Other users shared videos and pictures of police brutality in the comments section.pacarmu ganteng bisa gini gak ? pic.twitter.com/ML49Z4uuMY— dunanges (@gustinovendra) May 12, 2020 Bisa gini ? pic.twitter.com/nEAYdY7Cm9— Mantan kamu (@ismizidantaft) May 12, 2020National Police spokesperson Ahmad Ramadhan said the officer, identified only as GAP, was not a cadet in the police academy but an officer with the Jakarta Police.”He’s not a cadet like the news said, he’s an officer at the Jakarta Police, Ahmad said on Thursday as reported by tribunnews.com.Read also: Quarantined Indonesians take to social media, television airwaves to celebrate Kartini DayThe Jakarta Police internal affairs division, he said, was investigating the viral incident. “The initial investigation revealed that Brig. GAP made the video with a fellow officer when they were assigned to guard an ATM cash refilling.”Ahmad explained that, after recording the video, GAP uploaded it his WhatsApp story and did not share it elsewhere on social media.He also said that GAP reported the @kapansarjana Twitter account to the Jakarta Police’s directorate of special crimes investigation. (nal)Topics : “Have your parents paid the bank the money they owe for paying your “entrance fee” [to the police academy]?” another user tweeted.Duit dr hutang bank orang tua yg dipake buat pendaftaran udah lunas belum mas ?— ihza muqaffa (@iniihza) May 12, 2020 Masnya pasti bisa kaya gini pic.twitter.com/c6NPuxMoH3— sikoh (@richide_) May 12, 2020 The four-second video went viral after it was uploaded by Twitter user @kapansarjana. It gained 4.8 million views and more than 10,000 retweets in less than three days.”Please tell your cadet not to be arrogant in front of the people, you and your cadets are paid by the people’s tax money,” @kapansarjana tweeted on Tuesday, tagging the National Police’s official Twitter account, @DivHumas_Polri. Mohon untuk bpk @DivHumas_Polri kasih tau anak didik njenengan pak, tidak usah sombong sama rakyat, anak didik, juga kalian diagaji oleh uang pajak rakyat— Karyastatis (@kapansarjana_) May 12, 2020Several other netizens shared similar sentiments. “It’s better to have a handsome and rich boyfriend than to have a boyfriend like you who is so arrogant just because you can cock a gun,” a Twitter user wrote. An officer of the Jakarta Police is being investigated by the police’s internal affairs division after a video of him showing off his gun went viral on social media.The viral video shows the officer wearing a police shirt while carrying a rifle.”So your boyfriend is handsome? Rich? But can he do this?” the officer says while cocking his gun.Yaampun mas, sekali kokang rahimku langsung meledak pic.twitter.com/81h4Hiw1C5— Karyastatis (@kapansarjana_) May 12, 2020
Share HealthLifestyle Don’t Walk This Way: 7 Bad Walking Habits. by: – April 26, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share 373 Views no discussions Tweet Share You may have been walking since you were 1, but you’ve changed a lot since then. For starters, your goal is more than just toddling from the coffee table to your mom’s arms without tumbling over.Now, you’re walking for fitness — to burn calories, flatten your belly, and strengthen your heart. But if you’re slumping and slouching along like a teenager, the weight of the world on your sagging shoulders, that’s not gonna happen.Here are the seven worst ways to wreck your fitness walk:Worst: Leaning forward, as if you’re heading into a stiff breeze.Best: Walking tall, as if a string is pulling your spine upward from the top of your head.Worst: Looking at the ground in front of you, shoulders hunched.Best: Looking at the world ahead of you, not at your feet.Worst: Letting your hands flap around as if they have a mind of their own.Best: Keeping your hands in a loose fist, fingers relaxed.Worst: Letting your belly bulge out and your stomach muscles sag.Best: Keeping your stomach muscles firm and tucking your pelvis slightly under your torso.Worst: Keeping your arms by your sides, straight and robot-stiff, fists clenched.Best: Letting your arms swing naturally or bend at a relaxed 90-degree angle.Worst: Taking short, mincing steps or overly long, gazelle-like ones.Best: Moving at a smooth, rhythmic pace so your stride feels natural.Worst: Hitting the ground in a flat-footed way so your toes and heels land at almost the same time.Best: Rolling forward from heel to toe, keeping your feet shoulder-width apart, and then gently pushing off with your toes. You’ll walk faster and burn more calories.Walk 10,000 steps a day and you’ll lose 35 pounds a year without changing your diet! To keep track, invest in a pedometer (just $15 to $20 will buy you a good one ) or add a step-counting app to your smartphone. Watching the steps add up is a great motivator, and you’ll be surprised at how quickly they accumulate as you go to and from the car, through the grocery store, and around the house — especially when you take the long way around.By: Real Age,Source: Yahoo Shine
LocalNews The IPO Commission rejects two of three complaints made by Lennox Linton against Prime Minister Skerrit. by: – July 19, 2011 130 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Mr. Lennox LintonThe Integrity in Public Office Commission (IPO) in a report dated July 1st, 2011 has rejected two of the three complaints made by Mr. Lennox Linton concerning allegations of breach of the Code of Conduct by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.Mr. Linton made his complaints to the Commission via a letter dated November 5th, 2010 and addressed to the Chairman, Mr. Julian Johnson. A request was made for the evidence referred to Mr. Linton’s complaint to be forwarded to the Commission. Having examined and discussed the evidence, as well as hearing from the complainant in an oral session on 16th July, 2011, the Commission decided to launch an investigation “to ascertain whether Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has committed a breach of the provision of Rule 1(e) of the Code of Conduct and an inquiry shall