Regina residents call for solutions to end gang violence in North Central

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REGINA – North Central neighbourhood residents are calling on the public to help join them in a quest to end gang violence.

Shawna Oochoo is a resident of North Central, and a mother of a teenage daughter. She said she fears for her daughter’s safety.

“I want us to be a safe community again. I want us to not feel like our children as soon as they walk out the door, or if they wear the wrong colour, or you know that they’re going to be hurt or harmed”, Oochoo explained.


It’s why she’s pushing for a broader conversation about ways to end violence in North Central.

“I think what it is, is calling for our political leaders and city representatives to recognize that there is an issue and community members want something done about it”, Oochoo said.

According to Regina Police, the area has the highest occurrences of violent crime and overall crime in the city.

In North Central, certain colours are sometimes associated with certain gangs.

In 2012, Derrick Amyotte was stabbed seven times for wearing the colour red in the neighbourhood. He later died in hospital from his injuries.

“I miss being able to go home and just tell him things”, Tara Amyotte said.

His sister Tara Amyotte is hoping further dialogue will help prevent other senseless deaths.

“We have to go back to our roots and understand what life is about, and it’s not violence”.

Oochoo and the North Central Community Association hosted a public forum on gang violence in the region. They hope it will spur discussion and create tangible solutions.

“How do we address poverty? Addictions? Mental health are kind of the key issues that need to be addressed, and having good plans and resources to back those plans up.”

“It’s all part of the solution”, North Central Community Association Executive Director Michael Parker said.

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Concordia joins 15 Quebec universities in sexual consent campaign

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MONTREAL – When walking into Concordia University, there’s a team educating students about sexual consent, what it means and why it’s non-negotiable.

“It’s quite the epidemic that is happening,” said student Christina Marie Phelps.

“Not just in North America, but all over the world, no means no.”



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    Concordia has joined 15 Quebec universities in bringing education to the next level with a new campaign “Sans Oui, C’est Non,” or “Without a Yes, it’s No.”

    The province-wide campaign will target 200,000 students and 50,000 employees, focusing on overt physical assault, sexual harassment and inappropriate sexual conduct.

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    Some students arrive on campus, living away from home for the very first time.

    They are often overwhelmed and under-informed.

    “They are coming into that context with no education about sexual communication, no education about consent,” said Jennifer Drummond with Concordia’s sexual assault resource centre.

    “Not knowing much about sexual violence or what sexual assault looks like.”

    Sue Montgomery, who started the hashtag campaign #beenrapedneverreported, said we need to be educating students at a much younger age.

    “I think it’s too late,” Montgomery said.

    “These kids have already been having sex for three, four, five years and they have already established their non-consensual habits, it’s pretty hard to change when you get to university.”

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    As for students, reaction was mixed.

    “It’s important that it’s part of our everyday language and having other people looking out for you,” said Christina Marie Phelps.

    Adam Luxemberg disagreed, saying campaigns don’t have a big impact.

    “I don’t think it will help, there have been so many campaigns,” he said.

    “Intentions are right, but I don’t think it will help per se.”

    Still, there’s hope that sexual consent campaigns will create a cultural shift within universities on how to react.

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Lawyer left black and blue after California courthouse brawl

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SANTA ANA, Calif. – An Orange County defense attorney suffered a bloodied face and fractured nose after a brawl with a district attorney’s investigator in a courthouse hallway, his lawyer said.

James Crawford was speaking with a witness in the courthouse Wednesday morning when an investigator asked him who he was and called defense lawyers sleazy, said Jerry Steering, Crawford’s attorney.


The men traded insults and the investigator threw a metal document clip at Crawford, which he threw back, Steering said. The investigator then grabbed Crawford, slammed his head into a bench and began punching him, Steering said Crawford did not strike back.

The Orange County District Attorney’s office declined comment. The county sheriff’s department is investigating the incident, which was reported Friday by the Orange County Register .

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Paul S. Meyer, an attorney for the investigator, told the newspaper that Crawford’s account was not accurate.

“There are two sides to every story and that is certainly true here,” Meyer said.

The state attorney general’s office will review the incident, which has stoked outrage among many defense attorneys.

“It is an affront to the criminal justice system and to the citizens of Orange County that this DA would allow this to happen on his watch and stay completely silent,” Jacqueline Goodman, an executive committee member of the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, said in a statement.

The fight comes amid a simmering scandal in the county over the Orange County district attorney’s use of jailhouse informants and handling of related evidence.

