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Several dozen people with candles and protest signs gathered near the alley where Denver police officers fatally shot a 16-year-old girl on Monday, recalling her bright smile and demanding answers about the deadly encounter.

Police shot the teenager early Monday morning after they say she struck and injured an officer with a stolen car. Authorities did not release the girl’s name, but friends identified her as Jessica Hernandez.

“We’re angry about it. It’s another life taken by another cop,” said 19-year-old Cynthia Valdez, a close friend and schoolmate of the girl. “She was trying to find her talent. She wanted to find out what she wanted to be. … Who knows what she could have been?”

Few details were immediately released after the shooting in an alley in the older, middle-class residential neighborhood. The four other people in the car were not injured by the gunfire, and all were being questioned as part of the investigation, police said. It was not clear whether any had been arrested.

Police Chief Robert White said an officer was called to check on a suspicious vehicle and a colleague arrived after it was determined the car had been reported stolen.

In a statement, police said the two officers then “approached the vehicle on foot when the driver drove the car into one of the officers.”

White said both officers then opened fire. The officer hit by the car was taken to a hospital with a leg injury.

Bobbie Diaz, whose 16-year-old daughter was in the car, said she was lying in bed when she heard four gunshots followed by an officer yelling “Freeze! Get out of the car! Get down!”

Diaz said she came outside to see officers with their guns drawn pulling people out of the car, including Jessica.

“She seemed like she was not responding, not moving,” she said. “They just yanked her out and handcuffed her.”

Meanwhile, Diaz said she heard another person screaming “She’s dead! She’s dead!”

“I’m just trying to process everything. I’m just heartbroken for the girl’s family,” Diaz said. “How could something like this happen again?”

Another woman, Arellia Hammock, who has lived in the neighborhood for about a decade, said she heard three gunshots about 6:30 a.m. and then saw several police cars streaming down the street. Hammock said she understands one of the officers was injured, but “that’s still no reason to shoot.”

“They shouldn’t have stolen a car. But the cops are too fast on the gun,” she said. “You’ve got stun guns. You’ve got rubber bullets. Why do they have to shoot all the time?”

That sentiment was echoed during Monday’s vigil as some held signs decrying police brutality.

One of the signs read “Girls’ Lives Matter,” a play on the “Black Lives Matter” chant that became a rallying cry after the police killings of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City.

“It should have been handled differently. She’s a young girl. I’m just not OK with it,” said 16-year-old Destiny Moya, who grew up with Jessica.

Both officers involved in the shooting have been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation, which was being conducted by police, the district attorney and the Office of the Independent Monitor, a civilian oversight agency for the city.

from:  http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/denver-police-shoot-kill-woman-struck-officer-car-28498963

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Jessie Hernandez

1          8               8

 

her primary challenge (JH) and how she lost her heart’s desire (JZ) both = 18 = Surreal.  Like a bad dream.  Sheer madness.

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  • Miss Colombia Paulina Vega poses during the Miss Universe pageant in Miami, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. Photo: Wilfredo Lee, AP / AP

    January 26, 2015            12:35 AM ET

    Miss Colombia Paulina Vega has been crowned Miss Universe, beating out contestants from 87 other countries.

    Miss USA Nia Sanchez and Miss Ukraine Diana Harkusha were the runners-up during Sunday’s competition. Miss Jamaica Kaci Fennell and Miss Netherlands Yasmin Verheijen were also among the top five.

    Vega said the contests leading to Miss Universe were the first she’d participated in and will be her last, as she’s eager to return to her studies in business administration.

    The 22-year-old is the granddaughter of a legendary tenor, Gastón Vega.

    She has said, “It will be a dream come true to represent the woman of today. A woman that not only cares about being beautiful and being glamorous, but also cares about being a professional, intelligent, hard-working person.”

    The 24-year-old Sanchez has a fourth-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and has travelled the country teaching others. She spoke previously about equipping women to defend themselves against crime.

    “It’s just something that’s so prevalent in our society, and why not empower women to take control of a dangerous situation into their own hand,” she said.

