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[Mar 29, 2012 at 12:56 AM]
She is the daughter of missing persons
police did not find the whereabouts of the father and daughter, began online pursuit.
Jiangbei District Court of First Instance of extortion and sentenced to four years imprisonment to the forest, and ordered him compensation Deng Ming Secondary School $ 60,000, Xiao-Li is a minor, and is directed by his father, was sentenced to nine months. Appeal to the forest.
one hospital in the city has rejected the appeal and upheld the original verdict. (Relating to privacy, the parties are not his real name)
Recently, in the Court of Final Appeal ruled that the city father and daughter guilty of extortion.
he is missing her husband
correspondent correspondent Chen Guodong Cao Xiaoyan
Two days later, the forest came to school, (...) , but did not find Liu Deng Ming said. As a result, the forest is called Deng Ming money exchange
2009 年 11 月 10, Deng Ming came to the forest where the school, asking him to hand over Liu.
Deng Ming had agreed to help find someone.
month later, this father and daughter had an accident when the car, identity Patrol investigation found that they are police pursuit object, put the two reappear.
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when surveyed, Deng and Liu Ming said he really had contacts,
, and there have been male-female relationships, but when both sides are divorced. As for Liu's whereabouts after remarried, he did not know.
2009 年 11 月 20, to the forest with a normal cameras can not come Deng Ming office, get 5 million yuan, to Deng Ming camera. Deng Ming eager to see what the contents of which in the end, I did not realize the machine can not be opened. Lin said to the camera is dead and needs recharging, he took back the electric charge, sending back another day.
confessed to the forest,
, their hands did not the so-called money is directed by his father.
this way, the camera back to the forest in the hands.
father and daughter, was arrested when a car accident
to 52-year-old Lin, Jiang was born in Jiangbei District, construction of the village, unemployed. He and Liu married for many years, have a daughter named Xiao-Li, 17 years old this year. August 22, 2008, to the forest with his wife divorced, remarried after a week. Remarry soon, (...) , Liu walked. Father and daughter around to look, without success.
52-year-old Liu to the forest with his wife remarried soon, Liu ran away from home. In order to find his wife, to the forest to the hands of a Deng Ming forced to contribute 5 million yuan, his former student, the daughter came to hand. Ultimately,
, this father and daughter were arrested.
video, originally non-existent
judge introduced, Deng Ming was thought to money, things settled. But little later, graduated from the school hired a girl --- she is none other than the 17-year-old daughter Xiao-Lin.
Deng Ming said that Liu was indeed his girlfriend. He is divorced, a divorce certificate, see Liu,
, was with her contacts. Ever since I heard that Liu remarried, he did not contact her again.
judge introduced by asking, to the forest during the divorce that Liu, a middle school principal and the main city very close to the Ming Tang. So he speculated, may find his wife Deng Ming went.
due to the forest never to surrender cameras, Deng Ming also did not always see the
to the forest, said Deng Ming doctor take the money he had. And Xiao-Li said, they get the money to buy a car. Later, Xiao-Li's relatives to give back to Deng Ming 1 million.
Deng Ming for the interpretation of the forest do not believe. He claimed that his hands Deng Ming and Liu's
the former students,
, (...) , the principal point is not soft, she still called Deng Ming to pay people, or money trouble. December 9, 2009, Deng Xiao-Ming has paid $ 20,000.
he is missing ex-boyfriend
[Apr 19, 2012 at 05:37 PM]
Amanda Bynes Arrested for Marijuana Possession
The troubled actress was reportedly taken into custody in her New York apartment after a doorman called police saying someone was smoking pot in the lobby.
Troubled actress Amanda Bynes was arrested Thursday night in her New York apartment, according to published reports.
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Police were reportedly called to her Midtown Manhattan apartment after being alerted by a doorman that someone was smoking marijuana in the lobby.
According to some reports, by the time police arrived, she had returned to her 36th-floor apartment. When officers knocked on her door, they saw a bong, which Bynes allegedly grabbed and threw out the window. The police said they could smell marijuana and see smoke in her apartment.
She is said to be charged with reckless endangerment, tampering with evidence and criminal possession of marijuana.
TMZ reported that she responded to the arrest by "kicking and screaming" and "yelling 'Don't you know who I am?'"
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Bynes has been a tabloid fixture for the past several months due to her erratic behavior and legal woes, which have included an arrest for drunk driving as well as two alleged hit-and-run incidents.
In June, she tweeted that President Obama should "fire the cop who arrested" her because she does not drink or "hit and run."
She also has made headlines over her pronouncements of quitting acting. Sources told THR last year the actress became unhappy with the direction of her work. According to sources, she chafed at her image as an innocent teen star and began working to distance herself from it.
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"Everybody had her as a goody-goody. She couldn't break out of that genre,
," a high-level agency source told THR of her dissatisfaction apparent at a 2008 meeting. "Her frustration was, 'I could have played this role; I could have played that role. I'm not getting the Lindsay Lohan roles.' "
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[Jun 28, 2012 at 09:54 PM]
British royal couple given Finnish baby box
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This Aug. 15, 2012, photo shows the contents of a Finnish baby box, in Helsinki, Finland. Finland's social security service has given a baby box to Prince William and former Catherine Middleton,
, who are expecting their first baby in mid-July. (Roni Rekomaa/Associated Press)
Helsinki ?A future British king or queen might spend some early hours sleeping in a cardboard box ?if a maternity package donated by Finland抯 social security service proves a success.
