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For the love of a poppy seed bagel, she may have lost a new jobTHIS JUST IN.

October 19, 1994By DAN RODRICKS

Could a craving for poppy seed bagels cost someone a job? There’s a strong possibility that happened to a 34 year old Baltimore woman who recently applied for a position as a pediatric nurse practitioner at an inner city community health center.

Two weeks ago, she was offered the job on condition she submit to a drug test. Three hours later, she gave a urine sample. A week later, the test turned up positive for morphine, and the nurse was devastated. “I don’t do drugs,” she says. “I have been a nurse for 12 years. I worked at Georgetown University Hospital, University of Maryland Hospital and Hopkins as a medical research nurse. I went back to school to become a nurse practitioner and I had hoped to start off as one with this job.”

Her prospective employer won’t cut her a break, won’t allow her a second urinalysis and won’t consider the possibility that the nurse’s love for poppy seed bagels might have betrayed her.

I know, I know. This sounds like a lot of poppycock. But this nurse definitely had consumed poppy seeds within 24 hours of the test and there’s scientific evidence to support her claim that traces of an opioid derived from poppy seeds could show up in a drug test.

“I don’t allow myself too many pleasures,” the nurse says. “But one of them is, between 10 and 11 o’clock, two or three times a week especially when I’m studying the lean corned beef and provolone on a poppy seed bagel from Sam Noah’s on Cold Spring Lane.”

On Oct. 10, after being informed that her urinalysis was positive for morphine, the nurse asked the health center for reconsideration. She submitted herself to a session with a physician, who examined her arms for evidence of intravenous drug use he found none and asked several questions about her use of over the counter medications (nothing there, either). Then, the nurse remembered an article she had read in a professional journal linking poppy seeds, which are commonly used in baking, to drug testing. She mentioned it to the doctor, who dismissed the possibility. The nurse was disqualified from consideration for employment with the health center. “And I had turned down other jobs because of this one,” she says.

What’s the story here? Could this nurse be the victim of a bagel?

“Oh, yes, it’s possible,
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” says Anthony Tommasello, associate professor in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Maryland and director of the Office of Substance Abuse Studies. “It has been found that two tablespoons of poppy seeds will produce a sufficient amount of opioid molecules in the body to produce a positive result on a sensitive urine test.” A few years ago, Tommasello says, a truck driver with a clean driving record tested positive for morphine and was threatened with the loss of his license until his wife mentioned to a medical review officer that her husband was fond of sandwiches made with poppy seed rolls. Journals of toxicology and forensic science have explored the effect of innocent consumption of poppy seeds on drug sampling in the workplace. You can look it up. Army based at Fort Meade, recalled a case from a decade ago in Germany. A brigade chaplain tested positive for morphine and faced court martial until his wife happened to mentioned his consumption of a German poppy seed cake the evening before his urinalysis. The chaplain was eventually exonerated. Goetzke says a laboratory study, prompted by the chaplain’s dilemma, showed subjects testing positive 24 hours after eating poppy seed cake. A study published in March in Contemporary Pediatrics reported that high morphine concentrations occasionally lasted up to 72 hours in some subjects.

Our bagel loving nurse dug up a stack of the research on this topic and offered it to her prospective employer. It didn’t change anything. She’s back hunting a job. And indignant.

“I’m all for a drug free workplace,” she says. “But this is the kind of bad situation that can result. I am guilty until I prove myself innocent, and I don’t know how to do that. . . . But I’m not going to take this lying down. I’m a valuable asset. If [the health center] is so strict that it would not consider mitigating circumstances like my references, like my character, like poppy seed bagels then I don’t want to work for them.”

Paramedic donates kidney

Here’s a laurel to Brian Britcher, a 26 year old city paramedic who gave up a kidney for his dad. He’s back on limited duty with the Fire Department. His father, Fire Capt. Francis Britcher, is recuperating at home from the transplant surgery that took place in September at University Hospital. As a donor, Brian, a fourth generation firefighter, was a “perfect match” for his father, and his decision to give up a kidney got the elder Britcher off the long waiting list for a donor. Brian’s brothers, Bill and John, are also with the department. The prognosis for their dad is good, and Brian expects to return to active duty by December.

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From police report No. 1J10482, larceny, Baltimore: “Chief Investigator, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, states that on 11 October 94 between the hours of 0015 and 0715 at 111 Penn Street,
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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.

