Marcelo Garcia's family attorney was adamant that the 46-year-old did not have a knife on him before the shooting. But bodycam video shows otherwise.
Marcelo Garcia's family attorney was adamant that the 46-year-old did not have a knife on him before the shooting. But bodycam video shows otherwise.
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Phillip Galyen P.C. ("Galyen") announced today that it recently detected a data security incident which may have resulted in unauthorized access or acquisition of the personal information of some clients and employees of Galyen. Galyen conducted an investigation and hired independent computer forensic investigators to help determine what happened. The investigation discovered that a malicious actor may have accessed the Galyen network without authorization. The malicious actor may have also accessed and acquired certain personal information associated with of clients and employees of Galyen.
The global unified communication and collaboration market by end-user (enterprise and government), application (enterprise collaboration, enterprise telephony, and contact center), and geography (North America, Europe, APAC, South America, and MEA) has been added to Technavio's offering. The global unified communication and collaboration market is expected to grow by USD 169.82 billion. However, the market growth momentum is expected to decelerate at a CAGR of over 35% during 2021-2025.
NOT FOR RELEASE OR DISSEMINATION INTO THE UNITED STATES VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CanWel Building Materials Group Ltd. (“CanWel” or the “Company”) (TSX:CWX, CWX.NT.A) announced its director election results following its annual and special meeting of shareholders, held May 13, 2021. All of the nominees proposed as directors in the Company's Management Information Circular, dated March 31, 2021, were elected. The detailed results of the vote by ballot for the election of directors, are as follows. 28,666,009 votes were cast for Amar S. Doman, representing 70.37% of the votes cast; 28,329,396 votes were cast for Stephen W. Marshall, representing 70.19% of the votes cast; 28,712,724 votes were cast for Marc Séguin, representing 70.49% of the votes cast; 39,604,647 votes were cast for Ian M. Baskerville, representing 97.22% of the votes cast; 28,491,310 votes were cast for Tom Donaldson, representing 69.94% of the votes cast; 38,569,044 votes were cast for Kelvin Dushnisky, representing 94.68% of the votes cast; 39,341,210 votes were cast for Sam Fleiser, representing 96.58% of the votes cast; 40,356,580 votes were cast for Michelle Harrison representing 99.07% of the votes cast, 28,471,840 votes were cast for Harry Rosenfeld, representing 69.89% of the votes cast; and 38,573,006 votes were cast for Siegfried J. Thoma, representing 94.69% of the votes cast. All other matters voted upon at the meeting were approved. The formal report on voting results with respect to all matters voted upon during the annual and special meeting of shareholders will be filed with the regulatory authorities shortly. About CanWel Founded in 1989, CanWel is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia and trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol CWX and is Canada’s only fully integrated national distributor in the building materials and related products sector. CanWel operates: multiple treating plant and planing facilities in Canada and the United States; distribution centres coast-to-coast in all major cities and strategic locations across Canada; in the United States near Portland, Oregon, San Francisco and Los Angeles, California and in 14 locations in the State of Hawaii through its wholly owned Honsador Building Products Group. CanWel distributes a wide range of building materials, lumber, renovation and electrical products. In addition, through its CanWel Fibre division, CanWel operates a vertically integrated forest products company based in Western Canada, operating from British Columbia to Saskatchewan, also servicing the US Pacific Northwest. CanWel owns approximately 117,000 acres of private timberlands, strategic Crown licenses and tenures, log harvesting and trucking operations, several post and pole peeling facilities and two pressure-treated specialty wood production plants and a specialty saw mill. For further information regarding CanWel please contact: Ali Mahdavi, Investor Relations416-962-3300 firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Alamy/Getty/HandoutLander County, Nevada, is shelling out $2,500 for lifetime membership to a controversial, far-right law-enforcement group, The Daily Beast has learned. For their money, residents will get some lapel pins, a plaque, and a big party featuring an alleged participant in the Jan. 6 attack on the United States Capitol.A former mining boom community in the Nevada desert, Lander County is the rural home to fewer than 10,000 residents. But after a 4-1 vote by its board of commissioners, it’s the first in the nation with a dubious distinction: Lander will become a county-level member of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, a right-wing group that promotes sheriffs as the last bastion of freedom and safety in Joe Biden’s America.The Lander County manager and the head of the CSPOA both told The Daily Beast on Friday that the county had paid a $2,500 lifetime membership fee to join the group. And on Saturday, the county will host a party to celebrate its new status. The event’s speakers list includes the head of the CSPOA, a California-based “mamalitia” [mama militia], and Simone Gold, a hydroxychloroquine-hyping doctor who is currently facing charges for allegedly entering the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot.Richard Mack, founder of the CSPOA, said Lander’s county manager reached out about securing membership for the entire jurisdiction. Membership is largely “symbolic,” Mack told The Daily Beast, though it does come at a cost.