1…………> A Galactic Battle: Nevada Skies
“I was waiting in the car while my buddy went into the store. I noticed about 9 to 10 bright dots in the sky that looked like stars. The dots were in a line at approximately a 45-degree angle. All of a sudden they started to move upward at that same angle and it looked like they were attacking each other,” an eyewitness described a recent incident in the skies above Nevada’s second-largest city of Henderson, referring to the emergence of up to ten bright dots which looked like stars and which started to attack each other.
A video of what looked like a “battle” between unidentified flying objects (UFO) has emerged on the Internet, prompting users to scratch their heads.
2…………> The Dog Fighting Cartel: Busted
Four defendants were sentenced this month in federal court in Trenton, New Jersey, as a result of their roles in a multi-state dog fighting conspiracy that extended to New Mexico and Indiana.
Lydell Harris, 32, of Vineland, New Jersey, a/k/a “Sinn,” was sentenced to serve 17 months in prison. He had pleaded guilty to one felony count of conspiracy to sponsor or exhibit a dog in an animal fighting venture, and one felony count of possessing a dog intended for use in an animal fighting venture.
Anthony “Monte” Gaines, 37, of Vineland, New Jersey, was sentenced on March 5, 2018, to serve 42 months in prison. Gaines had pleaded guilty to two felony counts of conspiracy to buy, sell, receive, transport, deliver, and possess dogs intended for use in an animal fighting venture, and one felony count of possessing a dog intended for use in an animal fighting venture.
Frank Nichols, 40, of Millville, New Jersey, was sentenced March 9, 2018, to serve 57 months in prison. He had pleaded guilty to one felony count of conspiracy to transport, deliver and receive dogs intended for use in an animal fighting venture, and one felony count of possessing a stolen firearm subsequent to a felony conviction.
Pedro Cuellar, 47, of Willow Springs, Illinois, was sentenced on March 12, 2018, to serve 12 months and a day in prison. He had pleaded guilty to one felony count of conspiracy to transport, deliver, and receive dogs intended for use in an animal fighting venture.
According to court documents filed in connection with the cases, from October 2015 through June 1, 2016, the defendants and their associates fought dogs – including to the death – and trafficked in dogs with other dog fighters in Indiana, Illinois, New Mexico, and elsewhere so that those dogs could be used in dog fights.
“In close partnership with the U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and USDA Office of Inspector General, our Division is aggressively pursuing those who engage in illegal animal fighting ventures,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Wood. “These sentencings demonstrate our firm commitment to prosecute those who violate federal laws banning the torture of animals in the fighting ring. As these cases also demonstrate, animal fighting ventures often involve other forms of serious criminal conduct like illegal gambling and illegal trafficking in drugs and weapons. I applaud the law enforcement officers and prosecutors who worked tirelessly to deliver justice in these cases.”
3…………> TX Unabomber: 5th Blast
Shortly after 12 midnight, a package destined for Austin, TX detonated at the FedEx distribution facility located at 9935 Doerr Lane in Schertz, about 105 kilometres south of Austin. The package explosion sent a cloud of nails and shrapnel in the area, injuring one employee in the fifth such explosion in the state this month.
Officials did not say if they believed the device was the work of a “serial bomber”, who police fear may be responsible for the four earlier devices, which killed two people and injured six others.
4……………..> Trump’s Doctrine: Return Fire
An armed attacker struck early in the morning before lessons at the Great Mills High School in St Mary’s County, 65 miles south-east of Washington DC, shooting and injuring two students in Maryland before being gunned down by an armed security guard.
The two students are being treated in hospital, one is in critically condition.
5…………> Philippine Army 121th Anniversary
Soldiers from the Philippine Army march during the 121st founding anniversary of the Philippine Army in Taguig City, the Philippines, March 20, 2018
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