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CHARLOTTE, Mich. >> The former sports doctor whose serial sexual abuse of girls and young women upended the gymnastics world was sentenced Monday to a third prison term of 40 to 125 years behind bars for molesting young athletes at an elite Michigan training center.

Larry Nassar listened to dozens of victims for two days last week and was almost attacked by a man whose three daughters said they were abused. Olympic coach.

The sentence is largely symbolic because the 54 year old is already assured of spending the rest of his life in prison. Before serving either of his two state sentences, he must first serve 60 years in federal prison for child pornography crimes.

In addition to the sentence delivered Monday in Eaton County, Nassar was also sentenced last month to 40 to 175 years for similar conduct in another county. Those sentences would be served at the same time.

In a brief statement before he was sentenced, Nassar attempted to apologize to his victims.

impossible to convey the breadth and depth of how sorry I am to each and every one, he said.

Nassar worked for Michigan State and USA Gymnastics, the sport governing body, which also trains Olympians.

cannot be a lawless society. I know that, Margraves told reporters during a public apology. lost control, but I gained control later in a holding cell. victims who wanted to speak publicly or submit a statement did so earlier during Nassar seven day court hearing in Ingham County, including 2012 Olympic teammates Aly Raisman, Jordyn Wieber and McKayla Maroney.

The scandal has rocked Michigan State, which has been accused of repeatedly missing opportunities to stop Nassar, who had a campus office and was a revered figure in sports medicine.
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A fresh Instagram account belonging to Sam Shields posted a series of clips this week that showed the former Green Bay Packers cornerback running through drills at a recreational facility in Sarasota, Florida. He backpedaled, changed directions and accelerated in quick bursts while wearing a black hoodie, Under Armour cleats and Packers shorts.

The caption on the videos read as follows: missed a whole year. 22, 2017, when in the aftermath of the NFC Championship game against the Atlanta Falcons he spoke briefly to ESPN about the continued headaches that many believed would signal the end of his career.

Shields had suffered his fifth documented concussion more than four months earlier while making a tackle in Week 1 against Jacksonville and never saw the field again. He spent part of the season recovering away from the team in Florida and eventually was placed on injured reserve. The Packers released him two weeks after their season ended.

Nearly 17 months later, the posts on Instagram marked the beginning of what Shields hopes will be a successful return to the National Football League. He believes someone will sign him later this spring, perhaps in March or April, and one personnel man from another team said Shields could generate interest if his health truly is in order.

Shields detailed his recovery and the decision to give football another chance in a telephone interview Thursday with the Journal Sentinel. From thinking his career was over, to spending several months in California for rehab, to using marijuana as a medicinal tool, Shields believes it all will be worth it if he gets another chance.

going to feel great, Shields said. going to see the (number) 37 you remembered. Everything you seen in Green Bay, you going to see that wherever I at. What did it feel like to get back out on the field?

A: Man, it just feels like have you ever rode a bike before when you was young, and then you just do it again? It basically just like that, just like riding a bike. And you know, of course the fatigue and all that, that comes with it. But man, shoot, I feel great. No headaches, none of those things going on. Everything has been going the way it supposed to be going.

Q: Was that the first time you had tried some of those drills?

A: Yes, yes it was. Before that, I did a little cardio as far as a treadmill. But that was my first day of really going out there and moving and backpedaling and coming out of my breaks.

Q: Why did you decide it was the right time to try those things?

A: Just how I felt, you know? I always go by how my body feels. I was never like pressured to do anything like, you need to go work out. I always went off how I feel and how my body feel. And I just felt that that time was right, so I went out there and did what I do.

Q: How would you describe what it felt like those first couple days after the hit in Jacksonville during Week 1 of the 2016 season?

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and it was just constantly headaches, headaches, headaches. I couldn see the light (without) headaches. Any little sensitive thing I was getting headaches and I was like, I never went through this before. I definitely thought it was the ending point of my career. And then again, you know, people around me and my supporters, the doctors, they was trying to help me through it. But I was still like, I don know. My head is hurting. I never been through this. It was just kind of scary.

Q: In January 2017 after the NFC Championship game, you said there were some days when you felt pretty good, and some other days when you still had headaches. When did everything finally go away and you felt back to normal?

A: Well, I was in California for six months doing some rehab with UCLA. That whole six months, you know, it was here and there. But shoot, I did great during the rehab. That whole six months I wasn really having headaches. It was coming (along), but it was also a mind thing as far as what they taught me. If I do have a headache, would I think it a concussion or would I think it a headache? It was all like a mind thing. The physical part was there. I didn miss a beat off that. But it was basically just the mind thing of getting no headaches and things like that.

Q: In terms of the facility in California, what made you decide it was the right place to go?

A: Actually, I was just reading up on like a good spot for physical therapy and things like that. UCLA was like the first that came up.

Q: How would you describe a typical day out there? What kind of things did you do?

Q: As you were going through all of these workouts and six months go by, and then a year goes by, did you always think football was still possible? Did doubt creep in?

A: Oh yeah, it was here and there. One day I was like, I not doing it. The next day I was like, I ready! It was here and there, you know? I just had to get that rest, rest my mind. That whole year I really needed that, needed this whole year off just to get my mind right, just to make sure everything is right with my family and things like that. It definitely worked out.

