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About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Joe Plomin features Internet fundraising in an article in The Independent today. Although he features the successes of Comic Relief, Christian Aid and Charities Aid Foundation, he concludes that “charities denying the Net’s benefits are wasting everyone’s money. They are going to have to grow up.”Joe Plomin features Internet fundraising in an article in The Independent today. Although he features the successes of Comic Relief, Christian Aid and Charities Aid Foundation, he concludes that “charities denying the Net’s benefits are wasting everyone’s money. They are going to have to grow up.”The article featured quotes from Joe Saxton, co-author of the recent Virtual Promise report on the sector’s use of the Internet, Sarah Hughes of Charities Aid Foundation, Frances Ellery of Save the Children Fund, Simon Jenkins of fish.co.uk, and UK Fundraising’s Howard Lake. Advertisement The article is subtitled: “Red Nose Day showed the power of the Internet as a channel for charitable fundraising. Joe Plomin charts the hesitant dawn of the digital era in this notoriously conservative sector.”Read “Charity should begin on the Web” by Joe Plomin at The Independent. Howard Lake | 29 April 2001 | News Charities “notoriously conservative” online Tagged with: Digital 20 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Jason Washington, on video taken shortly before police killed him.Portland, Ore. — Some 6,000 members of the National Association of Letter Carriers at their annual convention in Detroit during the third week of July protested the brutal killing of Jason Washington by Portland State University campus police. The union is also addressing the recent increase in the number of racist murders of letter carriers by cops.Washington, a married father of three, worked for Portland’s U.S. Postal Service. He was a 45-year-old Black Navy veteran who had a concealed-carry firearm permit to carry a gun.Washington had been at a PSU campus bar on June 29 when a fight that started over a racist slur moved outside. Washington followed and attempted to break it up. When his gun slipped out of his holster, falling to the ground, he reached to pick it up. That’s when he was fatally shot by campus cops Shawn McKenzie and James Dewey at least six times, according to cell phone footage.Washington’s friends and family say he was a well-respected member of the community. Along with university students, they staged a vigil and a march through campus protesting Washington’s killing. They are calling for the immediate firing of the two cops and for PSU to change its policy of allowing campus cops to carry firearms. They want the university to train its officers to deal with conflict without using weapons.In spite of vocal objections by the students, PSU cops have been allowed to carry guns since 2016.Andre Washington, Jason’s brother, said, “Split-second decisions made by poorly trained, inadequate and overzealous campus police caused our family and our community to lose a wonderful human being.” He said the death of Jason Washington won’t go unnoticed and that Black men being gunned down by white police officers is an affliction in the United States. (The Oregonian, July 6)FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Help by sharing this information October 11, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporter stabbed to death in Lahore after getting threats Reporters Without Borders condemns the murder of online newspaper reporter Faisal Qureshi, who was found with his throat slit at his Lahore home on 7 October. According to one of his brothers, he received death threats shortly before he was killed.“We are deeply shocked by this murder and offer our condolences to the victim’s family and friends,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The Lahore police must carry out a thorough investigation and, given the information available, must not neglect the probable existence of threats.“The Pakistani government cannot continue to remain passive in the face of repeated attacks on journalists, who are being targeted by many groups and organizations, some of them close to the government. This year, journalists have been threatened, attacked, kidnapped, tortured and murdered by religious extremists, Taliban, separatists, security agencies, soldiers, police and political movements. All this violence is turning Pakistan into a no-go area for the media.”Qureshi, 31, worked for The London Post, a British news website edited in London. The police found the body at 2 a.m. on 7 October.According to the police, his throat had been cut and his body bore the marks of torture. His brother, Shahid Qureshi, the newspaper’s London-based editor, said the killers took his laptop and mobile phone. Shahid Qureshi also reported that his brother had received death threats from individuals claiming to belong to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), a Karachi-based political party. The London Post has published several articles about the MQM and its leader, Altaf Hussain.The MQM was accused of being responsible for the murder of Geo News TV reporter Wali Khan Babar on 13 January in Karachi. The movement denied any involvement.Pakistan’s journalist community is describing Qureshi’s death as a “targeted murder.” Azam Chaudhry, the secretary of the Lahore press club, said his murder was perpetuating the climate of violence against the media and called for the creation of a special judicial commission to investigate the case.Pakistan has been the world’s deadliest country for the media in 2011. At least eight journalists have been killed in connection with their work since the start of the year. June 2, 2021 Find out more January 28, 2021 Find out more PakistanAsia – Pacific News Receive email alerts April 21, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Pakistan to go further News Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire News PakistanAsia – Pacific Organisation News RSF_en Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder
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News UpdatesNCLT Urges Litigants To File Joint Memo Of Written Submissions To Avoid Delay In Disposal [Read Notification] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK7 April 2020 2:45 AMShare This – xThe National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Tuesday urged all the litigants to file “Joint Memo” of written submissions, so as to avoid the lengthy process of filing replies and rejoinders and ensure rapid disposal. The NCLT had restricted its functioning to hear only urgent matters via video conferencing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It has now urged that in “surreal times” like these,…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Tuesday urged all the litigants to file “Joint Memo” of written submissions, so as to avoid the lengthy process of filing replies and rejoinders and ensure rapid disposal. The NCLT had restricted its functioning to hear only urgent matters via video conferencing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It has now urged that in “surreal times” like these, the users of NCLT under Companies Act 2013 and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, should cooperate with the Tribunal by filing joint memos, containing points for determination as mutually decided by the parties. Such memo will have to be filed before the Tribunal one day before the date of hearing or at least six hours before the hearing. However, situations that demand grant of ad-interim relief have been exempted from this requirement and it has been clarified that non filing of joint memo will not become a hindrance to NCLT in granting such ad-interim relief. The Tribunal has notified the following steps to be undertaken for filing a joint memo: “The Applicants shall brief facts (mention the supporting material papers while narrating facts) in five to ten lines and the reliefs thereto and serve the same upon the Opposite Party along with its application.The Opposite Party, in turn, shall brief their defence (mention the supporting material papers while narrating facts) in five to ten lines and serve the same upon the Applicants within 24 to 48 hours.Upon exchange of brief facts, both the parties shall jointly draft the points for determination by NCLT.Based on the points for determination, both the parties shall separately set out reasons supporting their respective stands in two to three lines on each of the points for determination. The applicants shall first set out its reasons in bullet points, and then the Opposite Party shall set out its reasons in bullet points.Relevant Material Papers if any for determination of the points from either side, they shall be annexed with the Joint Memo of Written Submissions. This Memo shall capsule all the above steps in two to three pages.This Joint Memo shall, after having signed by both the parties and the counsel, be filed one day before the date of hearing or at least six hours before hearing.If the opposite party does not appear even after service is affected upon him/them, the applicant shall place brief facts, reliefs, relevant material papers and reasons for seeking reliefs in the form of this Memo one day before or six hours before hearing date.This procedure will avoid delays, avoid filing reply and rejoinder and this memo will be user friendly (all in one) to arrive to decisions quickly.” Read Notification Next Story
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Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office(DENVER) — Terry Rasmussen was born in Colorado on Dec. 23, 1943. He attended high school in Arizona but dropped out to join the Navy in 1961.Rasmussen was trained as an electrician and served for six years at bases around the West Coast and Okinawa. He married in Hawaii in 1968 and a year later, moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where the couple would go on to have four children. In 1975, he and his wife separated and it’s believed that in 1975 or 1976, his family saw him for the last time.Before Rasmussen died in a California state prison of natural causes in 2010 while serving time for the murder of his girlfriend, authorities in California and New Hampshire had yet to identify Rasmussen as responsible for killing at least four more people.After his death, he was cremated and his ashes were thrown into the sea. He is suspected in the slayings of more victims.Watch the full story on “20/20” FRIDAY at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.Here is a detailed timeline highlighting not only Rasmussen’s deadly past but the police investigation and evidence that led up to their calling him “the Chameleon Killer.”November 1978Marylse Honeychurch is last seen around Thanksgiving in La Puente, California, with Terry Rasmussen. Her exit with Rasmussen and her two daughters, Marie Vaughn and Sarah McWaters, comes after an apparent family argument.1978-79 (approximately)Terry Rasmussen works under the name of “Bob Evans” as an electrician in Manchester, New Hampshire. He is working with a man who also owns property in Allenstown.Nov. 26, 1981Denise Beaudin, 23, of Manchester, New Hampshire, her 6-month-old daughter, Dawn and boyfriend Bob Evans pack up and leave New Hampshire.May 1985Terry Rasmussen is arrested for drunk driving in Orange County California. He identifies himself as “Curtis Kimball” and the child in his car as “Lisa.” He is