67 Views one comment Court gavel. Photo credit: kirtok.comChief Magistrate Evelina Baptiste has chastised a local shopkeeper for knowingly handling stolen goods and paying so little in kind for it.Francis Baron of Belfast, Mahaut who owns and operates a retail shop there pleaded guilty to the charge of handling stolen goods when he appeared before Magistrate Baptiste on Monday.The forty year old shopkeeper allegedly bought two gallons of pearl white paint from a villager and paid him with one pound of back and necks, one pound of rice, one cube, four cigarettes and $20.00.According to the facts presented in Court by Police Prosecutor Inspector Claude Weekes; Peter Lander who resides in the United States owns a home in Mahaut which was at the time under repairs. He bought materials for the purposes of renovating his house and left Ronald Moreau in charge of the project in his absence.On 21st December, 2011 Moreau secured the home of Lander and left after his day of work but returned the following day to find that 2 gallons of pearl white paint was missing. He made a report which was investigated by Constable Boyd B. During Constable Boyd B’s investigation he noticed that the Defendant’s shop was painted in similar color to what was reported stolen and confronted the shopkeeper.Baron told the officer, “I dunno about that, I bought my paint in June by Harris Paints last year”.Constable Boyd B visited Harris Paints armed with a copy of the alleged receipt and found out that there was no record of the Defendant having bout pearl while paint from them.He further cautioned the Defendant who then admitted; “Officer, Dennison that give that to me and I gave him $20.00, one pound of rice, one pound of back and neck, one cube and four cigarettes”.Magistrate Baptiste asked the Defendant to make a plea for himself as he was not represented by an attorney and he said, “Your honour, I’m deeply sorry and humbled. I am asking for your leniency and seeing that I do not have any previous offenses I am asking for your mercy.”Magistrate Baptiste scolded the Defendant, telling him that “you should be ashamed of yourself, you are supposed to be a role model and this is what you are doing? You are a shopkeeper and you are encouraging that kind of behavior? You are behaving in an unethical manner. You paid him with rice, back and neck, cube and cigarette. You know that the paint cost more than that, you should be ashamed you have proven yourself to be no example.”The Defendant was ordered to pay $6000.00 by the 30th of April, 2012 or in default spend 9 months imprisonment and also ordered to pay $328.00 by way of compensation or in default spend 3 weeks imprisonment.The compensation award is the cost of the 2 gallons of paint valued at $164.00 eachDominica Vibes News Share Share LocalNews Magistrate chastises shopkeeper for paying for paint with groceries by: – January 24, 2012 Tweet Share Sharing is caring!
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The IOC reiterated to AFP on Thursday that its position was based on “daily exchanges” with a taskforce consisting of the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Japanese authorities and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. “Our medical and scientific director, Richard Budgett, is in touch several times a day with the WHO and reports to those concerned, including the president,” said a spokesperson. US President Donald Trump has suggested postponing the Olympics for 12 months, although Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe responded by pledging his country would host the Games as planned. Read Also: Willian vows to remain ‘loyal’ to Chelsea during coronavirus crisis Dick Pound, the former head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, who is an IOC member, is one of the few to have popped his head above the parapet. “At some point, whether it’s two months out or one month out, somebody is going to have to decide ‘Yes’ or ‘No’,” Pound said last month. The IOC added any decision it takes on the staging of the Games “will not be determined by financial interests, because thanks to its risk management policies and insurance it will in any case be able to continue its operations and accomplish its mission to organise the Olympic Games”. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Bach has insisted the IOC will follow WHO recommendations. Q: Could the 2020 Olympics be postponed? A: In theory yes. The IOC entrusts the organising committee with the mission of organising the Olympic Games in a specific year. A decision to postpone could lead to Japan losing the Games altogether. However, this can be modified with two-thirds of the votes of the IOC members who could thus decide to postpone them. In practice, it would be more difficult to fit a rescheduled Olympics into a hectic sporting calendar. Smaller federations may be able to accommodate at short notice but bigger sports such as football, basketball and tennis may struggle with any shift in dates. Broadcasters such as NBC, who have paid a substantial amount of money for the rights and have already sold over $1.25 billion of advertising, will also be distinctly unhappy about a postponement that forces them to put the Games up against other high-profile and profitable leagues such as the NBA. World athletics chief Sebastian Coe admitted Thursday the Olympics could be moved to later in the year – although he said it was too early to make a definitive decision. “Anything is possible at the moment,” Coe, a member of the Tokyo Olympics Games Coordination Commission, told the BBC when asked whether the Games could be postponed to September or October. “Nobody is saying we will be going to the Games come what may,” he added. Olympic pole vault champion Katerina Stefanidi also said athletes were being forced to take health risks. “The IOC wants us to keep risking our health, our family’s health and public health to train every day?” Stefanidi tweeted. “You are putting us in danger right now, today, not in 4 months.” Q: Could the Games be held behind closed doors? So far 4.5 million tickets have been sold in Japan, with around 7.8 million expected to be sold overall, 20 to 30 percent of them internationally. Japan’s tourism ministry in 2018 projected around 600,000 foreign spectators would come for the Olympics, a significant economic windfall. “Organising an Olympics behind closed doors is an ‘impossible and unrealistic’ option,” said Patrick Nally, the Briton who founded the IOC’s ‘TOP’ sponsorship programme. Q: When will a decision be taken? A: The IOC has not said anything on this matter, only repeating that it has confidence in the “success” of the event. It is not surprising given that any prevarication or uncertainty might lead to a dip in ticket sales and could also affect athlete preparation. IOC president Thomas Bach said postponing the Games is ‘not on the table’ The 2020 Olympics are due to open in Tokyo on July 24 but with coronavirus sweeping the world, there is growing concern that the Games will be either postponed or even cancelled. As coronavirus continues to spread, concerns are gowing over whether the 2020 Olympics can go ahead as scheduled Following the postponement of Euro 2020 and a multitude of other sports events worldwide, there is increasing scrutiny on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which has been accused of shying away from making a decision. So will the Games go ahead? And when will a decision be made? AFP looks at the options. Q: Have the Olympics ever been cancelled before? A: Since the first modern Olympics in Athens in 1896, the only reason that a Games has been cancelled is because of the world wars. The outbreak of World War I saw the cancellation of the 1916 Games which were slated for Berlin while World War II accounted for Sapporo (winter) and Tokyo (summer) in 1940, and Cortina d’Ampezzo (winter) and London (summer) in 1944. Since then there have been three major boycotts, in 1976 (Montreal), 1980 (Moscow) and Los Angeles (1984) but none was cancelled. The 2004 Games in Athens was unaffected by the SARS virus of 2002-03 while the mosquito-bound Zika virus raised concerns ahead of Rio 2016 before fading in the run-up to the Games. Q: Could the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo be cancelled? A: In theory, the IOC has the power to cancel the Games or to relocate them away from Tokyo. The organisation does not yet appear to be considering either option, but on Wednesday acknowledged there was no “ideal” solution. “This is an exceptional situation which requires exceptional solutions,” an IOC spokesperson said after criticism from top athletes that they would be forced to take health risks should the Games go ahead. The response came a mere 24 hours after the IOC said it remained “fully committed” to the Tokyo Olympics, stressing with more than four months to go there was “no need for any drastic decisions at this stage”. Latest figures on Thursday indicated Japan has had 914 cases of coronavirus including 31 deaths. Q: Who will make the decision on whether to cancel the Games or not? A: The power to cancel the Olympic Games formally rests with the IOC. The contract signed between the IOC and Tokyo provides that the IOC can withdraw the organisation of the Games from the host city “if the safety of the participants is seriously threatened”.