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Closer Look: Police Shootings On College Campuses; And More

first_img ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Share Related Stories Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility For Whom The Bell Rings 53:56Tuesday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott”:0:00: Last night a campus vigil for Georgia Tech student, Scout Schultz, turned into a protest. Over the weekend, Schultz was shot, and killed, by campus police. WABE’s Lisa Hagen covered last night’s vigil and speaks with Rose Scott.5:16: Also, the parents of Scout Schultz have publicly questioned the use of force by the officer who shot and killed their kid. A conversation with Marvin Reddick, who served 25 years in law enforcement, including 5 years as a detective at Georgia Tech, on why he believes policing procedures on college campuses need to change.21:03: Georgia State University is hosting the first-ever international Triple Negative Breast Cancer conference in Atlanta. It’s an aggressive form of cancer that often returns even after treatment, and has a higher rate among African-American women. We learn more from Dr. Padmashree Rida, a senior research scientist at Georgia State University.38:16: Closer Look continues coverage of the shooting death of Georgia Tech student, Scout Schultz. As the investigation into Schultz’s death gets underway, could the Georgia Tech officer who fatally shot the student face charges? WABE Legal analyst, Page Pate, weighs in.Like us on Facebook 53:56 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List last_img read more

Casella Waste System announces remarketing of VEDA solid waste disposal revenue bonds

first_imgCasella Waste Systems Inc,Vermont Business Magazine Casella Waste Systems, Inc (NASDAQ:CWST(link is external)), a regional solid waste, recycling and resource management services company based in Rutland, today announced two transactions relating to certain of its industrial revenue bonds, including its VEDA and FAME bonds.Casella has commenced the remarketing of $16.0 million aggregate principal amount of Vermont Economic Development Authority (“VEDA”) Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Casella Waste Systems, Inc. Project) Series 2013 (the “VEDA Bonds,” and together with the FAME Bonds, the “Bonds”). The VEDA Bonds were originally issued on April 4, 2013 and have a final maturity of April 1, 2036.  Pursuant to the indenture under which the VEDA Bonds were offered, the interest rate period under which the VEDA Bonds were previously issued is expiring on April 2, 2018 and accordingly the VEDA Bonds are being remarketed at a new interest rate for a new interest rate period.  The VEDA Bonds have been guaranteed by all or substantially all of Casella’s subsidiaries, pursuant to the terms of the indenture. The VEDA Bonds are not a general or contingent obligation of VEDA, or of the State of Vermont, and are payable solely from amounts received from Casella under the indenture. Casella has issued a notice of a mandatory tender for the VEDA Bonds with respect to the expiring interest rate period. The remarketing is expected to become effective on April 2, 2018.The Bonds are being offered only to qualified institutional buyers as defined in Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”). The interest rate period, interest rate and timing of the offerings of the Bonds will depend upon market conditions and other factors and there can be no assurance that the offerings will be completed.The Bonds have not been and will not be registered under the Securities Act and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act and other applicable securities laws.Casella has also announced an offering of $15.0 million aggregate principal amount of Finance Authority of Maine (“FAME”) Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Casella Waste Systems, Inc. Project) Series 2015R-2 (the “FAME Bonds”), under an indenture between FAME and the bond trustee. The FAME Bonds represent the drawdown of the remainder of the FAME 2015 solid waste disposal revenue bonds, the initial proceeds of which, in the amount of $15.0 million, were loaned to Casella in August 2015. The FAME Bonds will be guaranteed by all or substantially all of Casella’s subsidiaries, pursuant to the terms of the indenture. The FAME Bonds have a final maturity of August 1, 2035. The FAME Bonds are not a general or contingent obligation of FAME, or of the State of Maine, and are payable solely from amounts received from Casella under the indenture. The net proceeds of the FAME Bonds will be loaned to Casella to enable it to finance or refinance the costs of certain of Casella’s solid waste landfill facilities and solid waste collection, organics and transfer, recycling and hauling facilities in Maine and the issuance of the FAME Bonds.This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy the Bonds, nor shall there be any sale of the Bonds in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to the registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. This notice is being issued pursuant to and in accordance with Rule 135c under the Securities Act.Source: RUTLAND, Vermont, March 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Casella Waste Systems, Inclast_img read more