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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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Required Inputs these are read in as TXT, XLS or MDB files:

Age Classes information identifying age classes and age class size

Disturbance Types identifies disturbance and management activities (fire, clearcut, insects, etc.)

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Yields contains projected merchantable volume (m3/ha) per stand type

Transition Rules defines the transition per stand type after a disturbance (for example, after logging a stand of Douglas fir, it is replanted with Lodgepole pine).

Disturbance Events defines disturbances to occur per stand type

CBM CFS3 outputs both graphic and tabular data. As of version 1.2, there are no spatial capabilities, but that should change with the next release (the model will be spatialised by carrying a unique per stand polygon ID though from input to output).

Difficulties or Problems for SGRC to implement model as a web tool:

Interactive CBM CFS3 as it exists now requires a large amount of interaction, even after the input files have been loaded. This includes: mapping classifiers from input files to model classifiers, forcing a simulation to run, managing results to be able to view simulation results.

Complicated with a 445 page User Guide and almost 250 pages of tutorials, it takes a little while to get up to speed on this model.

Input files while input files can apparently be in text, MS Excel or MS Access formats, CBM CFS3 can crash easily if formatting isn’t exact.

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PHILADELPHIA Carson Wentz is making progress with his injured left knee. He’s discarded crutches for a cane and still makes his way into the NovaCare Complex practice facility in south Philly next to Lincoln Financial Field each day his Philadelphia Eagles are working out.

His interactions with members of the media, though, are decidedly one way. Reporters take video of the former North Dakota State quarterback hobbling his way through the parking lot, or perhaps standing on the sidelines at practice. But Wentz isn’t doing interviews. He wants to focus on rehabilitating his knee and doesn’t want to take any attention away from the team, according to an Eagles spokesman.

Any updates on the Bismarck Century High School graduate have to come from teammates. They say Wentz is deeply involved in trying to help the Eagles prepare, working with his quarterback replacement Nick Foles and backup Nate Sudfeld.

There is a parallel that’s easy enough to see for Bison fans. When Wentz broke his wrist midway through his senior year at NDSU, he helped mentor backup Easton Stick as the Bison won eight straight games to reach the Football Championship Subdivision national title game. Wentz is now trying to help the Eagles reach the Super Bowl. They play the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in the NFC Championship.

“He’s still involved in game planning. He’s still kind of each and every week, dissecting film and kind of putting his input into the game plan,” Eagles tight end Zach Ertz said. “Obviously some things get put in and some things don’t, but the guy is still all football all the time.”

Wentz was having a Most Valuable Player caliber season before tearing a ligament in his knee in Week 14 against the Los Angeles Rams. Wentz threw for 33 touchdowns against seven interceptions in 13 games. He’d passed for nearly 3,300 yards, meaning he was likely to surpass his rookie total of 3,782 if he’d stayed healthy. Wentz total quarterback rating, as calculated by ESPN taking into account all the contributions a quarterback makes, led the NFL at 75.7. Minnesota’s Case Keenum is second at 69.5 and New England’s Tom Brady third at 67.1.

Just as important as the statistics was the dynamism and confidence Wentz brought to the Eagles offense. He was the unquestioned leader, one of the best players in the NFL and the franchise QB Philadelphia so sorely lacked since the Donovan McNabb years. Wentz was selected to the Pro Bowl, despite the injury.

“He’s done such an amazing job in his two years in the NFL of continuing to create this atmosphere, and obviously going out there and making electric plays, but really just making everyone believe,” Foles said.

So Foles’ elevation to starter was not met with enthusiasm in Philadelphia. Fans were despondent and the tough Philly media were predicting the team’s demise without Wentz.

It hasn’t always been pretty, but Foles has played well enough particularly in the second half of a 15 10 victory in the divisional playoff game over Atlanta to help the Eagles within one victory of the team’s first Super Bowl since 2004.

Foles acknowledges Wentz’s role in getting the Eagles into the playoffs on the field and says Wentz has continued to help after the injury.

“He’s still around and I love having him around,” Foles said. “When we’re watching film, when I’m in the game and I go to the sidelines, just talking to him, seeing what he sees.”

Foles is a veteran, a third round pick of the Eagles in 2012 out of Arizona. He was a Pro Bowler under former coach Andy Reid in 2013. The Eagles traded him to the then St. Louis Rams in 2015 and, after the Rams drafted Jared Goff No. 1 overall (one spot ahead of Wentz) in 2016, Foles requested a trade and was dealt to Kansas City. He returned to the Eagles as a free agent before this season to backup Wentz.

