STS9 Lets Loose For Two Great Shows At The Wiltern In Los Angeles [Gallery/Audio]

first_imgLoad remaining images Timeless jam group STS9 got to work in Los Angeles, CA last weekend, playing two packed shows at the renowned Wiltern Theatre for their loyal fans. The band continues to set the tone as one of the premier groups fusing live and electronic music, and held it down for two great dance parties in the Golden State.One of the biggest stories of the weekend was the unannounced departure of Lighting Director Saxton Waller, who quietly vacated his position as the band welcomed their newest LD, Tiberius, for these performances. Though the lighting direction may have changed hands, the music was left in the capable hands of the musicians on stage, and they delivered two blow out performances.You can catch full audio of the second night embedded here, as taped by Pat Myers, as well as the setlists and a full photo gallery from Brandon Weil below.Setlist: STS9 | Wiltern Theatre | Los Angeles, CA | 1/20/17Set 1: Political speech sample, Click Lang Echo> Rent, Instantly> 4 Year Puma> Instantly, Golden Gate, Out Of This World, CircusSet 2: March> Moonsocket (Modular intro), Worry No More (Jam w/ tech failure), Blu Mood, Worry No More, To The World, We’ll Meet In Our Dreams, New Dawn, New Day, When The Dust SettlesEncore: PoseidonSetlist: STS9 | Wiltern Theatre | Los Angeles, CA | 1/21/17Set 1: Modular intro> Kamuy> Get Loud> Kamuy, Give & Take, Equinox, Totem> In Due Time> World Go Round, GrowSet 2: MOD, Walk To The Light> Gobnugget, Surreality> EB, Be Nice, Inspire Strikes Back, Sun, Moon, & StarsEncore: The Rabblelast_img read more

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Eggy Cleans Up With “Tumbledown Boogie” Ahead Of Tumble Down Festival Performance [Watch]

first_imgThe men of New Haven, CT’s Eggy are making sure their jams are squeaky clean ahead of their performance at Twiddle‘s Tumble Down festival, set to take place on Friday, July 27th and Saturday, July 28th on the shores of Lake Champlain at Burlington, VT’s Waterfront Park.Today, the four-piece shared a new video clip titled “The Tumbledown Boogie”, a saloon-style theme song for the upcoming festival. In it, the band’s members—bassist Mike Goodman, guitarist Jake Brownstein, drummer Alex Bailey, and keyboardist Dani Battat—rinse off in their respective showers as they croon the catchy tune’s lyrics, thrown together at the tail end of a rehearsal earlier this week. Watch Eggy’s “Tumbledown Boogie” below:Eggy – “The Tumbledown Boogie” [Video: EGGYlivemusic; Edited by Adam Soltis]Notes Jake Brownstein, “As a band, we couldn’t be happier to be playing Tumble Down this year. It’s an honor to be able to share our music in such a beautiful environment amongst some of our musical heroes and friends.” He continues, explaining the “classic Eggy thought process” that produced the idea for the video:Egg 1: “Oh we can’t film this together?”Egg 2: “It’s okay, we’ll just do selfie videos outside!”Egg 3: “Yeah, but we’d all have to do it at the same time of day so the sky looks the same”Egg 4: “You’re right… let’s just film it in the shower then!” Check out the lyrics below:Eggy – “Tumble Down Boogie” LyricsHey Vermont did you hear the news?There’s a little party going on in your neck of the woodsIf you’re looking for an adventure you can end your huntGet on down to the sound on the waterfrontGather around one and allWe’re gonna get together and have a ballBring a friend and come aroundCause it’s all going on at Tumble DownDon’t think twice, I mean how could you not?When all your favorite bands are playing the lake in VermontC’mon now you’ve got to be insaneNot to tumbledown on Lake ChamplainTumble Down on Lake ChamplainTumble Down on Lake ChamplainView LyricsWhile their hygiene skills are clearly on point, Eggy does their best work onstage, where their highly trained musicianship, thoughtful songwriting, four-part harmonies, and seasoned group improvisational abilities are on full display. “It was a ton of fun making this video,” says Brownstein, “but if you think you’ve seen it all, well, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”Don’t miss Eggy when they take the stage at Tumble Down on Friday, July 27th. Grab your tickets here. In addition to their recently announced summer tour dates, Eggy is preparing a very special tribute to Little Feat with help from members of Deep Banana Blackout and Legion of Jerry set for Friday, August 10th, at The Acoustic in Bridgeport, CT. As Brownstein explains, “We’ve been having a blast diving into their catalog so you can definitely expect to hear some tunes of theirs, as well as some music from our upcoming album due to be released later this year.”You can take a taste of Eggy below with this live video from their performance at The Acoustic earlier this year. If you like what you hear, you can listen to the full show here, and check out a full list of Eggy’s upcoming shows here.Eggy – “City Lights” > “The Stake” > “In It For The Ride” > “The Vortex”[Video: EGGYlivemusic]Setlist: Eggy | The Acoustic | Bridgeport, CT | 1/20/18Set One: City Lights > The Stake* > In It For The Ride > The Vortex, Upside Down**, Onitsuka TigerSet Two: The Music Never Stopped^, Cicada Sings, Zaboomafoo% > Yuck!, Golden Gate DancerEncore: Buying TimeNotes:* Steve Miller Band cover, Eggy debut** Original, debut^ Grateful Dead cover% Zaboomafoo theme songlast_img read more

