FARGO, N.D. — A North Dakota judge says that nearly 500 pounds of marijuana seized during a vehicle stop cannot be used as evidence because a county deputy did not have a good reason to be suspicious. Bee Thor of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and Nhia Lee of St. Paul, Minnesota, were both charged with possession of drugs after the Jan. 21 bust on Interstate 94 near Jamestown. Stutsman County Deputy Matt Thom (TOM) testified he made the stop because the vehicle was going 2 mph under the speed limit, the suspects were from St. Paul, the driver was sitting too rigidly and did not look at the deputy when he drove alongside the vehicle, and no luggage was visible. Judge Jay Schmitz says Thom's behavior violated Fourth Amendment rights regarding unreasonable searches and seizures. … [Read more...] about Judge: N.D. deputy’s unreasonable search negates huge pot bust that snared St. Paul man
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Politicians accused of abusing their sexual partners have put the community’s practices in the news. ByValeriya Safronova and Katie Van Syckle May 23, 2018 “You The subject of her class was “medical play” and the crowd was standing-room-only. The event was hosted by the Eulenspiegel Society in Manhattan, which describes itself as the “oldest and largest B.D.S.M. support and education group” in the country. The “You create a container for the things that are your worst fears, your darkest fantasies, and you create very strong boundaries around that,” Margot said. Those who practice bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism ( In a report released in April, a taping her hands to exercise equipment, hitting and shoving her, and touching her without her agreement. The … [Read more...] about The Boundary Between Abuse and B.D.S.M.
By Cody McCrary Published 5:06 pm, Monday, May 7, 2018 Photo: Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili (20) greets forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) after Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors, Sunday April 22, 2018 at the AT&T Center. The Spurs won 103-90. San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili (20) greets forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) after Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors, Sunday April 22, 2018 at the AT&T Center. The Spurs won 103-90. Photo: Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News E-N sportswriters weigh in on Leonard's, Aldridge's and Ginobili's futures 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Each week, Express-News sportswriters discuss issues surrounding the local sports scene. This week, Jeff McDonald, Tom … [Read more...] about E-N sportswriters weigh in on Leonard’s, Aldridge’s and Ginobili’s futures
Supported by Health | The Healing Edge By DENISE GRADYAPRIL 23, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story BALTIMORE — In a 14-hour operation, a young military veteran whose genitals were blown off by a bomb received an extraordinary transplant: a penis, scrotum and portion of the abdominal wall, taken from a deceased organ donor.The surgery, performed last month at Johns Hopkins Hospital, was the most complex and extensive penis transplant to date, and the first performed on a combat veteran maimed by a blast.Two other successful penis transplants have been performed — in South Africa in 2014 and at the Massachusetts General Hospital in 2016 — but they involved only the organ itself, not the scrotum or surrounding flesh. This latest operation transplanted a single piece of tissue that measured 10 inches by 11 inches and weighed four or five pounds.This is an evolving branch of medicine … [Read more...] about ‘Whole Again’: A Vet Maimed by an I.E.D. Receives a Transplanted Penis
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Style Supported by Social Q’s ByPhilip Galanes April 12, 2018 Fifteen years ago, after my parents’ deaths and a bad real estate deal, I fell out with my two siblings. None of us have spoken since. One lives across town, the other across country. Five years ago, I crafted a letter calling for reconciliation without blame. No response — which hurt. Since then, when people ask if I have siblings, I say no. I used to feel guilty, but now it’s freeing. Some people know I have siblings. I’d hate for them to think I’m a liar, but it feels true to me. And I want to avoid explanations. Thoughts? ANONYMOUS The lie I tell most often — generally on airplanes, where I do my best lying — is that my mother is still alive: I’m on my way to visit her, or just coming back. She’s been dead for three … [Read more...] about R.I.P. My Whole Family