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Canada will ice a men hockey team with more than 5,500 NHL games under its belt at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

With NHLers not taking part at the Winter Games, HockeyCanada drew talent from seven different leagues across North America and Europe. And while the team may not have the marquee value of Canada recent Olympic champion teams, HockeyCanada officials and coaches made a point of noting it is long on heart.

of our players, at somewhere along the line, they been told head coach Willie Desjardins said at the roster reveal Thursday. not going to get a chance to continue their NHL career or even start it in some way.

lot like other Canadians, they managed to battle it and fight back. They stuck with it, they won give up That what our team is about. It about guys who have received a no but found a way to make a yes. There be a gold medal effort and there won be one guy that puts that jersey that this isn the highlight of their hockey career and the highlight of their family career.

Chris Kelly, who won the 2011 Stanley Cup with the Boston Bruins, leads the way with 833 regular season games in the NHL. Most recently the 37 year old, who has 123 NHL goals and 166 assists, signed a tryout contract with Belleville of the AHL.

Derek Roy played 738 NHL games for Buffalo, Dallas, Vancouver, St. Louis, Nashville and Edmonton with 189 goals and 335 assists. Rene Bourque played 725 NHL games, notching 163 goals and 153 assists for six teams including Calgary and Montreal.

Maxim Lapierre played 614 NHL games for Montreal, Anaheim, Vancouver, St. Louis and Pittsburgh. Mason Raymond saw action in 546 NHL games with Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Anaheim.

Wojtek Wolski, who thought his hockey career was over a year to due to a neck injury, played in 451 games for five teams.

The blue line is less experienced with Cody Goloubef leading the way with 129 NHL games.

Defencemen Chris Lee and Mat Robinson have not played in the NHL while Chay Genoway has one game and Maxime Noreau six.

Goalies Justin Peters, Ben Scrivens and Kevin Poulin have 277 NHL games between them, spread between eight teams. Peters plays in Germany, Scrivens in Russia KHL and Poulin for a Croatian team that plays in the Austrian league.

Thirteen players come from the KHL, four from the Swiss league, three each from Sweden and the American Hockey League, and one from Germany and Austria.

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carried live on several networks, was made at the Hall of Champions at HockeyCanada office in Calgary. It came one day after the NHL released its all star squad.

Training camp starts Jan. 28 in Latvia for the Canadians.

The 12 nation men hockey tournament at the 2018 Games goes from Feb. 14 25 at the Gangneung Hockey Centre and the Kwandong Hockey Centre.

Canada opens play in a group with the Czech Republic, Switzerland and host South Korea.

The top four teams the group winners and the second ranked team with the best record advance to the quarter finals while the other teams take part in qualification playoffs to see who joins them.

HockeyCanada vice president Scott Salmond said the team selection process had lasted 14 months, involving seven tournaments and more than 100 players

Forward Christian Thomas, a second round pick of the New York Rangers in 2010 who is playing for Wilkes Barre/Scranton in the AHL, got the news he had made the team from his father, former NHLer Steve Thomas.

seen our players numerous times. We seen all our players, said Burke. don think we can sit here today and say we missed anybody. Everybody was given an opportunity.

Overholt called the Games a global sports event. Petersburg, Karjala Cup, Channel One Cup in Russia, and Spengler Cup in Switzerland.

NHLers may be missing but the passion is still there.

The Canadians engaged in a second period brawl with a young Russian national team in a 3 2 loss at the Sochi tournament.

Canada 2014 Olympic team was star studded with the likes of Sidney Crosby, Carey Price, John Tavares and Jonathan Toews, The 25 man roster one year salary cap hit was more than US$150 million, according to the Hockey News.

Canada has won 13 men hockey medals, including nine gold, since the first Olympic hockey tournament in Antwerp in 1920. The Canadian men have won three of the last four hockey golds, including the last two in Sochi and Vancouver.

The Americans named a 23 man roster, with two goalies to be added later. Of the 23, 15 play in Europe. four in the NCAA and three in the American Hockey League. Gionta, an NHL free agent, had been working out with Buffalo AHL affiliate in Rochester.

Here’s an illustration of the team roster, courtesy Hockey Canada:

Goaltenders: Justin Peters (Blyth, Ont./Kolner Haie, Germany), Kevin Poulin (Montreal/Medvescak Zagreb, Austria), Ben Scrivens (Spruce Grove, Alta./Salavat Yulaev Ufa, KHL).
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The MSU police submit warrant requests to the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office, regarding their investigation of an alleged on campus sexual assault.

“Earlier today, our office received warrant requests from the MSU Police Department in a reported case of sexual assault that occurred on the campus this past January. Detectives from the Michigan State University Police Department have conducted a thorough and professional investigation of this incident.

I have asked the MSU Police Department to continue that investigation and submit to our office additional information and evidence. Upon the review of those materials, I will determine a charging decision in this matter.”

February 17, 2017 MSU Police request a fourth warrant from Ingham County Prosecutor

A spokesman for the Ingham County Prosecutor’s office says a fourth warrant request had been submitted from the MSU Police Department. The new warrant request is for obstructing an investigation, a potential 2 year felony. The prosecutor’s office does not name who the warrant was requested for.

