Tennis alert: Tomic could be the first case of coronavirus

first_imgThe coronavirus could have already manifested on the planet tennis. Bernard Tomic, 27-year-old Australian tennis participant, stays remoted after guaranteeing that presents all the signs of COVID-19 illness.The newspaper Herald Solar collected the testimony of the participant, extop-20 of the ATP rating: “I began to really feel dangerous on Tuesday and by Thursday I used to be already in Miami. I used to be having hassle respiratory and my immune system was weakened. As quickly as I felt the signs I communicated it to all my environment in order that they remoted me. He had deliberate to return dwelling when he noticed that it was regular for Miami to be suspended, however in these situations it was not possible. I’ve not but examined for COVID-19, however the reality is that I’ve all the signs “, the Australian assured. As Tomic relates, it’s most certainly that he contracted the virus throughout the route from Monterrey, event that performed two weeks in the past, to Miami, the place he was going to play the earlier section of the Masters 1,000. Regardless of appearing appropriately as quickly as he detected the first signs, the ocean tennis participant hopes he has not contaminated different folks: “Probably the most regular factor is that he would infect me on the flight from Monterrey to Miami. I hope I didn’t make the illness unfold to extra folks. “ The outcomes of the assessments will decide in the subsequent few hours if Tomic is the first skilled tennis participant with coronavirus …last_img read more

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Former Observer Bassa Correspondent is Dead

first_imgA former Grand Bassa County correspondent of the Daily Observer newspaper, John Gibson has died in the port city of Buchanan on June 8.He was 74.Gibson worked for the Liberia News Agency (LINA), Mercy Corps, National Bank of Liberia, now Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) and a correspondent of Talking Drum Studio (TDS).According to Lee P. Gibson, son of the deceased, John Gibson graduated from the St. John’s Episcopal School in Bassa with several certificates and diplomas from vocational institutions around the country.The late Gibson was born on February 24, 1941. She is survived by his wife, Sunday-May Gibson and 15 children.The children include: Lee P. Gibson, James M. Gibson, Janjay Gibson (USA), Junior Gibson, Hawa Gibson, Naytay Gibson, Margba Gibson (USA), Almilton Gibson, Martee Gibson, Narsah Gibson, Paygar Gibson and Brumskine Gibson.Lee P. Gibson told the Daily Observer yesterday that his father worked for a few years with the Observer as a correspondent and did not have any other job before his death. “My father died from high blood pressure, which he suffered from for the last 2 years,” Lee said.The body of John Gibson body is currently at the Bedell Funeral home in Buchanan. Lee said his late father spent his life in Montserrado and Grand Bassa counties and was a member of St. Mary Central Church of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.“My father played a major role in the church. The wake keeping will be held on Thursday, June 18 and the funeral will take place on Friday,” Lee explained.The late John Gibson was also a member of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL). Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Teen among 2 nabbed for ganja find at Sophia

first_imgThe cannabis discovered in the Sophia houseAn 18-year-old Sophia, Georgetown resident and a 22-year-old relative are now in the custody of the Police after a quantity of cannabis was discovered in their house by Police on Wednesday.Reports are Police were in the area investigating a missing person’s report when they swooped down at the Lot 22 B Field, Sophia, Greater Georgetown house.The duo was at home at the time the ranks conducted the search. Leaves, seeds and stems suspected to be cannabis were discovered hidden in a green hand bag. As such, the two were taken into Police custody. The cannabis weighed 180 grams.last_img read more

