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

Motor Bebek Berubah Jadi Lori di Stasiun Banjar

first_imgDari yang didapat bahkan lori ini di buat menggunakan Honda Astrea. Tetapi tipe Honda Astrea apa tidak jelas karena memiliki desain rangka yang hampir sama. PT KAI mengatakan, di Stasiun Kereta Api Banjar, Jawa Barat sendiri memang banyak motor lama disulap menjadi lori.Sebab lori dari sepeda motor tersebut digunakan untuk membantu pekerjaan sekitaran stasiun. Mereka mengatakan bahwa jenis motor yang digunakan adalah motor bebek tua seperti seperti Suzuki Shogun, Honda Supra, Honda Astrea dan masih banyak lagi. Fungsi lori ini sendiri dibuat seperti ini salah satunya untuk membantu staf PT KAI melakukan inspeksi rel hingga membawa batu ballast atau kricak.Motor bebek ini dibentuk sedemikian rupa agar bisa berjalan di rel dan disatukan dengan bodi lori dengan cara dilas dengan track gauge 1067 mm. Memang jika dilihat, lori dari motor bebek bekas tersebut tidak mementingkan estetika atau keindahan tetapi lebih kepada fungsinya.Bahkan kaliper rem cakram yang sudah tidak digunakan menjuntai dan dibiarkan begitu saja. Tempat duduk penggendara lori pun tak ada jok sama sekali. Tanki bensin yang asli tak lagi difungsikan dan diganti dengan jerry can, atau botol plastik bekas untuk diisi bahan bakar yang digantung di sisi lori tersebut.Baca juga: Alishan Forest Railway, Kereta Gunung Tertinggi di AsiaSetang yang digunakan pun hanya bagian kanan untuk meng-gas dan tuas tambahan disebelah kiri seperti becak menggantikan tuas rem biasa. Mesinnya juga terlihat masih standar ala Honda C-series yang punya kubikasi 97,1 cc dan berdaya maksimal sekitar 6-7 dk.Mesin C-series generasi Honda Astrea memang terkenal bandel, irit, dan punya daya tahan kuat. Mungkin ini yang jadi pertimbangan pihak Stasiun Banjar untuk menggunakan mesin Honda Astrea. Lori Honda Astrea ini sendiri mampu mencapai kecepatan maksimal lebih dari 120 km per jam dengan membawa beban ratusan kilogram.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedNikmati Alam Banyuwangi dengan Lori Wisata Kalibaru15/10/2018In “Darat”Stasiun Labuan, Pernah Jadi Stasiun di Paling Ujung Barat Pulau Jawa30/01/2019In “Darat”Lori, Si Kereta Tebu Yang Kini Sudah Beralih Fungsi16/03/2017In “Featured” Lori dari motor bebek di Stasiun Banjar (GridOto) Sepeda motor biasanya digunakan di jalan raya sebagai moda transportasi perseorangan atau boncengan. Bahkan sepeda motor juga digunakan untuk menjadi salah satu sumber pencaharain seperti ojek. Nah, pernah tidak Anda melihat sebuah motor bebek berubah menjadi lori dan berjalan di atas rel kereta api?Baca juga: Lori, Si Kereta Tebu Yang Kini Sudah Beralih FungsiLori yang terbuat dari motor bebek tersebut hanya ditemukan di Stasiun Kereta Api Banjar, Jawa Barat. Awalnya ini disangka gerobak, namun ternyata sebuah motor bebek yang sudah dimodifikasi dan berubah menjadi sebuah lori. Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari gridoto.com (28/9/201), dimana lori tersebut dibuat menggunakan dari bahan bekas motor bebek.last_img read more

