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Ron Rifkin as Bernie Sanders, Governor Kashim Shettima said what concerned him most at present was the safe return of the over 200 abducted female students of Government Secondary School Chibok.Zellers frequently pointed to fliers sent to the Moorhead area against Republican candidate Travis Reimche. It’s not clear whether the resistance is permanent, Sarah Sanders, Thousands of MDC supporters marched to the ZEC offices on June 5. Minn. neighborhood where Philando Castile was shot by police last week Around 2009 she briefly took a job with UPS that took her through the St Paul suburb on her way home each night "Literally I probably got stopped almost every night and it was always ‘Where are you going and where are you coming from’" says Porter 64 a black St Paul resident and architectural consultant "It was almost like they were trying to intimidate me It happened so often it got to the point that I would just pull to the side because once we made eye contact they were going to put the lights on anyway" The fatal shooting of Castile by a St Anthony police officer July 6 has become a focal point for black communities nationwide who have long criticized law enforcement for overzealous policing But for black communities around St Paul Castiles death and the dramatic aftermath posted to Facebook Live by his girlfriend confirmed something they have claimed for years: that police departments around the Twin Cities unfairly target black residents through excessive traffic stops A week after the shooting St Paul residents are still mourning Castile his death rekindling memories in the black community of the death of Jamar Clark a black 24-year-old who was fatally shot by Minneapolis police in November 2015 His death sparked weeks-long protests around the Twin Cities The two officers responsible for Clarks death were not charged Similarly protesters have been demonstrating around St Paul calling for justice for Castile and criminal charges against the officer involved Read more: What to Do if You Get Pulled Over By a Cop and You’re Legally Armed Last week Castile was pulled over along Larpenteur Avenue in Falcon Heights a predominantly white suburb northeast of St Paul for what has been described by his girlfriend Diamond Reynolds as a broken taillight In the Facebook Live video Reynolds says that Castile told the officer he had a concealed carry permit and a firearm in the car and was reaching for his identification when he was shot by St Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez The officers lawyer says Yanez pulled Castile over in part because he matched the description of a robbery suspect "I was shocked it was being videotaped as it was happening" says Khulia Pringle 39 a St Paul resident "But I wasnt shocked that it happened What we have is uncontrollable traffic stops that black folks are more likely to have" Pringle an organizer for the non-profit Students for Education Reform says she believes that because crime in St Paul is relatively low "these cops have nothing better to do Theyre stalking and theyre sitting and theyre picking who they stop" Those concerns seem borne out by a 2003 study on traffic stops in the region which found that blacks in five Twin Cities suburbs (which did not include Falcon Heights or the St Anthony police department) were stopped 310% more than expected based on their estimated share of the area’s driving population The study also found that black residents were more likely to be searched due to "officer safety" a rate that was 286% higher than the statewide average Myron Orfield a University of Minnesota professor who authored the study says that region which surrounds Falcon Heights had the largest disproportionate rate of traffic stops of any in the state and says he doubts its rates are different or have changed over the last decade “There’s nothing that leads me to believe that anything there would be different” Orfield says “Maybe they’re worse” Read more: Philando Castile Shooting Had ‘Nothing to Do With Race’ Officer’s Attorney Says In its 2015 annual report the St Anthony Police Department which contracts with Falcon Heights said that one way that "the patrol division contributes to our goal of suppressing and deterring criminal activities is through our active enforcement of traffic laws" noting 2300 traffic citations in 2015 and 700 arrests in Falcon Heights a figure Orfield says is extremely high for the town of roughly 5600 Court records obtained by KARE11 a Minneapolis-St Paul NBC affiliate show that Castile had 79 charges that came from traffic stops 48 of which were dismissed and 31 in which he was found guilty of various misdemeanors "Where Phil was killed this is an area that historically has been an area that black people people of color avoid" says Rashad Turner the founder of Black Lives Matter St Paul who says he grew up with Castile and played basketball with him as a kid "When they see us they see us as an opportunity to go fishing" The St Anthony Police Department did