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Rosario said that he and Barry tried to calm the 66 year old down, telling Danner that they did not want to handcuff her.

“I figured, probably, she would comply once we get in the bedroom,” Rosario testified. Rosario held it upright and made a small circular motion with it. He said Danner did this with the bat while leaning on her bed.

The officer testified that Sergeant Barry then said, “Ma’am, drop the bat,” about three times before firing his gun.

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As he did on Monday during questioning by the prosecution, Rosario said Danner did not actually swing the bat.

Still, the sergeants union said if Barry thought Danner was going to swing it, the shooting was justified.

“I think everyone was planning to wrestle her and get control of her, but then what changed you heard him say it she picked up a bat all of sudden, and that made a difference as to what happened,” said Ed Mullins of the Sergeants Benevolent Association.

Danner, a paranoid schizophrenic, was killed in her Bronx apartment in October of 2016. Prosecutors charge that Barry did not have to shoot her, and ignored his training in doing so.

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Lord Adonis accused Chris Grayling of being “monstrous” and “heartless” as the row over the East Coast Mainline escalated.

The Transport Minister bailed out Stagecoach, one of the biggest companies in the country, after it said it couldn’t make payments on the troubled rail franchise.

Lord Adonis, a former Transport Minister himself, accused Mr Grayling of making the wrong choices, simply because he didn’t want Jeremy Corbyn to look good.

In a devastating attack on LBC, he told James O’Brien: “It doesn’t matter whether you are left wing or right wing, it’s about doing your job properly.

“The right thing for Chris Grayling to have done is to set up a state company to take over these services when the private sector reneges on its contract and walks away.

“The reason Chris Grayling wouldn’t do that, which is the reason he has done all these bailouts, is because he doesn’t want to be seen to give a point to Jeremy Corbyn on the question of public ownership. Even when, on a pragmatic value for money basis, it was the right thing to do. It would save money for the taxpayer.

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Belichick was then pressed for reasoning on why he thought keeping his former starting cornerback out of the game was best for the team.

“I appreciate the question, but it would be a much longer discussion,” Belichick said. “There are a lot of things that go into that. In the end, the final decision is what I said it was.”

Belichick wouldn’t address several questions about whether he intends to come back to the Patriots next season. The coach said he already had addressed the issue. “I don’t have to answer the same question every day,” Belichick said. “It’s ridiculous . . . “At the end of every season every player goes through some kind of process and the following year is the following year,” Belichick said. “I can’t speak for anyone else . . . five minutes after the game is not best time to make those decisions.”The Patriots are poised to lose both defensive coordinator Matt Patricia (to coach the Lions) and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels (to coach the Colts). Belichick had no update on their status. There was a report from Pro Football Talk on Sunday that the McDaniels move to Indianapolis might not be a sure thing,
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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) Youngstown State University Defensive Coordinator Carl Pelini is leaving the Penguins program to take the same position at Bowling Green.

Pelini just completed his third year on the YSU staff, alongside his brother, Head Football Coach Bo Pelini. He coached a pair of NFL draft picks during his time with the Penguins in Defensive Ends Derek Rivers (Patriots 3rd round) and Avery Moss (Giants 5th round).

He has coached in Ohio at Cardinal Mooney High School, Austintown Fitch High School and Ohio University. His college coaching career includes time as an assistant at Kansas State, Minnesota State, Ohio and Nebraska.

Pelini was the head coach at Florida Atlantic in 2012 and 2013.

He heads to Bowling Green to help a Falcons team that finished this past season with a record of 2 10.

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Contrails are exhaust coming from these jet planes, mostly water but what some conspiracy theorists believe is that those trails are actually chemical trails, or chemtrails purposefully filled with deadly toxins.

Retired FBI agent Ted Gunderson says these chemicals are slowly killing the planet.

“Birds are dying around the world. Fish are dying by the hundreds of thousands. This is genocide. This is poison. This is murder,” says Gunderson.

Not all buy the hype.

“It’s very difficult to tell if it’s anything other than normal plane exhaust,” says James Ayers, a Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at Colorado Mesa University.

He says it’s unlikely the government is experimenting with human lives.

“People have talked about the idea of putting particles into the atmosphere to try and observe cooling kind of like volcanoes do, but it wouldn’t be very practical; the amounts you’d have to put in and the potentially toxic side effects would be extreme,” says Ayers.

He says lingering contrails have to do with one element.

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Peterson says these persistent contrails rarely existed before 1980 and they’ve only gotten worse.

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Snider insists the plumes are more than just exhaust and wants the government to recognize that publicly.

