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June 19, 2012                5:07 AM ET

Luka Rocco Magnotta has pleaded not guilty to the multiple charges against him, including first-degree murder, in the death and dismemberment of Chinese student Jun Lin.

Magnotta appeared via video link at the Montreal courthouse Monday afternoon before Justice Lori-Renée Weitzman, in a brief hearing that lasted about three minutes.

Standing impassive and under guard watch, Magnotta pleaded not guilty through his lawyer Pierre Panaccio.

The case returns to court on Thursday, again by video, to discuss a motion requesting psychiatric evaluation.

Panaccio told his client that he hoped to speak with him later Tuesday, and said Magnotta could call him at home.

“I’d be pleased to talk about this,” Panaccio said. “Okay,” Magnotta responded, before being led away to detention.

Crown prosecutor Louis Bouthilier said Magnotta’s eventual trial would be based on the first-degree murder count, as “the other charges are accessory to this one.”

Bouthilier will try the case along with Crown prosecutor Hélène Di Salvo.

Suspect extradited Monday on military plane

Magnotta, 29, was flown from Germany to Quebec’s Mirabel airport aboard a military plane on Monday evening, in a highly controlled and secretive extradition operation orchestrated to minimize media attention on his return.

Magnotta was taken to a police operational centre in the north end of Montreal, where he was held overnight. He will likely be transferred to one of the city’s high-security detention centres, now that he’s been formally charged.

Magnotta is suspected of killing and dismembering Lin, a 33-year-old Chinese citizen and permanent resident in Canada who was attending Concordia University.

Last month, Lin’s torso was found in a suitcase outside an apartment in Montreal, the same day his hand and foot were mailed to the Ottawa offices of the federal Conservative and Liberal parties. His other hand and foot were discovered by staff opening packages at two separate schools in Vancouver several days later.

An international warrant for his arrest listed five charges, including first-degree murder, committing an indignity to a human body, posting obscene material, mailing obscene material and criminal harassment of Stephen Harper and other members of Parliament.

Montreal police Cmdr. Ian Lafrenière said investigators have begun their interrogation process, and their priority is to locate Lin’s severed head.

Lafrenière said DNA samples will be taken from Magnotta to explore possible links to other homicide cases.

Widespread media coverage

Lin’s family arrived in Canada earlier this month and posted an open letter saying the 33-year-old was their “pride and joy.” They also expressed gratitude for the outpouring of support and assistance they have received.

Police believe Lin was killed sometime around the evening of May 24 or early May 25. Video that allegedly captured some of the act was posted to an online gore site on May 25 and circulated on the web for several days.

The discovery of Lin’s remains prompted an international manhunt for Magnotta, who fled first to France and later to Germany. He was arrested in a Berlin cybercafé on June 4.

The brutal details of Lin’s death have drawn widespread media coverage both here in Canada and abroad. Lafrenière said the massive amount of public attention garnered by the case necessitated the secretive operation to get Magnotta back into Canada.

And a Montreal defence lawyer says that will make it difficult for Magnotta to receive a fair trial.

“The trial judge will have to make sure with each and every juror that there’s no bias,” Jeffrey Boro said.

from:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/story/2012/06/19/luka-magnotta-court-appearance.html

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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

 

 

Luka Rocco Magnotta

3321 96336 41756221                 64

 

his path of destiny = 64 = 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick.  Solitary confinement.

Ten of Swords Tarot card

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[Ceres/Eris = Mercury]

 

Luka Rocco Magnotta was born on July 24th, 1982 (time of birth unknown) in Scarborough, Canada according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luka_Magnotta

July 24th, 1982

7 + 24 +1+9+8+2 = 51 = his life lesson = Killing.  Homicide.  Murder.  Mastermind.  Dangerous.  Unfeeling.  Anything he says or does can and will be used against him in a court of law.  Lawyers.

King of Swords Tarot card

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July 24th, 1982

July 24th

7 + 24 +2+0+1+1 = 35 = his personal year (from July 24th, 2011 to July 23rd, 2012) = Guarded.  Defending himself.

