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Image inside Jul 21 - Fugitive back in custody after 14 years on the run

By phantomnation - 16 hours ago

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- A New Mexico man who fled sex abuse and kidnapping charges 14 years ago returned to the state Saturday following his capture in Nepal, the FBI said.

Neil Stammer, 47, arrived in the afternoon at the Albuquerque International Sunport, FBI spokesman Frank Fisher said.

Stammer will be booked on outstanding warrants at the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center, according to Albuquerque police.

The owner of a local magic shop and a juggler, Stammer was arrested in 1999 on allegations of criminal sexual penetration of a minor, kidnapping, intimidation of a witness, battery and criminal sexual contact of a minor. Stammer was allowed to bond out before his arraignment, authorities said.

The former Albuquerque resident already had an arrest warrant for failing to appear at his arraignment. A federal arrest warrant was issued in June 2000 for Stammer for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, authorities said.

The FBI and investigators from multiple jurisdictions used investigative photos to determine that Stammer had used a fraudulent passport to enter Nepal, Fisher said. He briefly escaped prison in Katmandu but was recaptured by Nepal authorities.

Stammer had been living there since 2006 under a different name.

He is expected to face state charges.

Source: AOL

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Jul 21 - Jury selection in Theodore Wafer's murder trial set to begin Monday

By Ham Rove - 16 hours ago


Jury selection is set to begin Monday in the trial of Theodore Wafer, 55, who is charged with shooting and killing an unarmed 19-year-old Detroit woman on his front porch.

Wafer shot Renisha McBride in the head with a shotgun at his suburban Detroit home in November, after the inebriated teenager pounded on his door in the middle of the night.

Prosecutors believe McBride was seeking help from Wafer after crashing into a parked car some blocks away. The defense argues Wafer feared for his life and acted in self-defense when he shot her. Wafer has been charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter. According to the Associated Press, he faces life in prison if convicted.

The defense is reportedly working to paint McBride as aggressive and violent. According to the Detroit Free Press, the judge has ruled against allowing the jury to see McBrideÂ’s cellphone photos or text messages at the time of trial, which the defense wanted to support their claims. The jury will likely hear testimony about crime in Detroit, and the Dearborn Heights suburb where McBride was shot.

“If Ms. McBride had stayed at the scene of her car crash, where help was on the way, Mr. Wafer would never have been put in the situation … to use deadly force to protect himself,” defense attorney Cheryl Carpenter said, the Associated Press reports.

The prosecution plans to argue that the use of deadly force was unnecessary. “Someone who claims lawful self-defense must have an honest and reasonable — not honest or reasonable — belief of imminent death or imminent great bodily harm,” Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said, when she filed charges.

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Jul 21 - 200 pairs of panties stolen at east Georgia mall

By phantomnation - 16 hours ago

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Authorities are investigating the theft of 200 pairs of panties at an east Georgia shopping mall.

Richmond County sheriff's officials say a thief stole the panties from Victoria's Secret in Augusta Mall shortly before noon Saturday.

The Augusta Chronicle ( ) reports that security video shows a male entering the store and stuffing the underwear into a large shopping bag. Authorities say he left without paying for the merchandise, valued at $1,900.

Source: AP

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Image inside Jul 21 - Cut off in traffic, 83-yr old FLA man goes on gun rampage until stopped by a drawbridge

By RAZAH CUTS - 17 hours ago


An elderly Florida man was charged with attempted murder after opening fire Friday afternoon on another driver.

Police said 83-year-old Mario Perez-Tano was stopped at a traffic light in downtown Miami when another driver pulled in front of his Volkswagen Beetle.

Perez-Tano blocked in the other vehicle as it pulled out of a tire shop and got out of his car to confront the driver with a .38-caliber handgun, authorities said.

Police said Perez-Tano fired one gunshot at the other carÂ’s tire and then another shot into the driverÂ’s side window.

The other driver, Miguel Garcia, was not shot and quickly sped away.

But Perez-Tano got back into his car and pursued Garcia, police said.

Both drivers were stopped by a drawbridge, and police arrested Perez-Tano there.

Garcia was treated at the scene for minor injuries, authorities said.

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Jul 21 - Mideast Conflict: Palestinian Death Toll In Gaza Fighting Tops 500

By RAZAH CUTS - 17 hours ago


GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The top Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip signaled Monday that the Islamic militant group will not agree to an unconditional cease-fire with Israel, while Israel's defense minister pledged to keep fighting "as long as necessary" — raising new doubt about the highest-level mediation mission in two weeks.