    Crowd favourite Miss Venezuela Migbelis Lynette Castellanos was cut after the top 10. The Miami suburb of Doral, which was host to the women during their stay, is also known as “Doralzuela” for its many Venezuelan residents.

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Paulina Vega was born on according January 15th, 1993 to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulina_Vega

January 15th, 1993 = 38 = her life lesson =Buxom.  Booty.
Nice pooper.  Taking care of herself.  Body care.

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January 21, 2015

Definitively establishing the truth about the horrific July 18, 1994, bombing and its tortured, politicized investigation is to impanel an international team of jurists who can take a fresh, objective look at the evidence.

The truth became more important after Mr. Nisman’s body was discovered inside his apartment on Sunday, hours before he was expected to testify on his startling allegation that Ms. Kirchner cut a deal with the Iranian government to protect some of the culprits of the attack.

Ms. Kirchner’s late husband, former president Néstor Kirchner, appointed Mr. Nisman to lead the inquiry a decade ago after acknowledging a shocking series of blunders by those assigned to the case over the years. Mr. Nisman, 51, became convinced that the bombing was carried out by the Shiite militant movement Hezbollah under orders of the Iranian government. Based on the prosecutor’s investigation, Argentina got Interpol to issue arrest notices for seven prominent Iranians, including a Hezbollah leader and several government officials.

In a strange twist, in January 2013, Argentina announced it had reached a deal with Iran to establish a “truth commission” that would investigate the case jointly. The notion that Iran could be counted on to play a constructive role was questionable at best and rightly met with skepticism from Argentina’s Jewish community.

Earlier this month, Mr. Nisman unveiled a 300-page complaint chargingthat Ms. Kirchner and Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman conspired to absolve top Iranian officials in exchange for commercial deals that would benefit both cash-strapped governments. President Kirchner issued stern denials. Mr. Nisman said he would corroborate the allegations in a congressional hearing on Monday.

According to the Argentine press, there were no signs that Mr. Nisman was suicidal in recent days. Over the weekend, he prepared for the hearing. He wrote a grocery list for his maid to run to the store on Monday. Despite having a 10-person security detail, Mr. Nisman signaled that he was concerned for his safety, telling an Argentine journalist, Natasha Niebieskikwiat, on Saturday: “I might turn up dead from all this.”

Ms. Kirchner, a pugnacious stateswoman who has been vindictive toward enemies in the press and politics, weighed in on the case in a lengthy, rambling statement posted on her personal website late Monday. “Suicide,” she wrote, is always a befuddling act. “What led a person to make such a terrible decision and end their life?” Missing from her note was a message of condolence for Mr. Nisman’s family. But the most glaring omission is the fact that the manner of death is far from a settled question.

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/21/opinion/a-suspicious-death-in-argentina.html?_r=0

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Alberto Nisman was born on December 5th, 1963 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alberto_Nisman

December 5th, 1963

12 + 5 +1+9+6+3 = 36 = his life lesson = This is unbearable.

 

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Kings Jason Thompson (34), Darren Collison and Quincy Miller  were no match for the hot hand of Warriors guard Klay Thompson.

Saturday January 24, 2015           1:28am EST

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr was so angry at halftime Friday night, he told his players he was going to stop coaching and let them figure out a way to beat the Sacramento Kings.

Thanks to shooting guard Klay Thompson, the ploy worked so well, the rookie coach might be tempted to employ it more often.

Thompson put on the greatest single-quarter scoring display in NBA history, propelling the Warriors to their 18th consecutive home win with a 37-point third quarter in a 126-101 victory over the Sacramento Kings.

“Pretty surreal,” said Thompson, who finished with a career-best 52 points. “I knew I was due for a big half because in the first half, I had so many good looks, I barely missed.”

In almost single-handedly lifting the Warriors to a 12th win in their last 13 games, Thompson hit 13 consecutive shots, including nine 3-pointers, during his 37-point explosion, outscoring the Kings by a full 15 points in the 12 minutes.

