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2023.02.11 05:14 Coy9ine The story behind how cameras got in the Murdaugh trial courtroom [Op-Ed - The State]

The story behind how cameras got in the Murdaugh trial courtroom [Op-Ed - The State]

The story behind how cameras got in the Murdaugh trial courtroom

Alex Murdaugh speaks with his attorney during his double murder trial at the Colleton County Courthouse in Walterboro, S.C., Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2023. The 54-year-old attorney is standing trial on two counts of murder in the shootings of his wife and son at their Colleton County home and hunting lodge on June 7, 2021. (Sam Wolfe/The State, Pool)
When the Lowcountry’s trial of the century began, one national headline blared: “Lights, camera, trial: All eyes on Alex Murdaugh as a small South Carolina city prepares for ‘circus.’ ”
And even as it has morphed into the War and Peace of murder trials with no end in sight after three weeks, it still keeps the eyes of the nation fixated on the double-murder spectacle in Walterboro.
But without Court TV’s lights and cameras, the public might not have heard testimony that defendant Alex Murdaugh’s true gift is “the art of bullshit” or that he was considered a threat to tamper with a jury in a civil case against him.
Or that witness after witness would confirm he lied in his alibi by saying they were 100 percent certain his voice in a video places him at the dog kennels at the family spread near Hampton minutes before his son and wife were shot to death on June 7, 2021.
We certainly could not have felt the turmoil surging within a caregiver who testified Alex Murdaugh told her he was at his mother’s house on the night of the murders for 40 minutes when in truth he was there 20 minutes. Or that he dangled before her payment for her planned wedding, and let her know he was in good with her boss at her day job.
But we can’t take this for granted.
It was hard for the public to gain ready access to public testimony in the public courtrooms of South Carolina. The state that seems to be run by lawyers and for lawyers held out until it was one of only three states in the union that still banned cameras and recorders in courtrooms.
That changed in 1993, after a long fight. The state Supreme Court enacted new rules allowing cameras in courts under strict guidelines if the presiding judge approved.
Circuit Court Judge Clifton Newman allowed it in this case, just as he earlier denied a requested gag order leading up to the trial, saying, “The public is entitled to know how justice is being administered.”
The long slog to that entitlement centered on a former Associated Press bureau chief named John Shurr and a former Chief Justice David W. Harwell.
And in one retelling of the saga, it also involved a murder in a fried chicken restaurant.


John Shurr was a western band Cherokee born in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
He left an imprint on South Carolina as AP bureau chief in Columbia from 1984 to 2007.
What he saw while serving on river patrol boats in Vietnam in 1967 and 1969 pulled him into journalism.
The rules of engagement were dictated by politicians thousands of miles away, and their decisions were killing his friends.
“He said he wanted to expose stupidity,” said Jay Bender, his longtime friend and ally in fighting for the public’s right to know in South Carolina.
Bender, who is in Walterboro as the volunteer liaison between the court and the media in the Murdaugh trial, is a retired University of South Carolina professor and media lawyer who represents the S.C. Press Association and its newspapers.
Shurr, Pete Poore, then of S.C. ETV, and the state broadcasters association took the first swings at getting cameras in the courts in the late 1980s. Bender said their efforts fell on deaf ears of one or two chief justices.
Bender said he introduced Shurr to Alex Sanders, then chief judge of the S.C. Court of Appeals, who was strong on First Amendment rights and knew all the state Supreme Court justices.
Sanders introduced Shurr to David Harwell of Florence, who became chief justice in 1992, and they had lunch a couple of times. Harwell was willing to listen.
Soon they tested cameras in a mock trial, then in a real trial with a hand-picked case and a hand-picked judge.
Dick Harpootlian, Murdaugh’s lead attorney, was the prosecutor in that case as 5th Circuit Solicitor.
“It was a murder trial,” Shurr recalled in an oral-history video done by the S.C. Press Association. “Harpootlian knew a slam-dunk case when he saw one, so he picked a murder case against a fellow who killed another patron in a fried chicken restaurant with about a dozen witnesses.”
The trial run went swimmingly for everybody but the defendant, and cameras were soon the norm in South Carolina courtrooms.