March 14, 2017 Ingham County Prosecutor has received follow up reports on sex assault investigation involving MSU football players

Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon says her office received follow up reports on the sex assault investigation involving three MSU football players.

March 28, 2017 MSU football coach Mark Dantonio speaks about state of football team

Mark Dantonio says he couldn’t comment on the investigation, but he wants to answer what he could about the football team.

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A fourth MSU football player is suspended from the team after Meridian Township police receive a report alleging he sexually assaulted a woman. Police say this is separate from the case against the three football players.

April 13, 2017 Police confirm MSU football player being investigated for sexual assault

Meridian Township Police confirm sexual assault investigation involves a MSU football player. MSU President says Dantonio suspended the player, pending the outcome of the investigation. The player’s name is not released at this time.

April 21, 2017 Mark Dantonio releases statement regarding MSU player charged with CSC

Former MSU football player Auston Robertson is charged with 3rd degree Criminal Sexual Conduct.

April 22, 2017 Police on the hunt for former MSU football player

Meridian township police continue the search for former MSU football player Auston Robertson.

April 23, 2017 Police arrest former MSU football player wanted on a felony warrantApril 24, 2017 New details on former MSU player’s arrest

Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office confirms that Robertson has waived extradition and is voluntarily coming back to Michigan.

April 25, 2017 Former MSU football player arraigned on sex charge

Auston Robertson is formally charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct. He could face up to 15 years in prison if found guilty.

April 26, 2017 President of MSU issues statement regarding sexual assault

The president of Michigan State University, Lou Anna K. Simon, releases a statement to the MSU community regarding the issue of sexual assault at MSU.

May 22, 2017 Title IX investigation into MSU football sexual assault allegations complete

The Title IX investigation into an alleged sexual assault involving three Michigan State University football players is complete.
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Ross O was mayor of this Lambton County town for nine years starting in the late 1990s, then returned in 2014 as a councillor.

O doesn know if there are problems in local government that go beyond how former chief administrative officer Manny Baron, who resigned after an investigation into how he ended up owning two building leased to the town, including a building Baron bought from a local developer, then sold back soon after questions were raised, property records for 395 Fletcher St. show.

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there nothing else wrong. I don know, O said Friday.

But the lease deals have created a flurry of questions that need to be answered to restore trust, he said.

The investigation should look at all politicians and not just one called on for Coun. Grant Purdy, who has clashed with Mayor John McCharles.

gain the respect of voters, I think we have to do something, he said.

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The FBI and IRS raided Joyce Canton law office in February 2016.

Acting Senate President Harriette Chandler was elected by the Senate Monday to succeed Rosenberg while the Senate Ethics Committee conducts an investigation into whether the Amherst Democrat violated any Senate rules in connection with reports that his husband, Bryon Hefner, sexually assaulted three men with State House ties and interfered with Senate business. Rosenberg told the News Service Thursday that he hopes his name will be cleared.

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) A former Miramar based Marine who drove drunk and caused a head on freeway crash that killed two UCSD medical students was acquitted of murder Monday but convicted of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and DUI.Jason Riley King, 24, faces a maximum of 17 years and four months in prison when he is sentenced April 6 for the May 16, 2015, deaths of 23 year old Madison Cornwell and 24 year old Anne Li Baldock. Three others in Cornwell’s car were seriously injured.”This was a case that was 100 percent preventable,” Deputy District Attorney Cally Bright said after the verdicts. “We lost two women who were in med school were very bright lights (and) three others were badly injured. The impact of one person’s decisions to decide to drink and drive drink in excess and drive basically changed the lives of five separate families, as well as the defendant’s own family.”King’s attorney, Rich Hutton, said the jury got it right by acquitting the defendant of murder.During the trial, Hutton conceded that King caused the wrong way accident that killed the victims and injured their friends, leaving one in a coma for some time after the accident. Another victim is struggling to resume his studies in medical school. But he argued that his client was guilty of gross vehicular manslaughter and DUI, not murder.”The whole issue in this case was, was it a murder or not?” Hutton said. “We firmly believed it never was, and that’s what the jury determined today.”Hutton told jurors that what they learned about drinking and driving during the two weeks of trial was much more than King learned from the military.In her closing argument, Bright said King was warned not to drink and drive but chose to do it anyway, acting with a conscious disregard for human life.After getting kicked out of a country western bar, King told a female Marine friend who asked for his keys, “I got myself here, I’ll get myself home,” Bright told the jury.Eight days before the fatal crash,
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TORONTOFormer Toronto Maple Leafs player Mike Zigomanis has scored a $162,500 judgment against Frank D because the southern Ontario beverage entrepreneur improperly cut his promotional contract after a nude photo scandal.

D hired Zigomanis in May 2011 to promote his energy drink Cheetah Power Surge for $200,000 over two years. website where former lovers could post nude images of their exes.

D asserted Zigomanis function as a brand ambassador for Cheetah because the scandal triggered a morals clause that voided the remainder of the contract.

Justice David Stinson disagreed, and on Monday awarded the former Leaf the balance of the contract, $162,500, plus pre judgment interest and costs.

