Meanwhile, the antigraft body’s workers union head Yudi Purnomo Harahap criticized the prosecutors’ sentence demand, saying it would hinder corruption eradication efforts, as the attack was based on Novel’s profession as a graft buster.He went on to say that the lack of legal guarantees and protection for Novel as a human right defender only showed that President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo was not serious in fighting corruption.”The people who want to disrupt the fight against corruption will repeat terror against KPK employees or leaders without hesitating,” said Yudi.He added that the union urged the President to give an order to law enforcers through the formation of an independent team to uncover the mastermind behind the attack and investigate a possible obstruction of justice in the case.Topics : Novel’s left eye was severe injured as a result of the attack.Both defendants have been indicted of violating Article 353 Paragraph 2 of the Criminal Code on torture causing severe bodily harm, which carries a maximum jail term of seven years.“The KPK hopes the panel of judges will rule justly by considering the sense of public justice as well as the fact that Novel became a victim when doing his duty in handling corruption cases,” KPK acting spokesperson Ali Fikri said in a statement on Friday.Read also: ‘Someone influential’: Novel Baswedan tells court he has name of person behind his attack The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has called on the panel of judges to hand down the maximum sentence on two alleged attackers of senior KPK investigator Novel Baswedan as prosecutors only demanded light punishment.Prosecutors demanded that the bench sentence the defendants, Chief Brig. Ronny Bugis and Brig. Rahmat Kadir Mahulette from the National Police’s Mobile Brigade, to one year of imprisonment for throwing acid into Novel’s face in April 2017.
In a class message to former boss Wenger, Ozil wrote on Instagram: ‘7 years ago I joined the @Arsenal family and Mon. Wenger ❤️🙏🏼 ‘And I would not hesitate to do it all over again #anniversary #YaGunnersYa #M10’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArteta has told Ozil he’s surplus to requirements in north London but few clubs can afford the German’s wages, particularly in such challenging financial times.However, clubs in Qatar and Saudi Arabaia have registered their interest in Ozil and vowed to match the German’s wages in order to attract him to the middle-east.It remains to be seen whether Ozil will decide to leave but the playmaker hasn’t played for Arsenal since March and it’s clear his time is up at the club. MORE: Mason Greenwood responds after Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney compares him to Michael Owen and Harry Kane View 6 comments Mesut Ozil joined Arsenal on this day in 2013 (Picture: Getty)Arsenal star Mesut Ozil says he would ‘not hesitate to do it all over again’ on the anniversary of his arrival at the Emirates.The German signed for the Gunners in a then-club record £42million deal from Real Madrid in 2013 and his arrival was met with huge fanfare.While Ozil has had periods of success, his time at the club has been blighted by below-par performances and fallouts with Unai Emery and Mikel Arteta.The playmaker has been ostracised in recent months and the club are keen on offloading him, particularly given he’s the club’s top earner on £350,000-a-week.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED Mesut Ozil sends class message to Arsene Wenger after huge offer to leave Arsenal Top articles About Connatix V67539 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More by Metro 1 min. story Read More Video Settings Read More Full Screen 1/1 Advertisement Read More Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 1 Sep 2020 7:16 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link10.8kShares Skip Ad / PLAY Skip Advertisement However, Ozil remains intent on seeing out his contract in north London and he says he has no regrets over joining the club. Coming Next Read More
