Outgoing Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson reflects on 10 years in office

first_imgVANCOUVER – After 10 years leading British Columbia’s largest city, Gregor Robertson is preparing to step away from the helm.Whatever the outgoing mayor set out to achieve for Vancouver has largely been overshadowed by his role piloting the city through some of its greatest trials.Sitting in the ceremonial room where he has hosted countless meetings, Robertson said he’s comfortable with any lens people choose to view his performance.“Collectively we’ve achieved a lot of great successes. But generally in politics and particularly being the mayor, you end up being in the blame game for when things do go wrong. And when there are global challenges, like affordability, that are hitting every big city in the world and hitting us particularly hard, people want to blame me for that,” Robertson, 54, said.“That’s OK, I can handle it.”A decade ago, Robertson had a clear vision for achievement: Make Vancouver the greenest city in the world by 2020, end homelessness by 2015, increase affordable housing and strengthen the economy.In fact, Robertson and his council managed to achieve, or at least make dents in, many of those goals.The unemployment rate is among the lowest in the country at 4.5 per cent. Robertson said more than half of residents use transportation other than cars, an objective that he said was reached five years ahead of schedule in 2015.Gordon Price, who was a Vancouver councillor for six terms and is the former director for The City Program at Simon Fraser University, said when a political promise is checked off the list it doesn’t often come with gold stars from voters.“In a sense, when you were elected to do something and you actually do it, the big response is ‘yawn,’ ” Price said.What Robertson didn’t anticipate was the scale of multiple crises that would knock some of Vancouver’s most vulnerable down and change the very character of the city.The year he took office, the global economic recession hit. Four years ago, people began dying from overdoses in unprecedented numbers. In the last decade, rising property values made the city unaffordable for many.Each presented an obstacle, taken together, they have overwhelmed the city, Robertson said.“People are dying in unprecedented numbers, that’s been really difficult. You know the bigger, longer crisis of affordable housing was decades in the making and then we got walloped with the biggest influx of global capital really that any city had seen all at once.”Political scientist David Moscrop, who recently left B.C. for the department of communications at the University of Ottawa, said Robertson promised too much in certain areas like homelessness.In 2018, the number of Vancouverites facing homelessness was pegged at 2,181, over 1,500 were living in shelters or other centres and 659 were living on the street. In 2010, just over 1,700 homeless were counted in the city.Moscrop said it’s unfair to put all of the blame for such problems on local governments when they require a co-ordinated response from their provincial and federal counterparts.On balance, Moscrop said Robertson did “fine” and given the challenges, he’s not sure anyone could have done better.“I think he’s about as good as he could be within the context he was operating,” Moscrop said.Moscrop predicted another tough few years for the city.“I don’t think there’s any doubt he’s leaving it in worse shape than he found it. But I’m not convinced the next mayor will necessarily be able to address these problems either,” he said.However, Moscrop said the next council will have the benefit of working with other levels of government that are now “willing to play ball.”Financially, Robertson said Vancouver is in better shape than its ever been.Rental housing accounted for more than half of the developments approved this year, he said, compared with 10 years ago when it made up five per cent of the supply.“The new council and mayor, they’re going to have to keep going. This is going to take years,” Robertson said.The city also has a history of “bouncing back,” he said, pointing to the way the community came together to clean up after the Stanley Cup riots in 2011.“I think as a city we’ve gotten a lot more resilient and closer in terms of dealing with these challenges.”As for what’s on the horizon, Robertson plans to take his first long vacation in about 20 years this winter.“I’m ready for a break from politics,” he said. “Basically, I won’t be responsible for the city anymore so I need to transition out of that mindset and open my eyes to what I want to do next.”last_img read more

