Brian O’Callaghan was ordered held without bond after prosecutors told a judge the child was unresponsive for hours before his father took him to the hospital. OCallaghan is accused of beating his son so severely doctors at Childrens Hospital determined he was “brain dead” on arrival. In court Tuesday, prosecutors said the three-year-old suffered abusive head trauma. But defense attorney Steve McCool described the childs injuries as accidental after having hit his head in the tub and falling down a set of steps in the days leading up to his death. O’Callaghan was described in court Tuesday as a decorated Marine combat veteran who served in Kosovo and Iraq. Fluent in Arabic, he now works as an analyst at the National Security Agency. McCool said that O’Callaghan was the head of the agency’s Korea division; however, that had not been independently confirmed. McCool says O’Callaghan even had a hand in the liberation of prisoner of war Jessica Lynch. But that background failed to sway the judge and the 38-year-old was ordered held without bond. “Incredibly disappointed in the judges ruling today, but this is just the first step, said McCool. As I said in court, ultimately when all of the evidence is presented in this case, we are all going to know the truth.
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Iran says it won’t scrap any nuclear facility
Garcinia Cambogia is an Indonesian plant that resembles a pumpkin. Found in Asia, this fruit has been used for centuries in traditional medicine, to treat a variety of diseases. This plant is mostly known for its energy-boosting and appetite-suppressing properties, this is why many manufacturers have started to use Garcinia Cambogia extract in their weight loss supplements. The secret lies in the active ingredient in Hydroxycitric Acid – HCA, which has several different effects on the body. HCA plays a pivotal role in the weight loss process, as it prevents the body from storing carbohydrates under the form of fat. In other words, instead of using the carbohydrates to produce fat, the body burns them in order to get the energy it needs to complete the day-to-day activities.
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Match Play: The tournament impossible to predict, and 5 reasons why
Robocoin is installing these automated teller machines in Seattle, Wash., and Austin, Texas. The kiosks will enable a person to buy and sell the digital currency after scanning the user’s government-issued identification, like a driver’s license or a passport. People will be able to sell bitcoin for cash, buy more bitcoin, or transfer funds through a digital wallet. The new ATMs are not Robocoin’s only machines. The Las Vegas company installed its first bitcoin ATM in Vancouver last fall.
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Bitcoin ATMs To Land In The US
Europe. Just don’t expect Tom Watson or Paul McGinley to be glued to the television. Most of these matches feature players who have only seen a Ryder Cup from their living room. Bubba Watson plays Mikko Ilonen of Finland. Watson probably has never met Ilonen. It’s a fair bet he’s never heard of Finland. Matt Kuchar plays Bernd Wiesberger of Austria. Billy Horschel plays Jamie Donaldson of Wales.
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From flames to fiery opposition, protests rock Thailand, Ukraine, Venezuela
An injured government supporter is carried to a hospital during clashes with anti-government protesters in Bangkok on Saturday, February 1. Gunshots were fired during a confrontation, injuring at least six people. A soldier takes cover as violence escalates before the elections on February 1. An anti-government protester inspects bullet holes in a window of his comrade’s truck. An injured man gestures after fleeing from the gun shots. Protesters take cover as gun shots are fired. Anti-government protesters wave national flags during a parade in Bangkok. Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban cheers during a march through Bangkok’s Chinatown. Thai electoral officials prepare material for the general elections at a district office in Bangkok on February 1. Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election Protests in Thailand’s national election HIDE CAPTION Photos: Protests in Thailand’s national election Thailand What are protesters’ demands? Protesters in Bangkok have been calling for months for the ouster of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, whom they allege is a puppet of her billionaire brother, the deposed, exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Who’s protesting? Opposition to Thaksin and Yingluck is strongest among the urban elites and middle class.