U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry were heading to Cairo on Monday to try to end the deadliest conflict between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers in just over five years.

Meanwhile, cross-border fighting continued unabated, with Israeli strikes leaving entire families buried under rubble and Hamas militants firing more than 50 rockets and trying to sneak into Israel through two tunnels, the latest in a series of such attempts.

For the second day in a row, the daily Palestinian death toll surpassed 100 on Monday, pushing the total number killed since the new round of fighting began on July 8 to at least 566, Palestinian officials said, adding that some 3,350 have been wounded.

Seven Israeli soldiers also were killed Monday in clashes with Palestinian militants, the Israeli military said. That raised the overall Israeli death toll to 27, including two civilians. The Israeli military said four soldiers were killed in a firefight with Hamas fighters trying to sneak into Israel through a tunnel, and that the other three were killed in battles in Gaza.

Mounting casualties on both sides have led international officials to step up diplomatic efforts to end the worst bout of fighting between the two sides since 2009.

On Monday, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his belief that Israel has the right to defend itself against rockets being launched by Hamas into Israel. Yet he contended that Israel's military action in Gaza had already done "significant damage" to the Hamas terrorist infrastructure and said he doesn't want to see more civilians getting killed.

Israeli fighter planes struck homes and a high-rise tower in Gaza, in at least four cases burying more than two or more members of a single family under the rubble, said Ashraf al-Kidra, a Palestinian health official. Eleven people were killed and 30 wounded in an airstrike on the Gaza City tower, which has 40 apartments, the officials said.

Also, rescuers going through the wreckage of a house targeted late Sunday retrieved 28 bodies in the town of Khan Younis, including at least 24 from the Abu Jamea family, according to al-Kidra and a local human rights group.

"Doesn't this indicate that Israel is ruthless?" said family member Sabri Abu Jamea. "Are we the liars? The evidence is here in the morgue refrigerators. The evidence is in the refrigerators."

Israeli tank shells also hit the Al Aqsa Hospital in the central town of Deir el-Balah, killing at least four people and wounding 60, al-Kidra said.

A doctor at the hospital, Fayez Zidane, said the third and fourth floors and the reception area were damaged, and patients were evacuated to the lower flowers.

The Israeli military said an initial investigation suggests that anti-tank missiles were stored near the hospital and that the cache was successfully targeted. "Civilian casualties are a tragic inevitability of the brutal and systematic exploitation of homes, hospitals and mosques in Gaza," the army said.

The military has consistently said it makes great efforts to minimize civilian casualties but Hamas puts Gazans in danger by hiding weapons and fighters in residential areas.

In fighting, the Israeli military said 10 Hamas infiltrators trying to sneak in through the tunnels were killed after being detected and targeted by Israeli aircraft.

Hamas also fired 50 more rockets at Israel, including two at Tel Aviv, causing no injuries or damage. Since the start of the Israeli operation, Hamas has fired almost 2,000 rockets at Israel.

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said the Gaza military operation would have no time limit.

"If needed we will recruit more reservists in order to continue the operation as long as necessary until the completion of the task and the return of the quiet in the whole of Israel especially from the threat of the Gaza Strip," Yaalon told a parliamentary committee.

Israel accepted an Egyptian call for an unconditional cease-fire last week, but resumed its military operation after Hamas rejected the proposal.

Hamas says that before halting fire, it wants guarantees that Israel and Egypt will significantly ease a seven-year border blockade of Gaza.

Ismail Haniyeh, the top Hamas leader in Gaza, signaled Monday that his group is sticking to its position.

He said the aim of the battle is to break the 7-year-old blockade of the Palestinian territory, which was imposed by Israel and Egypt after Hamas overran Gaza in 2007. Over the past year, Egypt has further tightened restrictions, driving Hamas into a deep financial crisis.

Haniyeh said in a televised speech that "we cannot go back, we cannot go back to the silent death" of the blockade.

He said all of Gaza's 1.7 million residents shared this demand.

"Gaza has decided to end the blockade by its blood and by its courage," he said. "This siege, this unjust siege, must be lifted."

Kerry left Washington early Monday for Cairo, where he will join diplomatic efforts to resume a truce that had been agreed to in November 2012. He was expected to urge the militant Palestinian group to accept an Egyptian-offered cease-fire agreement.