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VEAZIE, Maine Four years after the Veazie Dam was removed as part of a massive effort that paved the way for the return of Atlantic Salmon and other species of sea run fish, the land associated with it finally has been transferred to the town of Veazie for use as a riverside park.

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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Astronomers found a rich molecular reservoir in the heart of an active star forming galaxy with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). Among eight clouds identified at the center of the galaxy NGC 253, one exhibits very complex chemical composition, while in the other clouds many signals are missing. This chemical richness and diversity shed light on the nature of the baby boom galaxy.

Ryo Ando, a graduate student of the University of Tokyo, and his colleagues observed the galaxy NGC 253 and for the first time, they resolved the locations of star formation in this galaxy down to the scale of a molecular cloud, which is a star formation site with a size of about 30 light years. As a result, they identified eight massive, dusty clouds aligned along the center of the galaxy. “To my surprise, the gas clouds have a strong chemical individuality despite their similarity in size and mass.”

Different molecules emit radio waves at different frequencies. Using this feature, the team investigated the chemical composition of the distant clouds by analyzing the radio signals precisely. They identified signals from various molecules including formaldehyde (H2CO), hydrogen cyanide (HCN), and many organic molecules.

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Many “molecular forests” have been found in our Milky Way Galaxy, but this is the first example outside the Milky Way. Researchers assume that the molecular jungle is an aggregate of dense and warm cocoons around bright baby stars. The cocoon gas is heated from inside by hundreds of young stars and a myriad of chemical reactions is driven to form various molecules.

The starburst galaxy NGC 253 and the radio spectra obtained with ALMA. ALMA detected radio signals from 19 different molecules at the center of this galaxy. Credit: ESO/J. Emerson/VISTA, ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), Ando et al. Acknowledgment: Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit

Interestingly, the number of chemical signals is different in different clouds. For example, another cloud among the eight has a very sparse chemical composition, even though it is located within dozens of light years of the chemically rich cloud. Such a diverse nature of star forming clouds has never been seen before and could be a key to understanding the starburst process in this galaxy.

NGC 253 is a prototypical active star forming galaxy, or starburst galaxy. It is located 11 million light years away in the constellation Sculptor. Starburst, or baby boom, galaxies have been the major drivers of star formation and galaxy evolution throughout the whole history of the Universe. Therefore it is crucial to understand what exactly is going on in the heart of such galaxies.

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These observation results were published as Ando et al. “Diverse nuclear star forming activities in the heart of NGC 253 resolved with 10 pc scale ALMA images” in the Astrophysical Journal in November 2017. National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) of Japan in cooperation with the Republic of Chile. ALMA is funded by ESO on behalf of its Member States, by NSF in cooperation with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and the National Science Council of Taiwan (NSC) and by NINS in cooperation with the Academia Sinica (AS) in Taiwan and the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI).

ALMA construction and operations are led by ESO on behalf of its Member States; by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), managed by Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI), on behalf of North America; and by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) on behalf of East Asia. The Joint ALMA Observatory (JAO) provides the unified leadership and management of the construction, commissioning and operation of ALMA.
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This summer, if England make a mess of the World Cup and exit at an early stage, one of the first reasons given for our ineptitude will be that we don’t have a winter break and our players are exhausted and broken by the physical rigours of the league. I have to admit to being cynical about this, preferring to blame not being good enough at football instead.

And maybe in June it all makes sense that we should have a two or three week break like Germany. But, think about it. Can you imagine how we’d all feel now if there was no football until mid January? It’d be appalling. Life would feel it was not being lived to the full.

And true fans of the game in this country look forward to this time of year like no other. It has a special quality and to imagine it not existing is impossible. I will happily take England failure in the summer if it means we keep festive season football.

Because, if you’re one of those people, like me, who doesn’t have kids and doesn’t really connect to Christmas and is always vaguely happy when it’s all over, this is a strange time of year. I can never work out what is going on and why.

The whole celebration of the birth of Jesus thing, I get. But I don’t see how that relates to buying 2000 worth of presents from Argos and eating sausage at a German fair and worrying that you’ve not bought your Auntie Sandra something. In fact, I don’t see why it requires giving each other gifts at all. And who the hell is Santa and what has he got to do with anything?

