Following the announcement, an anonymous juror identified as “Grand Juror #1” by attorney Kevin Glogower said that the grand jury not only disagreed that certain actions taken by the police that night were justified, but that it was never given the opportunity to indict any officer for homicide.“I came out of my chair and said he just lied,” Juror #1 told VICE on how he responded to the announcement of no charges. He then filed a motion to allow the 12 jurors to speak publicly about what happened during the trial. In a rare incident of grand jury records being made public, a judge ruled that records could be released in order for jury panelists to speak publicly about the case, Daily Kos reported. Days after the motion was approved, a second juror confirmed Juror #1’s statement that charges to consider were limited.- Advertisement – Juror #2 added that he believed Kenneth Walker’s recollection of the incident (Walker, who was Taylor’s boyfriend, said the police did not knock or announce themselves before forcing their way into Taylor’s apartment, and that he fired his gun thinking they were intruders). “Each of the officers had a different story,” he said. “The only time when their story came together was when they said three phrases: ‘I don’t know,’ ‘I don’t remember,’ and ‘I’m not sure.’” He added that each also tapped their fingers on the desk after saying these phrases. “They had holes in their stories [and] they had holes in their holes.”While it is unclear if other jurors will also speak out about lies and inconsistencies present at the trial, both Juror #1 and Juror #2 have been consistent in their stories contradicting Cameron’s lies. Cameron initially tried to stop records from being released, then issued a statement last month claiming that the trial was conducted lawfully and he is “fine with the jurors speaking and making their position known.” As more of the trial inconsistencies become known and Cameron’s lies are exposed, we can only hope that Taylor will receive the justice she rightfully deserves. Both jurors spoke to VICE Media Wednesday to give some insight into how the trial took place; one even brought a notebook with notes taken during the trial. His notes depicted not only how he responded to the evidence presented, but how he processed it, giving a glimpse into how the jurors were thinking during the trial.“Cameron did not give a choice with this and we did not agree with anything he said,” the anonymous juror identified by VICE as Juror #2 said. “But I had my notes with me because I need for these people to understand I didn’t do this.”Looking at the notebook, VICE noted the phrase “covering up.” When asked about this, the juror explained that he felt the Public Integrity Unit present at the trial acted like defense attorneys for the police, giving them “softball questions” in addition to interpreting what they should be saying.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Love It or List It: Neale Whitaker, Andrew Winter, Erin and Tom Brown.CELEBRITY interior designer Neale Whitaker took to a Toowong couple’s recently renovated $40,000 bathroom with a sledgehammer.This is the risk participants take when they apply to be on Foxtel’s Love It or List It.BEFORE: The bathroom had been recently renovated and cost upwards of $40,000. Picture: FoxtelThe home’s owners, Erin and Tom Brown, said when they were deciding whether to apply to be on the TV show, they were aware it could cost them their beloved bathroom.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:03Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:03 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenNeale Whitaker: How to use space effectively01:03“We built a new bathroom where the old bathroom was when I was pregnant with the twins,” Erin said.“It cost us over $40,000.”… and through the wall a sledgehammer went. Picture: FoxtelBut as they feared, the bathroom had to go, as Whitaker reconfigured the whole layout of the house.BEFORE: What was previously a dressing room was to become the bathroom. Picture: FoxtelAFTER: The new main bathroom was perfect for the couple’s twin daughters. Picture: FoxtelThe bathroom became the kitchen. The kitchen became a lounge room. The lounge room became an ensuite. And a dressing room became the new bathroom.AFTER: What was previously the bathroom became the home’s kitchen and laundry. Picture: FoxtelAs it turns out, Whitaker knows his stuff and the couple were ecstatic with the result of the renovation.“We feel like we’re sleeping in this gorgeous boudoir every night,” Erin said.“I’ve personally been enjoying the bathtub.”BEFORE: The living room would be moved to the rear of the home. Picture: FoxtelMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoAFTER: The old living room became the ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Picture: FoxtelTom agreed and said they hoped they had not been “spoiled” now.“It’s like living in a hotel,” he said.“How do you go back from living in a house like that?As for whether they loved it or listed it, the couple made the decision to love the property, before backflipping shortly after the show finished filming.BEFORE: As the kitchen was shifted to the bathroom, this would become a new living room. Picture: FoxtelAFTER: The fireplace was given a new lease on life. Picture: FoxtelThe change of mind was as a result of a house co-host Andrew Winter showed them in Paddington — in the exact same street that their friends lived on.“On the final day we were really conflicted and we were contemplating doing rock, paper scissors,” Erin said.“We were one per cent leaning towards loving it, but we decided we wanted to move to Paddington.“That’s where all our friends live … and the house in Paddington was bigger which really got us thinking we will need more space as the twins grow older.”BEFORE: The old dining room, and the door to the left was the door to the old bathroom. Picture: FoxtelAFTER: Looking toward what used to be the dining room. Picture: FoxtelTune in for next week’s episode on November 28, 8.30pm on Lifestyle, to see if a New South Wales couple decide to love or list their Newport home.