The 37-point quarter topped the previous NBA mark of 33 that originally had been set by George Gervin of the San Antonio Spurs in 1978 and was later equaled by Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks in 2008.

Thompson also set an NBA record with nine 3-pointers in a quarter, breaking the record of eight that had been shared by Michael Redd of the Milwaukee Bucks and Joe Johnson of the Brooklyn Nets.

“I was one of the luckiest NBA players to play with Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, David Robinson and some of the greatest players ever,” Kerr boasted. “As many spectacular things as Michael did, which he did nightly, I never saw him do that.”

Thompson’s previous career-high had been 41 against the Los Angeles Lakers in the opening week of the season.

“To be in the same breath as Michael Jordan, it’s crazy,” Thompson said. “For Steve to say something like that, it’s really humbling. I’m on Cloud 9 right now.”

Thompson’s 52 points came in just 33 minutes. He was pulled from the game for good with 9:28 to go, with the Warriors well on their way to their seventh consecutive victory over the Kings, the third in a row this season.

The club’s 11th victory this season by 20 or more points allowed the Warriors (35-6) to finish the first half with 35 wins, becoming just the 10th team in NBA history to reach that mark by the midpoint of the year.

On a night when point guard Stephen Curry was announced to his home fans as an All-Star starter and Kerr as the Western Conference coach in the Feb. 15 showcase in New York, Thompson put on the type of display that’s going to be hard to forget when the coaches vote for All-Star reserves this weekend.

“They ran two plays,” Kerr said. “Get the ball to Klay, and Klay get the ball.”

It wasn’t entirely a memorable night for the Warriors. After Thompson and power forward Draymond Green had dropped in a pair of 3-pointers apiece in an early 22-2 flurry, the Kings got the better of Golden State for the better part of two quarters, eventually drawing even at 60-all with 9:03 remaining in the third period.

But that’s when the Warriors — without Kerr calling a single play — put the ball in the hands of Thompson, and the Kings were rendered hopeless.

“You can’t really stop something like that,” observed Kings center DeMarcus Cousins. “It was the first time in my basketball career that I’ve ever experienced anything like that. It was such an amazing performance.”

Thompson scored Golden State’s next 17 points, making five consecutive 3’s along the way, as the top team in Western playoff standings began a pullaway, gaining a 77-68 lead.

He wasn’t done. After Green converted a Thompson assist into a layup, the son of former NBA standout Mychal Thompson went on another scoring spree, this time pouring in 18 consecutive Warriors points to reach a game total of 50 by quarter’s end and put the Kings in a 97-73 hole.

Thompson missed his first three shots of the fourth quarter, but did add a pair of free throws to get to 52 for the night.

The fourth-year pro finished 16-for-25 from the field, 11-for-15 on 3-pointers and 9-for-10 on free throws en route to becoming the 12th player in Warriors franchise history to reach 50 points in a game. He also found time for five assists, four steals and two blocked shots.

Thompson had 11 of the Warriors’ 17 3-pointers as Golden State outscored Sacramento 51-12 from beyond the arc.

The Warriors won despite an off shooting night by Curry, who missed eight of his 11 shots, including five of his seven 3’s. He nonetheless managed a 10-point, 11-assist double-double.

Backup center Marreese Speights had 19 points and Green 11 for the Warriors, who recorded their 27th double-digit win of the season.

Cousins had 28 points and a game-high 11 rebounds for the Kings (16-27), who lost their fifth straight.

Point guard Darren Collison had 15 points, and reserves Quincy Miller and Nik Stauskas added 13 and 11, respectively, for Sacramento, which was playing its first of five in a row on the road.

“Tough to sit and watch,” Kings coach Tyrone Corbin said of Thompson’s performance. “But it was amazing to see as a fan.”

from:  http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/01/24/bkn-kings-warriors-writethru-idUSMTZEB1OO3LUCB20150124

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Klay Thompson was born on February 8th, 1990 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klay_Thompson

February 8th, 1990

February 8th

2 + 8 +2+0+1+4 = 17 = his personal year (from February 8th, 2014 to February 8th, 2015) = Superstar.