Crawford recently won a new trial for a suspect in the 1998 murder of a pregnant woman over the allegations.

The Justice Department is reviewing requests for a federal investigation into the county’s justice system, Dena Iverson, a spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch, told the newspaper.

The Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs, which represents district attorney’s investigators, said there were many witnesses to the courthouse fight.

“His one-sided version of events is simply not true,” said Tom Dominguez, the association’s president.

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Newly-arrived Syrian refugee family shares experiences from first two weeks in Winnipeg

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WINNIPEG —; While many refugees have made their way to Winnipeg over the last few years, one Syrian refugee family and their journey in Winnipeg has just begun.

On June 6, Shler Ali, Karwan Kahil, and their five-year-old daughter Naz arrived in Winnipeg, reuniting with Ali’s brother for the first time in 10 years. A refugee himself, her brother Nour Ali arrived just three years ago, settling down with his wife and two girls before welcoming his sister’s family.

Shler Ali and her family said they left Syria in 2012 when there were bombs going on right outside her door.

“We were lucky we survived that day,” said Ali.

Now, just two weeks into living in Winnipeg and her family said they experience new things every time they step outside of their door.



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    Being able to roam the park after 6 p.m. with her daughter, and walking the streets freely while saying hello to neighbours. Freedoms that were hard to come by during a war torn time in Syria.

    “First time we went to grocery shop I tried to buy things you’ve never seen in Syria and I asked how you cook this, how you cook this,” explained Ali.

    She said riding a bus may seem like an annoyance for some, but for her it’s a novelty that she didn’t know she would have the luxury of using.

    Both husband and wife said just two weeks in and they’re ready to dive in to the working world in Winnipeg so they can keep busy and contribute to their family and community.

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Oakbank’s Quinton Howden wishes to remain with Florida Panthers

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WINNIPEG —; With the hockey season concluded, players like Oakbank’s Quinton Howden have returned home for the summer.

The Florida Panthers forward was teaching some hockey skills at Garth Brooks’ ball hockey camp over the weekend.

Howden, 24, is coming off his first full season in the NHL after jumping between the Panthers and the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage over his first three seasons as a professional. He played a career high 58 NHL games last season and scored six goals and five assists.


“It was a good season, it really was,” said Howden. “Just to be around guys like Lu (Roberto Luongo) and Jags (Jaromir Jagr) and stuff and the things I learned from them I’ll never forget.”

But after seeing between nine and 13 minutes of ice time on most nights in the regular season, Howden found himself as a healthy scratch for all six of the Panthers playoff games.

“Obviously everyone wants to play,” Howden said. “That’s the nature of playing this game, but that’s the way it goes. We had a good team out there.”

Howden will soon become a restricted free agent when his contract expires next month. While there has been some talk he won’t be back in Florida, Howden still hopes to get a deal done to remain a Panther. He was asked if he think’s he’ll be back.

“I mean I’d love to be,” said Howden. “Like I said that’s up to the agents and the G.M.’s to discuss but how can you not love Florida, so I’d love to be back there.”

Another Howden will be grabbing all the attention this week with his little brother Brett expected to be either a late first or second round selection in this week’s NHL Draft.

“He was nervous earlier,” said Howden. “I think now that the combine’s done, I told him everything is out of your hands now so I think he’s calmed down a bit. He got his suit for the draft yesterday so I think now he’s got the jitters to go there.”

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Power restored in Saskatoon after widespread outage

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Saskatoon Light & Power (SL&P) dealt with a widespread power outage Monday. City officials said power was restored to most areas within 42 minutes.

“It all started at 2:33 p.m. CT when a large poplar tree branch fell onto one of our main very high-voltage transmission lines near Taylor Street and Preston Avenue,” SL&P director Trevor Bell said.

“The branch contact tripped out the system on one of the two major lines serving the city.  It caused power to go out at 18 of our 23 substations.  This affected the east side, north end, the northern portion of downtown and some other areas.”

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Bell said crews responded immediately and trimmed back tree branches. While they worked, SL&P restored power to much of downtown Saskatoon within 14 minutes.

“Once it was safe to do so, we started re-energizing the rest of the city,” Bell said.

“The last few customers were restored within an hour by 3:33 p.m.”

The City of Saskatoon website is back up and running.

Staff will investigate why an off-site back-up system for city hall failed to support the website during the outage.