“It’s $2,500,” Mack said on Friday. “We’re giving them a huge membership plaque to put on their wall at the county building and we’re giving them all sorts of merchandise from CSPOA: 100 lapel pins, 500 books, and blah blah blah, so when people come by or any citizen comes by, they can always get one. Then we’re gonna give out a bunch of free stuff tomorrow, too.”Though Lander County leans strongly Republican, not everyone is thrilled with the news. Claudio Cardosa, chair of the county’s Democratic party, said he hadn’t even heard of the CSPOA until the county’s commissioners were voting to join it.“I don’t know why the county’s joining organizations. That should be left up to individuals, not counties,” Cardosa told The Daily Beast. “We’ve got that much money we can just join associations, right or left?”Mack said the county’s five commissioners voted unanimously in favor of CSPOA membership. That’s not exactly right, the county manager, Bert Ramos noted.“It was a 4-1 vote,” Ramos told The Daily Beast. He said the opposing commissioner thought the CSPOA “was a militia and a group that would incite violence, supposedly. Misinformed is what the opposition’s initial opinion was. Since then, I think, that commissioner has done some research and is now in favor. But she was under the impression that it was more of a radical right-wing group.”The dissenting commissioner might be forgiven for identifying the CSPOA as fringe.Mack is a former sheriff who made his fame suing the federal government over gun laws. After leaving law enforcement, he launched a series of unsuccessful runs for office, and by 2010 had become a board member for the Oath Keepers, a far-right paramilitary group deeply implicated in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. (He quit the group in 2016, telling BuzzFeed it was becoming too much like a militia, although the Oath Keepers’ founder has subsequently appeared in videos the CSPOA sells online.)They Went to D.C. on Jan. 6. Now They’re Running for Office.In 2011, Mack launched the CSPOA, which tapped into a political theory that claims sheriffs—not city, state, or federal agencies—are where the buck stops with law and order. The theory is popular in conservative and libertarian circles, where its advocates use it to argue for selective enforcement of certain issues, like gun control or (notably in 2020) COVID-19 prevention measures.Rachel Goldwasser, a research analyst with the Southern Poverty Law Center, said the group’s claims to sheriff supremacy are, simply, bogus.“They believe they have more enforcement authority than anyone else, including the president,” Goldwasser told The Daily Beast. “Mack has said this repeatedly. Where they become extreme is not just in the notion that they have more authority (they don't), but in how they go about utilizing the authority they think they have."Some of the CSPOA’s most notable associates have also been its most controversial. Among them is Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County, Arizona sheriff who ran a notoriously brutal outdoor jail, and who was convicted of contempt of court due to his department’s racial profiling practices. (Arpaio was later pardoned by President Donald Trump.) Former Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Sheriff David Clarke, another GOP firebrand who ran a deadly jail, is a CSPOA award recipient. Barry County, Michigan Sheriff Dar Leaf, who has filed lawsuits attempting to overturn President Joe Biden’s 2020 victory and who described an alleged plot to kidnap the state’s governor as a “citizen’s arrest,” has also spoken at the group’s conferences.Ramos declined to address CSPOA members’ more outlandish legal theories.