Cameras were booted from the courtroom in their first trial of the century in the suffocating heat of July 1995 in Union County.
Susan Smith was being held accountable for driving her two young sons into a lake and drowning them.
Bender recalls going into a pre-trial hearing to see CNN setting up boom microphones that “looked like a possum on a stick.” That killed the hard-fought notion that cameras could be unobtrusive in court. The defense objected and the judge agreed.
Bender says Court TV has worked flawlessly in Walterboro, as have still photographers from The State in Columbia and the Post and Courier in Charleston.
Judge Newman, his calm demeanor defying his personal tragedy in the unexpected death last month of his 40-year-old son, has seen public access to a big trial work before. He presided in the 2016 state case against North Charleston police officer Michael Slager who shot and killed a Black man running from him.
When former Chief Justice Harwell died in 2015, he was credited with working to get mediation into South Carolina as a means of dispute resolution, for approving the use of genetic testing in criminal cases and recognizing battered women’s syndrome as a defense in court.
But his obituary said, “He was most proud of his work to allow cameras in South Carolina courtrooms because he believed it to be a deterrent to crime.”
John Shurr died the same year. He spent his last years in Beaufort.
“I know of no journalist who has done more in the cause of open government in South Carolina than John,” Bill Rogers, then executive director of the S.C. Press Association, said at the time.
“It was John Shurr’s almost single-handed effort that brought about cameras in South Carolina courts.”
Yes, lights, camera, trial.
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2022.11.27 02:39 GRB_Electric Newspaper Obit Request

Would someone be able to send me a screen shot of the obituary of my great grandfather:
Grant Graves 1908-1966.
It’s in the July 4, 1966 edition of the Courier-Journal in Louisville, KY.
I greatly appreciate it!
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2022.09.04 17:53 GRB_Electric Newspaper Obit Request

Can someone help my locate the obituary for Lillian Bishop Graves (1908-1991). It’s in the Sept. 14, 1991 edition of the Courier Journal, Louisville, KY.
Thanks ahead of time!
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2022.03.03 21:31 RufusAndGenghisKhan Early local media coverage in old-fashioned newspaper form

Early local media coverage in old-fashioned newspaper form
Like most of us, I've only read coverage from online sources therefore I was curious to see how the print version of the major local newspaper looked in the first few days of this case. Maybe I'm just an old (or maybe I want to feel like a detective scrolling through a microfilm reel) but in terms of crime research, there's something about paper editions that can't be replicated by websites. The ads, the other news stories of the day, the permanance of a print edition all add up to a snapshot in time that can't be edited, redacted, or re-contextualized.
Anyway, I'm attaching the front pages (and pages that include the continuation of the front page articles) for February 15 - 17, 2017 as they appeared in the print editions of the Layfayette Journal & Courier. I've also included Page D7 from Feb 17 which included the obituaries of Libby and Abby. (Please note that there was no news in the paper edition on February 14 regarding the initial disappearance of the girls.) I don't believe there's anything revelatory in these pages (though I haven't gone over the pages with a fine-tooth comb yet) but I do find it very interesting to see this case covered in newspaper form and thought that others might feel the same.

February 15, 2017 - Front Page

February 15, 2017 - Page 4A

February 16, 2017 - Front Page

February 16, 2017 - Page 6A

February 16, 2017 - Page 8A

February 17, 2017 - Front Page

February 17, 2017 - Page 2A

February 17, 2017 - Page D7
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2022.02.15 12:12 kittehgoesmeow What A Day: Tru' Grit by Sarah Lazarus & Crooked Media (02/14/22)

"The NFL is now the league of sexual anarchy." - Charlie Kirk, world's oldest 28-year-old

A Bridge Too Far

It took over two weeks, but Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau finally reached the end of his rope with the antivax truckers who have occupied Ottawa and inspired copycat convoys around the world. At this rate, we might even see him drop a Canadian f-bomb (“fudge”).
Trudeau’s decision to go Emergency Mode came shortly after an ominous wrinkle in the largely peaceful (if illegal and nightmarish) protests.
Between liberal leaders’ fear of riling up right-wing extremists by enforcing laws and cops’ reluctance or inability to police fellow cops, Canada’s blockades have dragged on for weeks and attracted violent elements. With more disruptive U.S. convoys potentially in the works, leaders here may want to take notes.