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A mirror to coercion

first_imgCompleting an inquiry that began in 2009, on Tuesday the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released a long-awaited executive summary of its still-classified report on the broad use of torture techniques against suspected terrorist detainees by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.The summary report paints a grim and disturbing portrait, depicting a rogue agency that for years operated covert detention sites around the world, where as many as 119 prisoners suspected of being al-Qaida affiliates or sympathizers were subjected to brutal, even sadistic treatment at the hands of largely unqualified and unsupervised CIA personnel and private contractors. The document concludes that, to keep the program running, the CIA routinely misled lawmakers, the president, and the public about the scope and severity of its activities, and the value of the intelligence that such treatment yielded. As general counsel for the Department of the U.S. Navy during much of the administration of President George W. Bush, Alberto Mora was an early critic of new authorizations by Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to allow the CIA to use waterboarding and other coercive interrogation techniques long viewed under U.S. and international law as illegal. Citing an improper legal basis for such authorizations, Mora helped lead an effort within the Pentagon in 2004 to try to halt the program. Now a fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard Kennedy School studying the effects that the torture program has had on U.S. foreign policy, Mora spoke with the Gazette about the report summary and what the findings suggest for the country’s future diplomatic and national security prospects.GAZETTE: You tried to get the Pentagon to dig into this a decade ago. What was your reaction to what you’ve read so far? Was there anything that surprised you about this program, and if so, why?MORA: I’ve only just started reading the report, so I’m only about 100 pages into it. And of course, there’s the minority response to that which I haven’t even gotten a start [on], so most of what I’ve learned is from the commentary and the synopses and newspaper articles.Part of it is not surprising. To me, the overall conclusions are familiar in general, but all of it is surprising because of the depth of the brutality. The extent of it is truly much greater than even I imagined it to be. And this goes to how difficult it is to report this kind of issue, and how words can often mask the horror of these techniques. Like the “stress positions,” it rolls easily off the tongue, but to be shackled standing up for a week, it’s unthinkable — the physical effects, the trauma that something like that would create. It would not be considered one of the principle torture techniques, yet it is torture. That certainly continues to be a surprise and engenders a renewed sense of horror.Beyond that, the degree of the incompetence masquerading as pseudo-scientific interrogation is also staggering. The fact that these two [cited] psychologists had never interrogated anybody in their lives, had no expertise in the field whatsoever, had no Arabic language expertise, no expertise in the region, simply no background whatsoever, and yet they invented this program and sold it to the CIA for the staggering amount of $81 million over the course of the contract — and actually applied themselves some of these enhanced interrogation techniques — was a shock.As it was, the CIA personnel involved, many of them, had zero background in this, zero training in any of this, and yet they were the ones who were then administrating and executing the program. The lack of oversight on the part of the CIA, the lack of recordkeeping or accurate reporting not only to Congress but within the administration, demonstrates a program without core, without content other than simple brutality. This is what it appears to amount to, nothing beyond the application of brutality and cruelty to the prisoners in the hope that something will shake free — nothing more than that.Then, the fact that they misrepresented or did not fully report to the White House, to the president himself, to the Department of Justice, to the Secretary of State, and others in an attempt to circumvent or avoid congressional oversight is another truly shocking aspect of the report that represents a separate dimension that needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency.GAZETTE: Some former CIA officials, members of the Bush-Cheney administration, and others say the report is deeply flawed because the Senate Intelligence Committee didn’t interview relevant CIA leaders. And they overemphasized negative aspects of the program while understating the value of information obtained through the use of these techniques — intelligence they say has been vital to national security. Are those valid criticisms, and how credible is this report given what you know?MORA: I’m not quite sure how to assess that yet. Part of the reason that these people didn’t speak to the committee was because the CIA would not make them available. There was a fear of prosecution or prosecutorial exposure given the fact that when the Senate investigation started, the Justice Department was itself starting a review of possible prosecution of some of the CIA activities. So that’s what triggered … Republicans withdrawing