It’s supposed to be a religious festival but unless your religion is Argos, it’s largely a secular gig these days. Also wishing people a happy Christmas, is weird. I want people to have a happy life not just for a couple of days in December. What does it all mean? I have no idea. So I withdraw from all this competitive shopping and gift buying and it’s only really the football that makes the whole shebang bearable.

I know I’m not alone in feeling like this because for as long as I can remember, the Boxing Day crowds were always the biggest of the season. Even last season the Premier League was at 97.2% capacity for Boxing Day. At my own club, Middlesbrough, our record attendances at both Ayresome Park and The Riverside came on the 27th and 28th December.

That’s not for no reason. More people go to see a game on Boxing Day or the day after, purely as an excuse to get out of the house and away from the simmering familial tensions and weeping children. The pressure to have a good time is so great at Christmas, that if you’re not having a good time, it feels like you’re letting everyone down. This builds up even more pressure on you psychologically and soon you’re going stir crazy and considering inserting a yuletide log into an annoying relation.

Death rates are evidently higher on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day than at any other point in the year, brought on by stress, overindulgence and by losing the will to live in the face of receiving another Christmas jumper. More divorces are initiated in January than at any other time of the year too, as people realise they can’t stand being in the same house together for a mere two days consecutively.

Football offers a blessed relief. Of course, there used to be games on Christmas Day and Boxing Day too, until the 1957/58 season, usually against the same club, which was some kind of madness, especially if Plymouth were playing Carlisle.

By the time you build in a couple of pre and post match drinks, you can have occupied five hours of your Boxing Day and this can be the difference between a happy New Year and a conviction for GBH via the aforementioned yuletide log.

While clubs might complain about the stresses of playing so many games in a short space of time, this is to totally misunderstand the important roles such rituals play in our lives. Boxing Day fixtures are a bookmark in the year. They are part of routines established over generations and these should not be lightly dismissed just because you’re worried a player might get a tweak. This should be the one time of the year where clubs and players stop thinking of themselves and start thinking of us.

The winter break, should it be deemed necessary, would be better off being in late January, anyway. That’s always when we tend to get the worst weather and at the end of January we don’t need to have a break from Christmas insanity. By then everyone is regretting what they spent and consumed and everyone who didn’t is feeling smug and saying told you so is the best argument for not having a winter break at this time of year and no amount of tournament humiliation in the summer will make me believe otherwise.
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Three children were beaten, forced to eat dog feces and locked in the closets of a Maryland home for months, Maryland State Police said.

The children ages 8, 9 and 10 were assaulted with electronic control device and beaten by two women using belts and extension cords, police said.

Amanda R. Wright, 29, and her girlfriend, Besline Joseph, 25 were arrested Wednesday at their home in Mardela Springs, Maryland, and charged with multiple counts of child abuse.

Investigators said the women mostly kept the children confined to closets or the basement of their home. They also threatened the children with death if they told anyone about the abuse, police said.

Police were led to the home by a tip of suspected child abuse.

The children,
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who had bloody noses, bruises and cuts when officers found them, had been eating a diet of bread, oatmeal and water for at least six months, police said.

Both women are facing at least four counts of child abuse and two assault charges, police said.

They were also charged with stalking, use of a dangerous weapon with intent to injure, false imprisonment and one count each of causing ingestion of a bodily fluid, officials said.

The women remained at the Wicomico County Detention Center on Thursday. Information about their legal representation was not immediately available.

Police declined to describe the relationships between the children and women.