MarineSpace Ltd, an environmental consultancy providing services to the marine renewables and other offshore energy and maritime industries, is looking for a new colleague (or colleagues) who will join the company as marine consultant(s).The company said that, as part of its continued expansion, it is currently seeking to employ graduate, or recent graduate (1-2 years of experience) marine ecologists to join the MarineSpace’s experienced team and to provide input to a range of projects.MarineSpace is accepting applications from candidates holding an BSc or MSc in a relevant subject, and those with practical knowledge of specific marine industry sectors in which the company provides its services would have a distinct advantage. An understanding of UK marine benthic biodiversity, technical scientific reports, and univariate and multivariate statistical analysis would be beneficial, MarineSpace said.Those interested in the position can submit their application documents via email@example.com by 09:00 on September 17.Based in MarineSpace’s Norwich or Peterborough office, the successful candidates will be required to travel to meetings at the company’s headquarters in Southampton, as well as to attend client meetings as required.Authoring of technical reports and environmental impact assessments will form the core of the responsibilities at this position, where performing general project management tasks and stakeholder engagement when required will also be part of the job.MarineSpace specialises in providing expert guidance to the marine aggregate, marine renewables, oil and gas, coastal/marine engineering and ports/harbours sectors.
Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 29, 2020 at 3:17 pm Contact Tim: firstname.lastname@example.org The stage was set for Syracuse to play its final game in the Carrier Dome against Maryland. It was 29 degrees and mostly cloudy in central New York around game time. Only the Orange were riding a bus down to College Park, Maryland instead. On Thursday night, it was announced both SU’s senior day and alumni weekend were being canceled due to “weather and travel concerns” from the Terrapins. Over the next two days, no snow accumulated in Syracuse. Still, Maryland chose not to travel. “We want to apologize for the inconvenience this causes our loyal fans, including the parents of our student-athletes and women’s lacrosse alumni,” Syracuse Athletic Director John Wildhack said in a statement on Feb. 27. So, No. 4 Syracuse (6-1) played No. 9 Maryland (1-3), 365 miles away from home. Syracuse won, 10-5, defeating the defending national champions for the first time since 2012 and the second time in school history. Senior Emily Hawryschuk led the way with five goals, including the 200th score of her career. At the start of the game, it was 34 degrees and cloudy with a wind chill that made it feel like the lower 20s. There were no broadcasters available to call the game on such short notice for the Big Ten Network. On the broadcast, the audio featured commentary provided by fans and players, with the PA announcer occasionally interjecting. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn the field in the first half, it was all Orange. Meaghan Tyrrell opened the scoring with an assist from Hawryschuk just over two minutes into the game. The goal was set up by what was the first of 13 successful clears on 13 attempts in the first period. Then it was Hawryschuk, taking a pass at the left block and then working her way closer to the crease. She faked before bouncing a shot in as she was shoved to the turf, giving SU a 2-0 lead nine minutes in. Sierra Cockerille added her 11th of the season to put the Orange up 3-0 midway through the first. Then, with just under 10 minutes to play, Hawryschuk deposited her second on the man-advantage to give Syracuse a 4-0 lead going into halftime.In the second, the Terrapins began to show signs of life, aided by unforced turnovers by the Orange. Hannah Warther scored to make it 4-1, but Tyrrell recorded her second of the game on a free-position shot to bring the lead back to four a minute later. Cockerille lost the ball on SU’s ensuing attack, and Maryland took it back to their end to set up the first of three-straight goals over the next seven minutes. After the goal, SU goalie Asa Goldstock — who had turned the ball over twice with errant passes during this UMD run — gathered her teammates together and tried to find the words to get her defensive unit to refocus. Evidently, it worked, as Syracuse allowed just one more goal over the final 19 minutes of the game. Goldstock finished with eight saves, giving her 507 for her career. She is just the second SU goalie to eclipse the 500-mark. On offense, SU was patient, keeping possession and time on their side. Hawryschuk earned a hat trick with a free-position shot then netted her 200th 2 1/2 minutes later to put SU ahead 7-5. Megan Carney provided some insurance with seven minutes to play, then junior Sam Swart knifed right through the Maryland defense to deliver the dagger and put Syracuse up 9-5 with four minutes left. Hawryschuk capped the Orange’s scoring with her fifth score to make it 10-5, and the celebration was on. A swarm of navy jerseys poured onto the field as the final whistle sounded, congratulating their teammates and their senior leaders in particular, the ones who should’ve been honored yesterday. In the first week of the season, SU senior midfielder Mary Rahal knew this senior day game was going to be “electric.” As the Orange handed Maryland its first three-game losing streak since 2006, it still was. Even though they weren’t in the Dome.
A man who damaged two cars and injured a woman during a drink-driving spree was told by a Judge that he deserved to go to jail.Kyle Boyle struck two cars, injuring a woman before hitting a stone wall in Dunfanaghy on January 15th, 2017. Falcarragh District Court heard how Boyle had been driving at speed through Portnablagh before losing control and then striking the two cars and eventually crashing.Boyle tried to phone friends but Gardai arrived and arrested him at the scene.The accused, of Eden More, Dunafanaghy, had no insurance and failed to give either a breath, blood or urine sample to Gardai.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client was in England working but accepted the charges and wanted to put them behind him.The court was told that Boyle, aged 22, has five previous convictions which were all for road traffic offences.Solicitor Gallagher said Boyle was doing well in construction in England and was now in the care and guidance of his grandfather.“He does not wish to go to jail and he has learned the hard way. He is still a young man of 22 and has learned a lot from his deeds and knows of his stupidity,” he added.Judge Paul Kelly said the crime merited a custodial sentence but said it was probably not worth making the accused do a custodial sentence.He fined him €500 and banned him from driving for four years for having no insurance, he jailed him for three months but suspended the term for two years for refusing to give a breath specimen.He also fiend him a further €500 and disqualified him for driving for two years for dangerous driving.Man who crashed into wall while drunk told he deserved to go to jail was last modified: April 18th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtcrashDunfanaghyGardaiKyle BOyle