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1 in custody, investigative team from Georgetown deployed

first_imgPomeroon execution…2 main suspects still at largeFollowing the execution-style killing of two Lower Pomeroon residents on Sunday, the Police have reported that they have one farmer in custody while they seek the two main suspects.The victims – 28-year-old Ambrose Baharally, called “Jadge” of Grant Stelling Hope and 23-year-old Martin Goddete of Friendship, Canal Lower, Pomeroon River were said to be imbibing when they were shot to the head by two men known to them.The Police have since deployed a high-level investigative team to the area to assist with investigations. The man in custody is said to be a farmer who was at the scene, but the men accused of pulling the trigger are yet to be apprehended.According to information, the incident occurred about 15:30h. Police from G Division are currently hunting for one suspect called “Wood” from Shell Beach, Essequibo.The dead men: Ambrose Baharally and Martin GoddeteInformation reaching Guyana Times revealed that the two men, earlier in the day, made contact with Baharally and Goddete indicating that they were going to visit them during the day. The men reportedly visited the two now dead men around 15:00h and were armed at the time.Baharally’s widow, Cilicia Williams told this publication that Goddete visited their home around 09:30h and after some time her husband and him began to drink “High Wine” on a culvert by the river.The saddened woman disclosed to Police that around 15:10h on Sunday, she saw the suspects drive up in a boat and they subsequently shook her husband’s and his friend’s hands. She said the group of men were having a conversation and were in high spirits. Williams added that she then left the men and went to tend to her children when she heard two loud bangs and then discovered her husband and his friend falling to the ground.“I heard two loud sounds, it was two gunshots; by the time I watched, out my husband… I was so helpless to see my husband in the pool of blood, I began to scream where persons rushed over,” Williams exclaimed.The gunmen reportedly headed east on the river immediately after the horrendous act.An alarm was raised; persons from the neighbourhood gathered on the scene and Police were summoned. Many persons who were around told this newspaper they were shocked to see such a tragic incident.“When we went, we saw two men shot to their heads; it was a clean shot, the bullets passed through, it was heart-wrenching to see such thing,” one person said.Another resident said he passed earlier to go to his farm when he saw the two friends drinking. He said he did not know it was the last time he would have seen them.When asked about the now deceased men, persons said that Baharally was a quiet person and he used to cultivate crops on a large scale. Persons were shocked to discover that he was shot.Meanwhile, Police visited the scene where 9mm spent shells and 9 mm live rounds were found. Baharally’s and Goddete’s bodies were removed and taken to the Charity Oscar Joseph Hospital where they were pronounced dead on arrival. The bodies are currently at the Suddie Mortuary awaiting a post-mortem examination. (Indrawattie Natram)last_img read more

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Guyana ranked 2nd to Russia for most oil finds in 2019

first_img– found millions more barrels of oil than Norway, UK & USBy Jarryl BryanOil and gas companies throughout the world have discovered over seven billion barrels of oil equivalent for the year 2019, but of this amount, Guyana has the second most discoveries so far in the year.Diagram showing the extent of oil discoveries, and by which companies, for the yearThis is according to Norwegian research company Rystad Energy, which compiled a report on all the discoveries of oil around the world and came up with a list of the top 10 countries. Russia is in the lead, with over 1.5 billion barrels of oil found in its Dinkov and Nyarmeyskoye oil fields.Russia is followed closely by Guyana, where oil was found in the Liza 1 field in the Stabroek block by United States (US) based ExxonMobil and in the Orinduik block by British oil firm Tullow. These companies are not finished drilling, as further projects are being undertaken.A distant third is the middle eastern country of Cyprus. They are followed by South Africa, Malaysia, Norway, Angola and Indonesia. The United Kingdom (UK) and the US bring up the rear on the top 10 oil finds list.Commenting on the steep rise in oil drilling in the Caribbean, the report noted that in 2013, only seven offshore wells were drilled in the region. Now, the report noted, 23 new exploration wells are expected for 2019.“Rystad Energy expects the Guyana-Suriname basin will continue to occupy headlines with a few planned wells in both Guyana and Suriname. The basin is pinned as one of the most prospective, underexplored basins in the world and will definitely get a facelift from its current assigned volumes if hydrocarbons are established towards the east,” a statement from the company says.So far, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL, Exxon’s local subsidiary) has made 14 oil finds in the Stabroek block over 100 miles offshore Guyana, including four for this year.Last year, the company made five discoveries. These discoveries have pushed the total estimated recoverable barrels of oil equivalent to over six billion. In addition, Exxon is moving ahead with its Liza Phase Two project, which will contain approximately 30 wells.The Liza Destiny, Guyana’s first Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel, arrived in Guyana’s waters at the end of August. The vessel will play a key role in oil production, scheduled to begin in the first quarter of next year.Meanwhile, Tullow has made at least two oil finds in its Jethro and Joe wells. On September 16, the same day that ExxonMobil announced its 14th oil find, Tullow also revealed that it had made its second oil find in just a matter of weeks – the discovery of 14 metres of oil reservoirs at the Joe well.After the find, Tullow’s Exploration Director, Angus McCoss, had noted that the discovery increases the potential in the Orinduik block. He had also alluded to the block having multibillion-barrel potential.The Orinduik oil block is just a few kilometres from Exxon’s discoveries in the Liza and Payara fields. It is under the administration of Eco Guyana and Tullow, who signed a 10-year Petroleum Prospecting Licence and Production Sharing Agreement with Guyana in 2016. French firm Total E&P Activities Petrolieres entered the fray in 2017, partnering with Eco and getting a 25 per cent share in the block.last_img read more