from the investigation and the CIA not producing its individuals for questioning or dialogue with the committee staff.What the Democrats are saying is that, notwithstanding that they did not talk to or could not talk to the CIA officials, the committee relied on oral histories which are provided in prior oral testimony given by the key members of the interrogation committee. So, to the extent that that provided accurate testimony — and of course the CIA would know whether or not it was accurate and comprehensive — to the extent that it did, then the complaint that they were not talked to lacks real substance.Having said all of that, ordinarily one would have wanted to have had these individuals’ respond to the allegations as part of the investigative file. That’s customary. It’s regrettable that was not obtained, and the problem with that is that it lends the report to this kind of criticism, it seems to have perhaps at least a smidgen of surface validity or potential validity.GAZETTE: The CIA internally concluded decades ago that brutally coercive interrogation techniques like those described in the report too often produced unreliable information. Why then did the agency apparently resume these practices, and on such a broad scale?MORA: That goes to the incompetence of the agency and the fact that they weren’t really interested in a scientific approach to this. They were interested in applying brutality …GAZETTE: There still seems to be some debate, mostly political, over what constitutes torture and whether actions that were authorized by the president and/or the Department of Justice can be deemed criminal. What’s the law here; is this settled law?MORA: No, it’s not settled at all. I think one of the most important outcomes that any reasonable person can draw from the report is that the treatment of these detainees clearly constituted torture. The scope of the brutality is such that no reasonable person reading those kinds of techniques can have any doubt any longer whether or not this was torture. It was indisputably torture. The rectal hydrations, the rectal feedings, which were not medically required as the report reads, is nothing more than rape. The shackling to the walls for a week, the sleep deprivation for 180 hours, these are torture, and many more of these events were torture.Now, it is true that the Department of Justice [DOJ] gave them the green light to do so in what continues to be a shocking breach of professional ethics and legal professionalism. For all the heat that the CIA and the Defense Department have gotten, I think that we need to give much closer attention to the behavior and performance of the Justice Department in this period.What is clear is that from the president on down during the Bush administration, there was clear recognition that torture was a crime and that torture should be punished. There was never any deviation from that clear understanding, which only represents an articulation of what is black-letter law in the United States and everywhere else: Torture is a criminal act that will be prosecuted if committed. What happened was the Justice Department then redefined torture much more narrowly, allowing torture to take place, although under seeming legal cover. Going along with this is that even though Justice Department guidance and authorizations to the CIA were shocking, nonetheless they did provide some kinds of limits. One of the things I think people need to look at is the liability, or potential liability, of those who exceeded these very broad authorizations provided by the Department of Justice. It strikes me that if you exceeded the authorizations DOJ provided, then you are a candidate for prosecution.GAZETTE: In her foreword, committee chairwoman Sen. Dianne Feinstein doesn’t make any recommendations to Congress or President Barack Obama. Where could — or should — things go from here?MORA: My understanding is Feinstein and members of the committee are now considering remedial legislation across a range of areas. I haven’t heard yet what they’re thinking about. I would be surprised if it didn’t contain perhaps more-explicit definitions of what constitutes torture and what is prohibited activity, but I’m also virtually certain that it would contain legislation concerning effective oversight of the CIA.But I think we all need to digest the report. There’s in a sense too much material, too much that is new, for us to immediately jump to what the next step is going to be.In broad measure, this is the start of the reform process. This is the necessary accounting that the American people needed to have in order to then truly base their opinion as to what we did and whether it was wise and whether it was legal and whether it was moral on a factual accounting. We have that now largely, and we can draw the proper conclusions. One of them would be, for example, no longer using the euphemisms to describe this, but calling things by the proper names, and in this case it would be torture. And then, given that we tortured, how are we to respond to that kind of behavior?This is an opportunity for the American people to reconsider what our basic rights are concerning the right to be free from cruelty and whether we’re going to rededicate ourselves to a world and a country that is less cruel, not more cruel, and to determine our national direction on this critical aspect of our values.This interview was edited for length and clarity.last_img read more