Mr. José Trevino “Joe” Gutierrez, age 87, of near East Enterprise, Indiana, entered this life on March 2, 1929, in Harlingen, Texas, the son of the late, Clemente and Petra (Trevino) Gutierrez. He was raised in Harlingen, Texas where he attended school. Joe was inducted into the United States Army on October 2, 1952, in Harlingen, Texas. serving during the Korean War. Joe was honorably discharged on September 15, 1954, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Joe was united in marriage on September 17, 1955 in Scottsville, Kentucky, to the late, Gladys Williams. He was later united in marriage in 1994 in Warsaw, Kentucky, to Dorothy Katherine Staggs. Joe and Dorothy shared 23 years of marriage together until his death. Joe was a former machinist for International Harvester (Navistar) in Indianapolis, Indiana, retiring in 1985 after 30 years of service. Joe resided in the Indianapolis community from 1955 to 1985 and later moved to the Switzerland County community where he resided until his death. Joe enjoyed farming and gardening and will be dearly missed by his loving family and friends. Joe passed away at 12:20 pm, Monday, February 6, 2017, at his residence near East Enterprise, Indiana.Joe will be dearly missed by his loving wife of 23 years: Dorothy Katherine (Staggs) Gutierrez of near East Enterprise, IN; his daughter: Cindy Little and her husband: Barry of Dallas, GA; his sons: Arthur Gutierrez of Indianapolis, IN, José T. Gutierrez, Jr. and his wife: Sydney of Indianapolis, IN, Anthony Gutierrez of Indianapolis, IN and Andy Gutierrez and his wife: Maria of West Lafayette, IN; his step-daughters: Rinda Reed and her husband: Bob of Vevay, IN and Glenna Nicholas and her husband: Dan of Indianapolis, IN; his step-son: Jeff Staggs of near East Enterprise, IN; his grandchildren: Marcus, Joshua, Stephanie, Jonathan, Mason and Evan; his step-granddaughter: Jackie; his great-grandchildren: Alexie, Logan, Jacob, Cera, Ezra and Samuel; his step-great-grandson: J.J.; his brother: Johnny Gutierrez of Martinsville, IN; his sisters: Mary Gutierrez of Harlingen, TX, Petra Lopez of Denver, CO, Frances Gutierrez of Corpus Christi, TX and Elva Sequnvo of Harlingen, TX and his numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.He was preceded in death by his parents: Clemente and Petra (Trevino) Gutierrez; his 1st wife: Gladys (Williams) Gutierrez, died April 12, 1981; his daughter: Dora Adkins, died December 31, 2007 and his brothers, Manuel, Alfred, Clemente, Jr., and Jesse Gutierrez.Funeral services will be conducted Friday, February 10, 2017, at 2:00 pm, by Barry Little at the Fountain Run Funeral Home, 175 Main Street Fountain Run, Kentucky 42133.Interment will follow in the Fountain Run Cemetery, Fountain Run, Kentucky.Friends may call 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Thursday, February 9, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043 and from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Friday, February 10, 2017, Fountain Run Funeral Home, 175 Main Street Fountain Run, Kentucky.Memorial contributions may be made to Charity of the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home.
Photo: FacebookShelbyville, In. — The body of a man found in the Big Blue River has been identified as Christopher Young, 38, reported missing from his Shelbyville home about one month ago.A report from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department says the body was found Sunday around 4 p.m. in the river near County Road 250 West by the Young’s father and his brother while they were kayaking.Young was last seen on the night of November 6. Family members said Young left that night to search for missing dogs near Colescott and Montgomery Streets and never returned. Police suspect Young may have been injured in an altercation and had become disoriented.Police say this is now a death investigation.