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Peterson says because of geo engineering, less direct sunlight makes its way into the atmosphere causing massive deficiencies of Vitamin D among humans.
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The Iowa Barn Foundation focuses on barns close up during its annual tours in different areas of Iowa. This year’s coordinators are Ron McBroom, Ginnie Hargis, Bill Krause, Jack Van Laar, Judy Partridge, and Dianne Oswald.

A picnic will be held Sunday noon at the historic Ron McBroom Ginnie Hargis Barn, 1218 Highway 169, Winterset (Madison County) Barn is five miles south of I 80 (Adel, De Soto, Winterset exit). (For reservations, mail a check for $9 to Ron McBroom and Ginnie Hargis, 1218 Highway 169, Winterset, 50273. If you have questions, call Ron McBroom and Ginnie Hargis, 515 834 2026.

Miller Barn 2107 120th St., Winterset. Take the Highway 169 exit off I 80. Gojive miles south to 120th Street. Turn right (west) and drive 0.75 miles.

Gabled barn was built in the teens or twenties. Has center hay storage from ground to roof.

Martens Barns 2091 120th St., Winterset. Next door (west) to Miller barns. Peters who settled the property in 1868. Fred Martens’ grandfather purchased the farm in 1915. Ron McBroom, a tour coordinator, generously donated time and hard work toward the restoration of this barn, after learning that it was vulnerable, because he thought it should be preserved. The north barn was the cattle barn and crib; the south barn was used for horses. A manure bucket system runs on an S curve track around the basement of this barn. At some time, an old homesteader’s claim shack was moved between the two barns for additional storage. (Martensdale is named for the family.)

Wilson Barn 1217 Highway 169, Winterset. Travel five miles south of I 80 on Highway 169. Barn is on right side of highway next to big white house.

Pegged horse barn was built around 1883. Barn is full floored with limestone foundation.

Draman Barn 1939 Highway 169, Winterset. Travel about 13 miles south from I 80 on Highway 169. On west side of the highway (about one mile north of Winterset/Highway 92).

This small stone barn, probably built in the mid to late 1870, is a jewel in the center of Iowa. The barn has a gabled roof and was a cow barn. It is on the National Historic Register.

Smith Barn 2797 Pioneer Ave., Peru. Travel through downtown Winterset and keep heading south on Clark Tower Road (also called Old Highway 169 and P71) for 6 miles. Turn left on Peru Road and drive 3.3 miles to Pioneer Avenue.

Turn left (north) and go to the corner of Peru Road and Pioneer Avenue.

Pegged barn was built around 1920. Bark still remains on some of the interior lumber.

Blake Barn 2155 Benson Street. Weldon. Take Exit 29 off I 35 (south of Osceola). Go east for 1.5 miles to Highway 69. Turn right (south) onto Highway 69 and go 4 miles to Benson St (CR H50). and turn right (west) for 1.5 miles.

This 33 foot by 39 foot barn actually sits on Benson Street, which crosses over I 35. Interestingly, the barn is highly visible from I 35. The barn was built in 1902, has a gambrel roof, and a stairway to the loft.

West Barn 2239 Clarke Decatur St. Weldon. Take Exit 29 off1 35 (south of Osceola). Go east for 1.5 miles to Highway 69. Turn right (south) on Highway 69 and drive for about 5 miles to Clarke Decatur Street (Weldon corner). Turn right and drive for 1.5 miles. Or from the Blake barn, go back to Highway 69, turn right (south) and travel 1 more mile. Take another right onto Clarke Decatur Street (CR J12) and drive for 1.5 miles.

In a nostalgic hidden comer of Clarke County is this 30 boot by 60 foot pegged barn. Barn is unusual in that it has a large hay mow door on each end of the barn. 69 (Northwest Church Street) and Iowa Highway 2), proceed 3 miles north. The house is on the east side ofthe highway with the barn behind it.

Unusual and important barn was built in 1905 by Aaron Goodman to house farm horses. Half pie slice shaped stalls lined the perimeter of the barn. Paul and Terri Vaughn purchased the farm in 1990 from Aaron Goodman’s children. The barn is featured in the Lowell Soike book, “Without Right Angles.”

Shetland Pony Farm 21588 Pony Farm Road, Leon. From Leon, go 3.5 miles east on Iowa Highway 2. Turn south on Pony Farm Road (CR R58) and travel 1.5 miles.

The barn, built after the tum of the century, was created with redwood from the Northwest. During the 1950s, the barn, built in the 1930s, became the center of activity for a renowned Shetland pony operation. Ponies were sold to various catalogs including Spiegel and possibly Sears. The owner was a Leon native from Chicago who had the name Cowpuncher.