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Electoral Integrity Project report analyzes the impact of populism

first_img Read Full Story A new report released by the Electoral Integrity Project (EIP), based at the University of Sydney and Harvard University, scrutinizes whether support for populism is rising or whether it has stalled, comparing elections in the United States, the Netherlands, France, the UK, and Germany. The EIP is directed Pippa Norris, the Paul. F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).The study suggests that populists heighten risks of electoral malpractices through three main mechanisms:Damaging public trust in the electoral process, such as where Trump’s supporters believe the president’s repeated claims, without evidence, of massive electoral fraud and vote rigging;Undermining international standards of electoral integrity and engaging in illegal malpractices, through practices such as corruption, coercion, and the lack of a level playing field as exemplified after populists came to power in the Philippines, Hungary and Turkey, as well as several specific cases of populist leaders violating electoral laws in Western democracies; andColluding with authoritarian interference in democratic contests abroad, including where populist candidates benefit from Russian cyber-attacks in the United States and France.Ranking elections worldwideThe report, drawing upon the Perceptions of Electoral Integrity dataset release 5.0, also ranks the integrity of elections globally, identifying numerous polls beset by gerrymandered boundaries, restrictions on the free press, ballot box fraud, violence, and the abuse of money in politics. The data suggests that problems of corruption and coercion are widespread.last_img read more

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Vermont state parks, forests and state-owned historic sites free June 13, 14

first_imgVermont Days 2009, June 13th and 14th, is the weekend to celebrate the arrival of summer and enjoy a free sample of Vermont s excellent fishing, state parks, forests, and historic and cultural resources.All weekend, all Vermont State Park day areas, state forests, state-owned historic sites, and the Vermont Historical Society Museum (Montpelier) will be open for FREE admission.  Saturday, June 13th is free fishing day  the day everyone is encouraged to go fishing in Vermont (no license required).  Sunday, June 14th, is a second day of free admission to state parks, state-owned historic sites, and a perfect day to explore Vermont’s lively forests.Vermont Days offers a great chance to gather with family and friends and discover part of Vermont that may be new to you, or reconnect with a place you haven t visited in a while. Or find yourself at your favorite Vermont spot, simply enjoying a free day. Locations and events are open and free for everyone both residents and nonresidents.Learn more about all the locations for Vermont Days celebrations by visiting the following sites:State Parks: www.vtstateparks.com(link is external) Historic Sites:www.historicvermont.org/sites(link is external) State Forests: www.vtforest.com(link is external).Download the official Vermont Days map showing historic sites, state parks, state forests, and more PDFOpen a new window on Vermont this year and explore all there is to see, do, and learn during the 2009 Vermont Days.Vermont Days is a free statewide event celebrating Vermont s natural resources and history brought to you by the Dept. of Forests, Parks & Recreation, Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, Division of Historic Preservation, Dept. of Tourism & Marketing, Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets, VT Arts Council, VT Information Centers, and many supportive state employees and volunteers.last_img read more