Look No Further Than The Crooked Media

In the latest episode of Offline, Hank Green joins Jon Favreau to talk about how he attempts to inspire curiosity online, the communities he’s built, and how the internet has changed since he posted his first video on YouTube in 2007. Watch the interview now on YouTube and don’t miss new episodes of Offline every Sunday in the Pod Save America feed. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

What In The World?

The Kremlin suggested on Monday that it’s prepared to continue diplomatic talks, amid reports that Russia might launch an invasion of Ukraine as soon as Wednesday. In a televised meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin across the longest table of the standoff so far, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov argued that talks “can’t go on indefinitely, but I would suggest to continue and expand them at this stage.” President Biden spoke with Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in separate phone calls over the weekend, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has embarked on a trip to Kyiv and Moscow. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Monday that the U.S. will close its embassy in Kyiv and temporarily relocate all remaining personnel to the western city of Lviv, due to “the dramatic acceleration in the buildup of Russian forces” on the border.

What Else?

The accounting firm Mazars has fired the Trump Organization as a client and said that a decade’s-worth of Trump’s financial statements “should no longer be relied upon.”
A gunman on Monday walked into the office of Craig Greenberg, a Democratic mayoral candidate in Louisville, KY, and started shooting. No one was hurt. Police said they haven’t yet determined the shooter’s motive, but noted that Greenberg is Jewish.
Rudy Giuliani is in talks to cooperate with the January 6 committee. Coup Memo author John Eastman has turned over more than 8,409 pages of emails to the panel, but is trying to hide another 11,000 on the basis of attorney-client privilege.
Washington, DC, will drop its proof-of-vaccination requirement to enter indoor businesses this week, and lift its mask mandate next month. Walmart, the country’s largest employer, has dropped its mask mandate for most vaccinated workers.
U.S. District Court Judge Jed Rakoff has tossed out Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against the New York Times, ruling that she failed to provide enough evidence.
Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) said he plans to be back on the Senate floor in “just a few short weeks” as he recovers from a recent stroke.
Peter Thiel has given more than $20.4 million to elect federal MAGA candidates this year, in service of his long-term goal of dismantling democracy.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) suggested that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) should rethink her opposition to tax increases for corporations and the disgustingly wealthy, which forced Democrats to leave them out of the Build Back Better Act.
West Virginia’s Grant Town power plant has failed to pay rent for the last 10 years, while somehow continuing to pay Manchin’s family business millions of dollars for waste coal.
Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva has been cleared to keep competing in the Olympics in spite of testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug, since she’s under 16, but won’t receive any medals until her doping case is resolved. Sha'Carri Richardson has called bullshit.
Dr. Deborah Birx’s memoir, Whoopsy-Daisy: May I Have My Reputation Back Now, will hit the shelves in April.
Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman died Saturday at age 75.

Be Smarter

Texas abortion clinics have struggled to keep up with the surge of patients trying to get care earlier in their pregnancies, even as overall abortion numbers in the state have plummeted. Abortions in Texas dropped by 60 percent in the first month after the unconstitutional, vigilante-enforced anti-abortion law took effect. But as providers prepared for a fall in patient traffic by not hiring replacements for doctors and staff who left when S.B. 8 passed, more Texans learned about the law and started calling for appointments much earlier on, maxing out clinic capacities. Patients started waiting up to two weeks for an appointment, a long enough delay to push many women past the six-week deadline to get an abortion. As Republicans introduce copycat abortion bills around the country and continue to claim that six weeks is plenty of time for people to access the care they need, they’re doing so in the face of real-world evidence to the contrary.

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Light At The End Of The Email

The FDA has authorized a new Eli Lilly monoclonal antibody treatment that was found to be effective against Omicron.
Detroit will be the site of the country’s first stretch of road that can wirelessly charge electric vehicles as they cruise along.
Erin Jackson has become the first Black woman to win an Olympic medal in speed skating. (A gold one, no less.)
University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, who is trans, will likely be eligible to compete in the NCAA championships next month.


Mike Townsend on Twitter: "What's with those tiny handles on the side of maple syrup bottles. Too small for human hands. So what are they for? Something horrifying I expect. Much to think about anyway."
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2021.11.12 00:29 ZappaOMatic [OC] During World War II, the NFL played exhibition games against military teams, usually for fundraising. NFL teams won all but one.

