J’can sentenced in US for giving fatal penis enlargement injection

first_img 853 Views   no discussions NewsRegional J’can sentenced in US for giving fatal penis enlargement injection by: Associated Press – November 10, 2015 Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img Tweet Share Kasia Rivera (Photo: Dailymail.com)NEWARK, New Jersey (AP) — A Jamaican woman who caused a man’s death by injecting silicone into his penis has been sentenced to five years in state prison.Kasia Rivera, who resides in East Orange, New Jersey, could also be deported to her native Jamaica under the sentence imposed Monday.The 38-year-old woman had pleaded guilty in September to reckless manslaughter, shortly before her trial was to start. She admitted delivering the silicone injection that killed Justin Street in 2011.Authorities say the 22-year-old East Orange man went to Rivera’s home so she could inject his penis with silicone, which he hoped would enlarge it. But the silicone she used wasn’t the kind used for medical procedures, and it caused an embolism which killed him.Rivera acknowledged that she wasn’t a trained doctor or licensed to administer the injection.last_img read more

A. Diasnes jins overall taekwondo champs in City Palaro

first_imgGold medal winners in cadet female advance were Chloe Jade Tachado and Gregmay Peñalosa, silver medalists were Sean Paul Paracha and Elisha Venice Aguilar, while bronze winners were Jana Ledesma, Jm Torreflores, Kharla Saberon, and Kyte Descutido.In cadet male advance, Denzil Palonpon and Julian Miguel Tingson won gold medals, Joshua Tecson and John Patrick Palonpon took silver, while Joshua Emmanuel Chua was the lone bronze winner.In junior female advance, gold winners were Kirstine Osorio, Regiona Abello and Mervone Nicor. Nicole Abadonio, Shaianne Hojilla, Kristine Demaisip, Nyla Nica Forro, and Kim Clarival bagged silver while Bridgette Belarmente, Estrelarynne Sotomil, Sanra Lizardo, and Angela Malones had bronze.In senior women advance, gold medalists were Scarlette Valencia, Christina Villasis, Cara Vidallon, and Remie Ann Ayalin. Silver medal winners include Sean Doce, Therese Octaviano, Sharmae Sarduna, and Cyril Aguire, while bronzes went to Ashley Delos Reyes, Marife Talamos, Shaila Ashley Alarcon, Roemay Christy Loot, Saina Camille Sarduna, and Jiesel Gabales.In senior men advance, gold winners were John Sendino, Adriano Horlador III, Clarence Gancero, and Rodfel Soria. Silver medalists were Jieben Lark Recabar, Joshia Paul Baad, Karl John Golez, and Rommer Sumande while bronze winners were Jean Albert Tunguia, Vicente Diono, Justin Flores, Mark Francis Salvalosa, and Kent Lance Macadagdag.The stable of Mark V. Pinggol also stamped class with Andrei Pido, Andria Margaret Palabrica, Christian Pudadera, Neljane Belgira, Akimeh Demavivas, Crisgel Castro, and Scarlett Valencia winning gold and Josh Karl Macahilig taking home silver./PN The taekwondo jins from the A. Diasnes Gym. PHOTO COURTESY OF FLORA NAVALES TAEKWONDO jins from the stable of the A. Diasnes Gym claimed the overall title in the Palarong Panlungsod 2018 in Mandurriao, Iloilo City.Among their gold medal winners in elementary advanced category were Anton John Palmes, Crisgel Castro, Kyle Chin, Justine James Diasnes, Jake Christian Mamigo, Angel Cerbas, and Mary Noelle Alim.Capturing silver medals were Shurik Habarabas, Felix Paredes, Josh Makahilig, Tristnan Abello, and James Salvador while their bronze medalists were Lansi Brotarlo, Mark Marmar, Kean Bornazal, Seth Porquez, and Josh Aniban.Taekwondo was one of the 11 events featured in the Palarong Panlungsod. It was held at SM City Iloilo on Aug. 4, a day ahead of the official launch of the games.last_img read more

Report: Iman Shumpert Requests Trade From Cavaliers

first_img Related TopicsIman Shumpert Don’t be surprised to see Shumpert traded before the start of the season. With J.R. Smith, Kyle Korver, Derrick Rose,  Kay Felder and Jose Calderon all taking up a spot in the current guard collection in Cleveland, Shumpert finds himself as the odd man out following his spotty perfomance during the 2016-17 season. The 2017-18 Cleveland Cavaliers are going to have by far one of the newest looks that the team has had in quite some time. For the first time in seven seasons, Kyrie Irving will not be donning the Wine and Gold. Instead, Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder will be the newest additions to the Cavs following the trade that sent Irving to the Boston Celtics. Now another member of the team is requesting a change of scenery.That player would be guard Iman Shumpert. Shumpert ireportedly asked for a trade after the season came to a close and the team has been trying to move the former New York Knick,. Dave McMenamin of ESPN said this regarding the Shumpert trade situation via NBC Sports.“Lost in the attention surrounding Irving’s trade request is that Iman Shumpert also requested a trade after the season, multiple sources told ESPN. Cleveland was in talks to trade Shumpert and his $10.3 million contract to Minnesota or Houston, but both deals fell apart. Logic would tell you that the Cavs will remain motivated to find a team to take Shumpert.”The Vertical’s Shams Charania had a different insight on the situation, though ultimately still confirming the Cavs will look to ship Shumpert elsewhere. Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Eli Mooneyhamlast_img read more

Hansen’s failure stuns Kitajima

first_imgOMAHA, Neb. – Double Olympic champion Kosuke Kitajima was barely able to conceal his surprise after American rival Brendan Hansen failed to book a spot in the men’s 200-meter breaststroke race at next month’s Beijing Games. Hansen placed fourth on Thursday in the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials.“I had a feeling that he might not win but never thought he would fail to make the team (for the 200 in Beijing),” Kitajima said Thursday in a statement issued by his management. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img Speaking from Flagstaff, Ariz., where he is taking part in a high-altitude training camp, Kitajima added: “It shouldn’t have been so difficult for a swimmer of his (Hansen’s) caliber to make the Olympic team.”“From what I have seen on television his swimming has not been that great and his timing has not been good.”The reason? “He didn’t swim in his usual powerful style,” Kitajima told reporters.Looking ahead to Beijing, Kitajima said, “The real thing starts in a month and I am just doing everything that I should be doing.” last_img read more