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Steve Smith and David Warner’s first batting partnership on home soil since their ball-tampering suspensions helped Australia to a series-sealing nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Brisbane on Wednesday.Former captain Smith joined Warner at the crease after the third ball of the innings and the pair’s unbeaten 117-run stand mowed down Sri Lanka’s total of 117 in 13 overs under the lights at the Gabba.The win gave Aaron Finch’s team an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, having thrashed the south Asians by 134 runs in Sunday’s opener at Adelaide Oval.Warner, who scored an unbeaten 100 to be man-of-the-match in Adelaide on his 33rd birthday, was 60 not out from 41 balls, with Smith finishing unbeaten on 53.Dominant performances back-to-back from Australia’s bowlers ensured the series win, with the pacemen snaring four wickets to match the spinners as Sri Lanka’s batsmen struggled with the pace and bounce of the Gabba pitch.Smith was denied a bat in Adelaide due to Warner and Finch’s dominant opening stand but there was no rust at the Gabba as he savoured his first T20 knock in three-and-a-half years.“Yeah, we played well tonight, I thought the bowlers did a terrific job early on,” said Smith.“It’s good to be back now, obviously (there is) a T20 World Cup next year that I’d love to be a part of. It was nice to contribute with a few runs tonight.”Australia rested regular left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc and his towering replacement Billy Stanlake grabbed two wickets, including bowling Danushka Gunathilaka for 21 after the opener threatened to get Sri Lanka off to a solid start.Fellow quick Pat Cummins, and spinners Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa grabbed two wickets apiece.Sri Lanka got lucky to dismiss Finch for a duck with a leg-side catch but their bowlers had no answers for Smith and Warner.Lasith Malinga’s team now have little time to work things out before they head to Melbourne for the final dead rubber on Friday.“We didn’t expect that score, we were expecting 150,” said Malinga, who pinned the loss squarely on his batsmen.“I think for this game, the positives were only the preparation for the T20 World Cup in these conditions.”
INTERMEDIATE Bantamweight champion Andre Bess lost his first round battle against GDF’s Clinton Clarke when action in the Terrence Alli, National Elites/Youth and Female Open Championships got underway at the National Gymnasium on Friday night. Clarke, who survived an opening round standing eight-count from a crushing right to the mid-section, was able to weather the storm against the Berbician, who was initially aggressive and focused.That aggression worked against the Rose Hall Town Jammers’ boxer, who slowed down in the second round, which allowed Clarke, who boxed with a level head, to capitalise with some big punches of his own. Bess recuperated in the third, but he did not do enough to convince the ringside judges.The Terrence Alli National Open, which will be used to select a national team for next month’s Caribbean Boxing Championships in T&T, started with three exhibition bouts between GDF boxers.Jermain Grant and Anthony Lustal matched gloves, before Anzeemul Lewis battled Lincoln Murray and Lyndon Bennett faced Neil Warden.After those bouts, the juniors battled in the welterweight semi-finals. In both clashes, the referee stopped the fight in the second round. Winston Pompey Warriors Boxing Gym fighter Alex Butcher defeated Rose Hall Jammers’ Nicholas Deheart, while Butcher’s gym-mate Sherlon Stephen went down to the best junior boxer in last month’s Intermediate competition, Mark Crawford (Forgotten Youth Foundation).The final bout of the night was a close encounter between FYF’s Kareem Boyce and GDF’s Clairmont Gibson in a lightweight battle.The GDF boxer was more aggressive in his approach. Although the boxers had a relatively even first round, Gibson was able to impose himself with his antics in the subsequent rounds. He dropped his gloves at times almost to tempt the more reserved Boyce to throw punches. Although the FYF boxer kept his ground, Gibson was able to gain points with his aggression, which resulted in him winning the close bout.The three-day competition, which will have the best amateur boxers battling, was expected to continue last night before it concludes tonight.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Valeria Salazar and Gabriela Knutson met up at the baseline, high-fived and settled back into position.Salazar has just served the ball toward Wake Forest’s Anna Ulyashchenko, whose racket barely made contact with the ball on the return. Ulyashchenko’s hit lobbed in the air toward Knutson, who then took a few steps forward, wound up and spiked the ball.Knutson and Salazar are slotted at No.1 doubles for Syracuse and are on a six-game winning streak together. Currently ranked No. 27 in the nation, the duo was selected to the NCAA doubles tournament, which runs May 25-30 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.“I think we play off each other pretty well,” Salazar said. “I set her up, she sets me up. We’re both aggressive, so it makes it easier for us to win points.”Prior to the doubles tournament, No. 25 Syracuse (14-8, 7-7 Atlantic Coast) will play in the NCAA tournament against No. 46 Georgia State (15-5, 4-0 Sun Belt). Knutson and Salazar will be relied on heavily in singles, but it’s together that they make their largest impact.