be held into this matter.”The complaints which were made by Mr. Linton are as follows;A) (i) “[the] Prime Minister is in breach of section 47(1) of that Act [Integrity In Public Office Act 2003] by virtue of his possession of unaccounted property, namely eight Ocean Front villas at Guillette, Savanne Paille, with an estimated market value of over 8 million EC dollars which cannot be explained by his legal income,” (letter -page 2);(ii) “in order to finance his ownership interest in these villas which he could not afford on his legal income, the Prime Minister accepted ‘gifts, benefits or advantages’ in contravention of item (c) of the Code of Conduct. The source of these gifts, benefits or advantages is clearly a matter for the Integrity Commission to investigate pursuant to the specific responsibility conferred by section 47(2) of the Act” (letter – page 2);(iii) “on account of his chairmanship of the Cabinet Meeting on October 9th, 2007 which granted a full suite of concessions to Blaircourt Property Development Limited for the construction of the villas at Guillette, the Prime Minister breached item (e) of the Code of Conduct by using his official influence to secure concessions for a business venture in which he had an ownership interest” (letter – page 2) andAccording to the Report which was signed by the Chairman Mr. Julian Johnson and three other members of the Commission,(i) “The complaint concerning section 47(L) of the Act is rejected since it is outwith the Code of Conduct and not within the Commission’s jurisdiction for the reason that section 47(I) is an offence-creating provision that can only be dealt with by the court. It is only where the Director of Public Prosecutions has instituted and successfully undertaken criminal proceedings against a person in public life that he can be said to have been “found to be in possession of property or pecuniary resources” contrary to the section…..”;(ii) “The complaint concerning Rule 1[c) of the Code of Conduct cannot be proceeded with because it is unparticularized, and not supported by the content of the “Evidence Bundle”;(iii) The Commission was of the view that further investigation was required regarding the complaint relating to Blaircourt Property Development.Ms. Helen Ambo, secretary of the Integrity Commission confirmed to Dominica Vibes News that a decision has been arrived at regarding the complaints made by Mr. Linton some time ago.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Share
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Cricket West Indies boss Dave Cameron says senior West Indies players need to come to grips with the harsh reality of their performance-based requirements, stressing that experience alone would no longer count in the issuing of central retainer contracts.Speaking against the backdrop of the furore arising from Darren Bravo’s rejection of a Grade C contract last year, Cameron argued that Windies players now controlled their own futures as once they performed, they and not CWI dictated the quality of contract they received.The often controversial Cameron also contended that seasoned players needed to translate that experience into performances instead of hoping for a high level retainer based on their length of time in international cricket.“Everyone has been talking for years, we want performance contracts, we want performance contracts. Now we’ve put in performance contracts and now we have a problem,” Cameron told Massy Insurances Life and Length Network in a wide-ranging interview.“Telling me whether you’ve played 10 matches or 20 matches or 30 matches – well where are the numbers? If you have this experience, you should be getting better not worse so how is it that your numbers are better when you just started and after two years you’re getting worse.”It was announced by CWI last November that Bravo along with seasoned campaigner Marlon Samuels and all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite, had rejected central retainer contracts.Media reports subsequently said that Bravo, the Windies premier Test batsman, had been offered a Grade C contract which was lower than the one he previously held.Cameron then said in a controversial television interview that CWI would not reward declining performances by senior players and appeared to suggest that Bravo had previously held a top tier A contract.The player took to Twitter to dispute Cameron’s assertion but also labelled him ‘a big idiot’ which resulted him being sent home from South Africa, ahead of the Tri-Nations Series in Zimbabwe. He has since been barred from selection until he removes the tweet and apologises.CWI determines the grade of contract on a points system stemming for player performances over a 12-month period and Cameron said on this basis, players were aware of the performances required in order to stake their claim for higher grade contracts.“What we do is for our players but again, how do we keep compromising a system,” the Jamaican administrator explained.“Everybody writes their own contract. There is no stipulation that says we’re only going to have two A contracts, three B’s or four C’s, there is no stipulation across the board. If everybody is on a A-plus because their numbers merit that, they all get that.”He continued: “All we are saying is that you write your own contract. At the start of the season you are told what averages you need to have, volume of runs, volume of wickets, behaviours, whatever. It’s up to you.”Grade A is the highest level contract on offer from CWI and is worth US$150, 000, with Grade B valued at $125,000 and Grade C, $100,000.Opener Kraigg Brathwaite, who averages 35 from 37 Tests, is currently the only player on a Grade A contract with Test and one-day captain Jason Holder on a Grade B.Cameron said going forward it was important that senior players understood the stated policy of CWI.“Something’s happening. Let us address it together but just to say I am a senior guy so therefore I need to be paid more, it’s not going to happen with Cricket West Indies,” he stressed.
