Informant arrested for “Unspeakable Abu New York City
Informant arrested for “Unspeakable Abuse.”
Lawrence Ray, who is a federal informant whose information helped in arresting a former NYPD commissioner, was arrested by FBI on the charges of sex trafficking. The prosecutor said during his statement in court that Ray targeted a group of college students and others for indoctrination and criminal exploitation. Ray is currently facing multiple charges including extortion, extortion conspiracy, sex trafficking, forced labour, forced labour trafficking, forced labour conspiracy, use of interstate commerce to promote unlawful activity and money laundering, among others.
Ray is accused of abusing students of the university at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville where his daughter studied. He was arrested in New Jersey with one of his alleged victims and his daughter in his apartment. According to the reports he lived with some of the victims, first on the campus housing and then in Manhattan among other locations.
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Three planes break records, all thanks to extreme tailwinds.
According to reports, three planes originating from New York broke the previous records and covered the distance between New York and London in just five hours. The aircrafts belonged to UK carriers British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. The current supersonic record for this route is held by British Airways and the Concorde at two hours 52 minutes.
The subsonic record was previously held by Norwegian Air that covered the distance at just over five hours. The tailwinds that brought down flight time on flights heading from west to east. Faster than normal jet stream formed because of Storm Ciara gave many aircraft flying transatlantic routes a favorable tailwind and reduced the flight time dramatically.
Façade collapse resulted in closedown of NYC street, with no injuries reported.
A pile of debris was left on the street in Manhattan after a façade collapsed. The authorities had to close down the road. The incident took place on West 20th Street and 9th Avenue in Chelsea. According to the reports, debris on the sidewalk came from the decorative arch over the doorway of a building.
NYC Department of Buildings issued a statement in which they said that they are taking the case very seriously. A full investigation is underway, and whoever was in violations will be apprehended by the enforcement department, if necessary. The owners of the building are responsible for maintaining the façade of their building. The department will make sure that the building owners take the responsibility seriously. No injuries were reported.
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Occupied school bus accident in Belt Parkway
On Wednesday morning a school bus, having children on board met with an accident near 150th Street in Queens, around 7.30 Am.
Chopper 4 was the first to arrive on the scene. Later police, firefighters and ambulance gathered around the school bus that was off the side road.
In the surveillance video it was shown that many students were being escorted toward the ambulance. No such serious injuries, they were able to walk.
The eastbound right lane on the Belt Parkway remains blocked as first responders assess the incident. No further information is available.
Facade collapsed, NYC Street shut down, no injuries were reported
On West 20th Street and 9th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan a facade collapsed leaving a pile of debris on a city sidewalk Monday morning and prompted the closure of a street. No injuries were reported. The debris came from the decorative arch over the doorway of a building recorded by chopper 4.
"We take this extremely seriously. We are conducting a full investigation and will issue violations and take additional enforcement actions. Building owners are responsible for maintaining the facade of their building and we will work to ensure owners take that responsibility seriously," the NYC Department of Buildings said in a statement.
According to the NYC Department of Buildings, the building was marked as a landmark, located in the Chelsea Historic District. DOB records showed no recent and historical complaint against the collapse. The collapse prompted the closure of West 20th Street between 8th and 9th avenues.
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For cheating scandals Astros players should be punished, 90% of American believes, survey reports
In a survey conducted in a recent past, calls out to punish Astro players for their scandals in the game. 90% American agree on it, with slight variations among genders, 94% of women agree and 86% of men agree.
The survey was conducted online on Jan. 30 and Jan. 31 and included more than 1,000 respondents from a random sample of American adults across the United States.
While 48% Americans believe that if the punishments handed down to leadership will result in changing player behavior. But 74% say that leadership punishment will lead to organizational changes that enabled the cheating.
86% are in favor to strengthening the position of whistle-blowers. It will encourage early identification of problems.
These findings are from a national poll of Americans conducted by Eagle Hill Consulting.
Chicago O’Hare Airport to pop-up Nintendo Switch Lounge
A Nintendo Switch Lounge will pop-up in Chicago Airport, Terminal One, Concourse B between Gates B12 and B14 from the coming Monday till 29th March 2020.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mark Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Party and Tetris 99, are some of the games that the lounge will be featuring along with comfortable seating, charging ports and kiosks to order products.
"Spending time with Nintendo games at our On The Go lounges will give people the opportunity to begin or end their journeys with a smile," said Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
The lounges will also be available at airports in Seattle and Washington D.C. as well.