Cairo's cease-fire plan is backed by the U.S. and Israel. But Hamas has rejected the Egyptian plan and is relying on governments in Qatar and Turkey for an alternative proposal. Qatar and Turkey have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, which is also linked to Hamas but banned in Egypt.

Hamas remains deeply suspicious of the motives of the Egyptian government, which has banned the Muslim Brotherhood, a region-wide to which Hamas also belongs.

Israel invaded Gaza late last week, preceded by a 10-day air campaign. Air and artillery strikes have targeted Gaza's border areas in an attempt to destroy tunnels and rocket launchers.

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Jul 21 - detroit water shut offs delayed for 15 days

By messy marv stan - 17 hours ago

yet detroit politicians continue to use the issue for political gain :floydcmonson:

Members of The People's Water Board Coalition protest Detroit's water shut-offs in Detroit on Friday. The shut-offs have sparked massive outrage in the community

The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department is suspending water shut-offs for 15 days starting Monday.
The department is facing criticism worldwide for mass shutoffs that have turned off water to 17,000 customers since March, but department spokesman Bill Johnson said the move is not a concession in the high-profile political fight.

“This is a pause. This is not a moratorium,” Johnson said. “We are pausing to give an opportunity to customers who have trouble paying their bills to come in and make arrangements with us. We want to make sure we haven’t missed any truly needy people.”
The water shut-off campaign has followed years of lax enforcement. Critics from the singer Cher to the United Nations have condemned it, calling access to water a basic human right.
The water department isnÂ’t backing down, Johnson said Monday.

He said half of the customers whose water was cut off never made arrangements to get it turned back on, leading officials to believe they were using the service illegally. So during the 15-day pause, the department is informing “shutoff crews to more aggressively turn off illegal use.”

Roughly half of DetroitÂ’s water customers are delinquent and could face shutoffs.

Johnson said 89,000 customers owe about $91 million. Detroit had 176,879 active residential water accounts as of June 30. Thousands of those had water restored within 48 hours after paying their overdue bills or getting into a payment program. The department had cut off service to more than 2,000 residential accounts in the first two weeks of July.

The department on Monday morning informed U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes of the suspension. Last week, the judge overseeing DetroitÂ’s municipal bankruptcy said the cutoffs give the city a bad reputation and are a distraction.

DWSD Deputy Director Darryl Latimer said Monday the department will use the 15-day grace period to better communicate with customers about options for payment plans and financial assistance for those with a hardship.

“We want to ensure everyone has access to water, that they’re current or on their way to getting current on any overdue amounts,” Latimer told Rhodes.

Rhodes said he was pleased with the water departmentÂ’s new plan for dealing with water shut-offs, but said he couldnÂ’t comment on the new litigation filed against the city Monday.
Rhodes called the issue a “solvable problem” last week when he asked Latimer last week to return and give more options on reducing the shut-offs. On Monday, he thanked Latimer for his efforts.

“Obviously you, Mr. Latimer and your staff and department put a lot of effort into the presentation and the plan it represents,” Rhodes said. “It is not this courts role or function to rule on or even further address the adequacy of this. I can only say it does address the concerns I raised last week.”

Alice Jennings, attorneys for the plaintiffs who sued Detroit and DWSD over the water shutoffs, said the departmentÂ’s 15-day stop in shutoffs wonÂ’t get her clients to reconsider legal action within the jurisdiction of the bankruptcy court.

“What the department did is not adequate,” Jennings said late Monday morning outside the federal courthouse.

Jennings said DWSDÂ’s aggressive shutoffs are designed to help lure a private company to Detroit to either buy or operate the sprawling metropolitan water system.

“It’s our position that the payments are being taken off the backs of the poor customers to make it look like we’re a candidate to be privatized or sold,” Jennings said.

Calling the shutoffs a “health crisis,” Jennings said the department should have sent employees door-to-door of homes with delinquent water accounts and assessed whether the residents could actually afford their overdue bills.

“They never did the hard work that it took and instead they just willy-nilly started turning off water,” Jennings said.

Detroit's City Council recently approved a rate increase of 8.7 percent. The increase not only covers the bills of city rate payers, but also the costs associated with individuals who are not paying or are gaming the system.