charged with endangering the welfare of a child.Nov. 10, 1985The slain, unidentified bodies of a woman age 22-23 and a child at first believed to be age 5-11 are found by a hunter in a barrel in Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, New Hampshire. He reports it to police.January 1986Terry Rasmussen — going by the name of “Gordon Jenson” — is living in California’s Santa Cruz County and working as a handyman at Holiday Host RV Park. He also has a 5-year-old girl he calls “Lisa” with him. He tells people she is his daughter.June 1986Terry Rasmussen, known as “Gordon Jenson,” leaves Lisa in Scotts Valley, California, with a couple who think that their daughter in Southern California might be interested in adopting Lisa. Later, the family turns to the police after Jenson disappears and before the family can have him sign the final adoption papers. Lisa is placed into foster care and a warrant is issued for Jenson’s arrest for child abandonment. Authorities learn that Jenson was previously arrested under the name Curtis Kimball after pulling a fingerprint from the RV park. He is nowhere to be found.1987The unidentified remains of the woman and child found in a barrel in New Hampshire are buried.March 1989Terry Rasmussen is arrested as “Gordon Jenson,” believed by authorities to be Curtis Kimball, and booked for child desertion. In May of that year, he pleads guilty to child abandonment and is convicted and sentenced to three years. He is released about a year and a half after that in 1990.October 1990Terry Rasmussen, known at that time as Curtis Kimball, is paroled. He fails to report to his Nov. 2 parole date in California and disappears, according to a California Supreme Court review of his case.December 1999Chemist Eunsoon Jun, 42, of Richmond, California, introduces Terry Rasmussen to friends at a party. Rasmussen identifies himself as “Larry Vanner.”May 2000A second barrel containing the bodies of two unidentified girls is found at New Hampshire’s Bear Brook State Park. One child is believed to be 1-3 years old; the other child appears to be 2-4 years old.June 2002Eunsoon Jun — who has married Vanner in a backyard wedding although it is not official in the state of California — but later vanishes. Her friend reports her missing to police.September 2002Terry Rasmussen, going by the name of Larry Vanner, is brought in for questioning and gives his fingerprints voluntarily. When his fingerprints come back as “Curtis Kimball” and authorities learn he is wanted for violating parole in Lisa’s abandonment case, he is arrested. Police search his home and find Jun’s body under a large pile of kitty litter. Rasmussen is then held under the alias “Curtis Kimball” in Eunsoon Jun’s murder in California’s Contra Costa County. In November 2002, Rasmussen is formally charged with the murder of Eunsoon Jun.June 2003Terry Rasmussen pleads guilty to Jun’s murder as “Curtis Kimball” and gets 15 years to life in prison.August 2003Contra Costa County authorities learn, through DNA testing, that Lisa, the 5-year-old who was abandoned by Gordon Jenson in 1986, is not his biological daughter; Lisa’s case is reopened to find out who she is.December 2010Terry Rasmussen dies in a California state prison of a combination of pulmonary emphysema, pneumonia and lung cancer.Summer 2016Lisa learns she is Dawn Beaudin, thanks to the help of genetic genealogist Barbara Rae-Venter; relatives tell investigators that Lisa’s mother, Denise Beaudin, moved away and was never heard from again. Authorities in San Bernardino County in California connect with their counterparts in New Hampshire regarding “Bob Evans.”October 2016DNA confirms that Bob Evans fathered the still-unidentified little girl, age 2-4, found in a barrel with another child in 2000.January 2017New Hampshire authorities hold a news conference to discuss Bob Evans and the disappearance of Denise Beaudin. During the news conference, investigators detail the Bear Brook State Park murders; the killing of Eunsoon Jun in California; Lisa’s abandonment; and Lisa’s link to the still-missing Denise Beaudin, her mother.July 2017Authorities identify Bob Evans as the killer of the victims in the barrels. Later that summer, genetic genealogist Barbara Rae-Venter identifies Evans as Terry Rasmussen.October 2018Jason Moon, a reporter with New Hampshire Public Radio, launches a seven-episode podcast about the Bear Brook case, seeking to untangle the case and its various angles. The podcast, which will be downloaded 11 million times, is heard by amateur sleuth Rebekah Heath.Heath, scouring online message boards of relatives looking for missing family members, and Rae-Venter, using a DNA profile provided by new technology, separately identify the woman and two of the girls found in the barrels in New Hampshire.June 6, 2019Authorities announce at a news conference that three of the bodies found in barrels in New Hampshire have been identified as Marlyse Honeychurch, and her two children, Marie Vaughn and Sarah McWaters.Nov. 4, 2019The family and friends of Marlyse Honeychurch and her daughters gather for a funeral for the trio after their identities are finally uncovered.Feb. 20, 2020A new sketch of the final unidentified child found in the second barrel is released by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and New Hampshire authorities.If you have any information about these missing cases or others, please call the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or visit its website at www.missingkids.orgFor any tips concerning Terry Rasmussen and any unknown victims, please contact Deputy Peter Headley with San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department at [email protected] © 2020, ABC Audio. 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