17

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January 23, 2015

The new king of Saudi Arabia moved quickly on Friday to assure global energy markets that the country would maintain its strategy of pushing other top exporters to maintain a high level of oil production. But a prolonged slump in oil prices, as well as budget pressures at home, will test his resolve.

As the new head of the dominant Middle East oil producer, King Salman immediately emerged as the most powerful figure in the global oil patch. Saudi Arabia is the unchallenged leader of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, the group of 12 oil-rich nations that has resisted cutting production, contributing to the recent sharp drop in crude prices.

The death of King Abdullah, announced early Friday, sparked speculation that Saudi Arabia could shift direction and prices initially rose 2 percent. Oil prices eased later, though, as the new king said in a televised address that he would stick with “the correct policies which Saudi Arabia has followed since its establishment.”

For the immediate future, most analysts say the Saudi royal family will resist any sharp changes in policy, especially as it tries to navigate multiple foreign policy challenges, like the chaos in neighboring Yemen.

“There is no near-term reason to modify the kingdom’s position,” said Sadad al-Husseini, a former executive vice president and board member of Saudi Aramco, the national oil company, in a telephone interview. “The kingdom is unlikely to reverse a policy that it has just announced with the outcome still evolving.”

King Salman is trying to project stability at a time of uncertainty.

Just two weeks ago as crown prince, he gave a speech on behalf of his brother in which he endorsed the current oil policies. He blamed weak global economic growth for the plummeting prices. King Salman has also signaled that nearly all cabinet members will remain at their posts, including the oil minister, Ali al-Naimi.

A career Saudi oil man, Mr. Naimi is considered to have a combination of industry knowledge and the political skills to manage the royal family and other constituencies in the kingdom. At the last OPEC meeting in November, Mr. Naimi, the main architect of Saudi Arabia’s current strategy, resisted calls by Algeria, Venezuela and Iran to cut supplies.

But it remains to be seen for how long Mr. Naimi will remain at his post. In recent years, Mr. Naimi, 79, is said to have told friends that he would prefer to retire and spend time on other pursuits, like his role as chairman of a science and technical university named after Abdullah. But he has stayed on at the late king’s request.

The volatility in oil prices could also complicate Saudi Arabia’s plans.

If prices remain low for a year or longer, King Salman, who at 79 is reportedly in poor health, may find it difficult to persuade other OPEC members to keep steady against the financial strains. The International Monetary Fund estimates that the revenues of Saudi Arabia and its Persian Gulf allies will slip by $300 billion this year.

Even gulf oil officials in recent interviews have said they were surprised by how far and how fast prices have fallen. The expectation appears to have been that a floor would have been found to be $50 to $60 a barrel. The price is currently less than $50.

There have also been rumblings that younger members of the royal family are not happy about falling oil revenue, which will inevitably erode the kingdom’s estimated $750 billion in reserves. Eventual budget cuts could threaten the country’s ample economic safety net, including high-paying public sector jobs and exorbitant energy subsidies.

“Something has got to give,” said Michael C. Lynch, president of Strategic Energy and Economic Research, a consulting firm, who has advised OPEC in recent years. “The population understands — up to a point — that they will have to cut back.”

Saudi Arabia is the most influential of the 12 OPEC members because it is by far the largest producer and the only one with the ability to substantially vary output to affect markets. In December, Saudi Arabia produced about 9.5 million barrels per day, its average for the year and about 10 percent of the world total.

In recent years, Saudi Arabia has adjusted its production in what has been a mostly successful effort to keep markets balanced and prices in the $100-a-barrel range. But as prices began falling last summer, the Saudis and their gulf OPEC allies declined to intervene, contributing to the sharp drop. So far, the Saudis and other Persian Gulf countries appear convinced that cutting in an oversupplied market would only benefit other producers.

A long, stable period of relatively high prices has led producers, mostly outside OPEC, to make huge investments in high-cost endeavors like Canadian heavy oil projects and deepwater fields in Brazil, as well as the shale projects that have greatly increased production in the United States. The Saudi and gulf position is that it will take time for a shakeout to occur among oil producers, which may eventually leave low-cost Middle East producers in a stronger position.