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University of Winnipeg Lung Association looking for TB patients from the past

first_imgBrittany HobsonAPTN NewsA new project was launched this week in Winnipeg that is trying to identify patients who had tuberculosis (TB) and were sent to hospitals in Manitoba and the doctors who treated them.For decades Indigenous people living with tuberculosis were sent to so-called Indian hospitals or sanatoriums across Canada.Many children there faced the similar abuse experienced in residential schools.The Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis Photo Project is a collaboration between the University of Winnipeg and the Manitoba Lung Association, formerly known as the Sanatorium Board of Manitoba.The team is tasked with identifying patients and doctors from a series of approximately 150 photos donated by the Manitoba Lung Association.“Our number one goal is to share the photos back to patients and back to communities,” said Erin Millions, a post-doctoral fellow at the U of W and one of the leads on the project.“A lot of academic research projects aren’t designed to put the needs of the communities first and our goal is to respond to community requests and give those photos back.”Don Courchene’s older brother Leonard was sent to a hospital for TB.Now he’s flipping through a photobook filled with unidentified toddlers in cribs and children in matching pajamas with the hope of finding him.Find more information here on Facebook and TwitterCourchene remembers the day Leonard was taken from their family home is Sagkeeng First Nation.It happened in the early 60s when Courchene was a young child.“One day you’re living together and then the next day he’s gone and we don’t know where he’s gone,” said Courchene.Leonard was in his early teens when he was sent to a sanatorium in Manitoba.It would be years before Leonard returned home.“It’s a lost feeling like where are they gone? You don’t see them anymore,” said Courchene.Courchene took some time to scan the photos while on a short break.While he didn’t find his brother, he said he would be back to finish viewing the rest of the photos.The project set up a booth a block away from the second National Elders Gathering in Winnipeg with hopes of reaching a wide audience.The project was originally supposed to be a social media campaign but Millions said this changed with direction from the university’s Indigenous Advisory Council.“Indigenous ex-patients, their families, their descendants and communities are sort of clamouring for this sort of engagement with them about these histories of Indigenous health history,” she said.A class action lawsuit was launched by survivors against the federal government in 2018.Millions said hearing some of the stories from survivors has been ‘heartbreaking.’“These are kids who were sent away for medical treatment. We know that in the hospitals and sanatoriums, as in residential schools, it was underfunded, it was underpaid, patients received sub par treatment. There was abuse,” she said.Millions hopes to take the photos to other communities in Manitoba.In the meantime, the group will be posting photos on their Facebook and Twitter pages.bhobson@aptn.ca@bhobs22last_img read more

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ANRT Orders Moroccan Telecom Companies to Fully Restore VoIP

Rabat – Skype, Whatsapp and Viber – immensely popular VoIP services that have been banned in Morocco for almost a year – have been fully restored, according to anonymous sources who spoke to Le360.The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT) sent letters to Maroc Telecom, INWI and Meditel on Thursday ordering them to allow Internet calling services to be functional again.News of VoIP’s return to Morocco comes three days before the United Nations Convention of the Parties 22 (COP22) conference starts in Marrakesh. Two weeks ago, ANRT’s former director, Azeddine El Mountassir Billah, was dismissed from his position without prior notice under unclear circumstances.The regulator is current facing a lawsuit by a Moroccan citizen who claims the ban directly harmed him economically and personally. ANRT argues that consumers do not have the right to sue the agency because the users have not signed a contract with the government entity, as Moroccan telecom firms have.The ban met fierce resistance from Moroccans living abroad when it was implemented in January. Over ten thousand citizens signed a petition calling on Head of Government Abdelilah Bekirane to lift the blockage.Moroccan parents with dual citizenship in Western countries posted pictures that showed their children holding letters with a request to King Mohammed VI to intervene in ANRT’s decision.A study by the American Center for Technological Innovation at the Brooking Institution last month revealed that the Morocco economy has lost $320 million as a direct result of the VoIP ban. read more

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Further sporadic human cases of bird flu can be expected in Asian