Since today is Veterans Day, why not combine military history with NFL history?
As the United States entered World War II, life was flipped upside-down in virtually every aspect. However, efforts were made to maintain a semblance of normalcy, especially in the sports world as leagues like the NFL played their seasons to the best of their ability. Still, as players came and went into the military, the NFL decided to help out the best way they could: playing football.
From 1942 to 1945, various NFL teams decided to hold exhibition games not just against other clubs, but also against service teams on their bases or nearby fields. With so much football talent being sapped away by the armed forces, it only made sense for the new servicemen to spend their free time by playing a sport that they were savvy in.
As everyone knows, in today's preseason format, teams play three games. The opponents don't really follow a set structure like the regular season, but some teams have agreements to play each other every year like the Bears and Titans.
Back then, however, teams could basically play exhibition games against whoever they wanted, even those outside of the NFL. It was not uncommon for NFL clubs to prepare for the regular season by taking on amateur, semi-pro, and college all-star teams, and many of these meetings often took place at neutral sites or where these opponents typically held their home games. The NFL was not the giant that it is today, but having a fully professional football team visit your hometown was always a neat sight. Heck, they didn't have to be preseason games as some took place in the middle of the year.
When the U.S. entered the war, many college and pro football players were drafted into the services, leaving schools/franchises drained in the talent department and bases supplied. To keep personnel sharp even when they weren't seeing combat, the installations began forming football programs, and many would enjoy success in the college football realm with schools like the Navy's Iowa Pre-Flight ending the 1943 season ranked #2 in the AP Poll.
Likewise, NFL teams decided to refocus their exhibition scope and began scheduling games against camps from every branch of the armed services. NFL vs. military was not a new concept (the Eagles' second-ever preseason game in 1933 was against local members of the Marine Corps, for example), but it was a sensible choice: both sides would get their men into shape and it made for good PR for the league. The latter was especially the case as proceeds from ticket sales went into war relief funds.


The 1942 season (the first in wartime America) also saw college coaching greats Robert Neyland and Wallace Wade lead Army all-star teams against NFL teams to support the Army Emergency Relief Fund. Those teams and games were already covered in another post and will thus not be discussed here.

Chicago Bears 32, Camp Grant 6

On August 22, Camp Grant in Rockford, Illinois welcomed the defending champion Bears. Lieutenant Glen Rose, head coach of the Army team, was previously an assistant at the University of Arkansas and brought with him an offense reliant on the single wing and short punt formations. The Warriors, as the team was called, featured the likes of former USC QB and 1939 Rose Bowl winner Mickey Anderson, Rockford native Stan Stasica, and ex-Bear Reino Nori.[1]
While the Warriors were eager to show their stuff against the obvious favorite, the Bears were unsurprisingly intent on revealing as little of their playbook as possible to save for the new season. Still, George Halas did not take Grant lightly with rigorous two-hour scrimmages leading up to game day.[2] Every Chicago starter and player took part in the game with the exception of running backs Bill Osmanski and Hugh Gallarneau due to injury.[3]
The Bell Bowl, located on base and charging $2 with tax for reserved seating, was packed with soldiers to watch their comrades take on the juggernaut that would finish the upcoming regular season with an undefeated record. And to little shock, the Bears' T formation thrilled the nation once again.
Sid Luckman carved up the Grant defense with a 20-yard touchdown pass to John Siegal, which was followed by Young Bussey's 22-yard strike to Ray McLean and Charley O'Rourke completing an option pitch to Ray Nolting. By the fourth quarter, the Bears were up 32–0. However, Stasica was able to prevent the shutout by engineering a drive that ended with a four-yard TD run by James Cary.[3]
McLean, Nolting, Bill Geyer, and Arnold Winters suffered minor injuries in the game but were good to go for the Bears' next preseason game against the College All-Stars.[4] Winters perhaps stood out as he was only 19 at the time, having been signed by the Bears two years after graduating high school to become one of the league's youngest players. After a brief stint in Green Bay, he enlisted in the Army Air Forces and became a star boxer at Brooks Field.[5]