Both Zigomanis and Leafs officials initially denied the photos were him, but the former player, now 35, admitted he lied to the club and media in December 2011.

He told the trial he had taken the photos and sent them to his girlfriend at the end of 2010 or early 2011.

Stinson ruled that consenting adults to communicate in such a fashion, with an expectation of privacy, would not, in my view, be likely to shock, insult or offend the community or ridicule public morals or decency.

Internet posting of the nude photos was not the action of Mr. Zigomanis, but instead was carried out by someone else. It was done without Mr. Zigomanis knowledge or consent.

the Internet posting wasn an act committed by Zigomanis and the (morals) clause was therefore not triggered, Stinson wrote.

Sending nude photos of himself to his lover doesn qualify as shocking, Stinson noted.

private communication of intimate information is a fact of life that is not a new phenomenon, the judge wrote. letters (and) photographs containing intimate information have been exchanged between individuals for centuries in the expectation that they would remain private between sender and recipient. dropped the contract of a second Leafs player, Luka Caputi, on the same date, citing Caputi trade from the Maple Leafs organization as reason for ending the contract. Caputi was never involved in a nude photo scandal.

fact that D chose to terminate both athletes contracts suggest the decision was motivated by other factors apart from the ones recited in the letters, wrote Stinson.

The judge also cited Zigomanis participation the filming of a TV commercial, which D aired for many months.
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KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) The Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department has investigated a claim from former Unified Government Mayor/CEO Mark Holland that some firefighters are harassing him and his family.Holland clashed with the firefighters’ union while he was in office.Now, he says they are harassing him.Holland said on Tuesday morning, a fire truck and ambulance drove by his home and turned on their sirens. Holland said after they passed his home, they turned them off.”It’s just unnecessary,” Holland said. “And so, you know I’m a citizen of this community. I’m a tax paying citizen of this community, I’m fourth generation of Wyandotte County. I deserve to be treated with the same amount of respect as everyone else.”The KCK Fire Department was not available to comment on camera about the incident earlier this week, but it confirmed an investigation was ongoing.On Friday, a statement was released:The Kansas City Kansas Fire Department has conducted an internal investigation of alleged events in former Mayor Mark Holland neighborhood. Investigations included speaking with neighbors; face to face and by phone. This neighborhood canvass was done by Interim Fire Chief Kevin R. Shirley and the Department Fire Marshal. One neighbor did confirm that they heard a sound that they thought could have been a siren that morning.Facts regarding this investigation concluded that the Fire Department did respond to a medical call in a nearby neighborhood that morning. It was confirmed that on the return trip to the station that a siren was set off for a period of 1 to 3 seconds in the area near former Mayor Holland house.Those firefighters that were involved will be dealt with as necessary to ensure that activation of sirens and lights will only be done in compliance with current policies.This week’s alleged incident is just the latest piece in Holland’s assertions the department is targeting him.”I also have received multiple things on Facebook where people say, ‘we hope nothing happens at your house, hope you never need us,'” he said. “A lot of that kind of just inherent threat that, you know, our family is not going to be protected.”Neighbors did say they also heard the sirens. and I’m usually hearing sirens in the distance,” Dee Moore said. “But this time in the morning, the sirens sounded like it was right in front of the house.”Moore said it wasn’t just the sirens that caught her off guard, but the timing of the sirens.Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>11 year old girl dies suddenly in her sleep11 year old girl dies suddenly in her sleepUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 6:12 AM EST2018 03 08 11:12:56 GMTA local family is mourning the loss of an 11 year old girl who died unexpectedly just a few days ago. Janiyah Taylor passed away Monday morning in her sleep.A local family is mourning the loss of an 11 year old girl who died unexpectedly just a few days ago. Janiyah Taylor passed away Monday morning in her sleep.Attackers used blunt saw to cut into South African triathlete’s legsAttackers used blunt saw to cut into South African triathlete’s legsUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 12:02 AM EST2018 03 08 05:02:17 GMT
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from Crysler, has been charged with Fraud Over $5,000 contrary to section 380(1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada (CC) and Breach of Trust by a Public Officer contrary to section 122 CC.During the period police allege the offense occurred, Brousseau held the position of chief executive officer of Kapuskasing Energy, which was wholly owned by the town.The municipally owned company had two divisions, one based on solar generation, the other on hydroelectric power production. At the time of Brousseau appointment, it was anticipated Kapuskasing Energy would be a big revenue generator for the town.The co accused is Karl Hollett, 54 years of age, from Napanee, has been charged with Fraud Over $5,000 contrary to section 380(1)(a) CC.Hollett was the chief executive officer of Strathcona Energy Group, a Napanee based solar product manufacturing company that declared bankruptcy in July 2017.
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The deed was conveyed electronically to the Penobscot County Registry of Deeds on Monday, according to Roger Huber, an attorney with the Bangor firm Ferrell, Rosenblatt Russell, which represented the town in the matter.

“We’re obviously looking forward to having that space available to hopefully hold some events down there, keep it open to the public for fishing and other outdoor activities,” he said. “I can see this being a huge benefit to the town of Veazie.”