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Trudeau condemns killing of 14 Canadian Embassy security guards

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called the bombing that killed 14 Nepalese security guards en route to the Canadian Embassy in Afghanistan  “appalling and cowardly.”

The Canadian Embassy in Kabul confirmed Monday that the guards were on their way there when the bombing happened, but said there had been no attack on its embassy premises.

“Today’s attack on security workers in Kabul is appalling and cowardly,” Trudeau tweeted. “Our thoughts are with the victims as we stand with the Afghan people.”


The Afghan Interior Ministry confirmed that all 14 killed were Nepalese citizens, describing Monday’s attack as the work of a “terrorist suicide bomber.” It said the explosion also wounded nine people, five Nepalese employees and four Afghan civilians.

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Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion also came forward Monday to condemn the attack.

“Many of the victims have been part of our embassy family for years, and they will be remembered for their service in the protection of the men and women at the Embassy of Canada to Afghanistan,” Dion said in a statement.

“Canada stands with the people of Afghanistan in their struggle against terrorism in all its forms.”

The Associated Press reported from Afghanistan that there were conflicting claims of responsibility for the attack, and that they could not immediately be reconciled.

It said Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement and that an Islamic State affiliate also claimed responsibility for the Kabul attack, identifying the suicide bomber as Erfanullah Ahmed.

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In Nepal, foreign affairs spokesman Bharat Raj Paudyal, said the Nepalese government is aware of the incident and is trying to verify the names of the victims. Nepal doesn’t have an embassy in Afghanistan, but the embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, is working to get the details, he said.

The attack was the latest to hit Kabul as the Taliban have stepped up their assaults as part of their summer offensive.

Afghanistan’s chief executive officer, Abdullah Abdullah, condemned the attack on 广州蒲友, saying:

“This attack is an act of terror and intimidation.”

Elsewhere in Afghanistan, a bomb rigged to a motorbike killed 10 civilians and wounded 40 others during morning rush hour in a busy market in a province in the northeast.  And later Monday in Kabul, a second Taliban bombing killed a civilian and wounded five people, including a provincial council member who was the intended target of that attack, authorities said.

In a statement from the presidential palace in Afghan President Asharf Ghani condemned all three attacks.

It quoted Ghani as saying that “terrorists do not hesitate to kill people even during the holy month of Ramadan” and that they are seeking to “create fear among the people.”

–With files from The Associated Press

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Taylor Wolff appears in court, charged with cold case murder of James Carlson

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His disappearance has haunted RCMP investigators for eight years. May 14, 2008 would be the last time anyone saw 43-year-old James Carlson alive and well.

It’s a cold case that was never closed and on June 17 – police made an arrest just outside of Moose Jaw, Sask.

“31-year-old Taylor Wolff from Saskatoon has been charged with one count of second-degree murder in the death of James Carlson of Watrous, Saskatchewan,” said RCMP Insp. Karen Munro.

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In 2008, James Carlson disappeared from the Watrous, Sask. area under suspicious circumstances.

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    On Monday, Wolff nodded in his brother’s direction as he entered the prisoners box at Saskatoon provincial court for his first court appearance.

    His criminal defence attorney addressed the media outside.

    “I know that they have in the past brought him in to ask him questions to do some of their investigation but I’m not sure why there’s been such an affliction of time before they finally charged him,” said Chris Lavier, Wolff’s lawyer.

    During Wolff’s brief court appearance, he was ordered by the judge to not make any contact with at least 20 people while in custody.

    “We’re not aware of these people, I reviewed that list with Mr. Wolff and he is prepared to abide by that no-contact,” Lavier said.

    On that list provided by the Crown are the names of 20 potential witnesses or co-accused, although Lavier admitted it’s a bit unusual for possible co-accused to not be in custody as well.

    “It’s a little unique I think but certainly the Crown does indicate that they need more information and they’re continuing their investigation.”

    On Friday, RCMP confirmed that Wolff and Carlson knew each other and therefore it wasn’t a random crime. When asked what the connection was, Wolff’s lawyer said he wasn’t sure how well the two knew each other.

    “I believe they’re from the same community, that’s the extent at this point.”

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    To date, Carlson’s remains have not been found despite extensive searches by the RCMP around the Watrous, Imperial and Holdfast areas. Farm land, rock piles, bush areas and bodies of water and wells have also been examined by police.

    Two vehicles owned by Carlson were recovered over the span of two years and an investigation of his home led RCMP to believe he was murdered.