But chairman Daniel Levy is not happy at how much Dier wants to earn on his next deal. read also:Fan confrontation: Dier facing ban after being hit with FA charge It is an unrealistic demand according to the club, especially in the post-COVID-19 economy. If Dier does not commit to a deal during the transfer window, he is likely to be sold. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Albino Animals Who Look Like Ghosts10 Inventions That Prove Humanity Is Failing BadlyThese Films Were Sued For The Weirdest Reasons9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny10 Extremely Gorgeous Asian ActressesPeople Born In The 90-s Know What It IsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe Loading… Tottenham Hotspur are frustrated at contract talks with Eric Dier. The club were hoping to agree a renewal with the 26-year-old. However, the Daily Mail is reporting that Dier wants to double his £60,000-a-week wages. His contract is up in less than a year and Jose Mourinho would like him to stay.Advertisement
Petersville, IN—Saturday, German Township VFD firefighters along with Hope Fire Dept were dispatched to assist Clifford Fire on co rd 475 east for a residential fire. Temperatures during the fire were calculated, from thermal cameras, to have reached 900 degrees on the ceiling and 400 degrees on the floor.During the duration of the incident, several fire departments were requested to respond based off of the predetermined mutual aid list for that area. In all 9 fire departments responded making for a total of 3 alarms.In addition to departments already listed: Hartsville, Clay Township, Harrison Township, Wayne Township from Bartholomew Co; Flat Rock and Marietta from Shelby County; and Burney-Clay VFD from Decatur County all responded. The Salvation Army responded with drinking water and food.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Arizona Diamondbacks reliever Junior Guerra has returned to the team after missing the start of summer camp because of a positive coronavirus test. The Ivy League also was the first conference to cancel its men’s and women’s basketball tournament on March 10, just ahead of the quick spread of the virus in the Northeast.___The Detroit Tigers acknowledge an undisclosed number of players on the team have tested positive for the new coronavirus. Tigers general manager Al Avila said some of them were isolated, retested, and passed protocols to resume baseball activities. Avila said in a statement that those who tested positive “are being closely monitored by our medical staff and we hope to have them back on the field soon.“Avila added that the team will not identify players who are unable to participate in workouts due to non-work-related injuries. The team kept Reyes away from Progressive Field as a precaution after he attended a holiday gathering without wearing a mask. The Indians learned of Reyes’ off-field actions from social media.Manager Terry Francona says Reyes was re-tested for the coronavirus and may now participate in training camp. He is scheduled to take batting practice Wednesday and speak to the media on Thursday.Also, Indians outfielder Delino DeShields Jr., who tested positive for COVID-19, is traveling to Cleveland after he had one negative test. The team says DeShields experience minor symptoms from the virus. He’ll be tested again when he arrives and can rejoin his teammates as long as he doesn’t test positive again.DeShields is in his first season with the Indians, who acquired him in December from Texas in the trade involving ace Corey Kluber.___ The team says season ticket holders will be offered the same seats in 2021, and money already spent for this season can be used for next year or refunded upon request.Because of the coronavirus pandemic, NFL games this season are expected to be held without fans or in front of a greatly reduced audience.According to an email sent Wednesday by the Ravens to the owners of Personal Seat Licenses, the team speculated that stadium capacity — if fans are allowed — would be fewer than 14,000 seats per game.If fans are permitted to attend, seats would be sold on a game-by-game basis with season ticket holders receiving a priority opportunity to purchase in advance of any public sale.___ Guerra is one of four Arizona players to test positive and had not participated in summer camp since its start last week.Guerra said his first test for the virus was negative, but his second about 10 days ago was positive. He returned after testing negative twice in 24 hours.Guerra signed with the Diamondbacks last offseason after spending the previous four seasons in Milwaukee.___Ohio State has paused voluntary workouts by athletes of seven sports on campus after getting the results of its most recent coronavirus testing. Northwestern’s game against Wisconsin scheduled for Nov. 7 at Wrigley Field is being moved on campus to Ryan Field because of uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Northwestern announced the decision Wednesday after consulting with the Chicago Cubs, state and local authorities and the Big Ten Conference. Athletic director Jim Phillips cited the possibility of a limited crowd at the famed ballpark even if fans were allowed. He called it “a disappointing conclusion to reach” and said the Wildcats hope to play there again “with a packed house.”In 2010, Northwestern played Illinois in the first college football game at Wrigley Field since 1938. The Wildcats have since played baseball and lacrosse games there.