from 12 noon until 5 p.m.- Advertisement -The heavy snowfall as of late has made for excellent riding conditions.
“When we serve a search warrant, we go into these homes and often times there are children,” Munoz said. “There’s drugs, weapons, firearms and narcotics lying around, and DCFS comes in after us and oftentimes they will place a child – basically rescue a child – from that environment.” The sweep comes after a surge in murders in the Industry Station’s jurisdiction last year, putting the station third in gang slayings behind crime-infested areas patrolled by the sheriff’s Compton and Century stations. firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2730 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Early morning police raids in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties on Wednesday netted suspected gang members, firearms and thousands in cash, sheriff’s Industry Station deputies said. The sweep – which took place at 16 locations in Chino Hills, Fontana, Bassett, West Valinda, Pomona, and county land bordering West Covina – is part of an ongoing gang-suppression effort in response to recent murders and shootings in the Valinda Corridor, Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies said. The search warrants targeted members of the Bassett Street gang and the West Side Pomona gang, and six suspects were arrested on a variety of misdemeanor and felony charges, deputies said. “We were actually pretty happy with what we recovered,” Operation Safe Streets Sgt. Sal Munoz said. In addition to the arrests, deputies found several handguns, a rifle, a small amount of narcotics, and an “undetermined sum” of money. “It’s still being counted, but it’s well over $30,000,” Munoz said. “We take a high-profile, strong stance against these gangs so that people can walk down the streets, go to the parks, and go shopping without fear of a drive-by shooting, without being terrorized by these thugs,” Munoz said. But deputies said they could not discuss which murder cases, shootings and assaults they believed the six arrestees were linked to, nor several other details of the sweep. “We don’t want to reveal the crimes we believe them to be involved in because then we will alert \ to what we are doing and looking for,” said OSS Lt. George Zagurski. The morning operation involved several agencies and stations, including the sheriff’s Walnut Station, the Pomona Police Department, the county Probation Department, and the county’s Department of Children and Family Services.
The project will count on an existing series of pipelines to transport the liquefied natural gas from Western Canada to Oregon. The approval comes on the heels the project being approved by Canada’s National Energy Board for a 25 year license application that will send 1,550,000,000 cubic feet of liquefied natural gas a day from Western Canada to the U.S.Don Althoff, CEO of Veresen has stated that the Jordan Cove project will create jobs and tax revenue in the state. The project however is being opposed by environmentalists and some local residents. The project is slated to begin in 2019 with the liquefied natural gas being sent to Coos Bay in Oregon.- Advertisement –