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCourtesy of The ACCAfter four games, head coach Younes Limam decided to go in a separate path, and teamed up Salazar and Knutson. On occasion, they had played together in tournaments during the fall, but still had to transition mid-season. Knutson’s first college tournament came at Cornell with Salazar and the pair won.Since being paired up, Knutson and Salazar have dominated, having lost just three of 15 games.“I think we have a great balance,” Knutson said. “Like usually in doubles, one person is dominant and one person does what the other wants. We’re on the same (talent) level and really respect each other as players.”Their similar playing style makes them compatible partners, Salazar said. Setting up Knutson is not difficult when the two are on the court, she added. Since both rely on powering through their opponent, they use backhands and serves as an advantage to poach the ball and earn the point.If one notices the other is getting frustrated after a point, the two will talk it out as they walk around the baseline.As Syracuse gears up for Georgia State, earning the first point could drive the momentum towards SU. Salazar and Knutson winning at No. 1 doubles will be the first step towards SU’s first ever NCAA tournament win in program history.“With V it always felt right,” Knutson said. “We played a little bit last semester and already had a ranking. She makes me a better player and really helps getting me motivated.” Comments Published on May 12, 2016 at 10:46 am Contact Charlie: firstname.lastname@example.org | @charliedisturco
Liam Kearns’ side were also stuck with a number of injuries last year – and the manager says he hopes Tipp will get the breaks this year… Premier goalkeeper Evan Comerford is back in the blue and gold following a lengthy ban for his red card in a club game last season.The Kilsheelan Kilcash clubman was involved in an altercation with referee Paddy Russell over a disputed free – following which he was given a straight red card.Comerford missed the season, with Ciaran Kenrick taking over the shot-stopping duties – however, Comerford featured between the sticks in Tipp’s challenge game against Limerick last weekend.
Serena William is having easy run at the ongoing 2019 French Open at Roland Garros Opening up about her financial investments, Williams told the publication: “I want to be in the infrastructure. I want to be the brand, instead of just being the face.”In April, Williams announced she was launching her own venture-capital firm.Forbes reports that 60 per cent of Williams’ investments so far have gone to companies led by women or people of colour. (NAN)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram United States’ tennis star, Serena Williams, has made history as the first athlete to make Forbes’ list of the World’s Richest Self-Made Women.According to the publication, the 23-time Grand Slam champion made the list as a result of her estimated fortune of $224 million (£177m).The majority of Williams’ fortune has been made as a result of her “brain and brand rather than her backhand”, according to Forbes, with the star investing in 34 startup businesses in the past five years alone.
TeamSoloMid‘s Fortnite roster – who recently moved into a team house together – have announced a brand new partnership with American fast food chain Chipotle.Announcing the news in a humorous video, TSM’s Fortnite squad blindly tested a number of Chipotle dishes before revealing it’s the sponsor for the 2018 season. The players have received a Chipotle Celebrity Card that gifts them free, unlimited Chipotle for the year.Andy Dinh, CEO of Team SoloMid stated: “I’m really excited for this opportunity because TSM gets to represent a brand like Chipotle that we really believe in. I love Chipotle – I eat there every week if not a multiple times a week – and our players do too. It’s a privilege to partner with an amazing brand that’s leading my generation to better eating habits. I can’t wait to see what TSM and Chipotle can achieve together.”The partnership will see the organisation and fast food chain work together on content, including stream exposure and “some exciting surprises for fans”.Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer at Chipotle added: “Having kept a close eye on the rise of Fortnite as a phenomenon that so many of our customers love, Chipotle is excited to embark on this unique partnership with some of the game’s most notable, dynamic personalities, who are also Chipotle fans.”Esports Insider says: So far, the team house for Team SoloMid’s Fortnite roster has produced some rather enjoyable content so it’s a great time for sponsors to get involved. This isn’t Chipotle’s first foray into esports – having worked with the likes of OpTic Gaming in the past – so it’s good to see it stay in the industry.