* Injured Etebo, Junior Ajayi also to miss the match in WroclawDuro IkhazuagbeUnless something happens between now and Friday morning, Nigeria is going to play the international friendly with Poland in Wroclaw without her inspirational skipper, John Mikel Obi. The former Chelsea player who moved Far East to team up with Chinese Super League club, Tianjin Teda last season, is believed to be battling hard to renew his work permit in China.With 22 players already in Eaglesâ€™ Radisson Blu Hotel camp in Wroclaw yesterday, training began in earnest ahead of the Friday friendly with the Polish senior national team.Team Administrator, Dayo Enebi Achor, confirmed yesterday that Mikel is not likely to be available for the Friday game.â€œWe all had been hoping that the renewal (of Mikelâ€™s work permit) would come in good time for him to fly to Poland.â€œAs it is now, it is not likely that he would make the trip here,â€ stressed the Super Eagles administrator.Apart from Mikel, two other invited players, Oghenekaro Etebo and Junior Ajayi are also not in Wroclaw.Etebo who plays for struggling LaLiga club, Las Palmas is injured while Egypt-based Junior Ajayi, is also unavailable because of his inability to secure visa into Poland.Ajayi who earned his first senior call-up to the Super Eagles after a number of impressive displays for Al Ahly in the Egyptian league and the CAF Champions League is now expected to link up with his teammates in London this weekend for the Super Eagles second friendly game against Serbia next week Tuesday at The Hive, Canons Park.Eagles camp for the friendly opened on Monday with six players namely, Williams Troost Ekong, Ola Aina, Tyronne Ebuehi, Alex Iwobi, Leon Balogun and Brian Idowu as the early birds.However, full training began with the arrival of goalkeeper Francis Uzoho, defenders Kenneth Omeruo, Elderson Echiejile, Stephen Eze, Abdullahi Shehu and Chidozie Awaziem, midfielders Joel Obi, John Ogu, Ogenyi Onazi, Uche Agbo and Wilfred Ndidi, and forwards Ahmed Musa, Moses Simon, Odion Ighalo, Kelechi Iheanacho and Victor Moses yesterday.Nigeria-based goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa and South Africa-based Daniel Akpeyi are expected to arrive camp today.The team trained twice yesterday, with the same schedule for today, before Thursdayâ€™s training at match time inside the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw.The match kicks off at 8.45pm (Nigeria and Poland are on same time zone) on Friday.Fridayâ€™s showdown inside the 43,000-capacity stadium formally opens the first phase of the Super Eaglesâ€™ preparation for the 21st FIFA World Cup finals, taking place in Russia between June 14 and July 15 this year.After Tuesdayâ€™s game with Serbia in London, the three-time African champions will play a send-forth match against the Democratic Republic of Congo in Nigeria, before flying back to London for a prestige clash with Englandâ€™s Three Lions at Wembley on June 2.Four days later, Eagles come up against the Czech Republic at their final training camp in Austria, with another friendly game on the cards before the squad jets out to the World Cup finals on June 11.Nigeriaâ€™s team base camp at the FIFA World Cup finals is located in Yessentuki, Stavropol territory in the southern region of Russia.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Though property crimes jumped slightly over the past three weeks — due in large part to the absence of students — overall crime rates continue to decrease compared with previous years.A number of crimes — mostly residential burglaries, bike thefts and auto burglaries — were reported to the Department of Public Safety during the past three weeks, but DPS Capt. David Carlisle said the crime rates this winter break were the lowest they have been in five years.“We have had a very steady decline in winter break crimes since 2005,” Carlisle said.Daily Trojan | Leah TurnerDPS is attributing the shrinking crime rates to Compstat, a program initiated by former LAPD Chief William Bratton that helps monitor crime.“The main thing is measuring where the crime is occurring and really closely measuring crime, monitoring, putting it on a map and holding our supervisors accountable to address strategies that reduce crime,” Carlisle said.DPS has been consistently working to combat crime during school breaks by offering programs like the Group Initiative for Theft-prevention, which offers free parking for students in the Parking Center, which is patrolled and secured during winter break.DPS also distributes crime prevention tips to students via e-mail. Carlisle said often when crimes occur it is because students have not adequately utilized DPS’ resources.“Some of the issues that we have are that people leave over the break and don’t take advantage of the crime prevention programs we offer,” Carlisle said.Despite the overall drop in crime, Carlisle did cite one serious crime that occurred near campus, when three juveniles tried to rob a woman with a knife near the intersection of Jefferson Boulevard and McClintock Avenue.Though the would-be robbers were caught, Carlisle said DPS is continuing to work to prevent robberies.“One robbery is too many,” Carlisle said. “But we did catch them and they will be prosecuted.”