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Brian Bonsall, 28, faces new third degree assault charges in connection with the Saturday incident and failure to appear charges in connection with a 2007 assault on his girlfriend.Bonsall, who most notably starred as Michael J. Fox’s little brother Andy Keaton on the 1980s TV series “Family Ties,” lived in Boulder for several years graduating from Boulder High in 2000 before leaving town and skipping a court hearing in 2008. Bonsall also starred in “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in the 1990s. Saturday at his friend’s home at 1121 11th St. in Boulder. According to an arrest report, officers had been called to the apartment three times that night about “fighting in one of the upstairs units” before they arrested Bonsall on suspicion of hitting his friend, Micheal Trujillo, 26, in the face with a part from a broken stool.Trujillo told officers that he and Bonsall were arguing when Bonsall picked up a stool, broke it over a stair railing and hit him five to six times in the face. Neighbors reported hearing the fight, and one woman said she saw Bonsall apparently choking Trujillo in the hallway, according to police.When paramedics arrived at the scene, they stabilized Trujillo using a backboard and a neck brace and took him to Boulder Community Hospital. Trujillo, when reached at home Monday, told the Camera that he’s recovering from a concussion and didn’t want to comment about what happened.”I’m not big with the media, and he’s my best friend,
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” Trujillo said.Bonsall told investigators that both he and Trujillo had been drinking “a lot” that night, and he didn’t remember what happened.”Bonsall then said that he and Trujillo both are bipolar and like drugs,” according to the report.In the 2007 case, police said he poured alcohol in his girlfriend’s face as she slept and threw her into a bed when she tried to leave their apartment. He pleaded guilty to third degree assault and was sentenced to two years of probation. Bonsall never showed up for that hearing, and the former child star had been wanted by Boulder police ever since.Font ResizeReturn to TopWe reserve the right to remove any comment that violates our ground rules, is spammy, NSFW, defamatory, rude, reckless to the community, etc.We expect everyone to be respectful of other commenters. It’s fine to have differences of opinion, but there’s no need to act like a jerk.Use your own words (don’t copy and paste from elsewhere), be honest and don’t pretend to be someone (or something) you’re not.Our commenting section is self policing, so if you see a comment that violates our ground rules, flag it (mouse over to the far right of the commenter’s name until you see the flag symbol and click that), then we’ll review it.
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Outlook: The Hornets saw a much improved year in 2016, thanks to a 5 game winning streak in the heart of the season and a win over DeKalb to open the season the first time Angola has beaten DeKalb since 2013. While Angola finished second in the Big Division and averaged 30.4 points per game in a high scoring conference, the Hornets graduated the majority of their offensive linemen this offseason. All conference quarterback Chance Roddy returns after throwing for 1,400 yards and 17 touchdowns with just one interception.

Outlook: Garrett returns nearly its entire defense as seniors, but the Railroaders lose nearly all of their skilled offensive players to graduation, including 3 year starting quarterback Tanner Burns (Indiana Wesleyan). Burns was a significant piece to Chris DePew’s success at Garrett, as the quarterback racked up a career 29 9 record and an 8 3 record in the postseason. His top target WANE TV Fab 15 selection Ben Purdy (Trine) graduated, too, as did stalwarts Noah Sattison (Trine) and Garrett Sutton (Marian). The Railroaders reached the Class 3A Semi State round before losing to the eventual state champion Fort Wayne Concordia. Two way starter Cam Smith rushed for over 2,000 yards last year with 27 touchdowns while Noah Follett will take over at quarterback. But the offensive line didn’t appear to be the issue for the Lakers last season. They averaged a conference best 34.8 points per game, but allowed the second most points per game. After losing dynamic running back Eli Wallace (St. Francis), quarterback Erik Mellinger and several other players who could play both sides of the ball, Thompson will need to figure out a way to improve his defense while also maintaining his offensive production without his biggest playmakers. Lawton Yoder and Nolan Issacs will be expected to carry more of the load in the offensive backfield.

2017 Opener: Aug. Monte Mawhorter and his squad are poised for more improvements in 2017, as well, returning all but a handful of starters from the 2016 team. Quarterback Chance Wroblewski returns among the 16 starters back. Chase Stoner and Nick Mora will be counted on to help lead on both sides of the football.

2017 Opener: Aug. West Noble

Outlook: Since long time Central Noble coach Trevor Tipton’s departure in 2009, the Cougars have been on a coaching carousel that’s landed on Greg Moe as the third coach in seven seasons. Moe finished with just two victories after the program lost many of its best players to graduation. The good news for the Cougars though, is that they return the majority of their most impactful players in fact, Moe tells us the Cougars return all 22 starters. Aside from running back Tyler Hawk and dynamic receiver Sam Bortner, Central Noble will put its quarterback, Jacob Trowbridge, back onto the field in 2017.

2017 Opener: Aug. Whitko

Outlook: Former Churubusco coach Lee Etzler hadn’t recorded a losing season since 2004. Now, Paul Sade has taken the baton and carried on the tradition of winning ways. In Sade’s four seasons as head coach, the Eagles have gone 29 15, including a deep, 3 round run into 2016’s sectional tournament. Only one of Churubusco’s losses came within two points or less, and the Eagles finally saw a surge in offensive production guiding them to the largest point differential in the NECC. Graduation really took a toll on the defense, but if Sade’s emphasis on defense prevails, the Eagles could make a run at Eastside for a Small Division title. Garrett Horn carried the load last year with 1,695 yards and 18 TDs and will be counted on to do so again now that he healthy after an injury forced him to miss the basketball team. Quarterback Tom Richards also returns after starting last year as a sophomore.

