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Mar 21 - Shocking 'Terminator-like' liquid metal developed by scientists

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| By Micheal C. Will - 2 hours ago

Scientists have developed a liquid metal that is able to stretch horizontally and vertically, as well as change shapes, much like the T-1000 robot featured in 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day.' The research highlights how liquid metals such as gallium, when mixed with nickel or iron, are able to be manipulated into different shapes, thanks to the use of magnets. While the T-1000 is still far off, future applications can include robots.

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Image inside Mar 21 - P Morgan Wells Fargo have announced that they will no longer fund private prisons

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Queen. @ronnie

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Image inside Mar 21 - Joe Rogan’s Galaxy Brain - A platform for “freethinkers” who hate the left

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Video inside Mar 21 - Vegetables top "dirty dozen" list: How to minimize pesticide intake

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CBS This Morning
Published on Mar 21, 2019

Nearly 70 percent of conventionally grown produce sold in the U.S. was found to have pesticide residue, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group. Samantha Heller, registered dietitian at NYU Langone Health, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how strawberries, spinach, and kale top their so-called "dirty dozen" list of produce with the most pesticide contamination.

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Video inside Cory Booker On President Donald Trump: ‘Here’s A Guy That Couldn’t Condemn Nazis’

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Published on Mar 18, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker tells MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that President Trump’s language is “causing pain, fear. The way he's talking is making people afraid."
Ive actually ate many times in this cafe they are doing this interview in. Shoutout to Tommys Cafe in Davenport, Iowa

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Video inside Charlamagne tha God tells CBSN he'd vote for Kamala Harris

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| By Shhon - 4 hours ago


CBS News
Published on Mar 21, 2019

The host of the popular radio show "The Breakfast Club" has interviewed a number of 2020 presidential candidates. He told CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers that he would vote for Kamala Harris for president.

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Image inside Mar 21 - Wheelchair man rolls into his son's school with a Draco lookin for sons bully

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| By Enjoying myself - 4 hours ago

WEST PALM BEACH — When Christopher Freeman’s son FaceTimed him in tears Monday afternoon from school, the 27-year-old father knew something was wrong.

The boy told Freeman that a teacher at Bear Lakes Middle School had “slammed him,” according to Freeman’s statement to Palm Beach County School District police, and while they were on the video call, Freeman saw an adult grab the boy.

The phone went flying and the call ended, so Freeman hurried to the school on Shenandoah Boulevard, forgetting that he had a pistol version of an AK-47 rifle tucked in his pants, he said.

School district police arrested Freeman, who lives outside the city limits, on charges of aggravated assault, possessing a weapon on school property and disturbing the peace. A judge ordered he be held in the Palm Beach County Jail on a $75,000 bond. If Freeman is released, he cannot have contact with any Palm Beach County schools and will be on in-house arrest.

An administrator who spoke with Freeman on the phone before he arrived at the school warned a school officer that the father was upset. The arrest report is vague as to why school staff had been talking to the boy.

The school district would not comment on anything involving Freeman’s son. A woman who answered a call to a telephone number listed as Freeman’s said Freeman’s boy is doing OK. As far was Freeman’s arrest, she said, “We have no comment on that at this time.”

An officer noticed Freeman, who uses a wheelchair, outside the front office shortly before 4 p.m.

“I want to see the guy who slammed my son. I’ve got something for him,” Freeman reportedly said. “You’re going to need more than what you’ve got because of what I’ve got.”

The officer noticed “what looked like the handle of a handgun” sticking out of Freeman’s pants.

The officer put the school on a code-red lockdown, meaning no one could enter the building and no one inside could move from their classrooms, and called for backup when Freeman resisted the officerÂ’s attempts to search him.

Police found a loaded AK-47 pistol Mini Draco with an extended magazine, which appeared to be fully loaded with 30 rounds, on him. One round was in the chamber, according to police records.

Freeman told officers he keeps the gun with him for protection, adding that he never intended to use it to hurt anyone at the school.

Principal Kirk Howell said in a telephone call to Bear Lakes Middle parents Monday afternoon that “the parent never brandished the gun or threatened the office staff with it at any time.”

Court records indicate Freeman is facing weapons- and drug-related charges stemming from a February 2018 traffic stop during which he told Palm Beach County sheriffÂ’s deputies he had guns, for which he said he had permits to carry, in his car. He is scheduled to go to trial in that case next month.

In November, a Bear Lakes Middle teacher was removed from his classroom after a reported altercation with a student and later was arrested on a charge of child abuse. Dennis HallÂ’s case remains before the courts.