Related Stories GOLDEN: Syracuse blows by No. 13 California at Madison Square Garden Scoop Jardine’s hot streak reached a whole new level.The sophomore point guard came into the matchup against California with a 12-point, 5-of-7 shooting performance and a nine-assist game under his belt to start the season.His impressive start continued Thursday night at Madison Square Garden when he scorched the Golden Bears (2-1) for 22 points, six assists and six rebounds. Jardine’s then-career-high point total ignited the No. 24 Orange (3-0) to a 95-73 beatdown over No. 13 California in the semifinals of the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer. Syracuse shut down Cal’s dangerous 3-point attack and used a balanced effort led by Jardine to come away with the win.“I think Scoop is getting better,” Jim Boeheim told reporters after the game. “He has really done a lot of good things. I want him to be better. All young point guards … they hear it the most from me. He has been really solid.”After a sluggish start, Syracuse embarked on a 9-0 run and eventually claimed a commanding 30-16 lead. California flirted with a comeback multiple times, but Syracuse was too explosive and talented in the long run.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWes Johnson added 17 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high six blocks while Arinze Onuaku chipped in with 12 points. Syracuse had eight players score eight or more points, and connected on more than 57 percent of its shots as a team.California came into the game shooting better than 41 percent from beyond the arc, but Syracuse held the Golden Bears in check, limiting them to 6-of-20 shooting from 3-point range. Patrick Christopher finished 0-of-7 from 3 and never got into a rhythm offensively.Boeheim credited his team’s suffocating defense, quickly shooing away the notion of California having an off night.“I don’t think anybody has an off night,” Boeheim said. “I think you have to force people to have off nights.”Jerome Randle didn’t have an off night for the Golden Bears. The 5-foot-10 guard kept his team within striking distance, scoring 25 points and drilling five 3-pointers. Randle was the only California player who found his stroke on a night where the team struggled mightily from the field.In the end, the Syracuse offense was too unpredictable and balanced for the outmatched Golden Bears to contain. After a 3 by Randle cut the deficit to nine late in the second half, the Orange crushed any hope Cal had of climbing back into the game.Jardine – who shot 8-of-13 from the field – scored Syracuse’s last four points of the half, as the Orange took a 44-33 advantage into the break. The second half was all Syracuse. SU used an 8-2 run to go up by 20 with less than nine minutes to play and went on to close the game out effectively.The win marked the 802nd of Boeheim’s career, placing him just two behind Eddie Sutton for seventh all-time among Division-I coaches.Said Boeheim: “I think we are getting better … we are still a long way from where we need to be.” Comments Published on March 22, 2013 at 1:36 pm Contact Trevor: email@example.com | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+
Tipp senior footballers aren’t even considering promotion as a possibility at this stage of the National Football League.They travel to Down this weekend in the penultimate game of the league group stages, with a trip to table toppers Cavan a week later.Liam Kearns says Down have been unlucky with their results so far and they’ll make for tough opposition for the Premier. Speaking following Tipp’s victory over Louth, he said the next 2 games up north will be massive tests.
Copa America hosts Chile started their campaign with a win, beating Ecuador 2-0 after goals from Arturo Vidal and Eduardo Vargas.Jorge Sampaoli’s side struggled to make an impression in the final third for much of the match, with Ecuador causing problems for Chile on the counter-attack in front of a somewhat anxious home crowd.But the hosts edged ahead after 67 minutes, when Vidal was brought down in the penalty area – allowing the Juventus midfielder to covert the spot kick to give Chile a valuable 1-0 lead in Santiago.West Ham forward Enner Valencia threatened for Ecuador, hitting the bar with a header minutes before Chile doubled their lead.Alexis Sanchez made the most of a loose pass in midfield, slotting through Vargas – who clipped a neat finish into the far corner.However, Chile’s opening win was soured by the stoppage time sending off of Matias Fernadez, who was shown a second yellow card for a late challenge late in the contest. Fixture for today:Mexico v Bolivia (23:30 GMT)