With the number of human bird flu cases in Viet Nam since mid-December now reaching 10, nine of them fatal, the United Nations health agency has warned that further sporadic cases and occasional family clusters can be expected considering the current spread of outbreaks in poultry in some Asian countries.Experience to date indicates that possible human-to-human transmission has occurred mainly during prolonged close contact of a family member with a patient who was critically ill with the H5 virus subtype, which earlier last year infected 45 people, 32 of them fatally, and resulted in the deaths or culling of more than 100 million birds, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.WHO has warned several times over the past year of the potential evolution of the virus into a human pandemic which, in a worst-case scenario, could have devastatingly deadly consequences.The agency said Viet Nam’s Health Ministry yesterday reported the two latest laboratory confirmed cases, both fatal, in the southern part of the country.A family cluster of three brothers, two of whom died, in northern Viet Nam has been the focus of intense investigation. The source of infection of the two who died remains undetermined, while the third, who provided bedside care for his brothers, was hospitalized with respiratory symptoms and has now fully recovered.Surveillance for further cases among health care workers, other family members and residents in both communities where the brothers lived has so far found no evidence of additional cases. If limited human-to-human transmission has occurred, all evidence at this stage suggests that the chain of transmission ended after a single person was infected, WHO said.The agency has already warned that cooler winter temperatures and activities linked to the approach of the Lunar New Year in February may increase the risk of further human cases.Last year it voiced concern several times that continuing transmission of the virus to humans might give avian and influenza viruses an opportunity to exchange genes, potentially giving rise to a new human virus with pandemic potential. The so-called Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-20 is estimated to have killed 20 million people worldwide. read more

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UN agencies scale up work in Bangladesh as Rohingya refugee crisis enters

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released $1.5 million from its contingency fund to deploy additional staff and resources to combat a rapidly spreading outbreak of diphtheria among Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar. The disease has killed 21, with more than 1,500 probable cases reported.“The Rohingya refugees are an extremely vulnerable population, with low routine vaccination coverage,” said Roderico Ofrin, Regional Emergency Director, WHO South-East Asia Regional Office. “The funds released will be crucial to sustaining our efforts until we receive more support from donors for this response.”For 2018, the health sector will request additional funding to help 1.2 million people living in refugee camps and temporary settlements.Meanwhile, according to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), people are continuing to arrive in Bangladesh from Myanmar.However, the agency reports that the pace of the influx has now slowed, with estimated average arrival rates having dropped from 745 per day in November to 100 per day so far this month. In a UNHCR-supported quick assessment survey, refugees expressed numerous worries, including feeling unsafe at night given weak shelters and a lack of lighting, and concerns about general safety. Access to sanitation is still insufficient, leading sometimes to long queues for latrines. Women and girls are anxious about the shortage of private bathing spaces, forcing some to wash outside their shelters in the early morning hours. The survey also found that some children have to walk longer distances to fetch water and bring firewood. Parents and children want access to education and more safe places for children to play.Health services are also a wide concern. Increased mental health support for those who have witnessed the killings or suffered torture or rape remains crucially needed. Refugees cite continued feelings of depression and rejection, especially among the elderly and disabled. Many young people are worried about their uncertain future.Some refugees said that irregular food distributions and long queues had meant going hungry for days. Drawing upon the findings of this latest assessment, UNHCR will further refine and reinforce its protection and assistance. read more

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Driver in hit and run carries Police constable on bonnet before

A search is presently ongoing for the driver of a silver/grey motor vehicle bearing licence plates PTT 7447, who reportedly committed a “hit and run” on a police constable on Monday afternoon while in the vicinity of Regent and King Streets, Georgetown.The injured constable has been identified as Dominique Johnson who is attached to the Brickdam Police Station’s traffic department.Based on police information, the incident occurred at about 12:00hrs.According to Johnson, at the time mentioned, he was performing traffic duties in uniform at the intersection while the implicated vehicle was proceeding north on the western side of King street.The said vehicle was reportedly directed to stop by the Constable and as such, it did.However, as the rank was in the process of walking towards the motorcar, the driver allegedly drove off at a fast rate of speed, hitting Johnson, who reportedly fell onto the bonnet of the car.At that time, the driver then continued in a northern direction of the Street with Johnson still on the bonnet, and turned west on to North Road, causing the constable to fall onto the northern parapet of the road.The vehicle then drove away.INews understands that the rank, who sustained visible injuries about his body, was picked up by public spirited persons in a conscious state and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation where he was treated for his injuries and subsequently discharged.This online publication was also informed that the information regarding the owner and driver of the implicated vehicle was gathered from the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) and an arrest is expected to be made soon. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPolice Constable crushed by truck while on dutyJuly 6, 2015In “Crime”Minibus driver alleges police harassment; charged with resisting arrest & assaulting traffic rankNovember 14, 2013In “Crime”Plumber accused of shooting at Police with unlicenced gun, ammo remandedApril 23, 2018In “Court” read more