Ross Farm 24977 327th Ave., Lineville (Woodland). Fromfourway stop in Leon, travel east on Iowa Highway 2 for 8 miles to Woodland Road (CR R69). Turn south on Woodland Road and travel five miles to Woodland Church. Turn east for a halfmile to the Rossfarm.

This farm is referred to as on “the old Bedford Ross place.” Bedford Ross bred, raised and exhibited American Saddlebreds, Percherons, and a Belgian, all of which he had stallions he stood at stud. He also had a Hackney Shetland pony stud. He kept horses and worked them on the farm until seven or eight years before he died in 1998. The barn was built in the 1930s. Farm is owned by Gabe Adair, who is from an “old” area family.

Old Iowa State Farm (Hullinger Farm) 30107 County Road J66. Go east on Iowa Highway 2 from Leon two miles to Lineville Road (CR R52) and turn south.

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Portland State got hot, and was able to cool off EWU’s hottest player.

Despite a late run that pared a 15 point lead down to seven, the Eastern Washington University men’s basketball team suffered a 94 81 loss to Portland State Saturday (Feb. 3) in Portland, Ore. The game took place at Lewis Clark College while the 3,000 seat Viking Pavilion, a $50 million renovation of the 50 year old Peter W. Stott Center, is being built on the PSU campus.

Eastern trailed from start to finish, but had a 10 2 run to pull within seven with 5:14 left. The Vikings then scored the next six points to end EWU’s comeback hopes before sealing the win at the free throw line.

Portland State scored the most points the Eagles have allowed all season just one game after EWU had its best defensive performance of the year in a 74 54 win at Sacramento State. Eastern allowed 44 points in the paint to be scored by PSU.

“I haven’t said it too many times this season that our energy wasn’t where it needed to be,” said Eastern head coach Shantay Legans. “We didn’t play the way we should have been playing. It’s tough. We just didn’t execute what we wanted to do.”

The loss dropped Eastern to 7 4 in the league season and evened Eastern’s record at 12 12 on the year. Portland State snapped a three game losing streak in improving to 14 9 overall and 4 6 in the conference.

Eastern all time leading scorer Bogdan Bliznyuk, who had scored 94 points in his last three outings, was held to 13 points and 11 total shots, but did have team highs of nine rebounds and six assists. The Eagles made 48.5 percent of their shots, but allowed a season high of 57.6 percent.

Junior Cody Benzel had 21 points with seven 3 pointers, and senior Sir Washington had 12 points and a pair of treys as the Eagles made 11 of 34 3 point attempts. EWU 7 footer Benas Griciunas sank all five of his shots and finished with 10 points.

The Eagles are 12 12 on the season and 7 4 in the Big Sky, and have still won nine of their last 13 games.

The Vikings are 4 6 in the league and 14 9 overall, and were coming off a 97 88 home loss to Idaho on Thursday that was the third straight loss for PSU.

Eastern is at 7 4 in the Big Sky Conference, and is trying to maintain a top four position in order to secure a first round bye in the league tournament in March. The Eagles were coming off a resounding 74 54 victory at Sacramento State on Feb. 1, and entered action Saturday tied with Idaho at third in the standings at 7 3. Heading into Saturday’s action, Montana was 10 0 and Weber State second at 7 2, followed by Idaho (7 3), Idaho State (5 4), Montana State (5 5) and Northern Colorado (5 5).

Eastern’s next game is Friday, Feb. Earlier this season, the Eagles suffered their lone home loss of the season in a 58 51 setback to the Vandals.

Eastern doesn’t play at home again until Montana visits on Feb. 15. The Eagles are now 53 10 (84 percent) at Reese Court in the past five seasons since 2013 14. However, the Eagles saw their 12 game home court winning streak snapped against Idaho on Jan. 12, having not lost at home since falling to Montana on Jan. 7, 2017.

Eastern has enjoyed double digit advantages in shooting in four Big Sky games this year, and an overall advantage in seven of its last nine. But Portland State turned the tables on the Eagles, sinking 57.6 percent compared to 48.5 percent for EWU. It was the best shooting percentage against the Eagles this season, besting the 55.2 percent Northern Colorado made against the Eagles in the league opener on Dec. 29. Portland State freshman Holland Woods made all 10 of his shots from the field to finish with a career high 29 points. Eastern, which had made at least half of its shots in six of its last 12 games, was coming off a season best 57.1 percent performance against Sacramento State on Feb. 1 when Bogdan Bliznyuk made 15 of 18 shots on his way to a 40 point night. For the season, Eastern is now 11 1 when they out shoot their opponents and 1 11 when they don’t.

