Transcript14.12 The break inThe rioters break into the Capitol building by launching a wooden beam through a window. In new CCTV footage shot inside, one police officer attempts to pepper spray the insurrectionists but is quickly outnumbered and is forced to retreat. One rioter is wearing full tactical body armour and carrying a baseball bat.
The Magic will host the first of four virtual town halls featuring guard Michael Carter Williams, coach Steve Clifford, CEO Alex Martins and Chief Diversity Officer Esu Ma’at on Wednesday as the franchise celebrates Black History Month. The town hall will focus on the state of diversity, equity and inclusion within the Magic staff, and fans are invited to join. The Magic will host one virtual town hall per week in February featuring different topics..
They told me to go talk to their lawyer Rwakafuzi. When I reported back to the IGP, he said he would talk to Rwakafuzi himself. I did not tell Kale of the poison threats on the prisoners.A few days later, Kale called me and informed me that Rwakafuzi had refused the offer and said that his clients were innocent in the first place.
WilMar is requesting CDBG funds to assist in the purchase of the parking lot. The lot is currently owned by Immanuel Lutheran Church. Fortunately, WilMar and Immanuel Lutheran were able to work out an agreement for the sale. Get Your Ballots In On Time: The Clerk’s Office must receive your ballot by April 7. Because we don’t have much time for ballots to arrive in the mail, the Library is opening up three book drops just for voters returning their absentee ballots (sealed in their certificate envelopes). The Clerk’s Office will retrieve ballots from these locations daily.
Whedon, the prominent film and TV creator who faced a claim of abusive behavior on the set of “Justice League,” drew criticism Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, from actors who worked with him on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” including Gellar and Carpenter. Whedon didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
Trees along linear features are important landscape features, and their loss threatens ecological connectivity. Until recently, trees outside of woodlands (TOWs) were largely unmapped however; the development of innovation mapping techniques provides opportunities to understand the distribution of such trees and to apply spatially explicit models to explore the importance of trees for connectivity. In this study, we demonstrate the utility of models when investigating tree loss and impacts on connectivity.