“That’s all subjective. I’m not getting into that because it can get ridiculous,” he said.Not ridiculous enough to stop his county’s membership from becoming official on Saturday. “We’ll give him the check to make it official that the county has joined the CSPOA, and that’ll be it,” Ramos said.Lander County is cementing the deal that day with a “patriotic social gathering,” complete with a bounce house, speeches from Mack, members of a California-based militia group (one of whom promoted the rally on TikTok), and Simone Gold, the doctor accused of participating in the Jan. 6 riot.An arrest affidavit accuses Gold and an associate of being "in a large crowd attempting to push past multiple officers blocking the entrance to the Capitol, which had visibly broken windows at the time. One of the officers, who had been pinned near the doors to the Capitol, appears to be pulled down by someone in the crowd and lands near where [another accused rioter] and Gold were standing."Reached briefly by phone on Friday, Gold told The Daily Beast to contact her organization, which did not respond. Asked whether Gold’s participation was inappropriate in a rally about law enforcement, Mack said he’d “heard she was arrested because of the information she put out, because she’s anti-vaccination and anti-mask and all that.”Informed that she was arrested at the Capitol, Mack suggested that people who trespassed on Capitol grounds should not have been arrested, and that Gold did not enter the Capitol. “Disorderly conduct’s what cops charge people with when they don’t know how to charge them,” he said. “That’s really abuse.”In fact, Gold had previously admitted to entering the building, telling the Washington Post, that she regretted it. Informed of the Post interview, Mack said he supported arrests of people who entered the building, and that he encouraged an investigation into her case. “I’d have to ask Dr. Simone, but she’s really a solid defender of liberty,” he said.Ramos, the county manager, questioned whether Gold’s admission to entering the Capitol constituted wrongdoing.“Is that breaking any laws?” he asked. “I don’t know what that has to do with our celebration.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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TAMPA — Evidently, the first player drafted by the Bucs will be the last to put on a pewter helmet. Washington edge rusher Joe Tryon, selected with the No. 32 overall pick by the Bucs on April 29, joined his peers at the opening day of the team’s rookie minicamp Friday but didn’t participate outside of some solitary jogging. “He still hasn’t passed his physical,” coach Bruce Arians said after ...
After several delays, the thriller The Woman in the Window is finally out, streaming on Netflix from May 14. The movie, based on a book of the same name, follows Anna (played by Amy Adams), a woman struggling with agoraphobia after suffering a major trauma.
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Securities Litigation Partner James (Josh) Wilson Encourages Investors Who Suffered Losses Exceeding $50,000 In FibroGen To Contact Him Directly To Discuss Their Options New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - May 14, 2021) - Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP, a leading national securities law firm, is investigating potential claims against FibroGen, Inc. ("FibroGen" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: FGEN) and reminds investors of the June 11, 2021 deadline to seek the role of lead plaintiff in a federal ...
May 14—SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Avera Health is now scheduling appointments for kids ages 12-15 to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. Pfizer received approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration for those in the 12-15 age range and was previously approved for those 16 years and older. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are approved for those 18 years and older. People under the age ...
Federman & Sherwood File the First Class Action Lawsuit Against Robert Baffert and Zedan Racing Stables
Bitcoin fell some 13% after getting linked to hacking, money laundering, tax evasion, and, by one of its biggest fans, Elon Musk, environmental degradation. But by week’s end, cryptocurrencies in total hit some $2.4 trillion.
May 14—CHAMBERLAIN — The South Dakota Department of Transportation is preparing to improve several miles of King Street in Chamberlain this summer. The portion of road due for repairs, which stretches from the intersection of the street with Interstate 90 to the railroad bridge on the east side of Chamberlain, has been in need of repairs for some time, said Jay Peppel, the Mitchell Area ...
Renaissance Oil Corp. ("Renaissance" or the "Company") (TSXV: ROE) (OTCQB: RNSFF) is pleased to announce that, pursuant to the receipt of notices of conversion from all of the holders of the Company's previously outstanding C$5,000,000 convertible debentures (the "Debentures"), the Debentures have now been extinguished in full through the issuance of 20,328,976 common shares of the Company (the "Common Shares"), which includes a total of 328,976 Common Shares issued on account of accrued and unpaid interest owing on the Debentures at the time of conversion at a deemed price of approximately $0.3123 per share (the "Interest Shares").
May 14—As more cyclists find ways to benefit from electric bicycles, more commonly known as e-bikes, they are becoming a hot commodity in the biking world. While there are a variety of e-bikes being manufactured by major bicycle companies like Giant and Specialized, most of them are equipped with small electric-powered motors that assist bikers when pedaling. Since they hit the market several ...
Stephan Jaeger got hot down the stretch and finds himself in the lead at the Korn Ferry Tour's Visit Knoxville Open.