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Image inside Mar 21 - Cliff Dixon robbed n killed at his own bday party..smh

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| By Enjoying myself - 4 hours ago

It was his birthday on Sunday but his birthday party was last night at SL Lounge (Mr. Rugg’s club). People are saying he was robbed and shot in the head outside of the club.

The gunfire rang out after 1 a.m. Thursday at the Little Saigon strip mall in the 4100 Block of Buford Highway. Arriving police officers found a man, described in his late twenties to early thirties, having been shot in the parking lot.

Paramedics rushed the victim to Grady Memorial Hospital, where at last check he was going into surgery.

Detectives said the gunman escaped on foot. They only have a vague description of him which isn't being released yet to the public.

Chamblee police brought in a K( to try to track the gunman's scent, but so far no arrests have been made. Investigators are hoping security cameras from the strip mall will help them identify the shooter. They say that might be difficult because some of the cameras aren't working. They also have been having trouble getting credible information from the witnesses at the scene.

Gunman on the run after strip mall shooting

Dam. ...cold fuckin world. ..mofo got robbed and murked at his own bday party. Shiiiiit..

From what I hear he was a very cocky mafucca..n when you cocky n shining u always goin have mafuccas in they feelins. ..coulda been fuckin wit some thot that the next mofo was obsessed ova.

No matter what the reason was it's Everybody's responsibility to keep their heart beating n he clearly fell asleep on the job. Rip

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Mar 21 - Pete Buttigieg the first gay PRESIDENT???????

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| By izlar928 - 4 hours ago

Might become a reality would u mind I wouldn't as long as he does a good job

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Mar 20 - New Zealand bans military style assault rifles

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| By 3 bs - 4 hours ago

A world leader who isn’t a fucking retard

Guess the mentally ill gun nuts like @ItAlY2BkLyN think the government is going to take over the people now

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Mar 21 - Chicago Goons Surround Cop And Take One Of The Guy From Custody For Brazen Escape

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| By Glove - 5 hours ago

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A Chicago police officer was forced to release a handcuffed drug suspect on Sunday afternoon when a group of people surrounded the cop and implied that he would be shot if he did not let the man go.

But on Tuesday, the department was displaying no sense of urgency in addressing the issue or re-capturing the man who ran away with a pair of handcuffs still binding his wrists.

CPDÂ’s Office of News Affairs confirmed the specifics of the incident but declined to release the name of the suspect who escaped because he was not in custody, there was no warrant for the manÂ’s arrest, and no investigative alert had even been issued for the escapee.

CWBChicago subsequently learned the 31-year-old man’s identity through a police source. The West Side resident has been to prison repeatedly for narcotics, most recently in 2010, according to state records. His identity was further confirmed via a police report that listed him as the “escaped arrestee.”

Scanner audio captured an officer’s account of what happened at the scene: “Ten people surrounded me, indicating that they had firearms. And one person pulled him away from me, holding his waist, indicating that he would use a firearm against me.”

Officially, the police department on Tuesday would say only that police officers saw a driver commit a traffic violation in the Austin neighborhood shortly after 2 p.m. Sunday and they conducted a stop of the vehicle.

“After he was stopped, the driver exited the vehicle and began to discard bundles of suspected narcotics to the ground,” the department said in a statement. “Officers were able to detain the subject, but after police began collecting the bundles of suspected narcotics, the offender began to struggle with [officers], thrashing his body around. Police attempted to subdue the offender, who began to kick and strike” the officers.

The department continued: “A crowd gathered around the police, some retrieving the discarded suspect narcotics, others approaching the officers, yelling at and threatening the police. Gunshots then were heard in close proximity to the incident, putting officers in further fear of their safety. The offender was able to make good his escape with the help of subjects from the crowd.”

CWBChicago contacted the police departmentÂ’s chief spokesperson to learn more about the departmentÂ’s efforts to capture the suspect and identify members of the group that allegedly threatened to kill the police officers. He did not respond to our email.

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they really pulled that gangshit on that dirty chicago pig lmao. Cop ain't so tough when there are some real unarmed gangbangers that pulled up on him. I guarantee if homies didn't slide through, that man would have been potentially murdered by the cop, as we all know they like to kill unarmed, defenseless people. I don't like any of that gang shit in chicago with the murders and dumb shit, but saving one of the guys from a pig can only be a positive.