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Kanye West May Appear In New ‘Drunk In Love’ Remix Video
As you probably know by now, Beyonce released a visual album, which consisted of a whopping fourteen tracks and videos to accompany each track. Although Beyonce already released a pretty solid video for Drunk In Love we are learning that she may be filming a second version, which begs the question if West will pop up as well. Drunk In Love featuring Kanye West was debuted by Hot 97s Angie Martinez and following that Idolator reports that Beyonce hinted at a new video featuring her frequent collaborator and friend. Clips were released of Beyonce wearing a cowgirl hat and swinging a lasso, which usually wouldnt indicate a video, but the imagery involved correlates to Wests racy lyrics about his relationship with Kim Kardashian. You reverse that cowgirl / you reverse, reversing / and I impregnated your mouth, girl. Although its just chatter among music sites, we can imagine that West would want to capitalize on the success, or at least the controversial nature surrounding Beyonces Drunk In Love. In addition to Kanyes Drunk In Love version, another artist, The Weeknd also decided to make an unauthorized version for his fans, and that version is pretty solid as well. As for Kanye, even if he doesnt appear in a new video, hes already a very busy artist. Some may argue that the Stronger rapper is a bit over saturated at this point. One person that may not agree with that is West, who recently just compared himself to Prince during a New Jersey show. West, who is currently on tour to support his album Yeezus, took to the Prudential Center, and compared himself to greats like Prince, Miles Davis, Lauryn Hill and Tupac. During his set he related himself to a Gemini creator having said during his now famous onstage rants/sermon.
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Washington state lawmakers pass measure giving immigrants college aid
Ashton’s spokesman, Michael Mann, warned of the “intensive and difficult work lying ahead of us.” Araghchi said the talks got off to a `’very good beginning.” But he tempered expectations, saying that even if the negotiations end later this week with nothing more than a future agenda `’we’ve accomplished a lot.” Under the first step deal reached in November and implemented in January, Iran began to carry out a series of steps over six months. They include diluting or converting its stockpile of higher enriched uranium that can be turned quickly into weapons-grade material and not to make any more for the next six months. Iran also agreed not to increase its stockpile of lower-enriched uranium and not to set up new centrifuges at its enrichment plants as well as to rigorous oversight of the implementation of its commitments by the U.N. nuclear agency. Sanctions to be suspended in return over the duration of interim agreement include those on Iran’s petrochemical exports, its trade in gold and precious metals, its car industry and the supply of parts for Iran’s civil aviation industry. There will be no new sanctions as long as the first step deal remains in effect. For the U.S. administration, successful talks would be a major step toward rapprochement with a country that transformed from a close regional partner to a bitter rival after the 1979 revolution that toppled Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and installed the Islamic Republic under the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Critics in the U.S.
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Authorities haven’t verified her claims, although they are investigating. Many are skeptical. Barbour and her husband, Elytte Barbour, 22, do face murder charges in the 2013 death of 42-year-old Troy LaFerrara, who police say the couple lured with a Craigslist ad, strangled, repeatedly stabbed and dumped in a yard. If her other claims are true, Barbour would be one of the nation’s most prolific serial killers . Gary Ridgway, known as the Green River Killer, pleaded guilty to killing 49 women in Washington state in the 1980s and 1990s. Randy Steven Kraft may have killed as many as 65 young men in the 1970s and early 1980s. Based on the numbers she gave Scarcella, Barbour would have had to kill on average somewhere between every three weeks and every three months. For six years. Without leaving a trace. Yet in the 2013 killing, police documents show Barbour told police she and her husband couldn’t clean up all the blood LaFerrara’s killing left in her CR-V, and that one of the ways investigators traced the killing to her was her own cell phone.
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Alaska: No evidence Miranda Barbour killed someone here
States that have enacted similar measures include California, Illinois, and Texas. “This bill ensures that the young men and women we’ve invested in at our high schools and who aspire to become productive American citizens will now have fair access to the financial support they need,” Inslee said in a statement. Last June, the U.S. Senate passed a comprehensive bill that would provide a path to citizenship for the approximately 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally, while tightening border security. The bill stalled in the U.S. House, and some conservative Republicans in both chambers remain opposed to offering legal status for adults who live in the United States unlawfully. The Washington state bill’s passage signals a shift among Republicans in a state with a growing Latino population, particularly in many of its conservative-leaning rural districts. As recently as last month, Republicans in the state Senate – a chamber the party controls with the backing of two dissident Democrats – dismissed the measure’s prospects as dim, saying it was low on their list of priorities. But several of these lawmakers late last month introduced a version of the bill they labeled the Real Hope Act. That measure passed the chamber by a 35-10 vote, with unanimous Democratic support, Republicans split 10-10, and four Republicans abstaining.
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