Latimer has said part of the problem was the department in the past didnÂ’t act consistently shutting off water to customers who didnÂ’t pay their bill. Last summer, the department began an aggressive campaign in cutting off water to those more than 60 days late or $150 behind in their bills. The average residential delinquency is $540, Latimer said. The average monthly household bill is about $75.

On Monday, Latimer said the department would work with clergy and grass-roots organizations in getting out the word on how residents who are behind on their bills can get help.

Residents behind on their water bills can choose a plan that typically involves paying 30 percent of the outstanding bill and then the remainder — while keeping current on the present bill — over as long as 36 months.

This month, the department announced a Detroit Residential Water Assistance Program with $1 million in funding to help customers who can't afford water. It is financed by a voluntary 50-cent surcharge the department has collected for several years.

The department also refers those with financial troubles to aid organizations at the county and state levels, including the Department of Human Services and The Heat and Warmth Fund, Latimer said. The department will host a “water affordability fair” at the department’s east side service center on Aug. 2

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Jul 21 - TX Gov. Perry sending National Guard troops to border

By RAZAH CUTS - 17 hours ago


Texas Gov. Rick Perry will immediately send up to 1,000 National Guard troops to help secure the southern border, where tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America have crossed into the United States this year in a surge that is deemed a humanitarian crisis.

Perry also wants President Barack Obama and Congress to hire an additional 3,000 border patrol agents for the Texas border, which would eventually replace the temporary guard forces.
"I will not stand idly by," Perry said in Austin Monday, announcing what he called Operation Strong Safety. "The price of inaction is too high."

Perry's state has received the majority of migrant children, especially in the Rio Grande region, and he has repeatedly called on the federal government to beef up border security.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the White House has not yet received the formal communication required for Perry to deploy guard troops.

But he said if Perry follows through, he hopes those forces would be coordinated "with the significant ongoing efforts already in place."

The Rio Grande sector, where most of the immigrant children are turning themselves into the border patrol, has a large number of agents but it is also the largest crossing.

It currently has 3,000 border patrol agents covering 320 miles of land and 250 miles of water, which equates to 5.4 agents per mile. The Tucson sector, for instance, has approximately 15.7 agents per mile.

Both Perry and Obama have the authority to deploy National Guard troops, but whoever authorizes it has to pay for it. The deployment at Perry's direction means Texas will have to pick up the price tag of $12 million per month.

One border sheriff, Omar Lucio of Cameron County, said he is skeptical of Perry's plan.
"At this time, a lot of people do things for political reasons. I don't know that it helps," he told the Dallas Morning News.

Conservatives largely point to border security as their top immigration priority and Perry has been an outspoken proponent of securing the border since the influx of immigrants began.
Is the immigration crisis Rick Perry's second act?

The potential 2016 presidential candidate previewed his plan in Iowa over the weekend in a television interview while campaigning for Republican candidates.

He has used the issue to remake his image on immigration. His previous White House campaign was crippled partly because of a law he signed giving children of undocumented immigrants in-state college tuition.

Obama asked for $3.7 billion in emergency funds to address the influx of young immigrants, which hasn't gained much traction in Congress. It includes money to fortify the border.
The House and Senate are working on their own plan, which includes a controversial proposal to change a law that prohibits the youth, mostly from El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, from being immediately deported.

The Obama administration questioned Perry's motives since many of the minors are not trying to evade the border patrol but are turning themselves in after crossing the border.

But Perry said the guard will be "force multipliers," helping Customs and Border Protection agents both on the ground and in the air to catch the 80% of people crossing the border who aren't children and to combat cartel and trafficking crime.

"You cannot have (national security) without border security," Perry said.

While the number of unaccompanied youth crossing the border has doubled to nearly 60,000 in the past year, the total number of undocumented immigrants has mostly declined. About 1 million people have been caught crossing the border nearly every year between 1983 until 2006, but that number has dropped to about 400,000 in 2013.

At the same time, resources for border security have steadily increased: More than 18,000 agents patrolled the border in 2013 compared to 10,000 a decade ago.

And the amount spent on border security has more than doubled. The Customs and Border Patrol budget jumped from $5 billion in 2002 to $12.4 billion this year.

The issue has hit a national nerve. Protests have erupted along the border with activists demanding immediate deportation. Counter protests have also erupted, pointing out that many of the migrants are said to have fled violence at home.

