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Date: 22 Oct 17 05:02pm
A Spieghtland, Linden woman is presently very perturbed about her daughter’s health, subsequent to a vaccine the child received at a prominent clinic in the mining town last year. According to the woman, Authentic Jerseys Cheap, her two-year-old daughter (name provided) has already undergone two surgeries, and is slated for another, as her condition continues to deteriorate.The mother added that her daughter is presently passing blood in her feces. During a recent interview, the woman outlined her present dilemma.“I went to the clinic, and a nurse there gave my daughter an injection on the leg, and by the time I reach home me daughter vagina start to swell big, so I went back to the clinic, and the head nurse told me to put ice on it. I went home and put the ice on it, but nothing ain’t happen, I ain’t see no improvement. She then advised me to take her to the hospital.However when I take her to the hospital at Linden, they said they couldn’t handle it, let me take the child to Georgetown…so I took her to Georgetown Hospital. There I was told that she had a hernia, which was a reaction from the injection.”The child subsequently had to undergo surgery for the condition, but instead of improving, her vagina continued to swell even more than before the mother pointed out.After that she took the child back to the Georgetown Hospital where she underwent another surgery the mother further reported.Still there was no improvement, the mother claims.According to the woman, subsequent to the two operations she took the child back to the clinic, and told the nurse what the doctor at the Georgetown Hospital told her about the injection causing a reaction in the child.“And you know what that nurse tell me? She said the doctor got to be smoking cocaine…he’s a madman.I later carried my child to a private doctor who advised me to take her to another specialist.I then take her to the specialist, who said that the incision was made too high, and that there was some problem with the injection.”The woman said that she now has to find $65, 000 for her daughter’s third surgery, and would have to find even more money for the child’s stay in hospital. In all, the total expenses are at least a hundred thousand dollars, she added.“Now where am I going to find that kind of money? I’m not rich and I have seven other children to take care of…right now I don’t know what to do!”The woman said she is very concerned about her child’s condition, but admits that the cost for further medical intervention is prohibitive. (Enid Joaquin)
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Date: 22 Oct 17 05:02pm
After a wait of five months, 18-year-old Kevin Simon, Nike Men Air Max 97, who was charged for waving his middle finger at the convoy of former President Bharrat Jagdeo, had his matter dismissed by Sparendaam Magistrate, Alex Moore.Simon, who had spent two weeks on remand for the alleged act, appeared relieved as he walked out of the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court yesterday.Kevin SimonIt was the final episode of a matter that had incensed a wide cross-section of the society.In fact, several leading personalities had turned up at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court in solidarity with the 18-year-old accused.Simon of South Ruimveldt allegedly made the obscene gesture while travelling on the main East Coast Highway on August 8th last year.He was initially charged with breaching the peace under one section of the law and appeared before Magistrate Judy Latchman the following day and pleaded not guilty.He was remanded to prison for one week but on his return to court on August 16th, he was sent back to the Camp Street Prison for another week.On those occasions, Simon was unrepresented by counsel.His family then secured the services of prominent defense attorney, Nigel Hughes, who subsequently applied to the High Court and secured bail in the sum of $5, 000 on August 30th.He has been attending court since then and during the hearing, the Prosecution had on one occasion informed the court that they were withdrawing the charge against the young man, with a view to reinstitution under another section of the law.The Prosecution is contending that the young man stuck out his middle finger at the President, which they claimed amounted to a criminal act.The young man, a porter on a water delivery truck, had on the other hand contended that he was merely hanging his hand against the breeze when he was accused of the act.