    “Investigations, each are individual and the time it takes find the evidence to support the charges are what’s important and in this case it took eight years,” said Munro.

    Wolff has now been remanded and will make his second court appearance on July 22.

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Laurent Duvernay-Tardif comes home for studies, student field day

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MONTREAL —; Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is a Kansas City Chief in the fall and a medical student at McGill University in the summer. On Monday morning, he found himself on McGill’s football field – literally having a field day.

“I was looking for a way to promote what I like: football and education.”

Duvernay-Tardif came up with the idea to have a field day for about 150 area students from a variety of schools, using prominent athletes as role models in an effort to promote exercise.

One of the athletes at the event was Maxim Tissot, left back for the Montreal Impact.

“Physical activity is very important for kids,” he said, adding “whether they have it enough in school is another debate.”

The roughly 150 kids who participated in the event – which included Parkour, soccer, football and ball hockey – have their last days of school this week.

For Duvernay-Tardif, it’s back to school for the summer.

“Sports is like the school of life,” he said. “You learn how to interact with people.”

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, of the McGill University Redmen, receives the J.P. Metras Trophy as the Outstanding Down Lineman during Vanier Cup celebrations Thursday, November 21, 2013 in Quebec City.

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2nd grizzly bear captured near Calgary after another trapped in Cochrane

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Some Cochrane residents said they feel like prisoners in their own homes after two grizzly bears roamed through their neighbourhood over the weekend. A Fish and Wildlife official said one bear had been tranquilized Monday afternoon, but couldn’t confirm if it was the same one seen on the weekend.

Dana Hill lives in the area, and said she doesn’t feel comfortable letting her kids outside, despite the two traps she’s put up.



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    “It’s been very unnerving—really scary,” she said. “You kind of feel like you are a criminal in your own house because you can’t go outside with the little kids. It is very frustrating.”

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    She watched the bears on Friday and Saturday as they jumped on her hot tub, ripped apart the compost, chewed up a bike seat and tore open the screen of her chicken coop. The chickens got off lucky compared to two that were devoured at her neighbours’ place on Saturday.

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    “I feel that it’s now had food sources from all over our neighbourhoods and now it’s just a matter of time before he gets hungry and wants to come back and doesn’t need the food that’s in the traps,” Hill said.

    One bear was trapped on Hill’s property on Friday and now she and her neighbours are left wondering why officials didn’t take the other bear when residents said it was in full view.

    “It would’ve been nice if they could have—once they caught the first bear, if they tranquilized the second bear, put him in a trap and then moved him west,” said Elaine Wood, who lives next to a property with bear traps. “Seems to me that would’ve been the best solution.”

    But Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Brendan Cox said officers couldn’t get close enough to safely tranquilize the bear at that time.

    “Circumstances were such that any attempts to immobilize the bear may have agitated it, which could have resulted in a greater public safety risk,” Cox wrote in an email to Global News Monday.

    Wood said she’s frustrated about the lack of updates provided to the neighbourhood.

    “I have had zero information except by email from my neighbours,” Wood said. “That’s kind of frustrating because we are living here with the bears at the moment. And it would be nice to know what is happening.”

    Hill is now carrying bear spray, per the advice of Fish and Wildlife officials. A snare trap has been set up on the property where the bear ate the chickens.

    Cox said a bear was tranquilized Monday at 2 p.m. west of Tuscany in the Blueridge Rise area. Cox called it a “sub-adult male” weighing about 225 pounds.

    “Officers are working to determine whether this male bear is the same one that was previously seen with the female in the Cochrane area,” Cox wrote in an email to Global News.

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Toronto couple turns to social media in hopes of adopting baby

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Nick Carkner and Chris Ide want a baby to complete their family. Married two years, they knew from the day they met they wanted to be parents.

“I think it was one of the first questions we asked,” remembered Carkner with a smile.

“We love our families to death,” added Ide. “And I can’t imagine not having kids, to be quite honest.”


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The couple wants to share the kind of childhoods they had with kids of their own.

“We all had matching, little overalls, me and my brothers and we wore them every single day,” said Carkner, while bursting out in laughter as he browsed through old photo albums from the 80’s.

Having gone through the exhaustive interview process for adoption in Ontario they have been approved. However, they decided to pursue private adoption.

Instead of being on a provincial wait list, they hope a mom will pick them to adopt her child.

