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March 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgEarlier this week, we shared some unfortunate news from the family of Eric Lindell. The New Orleans musician is suffering some serious familial setbacks, as his newborn baby is on life support and, in the process, doctors discovered a heart condition in his wife. The one bit of fortunate news from this is the strength of the musician/NOLA community, who have rallied for fundraising efforts in support of the family.After a successful GoFundMe campaign, a number of musicians are taking this to the next level. One week from today, Friday March 25th, The Hall At MP in Brooklyn, NY will host a late-night fundraiser for Lindell. Confirmed musicians thus far include the “Piano Prince of New Orleans” Davell Crawford (keys, vocals), Gregg Allman Band guitarist Scott Sharrard (guitar, vocals), Elise Testone (vocals), Lindell collaborators Chris Fitzgerald (sax) and Arne Wendt (keys), as well as members of the Brickyard Band, Shady Street Show Band, and many special guests. There will also be raffles from photographers Marc Millman, Scott Harris, and artist Mattie James.ALL proceeds will go to the Lindell family, and tickets are now on sale via Ticketweb Cares. For those who want to give more, feel free to visit the GoFundMe campaign in progress. Lindell himself commented on how touched he is for all of the support. Read his note below:I can’t describe in words how much Sarah and I appreciate the love and support from friends and family and folks we have not even met yet. Nothing can prepare you for something like this. Nothing can be more upsetting than to see sick children …it’s heart breaking how many families are here at the children’s hospital…every one with a story.We found out our son had CDH and Duodenal Atresia in November and our doctors back home said there were only a few places in the country that deal with these high risk situations. We were informed that Colorado was the best and had the highest success rate.After our first call with them, it was clear where we needed to be and they said they wanted us in Colorado ASAP, so we left shortly after Christmas. Once we arrived, we met our amazing team of doctors and nurses twice a week…which are truly some of the kindest, smartest people we have ever met.The last couple months of the pregnancy where very hard on Sarah .. Due to the CDH and Duodenal Atresia she retained way too much fluid…so they did an Amino Reduction to relieve the pressure from her heart and lungs and to try and keep the baby longer, in hopes of further lung development.A couple weeks later our son Kay Chevalier Lindell was born on March 2nd at 3:30AM…weighing in at 5 pounds. He had his first surgery and went on Ecmo machine March 3. They noticed during the C section that Sarah was having irregular heartbeats…as soon as the baby was delivered they rushed Sarah off to an adult hospital where they monitored her heart for couple days.They finally discharged her so she could come back to children’s hospital and be with baby Kay. Shortly thereafter we had to rush Sarah to the ER where they found out that the left part of her heart was not pumping with the same pressure as the rest of her heart. They have her on heart meds and have discharged her with her own blood pressure machine.Sarah has been so strong and brave through all of this and is now in NICU with baby Kay. The connection between a mother and baby is the most incredible thing I have ever seen. When she talks to him and kisses him…it is amazing how he responds…love magic…it is true and powerful.There is nothing stronger or greater than a mother’s love. We have to love our families with all we have. Thank U to all of our friends and family for the positive thoughts and prayers…each and every one of you have restored our faith in humanity. There are truly some warm heart’d people out there. Thank U so much for thinking of us and including us in your thoughts and prayers.Eric Lindell & Familylast_img read more

September 9, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe former Republic of Ireland captain has confirmed he’s leaving LA Galaxy but says he’s looking for one last playing challenge.Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has been named as the manager of the month for October.He won the award after guiding them to four successive top flight victories in the month, in which they didn’t concede a goal. Forward Eden Hazard completed a double for Chelsea, winning the player prize.Meanwhile, Arsenal take on Manchester United in Old Trafford tomorrow afternoon.United have been inconsistent in the league this season and are currently sixth.Former Chelsea and Republic of Ireland defender Paddy Mulligan says Jose Mourinho has a lot on his plate at the moment.last_img read more