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LAPD takes a beating

first_imgSeveral people, including seven officers, were hurt during skirmishes at MacArthur Park after the rally. About 10 people were taken to hospitals for treatment of minor injuries, including three journalists. Controlling his emotions, Bratton said he considered several of the news photographers and reporters who were struck as friends. He added that he would review not only what happened but how decisions were made and which procedures were used. He blamed the provocation on a group of about 75 to 100 protesters who taunted police with rocks and bottles. “It’s clear they were there to provoke us, and they did that,” Bratton said. The Los Angeles Police Department came under fire from all sides Wednesday for aggressive tactics at the end of a peaceful immigrants-rights rally, where officers fired successive rounds of rubber bullets into crowds with women and children, knocked reporters to the ground and struck protesters with nightsticks. As images of the violence aired for hours on local television, city and police officials tried to deflect what amounted to near-universal condemnation of the actions of some 600 LAPD officers late Tuesday. Police Chief William Bratton and Police Commission President John Mack vowed to launch three investigations, and the City Council asked for a report within 30 days. “To me, it’s outrageous that we fired 240 rounds (of nonlethal-weapon ammunition) and not one arrest was made from that,” Bratton said during a tense news conference, hours after he told KNX-AM (1070) radio that “some of what I’ve seen as chief of the department does not look appropriate.” As pictures of female reporters getting knocked to the ground, demonstrators being kicked and protesters lifting their shirts to reveal welts and bruises flashed across television and computer screens Wednesday, organizers of the march announced their own investigations. A civil-rights attorney condemned the LAPD for tactics he compared to those used to quell protesters during the 2000 Democratic National Convention, when the city was forced to pay out more than $5 million in settlements. Mayor concerned From San Salvador, where he’s traveling on city business, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said he was deeply concerned and asked Mack and Bratton to ensure a thorough investigation. “Any time that our law enforcement officials employ force, the public has an absolute and unqualified right to expect and demand an aggressive review of the facts,” the mayor said in a statement. Various news media groups issued statements condemning the police response, including the Los Angeles Press Club, which represents almost 500 members of the media. “There is no excuse for these attacks, which sent several news professionals to the hospital,” Executive Director Diana Ljungaeus said. “The press pass issued by (the LAPD) … clearly identifies reporters and photographers. It’s doubtful that your officers could have mistaken newspeople for protesters.” Dispersal ordered The incident started after 6 p.m. when police tried to disperse demonstrators who had moved off the sidewalk near the southeastern edge of the park, adjacent to Alvarado Street. Over the next 40 minutes, tensions escalated, leading police clad in riot gear to sweep west through the park, prodding protesters with batons and shooting rubber bullets. Angelica Salas, who was emceeing the event from the back of a flatbed truck, said organizers began to shut down the stage and direct people out the west side of the park when they realized there was a disturbance. Within moments, she said, a line of officers