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RED LAKE MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ASSAULTING WOMAN OVER THREE-DAY PERIOD

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B. Todd Jones, United States Attorney for the District of Minnesota, announced that , Red silver necklaces man pleaded guilty today in federal court to assaulting a woman on the Red Lake Indian Reservation over a three-day period. Appearing before U.S. District Court Judge John Tunheim in Minneapolis, Corey Randall Roberts pleaded guilty to one count of assault with a dangerous weapon in connection to this crime. Roberts was indicted on December 16, 2009.

In his plea agreement, Roberts admitted he and the victim argued on November 4, 2009, and during the course of that argument, he punched her in the head. He also admitted that over the following three days, he continued to repeatedly assault the woman by choking her and repeatedly kicking her in the chest and ribs while wearing shoes.

According to the affidavit filed in the silver pendants, authorities learned about the assault on November 20, 2009, after being called by the female victim. The victim was transported to the Red Lake Indian Health Services Hospital and then onto North Country Regional Hospital for medical care.

Roberts faces a potential maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison for his crime. Judge Tunheim will determine his sentence at a future date, yet to be scheduled.

The federal government has primary law enforcement jurisdiction over the Red Lake Indian Reservation. This silver rings is the result of an investigation by the Red Lake Tribal Police Department and the FBI. It is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Kimberly A. Svendsen.For more information please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar


 



ONE IN THREE UTAH WOMEN EXPERIENCE SEXUAL ASSAULT

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Rape is the only violent crime in Utah that occurs at a higher rate than the rest of the nation. One in silver cufflinks Utah women will experience some type of sexual assault in their lifetime and one in eight will be raped. In 2008, Utah's reported rape rate was 63.7 per 100,000 females compared to the U.S. rate of 57.4 per 100,000 females. However, the majority of rapes (88.2%) are never reported to law enforcement, indicating that sexual violence in Utah is grossly underestimated.

"Rape is a devastating violation of body, mind, and spirit," said Teresa Brechlin, Violence Prevention Coordinator at the Utah Department of Health (UDOH)."Regardless of who you are or who the perpetrator is, sexual assault takes your feeling of control and safety away."

Sexual violence can take many forms, including rape or attempted rape, domestic and dating violence, and child sexual abuse. Sexual violence can happen to anyone regardless of age, gender, class, race, occupation, religion, sexual orientation, or physical appearance.

"Sexual violence is a crime of power and control. It has nothing to do with how someone dresses or acts. No one asks or deserves to be sexually assaulted," said Alana Kindness, Executive Director of the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA).

The UDOH established a toll-free silver earrings assault hotline in 1998, the first crisis line of its kind in the Intermountain West. Open 24/7, attendants route calls from all over the state to one of 12 rape crisis programs. From 2003-2008, the hotline received more than 2,800 calls - an average of 467 - each year. Salt Lake, Utah, and Davis counties received the highest number of calls. The numbers do not include calls made directly to the rape crisis programs.

Data from the UDOH and Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice indicate that sexual assaults are rarely committed by strangers. Only 13.3% of victims report being victimized by a stranger. Most often, the assault is committed by a family member (30.9%), intimate partner such as a spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend (20.8%), friend (14.3%), neighbor (9.9%), babysitter (2.2%), or coworker (1.8%).

Other Utah data show:

* In 2006, one in eight women (12.4%) and one in 50 men (2%) reported they had experienced rape or attempted rape in their lifetime.

* In 2009, 8.2% of female high school students and 5.8% of male high school students in Utah reported they were physically forced to have sexual intercourse when they did not want to.

* Carbon, Salt Lake, Tooele, Uintah, and Weber counties had higher reported rates of rape than the state rate from

* 78.7% of females who had been sexually assaulted reported that their first sexual assault occurred before their 18th birthday.

* Only 12.7% of sexual assault victims visit a doctor or medical center for an exam after the silver key rings.

* Rape victims report a higher prevalence of major depression and dissatisfaction with life compared to non-victims.



CENTER FOR AMERICAN WOMEN IN POLITICS DIRECTOR TO LECTURE APRIL

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Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women in Politics, will give a lecture on "tiffany shopping in Politics" on Wednesday, April 7 at 7 p.m. in John Dewey Lounge, Old Mill.

The Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers' Eagleton Insitute of Politics is a leading source of scholarly research and current data about American women's political participation. As director, Walsh oversees the center's research, education and public service programs and is frequently called upon by the media as an expert in women's political participation.

The event is presented by former discount tiffany governor Madeleine Kunin, in conjunction with her role at UVM as a James Marsh Professor-at-Large.

A panel discussion on "Gender and Public Policy: a dialogue between adademics and activists" will follow the lecture. Panelists include Stephanie Seguino, professor of economics; Annika Ljung-Baruth, lecturer in English and women's studies; Rashad Shabazz, assistant professor of geography; Judy Rickstad, coordinator of Advocacy and Violence Prevention Services; and Felicia Kornbluth, director of the Women's and Gender Studies program and associate professor of history.

The James Marsh Professor-at-Large program appoints top scholars from around the world as honorary members of the silver bracelets in order to enrich the cultural and academic life of the campus.

Information: (802) 656-3186.For more information please contact: Sarabjit



ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF WOMEN STUDIES PROGRAM CONTINUES IN APRIL

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Th anniversary celebration for the Women's Studies Program continues in April with three tiffany pendants on sale events.

The Center will first celebrate the accomplishments of its best and brightest at its annual Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 10. This event will be hosted at the Erickson Alumni Center from 3-5 p.m.

The next event in the series will be a lecture on "Rituals in the Lives of Native American Girls and Women," given by Carol Markstrom, Cari Carpenter and Ellesa High on April 14 from noon to 1:30 p.m., in the Greenbrier Room of the Mountainlair. The presenters will discuss the profound effects of rituals on the lives and self-identities of women in Native American society. Also in attendance will be the 2010 Native American Studies Program's elder-in-residence, Suzan Shown Harjo.

Benjamin Myers will host the tiffany bracelets for sale event in April. His lecture "Sliding Backwards: Science Rhetoric and the Gender Debate," will be held in the Greenbrier Room of the Mountainlair on April 22, from 4-5 p.m. Myers will discuss the bias inherent in the rhetoric used in scientific studies through several feminist perspectives.

Each event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Ann Oberhauser, director of the Center tiffany rings on sale Women's Studies, at (304) 293-2249 or Ann.Oberhauser.edu.For more information please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar



A letter of confusion Tarun GoswamiKOLKATA,5 April: A letter from the West Bengal Small Industries

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entrepreneur has created ripples among owners of small and medium industries in the state. This tiffany earrings on sale happened at a time when the chief minister, Mr BuddhadebBhattacharjee has promised co-operation to small and medium industries for the state's economic regeneration. Seventy-year-old, Mrs MamataNeogi,owner of a small scale unit lost her husband, SKNeogi,in 2008. After his death she submitted a copy of his death certificate and requested the WBSIDCauthorities to change the name of the proprietor. For nearly two years the WBSIDCremained silent despite her several reminders as she found it difficult to deposit the rent. Finally, the WBSIDCsent a letter to her recently askingher to pay Rs14,487 as security deposit and Rs5,000 as service charge. She was also asked to submit a project report vetted by the micro small and medium enterprise (MSME) authorities and get a no-objection certificate from the West Bengal tiffany necklaces sale Control Board. She has been asked to ink a fresh lease agreement with the WBSIDC.The unit was started shortly after the KidderporeIndustrial estate, the state's oldest industrial estate, was inaugurated in 1975 by the then chief minister, Mr SSRay. The owners of small and medium industries wondered how could the WBSIDC ask her to get a no-objection certificate from the WBPCBfor a unit which has been in operation for the past three decades. She had only requested the WBSIDCto include her name in the official record after deleting her husband's name who died two years ago. They said the WBSIDCwas harassing them on some pretext or the other. They said never in the past the owners had to pay security deposit or service charge when their names were included after the death of their ancestors or spouses. They apprehended by harassing them a section of the officials of WBSIDCwould ultimately force them to shut down the units and allot the plot to people of tiffany on sale choice. Senior officials of WBSIDCrefused to comment and said it was within their purview to ask the applicant to pay security deposit and service charge.



Consumer Science; Scientists at Ewha Woman's University publish new data on consumer science

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Many effects in the multivariate analysis are consistent with a prescriptive model. We tiffany earrings sale other effects in terms of possible differences in the ability to plan or the accuracy of reporting by the respondent. Young households are more likely to report saving than older households. Black households are less likely to report saving than white households," wrote Y. Yuh and colleagues, Ewha Woman's University.