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr explains what Lakers lose by firing Luke Walton Let’s face it, the Warriors are favored to win the NBA Finals this year, and it makes sense.After all, Golden State has made it to the championship four years in a row, and it’s won three of those times. Players and fans alike have racked their brains for the past few seasons, asking themselves what could dethrone a team that’s not only maintained an amazing core group, but continued to get better.Things could get interesting this year though. So here are 11 reasons to root for someone other than Golden State. Related News NBA playoffs 2019: Western Conference first-round previews, predictions 1. Someone could stop the Warriors’ three-peatThe Warriors have won the last two NBA championships and have a chance to make it three straight in 2019. If they do so, they’ll become the fourth franchise in NBA history to accomplish the feat.Los Angeles did it once in Minneapolis, MN, before doing it again after moving to California. Boston won an unmatchable eight straight during its prime years in the early 60’s. Lastly, the Bulls were able to three-peat twice under the leadership of the legendary Michael Jordan.Golden State has been dominant in recent memory, but a loss this year could keep its current group from ascending to the pinnacle of basketball.Frankly, people are getting tired of the same storyline in the postseason. But not everyone is rooting against the reigning champs.2. Defeat could spark a Golden State breakupThere’s been plenty of speculation about whether this is the last season the Warriors can keep Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green together.Rumors are swirling Durant wants to move to New York to begin a new journey, since he’s already won back-to-back MVP awards in the NBA Finals.Like Durant, Thompson could likely be looking to get a big payday with a max contract after the season.Tempers flared between Green and Durant early in the season, which added more fuel to the fire. And if that’s not enough drama for you, add DeMarcus Cousins into the mix.Many question why any player would want to leave such an ideal situation, but imploding on the biggest stage might just send players separate ways. That could make the league a lot more interesting moving forward.3. You can’t root against LeBron JamesJames won’t be in the playoffs for the first time in nearly a decade. His eight-year streak has been snapped, as the Lakers failed to make the postseason.The Cleveland native went from homegrown superstar, to supervillain, to hometown hero and back to villain, and many grew to favor the exciting youngsters from Oakland, CA over time.But now Golden State is the seasoned veteran everyone wants to beat.James took a risk and received some criticism for his move to Los Angeles, and it didn’t pan out.Since you can’t root against James, why not root on an up-and-comer to uproot the juggernaut that is the Warriors?4. There are plenty of other interesting storiesThe Warriors have risen from mediocrity to greatness, but other teams have stories to tell as well.Squads like the Giannis Antetokounmpo-led Bucks and Swiss army knife Nuggets are climbing the ranks to challenge the champs.”The Process” could be nearing completion in Philadelphia and the Celtics are trying to figure out how to gel at the right time.The list goes on and on. So there are plenty of surprising stories to follow on the road to the Larry O’Brien Trophy.5. Root for the future of basketballThe playoffs are where rising stars can really make names for themselves.We saw it when Donovan Mitchell upset the Thunder last year, and when Jayson Tatum rose to another level of production en route to the Eastern Conference finals.Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry are on the wrong side of 30, and the rest of Golden State’s starters are getting there.The Warriors’ stars will undoubtedly remain at the top for a while, but wouldn’t you like to see what comes after them?6. The resurgence of the Eastern ConferenceFor the first time in a while, multiple teams in the Eastern Conference have a shot at winning an NBA championship.Only three Eastern Conference teams that weren’t led by LeBron James have won the NBA Finals in the last 20 years. Staggering isn’t it?Everyone raves about how dominant the West is, but it’s time to flip the script.7. Bandwagon followingHaving stars and winning games draws fans, and the Warriors are good at both.Not every Golden State fan has only been around for four years, but quite a few have been.If you’re a fan from an opposing team, it’s probably frustrating to see casual viewers become superfans in the blink of an eye.So hopefully an upset can hold off their bragging rights for some time.8. Golden State is jumping shipWarriors fans are everywhere, but the most loyal are probably in Oakland.Since their current location is not the most appealing, Golden State is taking its talents to San Francisco next season, which is about an hour down the road.It might not be crazy inconvenient for supporters in Oakland, but it’s a change nonetheless.Even if you’re not