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You know the Blackfeet and Salish-Kootenai are sworn enemies, public defender Jennifer Streano said Pierre told Whitford. Makueeyapee says, Thats back in the day Im not about that, but John Pierre is getting hostile, Streano continued. Whitford walked away, she said, and was closing the trunk of the car he had arrived in when he sees guys coming out of the house, and coming fast, Streano told the jury of eight women and four men. He shuts the trunk, is shoved up against the car, and one punch, one strike, thats it, just to give him time to get in the car and go. But Lake County Attorney Mitch Young told jurors, There are a number of things Mr. Whitford will try to claim, but the facts will show he stabbed and killed John Pierre and he was not defending himself or anyone else. Ultimately,after an afternoon of deliberation, jurors sided with the prosecution. Lake County District Judge James Manley presided over the weeklong trial.
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The MPAC is a nonprofit organization. Departments which participate in the accreditation program are required to put their policies and procedures in writing. The program can also help police departments fix internal problems before they affect the public. As of April 2013, police departments in 50 cities and towns have gotten their certification or accreditation. Eighty-one municipalities are enrolled in the program, according to the Massachusetts Municipal Association.
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Cash donations are also needed for instrument repairs. Flutes, violins, saxophones, violas, clarinets and baritones are especially needed. To donate, call The Racine Arts Council office at 262-635-0261 or email us at [email protected] Racine County Food Bank “Super Six” most-needed food items: Canned fruit Also needed: Gift cards for gasoline Donations can be dropped off at 2000 DeKoven Ave., Unit 2, Racine from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday or by appointment.
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| TSA Food Rules “We do thousands of Voodoo donuts everyday,” Irwin said. “We’re very proud of the fact that people are bringing them through.” Remember, all food must go through the x-ray machine and must be wrapped or in a container. When in doubt, Irwin encourages passengers to pack their gifts in their checked luggage. Wrapping gifts: While wrapped gifts are not prohibited, if a bag alarms security officers may have to unwrap a gift to take a closer look inside.
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