The researchers concluded: "Single female households are less likely to report saving than single male households."

Yuh and colleagues published their study in the Journal of Consumer Affairs (Which Households Think They Save? Journal of Consumer Affairs, 2010;44(1):70-97).

For additional information, contact Y. Yuh, Ewha Woman's University, Ewha Sch Business, Seoul, South Korea.

The publisher's contact tiffany for sale for the Journal of Consumer Affairs is: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., Commerce Place, 350 Main St., Malden 02148, MA, USA.

Keywords: City:Seoul, Country:South Korea, Consumer Affairs, Life Sciences

This article was prepared by Science Letter editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2010, Science Letter via NewsRx.com.

militants in some of their most redoubtable strongholds. In dozens of villages across Zabul province, the mountainous landscape where the insurgency first spluttered to life, underground programmes have sprung up in mud-walled houses under the guise of Koranic study-groups. The exact locations are secret, but, in an interview with The Independent, the man behind the covert schools said they have reached 29 villages and around 450 students. Ehsanullah Ehsan has devoted his life to educating women in some of the most culturally conservative places on earth. "You can't start in villages by announcing, 'Hey, send your daughters, send your wives because we're teaching school subjects'," he explained. "No. We tell them: 'Your women need to understand prayer. Don't they?' They say, 'Yes'. And I slip through school books." Mr Ehsan speaks with passion as he explains why he risks educating girls and women in parts of the country where the Taliban and other Islamists have burned down schools, murdered teachers and sprayed acid on female pupils. "It was crazy. It was painful to me," he said. "I always saw that n why do women have to wear burkha, not men? Why do women have to be treated so inhumanly? My mother was the one who loved me most. It was my mother who nursed me. Why alienate half of humankind? So, I thought, I have to do what I can do." The lessons concentrate on Pashto literacy, arithmetic and health and hygiene, although Mr Ehsan hopes to expand the curriculum to include history, ethics and science. Where he has been unable to smuggle through textbooks, teachers explain the subjects on blackboards or in their pupils' notebooks. Although it is not possible to visit the classes, his story is just one of several reports of an appetite for learning seemingly at odds with southern Afghanistan's cultural conservatism. Sources in Helmand say that, last summer, residents in Sangin district smuggled books past Taliban tiffany necklaces for sale by concealing them in carpets. A British official out there claimed "books move freely throughout Sangin" but conceded that government educators still face enormous threats.Julius Cavendish/The Independent



Crowe faces eight counts of mail fraud, which carries a penalty

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The prosecution of those who commit mortgage fraud is a top priority of the Department of tiffany earrings for sale and this U.S. Attorney's Office," said U.S. Attorney David Gaouette. "Those who commit such crimes seriously erode the confidence of financial institutions to lend money which is a key element of the future strength of our economy."

"Combating mortgage fraud continues to be a priority for the Denver Division of the FBI because of its impact on the well being of our housing markets and national economy," said FBI Special Agent in Charge James H. Davis. "Law enforcement and the community at large must maintain their vigilance in identifying those who commit these types of fraud."

"When the mails are used to misrepresent or to send fraudulent information, it is a violation of Federal Law," said U.S. Postal Inspector in Charge in Denver Shawn Tiller. "United States Postal Inspectors take this offense seriously and investigation of this crime reveals another successful effort to remove criminals involved in this type of activity from society. The Denver office was pleased to partner with our associates in the FBI to bring this investigation to a successful outcome."

This case was investigated tiffany rings for sale by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS).

Crowe is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Pegeen D. Rhyne. The asset forfeiture is being handled by Assistant U.S. Attorney Tonya Andrews.

The charges contained in the indictment are allegations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Mortgage fraud is a major part of President Barack Obama's Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. President Obama established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wag an aggressive, coordinated and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial tiffany necklaces on sale, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.



DENVER WOMAN INDICTED IN MILLION DOLLAR MORTGAGE FRAUD SCAM

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scheme to defraud various financial institutions and commercial lenders and to obtain money and shop for tiffany rings from various financial institutions and commercial lenders by means of materially false and fraudulent pretenses, representations, and promises. The scheme was executed in connection with the residential mortgage loans related to19 properties in Colorado - seven in Denver, six in Aurora, two in Centennial, and one in Thornton, Castle Rock, Franktown and Parker. In addition, the defendant executed the scheme related to the refinancing of residential mortgage loans related to two properties - one in Denver and one in Aurora.

