This after proceedings, initially expected to run for seven days, ended with only witnesses for the complainant being heard on Monday - day six. The tweet read: "Baby doesn't eat the dairy and cauliflower. Just very healthy high fat breast milk. Key is to ween [sic] baby on to LCHF."
Bicycle rider Errol Lochan pedalled to save his life yesterday after an enraged cutlass-wielding motorist tried to run him over with a car in front of several witnesses. "We had to run. The driver hit the pressure washer and then he slammed the brakes. He 'chook' in his reverse gear and then went straight onto the pavement, almost hitting the mandir," Sookdeo said.
"We miss her a lot and are still in shock," Christina's mother, Martha Quintela, said Monday via email. The Hummer fled the scene, inciting a short pursuit by the women in the Focus, and by a police officer in a patrol car who witnessed the chase but did not immediately turn on his overhead lights.
There was no precise information about the boat or the fate of its crew, whether international forces were involved in the rescue or whether the crew had wrested back control on their own. However, security sources said the boat was believed to be an Iranian fishing vessel seized earlier this week with 15 crewmembers and held off the central Somali coastline. The other, the Siraj, is still being held.
A former television journalist suing for defamation over an article critical of his campaign for a seat in the Alberta legislature faced questions Monday about one of his key witnesses. "I think, if you're asking me that question, she was offended by Mr. Martin's behaviour, felt under attack. She felt her reputation was being subjected to a collateral attack and she wanted the truth to be known and it's her statutory declaration " "You've asked her and you've asked him questions about why the statutory declaration was provided and he said it was provided because she was unhappy with what Mr. Martin had done," Strekaf said.
In her closing speech at Southwark Crown Court, Crown prosecutor Sasha Wass QC said, brick by brick, a "wall of evidence" had been built against Chris Cairns and, on the face of it, it had. The list of prosecution witnesses in the former New Zealand cricket player's perjury trial resembled a roll call of some of the greats of the game - former Australian captain Ricky Ponting, former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori, and other highly regarded past players such as Shane Bond and Chris Harris. The prized witness from the Crown's point of view was current New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, one of the most popular figures in world cricket. Why would former friends and teammates of Cairns testify against him if he did not do it?
"Are we really supposed to believe all these women are lying, including the incidents where there were witnesses like your own kids?" CNN hired Nichols in 2013 to beef up its sports coverage. Before that, Nichols was at ESPN for almost a decade. She'll reportedly return to host her own daily show sometime in 2016.
A video given to Channel 2 shows the capture of a psychiatric patient who ran from Southwest Memorial Hermann Hospital on Monday morning. In nothing but a hospital gown, witnesses say the man was jumping fences in a neighborhood off Beechnut. "I saw the security from the hospital following somebody. Then I told them he's over there," Milly Reyes said.
A former Khmer Rouge soldier on Monday painted a far more favorable picture of life at the Trapaing Thma dam worksite than previous witnesses at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, claiming that couples who committed multiple "moral offenses" were not physically punished, but merely forced to marry. The witness--who also denied being a deputy of Ta Val, the chief of the Northwest Zone's Sector 5 and the much-feared head of the dam worksite--said workers who could not fulfill their quotas would be sent for treatment at a hospital, and that there was no physical abuse at the site.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a house was burgled in Old Town. The incident happened on Friday 6 November 2015 in Pleydell Road sometime between 8.00am and 3.15pm. Offender(s) broke in and stole a number of items including a family heirloom; a solid silver pocket watch with a white face and roman numerals. It had Laing's Jewellers printed on it in gold, a heavy silver chain was attached and was housed in a red velvet pouch along with a key for winding the watch.
THE GOVERNMENT has not set any deadline for completion of the investigation on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Nancy Shukri. She said the investigation by the special task force (STF) on 1MDB could only be completed after the witnesses' statements have all been recorded and the relevant documents obtained. "Considering that there are many witnesses, and many documents to be retrieved from outside the country, a deadline has not been fixed," she said in a written reply to Datuk Zainuddin Ismail (BN-Jelebu) at the Dewan Rakyat yesterday. She said the outcome of the investigation would be submitted to the Attorney General's Chambers (AGC).
Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following a two-car road collision on the A914 between Dairsie Roundabout and Balmullo on Tuesday, November 24. The incident involved a collision between a grey Mazda 3 and a white Renault Traffic van. The female passenger has been named as Audrey Thom who was 58-years-old. Her family have issued the following statement: "Audrey was a much loved wife, mother to three daughters and very recent granny.