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Gondo, who is nicknamed “G Money,” laid out in detail on Wednesday what members of the Gun Trace Task Force were really doing under the color of law.

In a clear, steady voice, Gondo described for a federal jury how he used his position as a Baltimore police officer to steal money and drugs, and lie to cover his crimes. currency, drugs, firearms.”

Prosecutor: “How much did you steal?”

Gondo: “Over $100,000 probably.”

Gondo is one of eight former members of the gun squad who were indicted on federal corruption charges. He shed new light on how easily they stole overtime,
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saying, “Half the squad might be off, the other half working. If they got a gun, we all got paid.”

Now a witness for the government, Gondo described how he used his police power to hook up with and protect an accused drug dealer, one of his friends. He and his partner, Jemell Rayam, who testified Wednesday afternoon, teamed up with an accused dealer to pull off a home invasion of another drug dealer in 2015. He had experience running into people’s homes to rob,” Gondo said.

Rayam also pleaded guilty in the federal corruption case earlier this month.

Gondo said a Baltimore police tracking device was used to know when the home invasion target was away. Money and drugs were taken, and some of the drugs were later sold in a nursing home.

Gondo testified against five men charged with distributing heroin. Gondo said one man is a friend who he tried to tip off and protect from the head of the gun squad, Sgt. Wayne Jenkins. Gondo said Jenkins’ tactics were way out of line.

“Jenkins was reckless, out of control, putting citizens at risk, overly aggressive. I never saw anything like it,” Gondo said.

On recorded phone calls, Gondo and one of the accused dealers refer to Jenkins as “code red,” so nicknamed because Jenkins was so reckless, Gondo said.
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Kaley Cuoco Sweeting managed to keep her two year romance with Johnny Galecki a secret until after they broke up, but her 10 day fling with Man of Steel’s Henry Cavill was as high profile as it gets.

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The parenting advice PSA encourages parents not to force their kids to hug relatives. Girl Scouts are advising parents to have conversations with their young daughters and let them decide for themselves how they want to handle affection. This comes at the start of the holiday season and amidst a national spotlight on sexual harassment and consent.

The holidays are for family get togethers, stories, and traditions; a time when love is spread and embraces exchanged. But the Girl Scouts of America says it could, without parents even realizing it, also be a time when your daughter gets the wrong idea about consent and physical affection.

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“Have you ever insisted, just got here go give him a big hug! or gave you that nice toy, go give her a kiss, when you were worried your child might not offer affection on her own? If yes, you might want to reconsider the urge to do that in the future.””Forcing a child to hug someone? That really makes no sense to me. But rather, encouraging a child to learn how to think about what they want to do and then want to hug people that are in their lives,” St. Luke’s Children’s Center for Neurobehavioral Medicine clinical social worker, Jayne Krumm, said. says telling your daughter she should hug someone because she hasn’t seen them in a while or they gave her a gift could set the stage for emotional consequences later down the line.

“We really have to think about the mixed messages we’re giving to children and then think: what really does this child need?” Krumm added.

Girl Scouts says it could lead to a young girl questioning whether she “owes” someone “any type of physical affection when they’ve bought her dinner or done something else seemingly nice for her”.

notion of consent may seem very grown up and like something that doesn pertain to children, Girl Scouts developmental psychologist Dr. Andrea Bastiani Archibald said in their parenting advice post, the lessons girls learn when they young about setting physical boundaries and expecting them to be respected last a lifetime, and can influence how she feels about herself and her body as she gets older. Plus, sadly, we know that some adults prey on children, and teaching your daughter about consent early on can help her understand her rights, know when lines are being crossed, and when to go to you for help. should have boundaries and we should respect when they say ‘no’ to somebody touching them,” St. Luke’s Children’s Center for Neurobehavioral Medicine child psychiatrist, Dr. Jacqueline Bell, said. “Gratitude can be expressed in other ways other than physical touch. And so they can express it verbally, write a card.”

Experts say talk to your kid beforehand and let them know he or she gets to choose what makes them comfortable.

“I think it really is an important dialogue for parents to have with other parents, their children. And really helping parents feel like, I don’t have to force my kids to do something for show,” Krumm told KTVB.

“If you grew up in a family that they’re huggers, they talk with their hands, they’re expressive, they give kisses on cheeks it just depends on culture within that family. But still, if a child is making an assertation that they don’t want to be hugged or touched, I think you have to respect that,” Dr. Bell added. “If they’re aunts and uncles that you grew up with and you know, it doesn’t mean the kids have the same familiarity with them. It will very much depend on the kid.”

“Give your girl the space to decide when and how she wants to show affection. Of course, many children may naturally want to hug and kiss family members, friends, and neighbors, and that lovely but if your daughter is reticent, don force her. Of course, this doesn give her license to be rude! There are many other ways to show appreciation, thankfulness, and love that don require physical contact. Saying how much she missed someone or thank you with a smile, a high five, or even an air kiss are all ways she can express herself, and it important that she knows she gets to choose which feels most comfortable to her.”