Benton schools sweep team titles in ALAS state tournaments

first_imgBenton schools won six championships in the Archery in Louisiana Schools State Tournament on Saturday at the Shreveport Convention Center.Benton High, Benton Middle and Benton Elementary all won their respective divisions in both the Bullseye and 3-D tournaments.Benton scored 3,367 points in the Bullseye high school division. Airline finished second with 3,274.Benton scored 3,337 points in the middle school division. Haughton Middle was second with 3,281.Benton scored 3,197 points in the elementary school division. Kingston Elementary was second with 3,184. Princeton Elementary took third with 3,146.Benton scored 1,685 points in the 3-D high school division. Tioga and Airline both scored 1,580 points, but Tioga was listed as the runner-up.Benton scored 1,663 points in the middle school division. Northwood was second with 1,581 and Haughton third with 1,567.Benton scored 1,605 points in the elementary school division. Kingston was runner-up with 1,599 and Princeton third with 1,528.Benton’s Aidan Haire won the high school boys individual Bullseye title with 295 points, one more than Buckeye’s Nathan Delill. Benton’s Riley Daniels was fourth.Benton’s Gabe Fradella, Haire and Daniels finished 2-3-4 in the high schools boys 3-D division. Caddo Magnet’s Dakota Simpson won with 291 points. Fradella had 287, Haire 286 and Daniels 283.Benton took the top three spots in the high school girls Bullseye division.Kaylee Misenheimer was first with 285 points. Abbie Rutledge and Kendall Orms both scored 284 with Rutledge taking the runner-up spot.Rutledge and Misenheimer switched positions in the 3-D high school division. Rutledge took first with 285 points and Misenheimer was second with 281.Benton’s Josh Farris won the middle school boys Bullseye championship with 290 points. Haughton Middle’s Aiden Jones was second with 287. Benton archers finished 1-5 in the 3-D division. Brian Anglin was first followed by George Chambers, Kale Gleason, Drew Martin and Farris. Anglin and Chambers were both credited with 283 points. Benton took the top five spots in the middle school girls Bullseye division.Amber Long won with 287 points. Averie Halverson was runner-up with 286. Alainah Taylor finished third, Emma Rutledge fourth and Kaitlyn Masters fifth. Cope’s Emma Gonzalez was sixth.Benton archers placed 1-4 in the 3-D division. Carly Van Buskirk won with 276. Amber Long was second with 271. They were followed by Halverson and Emma Rutledge.Benton’s Tatum Malone, Anna Robins and Mackenzie Carmean were sixth, seventh and ninth, respectively. Haughton’s Allura Williams was eighth.Benton captured two of the top three spots in the elementary school girls Bullseye division. Eden Old was first with 280 points, and Karmen Harrison was third with 274. Benton’s Anna Young, Cherish Young, Hannah McKenzie and Madeline Lowry finished sixth, eighth, ninth and 10th, respectively.Old also won the 3-D division with with 279 points. Kingston’s Ava Searcy, Cassidy Walters and Kennedy Halsell finished second, third and fourth, respectively. Harrison was fifth.Benton’s Tyler Pope won the elementary school boys 3-D division with 276 points. Case Smith of Northwood was second with 274. Kingston’s Zachary Cryer was third with 268. Pope also finished third in the Bullseye division.The National Archery in the Schools Program tournament is May 11-13 in Louisville, Ky.— Staff ReportsTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

John sprints to third win in a row

first_imgJamaul John did it again! The Team Coco’s wheelsman kicked off the month of October in fine style, winning his third consecutive race yesterday, underlining his sublime late season form.On the heels of sprinting away with the spoils of the Victor Macedo Memorial Road Race title outside the National Park two weeks ago and the feature 35-lap event of the Laparkan Holdings multi race programme last week inside the Park, John returned to the venue yesterday and picked up right where he left off.This time it was the feature 35-lap event of the Hand-In-Hand Insurance Company multi-race programme which was staged in perfect conditions for racing. John stopped the clock in a brisk one hour, 15 minutes and 48 seconds in a thrilling five-man sprint to complete back-to-back-to-back victories on the local circuit.He earned four of the six sprint prizes en route to leading breakaway mates, Paul DeNobrega and Briton John onto the podium. The prize winner’s, organizers and sponsors of yesterday’s event pose for a photo opportunity. (Orlando Charles photo)Christopher Griffith and Curtis Dey finished closely behind in fourth and fifth while Michael Anthony who missed the break, out sprinted the remnants of the 36-man peloton to round out the top six. The top five, arguably the best riders in Guyana established a lead in the fourth lap and the strong unit rode together until about 200m from the finish line, lapping most of the starters in their path.At close to 200m for the finish, Briton rose from his saddle and attacked. Jamaul and the others changed gear to counter Briton’s heroics, but only Jamaul had enough left in the tank to surge ahead of his fellow national rider.Other winners of the 15th edition of the event included: Junior Niles (Under-50), Ian Jackson (O-50), Sherwin Sampson (Juveniles), Nigel London (Mountain Bikes), Darius Ramsammy (Novices) and Lennox Jackman (BMX 6-9). Following yesterday’s fixture, representatives of the company, Shannon Yan and Shafeena Juman presented the cyclists with refreshments, hats and other prizes.Three BMX cycles and helmets were also gifted to three young riders, William Green, Aditya Deokarran and Jackman.John will be looking to continue his fine form next Sunday when the eight edition of the Kadir Mohamed Memorial Ounce of Gold road race is staged from Homestretch Avenue to Linden and back.last_img read more