not respond to multiple requests for comment Steve Linders a spokesperson for the St Paul Police Department which also did not participate in the 2003 study says that his department does not track race in traffic stops “Our officers patrol the city and take efforts to keep people safe and respond to calls for service” Linders says “They make proactive stops when they need to to keep the city safe” Turner the Black Lives Matter leader says his group is working to compile independent traffic stop data around St Paul as well as advocating for thorough probes into police-related deaths including Castile’s "Weve seen rushed investigations not lead to convictions" Turner says "Do a thorough investigation At the same time stay focused on the systemic issues that allow these things to keep happening" Contact us at [email protected] agitation spearhead Hardik Patel is set to meet Congress vice-president on 3 November in Surat revealed Patidar leader Jayesh Patel according to media reports File image of Hardik Patel AFP Speaking toCNN News18 Jayesh Patel a key aid of Hardik said that the two leaders will meet next week and the issue of reservation for the Patidar community will be on their agenda Denying any meeting between them before he clarified that Hardik had met Congress leader Ashok Gehlot on 23 October and not Rahul He further blamed the BJP of hatching a conspiracy for spreading rumours Hardik who also denied meeting Rahulbefore said on Tuesday that he will meet the Congress leader during Rahul’s next tour of the state Meanwhile TV channels aired CCTV footage from outside the five star hotel which showed Patel entering and leaving the hotel with some reports claiming that Rahul was also present at the hotel where Hardik and Gehlot met "It had got very late so I put up at the hotel and left in the morning" the Patidar leader clarified He stressed "It is absolutely wrong that I met Rahul Gandhi I will meet when he comes next And if I want to meet him I don’t have to do so secretly I am not meeting a terrorist or meeting Nawaz Sharif at midnight like Narendra Modi did" Soon after the footage was released Gehlot tweeted that hardikhad come to meet him and in a series of posts on the microblogging website accused the BJP government of snooping on them "Why CCTV footage was taken by IB n police from Hotel Is the right to privacy sole proprietorship of JayAmitShah" Gehlot said in another tweet The rooms which hv been booked in my name are being checked We are openly saying we have met them n will keep meeting them in future too — Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) October 23 2017 Hardik alleged in a tweet "BJP is expert in snooping They used to snoop on Sanjay Joshi (BJP leader) and now they are snooping on me" ?? ??The Odua Peoples’ Congress had on Monday threatened to carry out serial protests in all the major oil fields in the coastal area of Ondo State following the alleged neglect of oil communities by some oil companies operating in the state. 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He was found with the vehicle and everything. and Husky said the projects could be completed next year. “But they arent rolling their eyes on this one. Now we are in Bengal. I had to really tap into that and my belief with what I had to do. eventually, Clinton left the White House with great popularityand historic roles in revolutionizing American attitudes toward women and power. Pa. recently moved into a new home USA Today reported Schill only had a shovel at the time and was faced with a new and bigger driveway Realizing a shovel wasn’t enough for the job but without access to a snow plow Schill found a cardboard box for a 50-inch TV complete with a shiny coating according to USA Today He then attached the cardboard box to his lawn mower creating a makeshift snow plow His fiance Kaitlynn Toporzycki recorded Schill’s feat and posted the video on Facebook The video already garnered more than 11 million views since it was posted Dec 30 And Schill still doesn’t have to run out and get a snow plow in this cold weather Schill said the box is still in near perfect condition and could even be used again according to USA Today Contact us at [email protected] to put individual genome sequences and accompanying personal health information online in a freely accessible database just got a boost in the United Kingdom On 6 November Stephan Beck from University College London and his colleagues announced the establishment of a British Personal Genome Project (PGP-UK) which will recruit volunteers to provide DNA and health data with no restrictions on their use PGP-UK plans to sequence 50 British residents age 18 or older in its first year and ultimately hopes to enroll 100000 Beck says Some 450 people have already expressed interest and the group has secured a year’s worth of funding and in-kind sequencing services? The Globe and Mail heralded the opening of PGP Canada with a 2-week series on personal genomics, will only deepen the division.
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