a Golden State Fan, you’d probably be upset if your home team left the city that built it up.9. The ring chasersThe team with the best shot at winning it all usually doesn’t land the top free agents, but Golden State has changed that.When Kevin Durant joined the Warriors, the power in the NBA shifted tremendously. He knew he’d probably missed his one shot to beat them, so he joined them, and it panned out.The 2014 MVP now has two rings and could get his third NBA Finals MVP this summer, but he’s not the only one to ride Golden State’s wave of success.Many were furious when the Warriors landed DeMarcus Cousins as a free agent, giving them five All-Star caliber players. But even role players get flack for considering joining up.Nick Young and David West are just a few examples of ringless players that achieved their goals by joining Golden State.Players want rings, but how they get there rub some the wrong way.10. Draymond GreenGreen has been hailed as one of basketball’s most talented defenders, but also has become one of the NBA’s top villains.The 6-7 utilityman is physical, but has taken heat for some questionable plays in the past, including a swipe to the groin of LeBron James during the 2016 NBA Finals.Few play the game with as much passion as Green, but he’s built a reputation that’s earned him some disdain from multiple fanbases.Nevertheless, Draymond will be Draymond, and spectators will have to deal with it.11. Just to see a new team get the gloryYour team may not be in the playoffs, and that’s ok.If they are, they might not get out of the first round, and that’s just fine too. But you’d probably prefer to see some parity in the NBA than watch Golden State win again.Any team that wins this much is bound to draw hate, but competition is good for the sport.Supporters of teams in the lottery might not watch because they assume the Warriors will win it all again. But sports are about randomness and unpredictability, and the league hasn’t had much of that lately.
Tenerife coach Rubén Baraja confirmed that they are probing the market in search of several signings that make the blue and white team “more competitive”. Total, could be up to four reinforcements, but that depend on the fact that there have been disconnections before.“We seek to reinforce the team in demarcations where good options may arise. Then, the market gives you information about what you can get. We also depend on the players that come out and find accommodation outside, “he said.“We are clear about what we want”, said the Valladolid professional. “And the players already know that,” he said of the intended men., among which are Joselu (Real Oviedo) and Ganea (Athletic Club).“Now it is the market that will tell us how far we can go. We want to be more competitive, that there is a healthy competition in all positions, that there are colleagues who come and can make better those who are already, “reiterated the head of the Tenerife bench. LaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of January 9, 2020 About him duel on the Cerro del Espino, noted that it gives “the importance it has“. “We have prepared the week thinking only about the Cup, not on Wednesday. We have much to improve as a group to stay at the competitive level we want for Tenerife. Playing the Cup is a good opportunity to show those players who have not had opportunities in the league. Y when Majadahonda passes, we will think of Huesca “, he said.“I give it the importance it has. For a club like Tenerife, this tournament is a good chance to compete. Each game is an opportunity to grow and add good performances, have continuity in what you are looking for, reduce bugs … “, said the coach. About the Leaving the goalkeeper Ángel Galván, he simply replied that he was already coming from the weekend and that he was looking for “an agreement that was good for all parties.”Alberto does not travel, he will have restThe summoned list for Majadahonda has the absence by technical decision of Alberto Jiménez, which the coach wanted to “give rest”. “Against the Messenger they had one and now others will have it,” he said.Ortolá does not travel, still unavailable, so the Tenerife’s firefighters on the Hill will be Dani Hernández and the one from the subsidiary, Ignacio Otaño. The others news they are joining the group of Nahuel Leiva, already restored from his last injury, although he will not start. According to Baraja, his evolution invites him to gradually reintegrate him into the activity. In the list of blue and white expeditionaries there are some players who could leave the club in the next dates. “Some exits are more advanced than others”, the coach said.After playing in the Cup against Lightning, Tenerife awaits – in one stroke – three teams located in the upper hemisphere of the league standings: Huesca, Girona and Las Palmas. Yes, He did not want to enter “in names or demarcations”. “But hopefully there is the possibility that we can improve the team,” he suggested later.