14-year-old to face murder charges for New York
14-year-old to face murder charges for stabbing a college student to death
New York police have announced that they have arrested a 14-year-old boy on Saturday who fatally stabbed a teenage woman during a brutal Manhattan robbery. The incident took place two months ago that stunned the city. Rashaun Weaver was taken into custody on Friday night. This arrest came into light after a 13-year-old boy was arrested in December in connection with 18-year-old Tessa Majors’ murder at Barnard College. According to the reports, Majors was stabbed multiple times on 11th December when he was walking through Harlem’s Morningside Park close to her school. She was rushed to the hospital where she was declared dead. Majors, who were from Charlottesville, Virginia, was a freshman at the all-women college. Unlike the 13-year-old, whose case is being prosecuted in family court, Vance said Weaver is being charged in criminal court as an adult.
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Seppi and Edmund to meet in final of New York Open
Edmund had reached his third ATP Tour decider and first since 2018. He defeated Miomir Kecmanovic in the semi-final within a straight 6-1 6-4 set. It took him only 71 minutes to beat him, converting three of seven breakpoints. On the other side, Seppi defeated Jason Jung in straight 6-2 6-2 sets. Seppi is a three-time title winner on the ATP tour. He last won the tournament in 2012. At the Argentina Open, Norwegian eighth seed Casper Ruud overcame Juan Ignacio Londero 4-6 7-5 6-1 in their semi-final. Into his second ATP final, Ruud will face Pedro Sousa after the lucky loser's run continued.
14 Year old boy charged with Murder in Tessa Majors Killings.
The brutal murder case of Tessa Majors has taken a new turn. In the latest turn of events, a 14-year old boy has been charged with the murder. The boy is accused of fatally stabbing the victim during a park robbery in December. Majors was a student of Bernard College, and the incident reportedly took place near her school. District Attorney of Manhattan, Cyrus R Vance Jr, has informed that the accused, Rashaun Weaver, will be charged as an adult. Two counts of second-degree murder and several counts of robbery have been charged on Cyrus.
The Investigators have stood on their stance since the beginning that the accused wielded the weapon after Ms. Major bit the hand of Cyrus during a violent struggle. The body of Ms. Majors was found outside Morningside Park at night on 11th December. The arrest has relaxed the police department, which had immense pressure to solve the case.
New York Giants should consider these two tackle prospect in the second draft on NFL 2020.
The 4th overall pick of the NFL 2020 draft is held by the New York Giants this year. The team already has Clemson as a standout linebacker, and they also have Isaiah Simmons on the board. General Manager Dave Gettleman might not be worried about the draft. However, there is a high probability that the Giants might trade a few trade slots in exchange for capital from the teams which are in dire need of a QuarterBack.
The teams looking for a Quarterback are Dolphins and Chargers. The Manager of the side might opt to sign an offensive tackler in the group. Two prime options for the Manager are Austin Jackson from OT, USC, who is being touted as a 1st or 2nd round pick. Another option could also lie with Trey Adams of OT Washington.
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New Jersey Police Collected Unexpected Escapees
New Jersey police recently received a very surprising call. The caller reported two unexpected escapees. The Toms River police on Thursday morning responded to a call in which it was said that two sheep were roaming in the North Dover section of town. Officers Walt Herman, Eric Nelson, and Ron Bayer got hold the sheep who was loose for a while. The four-legged "fugitives" were carefully taken back to their respective places into the back of the patrol car. With he help of Animal Control, the sheep was taken to the shelter and was finally returned to their owner.
For Cheating Sandy-Damaged Homeowners, NJ Contractor Sentenced
A contractor was given three years sentence in state prison. Reason - he stole $450,000+ from 19 homeowners. He failed to repair the properties of these homeowners in New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy.
George LaRosa, the owner/operator of GL Construction, aged 50, a resident of Barnegat, has been asked to pay restitution. This will go to his victims. In September, he had pleaded guilty to theft by deception. After Superstorm Sandy, he entered into contracts with nineteen homeowners throughout Lacey Township, Stafford Township, Long Beach Township, Toms River Township, Little Egg Harbor, and Ship Bottom. He promised to repair the homes which would be ravaged by the storm.
The prosecutors of Ocean County said LaRosa used their money for personal use, thereby, failing to do the work he promised. Further, he even closed his company. Overall in restitution, LaRosa will have to pay $456,000.
Money being raised for New York by Auburn CAPA Choir.
New York's Carnegie Hall is one of the most famous venues for musical performances. It soon could see the addition of a little Rockford flavor. However, if the Auburn CAPA choir wants to perform at the venue, they will have to raise some funds. The Auburn CAPA choir performed at the Rockford meeting this week and surprised the Board with their exhilarating performance.