Many United States oil executives blame current Saudi policies for a disquieting bust occurring across the American oil patch. Companies are decommissioning rigs and laying off thousands of workers. They say the Saudis have purposely driven the price of oil down by more than 50 percent since the summer to damp the United States boom in oil shale drilling, which has nearly doubled domestic oil production in the last six years and virtually eliminated imports from several OPEC producers.

“With the new king coming in there is a possibility for change,” said Steve J. McCoy, director of business development for Latshaw Drilling Company of Tulsa, Okla. “If they announce that they are going to reduce their output, within two months we could see an increase in price by at least $30 and get us back to above $75 a barrel.” At current prices, he said, there are few wells worth drilling.

Gulf oil officials say privately that Saudi Arabia and other OPEC producers have not completely ruled out a cut that might help calm the markets. But the Persian Gulf producers insist that a wide range of countries, including Venezuela and non-OPEC producers like Russia, should participate — a long shot at this point.

“Saudi oil policy is set largely on a technocratic basis,” said Anthony Cordesman, a geopolitical expert who follows Persian Gulf affairs at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. “There is no major international reason for Saudi Arabia to change its current approach.”

Simon Henderson, a Middle East analyst at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, said it was most likely that the reins of power, including over oil policy, would be held by a group of advisers now forming around the king.

“Now that he is older, he is likely to take a more hands-off approach, relying on a coterie of advisers, which will probably include several of his sons,” said Mr. Henderson, who has written extensively on Saudi succession issues.

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/24/business/international/king-abdullahs-death-unlikely-to-upset-saudi-oil-goals-analysts-say.html?_r=0

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King Salman of Saudi Arabia was born on December 31st, 1935 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salman_of_Saudi_Arabia

December 31st, 1935

12 + 31 +1+9+3+5 = 61 = his life lesson = Strategy.  Planning.  Contingency plans.

Seven of Swords Tarot card

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Dalton Hayes, 18, and Cheyenne Phillips, 13, were arrested in Panama City Beach, Florida, authorities said.

The two are suspected of stealing three cars — two with guns inside — in various states. They were the subjects of a search that stretched from Kentucky to Georgia.

Authorities discovered them asleep in a Toyota Tundra stolen in Georgia, the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office in Kentucky said in a statement.

“The vehicle was surrounded by law enforcement, and both Hayes and Phillips were taken into custody without further incident,” the sheriff’s office said.

Officials are trying to get them extradited back to Kentucky to face multiple felony charges.

Cars and guns

During their time on the run, authorities described the young couple as “increasingly brazen and dangerous.”

“I know Dalton, and he has a history of making bad, bad decisions,” Sheriff Norman Chaffins said.

“I was the school resource officer before I was elected sheriff. Dalton is known to have disciplinary and defiance issues at the high school with authority.”

Hayes was recently charged with burglary and was out on bond, the sheriff said.

On the run for two weeks

Cheyenne’s family reported her missing January 3 from Clarkson, Kentucky. Hayes’ relatives said they last heard from him in a text message on January 6.

Chaffins said the couple first stole a truck in Clarkson.

Jim McGrew, its owner, told CNN affiliate WAVE the teens took the truck out of his garage and sped down the road before crashing into a fence and fleeing on foot. The wreck caused about $7,100 in damage to his truck, he said.

An hour later, they stole a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with a firearm inside, authorities said. That pickup was recovered in Henry County, Georgia, just south of Atlanta.

This week, the sheriff’s department said the couple was spotted on security-camera video at a Walmart store in Manning, South Carolina.

A Toyota Tundra pickup with a Georgia firefighter license plate was reported stolen from the area around the same time. That truck had two handguns inside — a .38-caliber and a .45-caliber, the sheriff’s department said.

from:  http://edition.cnn.com/2015/01/18/justice/kentucky-teens-arrested/

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Dalton Hayes

413265 81751                  43

 

his path of destiny = 43 = The party is over.  This is no fun.

43R

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