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DENMARK 2015 Montenegro without Petrović and Bulatović

The Olympic finalists and European gold medal winners from Serbia 2012, Montenegro, will be without two important players at World Championship which will start on December 5 in Denmark. Playmaker Andjela Bulatović and right wing Radmila Petrović (mononucleosis) won’t be able to help their team-mates to improve their only average record at World Championships.Despite two medals in 2012 and semi-final at Women’s EHF EURO 2014, Montenegro lost two times at eight-finals at WCh 2011 and WCh 2013.Montenegro will compete in Group A in Herning alongside Denmark, Serbia, Hungary, Tunisia and Japan. Andjela BulatovicmONTENEGRORadmila PetrovićWCh 2015 Denmark ← Previous Story The end of 2015 for Diego Simonet Next Story → Rhein Neckar Lowen are back on winning track!

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Bracing for the pain

first_imgWith Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey tipped to announce the harshest economic plan in a decade, people are worried. The “end of the age of entitlement” and “budget emergency” have been the preferred phrases to describe the reason for a radical surgery of the Australian economy – with precious little anaesthetic on hand to relieve the pain.“Debt per head has actually been much higher in the past… so it’s not really something we should be worried about.” Andrew KorlosThe preamble that came from the Commission of Audit put on the table a menu of unpalatable items; paying additional fees to see a GP, raising the pension age, and lifting the bar for welfare benefits. It’s not a recipe that appeals to any Australian. But traditional migrant communities may have more reason than most to challenge the assumptions that underlie what will be announced on Tuesday – particularly the Greek community with its rapidly ageing population and culturally specific needs.To get a sense of the unease, felt not by those at the sharpest end of the economic scale, but by entrepreneural, employed, achievers – people non-aligned directly to any political party, I spent an hour in Oakleigh and met two of its residents: Toula Kourelis is the owner of a small hospitality business on Eaton Street, and Andrew Korlos – a young corporate lawyer. Andrew (25), who majored in ‘econometrics’ (the application of mathematics and computer science to economic data) when studying for his economics degree, questions the government’s description of an economy in crisis. “Looking at the numbers, government spending is actually not that high,” says Andrew.“What’s happening is that tax revenues have taken a big hit over the past four years, and unemployment has been creeping up. When you have low revenue your budget gets into a worse position.”“Debt per head has actually been much higher in the past. In the early 1990s it was much higher, so it’s not really something we should be worried about.” One of the biggest concerns for the former Oakleigh Grammar student is the deficit levy – the temporary tax increase on those earning more than $150,000, which is already locked into the budget plan.“From an economic policy perspective, it’s bad policy, because it’s pro-cyclical – which in non-economist speech, means that when you have a deficit,” says Korlos, “the last thing you want to do is pull back on spending and consumption”.Andrew – who offers his time as a volunteer at the Australian Greek Welfare Society – says that the assumptions of the Commission of Audit – “a who’s who of the Business Council of Australia”, are fundamentally flawed, and with so much reportedly hanging on their pronouncements, he warns the budget’s likely to not only be painful, but counterproductive.“Based on the the announcement of the deficit levy, I think that’ll make everybody worse off,” he says, adding that suggested changes to Medicare and welfare reforms such as increasing the pension age and changing the indexing of pensions – are “entirely regressive”.Toula Kourelis, mother of three young children and owner of 5Five Bakehouse Kitchen in the Eaton Street mall, agrees.Asked to share her main concerns, Ms Kourelis says the government’s reported plans for changing Medicare – including the Commission of Audit’s recommendation for all patients to make extra Medicare payments of $15 – are the most disturbing.“I’m one of the fortunate ones who could probably afford to take my children to the doctor still, if appointments became more expensive, but there’s a lot of families out there who don’t have that ability,” says Toula.“Getting more revenue through healthcare is wrong,” she adds. Toula believes the budget could also spell problems for her business if the government’s sums affect consumer sentiment.Having launched her upmarket Oakleigh cafe only recently, any downturn would hit her and other local businesses hard.Despite Tony Abbott’s rhetoric that the budget will divide the pain equally, Toula believes low-income earners will suffer the most.“If people are short-changed, it’s going to affect businesses like mine because we’re in a predominantly working class area. “People might still have cash in their pockets, but they’ll be scared to spend it,” she says, adding that increasing the pension age is particularly unjust. “When someone has been working from a young age, and looking forward to retiring at the age of 65, and then being asked to work an extra five years, it’s going to take a toll on their bodies. “They’ll be going to doctors, paying the extra charges, so it’s all connected.”The Abbott government’s austerity measures are aimed at the greater good, but the question is, who will be left behind on this hard road to fix the nation’s economic future? Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Amérique du Nord les espèces de poissons deau douce bien plus nombreuses