So the pair are pitching themselves as prospective parents, with a video on 苏州美甲纹绣培训.

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The video has already had close to 50,000 shares and the couple is hoping every share will spread the word and increase their chances.

They joked that finding a baby this way is like online dating.

“We met online. We met our dogs online, so only fitting that we meet our future children online I suppose,” said Ide.

Both were excited to share why the other is great father material.

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“I love kids and every time I see Chris with kids, he’s totally natural,” said Carkner.

“NIck is the most selfless person I’ve ever met. I think he would just make the best dad in the entire world,” added Ide.

As for gender, the couple said it really doesn’t matter.

“We don’t care. We are honestly happy with either a boy or a girl,” said Carkner.

They said right now the hardest part is waiting to hear from a parent who’d consider letting them adopt their child.

There have been no leads yet, but they said the support they have received is overwhelming and they ended their video with love, both speaking at once.

“Thanks for your time, we love you lots and adios.”

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UK man tried to take officer’s gun to kill Donald Trump, police say

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LAS VEGAS – A British man arrested at a weekend Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas tried to grab a police officer’s gun so he could kill the presidential candidate after planning an assassination for about a year, according to authorities.

U.S. Secret Service agents said Michael Steven Sandford approached a Las Vegas police officer at the campaign stop to say he wanted Trump’s autograph, but that he then tried to take the weapon.


A complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Nevada charges Sandford, 20, with an act of violence on restricted grounds. He was denied bail during a court appearance later in the day. His court-appointed attorney said he was living out of his car and in the country illegally after overstaying a visa.

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Sandford has not entered a plea.

The arrest happened relatively quietly at a campaign stop seen as peaceful compared to the mayhem at the presumptive Republican nominee’s recent events in San Jose, California, and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Gregg Donovan was among about 1,500 gathered Saturday to see Trump at the Treasure Island casino on the Las Vegas Strip. For the event, he donned the top hat and red jacket that made him recognizable in his former job as swanky Beverly Hills’ official greeter for more than a decade.

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Donovan said he didn’t know about the charge against Sandford until he saw news reports. But he recognized him because the two had stood in line together for nine hours waiting to get into the Trump event. Sandford even held Donovan’s spot in line for a bathroom break.

“I was No. 5, and he was No. 4,” Donovan said.

They spoke, Donovan said, though Sandford didn’t say much and seemed “strange.” Donovan didn’t elaborate on what made Sandford seem odd.

After waiting, they passed through metal detectors manned by Secret Service, police and casino security officials.

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Federal Magistrate Judge George Foley said in court Monday that Sandford was a potential danger to the community and a flight risk. Sandford wore leg irons and appeared to tremble during the hearing.

Heather Fraley, his assigned public defender, said Sandford appeared to be competent. She said he hadn’t been diagnosed with a mental illness but that he has autism and previously attempted suicide. He doesn’t have a job.

Sandford’s mother told court researchers that he was treated for obsessive compulsive disorder and anorexia when he was younger, and that he once ran away from a hospital in England, according to the public defender.

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Fraley argued that Sandford should go to a halfway house because he didn’t have a criminal history, but the judge said he should stay in detention ahead of a July 5 court date.

Agents said Sandford told them he had been in the U.S. for about a year and a half, lived in Hoboken, New Jersey, and drove to the San Bernardino, California, area before coming to Las Vegas on June 16.

Sandford told officers he was convinced he would die in the assassination attempt. He said he also reserved a ticket for a Trump rally in Phoenix, scheduled for later Saturday, as a backup plan.

The criminal complaint said Sandford was arrested after grabbing the handle of an officer’s gun while trying to remove it from a holster.

Sandford told authorities that he went to the Battlefield Vegas shooting range the day before the rally and fired 20 rounds from a 9mm Glock pistol to learn how to use it. Police detectives who visited the range spoke with an employee who confirmed that he provided Sandford shooting lessons, according to the complaint signed by Secret Service Special Agent Joseph Hall.

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Green screen a hit with visitors at the Global News Fit Expo

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WINNIPEG —; The Global News Fit Expo had lots to see as visitors dropped by to pick up their race kits.

The expo included lots of fun activities for runners, including main stage entertainment and speakers as well as 97.5 Big FM’s big games including giant size Jenga.

Did you stop by the Global News Green Screen and have your photo snapped? Scroll through below and find yourself.

Friday June 17, 2016

Global News Fit Expo green screen at the Manitoba Marathon.

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