2017 Opener: Aug. All of those winning streaks happened under former Eastside coach Mike Eshbach though, with Eshbach gone to Wawasee. Now, Todd Mason will take over at his alma mater as the new head coach of a program that’s won the Small Division title in each of the last three seasons. While he have to replace all conference players like quarterback Connor Dove, running back Keezan Jarrard, and all state tight end Jacob Thompson, the cupboard is far from bare. Receiver Aaron Dean returns after hauling in 54 receptions for 944 yards and 12 TDs as a junior, while senior Caleb Ballentine is poised to take over at QB after racking up over 400 yards as a receiver last fall.

2017 Opener: Aug. Southern Wells

Outlook: When Jim Hummer took over the Fremont program in 2014, it appeared that the Eagles were going for steady improvement 0 10 in 2014, 2 8 in 2015. Three years later though, and the best record Fremont has been able to conjure is 2 7 in 2016. Last season featured plenty of youth at vital positions, like defensive back and defensive line. With only a few Eagles graduated since 2016, including quarterback Nick LaRose, leadership and experience will be key for Fremont to find success in a high scoring conference.

2017 Opener: Aug. Garrett

Outlook: In the last three seasons, Prairie Heights has won one game. Former head coach Eric Heiney won that one game in his first season in 2014 on his way to a 1 19 record in two seasons. Just four weeks before the 2016 summer began, new coach Mike Lazusky resigned and Patrick McCrea was hired to coach the Panthers, a season which would end winless. As of now, McCrea is set to take on his first full season as head coach, where he will attempt to improve every facet of a football team that finished with an average of 7.8 points scored per game and 48.6 points allowed per game. Having one of the NECC top tight ends in Cole Harmes certainly helps, and sophomore Ethan Hoover is expected to see significant time at quarterback. Expect Codey Shafer and Seth Metcalf to guide this team in the trenches.

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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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Two days ago, a group of anti Left Front intellectuals, including filmmaker Aparna Sen and theatre personalities Kaushik Sen and Shaonli Mitra, had visited Lalgarh, just about 200km west of state capital Kolkata, and called for a ceasefire after holding discussions with people and groups active in the former rebel held enclave where the state had virtually abdicated its role to hundreds of Maoist extremists.

Security forces, which began their operations six days ago and have succeeded in establishing control over Lalgarh, Tuesday intensified patrolling in view of the 48 hour shutdown called by the Communist Party of India Maoist and continued sanitising the area.

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A police source said a full scale march to Ramgarh, 22 km from here, where the Maoists had torched a police camp and driven out the civil and military administration earlier this month will begin after the reinforcements arrive.

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“The operations (in Lalgarh) are continuing. Our aim now is to ensure that all roads are cleared. Then we will go to the villages situated in the remote areas away from the main roads and conduct raids,” state Inspector General of Police (Western Range) Kuldip Singh said.

“Our first priority is to clear access points, see that there are no landmines or bombs planted and also to disable the Maoists from carrying out such activities in future by sanitising and keeping vigil in the area,” he said.

Asked whether the security forces are trying to build up rapport with the villagers, Kuldip Singh said: “It doesn’t matter now. First we need to know who is a Maoist and who is not. The rapport building will come later once the places are cleared of these elements.”

After the discovery of wire and other material used to plant landmines on the Lalgarh Ramgarh route, security forces have been combing the area since Monday. The strategy is to set up a camp at Ramgarh to keep a close watch on the Maoist zone Kantapahari, which is between Lalgarh and Ramgarh.

“Once these base camps are strengthened then we will launch assault on the

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Lalgarh has been on the boil since last November when a landmine exploded on the route of the convoy of Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and then central ministers Ram Vilas Paswan and Jitin Prasada.

Complaining of police atrocities after the blast, angry tribals backed by Maoists launched an agitation virtually cutting off the area from the rest of West Midnapore district.

