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Caymanian Law to Allow Police to Hold Suspect for 6 Months

first_img Recommended for you Community College to Establish a Music Program Related Items:bethany butler, claudette clare, lenford butler, royal cayman islands police, seventh day adventist church, stabbing, tamara butler Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Woman stabbed to death Man charged in Kew Town killing Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 7 Nov 2014 – Meanwhile, we are learning that Caymanian law will allow police to hold Claudette Clare’s daughter, Tamara Butler as long as six months. It is a shocking and heart wrenching case where it is alleged 37 year old Butler stabbed to death her six year old child. Mrs. Clare and the family believes it’s psychological and it seems the officers in the Cayman Islands believe the same as they are holding Tamara, who grew up here in the TCI on mental health laws, which allows for this extended custody while investigations are ongoing. This coming Sunday there is a funeral for Bethany at the King’s Seventh Day Adventist Church. Bethany’s father, Royal Cayman Islands Police Force Sergeant, Lenford Butler has been silent since the October 27th incident.last_img read more

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Former Celtic boss Gordon Strachan  blasts Rangers forward Alfredo Morelos

first_imgFormer Celtic manager Gordon Strachan has blasted Rangers forward Alfredo Morelos for his poor disciplinary record this season which has seen him being booked 10 times and sent off on three separate occasions.Morelos  who has scored 17 goals in 29 appearances this season was suspended during the 1-1 draw at Dundee on Sunday in a game that Rangers desperately missed his brilliance up front, and Strachan believes that moving to the club has proved too big for the Colombian as he has been trying too hard to get on the good side of the fans.Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“For some, petulance is a problem. If you look at Alfredo Morelos’s record at Helsinki, did he keep getting sent off there? No. It’s the fact he’s playing for Rangers, and it’s testing his mental strength, on and off the pitch,” said Strachan on the Scotsman.“It’s a real shock to people to go there, and maybe it’s too much for him. And he’s letting his team down. The fans might cheer him off, and the manager might support him publicly, but he’s knackering the team, and risking the result. “last_img read more

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North Carolina Establishes Military Veterans Affairs Agency

first_imgOne priority of North Carolina’s newly established Department of Military and Veterans Affairs will be helping the state’s defense communities resolve land use conflicts with neighboring installations, the agency’s secretary said last week.“We think we’re in pretty good shape in North Carolina, but we still want to make sure we do everything we can to improve the military value of the installations, so if a BRAC does come around, we’re in good shape,” Cornell Wilson Jr. told the Chronicle of Winston-Salem.The new department — which has about 100 employees on staff — also underscores the state’s commitment to veterans, according to Wilson, who retired in 2010 from the Marine Corps at the rank of major general.“It all says a lot about North Carolina,” he said. “We’re serious about our military, serious about our veterans.” Wilson had been Gov. Pat McCrory’s military affairs advisor since October 2013.The secretary said the state has made significant strides supporting its veteran population, including offering in-state college tuition and launching NC Military Pipeline, a pilot program to assist service members transitioning to the civilian marketplace.“There are employers looking to hire veterans but they’re not quite sure how to do it, so we put programs in place to bridge that gap,” Wilson said.North Carolina has the fourth largest military presence in the country with 100,000 active-duty military personnel, and is home to almost 800,000 veterans, giving it the nation’s eighth largest veteran population, according to the story. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

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