Both had strengths and weaknesses. But he wrote he couldn’t find with any confidence that either version is more probable than not. Now, Harding needed the evidence to show it was more probable than not that Winston was responsible for the charge violations.
Then, after some time. You realize none of that is accurate. Not that she’s a bad person, or that you didn’t get along, but the rose colored glasses just eventually wear off.. He said police had located a car used by the suspects. During the investigation, he said, police learned of an attempted kidnapping the previous day of a child in the same neighborhood and concluded the cases were linked. Israeli TV showed pictures of the 9 year old boy with red marks around his neck..
Investigators also found at least 19 additional firearms, thousands of rounds of ammunition and the chemical tannerite, an explosive, at Paddock’s home in Mesquite, Nev. They also found ammonium nitrate, a chemical that can be used in bomb making, in Paddock’s vehicle, Lombardo said. Sunday, according to police.
I not saying that Jenelle might not be a victim of abuse at the hands of David, surely we seen that glint of hesitation in her face when trying to hide an argument or tense moment when confronted by production, but she has a choice. She has choices. Or landing them in the hospital on an extended basis for something they can just slap a patch or cast on right fast.
Guitarist Alex Lifeson (left in the above photo) was training to become a pilot while Rush were recording Moving Pictures. In a documentary, he said: “We were coming back from the studio when we were making the record just for a break and my flight instructor came and picked us up in a small plane. On the way back, we’d tuned in the identifier for Toronto airport on the radio.
But they knew when they left home with their parents that something bad was happening. They knew when they got here their parents got into some kind of trouble and their parents were probably very upset and then the kids were taken away. Those children must be absolutely grief stricken..
Our hunt brought us to a treasure trove of ethical guidance laid out in hundreds of memos from NPR editors, producers and supervisors over the years, some overlapping, many buried in archives, but most still wonderfully relevant to the questions we face day after day. The tone of those memos interesting, warm, witty and thoughtful, more apt to pose the right question than to impose an answer is what we imagine as the voice of the handbook. And we hope that the natural, organic, daily process that gave rise to those memos is exactly how the handbook evolves: when we hit upon an ethical question or a challenge, we should weigh our values as we work through it, capture our thinking, and fold it in to this document..