There are a lot of mixed opinions on social media: many are applauding this reminder, others are calling it ridiculous or accusing the Girl Scouts of blowing a simple, harmless family interaction out of proportion.
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The statement also reads,

“While no one is happy to read news like this, the District wants to reassure students, parents, staff and the overall community that the District followed its own internal policies and Iowa law with respect to the handling of the report and investigation, as well as the decision to refer the matter to law enforcement. The District will continue to do its very best to deliver a safe and healthy environment for students and staff to achieve our vision.”

TV 6 obtained charging documents and the affidavit for Ramsey Hinkle. Documents show several exchanges between Hinkle and a 17 year old male student. The communications between the two began in November of 2015 and continued until August of 2016.

The court documents allege Hinkle and the student communicated between school emails, Twitter, texts, and Snapchat. The documents also show entries in Hinkle’s journal, detailing her relationship with the student.

The male student was interviewed about the relationship in October of 2016. The documents say the student admitted “to starting conversation with Hinkle around the beginning of his second semester junior year,” and “through these conversations he said that he utilized SnapChat, Twitter, texting, and emails. He admitted the conversations to be very sexual in nature. He said they exchanged nude photos of one another.”

The documents say “Hinkle, through her lawyer, refused to come into the DeWitt Police Department for questioning regarding the details of this case.”

Ramsey Hinkle was arrested Friday by Davenport Police. She bonded out shortly after being booked into Scott County.

TV 6 has reached out to the Central DeWitt Community School District’s Superintendent on various details regarding this case. At this time, we have not yet heard back.
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This article is about the process in palaeontology. For other uses of the term Fossilization, please see Fossilization (disambiguation).

Fossilization is the process that preserves evidence of life in earth’s rock record. This evidence of past life is called a fossil. The word “fossil” is derived from the Latin fossilis, something dug up.[1]

During the Middle Ages, the term “fossil” was used for any sample recovered from the earth, including rocks and minerals.[1] Today, the use of “fossil” is limited to the record of ancient life. Fossilization can preserve actual remnants of an organism, or evidence of their presence in an ecosystem.[1]Fossil of Mesosaurus tenuidens, a swimming reptile from the Whitehill Formation near Kimberley, South Africa.

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PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) A former student opened fire with a semi automatic rifle at a Florida high school Wednesday, killing at least 17 people and sending hundreds of students fleeing into the streets in the nation deadliest school shooting since a gunman attacked an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

The shooter, who was equipped with a gas mask and smoke grenades, set off a fire alarm to draw students out of classrooms shortly before the day ended at one of the state largest schools, officials said.

Frantic parents rushed to the school to find SWAT team members and ambulances surrounding the huge campus. Live television footage showed emergency workers who appeared to be treating the wounded on sidewalks.

“It is a horrific situation,” said Robert Runcie, superintendent of the school district in Parkland, about an hour drive north of Miami. “It is a horrible day for us.”

The suspect was taken into custody without a fight in a residential neighborhood about a mile away.

“It catastrophic. There really are no words,” Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told reporters.

The attacker used the fire alarm “so the kids would come pouring out of the classrooms into the hall,” Sen. Bill Nelson told CNN.

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The Florida Democrat said he did not know if the gunman used the smoke grenades, but he assumed that why he had a gas mask on.

Most of the fatalities were inside the building, though some victims were found outside. The dead included a football coach, the sheriff said.

More than a dozen other people were wounded and taken to hospitals, doctors said.

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“I think everyone had in their minds if anybody was going to do it, it was going to be him,” she said.

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He remembered that Cruz had a pellet gun and did target practice in his backyard.

Student Daniel Huerfano said he recognized Cruz from an Instagram photo in which Cruz had posed with a gun in front of his face.

Cruz “was that weird kid that you see . like a loner,” he said.

Freshman Max Charles was in class when he heard five gunshots.

“We were in the corner, away from the windows,” he said. “The teacher locked the door and turned off the light. I thought maybe I could die or something.”

As he was leaving the building, he saw four dead students and one dead teacher. He said he was relieved when he finally found his mother.

“I was happy that I was alive,” Max said. “She was crying when she saw me.”

About an hour after the attack, Michael Nembhard was sitting in his garage on a cul de sac when he saw a young man in a burgundy shirt walking down the street. In an instant, a police cruiser pulled up, and officers jumped out with guns drawn.

“All I heard was on the ground! Get on the ground! Nembhard said. He said the man did as he was told.

The day started normally at the school, which had a morning fire drill. when another alarm sounded.

Junior Noah Parness said he and the other students calmly went outside to their fire drill areas when he suddenly heard popping sounds.

“We saw a bunch of teachers running down the stairway, and then everybody shifted and broke into a sprint,” Parness said. “I hopped a fence.”

Beth Feingold said her daughter, Brittani, sent a text that said, “We on code red. I fine,” but sent another text shortly afterward saying, “Mom, I so scared.” She was later able to escape.

Students heard loud bangs as the shooter fired. Many of them hid under desks or in closets and barricaded doors.
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