Pittsburgh Steelers 28, Fort Knox 0

Fast forward a few months into the regular season. On November 15, the Steelers welcomed the Armoraiders of Fort Knox, an Army base in Kentucky that is best known for its tightly secured gold reserve. While the vault is heavily defended, the same could not be said about the Armoraiders' end zone; entering the Steelers game, Fort Knox was 1–5 which included getting pummeled 59–0 by eventual national champion Ohio State in their inaugural game. Still, they lost by just six points to Iowa Pre-Flight a week prior, which gave the team a morale booster as Pittsburgh loomed. On the other hand, the Steelers were coming off a 35–7 win over the Lions to improve to 5–3, their best record since going 6–3 in 1936 (before that season ended with them losing out).[6]
The game was held at Pitt Stadium rather than the Steelers' traditional home Forbes Field. Fort Knox was led by future Steelers HC Joe Bach and Sergeant Frank J. Lopp, the latter of whom served as captain and starting tackle; also on the team was Corporal John Moody, a black fullback and college star who went on to dominate the Spaghetti Bowl in Italy (a game that I covered here).[7]
"All the gang in my outfit will be rooting for you and the boys in their game with the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday," read a telegram from Fort Knox's Sgt. Mike Raffa. "Hit 'em hard and often and I'll do the same to Lou Constantino (a featherweight boxer whom Raffa fought)."[6]
23,491 watched as the Steelers ran all over the Armoraiders, scoring twice in the first quarter on a pair of Curt Sandig TD runs. Vernon Martin added another TD via quarterback sneak in the third, followed by Dick Riffle tossing a score to Ralph Wenzel. Final score: Steelers 28, Armoraiders 0. While they fumbled six times compared to their opponents' four, Pittsburgh outgained Fort Knox in virtually every category from first downs gained (18 to 6) to offensive yardage (376 to 125).[8]
$28,000 of the $30,000 (approximately $509,059 in 2021) in the game's generated revenue went into bankrolling the construction of a USO Variety Club Canteen at Pennsylvania Station. The $2,000 paid off the Armoraiders' travel expenses.[8]
"As Post Commander of Fort Knox, I am happy to endorse the Pittsburgh USO-Variety Club Canteen building fund and I am delighted that the Fort Knox Armoraiders have been selected to play the Steelers for that cause," Col. N. Butler Briscoe said in a telegram to the Steelers days before the game. "Our soldiers are delighted to play for the benefit of their comrades in the service and I can assure you that the game will be worthwhile."[9]
Funding issues resulted in the building's opening date being pushed back numerous times before finally happening in May 1943.[10][11][12]


New York Giants 19, Sampson Naval Training Station 0

The Giants, who finished 5–5–1 the previous year, played two service games in the 1943 preseason beginning with the Sampson Naval Training Station (later Sampson Air Force Base) ​in Sampson, New York on September 8. Led by Lt. Commander Mal Stevens, the former head coach at Yale and NYU, Sampson had played the University of Rochester to a scoreless tie four days prior.[13]
Meanwhile, the Giants lost their preseason opener to the Bears 43–28 the day after the Sampson/Rochester game in Buffalo. With another exhibition against the Lions in Akron scheduled for the upcoming weekend, Sampson served as a midweek tune-up game.[14]
With rookie Bill Paschal doing much of the work, the Giants drove 76 yards in seven plays to score on their opening drive on a one-yard Paschal TD run. Paschal added an 18-yard TD on the ensuing possession that lasted 60 yards. Sampson attempted to respond, but Victor Schleigh's 30-yard field goal was blocked. After scoreless second and third quarters, Emery Nix threw a screen pass to O'Neale Adams, who raced 16 yards for another TD.[14][15]
Kicker Ward Cuff made the extra point after the first TD but missed the other two, resulting in a final score of 19–0.[14][15] While a funny-looking score that is likely associated with the weirdness of old-timey football (and probably a trigger for Patriots fans), it has happened eight times in the modern era and most recently in 2013. The Giants notched 128 rushing and 111 passing yards to Sampson's 110 and 40, respectively.[15]
As an aside, the Giants beat the Lions 21–14 in the next game so the Sampson warmup seemed to work out quite nicely.

