Linden trio remanded for raping volunteer

first_imgThe three Lindeners accused of raping an overseas volunteer were on Monday remanded to prison by City Magistrate Judy Latchman when they appeared before her jointly charged with rape.Anthony VanDembury of Wismar Housing Scheme, Seon Alexander of Blueberry Hill, Linden, and a 16-year-old juvenile were not required to plea to the indictable charge.The men were refused bail and the matter adjourned and transferred to Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan for June 7.According to reports, the incident occurred on May 6 at Kwakwani, Linden. The young volunteer who is in Guyana to teach children in Leguan, Essequibo River area, had ventured to Kwakwani to visit other volunteers, when the rape occurred.Reports are the young woman went to a bar with some friends where she was accosted by the men who took her into a house and raped her.The volunteer had told investigators that she had a few drinks and the men took advantage of her. The woman also noted she saw her attackers’ faces during the incident.last_img read more

Dennis Rodman on Dubs dynasty: Curry, Draymond get thumbs up, Durant destroyed

first_imgHey Warriors (and recently departed Warriors), Dennis Rodman has been looking at you.He’s a fan (well, mostly) bearing props across the eras.If you weren’t around for the NBA’s Rodman era, some of the following is going to sound fantastical, preposterous, unreal and just plain bent.Make no mistake, the guy is a legit Hall of Famer. He won five rings. He led the league in rebounds. Seven times. In a row. He was a defensive genius. There were two sides of Rodman, the person and …last_img read more

Dino Protein Confirmed

first_imgAn independent study of bone marrow contents from a T. rex that was reported in 2007 to contain fragments of protein has confirmed the claim, reported Science Daily.  Seven peptides from collagen, and apparently traces from hemoglobin, were detected.  The findings are scheduled to be published in the Sept. 4 issue of Journal of Proteome Research.  For a previous report on dinosaur protein see the 04/30/2009 entry.As the evidence for original protein in these dinosaur bones grows, the discussion of how it could last for 65 million years goes strangely quiet.(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more