Located at the end of Veazie Street, which runs off Olive Street, the roughly 25 acre parcel of land was offered to the town for use as a park at no cost by the Penobscot River Restoration Project.

The $60 million restoration initiative has returned much of the Penobscot to a free flowing waterway, opening the river to sea run fish for the first time in nearly 200 years while keeping up energy production.

The project involved the removal of two dams, one in Veazie and the other in Old Town, as well as the construction of a fish bypass at a remaining dam in Howland.

In addition to restoring fish habitat, the project sought to create new opportunities for tourism, recreation, business and communities, according to the project’s website.

The Veazie parcel includes more than a mile of shoreline along the Penobscot River, according to Veazie Conservation Commission Chairman Andy Brown.

After the dam was removed, two powerhouses and related structures also were torn down. In the last year, a small park was carved out of the site and some amenities were added, including a hand carry boat ramp for kayakers and canoeists and five kiosk signs telling visitors about the site’s history, natural significance and place in local culture.

The transfer of land was years in the making because of the red tape it had to get through, including an updated title search and approval from two federal agencies. Town officials also wanted to ensure that improvements complied with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

People in the area had been allowed to use the property last year for walking, boating and fishing. It also hosted two Veazie Riverside Community Art in the Park events.

The Veazie Lands Committee of the Orono Land Trust will help the town manage the park, both financially and with volunteers, according to David Wardrop, the town forester.
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Learning the national anthem was just one of many steps for Plante an imposing blueliner from Brandon, Man., a former junior stud for the Western Hockey League Calgary Hitmen and a first round selection of the Edmonton Oilers in the 2007 NHL Draft on his path to becoming a citizen of South Korea.

Now in his third campaign with Anyang Halla of the Asia Ice Hockey League, the 28 year old will represent the host country in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

couldn be any more thankful for the unique experience and opportunity, Plante said. has just given me a little fire, a kick start to really play competitive hockey again.

have that competitive edge back. the Saddledome, Plante is remembered as a surly shutdown specialist. He totalled 18 goals, 71 assists and 344 penalty minutes in 224 career contests for the Hitmen and was a key piece on their run to the WHL championship series in 2009. (That squad also featured San Jose Sharks netminder Martin Jones, Flames defenceman Michael Stone and two other 2018 Olympians Canada Brandon Kozun and Bostjan Golicic of Slovenia.)

In Edmonton, Plante is remembered as a guy who never lived up to his draft day billing the No. 15 overall pick in 2007. He totalled 10 appearances in the Oilers big league lineup between 2009 11, collecting two assists and dropping his mitts for one fight, but he was mostly stationed for four seasons with their minor league affiliate in Springfield and later Oklahoma City.

His next stop was with Dornbirner in Austria then L in Norway.

He was searching for another contract when an agent mentioned a job opening in South Korea. They were looking for a big body on defence, a right handed shot, a guy who hadn represented Canada in international competition.

Plante, who stands 6 foot 5 and tips the scales at 230 lb., checked all those boxes.

But wife (Fanny) was pregnant at the time, and I said, way. I was completely ignorant to the country of Korea, said Plante, explaining his better half is from Sweden and staying in Europe would have made it more convenient for her to travel home to deliver their second child. after a month or so, he kept asking me and other jobs just weren as appealing looking as this one. We actually contacted a guy that had been in Korea for eight years at the time him and his wife, they had a daughter and they had nothing but good things to say. So we were a little bit more intrigued.

at the time, they said there could be the opportunity to get a passport and play in the Olympics, but that wasn on the dotted line. It wasn come here and we give you a passport. It was more, come here and we see if we like you and maybe give you your passport. God for my wife for being like, let try it, even though she was pregnant. You know the song Gangnam Style? Everybody knows that song. Well we had our son (Noah) in Gangnam,
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Korea. I guess he a Gangnium. I don even know if that a real word. dad is now proud to represent South Korea, one of seven naturalized competitors on a national team that placed second in the IIHF World Hockey Championship Division 1A event last spring, earning promotion to the top tier.

Their go to goalie, Matt Dalton, hails from Clinton, Ont., and one night served as the backup for the Boston Bruins.

Like Plante, Bryan Young, of Ennismore, Ont., briefly patrolled the blueline in Edmonton.

South Korea preliminary round slate in Pyeongchang includes a Feb. 18 clash against Canada. Group A also includes the Czech Republic and Switzerland.

of our teammates, who also is a naturalized player, put it best it a job, and once you put that jersey on, it just like you get drafted to the Oilers that your team, Plante said. now, this is the country we playing for, and they done a fantastic job in making us feel welcome.

had enough time actually playing for Korea to have that feeling of, I a part of this. I a part of this team. They let me play for their nation. We lived here for three years. My family loves it. So there no weirdness. It not like I renouncing my Canadian citizenship or anything like that. They just presenting me with this great opportunity. And from my family point of view, my kids especially, this is their home right now. For their short lives, this is where they spend most of their time.

I will say, we played Canada in the Channel One Cup (in December in Russia), and they play the anthems. Standing on Korea blueline and listening to the Canadian anthem in the first time in it felt like forever I wouldn say it was a weird feeling, but it was definitely worth a chuckle for me. like he chuckle when he arrived home and heard his daughter, Ebba, singing the anthem of South Korea.