swept in from the east, shooting rubber bullets. Some of the participants couldn’t hear the orders and began running in the direction of officers. “There were women running with their children,” Salas said. “I covered one woman with her two girls. She was incredibly scared.” Most people said they couldn’t hear the dispersal warnings – which were given in English to the mostly Spanish-speaking crowd – because of a helicopter hovering overhead. Communication fails Despite weeks of coordination with the LAPD over the march, Salas said lines of communication shut down during the rally. Organizers were frustrated that the department did not ask for their help to safely direct families out of the park. “They just plowed right over us,” said Elisa Ross, a producer for Telemundo Noticero, a Spanish-language network, who was preparing to go on-air live. A reporter and three camera crews for the TV station were injured. The crew had been underneath a white tent set up for a live media feed, and families were clustered around the makeshift studio to see the newscast. “We said we were with the news media, but they stopped at nothing. There was no warning,” Ross said. The Radio and Television News Association of Southern California called for an investigation into “violent treatment of journalists,” as did several other journalist associations. “There is evidence that officers knocked reporters to the ground, used batons on photographers and damaged cameras, possibly motivated by anger over journalists photographing efforts by officers to control the movements of marchers,” an RTNA statement said. Concerned that the incident could trigger more violent confrontations with police, the City Council on Wednesday passed an emergency motion asking the civilian Police Commission and Bratton to come to the council chambers and publicly share the results of their investigation. “The urgency is that we need to step up and show that we are taking this seriously and we are going to look at this thoroughly,” said Councilman Jose Huizar, who co-sponsored the motion with Councilmen Ed Reyes and Jack Weiss. “If we don’t, there’s a possibility that other incidents, such as the one we saw (Tuesday) night on TV clips, may occur again,” Huizar said. “I don’t want that on my conscience. I don’t want anybody else to get hurt.” The Los Angeles Police Protective League issued a statement saying the eruption started over officers’ trying to disperse demonstrators who had moved off the sidewalk and into the street. “Our officers gave a legal dispersal order and were met with violence,” league President Bob Baker said. “In the coming days, it will become clear what transpired. Until then, there should be no rush to judgment.” Hours after the melee, some attorneys said they are preparing to file a class-action lawsuit against the LAPD. “This will chill the rights of people to assemble,” said Cynthia Anderson-Barker, who represented a class-action group of DNC demonstrators and will file another lawsuit against the LAPD on behalf of people injured by officers at the end of the immigrant march. “It’s a needless expenditure of taxpayer money. They haven’t used this force since 2000, but they chose to use it at an immigrants-rights demonstration.” Council President Eric Garcetti said he was upset with the image of police attacking protesters and the news media. “One of the fundamental cornerstones of democracy is freedom of speech and the right of assembly,” Garcetti said. “Another cornerstone is the freedom of the press.” rachel.uranga@dailynews.com (818) 713-3741160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Brace yourself if you’re pricing those metal fixes