Brooklyn Dodgers 28, Camp Lee 6

Camp Lee, an Army base located in Virginia with a name that is currently under scrutiny by the Commission on the Naming of Items of the Department of Defense that Commemorate the Confederate States of America or Any Person Who Served Voluntarily with the Confederate States of America, hoped to schedule a preseason game against the defending champion Redskins or Giants, though both teams declined as their exhibition schedules were already filled out. As a result, the base turned to the next best option: the Brooklyn Dodgers.[16] Sure, they were one of the worst teams in the league last year, but they were willing to play so why not?
The Dodgers, guided by new head coach Pete Cawthon, reported to Camp Lee directly from their training camp base in Bear Mountain. Although Brooklyn was the favorite, Lee had a few aces up their sleeve such as Lt. Marshall Spivey and Private Warren Casey, who respectively starred at Texas A&M and Harvard.[17]
12,000 filled Lee Stadium on September 12 to watch the Dodgers drop 14 unanswered points in the first quarter courtesy of Pug Manders' one-yard TD run (capping off a 63-yard drive) and Ken Heineman's 15-yard dash (after a 52-yard series). The Leemen responded with a 45-yard score by ex-Akron star Earl Rowe, though Ole Miss alumnus Perry Waldvogel shanked the extra point. Shortly before halftime, Bobby Holmes tacked on another TD for the Dodgers via 11-yard run.[18][19]
After the game, the Dodgers toured the base and participated in activities such as KP duty (kitchen staff).

New York Giants 21, Camp Lee 0

Camp Lee, an Army base located in Virginia with a name that is currently under scrutiny by the.... wait, I already said that.
Shortly after scheduling the Dodgers game, Lt. Arthur P. Hand, who worked as Camp Lee's athletics director, got to work in organizing additional meetings regardless of college or professional status.[17] Despite whiffing the first time, he decided to try the Giants again. This time, they accepted and scheduled the camp as their final game of the preseason.
Learning from their experience against Brooklyn, Leemen coaches Warren Casey and Spivey added some new plays to the playbook.[20] Meanwhile, the Giants led by Tuffy Leemans added some new players: former Washington lineman Vic Carroll, ex-Rams end Steve Pritko, and Boston College center Walter Dubzinski who reunited with BC mentor Chet Gladchuk (father of the current Naval Academy athletic director). Dubzinski's signing was prompted by the retirement of the great Mel Hein, though Hein would return in time for the season opener.[21]
Well, whatever Camp Lee wanted to try out did not exactly work. Paschal scored a hat trick of rushing touchdowns (one, 18, and five yards) while Cuff finally made every PAT as the Giants won in a 21–0 shutout.[22]


Year 3 of formal American involvement in the war saw major events like the invasion of Normandy, the liberation of France, the Great Marianas Turkey Shoot, the July 20 Hitler assassination plot, and the start of the Battle of the Bulge. Back home, the NFL teams ramped up their military exhibition games from five in the first two years to seven in 1944 alone.

Washington Redskins 7, Fourth Air Force 3

It's been all Army and Navy teams up to this point, so let's get the Air Force guys in here (even if they were part of the Army during this time). The March Field Flyers, representing the Fourth Air Force at March Field in California, faced a daunting opponent in the Washington Redskins who reached the title game the previous year. However, Washington head coach Dutch Bergman resigned after 1942 and was replaced by Dudley DeGroot, meaning the installation of a new offense—the T formation—for Sammy Baugh. Opposite the Redskins, Major Paul Schissler's Flyer offense was spearheaded by halfbacks Bill Dudley and Jack Jacobs, both of whom threw the lone TD passes for their respective teams in the East/West Shrine Bowl two years ago.[23]
On August 25, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was filled with 50,000 fans for the meeting. The first half would be played under college rules while the second was with the NFL's system.[24]
Unlike the other NFL vs. military games, this was ultimately not be a cakewalk for the pros. The Air Force, well familiar with the college rulebook, easily figured out the Redskins' T formation and stymied their offense throughout the first half. Ironically, college rules would also bite the Flyers: in the second quarter, Dudley threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Ray Smith. However, the score was overturned because Dudley was not five yards behind the line of scrimmage, a rule that was abolished by the NFL in 1933 but the NCAA did not follow suit until 1945.[24][25]
Air Force entered halftime with the 3–0 lead courtesy of USC's Ernie Smith making a field goal from the 12-yard line. As the game shifted to NFL rules, the Flyers surprisingly continued to keep the Redskins in check. Unfortunately, they could not hold any longer. In the fourth quarter, Jacobs passed to his right but was intercepted by Mike Micka, who proceeded to fumble the ball before scooping it back up and running 21 yards for the go-ahead touchdown. March Field was unable to make up the deficit and lost 7–3.[24]
Of the $90,236.76 (about $1,418,096 today) produced at the gate, $70,000 (~ $1,100,069) went to the Army Air Forces Aid society and recreational facilities for troops stationed in the South Pacific. $12,500 was claimed by Washington for travel expenses.[26]