Fatal attraction

first_imgOne of the saddest stories I ever heard about a lawyer in love was that of New Zealander Gary Alderdice – known as ‘Never Plead Guilty Gary’. After the collapse of his marriage in the 1990s, the Hong Kong-based Alderdice started making trips on the hydrofoil to neighbouring Macau (pictured). Gambling there had been invaded by the Russian mafia, in association with the local triad organisations, and a whole army of prostitutes (mainly from the Vladivostok area) was working the hotel circuit. Among them was the exceptionally attractive strawberry blond Natalya Samofalova. Her contract had been signed in Macau and, as protection for themselves, the local triads had very sensibly retained her work papers. For Alderdice, it was a question of love at first sight and his feelings do seem to have been reciprocated. He took up with Samofalova in early April 1994 and the pair stayed first in his hotel room and then in a cottage at the Westin Resort until early May. Then came Alderdice’s fatal mistake: he declined to pay her owners for her services. When her papers came up for renewal, the triads refused to return them to her and she was obliged to leave. On 23 June Alderdice flew to Vladivostok, where he was met by Samofalova at the airport. He had, it was said, taken with him about $150,000. The next day Samofalova’s mother called at her flat and found both Alderdice and her daughter dead. It was thought that Alderdice had taken the money to buy his girlfriend’s contract but the pair had been killed to demonstrate the power of the mafia, who had left the money untouched. Five years after the killings came a confession from a woman the police would initially identify only as Olga, who had worked with Samofalova. She claimed she and two other men had been persuaded to rob the pair. Alderdice had been shot and Samofalova tied to a chair and tortured to make her reveal the whereabouts of the money, but only $2,000 was found. Unfortunately for the police, Olga succumbed to a drug overdose just four days later. One of the men subsequently denied the story. The other man, whom she said had actually shot the pair, is thought to have died in a gangland killing back in 1995. It is just one of those stories where the suspects are conveniently dead or untouchable. James Morton is a writer and former criminal defence solicitorlast_img read more

Players worried clubs ‘bleeding cash’

first_imgRugby Union Rugby World Cup winner Francois Louw says players are worried about their futures with “clubs bleeding clash”. Louw won the World Cup with the Springboks, but is set to retire at the end of the season after nine years at English club Bath. The 34-year-old said players were suffering from uncertainty since rugby was suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “Rugby players are masters of disguise,’’ he told the Daily Mail. ‘In the heat of the moment when you’re looking at someone square in the eyes, there’s no emotion, but inside you’re screaming with pain and fatigue. It’s something you have to master and players do it off the field, too.’’ Louw said players would need sound advice about how to get through the pandemic. “There are talks of permanent 25 per cent salary reductions in the Premiership, some clubs are calling for 50 per cent. Stephen Lansdown at Bristol is the only one saying it should never happen. Good on him but if you understand a club’s cash-flow you see they’re bleeding on a daily basis. ‘It then gets put on to the players. From a player’s perspective, you want full pay but there is context. Clubs are bleeding money. That’s not a secret. The majority of money comes through ticket sales, sponsors and BT TV rights. Clubs are having to pay back TV money and season-ticket holders through the Consumer Rights Protection Act. “That’s money that suddenly isn’t there but wage bills and expenses still are.’’ Louw said despite their worries, players were “staying fit and positive so that, when the day comes when they can return to training, they are ready.’’ Meanwhile, Northampton Saints’ director of coaching Chris Boyd told The Rugby Paper that players who had recently signed two or three-year contracts with English Premiership clubs, and “have set themselves up are in the best positions’’. The New Zealander said he “would hate to think what situation the (English) Premiership might have been in’’ without the CVC private equity firm buying 27 per cent of the competition. “Without that increased cashflow it might have been a very different situation, but whether that means the Premiership is still a high-demand place to go, which it has been, will be interesting to see.’’ – Stufflast_img read more

I had nightmares… What if I don’t have the same cover…

first_imgKL Rahul IPL 2020 “When I saw the suffering of the poor, I realized that my difficulties were nothing. I was grateful for the blessings I received,” said KL Rahul. Indian cricketer KL Rahul has said that he had nightmares that his batting skills were deteriorating during the lockdown. But five months in the lockdown also helped him look back. I was also able to think about what needs to be changed. Rahul, the captain of Kings XI Punjab, was speaking to The Indian Express before returning to the UAE for the IPL.He said he initially saw the lockdown as a break from cricket and a much-needed break but when the lockdown was extended a month later it was difficult to get out and practice. “But when I saw the suffering of the poor, I realized that my difficulties were nothing. Thank you for the blessings I have received, ”he said.Read Also: Test series against England in India in February, followed by IPL 2021“I was afraid he would get lazy during the lockdown. So I started training at home. Initially, he thought that he would wake up whenever he wanted and that he deserved to be lazy. He would have accepted it even if he had not trained. The reason is the interval received years later. But as the days passed, I decided to spend some time training at home. Most days I stood firm in it. I did not want to waste time watching TV. The food was cooked and the dog went for a walk. I designed clothes for my brand, ”the actress said of her lockdown.“When I came back to cricket, I had a nightmare of what would happen if I could not understand the line and length of the ball. There were also fears that the cover drive might not play as well as it used to. ”When he returned to training, he batted poorly at first. He said he felt better after three sessions and was happy with it.Read in English: KL Rahul: I had nightmares… What if I don’t have the same cover drive as before Get all the Latest Malayalam News and Kerala News at Indian Express Malayalam. You can also catch all the Sports News in Malayalam by following us on Twitter and Facebook Web Title:Ipl 2020 kl rahul lockdown experience interviewlast_img read more