first_imgAnyway, I eventually wised up and counted my blessings, two of which were straight teeth and skin that doesn’t as yet resemble the covering of a rugby ball. My son, however, is a different story. Lucky for him, he has the same charming gap between his front teeth that his mother had when I met her. Only her gap closed, I am sorry to say, and his won’t because he has a tooth growing sideways inside his upper jaw, along with other fangs that require professional alignment. Maybe you didn’t know this, but orthodontists – what my late Aunt Mary used to call “orthodentists” – are more expensive on an hourly basis than a hit man out of the Gambino crime family. They are even more expensive than lawyers, only orthodontists don’t send $600 bills marked “for reviewing case records.” That’s the one good thing I can say about orthodontists. Unlike most medical specialists, when they do something you can actually see it. In fact, the only time I actually left a medical office feeling better than when I went in was when my doctor, Vinnie Wong, used a WaterPik to relieve me of ear wax. So this was my second go-round with orthodontia, a field custom-designed for neurotic parents who don’t want their children to resemble members of the British royal family. The other orthodontia investment was our middle child, a girl who needed braces because she had a jaw like Benito Mussolini. I’m exaggerating, but she did have an underbite and a desire to invade Ethiopia. Within two years, she had a smile like an Italian movie actress. Only this time around I went shopping. Using my dental care provider’s Web site, I located an orthodontist who graduated from not one but two Ivy League schools. Plus the doctor was a woman, and I like women doctors. Only this woman doctor had a personality that reminded me of Mike Ditka knee-deep in a losing second half. When she left the room during the consultation, my son looked at me and said, “Let’s get out of here!” So we got out of there and visited a second orthodontist, a man with a William Shatner wig who was nice enough, but he made the fatal mistake of giving us the exact same estimate as the mean Ivy League grad and the orthodontist who had done such a good job on big sister. Which is how we wound up with the orthodontist we knew in an office decorated ceiling to floor tiles with USC junk. OK, we get it, you went to USC! This, by the way, is a profession we should push our children into. There are, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, only 9,475 orthodontists in America compared with 163,563 general practice dentists. The average cost of braces, by the way, is $5,000. Kaiser also lists L.A. as one of the most reasonably priced cities for braces, with an average cost of $4,000. The most expensive city in America is Raleigh, N.C., at $5,985. So much for statistics. All three of our estimates came in at a seemingly price-fixed $5,500. Which covered X-rays, plaster casts and a computerized schematic of my son’s mouth, a game plan of angles and bite forces that seemed to be a blend of science and pure art. After visits to install spacers, he went in the other morning for the actual metal work. Did you know that braces come in colors now? I didn’t. While I sat in the waiting room reading a yachting magazine, he chose green. Green, I didn’t point out, is an unfortunate mouth color. But infinitely better than his second choice, which was black. Oh yeah, and never discuss braces with other parents at a soccer game. That’s because all other parents will have paid less than you. Don’t ask why, that’s just how life works. I want to hear your comments. Connect with me at john.bogert@dailybreeze.com, call 310-543-6681 or send a letter to Daily Breeze/John Bogert, 5215 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503-4077. Hear my podcast at www.dailybreeze.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! I’m glad that I didn’t need braces when I was a kid. That’s because I wouldn’t have gotten them, wouldn’t have gotten them if I had teeth growing out of my ears, wouldn’t have gotten them if I had to eat through a feeding tube. That’s because my parents were, how shall I put this, cheap. Being semipoor didn’t help matters either. But they were definitely cheap. Cheap and poor being a combination that could have left me resembling some sort of deep-water carnivore. Or worse, a British person. Just kidding! But seriously, the British aren’t as nutty about teeth as we are. It’s true. So my parents were poor, cheap and British in that one respect. Luckily, my teeth came in straight. Which didn’t stop me from wanting braces when everyone I knew – all the cool kids with crooked teeth – in ninth grade got them. They also got sunburned when I didn’t. I envied that too, swarthy boy that I was. last_img read more

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Limits on public comments lifted