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The former Fox News Channel host was interviewed by one time colleague Glenn Beck on this weekend’s story in The New York Times that Fox paid a $32 million settlement to a former legal analyst who had accused O’Reilly of harassment.

On Beck’s radio show Monday, O’Reilly said that he could not discuss specifics about former analyst Lis Wiehl’s case. He said the Times hates him and is intent upon keeping him out of the marketplace. There was no immediate comment from the newspaper.

O’Reilly also said that it was “incomprehensible” that his former colleague Megyn Kelly would speak out against him, saying that “I helped her dramatically” in her career.

He posted online an undated thank you note Kelly had written to him for giving a gift at a baby shower.

Former Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly says she complained to her bosses about Bill O’Reilly’s behavior after she had accused former Fox chief Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, and that the abuse and shaming of women has to stop.

Kelly, now on NBC, spoke Monday after it was revealed in The New York Times that O’Reilly had reached a $32 million settlement agreement with former Fox analyst Lis Wiehl shortly before O’Reilly’s contract was renewed in February. O’Reilly was fired in April.
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As hurricane Irma swept over Florida 640 kilometres wide, bringing winds of more than 200 km/h and leaving a broad path of destruction in its wake former Edmonton residents contacted Sunday fear the worst is yet to come.

the anxiety of not knowing, said former Edmontonian Kim Mireau, who fled with her family to Perry, Georgia, from her home in Winter Springs, Florida. when we come back we still have a house to come back to. the eye of the storm stayed on the west coast of the peninsula, Mireau said she had heard from neighbours that a tornado has already swept through part of her community, downing trees as areas nearby begin to flood.

Attila Hertelendy, a professor at Florida International University and an adjunct research professor at Georgetown University where he teaches emergency management born and raised in Edmonton is riding out the storm in his home with his family in West Palm Beach.

Attila Hertelendy home in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, as hurricane Irma begins its sweep across Florida.

of the trees are going down in my neighbourhood, we have some flooding and power is flickering. There are a lot of power outages, there is about 220,000 without power here in Palm Beach County right now, said Hertelendy on Sunday.

Hertelendy has lived in south Florida for five years and was previously called to provide aid as an emergency responder on the ground during hurricane Katrina in 2005.

He said Florida is experienced and well prepared to handle such emergencies, praising the government for its proactive response in arranging an unprecedented evacuation of 6.3 million people and bringing in support from across North America ready to begin recovery efforts as soon as the storm has passed.

Mireau husband is one of them, a hydro vac driver currently waiting in a shelter on emergency standby ready to help restore power.

That being said, Hertelendy knows citizens will be left repairing the devastation left behind for some time after the storm moves on.

have challenges with logistics as it relates to fuel, food, things like that. I think the recovery efforts are going to be very long, it going to take a very long time to recover from here throughout all of Florida, Hertelendy said, estimating it could be weeks before people are back in their homes in some parts of Florida, but potentially months before those in the hardest hit areas including the Florida Keys, battered by the storm Sunday are able to safely return.

Even then, as the storm season continues, Hertelendy said officials are preparing for potential hits from other storms.

do plan for worst case scenarios, and that type of event is one of those worst case scenarios in terms of managing multiple incidents at one time, said Hertelendy.

Hertelendy said the biggest challenge could be affording the recovery because the Federal Emergency Management Agency was already dangerously low on funds before hurricane Irma struck.
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The former boss of a prominent Cumbrian estate agents has lost his employment tribunal after a judge ruled he gave false evidence.

After a five day hearing, an employment tribunal judge has ruled that Nick Elgey, who rose to the top job at The Cumberland Estate Agents, deliberately tried to mislead the court with evidence he knew was untrue.

The five day employment tribunal heard that in an encounter in Carlisle with one senior former colleague, which came after Mr Elgey landed a job with a local property developer,he compared The Cumberland Building Society his former estate agency’s parent company to North Korea’s dictatorship.

But tribunal judge Jessica Hill comprehensively threw out Mr Elgey’s claim for constructive dismissal, rejecting his claims that two former senior colleagues had treated him aggressively.

As she delivered a summary of her judgement, Mrs Hill ruled that senior colleagues of Mr Elgey including general manager Nyree Legge and the Cumberland’s deputy chief executive Peter Temple acted reasonably.

She said: “Having considered the evidence, I have found that the respondent [The Cumberland] did not conduct itself in a manner likely to destroy or seriously damage the relationship of trust and confidence.

“I have found that the respondent conducted itself properly.”

She said the majority of the incidents that Mr Elgey complained of had simply been issues relating to the normal day to day management of the business.

She accepted that Mr Elgey had been distressed that his bosses had decided to review his management performance and that he did not agree with their criticisms, but that was not a reason to find he was unfairly dismissed.

Mrs Hill said: “Miss Legge and Mr Temple both gave clear and cogent evidence that whilst he was excellent in some parts of his role they had concerns over his lack of strategic thinking and drive.”

The evidence showed both managers tried to give him support, both in terms of line management and resources,
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she said.

Mr Elgey’s perceptions of how he was treated were completely at odds with the evidence. Mrs Hill went on to say that aspects of the tribunal had caused her great concern.