___ The team did not specify whether the three that tested positive were players, coaches or staff. The Mariners said all three are asymptomatic and are currently quarantined.___Wisconsin says seven of its athletes have tested positive for the new coronavirus since the school started testing them a month ago.School officials previously had said two tested positive out of the 117 athletes who were part of the initial group of tests. The school now has conducted 428 total tests. ___Milwaukee Bucks general manager Jon Horst says the group that travels to Florida on Thursday for the resumption of the season at Walt Disney World likely won’t include the team’s entire 35-person traveling party.The Bucks closed their practice facility in Milwaukee after receiving results of their Friday coronavirus testing. Horst declined to say whether the positive test came from a Bucks player or another member of the traveling party.The Bucks owned an NBA-leading 53-12 record when play was halted in mid-March due to the pandemic. They return to action July 31 against the Boston Celtics.___ The school said in a statement Wednesday night that workouts have been paused for football, men’s and women’s basketball, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball.The university said it isn’t sharing cumulative COVID-19 information publicly to avoid identifying specific individuals and compromise medical privacy.A student that tests positive for COVID-19 will self-isolate for at least 14 days and receive daily check-ups from the Department of Athletics medical staff. ___The Seattle Mariners say they had three positive tests for the new coronavirus among 122 Tier 1 and Tier 2 individuals that received initial intake tests before the start of summer camp workouts last week. The Chicago White Sox are giving fans the opportunity to purchase cardboard cutouts of themselves that will be displayed at Guaranteed Rate Field during the team’s season-opening homestand.The cutouts cost $49 and will be available while supplies last. Proceeds will benefit the team’s charitable arm.The White Sox open with a three-game series against the Minnesota Twins starting on July 24.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports NASCAR in August will move its road course race from Watkins Glen in upstate New York because of state health restrictions, and the event will shift instead to the road course at Daytona International Speedway. The move means the Cup Series will make its debut on Daytona’s road course, which is used by the IMSA sports car series and incorporates part of the famed 2.5-mile oval. The race on Aug. 16 was a necessary move from Watkins Glen because NASCAR cannot meet New York’s quarantine requirements for out-of-state visitors.___The Baltimore Ravens have informed season ticket holders that their seats will not available this year. Wisconsin isolates individuals who test positive, and the athletic department’s infection response team monitors their recoveries.School officials aren’t specifying which sports are affected by the positive tests.___The Ivy League has placed all sports on hold for the rest of the year for its eight schools because of the coronavirus pandemic.The Ivy League becomes the first Division I conference to make the move, which affects the start of basketball season. The league is leaving open the possibility of moving some seasons to the spring if the virus outbreak is better controlled by then. The Latest: D-Backs’ Guerra returns after negative test July 8, 2020 Stanford has announced it’s eliminating 11 varsity sports programs after the 2020-21 academic year.Programs affected include men’s and women’s fencing, field hockey, lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing, squash, synchronized swimming, men’s volleyball and wrestling. The university is the first Power Five school to cut any sports programs. It also said Wednesday that it’s eliminating the jobs of 20 support staff as part of the realignment. ___Cleveland Indians outfielder Franmil Reyes has been cleared by the team’s medical staff to return to the field after being isolated for attending a party over the July Fourth weekend. Associated Press ___North Carolina says it has paused voluntary football workouts for at least a week after reporting 37 positive test results for the new coronavirus among school athletes, coaches and staff.The school announced results Wednesday following 429 tests administered to athletes, coaches and athletics staff as they began returning to campus last month. That followed a plan that included athletes receiving multiple tests and a phased return for the school’s varsity programs running from June through early August.The school didn’t specify which programs were impacted beyond announcing the pause to football workouts, though it said the Orange County Health Department had identified a cluster of five or more related cases.It’s unclear exactly what date football workouts will resume.