first_imgUnder fire from critics who questioned the legality of rules limiting how often the public can speak at meetings, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to drop the restrictions. Previously, residents were limited to speaking once every three months during public comment at the end of the board’s weekly Tuesday meetings. Also, only five people were allowed to address the board during those meetings. All of the restrictions, in place since 1992, were lifted. “That’s the most restrictive rule I’ve ever heard of,” said Peter Scheer, executive director of the California First Amendment Coalition. “The law does permit legislative bodies to prescribe reasonable regulations to allocate the available time among speakers. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“… However, it certainly strikes me that restricting a speaker to only once every three months – that a court would likely view that as overly restrictive, unreasonable and therefore a violation of the Brown Act.” Open government advocate Karen Ocamb, who as the former head of the Los Angeles Press Club Sunshine Committee helped urge the board to pass motions making county government less secretive, said the supervisors rarely hear directly from their constituents. “I’m glad they are finally recognizing that more input from the public is better,” Ocamb said. “It’s like a form of censorship to restrict free speech that way.” The county, often criticized for deciding matters behind closed doors and not complying with open meeting laws, decided to make the changes after the County Counsel’s Office, Executive Office and District Attorney’s Office reviewed the board rules and identified several sections that raised legal questions, said Tony Bell, spokesman for Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. Jennifer Snyder, assistant head deputy in the District Attorney’s Office Public Integrity Division, said the action was first prompted by a complaint her office received. “We urged the County Counsel’s Office to drop the ordinance because it didn’t serve a legitimate purpose regulating public comment,” Snyder said. “The law says you can only regulate the time, place and manner so an agency can continue to do its business.” The motion by board Chair Zev Yaroslavsky also gives the chair the discretion to let fellow board members speak up to 10 minutes on an agenda item, instead of the current three to five minutes. And it changes the official name of the board chair from mayor to mayor/chair. In addition, members of the public in the past who wished to address the board on an agenda item had to submit a request before the meeting. Under the new rules, people must only submit the request before the item is called. Now Ocamb said she hopes the supervisors will follow the City Council’s lead in passing a resolution that actually requires them to listen to people who address them. “I’d like to see something similar addressed before the Board of Supervisors because too often people go and speak, they have spent their whole day, spent time getting down there, spent money on parking, spent time waiting for their turn to speak,” Ocamb said. “… Oftentimes they are on the phone, looking at papers or doing something else and that is just rude.” troy.anderson@dailynews.com 213-974-8985 Staff Writer160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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ARE WE IN FOR ANOTHER GLORIOUS BLAST OF SUMMER HEAT?

first_imgRemember this? We might be seeing more of it from next weekendFORECASTERS believe we may be in for another summer mini-heatwave.They’re not calling it just yet….but there is a hope that a new blast of sunshine could arrive over us in a week or so.Following a stunning few weeks of weather in July, we’ve had to contend with sunshine and showers since – including some record downpours. Donegal faces another mixed bag of sunshine and showers this week, with the odd thunderstorm by midweek, but a warm front will increase temperatures again.“Temperatures are likely to improve further once the fronts clear on Thursday, and we could be seeing a subdued warm pattern not quite as hot as the June or July episodes, but in the 23-25 C range, before too long,” reported meteotimes.net today.Met Eireann is being a bit more cautious, saying that it will get warm again and “rainfall amounts” will be small from next weekend.With varying predictions from the end of the week, we might just have to wait and see. Predictions from Accuweather.com are giving next weekend as sunny with passing clouds, the following Monday looks like a day for the beach, before rain returns. ARE WE IN FOR ANOTHER GLORIOUS BLAST OF SUMMER HEAT? was last modified: August 12th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ARE WE IN FOR ANOTHER GLORIOUS BLAST OF SUMMER HEAT?Donegal Dailyweatherlast_img read more

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PEARSE DOHERTY AND PADRAIG MacLOCHLAINN IN BELFAST TO GREET GERRY ADAMS’ RELEASE FROM CUSTODY

first_imgDONEGAL Sinn Fein TDs Pearse Doherty and Padraig MacLochlainn are in Belfast tonight as Gerry Adams was freed from police custody.The Sinn Fein President was arrested on Wednesday and quizzed about the 1972 murder of Jean McConville.At a press conference in Belfast, Mr Adams again said he was innocent of any involvement in Mrs McConville’s murder. He said there was a “malicious” and “sinister” campaign against him.Deputy Doherty and Deputy Mac Lochlainn sat at the press conference alongside Mary Lou McDonald, Martin McGuinness and Martina Anderson.Mr Adams said he was committed to peace and offered his condolences to the McConville family, saying he had no involvement in the killing.He said the IRA was gone, and republicans were committed to peace. He accused those behind the Boston College tapes of being against Sinn Fein and their strategy. PEARSE DOHERTY AND PADRAIG MacLOCHLAINN IN BELFAST TO GREET GERRY ADAMS’ RELEASE FROM CUSTODY was last modified: May 4th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Antrim PSNIgerry adamsPadraig Mac LochlainnPearse Dohertypress conferencelast_img read more

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