Dear Editor,GECOM Chairman, Justice (retired) James Patterson in a recent letter to the media on the crisis of domestic violence and femicide, stated, “Our women folk must bear some responsibility. It is not wise to be cute and clueless. Women must understand that you have a duty to upgrade yourselves”.This excursion into the age-old tactic of blaming the victim was, in the words of one member of The Caribbean Voice, “unnerving” and elicited “disbelief”. The fact is that research clearly shows that abuse has nothing to do with the ‘cuteness’, educational status or social standing of victims.Domestic violence and abuse stem from a desire to gain and maintain power and control over an intimate partner (see wheel of power and control below). Abusive people believe they have the right to control and restrict their partners, and they may enjoy the feeling that exerting power gives them. They believe they can get away with the abuse and far too often they do. In effect, abuse is a choice.Additionally, Justice Patterson’s remarks, that, “Women have been infected by the orgies of violence and both genders seem to have outsourced their brain,” seems like an attempt to tar both the abused and the abuser with the same brush so as to provide an escape for the abuser by implying that the victim is equally to be blamed.Justice Patterson adds, “I also understand how women could goad us to fury”. While he follows this up with “Yet, that is no excuse for us to wage a donnybrook in the home of which the headship rests on us,” this remark does not nullify the import of the previous one, which seeks to blame women for their abuse. Again, mountains of research make it clear that provocation (of any and all sorts) is not a cause for abuse.The second part of the latter remark: “home of which the headship rests on us [men]” is rather startling since the concept of men as head of households reinforces the abuser who feels a sense of entitlement and believes that his life should take priority. As well, abusers often believe that their own feelings and needs should be the priority in their relationships, so they use abusive tactics to dismantle equality and make their partners feel less valuable and less deserving of respect in the relationship.The Caribbean Voice strongly urges opinion shapers and influencers in our society to always premise their remarks about social issues such as abuse on the facts and the evidence, which are available in mountainous amounts at the click or rolling of a mouse these days. To do as Justice Patterson did in his letter provides justification as well as fuel to abusers while it also re-victimises victims.Sincerely,The Caribbean Voice
– Advertisement – NEC Chair Jerome Kokoya By Abednego DavisA decision is expected today on whether or not Cllr. Jerome G. Korkoya will remain as head of the National Elections Commission (NEC).The announcement was made yesterday by Associate Justice Philip A.Z. Banks, who presided over the legal argument regarding Korkoya’s dual citizenship.Today’s expected judgment emanated from a complaint filed to the Supreme Court by Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh, a presidential hopeful in the upcoming elections, against Korkoya where he claimed a Writ of Prohibition.The Writ of Prohibition is an order from the superior court to a lower court directing the judge and the parties to cease the litigation, because the lower court has no proper jurisdiction to hear or determine the matter.Before today’s ruling, Korkoya had argued that the lawsuit against him was “a dangerous game,” and a clever attempt by politicians to take away his Liberian citizenship and to make him stateless.Korkoya also contended that Dr. Tipoteh lacks the legal capacity to determine whether or not he is a citizen because that decision is in the purview of the Attorney General and the Minister of Justice.Tipoteh’s lawsuit seeks the intervention of the Supreme Court to prohibit Korkoya as NEC chairman from conducting the October elections because he is a citizen of the United States by his alleged possession of that country’s passport and for voting in US elections.Tipoteh also argued that in order for the results of the national elections to be considered credible, the legal capacity of persons conducting the elections, especially its chairman, who speaks for the Board of Commissioners and presides over its meetings, must not in any respect be in doubt.“The NEC requires that all candidates and voters participating in the 2017 presidential and representative elections comply with the Election Laws of Liberia and for the Commission to have the moral authority to rigorously enforce all provisions of said law, the Commission and its members must obey, abide by and comply with every provision of the Election Laws of Liberia,” Dr. Tipoteh said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T) on Thursday last deployed a 3G site at Diamond, East Bank Demerara, to provide services to its customers following the collapse of its cell site tower in July.The GTT tower moments after it collapsedAs a result of the intervention, all services that were affected in the area have been fully restored.On July 26, GTT’s cell site tower in Diamond, East Bank Demerara, collapsed across the East Bank Demerara Highway, causing a reduction in mobile coverage in the area. According to reports, the tower collapsed around 03:00h during a prolonged period of bad weather.The company has noted that investigations are still ongoing, however, the result of field tests will determine whether there will be a replacement of the collapsed tower. The 3G site is functioning efficiently to service all customers in the area.