The choir performed an acapella version of stand by me. The group has a target to raise $10,000in order to perform at Carnegie Hall and therefore, can be spotted performing singing telegrams. The group is about half of their goal and have set up a 'fund me' page to reach their target. A recent video uploaded by the group on Facebook has reached 30,000 views.
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Deliberations to continue in trial of former president
The day was ended by a jury with no verdict in the case of sexual assault case against Ari Goldstein, former Temple University fraternity president. The 23-year-old is facing charges on the accusation of sexually assaulting one woman while attempting to assault another. Out of these two woman, claimed that although she had consensual sex with him one time back in 2017 but it later became aggressive and she was forced into doing sexual acts even after saying no. Other woman says in 2018 Goldstein welcomed her to his house to smoke cannabis. She asserts he nailed her down and endeavored to explicitly assault her. She says she let him know that she did not wanted to do it and then ran out. All through the preliminary Goldstein has kept up his innocence and his lawyer says the charges are bogus. Investigators contend Goldstein was foolish and didn't stop when the ladies said no to him. Jury considerations are required to proceed with Tuesday morning.
Suspects seen firing in video, wounding 2 in West Philadelphia
Analysts have discharged new observation video showing the minutes paving the way to a twofold shooting in West Philadelphia. The video shows two men moving toward the unfortunate casualties as they sat on the walkway, on the 100 square of North Ruby Street back on January fifteenth. One of the two, at that point, starts shooting at short proximity, while different takes shots at them from in the middle of two vehicles. The two people who faced the firing were injured. On the off chance that you have any data on the shooting, or perceive two other men who were in the zone at that point, you are requested to contact police.
Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery sale approved by Judge
On Thursday, Hilco Redevelopment Partners authoritatively gained the Philadelphia Energy Solutions processing plant. The Chicago-based land designer won the offer to procure the 1,300-acre of land processing plant that was the site of a blast and fire back in June. A judge officially approved the deal Thursday evening. Philadelphia Energy Solutions shut down after a June 21, 2019 fire and blast and went bankrupt after that. The treatment facility was the biggest oil-handling office on the East Coast and had been in activity for a long time.
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JNU students protest at Jantar Mantar against CAA
On Monday, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student union president Ishi Ghosh and other students protested at Jantar Mantar against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Citizenship Register (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR). Also, the students raised slogans regarding the release of Sharjeel and Dr. Kafeel Khan.
During the darshan, Aishi Ghosh said that when the children were dying due to lack of oxygen at a government hospital in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, a doctor provided oxygen to the government hospital on his own.
A sedition case has been filed against such a doctor, Kafeel Ahmed Khan, and he is put in jail. Also, Sharajeel Imam has been jailed on the basis of fake videos.
The JNU president demanded the release of doctors Kafeel Ahmed Khan and Sharjeel Imam, saying that as a student of JNU, it is their responsibility to stand up against the atrocities happening in the country.
He said that the voice of JNU students against CAA, NRC and NPR reached the government, which is why they have gathered here.
Nirbhya Case : New death warrant issued
In the Nirbhaya case, the Patiala House Court has today issued a new death warrant in the name of the culprits. Now all the culprits will be hanged at 6 am on March 3. The court has issued a death warrant in this case for the third time.
After this decision, Nirbhaya's mother's statement Asha Devi said, "I am not very happy because this is the third time that the death warrant of the convicts has been issued." We have struggled a lot, so I am satisfied that the death warrant was finally issued. I hope the culprits will be hanged on 3 March.
Earlier, the court had issued a death warrant on January 7, according to which the culprits were to be hanged on January 22 at seven in the morning. After this, a new death warrant was issued again on January 17, according to which the culprits were to be hanged at 7 am on February 1.
This date was also canceled at the end of January and the execution date was barred until another order. However, after a Supreme Court order on February 14, the way for the lower court to issue a new death warrant was cleared.
Пианистка из Азербайджана победила в международном конкурсе.
Зейналова Лейла пианистка из Азербайджана, стала обладательницей гран-при международного Нарвского конкурса молодых пианистов имени Шопена в две тысячи двадцатом году.
В этом конкурсе участвовал сорок один исполнитель из пятнадцати стран Европы. Помимо гран-при наша пианистка получила приз за лучшее исполнение произведений вышеуказанного композитора, а также приз Министерства культуры Польши. Также нашу пианистку пригласили на фестиваль в Таллин, который пройдет этой осенью.
Теперь у нашего таланта появилась, благодаря этому конкурсу, возможность выступать с своими концертами в Европе.
“ Благодаря этому конкурсу я имею старт на международной арене. Я испытываю большую радость что смогла достойно представить свою страну”, - сказала Зейналова.
Так же отметим что в октябре прошлого года пианистка получила первую премию и три приза международного конкурса который проходил в Риге.