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Image inside Mar 20 - Woman injects self with 20 fruit juices... suffers severe organ damage

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| By Mr Scaramucci - 21 hours ago

Injection of liquid from more than 20 kinds of fruit causes severe infection and liver, kidney and heart damage
‘I thought fresh fruits were nutritious and it would do no harm,’ she says

A woman in central China was so keen on staying healthy that she injected the juice of 20 types of fruit – and almost paid for it with her life, according to local media.
The 51-year-old surnamed Zeng, from Guiyang county in Chenzhou, Hunan province, had developed an interest in unconventional health treatments, reported the Xiaoxiang Morning Herald.
On a whim on February 22, while apparently in good health, Zeng made a juice from more than 20 kinds of fruit and gave herself an intravenous infusion by drip.
Despite feeling itchy and a rising temperature, she did nothing about it, but that night when her husband noticed her discomfort and found out about the infusion, she was taken to the county hospital. It in turn sent her to the Affiliated Hospital of Xiangnan University, where she was admitted to intensive care.

Liu Jianxiu, the attending doctor, told the Xiaoxiang Morning Herald that Zeng had a severe infection, damage to her liver, kidney and heart, and was in danger of dying of multiple organ failure and sepsis.
Doctors cleansed her blood using dialysis, injected clotting agents and gave her antibiotics. ZengÂ’s condition had improved significantly after five days and she was transferred to a kidney unit.

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Mar 20 - Human trafficking to be added to school curriculum?

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Mar 20 - More than a third of New Yorkers say they can’t afford to live here

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| By Sin - 22 hours ago

At least itÂ’ll be easier to find a seat on the subway.

More than a third of all city residents say they can’t afford to live anywhere in the state — much less the Big Apple — and believe economic hardship will send them packing in five years or less, according to a dismal new poll.

ThatÂ’s 41 percent of city dwellers who say they canÂ’t cope with New YorkÂ’s high cost of living, according to a Quinnipiac poll published Wednesday.

Separately, 41 percent fear they’ll be “forced” to pull up stakes and seek greener pastures where the economic climate is more welcoming.

“They are making this city a city for the wealthy, and they are really choking out the middle class,’’ said Ari Buitron, a 49-year-old paralegal and born-and-bred New Yorker from Forest Hills, Queens.

“A lot of my friends have had to move to Florida, Texas, Oregon. You go to your local shop, and it’s $5 for a gallon of milk and $13 for shampoo. Do you know how much a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is? $1700! What’s wrong with this picture?”

And New Yorkers’ collective outlook seems to be getting worse — just 31 percent said they thought they’d have to leave when pollsters asked the same question in May.

City dwellers were not surprised their neighbors have such a bleak outlook.

“I am definitely not going to be here five years from now. I will probably move to Florida or Texas where most of my family has moved,” said New York native Dexter Benjamin, 23.

Those whoÂ’ve already made a break for it out of the Empire state say theyÂ’re not looking back.

“Moving to New Jersey has only added 15 minutes to my commute! And I am still working in Downtown Brooklyn,” said Robert Carpenter, 50, who moved from Brooklyn to northern Newark in 2016. “I save about $300 extra a month, which in the long run it matters.”

Even well-heeled New Yorkers are being lured down south thanks to New YorkÂ’s hefty tax burden and new federal tax policies that punish high-tax states, according to Miami property magnate Gil Dezer.

“Because of the city tax and the non-deductibility of your real estate taxes, we’re seeing a lot more people with piqued interest,” he told The Post.

The pollÂ’s findings reinforce research done by the Empire Center for Public Policy that shows that New York leads the nation in terms of residents jumping ship.

“It’s not surprising. The out migration downstate is first and foremost about affordability. Rent and property taxes downstate are very high,” said the Empire Center’s E.J. McMahon.

The poll also found that minorities have an even grimmer outlook on their economic prospects.

Asked to rate their economic situations, non-whites disproportionately ranked their situations as “poor” and “not good” compared to whites. Meanwhile, whites were quicker to report their situations as “excellent” or “good.”

Some people of color said gentrification is forcing them out.

“When I moved here there was no H&M, no Shake Shack — it was authentically African-American New York Harlem,” said Washington Heights resident Clifton Oliver, 43, who is black. “Now Neil Patrick Harris lives down the block. People are going down south to Florida, Alabama, Baltimore.”

The poll surveyed 1,216 registered voters between March 13 and 18. City-specific questions had a margin of error of about 7 points.