The Vikings jumped out to a 25 11 lead early in the game, and then scored 11 of the first 14 points in the second half. The Eagles trailed by just seven at halftime, but the Vikings led by as many as 15 in the second half. The closest EWU could come after that was seven with 5:14 to play. An offensive rebound basket with 4:45 to play started a game deciding 6 0 run by the Vikings. That field goal was the first of seven straight field goals PSU made in the final 4:45, and the Vikings drained six free throws in the final two minutes.

Eastern all time leading scorer Bogdan Bliznyuk made 5 of 11 shots from the field and all three of his free throws to finish with 13 points, nine rebounds and six assists. It was his 21st double figure scoring performance of the season, and his 89th in 127 career games. He has now made 49 consecutive free throws dating back to EWU’s game at North Dakota on Dec. 31.

Junior Cody Benzel sank 7 of 13 3 pointers and finished with 21 points, his second 20 point performance of the season and career. It was also his fifth scoring performance of the year of at least 10 points and 13th of his career.

Senior Sir Washington scored all 12 of his points in the first half, and also had four rebounds and three assists. He was averaging 8.8 points per league game for the Eagles, and had his fifth double figure scoring performance of the year (20th of his career).

Senior graduate transfer Benas Griciunas had his fourth double figure scoring performance of the season by making all five of his shots and finishing with 10 points. He had scored only six points total in the five games he played since having a career high 16 against Sacramento State on Jan. 6.

Eastern handled Portland State’s pressure defense quite well, with just 10 turnovers leading to only 12 points for the Vikings. The Eagles were averaging just 11.6 turnovers per game to rank 40th in Division I, but did have its second most turnovers with 20 in an 81 74 victory over the Vikings on Jan. 4. The Eagles gave up season highs of 18 offensive rebounds and 18 points off turnovers in that previous meeting. The Vikings entered the rematch leading NCAA Division I in steals (11.0 per game), turnover margin (+7.5 per game) and fouls (23.3 per game), while ranking second in turnovers forced (20.14, just .04 behind the national leader). As a result of their defensive pressure, the Vikings average 88.0 points per game to rank fourth nationally.

Big Sky Conference Player of the Year candidate Bogdan Bliznyuk now has 1,909 career points in 127 career games, and he is just 18 points from ranking eighth in league history. With 40 points against Sacramento State on Feb. 1, he moved up to ninth in league history as he passed Montana State’s Nate Holmstadt with 1,864 points from 1995 99. Ranking No. 8 is Steve Conner from Boise State with 1,927 from 1974 78. If the Eagles play just the minimum of eight games left this season and he maintains his average of 20.0 points per game, Bliznyuk would finish third in league history with 2,069 points. If Bliznyuk matches his 23.6 average in league games, he would finish with 2,089 and finish 13 behind the record of 2,102. Earlier this season he broke the previous school record of 1,803 set by Venky Jois (2013 16). Bliznyuk is just the third player since 2000 to crack the Big Sky’s top 10, joining Weber State’s Jeremy Senglin (2013 17) and Damian Lillard (2008 12). Senglin scored 2,078 points to rank only behind the record 2,102 Orlando Lightfoot from Idaho scored in three seasons from 1991 94. Lillard is No. 6 with 1,934 points.

Now 3 3 on the season in league road games, EWU has now split its last seven two game league road trips. The Eagles swept the Southern Utah and Northern Arizona road trip in February of 2016, and one trip earlier that season was swept by the Montana schools.

Comments from Head Coach Shantay Legans . . .

On Holland Woods PSU: “Woods played great and handled the pressure. He’s a freshman who is going to be good down the road he is right now. So we have to make sure we do a better job the next time because we might see them again in the conference tournament. We gave up 44 points in the paint we call it ‘home’ and we didn’t protect home.”

On EWU’s Energy: “Sometimes that happens, but I didn’t like the energy of our guys today. It’s not a light switch you can’t turn it on and off. We just can’t come in and play that way, especially teams like this. Once they got going they hit some tough shots. In these types of games and teams like this you have to get on them early, and we didn’t. We let them dictate the game early and that led to the loss.”

On Giving Up Late Offensive Rebound to Spark 6 0 PSU Run: “We talked to our team about 50 50 balls and we have to get those. We have to do better on the defensive boards and not give those up. We battled back and came within seven points, but we lost the momentum and couldn’t get a defensive rebound when we need one. It’s tough to take a loss like that and get another split. We feel like we are right there with that team.”

On Defense Versus Bliznyuk: “They did a good job of denying Bogdan the ball everywhere. They followed their game plan and did what their coach wanted them to do.”
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