August 14, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgWellington Police Notes on Thursday, January 17, 2013•2:12 a.m. Officers investigated a theft by a known suspect in the 1400 block E. 16th, Wellington.•7:55 a.m. Sadie M. Troutman, 17, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 42 mph in a 30 mph zone.•9:15 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite which occurred on January 1, 2013 in the 300 block. S. C, Wellington.•8 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 100 block. N. Washington, Wellington.•11:00 a.m. Officers took a report of a possible Animal Cruelty in the area of 4th and U.S. 81, Wellington.•12:28 p.m. Officers took a report of a found bicycle in the 1100 block. N. C, Wellington.•12:47 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.•1:53 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 300 block. S. Ash, Wellington.•2:30 p.m. Officers took a report of found wallet in Woods Park, Wellington.•4 p.m. Officers took a report of found bicycle in the 400 block. S. Blain, Wellington.•7:10 p.m. Juvenile male, 17, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with no proof of insurance and wrong way on a one way.•7:44 p.m. Officers investigated a burglary and theft in the 1100 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.•8 p.m. Robert L. Lusk, 65, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 58 mph in a 35 mph zone.•8:12 p.m. Officers investigated a battery and criminal damage by a known suspect to property in the 900 block W. 8th, Wellington.last_img read more

January 14, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img– Advertisement – Associate Justice Sie-A-Nyene-Yuoh Large numbers of criminal defendants who had been jointly placed on a single indictment (accusation or charge), have the legal opportunity to appeal for the separation of their charges from each other, after Associate Justice Sie-A-Nyene G. Yuoh ruled that prosecution’s charges against defendants Alice and Edwina Youti had been wrongly handled by Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court ‘A.’Defendants Alice and Edwina were along with the prime defendant, Jonathan Williams jointly indicted by the government for the death of Journalist Tyron A. Browne of Super FM Radio Station on April 15 this year, in the Duport Road Community, Paynesville.The Youtis were charged with hindering law enforcement on grounds that they allegedly, deliberately and criminally concealed information about the murder of Journalist Browne by defendant Williams from April 15 up to the date of his arrest on April 20 when he was subsequently charged with murder.Based on those charges, the Youti legal team, headed by Cllr. Jonathan Massaquoi, prayed Judge Roosevelt Willie to separately try co-defendants Alice and Edwina from Williams, because the indictment charging the two co-defendants for hindering law enforcement did not point out any acts of conspiracy and facilitation by them to commit the alleged act of murder.Despite their arguments, Judge Willie proceeded to deny and subsequently demand that they be jointly tried with defendant Williams, who is on trial for murder. Therefore Cllr. Massaquoi filed for a writ of certiorari, contending that only the magisterial court has jurisdiction over the matter, and not the Criminal Court ‘A.’In her ruling, Justice Yuoh maintained that Willie was in error to have denied the defendants separate trial, and that such denial endangers the rights of the accused to have a free, fair and impartial trial.Therefore, she reminded Willie that prosecuting the defendants along with a murder suspect will be antagonistic that would amount to unfair prejudice against them; one of the arguments relied upon by Cllr. Massaquoi.“The alternative writ of certiorari is hereby affirmed and the pre-emptory writ is ordered issued,” Justice Yuoh declared.Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court ‘A’Judge Willie’s ruling denying the motion for separate trial from defendant Williams by Alice and Edwina Youti is hereby reversed, according to Justice Yuoh.She meanwhile instructed by saying that “the matter regarding the co-defendants be transferred to the appropriate magisterial court in accordance with the law regarding such transfer, and that the trial thereof be prioritized.”Yuoh emphasized that in the face of Judge Willie’s enormous errors in handling the proceedings, his failure to relinquish jurisdiction on the charge of hindering law enforcement, a first degree misdemeanor cognizable before a magisterial court.That decision was against numerous opinions of the Supreme Court, and “his disregard for the defendants’ constitutional right to be tried by a magisterial court are all circumstances when put together justifies the reversal of his ruling, and granting the pre-emptory writ of certiorari,” she added defending her action.According to Yuoh, “prosecution in our jurisdiction is to seek justice for both the state as well as the criminal defendant but not to convict… To afford the accused a fair, speedily and impartial public trial is sacrosanct, irrespective of the ghastly character of the crime he or she is charged with.  This is because fair trial, according to the Liberian constitution is an entitlement,” the Chamber justice explained.“It is therefore, mandatory on all courts of law in this jurisdiction that rights that have been constitutionally granted, be safeguarded and enjoyed by all criminal defendants in the conduct of criminal proceedings. Utmost, diligence is even more obligatory on all courts in the country, where the criminal defendant is tried as those in the murder case,” Justice Yuoh said.Prior to her decision, Massaquoi had argued that the joiner of the crimes of murder and hindering law enforcement would unfairly prejudice Alice and Edwina’s interest, and both constitutional and statutory rights of them.He also contended that the allegation of hindering law enforcement as charged in the indictment may have occurred after the alleged act of murder was committed and completed.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more