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Image inside Mar 20 - Bitcoin Is in the Dumps, Spreading Gloom Over Crypto World

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| By Mr Scaramucci - 1 day ago

But these BX niggas talkinboutsome BUY and HOLD every week

The value of all cryptocurrencies outstanding is down 85% from peak and volumes on U.S. exchanges have been falling; making it through ‘winter’

Bitcoin is in the longest slump of its 10-year history. That is forcing even its most ardent supporters to shelve dreams of global disruption and focus on simply tightening their belts long enough to outlast the downturn.

Signs of the crypto winter are everywhere, marking a sharp reversal since the manic highs of 2017. The price of bitcoin is about $4,000, down about 80% from a trading peak of about $19,800 in December 2017. The total market value of all cryptocurrencies outstanding is down 85% from its peak in January 2018. And volumes on the largest U.S. exchanges have been falling steadily for the past 15 months, according to research firm TradeBlock.

Bitcoin is still driven largely by momentum, and right now it doesnÂ’t have it. Cryptocurrencies have struggled to attract mainstream institutional investors. Regulation is still unclear, which has scared off some potential users. Companies that have sprung up around the crypto world are under pressure until the next upswing, and crypto fans arenÂ’t sure where that will come from or when.

To be fair, crypto markets have long been defined by choppiness. During part of 2011, the price of bitcoin dropped about 95%. The price also dropped 85% from December 2013 to January 2015, sparked by the shutdown of the Silk Road website, an online drug bazaar that used bitcoin, and problems at the teetering Mt. Gox trading exchange.

But the sector is much bigger than it was during some of those earlier swings, and it is closer than ever to becoming mainstream. Its influence today is widespread: Western governments have given it tacit or explicit acceptance and venture capitalists support it. Developers are finding ways to apply its underlying technology, blockchain, to fields as varied as supply-chain management and capital-markets trading.

“There’s still coffee,” said Eric Larchevêque, CEO of Paris-based Ledger SAS, which makes crypto-storage products that resemble thumb drives, “but you don’t have the extra nuts.” The company has cut back on some costs, like for travel and advertising, he said, though it has avoided layoffs.

Ledger raised $75 million in January 2018, and that plus product sales are enough to sustain the company, he said, but it is contingent on more austere management. “We’re trying to deal with it on a day-by-day basis,” Mr. Larchevêque said. “We want to make sure the company will still be here in 18 months.”

Revenue for bitcoin miners is also down over the past 15 months. The market for so-called initial coin offerings, which brought in $12 billion in 2018, has raised $100 million so far this year, according to research firm Diar.

“People are looking for ways to support themselves through winter,” said Galen Moore. The Boston resident recently started an open-source data-analytics project called Canary Data that he hopes to turn into a new startup, but he has also taken consulting work to pay the bills.

Dan Held, director of business development at a startup called InterChange, said that as vicious as this bear market has been, itÂ’s not the worst.

After the Silk Road and Mt. Gox debacles, “we weren’t sure if demand would ever come back,” Mr. Held said.

One thing Mr. Held noticed during those other bleak periods: Firms that survived were the ones closest to employing trading fees, like exchanges do. InterChange focuses on back-office accounting software for trading desks, exchanges and hedge funds. “No matter what the market is doing, you still have to do your accounting,” he said.

Boaz Bechar started a data-research site called Blocktrail in 2014 and sold it to the big mining company Bitmain in 2016. Bitmain recently laid him off as part of a broader downsizing. Mr. Bechar believes that only the biggest crypto companies will be able to weather the ups and downs of a volatile industry. “The big players are going to get bigger doing what they do, and it will be a race to the top,” he said.

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Mar 20 - The world is on notice: New Apple AirPods Launch!

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| By Mr Scaramucci - 1 day ago

New AirPods Launch With H1 Chip, Hey Siri, Up to 50% More Talk Time, and Optional Wireless Charging Case

Apple today in a press release introduced new second-generation AirPods powered by an Apple-designed H1 chip that enables hands-free "Hey Siri" functionality and up to 50 percent more talk time compared to the original AirPods.

pple says the H1 chip in the new AirPods makes switching between the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac up to two times faster, and enables up to a 1.5x faster connection time for phone calls and up to 30 percent lower gaming latency.

Hands-free Siri allows AirPods users to say "Hey Siri" to change songs, make phone calls, adjust the volume, get directions, and more.

The new AirPods get up to three hours of talk time per charge, compared to up to two hours with the previous generation. Other battery life figures remain the same, with up to five hours of listening time per charge and more than 24 hours of total battery life from extra charges stored in the case.

The new AirPods have the same outward design as the original and remain available in white only.

The new AirPods are available to order on and in the Apple Store app starting today with a wired charging case for $159, the same price as the original AirPods, and with a wireless charging case for $199. Both options will be available at Apple Stores and select resellers starting next week.