Nine of Wands Tarot card

35 year + 5 (May) = 40 = his personal month (from May 24th, 2012 to June 23rd, 2012) = Tending to matters.

Page of Cups Tarot card

40 month + 19 (19th of the month on Tuesday June 19th, 2012) = 59 = his personal day = Canada’s cannibal.

Five of Swords Tarot card

40 month + 21 (21st of the month on Thursday June 21st, 2012) = 61 = his personal day = Not letting him get away with murder.

Seven of Swords Tarot card

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Transgendered Miss Universe Canada finalist, Jenna Talackova, of Vancouver, was disqualified from the competition before being re-instated this week

06:17 EST        6 April 2012

The first picture of the transsexual beauty queen who made international headlines after her dismissal and subsequent reinstatement from Miss Universe Canada has emerged – and she’s a 13-year-old boy called Walter.

Pictured with a blonde bob as a Grade 8 student at Vancouver’s Killarney secondary school, Jenna Talackova, 23, was then known as Walter Page Talackova.

Jenna, who learned this week she is now eligible to compete in the Miss Universe Canada pageant after originally being thrown out last month for being born a boy, made international headlines after it was revealed she lied about her natural gender on her application form.

Ms Talackova talked about the saga in an exclusive interview with ABC journalist Barbara Walters and said her mother still calls her Walter.

In the interview, which will be aired on ABC’s 20/20 tonight, she said: ‘As soon as I was conscious, I just always knew that I was not what they were saying.  It wasn’t right. I thought that I was in the wrong body.’

Ms Talackova was thrown out of the pageant, owned by billionaire Donald Trump, after organisers learned she had undergone surgery to become a woman. He was later criticized for having the ‘natural born female’ rule at all.

She revealed to Barbara Walters that though the gender reassignment surgery at the age of 19 and subsequent hormone treatments were intense and painful, it was ultimately ‘rewarding’.

‘It was terribly painful, but seeing something on your body for that long and not being able to look at myself in the mirror because I couldn’t stand seeing the other part, it was actually very rewarding, too,’ she said.

First interview: Jenna Talackova talks to Barbara Walters on tonight's 20/20 about her transgender surgery and always feeling different
First interview: Jenna Talackova talks to Barbara Walters on tonight’s 20/20 about her transgender surgery and always feeling different
Confused: Jenna said that even when she was a young boy called Walter, she felt like she was in the wrong body
Confused: Jenna said that even when she was a young boy called Walter, she felt like she was in the wrong body

The Trump organization later released a statement saying that pageant rules had ‘been modernized to ensure this type of issue does not occur again’.

Jenna now wants to use her situation to help others: ‘I feel like the universe, the creator just put me in this position as an advocate. And now it’s like this, and I’ll take that position.

‘If it’s helping anybody else, my story and my actions, then I feel great about it.’

Her mother told Barbara that she had always wanted a daughter, but when Jenna was born she thought, ‘Ok that’s it I guess. I have four boys. But now I have four sons and a daughter.’

Classmates recalled how Jenna’s looks and behaviour sparked intrigue about her gender even back in their high school days. With a slender frame and effeminate mannerisms, she stuck out.

‘It was very obvious,’ Teruko Walker told The Vancouver Sun, recalling her looks and behaviour when she was in her early teens.

‘It wasn’t like she looked like a boy, but acted like a girl. She very much looked like a female,’ said Walker, who was in Grade 11 at the high school at the time.

Acceptance: Jenna Talackova's mother said she always wanted a daughter after having having four boys but said now she has three sons and one daughter
Acceptance: Jenna Talackova’s mother said she always wanted a daughter after having having four boys but said now she has three sons and one daughter

She has been a veteran beauty pageant competitor since undergoing sexual reassignment surgery at the age of 19 and has competed in a Miss Universe competition before.

Ms Talackova’s story sparked outrage on social networking sites including Twitter after people claimed the organisation was being discriminatory.