Published on October 11, 2012 at 12:53 am Contact Melissa: email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+ The Syracuse men’s team has placed first in all three of its meets so far this season.That streak will be challenged on Friday when the No. 10 Orange travels to Madison,Wis., to compete in the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational.SU is set to compete with 20 of the top 30 teams in the country. Placing first will be a little more difficult in this invitational.“It won’t be like this anymore,” SU head coach Chris Fox said. “It will be spread out from fifth place to 100th place.”Fox said this will be an individual race. In the past invitationals, Syracuse pack-raced, which is a team-oriented style of running, leading to a sea of Orange harriers consecutively crossing the finish line together.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPack running is a strategy the men’s team has used for the past couple of years. Based on seniority and the depth of the team — there is only one true freshman — creating a pack mentality was easy. The team members work out in big groups to give everyone the experience of running in a pack and the feel of running as a unit.“They definitely gear all of our training for that workout,” redshirt freshman Andrew Bennison said. “To make sure we stick together in workouts and are sticking together if someone is having a bad day.”Bennison found himself falling behind in the Toledo Bubble Buster Invitational, not placing in the Top 10 with the other Syracuse harriers.“Normally I’m with the pack,” Bennison said. “That was just a bad race for me.”Placing fourth in the Harry Lang Invitational and eighth at the Dartmouth Invitational, Bennison knows what it’s like to finish with his teammates.“You just get that huge confidence boost when you’re running with eight, nine or 10 guys around you,” Bennison said.Fox has run all his eligible runners, but his top seven are not quite defined. Each race, a different harrier leads the pack. At Colgate it was redshirt senior Griff Graves. At Dartmouth it was junior Joe Whelan. And most recently at Toledo it was redshirt Martin Hehir.Fox credits the team for following the plan well this season. In each race, the SU runners have gone to the front of the pack and kept a consistent pace in the first half, and came out tougher the second.“We wanted to go out front and dominate the races because we thought we were the best team in these couple races,” Fox said.But SU will be tested as the level of competition will intensify at this point in the season. Though pack running is comforting for the team and described as easier because it helps runners maintain contact with teammates, it may be difficult to execute against elite competition.Pack running is also an attitude and intimidation factor the Orange hopes to bring to Wisconsin, but they may have a few other tricks in store.“There’s a little more strategy in the one at Wisconsin and a little less strategy in those,” Fox said. “They’ve run well, but Friday we’ll see how good they are.” Comments
Clare look set to contest the red card handed to Jamie Malone in last weekends draw with Tipperary.He faces a proposed 2 match ban after pushing Tipp senior football coach Shane Stapleton.Clare manager Colm Collins has confirmed his side will contest the red card given to the Banner’s Jamie Malone in last weekend’s draw with Tipperary at Cusack Park, Ennis. Malone was sent off early in the second half of play for a push on Tipp coach and selector Shane Stapleton.Stapleton hit his head on concrete as a result of Malone’s actions – and while he initially got back to his feet, he collapsed moments later and had to be taken to hospital where he was kept overnight as a precaution.Clare’s appeal has to be in by Friday morning but isn’t expected to be heard until next week.Meanwhile, Clare manager Colm Collins will not appeal a proposed four week sideline ban he received as a result of a verbal exchange with the linesman following the red card incident.
The communique reads in part: “The General Assembly delegates unanimously ratified the appointment made by immediate past president, Harrison Jalla, which endorsed Larry Kubeinje’s appointment as the acting president of NANF and other principal officers. “The delegates also supported all actions and activities of the Kubeinje led NANF in its resolves to champions the cause of improving the welfare of all its members.”The delegates indeed charged the new leadership to be focused on sustainable projects and schemes that will improve the deplorable status of footballers in the country while contributing its quota to the development of football in Nigeria.no fewer than 17 members were present at this year’s meeting and they include, Femi Abioye, Clement Temile, Monday Odiaka, Udobia Udobia, Segun Oguns among others.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The General Assembly of the National Association of Nigerian Footballers has endorsed the appointment of Larry Kubeinje as the association’s acting president.This was contained in a communique signed after the body’s Annual General Assembly held at Bridgelink Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos on December 16.