Mrs Hill said: “The motivation for [Mr Elgey] bringing these proceedings was to damage the reputation of Mr Temple and to bring down Mr Parr [The Cumberland’s chief executive. The tribunal views this conduct as a deliberate attempt to mislead it and provide evidence that he knew was untruthful.”

During the hearing, Miss Legge had described how she had tried during a meeting to tell Mr Elgey that she was unhappy with his delivery of a business update to senior colleagues but he had become aggressive, and slammed the door as he left.

Another colleague who saw Mr Elgey at that meeting through window was concerned enough to make a note of his behaviour, though Mr Elgey consistently denied behaving aggressively.

The tribunal also heard that Mr Elgey, while on sick leave, did unpaid “theraputic” work with property developer Citadel Estates.

The Cumberland’s barrister Amy Smith said this work had clearly put him in clear breach of his employment contract, and created a conflict of interest. Mr Elgey rejected her suggestion that he could not accept criticism at work.

In August, by which time Mr Elgey was working for Citadel Estates, Miss Legge had a chance meeting with him in Carlisle.

Describing that encounter, she said: “He said that things have worked out for him but that wasn’t the point. [He] said he can go into work without shaving; he can listen to the radio while he’s working;
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Former Cleveland Clinic Innovations executive director Gary Fingerhut has pleaded guilty to two charges related to a scheme that allegedly cost the Clinic more than $2.7 million.

At an arraignment on Tuesday morning, Oct. Attorney’s Office.

He’ll likely spend at least a few years in prison. Although Fingerhut won’t be sentenced until Jan. 30, his attorney and federal prosecutors have agreed to ask for a sentence of between 41 and 51 months in federal prison, according to his attorney, J. Timothy Bender of Bender,
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Alexander Broome in Cleveland.

“Mr. Fingerhut has admitted his guilt and is very sorry for what he’s done,” Bender told Crain’s. District Judge Christopher Boyko will decide the exact sentence, which also could require Fingerhut to pay restitution to the Clinic.

The Clinic fired Fingerhut in June 2015 after the FBI told the hospital system that he made transactions that violated the system’s internal policies.

Fingerhut allegedly received at least $469,000 in illicit payments for playing along with a scheme to defraud a Clinic spinoff company called iVHR, according to charges filed last month through a bill of information.
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The Government of India has selected former Chief Justice of India H L Dattu as the next chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).

Here are some facts you must know:

1. The former CJI will take over the position from Justice C Joseph, who has been the acting chairperson since the end of the five year term of former chairperson K G Balakrishnan.

2. Dattu was selected by a committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The committee consisted of Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Rajya Sabha deputy chairman P J Kurien and Rajya Sabha Opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad.

3. The committee has forwarded the proposal to President Pranab Mukherjee. According to the provisions of the Protection of Human Rights Act (1993), only the President of India can appoint the chairperson and the members of the NHRC.

4. Handyala Lakshminarayanaswamy Dattu started his legal practice in 1975 in Bangalore and specialised in matters of criminal, civil, tax and constitutional cases.

5. In 1983, Dattu was appointed as the government pleader for the sales tax department at the Karnataka High Court. In 1995, he was made a judge of the Karnataka High Court.

6. In 2007, Dattu was appointed as the Chief Justice at the Chhattisgarh High Court and later at the Kerala High Court.
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A man who spent years in a relationship with Anne Norris says the accused murderer was a “people person” who loved to laugh before she fell into a depression.

Thirty one year old Brian Constantine met Anne Norris when they were teenagers. They entered into a relationship when he was 20, and lived together for some time.

Brian Constantine says he was in a relationship with Anne Norris for 8 years. He says he watched her go from a people person who loved to laugh, to someone who fell into a deep depression. Very emotional morning in court today.

He says he was babysitting his niece one night when Norris called begging him to return home. When he finally got there, she was inconsolable. He says all the cupboard doors in the house were opened or torn off.

He found her in the bedroom. She wouldn’t talk, but eventually wrote on a piece of paper that she had been molested. Constantine told the court, “I didn’t know what to f king say to her.”

He told the court she was convinced there were police officers following her. Constantine says “if it was in her head, it was 100 per cent true.”

The last time he saw Anne Norris, Constantine says he was asleep, Norris started banging on his door at 1am. “She was furious so angry,” he says. She said, “you know what you did.” Constantine says Anne accused him of breaking into a shelter and raping her. She agreed. He said his heart broke for her. Norris cried too.

Constantine says she once accused him of assaulting her overnight, to which he said, “I would never do that.” He says Norris broke down, agreeing,
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asking him, “what’s wrong with me? This seems so real afternoon the defence will call a psychiatrist from the Waterford to the stand who treated Norris.

Brian Constantine says of Anne Norris “if it was in her head, it was 100% true.” He says he eventually called her parents to come get her. “Couldn’t be in his house.” He felt she was breaking down. He says he was breaking down, too.

She first went to police in April 2011, reporting she was assaulted multiple times. Gary Norris says in that case, he believes his daughter, but that investigation was eventually put on hold over concerns for Anne mental health.