first_imgAmérique du Nord : les espèces de poissons d’eau douce bien plus nombreuses qu’évaluéesUne équipe de scientifiques révèlent dans une étude parue en juin que plus du quart des espèces de poissons du Canada et des États-Unis n’auraient pas été correctement décrites. Ainsi, les écosystèmes aquatiques nord-américains abriteraient beaucoup plus d’espèces aquatiques qu’on le croyait. Selon une étude parue le 28 juin dernier dans les Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, aux Etats-Unis, les poissons d’eau douce situés dans les écosystèmes nord-américains sont beaucoup plus variés qu’on ne le croyait jusqu’alors. Les données publiées par Julien April et Louis Bernatchez, du Département de biologie, et leurs collègues Richard Mayden et Robert Hanner, révèlent que le nombre d’espèces de poissons d’eau douce, qui s’établit présentement à 902 au Canada et aux États-Unis, pourrait être en réalité 28% plus élevé.C’est après avoir étudié des spécimens de 752 espèces conservées dans des musées que les chercheurs sont arrivés à cette étonnante conclusion. En effet, l’identité de ces poissons avait été établie par des experts sur la base de caractères uniquement morphologiques. Les chercheurs ont donc choisi de faire la même chose mais en utilisant le degré de similitude d’une séquence d’ADN mitochondrial comme critère de regroupement. À lire aussiL’impressionnant repas d’un héron surpris en pleine natureLe résultat indique alors que si dans 90% des cas l’identification était correcte, la copie est à revoir pour 10% des espèces restantes. “Il y a une biodiversité cachée qui n’avait pas été détectée lors de l’examen à l’œil nu des poissons”, constate le professeur Bernatchez. “Il pourrait y avoir 347 espèces là où on croyait en avoir 138”, rapporte techno-science.net.L’isolement géographique en cause Les chercheurs indiquent qu’il s’agit surtout de poissons qui possèdent une grande aire de répartition et dont les populations sont isolées géographiquement depuis très longtemps. Cet isolement a favorisé les adaptations locales, l’accumulation de différences génétiques et la divergence des populations. Le professeur Bernatchez explique que “cette situation est plus courante dans le sud des États-Unis où l’isolement géographique dure depuis très longtemps, jusqu’à 15 millions d’années dans certains cas. Au Canada, les glaciations récurrentes ont effacé l’accumulation de différences entre populations”.Le 1 octobre 2011 à 16:24 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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SEC Filing Reveals Performance Details at QuadGraphics World Color