A 32-year-old labourer was on Sunday stabbed to death with a barbecue fork, after an altercation between himself and a fisherman.Dead is Balchan “Avai” Baichan, who had no fixed place of abode.Reports are the incident occurred at about 13:20h at the suspect’s house, located at Logwood Squatting Area, Enmore North, East Coast Demerara (ECD).Police investigation revealed that the 67-year-old suspect was imbibing on his verandah when Baichan entered his yard. According to the police, the fisherman asked him to leave but he refused. This led to an argument and the suspect then armed himself with a barbecue fork and stabbed Baichan to his neck. The injured man was rushed to the Nabacalis Health Centre, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. His body was later taken to Jerrick’s Funeral Home, awaiting a post-mortem examination.Meanwhile, the pensioner was taken into custody and is assisting with the investigation.Just last October, a 22-year-old fisherman was knifed to death in front of his home by a young man with whom he had an old grievance. Noel Singh of Lot 33 Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara, was returning home from a local bar where he and his friends had been consuming alcohol and as he arrived in front of his yard, he was confronted by the suspect.This led to a continuation of an argument the duo had some six days prior to the stabbing incident. The row, however, escalated and the suspect reportedly whipped out a knife from his waistband and stabbed Singh twice to the left side of his chest and once to his back. He then cut the fisherman along his left wrist.As a result, Singh collapsed and fell into a drain in front of his yard. He managed to climb out and was picked up by one of his friends, who raised an alarm. The injured teen’s brother and others rushed him to the Leonora Cottage Hospital, West Coast Demerara (WCD), but he was pronounced dead on arrival.
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0Shares0000AS Roma forward Edin Dzeko scored his third goal in as many league matches © AFP / Vincenzo PINTOMILAN, Italy, Feb 9 – Stephan El Shaarawy and Edin Dzeko scored early with Aleksandar Kolarov adding a third after the break as Roma eased past basement club Chievo 3-0 to get back to winning ways and move up to fourth in Serie A.Eusebio Di Francesco’s side had been coming off two league draws and a humiliating 7-1 Coppa Italia exit to Fiorentina. Roma now occupy the final Champions League berth, a welcome boost ahead of their last 16, first leg tie against Porto next week in this season’s elite European competition.“We could have scored a few more goals, but I hope we held them back for Porto,” said Di Francesco.Chievo had held the Romans in their two previous meetings, battling back from two goals down to draw 2-2 in the Stadio Olimpico earlier this season.This time Roma did not let their lead slip, after also throwing away a three-goal lead to be held by Atalanta two weeks ago.Roma took control early with teenage striker Nicolo Zaniolo forcing goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino to pull off a diving save.El Shaarawy lobbed in the first after nine minutes with Dzeko adding the second goal ten minutes later.Chievo lost defender Nicolas Frey who hobbled off with a leg injury before the break with Serbian defender Kolorav getting the third six minutes after the interval.A well-worked Roma counterattack saw El Shaarawy came through for Dzeko to set up Kolarov who left Sorrentino helpless.The Serb then turn to bow to Roma’s ultras fans who had criticised him.“I think it was a great gesture, to apologise to the fans after what happened,” added Di Francesco of their struggles.Dzeko and El Shaarawy both missed chances to double their tally rattling the woodwork late on.Roma move up to fourth ahead of city rivals Lazio who had occupied the final Champions League berth overnight after a 1-0 win over Empoli on Thursday.Behind runaway leaders Juventus — who have 60 points from 22 games — and travel to Sassuolo on Sunday, and second-placed Napoli, nine points behind, who play at Fiorentina, the remaining two tickets for the Champions League and the Europa League berths remain up for grabs.Inter Milan, in third, are still looking for their first win of 2019 after being held by Sassuolo and defeats against Torino and Bologna with no goals scored.Luciano Spalletti’s side have 40 points, but are now just two points ahead of Roma and Lazio.AC Milan drop to sixth a further two points behind before their game against Cagliari on Sunday.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