As part of the scheme, Crowe worked with at least one mortgage broker to obtain mortgage loans in order to purchase at least 19 residential properties, at least two of which were purchased in the name of Crowe's husband because Crowe was concerned that she would not qualify for the required mortgage loans. In order to qualify, Crowe made and caused to be made at least one materially false representation, including: 1) inflating or fabricating employment or rental income and/or assets of the defendant or her husband; 2) falsely representing defendant Crowe's job title; 3) failing to disclose all the properties she had recently purchased; 4) failing to disclose all of her financial liabilities; and 5) falsely stating that the property would be a primary residence for the borrower.

As part of the transactions, tiffany accessories clearance persuaded, and caused someone else to persuade, the property seller to falsely inflate the sale price of the property so that Crowe could receive the inflated portion of the sale price as "up front" money, or shortly after, the closing purchase transaction. Sometimes the "up front" money was falsely characterized on a HUD settlement statement as a payment to the broker, although the broker would then pay Crowe the money. At other times, the "up front" money was falsely characterized as a payment to a remodeling company that was supposed to perform specified remodeling work, although the work was never performed, and Crowe actually received the money that was issued to these remodeling companies.

The indictment further alleges that Crowe used much of the "up front" money to make the mortgage payments on the numerous properties that she had purchased. She also refinanced mortgages on a couple of the properties so that she could obtain additional money as a result of the refinance transaction.

In order to qualify for the refinancing of the mortgages, Crowe made at least one materially false statement, namely that she tiffany bracelets clearance some of the money that she obtained during the refinance transactions to make the mortgage payments.



We hypothesized that higher habitual intake of dietary fat and

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plasma ghrelin and lower circulating leptin in humans, a hormonal profile that could promote shop for tiffany bracelets gain. To test our hypothesis, we examined the cross-sectional associations of ghrelin and leptin with the habitual macronutrient intake of 165 healthy overweight and obese sedentary women and tested the modifying role of insulin in these associations. We observed a significant inverse association between leptin concentrations and percentage energy from CHO independent of body mass index, percentage body fat, age, and intraabdominal fat (beta=-0.11 p=.04). No significant associations were observed between ghrelin and macronutrients or their subtypes among the total cohort. Among women with insulin concentrations at or greater than the median, we found a statistically significant positive association between intake of saturated fat and ghrelin concentrations, as well as additional statistically significant associations between leptin concentrations and macronutrients not observed among the total cohort," wrote A. Kong and colleagues, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

The researchers concluded: "Our results provide some evidence that diets higher in fat and CHO are associated with a hormonal profile (ie, lower leptin and higher ghrelin concentrations), which could enhance weight gain, particularly among individuals with higher circulating insulin concentrations."

Kong and colleagues shop for tiffany necklaces their study in Nutrition Research (Higher habitual intake of dietary fat and carbohydrates are associated with lower leptin and higher ghrelin concentrations in overweight and obese postmenopausal women with elevated insulin levels. Nutrition Research, 2009;29(11):768-76).

For additional information, contact A. Kong, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Cancer Prevention Program, Seattle, WA 98109 USA.

Keywords: City:Seattle, State:WA, Country:United States, Obesity and Diabetes, Alternative Medicine, shop for tiffany pendants, Body Weight, Cancer, Diabetes, Epidemiology, Hormones, Obesity, Oncology, Overweight, Therapy, Treatment, Weight Gain.



Obesity and Diabetes; Scientists at Fred Hutchinson Cancer

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We hypothesized that higher habitual intake of dietary fat and carbohydrate (CHO) would reduced tiffany pendants associated with elevated concentrations of circulating plasma ghrelin and lower circulating leptin in humans, a hormonal profile that could promote weight gain. To test our hypothesis, we sale tiffany necklaces the cross-sectional associations of ghrelin and leptin with the habitual macronutrient intake of 165 healthy overweight and obese sedentary women and tested the modifying role of insulin in these associations. We observed a significant inverse association between leptin concentrations and percentage energy from CHO independent of body mass index, percentage body fat, age, and intraabdominal fat (beta=-0.11 p=.04). No significant associations were observed between ghrelin and shop for tiffany accessories or their subtypes among the total cohort.



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