More than 20,000 people signed a virtual petition on Change.org demanding that she be re-instated.

She had already reached the finals of the Miss Vancouver pageant before officials stepped in and banned her from the competition.

The only requirement stated on the Miss Universe Canada website is that to enter, women must be a Canadian citizen and between the ages of 18 and 27.

The application form makes no mention of rules regarding sexual reassignment surgery.

Ms Talackova’s case was taken on by celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred who is famous for representing clients including a string of Tiger Woods’ ex-lovers and Nicole Brown Simpson’s family during the O.J. Simpsopn trial.

In a YouTube video interview, Ms Talackova said she knew she was a female at the age of four and began hormone therapy ten years later.

‘I regard myself as a woman with a history,’ Ms Talackova says, winking to the camera.

Transgendered Miss Universe Canada finalist, Jenna Talackova, of Vancouver, was disqualified from the competition before being re-instated this week
Transgendered Miss Universe Canada finalist, Jenna Talackova, of Vancouver, was disqualified from the competition before being re-instated this week

Transgender Miss Universe Canada finalist, Jenna Talackova, of Vancouver, was disqualified from the competition before being re-instated this week

Ms Talackova’s family, who live in east Vancouver and the Northern British Columbia, have supported her throughout her transition.

Vancouver-born Talackova made it to the final with 64 other contestants before learning of the organisation’s U-turn last Friday.

But she has another shot at being crowned winner of the contest, which will be announced on May 19 in Toronto next month. She could then go on and represent Canada in the international Miss Universe Pageant later this year.

Mr Trump overturned the decision to dismiss the Canadian after a wave of publicity surrounding the move.

Ms Allred claimed this week that questions should be posed to Mr Trump’s organisation about the rule rather than focusing on Ms Talackova’s gender, pointing to the letter ‘F’ for female on her passport.

story from and video at:  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2126033/Jenna-Talackova-Transgender-Miss-Canada-Universe-hopeful-Grade-8-boy-called-Walter.html

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[North Node/Eris = Mars]

 

Jenna Talackova was born on October 15th, 1988 (time of birth unknown) in Vancouver, Canada according to http://www.facebook.com/J.Talackova/info

October 15th, 1988

10 + 15 +1+9+8+8 = 51 = Jenna’s life lesson = Rules.  Regulations.  Red tape.

King of Swords Tarot card

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October 15th, 1988

October 15th

10 + 15 +2+0+1+1 = 29 = Jenna’s personal year (from October 15th, 2011 to October 14th, 2012) = Self-confidence.  Participant.  Participating.

Three of Wands Tarot card

29 year + 3 (March) = 32 = Jenna’s personal month (from March 15th, 2012 to April 14th, 2012) = Winning.  Victory.  Triumph.

Six of Wands Tarot card

29 year + 5 (May) = 34 = Jenna’s personal month (from May 15th, 2012 to June 14th, 2012) = Generating a buzz.  Wearing red.

Eight of Wands Tarot card

34 month + 19 (19th of the month on Saturday May 19th, 2012) = 53 = her personal day = Passionate.  Principles.  Debatable.  Fighting for the truth.

Knight of Swords Tarot card

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A record $540 million Mega Millions lottery jackpot could be won Friday.

March 31, 2012

Record Mega Millions Numbers: 2-4-23-38-46, MB 23

Across the country, Americans plunked down an estimated $1.5 billion on the longest of long shots: an infinitesimally small chance to win what could end up being the single biggest lottery payout the world has ever seen.

The numbers drawn Friday night in Atlanta were 2-4-23-38-46, Mega Ball 23. Lottery officials expected to release details about possible winners a couple of hours after the 11 p.m. Eastern drawing.

Forget about how the $640 million Mega Millions jackpot could change the life of the winner. It’s a collective wager that could fund a presidential campaign several times over, make a dent in struggling state budgets or take away the gas worries and grocery bills for thousands of middle-class citizens.

And it’s a cheap investment for the chance of a big reward, no matter how long the odds — 1 in 176 million.