The ETB have launched a wide range of excellent and diverse courses this Autumn, see below for all the details of the courses on offer.CO DONEGAL ETB POST LEAVING CERTIFICATEFETAC LEVEL 5 & 6 COURSES 2014/15ENROLLING NOW(duration one year – full time)LOCATION COURSE NAME CODE LEVEL TELEPHONE Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Nursing Studies 074-91- 21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal General Studies 074-91-21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Sports, Recreation and Exercise 074-91-21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Art, Craft and Design 074-91-21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Business Studies 074-91-21047 Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Early Childhood Care and Education 074-91-21047Errigal College, Windyhall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Hospitality Operations 074-91-21047Finn Valley College, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal Business Administration 074-91-31684St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. Donegal Horticulture 074-97-31491 St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. Donegal Nursing Studies 074-97-31491St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. Donegal Healthcare Support 074-97-31491St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. Donegal Early Childhood Care and Education 074-97-31491St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. Donegal eBusiness 074-97-31491St. Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs, Co. Donegal Early Childhood Care and Education 074-97-31491Coláiste Phobail Cholmcille, An Baile Úr, Oileán Thoraí, Na Doirí Beaga, Co. Dhún na nGall Tourism with Business 074-91-65448ETB LAUNCH WIDE RANGE OF DIVERSE COURSES THIS AUTUMN was last modified: August 18th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:AutumnBusinesscourseETBFeaturesNotices
A well-known County Donegal businessman will fly abroad tomorrow – saying he is being forced to work abroad by red-taped Government bureaucrats.John Shine runs a number of businesses in Killybegs and has been campaigning for a brighter future for the fishing town.But he says Government Minister Simon Coveney and his civil servants in the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine don’t understand or care about saving jobs. Mr Shine has been in dispute with the department over rent rises on property he leases from it in Killybegs.He says he came up with a business plan which would create up to ten jobs – but the refusal of the Government to review his rent or negotiate to extend his lease means he can no longer go ahead with his plans.“I had the finance from the bank, I had all the plans in place to open a deli and other businesses in the former ice house on the quay but this crazy stupid government and its civil servants won’t extend the lease until it’s actually run out so it’s no longer a bankable proposition,” said Mr Shine.“As a result I’m being forced to leave my family behind and go and find work abroad and I am flying out tomorrow. “This is what we have come to. We have a Government full of people with fine words but when it comes down to the nitty gritty we have the same civil servants operating the same rules and you can’t find a Government TD prepared to take them on and change things.“Instead of creating jobs in a town starved of jobs I’m being forced out too.”Mr Shine has been involved in a group called FishingForJobs but says getting through to the new Government has been “a nightmare.”He added: “I suppose like everyone else in the country I thought a change of Government would help this country through the bad times. I was so wrong.“There’s enough civil service red tape to strangle the country.” PREVIOUS ARTICLE HEREhttps://www.donegaldaily.com/2011/05/09/killybegs-businessman-says-there-is-soemthing-fishy-about-his-plans-to-open-seafood-deli/DONEGAL MAN’S ANGER: ‘GOVERNMENT IS FORCING ME TO EMIGRATE’ was last modified: January 6th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:John ShineKillybegs
San Bernardino would later score on three touchdown passes from Fuller. He hit receivers Mychael Bowden from 30 yards and Terence Driver on plays of 23 and 20 yards. Both coaches feel confident about their play after their SAL openers. “We’re playing a style that suits us and gives us an identity. We’re off to a great start,” Stevens said. Said Soward: “We played a real inspirational second half, and didn’t get discouraged in the fourth quarter.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Wortham increased San Gorgonio’s lead when he broke out for a 37-yard score on the first play of the Spartans’ third drive. The Cardinals’ defense struggled with the Spartans’ new set as Wortham exploited large gaps in the defense to gain the first two touchdowns on only his first two touches. “They never showed that set in their first few games, so we hadn’t prepared for it,” Cardinals coach Marcus Soward said. “It kind of shocked us a bit.” The Spartans continued their scoring onslaught as senior running back John Lewis connected with junior quarterback Eric Charles for a 15-yard score to cap off a 63-yard drive. Right after the ensuing kickoff, Lewis promptly intercepted an errant pass from Cardinals’ quarterback John Fuller for a 27-yard INT touchdown. “They were hot,” Soward said. “They