In another case, she alleged an assault at her aunt home in 2015. Gary Norris testified he in his heart and soul that it didn happen. says Anne was an average daughter who grew up in an average home and had an average life. After 2011, Gary Norris says his daughter began to display strange behaviour and would sleep a lot. He felt she was in danger, and told the court that over a 2 3 month period in 2015, he found a baseball bat under her bed, a steak knife, and a BB gun, and found a box cutter in her purse.
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FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) The Boy Scouts of America are under heavy fire these days: first, for the group stance against membership by gays, and second, for the so called perversion files.A judge in December ordered the release of tens of thousands of pages detailing decades of alleged sexual abuse by men inside the organization against Scouts in their care. Instead of turning these tips over to law enforcement for investigation, the Boy Scouts of America chose to keep them in private files. That has left many struggling to understand why this trusted group chose to seemingly protect these alleged perpetrators over innocent children.For the first time, a Kansas City area man reveals his story of sexual abuse at the hands of a Boy Scout volunteer 30 years ago. The release of the so called “perversion files” prompted this man, who KCTV5 is calling John Doe, to speak up about what he says happened to him at Camp Naish in Bonner Springs, KS.In the summer of 1979, Doe was looking forward to attending the Boy Scout camp. The then 9 year old had no idea the survival skills he learned at Camp Naish would include learning to deal with sexual assault.”How did this (the sexual assault) change you as a person?” KCTV5 reporter Jeanene Kiesling asked.”I not sure. I don know what it would be like to be normal.” Doe replied. “It always been there. It always been a huge weight. It torn me up for a lot of years.”Now in his 40s and married with two daughters of his own, Doe says he worked to forget what had happened, until the Boy Scout perversion files were made public. Included among them was a letter Doe father wrote 30 years ago, begging for the name of the man who hurt his son.”It been horrible. All these feelings come rushing back and I can sleep thinking about it,” Doe said. “(It) brought a lot of weight back that I thought I was trying to get behind me.”Doe says his mind has blocked out some details from that first camp assault but he does recall that it happened while he was earning a merit badge in canoeing. He says he was left alone at the pool with a volunteer that he had never met before.”I was in the canoe and he was holding the canoe so it wouldn tip over. I tried to piece it together from getting in the canoe to how I got out of there. I don remember. I don remember how I got away from the pool,” Doe said. “I do remember being in a position in the pool and in the canoe I felt like my life was in danger. If I didn go along with whatever his instructions were (that) my life was in danger.”Doe describes that incident as the moment he lost both innocence and trust. Doe says while he wanted to pretend nothing had happened, he couldn stop questioning whether he had done something wrong to cause the attack.”What happened on the second occasion?” Kiesling asked.”I was going to the cafeteria and I took a wrong path down a trail and he happened to be on the trail and we were by ourselves there,” Doe said.”When you saw him the second time, what went through your mind?”Doe says he never planned to tell anyone about the alleged assaults. Back at home, he began to act more and more reserved and withdrawn. When his parents confronted him about his changed behavior, Doe says he reluctantly shared the horror he had suffered by a man whose name he didn know. Doe says his father took immediate action.”He went to great lengths to try and find out what happened,” Doe said. “Multiple letters were sent to the scouting program. (There were) attempts to communicate with the leaders of the church the scouting program was associated with. And we always hit brick walls. I was told they would send documents; we would need to fill out forms. We would fill out (forms) for the Scouts that never showed up and correspondence just dropped off on their end. There was nothing else that could be done.”Doe says his father continued to press for answers from the church who organized the Boy Scout outing. Doe says those pleadings were met with a memorable response.”He (the church leader) said nothing good would ever come of it, and just sweep it under the rug,” Doe recalled his father being told.Doe says he did just that. Despite feeling let down by his church and an organization he once loved, Doe says he thought the Boy Scouts must have done something to handle his situation. He says he believed he was this volunteer lone victim. The perversion file containing his father letter proved him wrong.The file has a name on it. So while Doe family never knew who attacked the boy, it appears the Boy Scouts had quickly put it together and confronted the volunteer. A handwritten note in the file says the alleged abuser was talked to and that he “understands.” The file contains a second allegation of physical abuse against a different boy that same summer in Bonner Springs, KS.”I have a feeling nothing is an isolated incident,” Doe said. “I think that this individual has done this many times and harmed a lot of people.”According to the Boy Scout file, it wasn until 1991 that the organization decided to put Doe alleged attacker in their “ineligible file,” prohibiting him ever volunteering again.”Do you think the Boy Scouts allowing him to stay on enabled him to victimize more children?” Kiesling asked.”I sure it did,” Doe replied. “I think he purposely sought out a position where he could be around people like this, and it was really troublesome to learn he did this for another 12 years.”The release of the perversion file and the possibility of other victims is what have Doe coming forward now. He has hired attorneys Tobi Bitner and Jamie Brun to see if he can sue the Boy Scouts in civil court for what he believes was a cover up of widespread sexual abuse.”In reviewing of that file, you can see parents reached out and were practically begging the Boy Scouts to assist them in stopping this person from injuring children,” Bitner said. “However, even though those parents were reaching out and utilizing every tool they knew how at that time they did not receive any assistance.”
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