“Twenty to thirty dollars won’t hurt,” said Elvira Bakken of Las Vegas. “I think it just gives us a chance of maybe winning our dream.”

So what exactly would happen if the country spent that $1.5 billion on something other than a distant dream?

For starters, it could cure the everyday worries of hundreds of thousands of American families hit by the Great Recession. It costs an average of $6,129 to feed the typical family for a year — meaning the cash spent on tickets could fill up the plates of 238,000 households.

As gas prices climb faster than stations can change the numbers on the signs, the money spent on tickets could fill the tanks of 685,000 households annually.

Or it could play politics. So far in this campaign, Republicans and President Barack Obama have spent $348.5 million. The amount spent on Mega Millions tickets could cover that tab four times over.

Could the money dig governments out of debt? That’s a problem that even staggering ticket sales can’t solve. It could trim this year’s expected $1.3 trillion federal deficit by just over a tenth of 1 percent. In Illinois, the money would disappear just as fast into that state’s $8 billion deficit.

On a personal level, that much money staggers. Giving $1.46 billion to a broker could purchase 2.4 million shares of Apple stock. (It would also be enough to buy about 2.4 million iPads at the starting price of $499. That’s almost as many as the 3 million new iPads that Apple has already sold.)

Or consider the whimsical: A family of up to 12 could live for more than a century at Musha Cay, magician David Copperfield’s $37,000-a-night private island resort in the Exuma Cays of the Caribbean.

For a more celestial vacation, the nearly $1.5 billion wagered could purchase about 7,300 tourist tickets for a ride into space aboard Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo. And it would pay for 26 rides for U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station aboard the Russian Soyuz spacecraft.

It would even buy a stake in pop culture. Want to influence the next winner of American Idol? If it costs a quarter to text in a vote to Ryan Seacrest, and it takes 122 million votes to win as it did last season, the money could control the outcome of the next 47 seasons.

For the states that participate, the money spent on lotto tickets is hardly a waste. It doesn’t all end up as the winner’s personal fortune — much of it is used by states to fund education and other social service programs, which is why advocates promote the lottery.

Though the specifics vary among the 42 participating states and the District of Columbia, only about half of ticket sales go into the actual jackpot. Another 35 percent goes to support government services and programs, while the rest funds lottery operating costs.

On Friday, the lottery estimated that total ticket sales for this jackpot, which has been building up since Jan. 28, will be about $1.46 billion, said Kelly Cripe, a spokeswoman for the Texas Lottery Commission.

You’re about 20,000 times more likely to die in a car crash than win the lottery, but that doesn’t matter to most people.

“Part of it is hope. … The average person basically has no chance of making it really big, and buying a lottery ticket is a way of raising the ceiling on what could possibly happen to you, however unlikely it may be,” said George Loewenstein, a professor of economics and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University who has studied how rich and poor consumers make a choice to buy lottery tickets.

The odds are much better that someone will begin their weekend a winner. Aaron Abrams, a mathematician at Emory University, said he calculated that there was only a 6 percent chance that no one would hold the winning numbers.

“Every time the jackpot gets higher, more and more people buy tickets, which makes it more and more likely that someone will win,” Abrams said. “So the chance that it rolls over this many times in a row is very small. It’s quite a rare event.”

The estimated jackpot dwarfs the previous $390 million record, which was split in 2007 by two winners who bought tickets in Georgia and New Jersey.

The rarity of Friday’s jackpot was fueling the fervor. Lines formed at grocery stores, gas stations, liquor stops and other venues across the country.

In Arizona, a café worker reported selling $2,600 worth of tickets to one buyer. In Indiana, hundreds lined up for a giveaway of free tickets. Hundreds from Utah and Las Vegas streamed in to neighboring California or Arizona to buy tickets because their states don’t participate.

Accountant Ray Lousteau, who bought 55 Mega Millions tickets Friday in New Orleans, knows buying that many tickets doesn’t mathematically increase his odds, and that his $55 could have gone elsewhere. He spent it anyway.