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Italian cities see bicycle boom after COVID-19 lockdown

first_imgThe subsidy, which kicked in on May 4 and runs to the end of the year, has accelerated a trend in place even in small centers where it is not available.”May has been an extraordinary month for the e-bike market,” Gian Franco Nanni, chief executive of Italian electric vehicle producer Askoll EVA told Reuters. “We have seen triple-digit growth in orders compared with a year ago.”With more than 34,600 deaths, Italy has the world’s fourth highest COVID-19 toll and authorities have warned the risk of infection is still high in crowded places.The government has set aside 120 million euros for its incentive plan, and has said it will make more funds available if needed. Italy has seen a surge in bicycle sales since the government ended its coronavirus lockdown as people steer clear of public transport and respond to government incentives to help the environment.Some 540,000 bikes have been sold nationwide since shops across the country reopened in early May, according to sector lobby Ancma, a 60% increase in the first month compared to the same period in 2019.To keep people off metros and buses and avoid road congestion, the government has offered to contribute up to 500 euros ($562.70) for city-dwellers who buy traditional or “pedal-assisted” electrical bicycles. Bicycle use has been traditionally popular in the flat northern cities of the Po Valley such as Bologna and Parma, but is now also becoming more frequent in cities further south.”We have sold more than 50 bikes since we reopened,” said Simone Lazzaretti, who runs the “Lazzaretti” bike shop in the hilly capital Rome, where bicycles had never really caught on as a means to get around town.”We’ve sold out of all the less expensive pedal-assisted models and only have top-of-the-range ones left, which cost around 2,500 euros,” he said. center_img Topics :last_img read more

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Unai Emery says he agreed Mesut Ozil exile with Arsenal top brass

first_imgUnai Emery says he agreed Mesut Ozil exile with Arsenal top brass Advertisement Mesut Ozil and Unai Emery are not seeing eye-to-eye (Picture: Rex Features)Unai Emery says that Mesut Ozil’s exile from the Arsenal first team was not only his decision, but agreed with the higher-ups at the Emirates.The German superstar, who earns £350,000-a-week in north London, has made just one Premier League appearance and one in the League cup this season.The 31-year-old has not even made it onto the substitutes’ bench for the last five Arsenal matches and appears to be completely out of Emery’s plans.With the Gunners struggling for consistency, in terms of performances and results, the decision to axe the World Cup winner has been questioned by fans and pundits alike.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHowever, Emery has looked to justify the move by saying that it was not just his choice, but a decision taken by the club as a whole and has the backing of the Arsenal hierarchy.‘Here we have one agreed strategy as a club and a team,’ said the Spaniard. ‘Because the most important thing is the club, the team and finding a performance. Comment Emery has agreed his stance on Emery with higher-ups at Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)‘Previously we were all speaking between us to take that decision. I know all the supporters want to know something [more] but now is not the moment.’There remains an air of mystery about Ozil’s absence from Emery’s first team plans, with the manager refusing to explain why he is not involved.The German was not given a chance in the Europa League on Thursday against Vitoria Guimaraes, and when questioned, Emery batted away the queries, saying: ‘Tonight is not the day to speak about that. He’s not in the squad. That is the decision tonight. Now we are going to work towards Sunday.’Former England midfielder Owen Hargreaves called for Arsenal to be more open about what the situation is, while Gunners legend Ian Wright admitted he does not know what the issue is, but hopes Ozil can get back into the starting XI.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 CityWhether he gets back into the team or not, Ozil has no intention of walking out on his mammoth contract with the club, with his contract running until 2021, which he signed last year.‘When I signed the new deal, I thought about it very carefully and said it was one of the most important decisions of my footballing career,’ Ozil said in conversation with The Athletic. ‘I didn’t want to stay for just one or two more years, I wanted to commit my future to Arsenal and the club wanted me to do the same.‘You can go through difficult times, like this, but that is no reason to run away and I’m not going to. I’m here until at least 2021.’Arsenal host Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon and Ozil is not expected to be involved once again.MORE: Ian Wright backs Mesut Ozil in ongoing battle with Arsenal manager Unai EmeryMORE: Mesut Ozil ready to snub transfer and try to out-last Unai Emery at Arsenal Phil HaighSaturday 26 Oct 2019 11:27 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link519Shares Advertisementlast_img read more