The wireless charging case is also available individually for $79 for use with both the first-generation and second-generation AirPods. An LED light indicator located on the front of the case shows the charge status at a glance.

Apple also announced that free engraving is now available on any AirPods charging case for orders placed on and in the Apple Store app.

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Mar 20 - China may soon run its first annual current-account deficit in decades

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| By Ymmot - 1 day ago

That china*sells more to the world than it buys from it can seem like an immutable feature of the economic landscape. Every year for a quarter of a century China has run a current-account surplus (roughly speaking, the sum of its trade balance and net income from foreign investments). This surplus has been blamed for various evils including the decline of Western manufacturing and the flooding of AmericaÂ’s bond market with the excess savings that fuelled the subprime housing bubble.

Yet the surplus may soon disappear. In 2019 China could well run its first annual current-account deficit since 1993. The shift from lender to borrower will create a knock-on effect, gradually forcing it to attract more foreign capital and liberalise its financial system. ChinaÂ’s government is only slowly waking up to this fact. AmericaÂ’s trade negotiators, meanwhile, seem not to have noticed it at all. Instead of focusing on urging China to free its financial system, they are more concerned that China keep the yuan from falling. The result of this myopia is a missed opportunity for both sides.

ChinaÂ’s decades of surpluses reflected the fact that for years it saved more than it invested. Thrifty households hoarded cash. The rise of great coastal manufacturing clusters meant exporters earned more revenues than even China could reinvest. But now that has begun to change. Consumers are splashing out on cars, smartphones and designer clothes. Chinese tourists are spending immense sums overseas (see*article). As the population grows older the national savings rate will fall further, because more people in retirement will draw down their savings.

Whether or not China actually slips into deficit this year will be determined mostly by commodities prices. But the trend in saving and investment is clear: the country will soon need to adjust to a new reality in which deficits are the norm. That in turn means that China will need to attract net capital inflows—the mirror image of a current-account deficit. To some extent this is happening. China has eased quotas for foreigners buying bonds and shares directly, and made it simpler for them to invest in mainland securities via schemes run by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Pension funds and mutual funds all over the world are considering increasing their exposure to China.

But the reforms remain limited. Ordinary Chinese citizens face restrictions on how much money they can take out. If many foreign investors tried to pull their money out of China at once it is not clear that they would be able to do so, an uncertainty that in turn may make them nervous about putting large sums in. China is terrified of financial instability. A botched currency reform in 2015 caused widespread volatility. But the system the country is moving to, which treats locals and foreigners differently, promises to be leaky, corrupt and unstable.

Eventually, then, capital will need to flow freely in both directions across ChinaÂ’s borders. That is to be welcomed. People outside and inside China will benefit from being able to invest in more places. The need for freer capital flows will have the welcome side-effect of forcing China to reform its state-dominated financial system, not least so that it commands confidence among international investors. This in turn will mean that market forces play a bigger role in allocating capital in China.

You might expect AmericaÂ’s trade negotiators to welcome all of this, and urge China to free its financial system. Unfortunately they seem stuck in the past. Obsessed with the idea that China might depress its currency to boost exports, they are reportedly insisting it commit itself to a stable yuan. That is wrong-headed and self-defeating. Rather than fighting yesterdayÂ’s currency wars, America should urge China to prepare for the future.

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Image inside Mar 20 - Woman Gets 2 Days In Jail For Murder.

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| By Naga Sadow - 1 day ago

WICHITA, Kan. (CBS Local) — A Kansas woman with a prior DUI conviction was sentenced last week to serve two days in jail for killing a 35-year-old man while driving under the influence.

Alexandra Eslinger, 27, pleaded guilty in January to vehicular homicide and driving under the influence, both misdemeanors, The Wichita Eagle reported.

Eslinger was convicted in the July 2017 death of Jesus Navarro-Gonzalez, of Wichita. Investigators say he was heading south on North West Street on his motorcycle when Eslinger turned in front of him causing him to collide into the vehicle. Navarro-Gonzalez succumbed to head and body injuries three days later.

Court records indicate Eslinger had blood-alcohol concentration of .102. The limit to drive legally is under .08.

Eslinger must also serve five days of house arrest, a year of probation. pay a $1,200 fine, complete out-patient drug and alcohol treatment and cannot use drugs or alcohol.

If she violates her probation, Eslinger can be sentenced to a year in jail.

Court records show Eslinger has a prior DUI conviction.

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Video inside Mar 20 - Trump shytting on John McCain even after his death

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