In recent days, the agitators have torched CPI M offices, driven away the ruling party’s supporters and forced the police to leave, thereby establishing a virtual free zone.
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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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Wears an often startling range of beige and mushroom coloured jackets, matching them with dark knitwear and trousers which look inspired by the early 90s stylings of Farah slacks. Looks likely to be a frequenter of expensive independent stores which still call themselves purveyors of ‘Quality Menswear’ just in case you were worried those string vests and Y Fronts were for women.

Jackets are big on shoulder pads and made from the sort of quality fabric that would survive a nuclear explosion. The basic look he favours is Builder At A Wedding or Dad At The Golf Club, bought from an upmarket version of Greenwoods.

Now 48 (where did the years go?) he’s showing pleasing signs of substantial thickening of frame. So much so that those who have not seen him recently tend to pause, look at the TV, as though seeing a ghost, and say “Is that Paul Ince’s dad?” Head and neck are now impressively the same width. Suspicion abounds that he’s still hoping to get another year out of his wedding suit. Hair not showing the slightest signs of greying. All in all a pleasingly unreconstructed male.

The rough, tough Essex street kid isn’t ever far away from Incey’s vocab. are and are as they so often seem to be in the Essex tongue. are usually dropped. ‘World’ is ‘weld’ and ‘father’ is ‘farver’. Creative use of tenses in sentences like ‘If it weren’t for John Lyall, I wouldn’t be the player what I was in fast bursts, eyes flicking from side to side as he does so, almost as though someone, just off camera, is jabbing a finger at him and making a throat cutting gesture and he’s trying to work out how to get away with taking a kicking.

For a man who legendarily was known as the Guv’nor, this nervous, distracted fiddling and restless eyes betray a man far too on edge to be Guv’nor ish. Rather, he seems quite insecure and vulnerable. For some reason, it’s easy to imagine him crying.

Always a good talker and never short of a word or two, he’s definitely more articulate than many who get a lot of more pundit gigs. But then, I’m not sure he really wants to be a studio animal, at least not yet. Has recently appeared on TV quite a bit, as though reminding potential suitors that he’s still got something to offer. Seems like he’d prefer to wear the gaffer’s over sized padded coat on match days.

Has had a go at the old management game with mixed results, to say the least. Once banned from the touchline at Blackpool for an impressive outburst at the officials which was inevitably coined ‘a foul mouthed rant’ by the papers. Involved use of the excellent expression your busy fker of a fourth? And knock you fing out you ct A five game stadium ban ensued, though Paul reckoned he’d never called him a ct and it was very harsh and anyway, he was only pushing him in the chest avoid a real possibility of a one to one confrontation Who amongst us has not pushed someone in the chest in order to avoid confronting them?

In the studio, he’s a ball of nervous energy, always tugging at his jacket, almost subconsciously, as though constantly remembering his mother’s words to sit up straight and look smart at all times. Seems constantly distracted by the thoughts in his head or is hallucinating insects crawling just under his skin.

Has a really lovely infectious laugh, and an engaging, genuine smile, which is quite at odds with the narked, hard eyed fury sometimes seen in his playing and managerial career.

Now an ‘advisor’ at Derby County, whatever that means.

Recently seems to have taken the decline of Manchester United as a personal insult and is always quite quick to refer to his England career, as though it was incredibly successful rather than a trophyless failure. Legendarily a bit of a Big Time Charlie, but then, given he played for three huge clubs and Middlesbrough, that’s not surprising. But his patchy managerial career should have rather knocked the BCB out of him by now.

The fact he rates Stig Inge Bjrnebye as “maybe the best I ever played with, because he had the inner drive, the ability to question himself, the ability to work hard all the time. He was not the greatest talent, but he had something that many of the others lacked: guts, suggests a fondness for heart over bright lights.

Was always a divisive character as a player and his habit of looking back on his England career as though it was littered with glory is a little grating. But then, bleeding copiously from a head wound whilst on foreign soil is one of English football’s greatest traditions.

However, the pundit’s chair is a more forgiving place and my social media research has revealed much enjoyment of his contributions, less so for their insight and more for his ability to relate a good anecdote about Fergie, or to have good vibes with other pundits. Recent performance on BT Sport alongside Steve McMananman revealed a man with a quick eye for a joke and some quality push me pull you bantersaurusing.

Approved. No question. Here’s your gold card and key to the executive wash room (abandoned Portaloo), Paul. The harking back to Fergie days and being turned from a boy into a man by the Scotsman, is top rank work. Box to box work horse. Bleeding for England from the head. Lovely. Persecuted manager who was never given enough time by stupid chairmen. Yes. All PFM quality. Refers to all ex team mates by applying a Y or an O to their names as every PFM should.

