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BIN LADEN – LOOKING FOR THE DEATH

bin Laden

 by Erik Hare|

When the ticker ran across the screen announcing the death of Osama bin Laden, I didn’t know what to think at first.  It wasn’t too long before I decided that what I wanted more than anything was to see how the rest of the world was reacting – not online, but in person.  I went up to the neighborhood bar to watch the news and have a quick drink. (mais…)

MUERTE DE PERIODISTAS ESTADOUNIDENSES EN LIBIA

Muerte de dos periodistas en Libia causa declaración oficial en

EE.UU

De Semana.com

Imagen de 2003 del fotógrafo de Getty Images Chris Hondros, caminando por una calle de Monrovia, Liberia. Hondros resultó muerto este miércoles durante un cubrimiento en la ciudad libia de Misurate. El cineasta y fotógrafo británico Tim Hetherington falleció en ese mismo hecho.

La secretaria de estado de EE.UU. exigió al régimen de Gadafi liberar a otros dos periodistas estadounidenses.

La secretaria de Estado de EE.UU., Hillary Clinton, se mostró especialmente “entristecida” por la muerte de dos periodistas en Libia y pidió la liberación inmediata de todos estadounidenses detenidos “injustamente” en ese país. (mais…)

Post Mortem / Death Investigation in America

County Prosecutors Withheld Evidence About Doctor’s

Credibility

by Sergio Hernandez
ProPublica

.Dr. Thomas Gill at the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s Office in Kansas City, Mo., in 2004. Solano County, Calif., where Dr. Gill performed autopsies while working for Forensic Medical Group, is now reviewing more than two dozen homicide cases in which Dr. Gill performed the autopsies. (Michael McClure)

Officials in Solano County, Calif., have discovered that prosecutors long had evidence of a local forensic pathologist’s error-riddled career and that, in at least one homicide case, failed to give defense attorneys potentially exculpatory evidence. (mais…)

SAN BRUNO EXPLOSION

San Bruno explosion death toll climbs to seven; six are missing

Search of the devastated neighborhood continues.

Town hall meetingHarold W. Brooks, chief executive of the Bay Area Chapter of the American Red Cross, speaks to thousands of residents at St. Roberts Church during a town hall meeting Saturday. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times
By John Hoeffel, Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Christopher Goffard
Reporting from San Bruno and Los Angeles
The death toll mounted to seven Saturday and the search continued for six people still missing three days after a massive gas line explosion tore through a San Bruno neighborhood.
The cause of the disaster remained an open question, with gas company officials saying that the blown pipeline had been inspected just last year. (mais…)

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