came out fired up and we came out a little flat and they capitalized on it.” Before the Cardinals (0-6) managed to slow the Spartans down in the third quarter, San Gorgonio got offensive contributions off another Wortham carry of 6 yards, while junior running back Derrick Lyons added two more TDs on rushes of 24 and 18 yards. After winning their first two games, the Spartans offense sputtered in three straight losses. So, the Spartans (3-3) decided it was time to switch back to last season’s double wing set. “We haven’t run it all year, but the kids were comfortable with it and it showed,” Stevens said. “We have the right athletes for the double wing and they know how to make the correct reads for it.” SAN BERNARDINO – San Gorgonio coach Randy Stevens was looking for a quick turnaround for his squad and that’s exactly what he got against the San Bernardino Cardinals in a 49-20 victory in the teams’ San Andreas League opener. After three straight losses, the Spartans returned to a familiar offensive set in the double wing and it paid immediate dividends as senior running back Jeremiah Wortham scored from 72 yards out on their first play from scrimmage. The offensive barrage would continue for the rest of the half.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio State Fair is looking for past Sale of Champions exhibitors to attend this year’s 50th Anniversary of the Sale of Champions as honored guests of General Manager Virgil Strickler. Two tickets to the fair will be provided.If you know of anyone on the list below, let them know the Ohio State Fair would love their company at the 2017 Ohio State Fair Sale of Champions Livestock Auction — 50th Anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 6 at 2 p.m.Click here to sign up.Year Exhibitor 2016 Brooke Egbert 2016 Caden Jones 2016 Kylee Johnson 2016 Paige Pence 2016 Ashton Frey 2016 Lea Kimley 2016 Kady Davis 2016 Remmington Price 2016 Zac Ortman 2016 Taylor Carr 2016 Trevor Greiwe 2016 Madelyn Topp 2016 Alex Richardson 2016 Olivia Finke 2016 Keaton Topp 2016 Aubrey Topp 2015 Tyler Clark 2015 Oliver McGuire 2015 Bailee Amstutz 2015 Logan Harvel 2015 Troy Elwer 2015 Ashton Dominique 2015 Masson Sanders 2015 Katelyn Vollrath 2015 Caleb Murawski 2015 Mel Lindner 2015 Jillian Salmon 2015 Seth Abel 2015 Dorothy Rees 2015 Autumn Mohler 2015 Taylor Thatcher 2015 Mallory Spring 2015 Paige Pence 2015 Kinley Topp 2015 Kyle Ackley 2015 Grace Hageman 2015 Madelyn Topp 2015 Kennan Wolf 2015 Lane Greiwe 2014 Gerrett Davison 2014 Brooke Egbert 2014 Logan Harvel 2014 Colin Gump 2014 Hannah Frobose 2014 Nicholas Adams 2014 Madison Simon 2014 Ethan Weir 2014 Hanna Shafer 2014 Cami Reveal 2014 Braxton Perry 2014 Corey Jodrey 2014 Keenan Wolf 2014 Kristopher Ackley 2014 Lane Greiwe 2014 Madelyn Baker 2013 Brooke Egbert 2013 Madison Clark 2013 Colin Gump 2013 Delanie Wiseman 2013 Sidni Harris 2013 Adam McCoy 2013 Hayden Johnson 2013 Cole Krawczyk 2013 Kaci Carter 2013 Michaela Ambos 2013 Jacob Baker 2013 Lane Grewie 2013 Keaton Topp 2013 Marshall Overholt 2013 Trevor Greiwe 2013 Kinley Topp 2012 Danielle Heintz 2012 Mackenzie Fruchey 2012 Emily Overs 2012 Madison Banbury 2012 Lea Kimley 2012 Mason Creager 2012 Reggie Regula 2012 Chrysta Beck 2012 Paydon Gingerich 2012 Jordon Fledderjohann 2012 Jacob Baker 2012 Anna Miley 2012 Lane Grewie 2012 Jacob Morgan 2012 Becky Cooley 2012 Braxton Perry 2011 Danielle Heintz 2011 Megan Miller 2011 Mackenzie Fruchey 2011 Madison Banbury 2011 Levi Stauffer 2011 Troy Elwer 2011 Emily Myers 2011 Reggie Regula 2011 Zach Johnson 2011 Jordon Fledderjohann 2011 Keaton Topp 2011 Anna Miley 2011 Tanner Topp 2011 Michelle Funk 2011 Allison Mangun 2011 Erica Showalter 2010 Danielle Heintz 2010 Andy Sloan 2010 Rachael Overs 2010 Madison Banbury 2010 Haley Clinker 2010 Alec Brenek 2010 Tyler Gray 2010 Garrett Shafer 2009 Branden DeFrank 2009 Grant McIntosh 2009 Taylor Banbury 2009 Audrey Neal 2009 Raven Crawford 2009 Alex Vaughan 2009 Kara McCarthy 2009 Sarah Johnson 2008 Kyleigh DeFrank 2008 Kayla Campbell 2008 Audrey Neal 2008 Madison Banbury 2008 Tyla Voight 2008 Levi Kimley 2008 Scott Seim 2008 Garrett Shafer 2007 Zach Grauer 2007 Jacque Knipe 2007 Amber Shoemaker 2007 Madison Banbury 2007 Alex Vaughan 2007 Kurt Seeley 2007 Lindsey Voge 2007 Kara McCarthy 2007 Chelsey Cook Green 2006 Kayla Campbell 2006 Jamie Banbury 2006 Andrew Johnson 2006 Grant Gehret 2006 Nicholas Barney 2006 Kara McCarthy 2006 Lindsey Voge 2005 Cole McConville 2005 Katy Stacey 2005 Kara Sloan 2005 Jamie Banbury 2005 Shane Poulson 2005 Dale Mayer 2005 Brooke Teynor 2005 Lindsey Voge 2004 Brad Dinnen 2004 Abbie Harner 2004 Jamie Banbury 2004 Jamie Banbury 2004 Matt Evans 2004 Kelly Baxley 2004 Karli Baumgardner 2004 Mallorie Hott 2003 Trent Printz 2003 Blake Campbell 2003 Curtis Bickel 2003 Bailey Creagor 2003 Molly Gehret 2003 Lindsey Voge 2003 Patrick Nolan 2002 Stephanie Riley 2002 Seth Kohnen 2002 Andrew Johnson 2002 Mark Gray 2002 A.J. 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