The sort of physical specimen that you couldn’t knock down with a wrecking ball. Hmm, very good. Nicely turned out but without being fashionable or in any way poofish. Smashing. Barely suppressed rage and the emphasis on guts over anything else, all marks him out as top, top PFM material, as does being England’s first black captain but not making a major political issue out of it because, as all PFMs know, sport and politics don’t mix, no offence.

Effortlessly passes the ‘not like Olivier Giroud’ test essential for any PFM gold card.

Wearing non poncy clothes that may or may not be made out of asbestos is also a classic PFM marker, as is doing promo for an online poker company in a polo shirt festooned with a cheap vinyl logo.

Also has good form lumping together everyone from anywhere else. Every PFM knows that all foreigners are essentially the same and share the same culture, and are happy to say so with statements like this.

“We are too obsessed with foreign managers. Because we have an influx of so many foreign players the owners think the best way is to bring in foreign coaches because they understand the culture of foreign players. paranoia. Seems to think Glenn was a good manager. Very PFM that, as was playing under Terry Venables and drinking in Scribes and in the dentists chair too. All definitive behaviour back when everything was great, not like now.

Yes yes yes, we like you Incey. Come on son, Reidy has got a new blend of Spirytus Polish 192 proof vodka, Peyote and Comfort fabric softener; you drink it, wait five seconds and then hit yourself in the face with a hammer. Sorts the men from the boys, the alive from the dead doesn’t it Deano? Deano?! He’s passed out, boys, quick Teddy, get the gimp mask, straight jacket and the cherry picker.

Seems to have a long and happy marriage so is unlikely to be papped coming out of Top Beaver on the Wirral at 4.27am with Miss Mechanically Reclaimed Meat Body of the Year, 1985. However, a session of broken shopping trolley racing, preferably in a canal based location, seems likely to offer an attractive evening post club entertainment, as do various escapades with itching powder, fleas and other such team bonding tortures, as befits anyone who played with Gazza for England. No night out complete without a manly pushing session which quickly degenerates into a mutually violent assault. We never meant nothin’ by it officer, I only hit him because he’s my bestest mate and I love him, not like that though, obviously, ‘cos I’m wearing my best slacks.
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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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Doug Ford is tired of just talk about the Ring of Fire.

If the former Toronto city councillor becomes the next leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives, and his party wins the June election, he vows to money into infrastructure to access the substantial chromite deposit in the James Bay lowlands. They keep talking about it, but no one’s doing anything, said Ford before speaking at Algoma’s Water Tower Inn on Saturday. billions of dollars in the North that have to be mined. My dad had a favourite saying, ‘You have a gold mine, now you have to learn how to mine the gold.’ We have a gold mine. We know how to mine it. We just have to make sure we have access to it.

But Ford won’t say just what he’ll do to help develop the Ring of Fire until he does a item by line item review of the province’s finances if his party defeats the governing Liberals.

Ford is also keen to axe Ontario’s cap and trade carbon pricing scheme that launched in January 2017. He calls the Liberal program absolute job killer right across the board. lot of countries don’t have the carbon tax. I just want a fair and balanced playing field. I want to make sure we have the advantage over our counterparts south of the border. We’re going to give every incentive we can for companies to open up.

His stop in the Sault, part of a one day Northern Ontario swing that also included appearances in Timmins and Thunder Bay, follows American President Donald Trump’s plans to slap a 25 per cent tariff on imported steels. Sault Ste. Marie’s largest employer is Algoma, a steelmaker for more than a century.

Saying he’ll (Trump) on any day, Ford wants American states to realize their communities that supply raw materials, such as ore, to Canadian steel mills will be hurt by the president’s decision. He wants trade policies benefit both sides of the border.

He spoke for nearly an hour to an audience of about 40. going to be incentive, incentive, incentive and reduced taxes across the board.

During his speech, Ford said when the province’s residents go to the polls in June it will be most critical election in Ontario.

He wants grassroots people to be in power, not group of insiders.

Ford vows to cut government spending by at least 4 per cent, or about $5.6 billion based on a $141 billion budget.

Ford wants parents to have more say in what is taught in sex education in schools.

Current curriculum, he says, Liberal ideology that this premier is trying to ram down and indoctrinate our children.
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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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