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The number of Brisbane suburbs with million dollar homes is steadily on the increase

first_img24 Nellie St, Camp Hill is listed for offers in the low $1 millions.THE list of Brisbane suburbs with million dollar medians is steadily on the increase, with more suburbs being added to the prestigious list every year.There are now 26 Queensland suburbs which have a median house price of $1 million or more, starting with Paddington where the median house price is $1,005,000 ranging up to Teneriffe which broke the $2 million median barrier last month with a median house price of $2,050,000.There are no million dollar medians in the unit market yet, although Eagle Farm comes the closest with a median unit price of $932,500.Despite the growing number of suburbs with million dollar medians, that sort of price tag still gets you plenty of bang for your buck compared to what it would in some of the southern capitals.24 Nellie St, Camp Hill. Picture: realestate.com.auAt 24 Nellie St, Camp Hill, an offer in the low $1 millions will get you a four bedroom home listed through Joanna Gianniotis of Place – Bulimba.The fully renovated home has city views and is on a 506sq m block of land. There are polished timber floors and airconditioning.The main bedroom has two built in wardrobes.In Clayfield 24 Hockings St, is listed with a $1,100,000 price tag through Susanne Forbes of Belle Property – Wilston.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago24 Hockings St, Clayfield. Picture: realestate.com.auThe five-bedroom home has open plan living spaces and the kitchen connects to the large back deck which overlooks the swimming pool.The home is on a 551sq m parcel of land. It has a second living area or rumpus room downstairs which is serviced by its own bathroom and toilet.53 Beazley Circuit, Bridgeman Downs. Picture: realestate.com.auAt Bridgeman Downs offers of more than $1.15 million will secure a four-bedroom home at 53 Beazley Circuit.The home is listed through Sonya Treloar of Ray White — Bridgeman Downs.All four bedrooms are on the upper level of the home and the main bedroom has a private balcony with views to the mountains in the distance.53 Beazley Circuit, Bridgeman Downs. Picture: realestate.com.auThe bathroom has a custom made bath and double sized shower. There is an informal lounge area with laminate flooring.On the lower level is a dedicated media room set well away from the main living areas.last_img read more

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New Burleigh development a sellout months before its completion date

first_imgRender of One Burleigh.NEW Burleigh Heads development One Burleigh Headland has sold out with Gold Coasters the biggest group of buyers.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe combination of a rare location and north-facing ocean views in a boutique, luxury project resulted in the development selling out months ahead of its expected completion date in January, 2018. A majority of local buyers — some living as close as 100m away from the new site — recognised the value of the development. It is the first time in nearly 30 years that brand new apartments are being built on the headland. Velocity Property Group managing director Brendon Ansell said all of the buyers were owner-occupiers.“The One Burleigh Headland residents will value this address for its balance between the privacy created by being surrounded by the natural greenery of the national park and its closeness to the lifestyle, restaurants and amenities of Burleigh,” Mr Ansell said.“At One Burleigh Headland we have taken considerable time and investment in our design to complement the environment rather than take away from it, which will result in residents almost being hidden in the hillside where they can get sanctuary and quiet and not be exposed to the many people on the beach in front of them.”last_img read more

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Drunken man stabbed to death

first_imgHis 64-year-oldneighbor Wilfredo Condor was tagged suspect. This promptedCondor to stab Cañete using a bladed weapon. BACOLOD City –A drunken man was stabbed to death in Barangay 13, Victorias City, NegrosOccidental. According topolice investigators, an altercation happened between Cañete and his wife.Condor tried to pacify the both, but he was pushed by the former into a fence. The victim wasrushed to the Immaculate Concepcion Health Center in the city where he waslater declared dead. Police identifiedthe fatality as 23-year-old resident Noel Cañete. The suspect,meanwhile, was detained in the custodial facility of the Victorias City policestation, facing charges./PNlast_img read more

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