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Image inside Jul 21 - Netflix has topped 50 million streaming subscribers for the first time

By RAZAH CUTS - 17 hours ago


Netflix surpassed 50 million subscribers to its streaming video service as the company kept up its torrid growth last quarter.
At the end of June, Netflix had 36.2 million streaming subscribers in the US (up 16% from the previous quarter) and 13.8 million in the rest of the world (up 9%). Including the DVD business, Netflix reported a total of 56.3 million subscribers worldwide.

The subscriber growth continued despite a recent price increase—$1 a month in the US and similar amounts elsewhere—and stiff competition from the World Cup on traditional television. In fact, Netflix suggested that purchases of new TV sets to watch soccer had given the company a tangential boost. “The percentage of viewing from smart TVs in Latin America is higher than any other region we serve,” Netflix wrote in a letter to shareholders (pdf).
The new subscribers helped contribute to a profit of $71 million in the second quarter, up 145% from a year prior and beating most analystsÂ’ expectations.

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Jul 21 - Obama and Putin today went to battle over what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight 17

By RAZAH CUTS - 17 hours ago


With an investigation hobbled for the fourth day, efforts to get to the bottom of the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 has turned into a high-level battle of dueling narratives.
A visibly exasperated US president Barack Obama accused pro-Russian separatists of attempting to conceal evidence, and said Russian president Vladimir Putin bears “direct responsibility” to get them to cooperate.
“What exactly are they trying to hide?” Obama asked in a statement he read at the White House this morning. Obama repeated prior assertions that Russia had armed the separatists with heavy arms that include anti-aircraft weapons. The US says, for instance, that some 150 truckloads of material, including tanks, artillery, and rocket launchers, went from Russia to the separatists last weekend. The US has also said that preliminary evidence points to the separatists as the probable culprit in the downing of the airliner with a surface-to-air missile.
But Putin’s government also held a news conference today, in which it denied that Russia had supplied the separatists with a BUK missile system “or any other weapons,” and suggested that the Ukrainian government is the prime suspect in the crash. Air Force Lieutenant General Igor Makushev said that Russian radar detected the presence of Ukrainian fighter jets close to the Malaysian flight, suggesting that one of them may have shot down the airliner.
“Russian air space control systems detected a Ukrainian Air Force plane, presumably an SU-25 (fighter jet), scrambling in the direction of the Malaysian Boeing,” Makushev said, quoted by Reuters. “The distance of the SU-25 plane from the Boeing was from 3 to 5 kilometres (2 to 3 miles).”
Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper is the first to impose new penalties against Russia in response to the crash. He said today that Canada will impose unspecified sanctions against “a broad range of entities.” “The outrageous and criminal act of shooting down a civilian airliner last week is a direct product of Russia’s military aggression and illegal occupation of Ukraine, and demonstrates the need for the international community to continue applying pressure on the Putin regime,” he said in a statement.
European foreign ministers are to meet in Brussels tomorrow to discuss the crash and possible harsher EU sanctions against Russia. Prior to the crash, Italy and Germany had been the primary votes for holding off on new sanctions, but public horror over the crash and the treatment of bodies at the site may influence the politics.
TodayÂ’s statements out of Moscow show a Putin undaunted by the threat of sanctions, suggesting that he still thinks he can compete for control of public opinion about the crash.

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Jul 21 - Here's Just How Much It Pays To Be Conventionally Attractive

By RAZAH CUTS - 17 hours ago


We've come to expect impossible, even improbable standards of beauty to populate our magazines and our television shows. It's another thing entirely to find they've invaded our workplace.

But as a new video from Vox reveals, there are real, measurable economic benefits to being considered "conventionally attractive," and we're all affected.

Heavier women earn less. Taller people earn more. With how much symmetrical faces are rewarded among professional quarterbacks, one would think it directly affects how far they can throw the ball.

Overall, beautiful people are seen as more competent, kind and trustworthy, according to the video. Unless it's an attractive woman -- then, she might have a distinct disadvantage if applying for a "masculine" type job.

Over time, these taxes on our supposed imperfections add up, with a lifetime pay gap of $230,000 separating the "attractive" and "unattractive."

The effects are so pronounced, we're starting to wonder the going rate for each aesthetic advantage. An extra 10 cents an hour for skillfully plucked eyebrows, 15 percent pay cut for few extra pounds?

As Vox aptly notes -- is it any wonder the beauty industry has ballooned into a $160 billion business? "We're just responding to our economic incentives," the video says.

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