first_imgWhile World Color’s profit losses narrowed last year, the company still reported a net loss of $154 million, according to the filing. Operating revenues in 2009 declined 23.5 percent to $3.07 billion. It was the biggest revenue drop-off across the five-year period.In 2008, the company reported $462 million in net losses on $4.01 billion in sales. The profit slide was most severe in 2007, when World Color reported a net loss of $1.88 billion. Operating revenues that year were $4.65 billion, down only about 8 percent compared to 2006.As of the five-month period ended December 31, 2009, World Color carried $486 million in long-term debt, the filing said.Formally called Quebecor World, World Color filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Canada and the U.S. in early 2008 and emerged with the new name last July. World Color’s board of directors approved Quad’s acquisition offer in January.Under Debt, Quad Moves Toward Acquisition Like World Color, Quad also has seen a profit decline since 2007—just not nearly as dramatic. Last year, Quad reported an operating income of $112.4 million and $1.78 billion in net sales. Between 2005 and 2008, the company reported its highest revenues in 2008 at $2.26 billion and its highest profits in 2007 at $246.7 million.Profits aside, Quad in the filing indicated that it carries significantly more long-term debt (including capital lease obligations) than World Color, reported at $765.5 million. Combined, both companies carry approximately $1.25 billion in long-term debt.The companies are expected to hold a special meeting of World Color shareholders to vote on the acquisition arrangement. A Quad spokesperson told FOLIO:  the scheduling of that meeting is dependent on the SEC declaring the preliminary registration statement effective. SEE ALSO: Quad Offers Realistic, Promising Outlook on Magazine Trend In a preliminary registration statement filed recently with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Sussex, Wisconsin-based Quad/Graphics outlined the details surrounding its proposed stock exchange acquisition of fellow printer World Color, as well as its intention to become a publicly-traded company following the deal’s completion.In addition to offering insight into the workings of the acquisition (Quad/Graphics shareholders would own a 60 percent stake in the combined company while World Color shareholders would take a 40 percent stake), the document provides a five-year perspective on the financial performances of both companies, illustrating the staggering profit losses reported by World Color during the final three years of that period. last_img read more

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S Korea surveys families interested for reunions in N korea

first_imgPeople watch a TV broadcasting a news report on the upcoming summit between the US and North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, 11 June 2018. South Korea has started surveying South Koreans who would be willing to meet their war-separated relatives in North Korea. Photo: ReutersSouth Korea has started surveying South Koreans who would be willing to meet their war-separated relatives in North Korea for temporary reunions planned between the rivals as a reconciliatory measure.Seoul’s Unification Ministry said Monday the surveys conducted through home visits, phone calls and letters will continue through 10 August.South Korea has lobbied hard for Tuesday’s summit between US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un over the future of Kim’s nuclear program.Seoul says improved inter-Korean relations are important because North Korea wouldn’t be willing to give up its nuclear weapons unless it feels its security has been assured. Kim’s meeting with Trump comes after Kim’s recent meetings with South Korean president Moon Jae-in.The Koreas plan to hold military talks Thursday to reduce tension across their heavily armed border.last_img read more

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After Second Davis Mistrial SAO Says Will Reassess