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Date: 22 Oct 17 04:17pm
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Date: 22 Oct 17 03:02pm
(CBS/AP)  Billionaire financier R. Allen Stanford was arrested last night by FBI agents at his sister’s house in Stafford, Virginia.Stanford, 59, has been accused by the SEC of running a massive $8 billion Ponzi scheme.He surrendered to FBI agents from the Washington and Richmond field offices. It is believed he was taken to Richmond last night for processing.A grand jury investigating the Stanford Financial Group returned a sealed indictment yesterday, the Houston Chronicle reported.The Department of Justice is expected to make an announcement today regarding possible charges.Investigators have said the Texas billionaire financier’s offshore bank and financial companies used rosy financial predictions and old-fashioned deceit to lure investors into a scam.The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) shut down three of Stanford’s companies in February last, and many governments around the world took control of Stanford’s assets to protect investors.At the behest of the SEC, the FBI had tracked down Stanford four months ago, and served him with court documents.R. Allen Stanford But billions of dollars remain unaccounted for. The government’s court papers describe a company that bears little resemblance to the one described in glossy, unfailingly upbeat corporate documents.“While others in our industry are fighting for their survival, we are growing our business, ” Stanford’s wrote to investors while proudly announcing that 2007 was a record year of growth. “While others in our industry have seen a complete turnover in management and are grappling with how to develop a new business strategy, our core leadership team remains intact, and our investment philosophy of global diversification remains unchanged.”On the Caribbean island of Antigua, Stanford International Bank appeared to have found the perfect portfolio, one that minimized risk but generated consistently high returns.While investors in safe U.S. certificates of deposit could count on a roughly 3 percent return, Stanford offered CDs with twice that return.In 2007, the Stanford International Bank investment portfolio earned more than 10 percent, more than twice what the S&P 500 earned. The bank assured depositors that a team of experts was analyzing investment risk daily, making sure the money was safe.“Especially in these difficult times, our success speaks for itself, ” the 58-year-old Texas billionaire wrote in a mid-2008 newsletter. “I have an unbridled optimism and enthusiasm for our future.”Company publications were filled with the symbols of economic power: pictures of skyscrapers, private jets, serious-looking executives focused on scrolling stock tickers, board room scenes and Zurich, Switzerland, at dusk.Stanford’s letters to investors boasted of the bank’s social responsibility, its cutting-edge technology and its tradition of hiring the “best of the best” to manage their money.Regulators now say the Stanford portfolio was basically a “black box.” Much of the money was tied up in real estate and private equity – companies that don’t trade on public stock markets. None of the bank’s CDs were registered with the SEC, regulators said.And rather than a team of 20 analysts, authorities say, Cheap Jerseys For Sale, Stanford and his longtime friend, James M. Davis, were the only ones overseeing the money.Had the company’s estimated 50, 000 investors looked past the glossy photographs and past Stanford’s buoyant optimism, they might have been skeptical.Steve Wells, a forensic accountant and Western Kentucky University professor, said the bank sugarcoated its numbers by relying on management estimates and ignoring future credit losses.“That’s a red flag to me, ” he said. “Big time.”The company also made it hard to tell exactly what the portfolio’s investments were. Any accountant who looked at those reports would have told investors to be cautious, Wells said.Yet the numbers were alluring: Double-digit returns, and in tax-free Antigua to boot.The exotic locale only added to the attraction.“A visit to Antigua is part of the overall experience of the Stanford service and quality, ” a company memo reads.Bank employees were instructed to arrange visits only for clients with $5 million or more to invest.Employees were encouraged to tell their bosses about client interests, such as “amateur sailor, ” so visits could be personalized.In the company’s mid-2008 newsletter, Stanford said his company was not disheartened by “doom and gloom” economists predicting a long recession.“Even the most severe down cycles can bring opportunities that yield significant benefits in the long run, ” Stanford wrote. “This proven, well-grounded approach when making investment decisions and giving investment advice will benefit you, our clients, in these tumultuous times as never before.”Early this year, cracks began to show in Stanford’s once unbridled optimism. Regulators noticed an alarming increase in wire transfers as Stanford International Bank tried to move money out of its investment accounts.Clients were prohibited from cashing out, regulators said.As for the billions of dollars invested in the bank’s seemingly safe, lucrative portfolio, the SEC hired a receiver to scour the world looking for it.
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