The Nordic country has given a baby box to Prince William and former Catherine Middleton, who are expecting their first baby in mid-July.
The brightly colored cardboard box doubles as a cot, complete with mattress and sheets, and contains numerous baby items including a sleeping bag, jump suits, socks, pants, hats, bonnets and diapers. Maternity packages have been given to expectant m
in Finland since 1938
[Jul 03, 2012 at 02:32 PM]
By JESSICA GRESKO
WASHINGTON (AP) - Utility crews untangled downed power lines and tree limbs Sunday, working to get the electricity turned back on for millions of people facing a second day of 100-degree temperatures without modern conveniences like air conditioning and refrigeration.
On Saturday, many people flocked to places like malls and movie theaters in the hope the lights would be on again when they returned home. Utilities were slowly making progress, but more than 3 million people still had no electricity and could only watch their thermostats climb. It could be several days before all the power outages are restored.
Strong winds from the storms late Friday toppled massive trees onto cars and blocked roads, and officials asked residents not to drive until they could clear debris from the streets. When a hurricane is lumbering their way, state officials have time to get extra personnel in place so they can immediately start on cleanup. That wasn't the case with this storm, known as a derecho - a straight-line wind storm that sweeps over a large area at high speed.
"Unlike a polite hurricane that gives you three days of warning, this storm gave us all the impact of a hurricane without any of the warning of a hurricane," Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said.
With the power out, authorities also warned people to be careful when using generators and candles to help light darkened homes.
The bulk of the storm damage was in West Virginia, Washington and the capital's Virginia and Maryland suburbs. At least six of the dead were killed in Virginia, including a 90-year-old woman asleep in her bed when a tree slammed into her home. Two young cousins in New Jersey were killed when a tree fell on their tent while camping. Two were killed in Maryland, one in Ohio, one in Kentucky and one in Washington.
In Washington's northern Virginia suburbs, emergency 911 call centers were out of service; residents were told to call local police and fire departments. Huge trees toppled across streets in the nation's capital, crumpling cars. Cellphone and Internet service was spotty, gas stations shut down and residents were urged to conserve water.
The power outages were especially dangerous because they left the region without air conditioning in an oppressive heat wave. Temperatures soared to highs in the mid-90s Saturday in Baltimore and Washington, a day after readings of up to 104 degrees were reported in the region.
Yet another day of temperatures reaching 100 degrees was forecast for much of the region Sunday. Many started to worry what food they had would spoil and their Monday morning commute.
"If we don't get power tonight, we'll have to throw everything away," Susan Fritz, a mother of three, said about her refrigerator and deep freezer.
Fritz stopped by a library in Bethesda, Md., for her son to complete his online classwork. She said her eldest son was also unable to work as a life guard because the local pool complex had no electricity.
Fritz said she took advantage of electricity at her gym to charge her phone and iPad. She also wondered what traffic would be like when she takes one of her sons to swimming practice Monday.
"They've put out stop signs for a lot of the larger intersections, but some of the other intersections don't have signs. For tomorrow, with rush hour, its going to be a problem," she said. "But life goes on. It's hot, it's an inconvenience, but we'll make it."
Three Baltimore City fire companies set to permanently close this week were staying open several more days to help cope.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ordered the National Guard to deliver fuel for generators and fresh water to stricken areas. He reported that power had been restored to such tourist areas as Atlantic City's casinos.
In West Virginia, 232 Amtrak passengers were stranded Friday night on a train blocked on both sides of the tracks by toppled trees.
Brooke Richart, a 26-year-old teacher from New York City, was among the passengers stranded for 20 hours. She read half a book and took walks outside the train, which had light, air conditioning and food the entire time. But she called the wait "trying."
"Thankfully we could go in and out of the train because we were there so long. If you wanted to stretch your legs or take a walk, goo.gl/mDLUU , you could," she said.
Amtrak spokesman Steve Kulm said passengers were taken away by buses Saturday night.
Meanwhile, officials focused on the most vulnerable residents: children, the sick and the elderly.
In Charleston, W.Va., firefighters helped several people using walkers and wheelchairs get to emergency shelters. One of them, David Gunnoe, uses a wheelchair and had to spend the night in the community room of his apartment complex because the power - and his elevator - went out. Rescuers went up five floors to retrieve his medication.
Some sought refuge in shopping malls, movie theaters and other places where the air conditioning would be cranked up. Others simply tried to make the best of a bad situation.
In the Columbus, Ohio, suburb of Dublin, Lori Schaffert said her household borrowed a generator from a friend and was alternating it between the refrigerator and freezer while using flashlights and battery-operated lanterns for light. Her 5-year-old daughter and a neighbor friend played board games and helped her make pickles from their garden's cucumbers.
"You come to appreciate the simple life a little more in these times," Schaffert said.
Some major online services also saw delays and disruptions.
Netflix, Instagram and Pinterest resorted to using Twitter and Facebook to update subscribers after violent storms across the eastern U.S. caused server outages for hours. Netflix and Pinterest restored service by Saturday afternoon.
Instagram used its Facebook fan page to communicate with users of its photo-sharing service. It posted a message on Saturday morning that blamed the electrical storm for the outage that sent its engineers scrambling to restore service.
Associated Press writers Stacy A. Anderson in Bethesda, Md.; Vicki Smith in Morgantown, W.Va.; Larry O'Dell in Richmond, Va.; Pam Ramsey in Charleston, W.Va.; Jonathan Drew in Atlanta; and Dan Sewell in Cincinnati contributed to this report.
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