first_imgBy Stephen Janis, Special to the AFROA seemingly endless legal quagmire that has resulted in three separate murder trials for Baltimore resident Keith Davis, again ended without resolution this week after a jury failed to return a verdict and a judge declared a mistrial in the killing of Kevin Jones.The latest effort by prosecutors to convict Davis of gunning down Jones in 2015 was again punctuated with twist and turns, including new surveillance video that Davis’ defense said pointed to an alternate yet-to-be identified suspect.Youtube Screenshot (Courtesy Photo/Baltimore BLOC)The video shows a man walking towards the murder scene while placing a makeshift mask over his face. The defense argued the person captured in the footage is not Davis. Meanwhile, a detective testified during the trial that the video was not relevant to the case.“I do believe it is exculpatory,” Latoya Francis-Williams, Davis’ attorney told the AFRO.“And it is more than concerning that the lead detective would testify he saw the video and thought there was no evidentiary value,” she added.The video is one of a myriad of reasons Francis-Williams says the state should not try the case again that alleges Davis shot Jones 11 times in June of 2015 during a robbery.“This has been draining emotionally, financially and physically,” she said. “Sadly, it is a strategy for the state to wear someone down.”Prosecutors allege Davis shot Jones while he was working as a security guard at Pimlico Racetrack. Police eventually cornered Davis at a nearby garage where he was shot by an officer.They continue to point to forensic evidence as key to their case. Davis’ fingerprints were found on the gun used to shoot Jones. Cell phone tracking records placed him in the vicinity of the parking lot where Jones was shot during the time the murder occurred.“We are committed to obtaining justice for the victim in this case so we will reassess and make a determination about the next steps soon,” State’s Attorney Spokesperson Melba Sanders wrote in an email.But the case has also been marked by controversial evidence and judicial intervention from the onset.In the second trial after a jury returned a guilty verdict Judge Lynn Stewart Mays granted a motion for a new trial shortly after the defense challenged the veracity of key witness testimony.That witness, David Gutierrez, testified that Davis took credit for the slaying Jones during several conversations in jail.But the defense argued in a motion for a new trial he was unreliable because he failed to disclose his connection to a drug related murder in Texas. The motion also argued it would have been impossible for the conversation to occur because Gutierrez and Davis were assigned to different cell blocks.“They were not even in the same building they were never on the same tier, they could not have been in the same cell,” Francis-Williams, told the AFRO shortly after the judge’s decision to grant a new trial.In court filings after the second trial, prosecutors argue that Gutierrez was not only a credible witness, but interacted with Davis while selling him alcohol from his cell; during which Gutierrez claims the conversations he recounted occurred.last_img read more

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Pale Moon 2790 is out

first_imgPale Moon 27.9.0 is out by Martin Brinkmann on April 18, 2018 in Internet – Last Update: April 19, 2018 – 21 commentsThe Pale Moon team released an update for the stable version of the web browser yesterday that brings the version to 27.9.0. The new version is available through the web browser’s automatic update functionality and as a standalone download.Pale Moon 27.9.0 is the last major development release of the 27.9.x branch. The development team plans to provide security and stability updates for the browser for the foreseeable future but will focus development resources on the upcoming Pale Moon 28.The latest version of the web browser is mostly a stability release that fixes several issues that some users of Pale Moon experienced in previous releases of the web browser.Pale Moon 27.9The team announced plans some time ago to migrate users from using the old Pale Moon sync server to the new sync server. Pale Moon 27.9.0 changes the sync server preference to the new server address.We will be retiring the old pmsync.palemoon.net Sync server address shortly to remove the need for us to maintain a security certificate for it; this preference migration should automatically put everyone on the correct server address (pmsync.palemoon.org) when upgrading.You can check which server address sync is set to use in the following way:Load about:config using Pale Moon’s address bar.Confirm that you will be careful.Search for services.sync.serverURL and services.sync.statusURLCheck the value of both preferences.Pale Moon 27.9.0 comes with another beneficial feature for users who have set the browser to restore the previous browsing session on start. The change speeds up startup and prevents the homepage from being loaded when restoring sessions. Let us know in the comments if you see a noticeable improvement in this version over previous versions of the browser.The new Pale Moon version fixes “a number of spec compliance issues” in the media subsystem, adds a “trailing slash to referrers” which fixes web compatibility issues, improves memory allocation on Windows, and enables the use of “Skia for canvas on Linux and OSX”.Pale Moon users who use Emoji functionality will notice that the team switched the embedded font from using EmojiOne (which is no longer free) to Twemoji and extended support to Unicode 10 emoji.I suggest you check out the full release notes to read about all other fixes and improvements in the new browser release.Now You: What’s your impression of the new Pale Moon release?SummaryArticle NamePale Moon 27.9.0 is outDescriptionThe Pale Moon team released an update for the stable version of the web browser yesterday that brings the version to 27.9.0. The new version is available through the web browser’s automatic update functionality and as a standalone download.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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Carestream Showcasing Latest Technologies Philosophies at AHRA Annual Conference

first_imgVideo Player is loading.Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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