“Mathematically, it doesn’t make a difference, and intellectually we know that. But for some reason buying more tickets makes you feel more lucky,” Lousteau said. “Even people who know better are apt to feel that way.”

In Chicago, Peter Muiznieks bought a ticket at a liquor store. He knows his chance of winning is a long shot, and that the money the country is spending on tickets could go elsewhere. He still couldn’t help himself, and laughed as the apparent contradiction of his opinion and his actions.

“Lottery and games of chance are a stupidity tax and the more we all buy into this, the less rational we are as a society,” he said.

story from and video at:  http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/record-mega-millions-numbers-23-38-46-mb-16043296#.T3aBrTEgc3M

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After all the hype, there was disappointment in California but joy in Maryland, Kansas and Illinois, where winning Mega Millions tickets were sold for the record $640-million jackpot.

There was a silver lining for California. Twenty-nine tickets sold in the state had five of the numbers and were expected to pay off in the high hundreds of thousands of dollars, said Russ Lopez, a spokesman for the California Lottery, which monitors the game in the state.

Nine of the 29 tickets were sold in Los Angeles County — five in Los Angeles, and one each in Montebello, Long Beach, Hawthorne and El Monte. A five-number ticket was also sold in Anaheim.

Southern Californians wanting in on the historic — if astronomically small — chance to be fabulously wealthy waited in lines for as long as five hours to get a stake in the dream, but many were turned away as their chance of getting to the cash register by Friday’s 7:45 p.m. cutoff closed in.

Thousands of Nevadans drove to neighboring states to get in on the action, because Nevada doesn’t participate in the massive twice-weekly gamble.

According to the Associated Press, Illinois’ winning ticket was sold in the small town of Red Bud, near St. Louis. The winner used a quick pick to select the numbers, Illinois Lottery spokesman Mike Lang said. The Maryland Lottery said it sold a winning ticket at a retail store in Baltimore County. A winning ticket also was purchased in northeast Kansas, according to the Kansas Lottery website, AP said.

The winning numbers were 2-4-23-38-46, and the Mega Ball was 23.

Lottery officials had estimated that there was a 95% chance someone would win the jackpot Friday.

from:  http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/03/mega-millions-record-jackpot-drawing-california.html

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The drawing will be held in Atlanta at 11 p.m. EST.

from:  http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/30/us-lottery-megamillions-idUSBRE82T0U420120330

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[Venus and Jupiter in Taurus.  Venus/Jupiter = Ascendant.  Jupiter/Ascendant = Part of Fortune.  Vesta/Ceres = Eris.  Mars/Chiron = North Node.]

 

Friday March 30th, 2012 at 11:00 p.m. in Atlanta, Georgia

March 30th, 2012

3 + 30 +2+0+1+2 = 38 = the $640 Mega Millions lottery’s life lesson and personal year = Taking care of yourself.

Queen of Cups Tarot card

38 year + 3 (March) = 41 = the $640 Mega Millions lottery’s personal month = Things get ugly.

Ace of Cups Tarot card

41 month + 30 (30th of the month on Friday March 30th, 2012) = 71 = the $640 Mega Millions lottery’s personal day = For professionals.

Three of PentaclesTarot card

71 day + 1 = 72 = the $640 Mega Millions lottery’s personal hour = Millionaire.  Greed.  Be financially conservative.

Four of Pentacles Tarot card

41 month + 30 (30th of the month on Friday March 30th, 2012) = 71 = the $640 Mega Millions lottery’s personal day = Millionaire.  Greed.  Be financially conservative.

Four of Pentacles Tarot card

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http://predictionsyear2012.com/

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Pluto was discovered on February 18th, 1930 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pluto

February 18th, 1930

2 + 18 +1+9+3+0 = 33 = the discovery of Pluto’s life lesson = what the discovery of Pluto is here to learn = Caving in.  Backing down.

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February 18th, 1930

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February 18th, 1930

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February 18th, 1930

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