Boston Yanks 14, Sampson Naval Training Station 0

In 1943, the Sampson Bluejackets went 7–2 against service and college teams, during which they scored 269 total points and allowed just 71. However, as the war called more people to the frontlines, only three players from that team returned for 1944.[27] Nevertheless, the Bluejackets up their sleeves for September 1944 as they scheduled a gauntlet of NFL exhibition games that kicked off on September 4 with an exhibition against the Boston Yanks, an expansion franchise.[28]
The game marked the debut of the QT formation on a professional scale. While much of the league was shifting toward the T formation, Yanks head coach Herb Kopf brought the QT, which combines aspects of the T and single wing into one offense, with him from his collegiate days. One news article described the system as follows:[29]
It's not a fad formation nor an idea for publicity but it is a style of offense which has been worked out by Herb Kopf, the Yanks new head coach, after years of study and experimentation. Word of its possibilities has already spread through the coaching grapevine, and mentors from all over the country have been writing Herb for his plays.
What is the "Q-T" formation?
According to Coach Kopf, it is an offense which attempts to take the strong points of the single wing and the "T" formation and blend them into one offense. He has a quarterback operating under the center but the signal caller doesn't always take the ball. Sometimes he spins and becomes a blocker.
Two-thirds of the deep alignment remain—a halfback and the fullback operate side by side but the other halfback is either on a wing or in motion. The possibilities are limitless for both deception and power.
This formation came into being about four years ago when Kopf, after months of listening to the relative merits of the "T" against single wing, decided that he would try to find an offense that would answer all the questions.
"T" opponents argued that against equal strength the "T" is weak on wide running plays, while wing objectors pointed out the lack of mobility and the concentration of strength on one side. Under the "Q-T," the quick hitting "T" plays can all be used with the halfback on the wing and the possibility of the quarterback as an extra blocker will give plays the necessary protection for a wide attack.
But Herb Kopf knows that before deception in the form of sweeps, deep reverses, laterals and pass plays can be set up, a big, tough fullback is absolutely necessary. A spread defense can wreck any open attack. The threat of a powerful bucker who can hit quickly inside the tackles is something no defensive club dare neglect, however.
In Dave Smukler, the Yanks have that fullback. The former Temple star, who is in perfect condition at 225 pounds, can really drive through the middle. He also has the necessary speed which makes him dangerous when he breaks into the open field.
With Smukler in the lineup, the wide attack has a chance, and it is through this ace fullback that the Yanks hope to make their "Q-T" deception go.
Of course, a fullback alone isn't the answer either. You must have quarterback who can handle the ball and pass; a tailback who is a triple threat, and a wingback who can block and also carry on rverses.
Bob Davis of Kentucky is definitely the tailback needed; George Cafego of Tennessee completely answers the quarterback problem, and Paul Sanders, a Utah State product, shapes up as a find as a wingback. Then, too, there's Teddy Williams, formerly of Boston college, a great running back who reported late and who is making a real bid for either of the halfback spots.
Incidentally, Sampson's head coach/athletic director was Lt. Commander James H. Crowley, who was supposed to be the Yanks' HC once the war ended.[30] However, Crowley was instead hired by the upstart All-America Football Conference as commissioner and Kopf remained in Boston until 1947.
Led by Cafego, who was with the Dodgers when they took on Camp Lee in 1943, and Smukler, the Yanks recorded the only touchdowns of the game. Smukler opened the scoring early in the second quarter with a three-yard run through the line. Aided by a long bomb from Cafego, Steve Sydorak punched in the second and final score a quarter later. The Yanks' QT offense outgained the Bluejackets in all statistical categories with 15 first downs to Sampson's 2 and 233 total yards (140 rushing, 93 passing) to Sampson's 62 (45 and 17).[31]

Green Bay Packers 25, Sampson Naval Training Station 14

In 1925, Crowley played for the Green Bay Packers. Nearly two decades later, he decided to repay his old coach Curly Lambeau by inviting him and the Packers to Sampson for an exhibition on September 7. The Packers were heading to Buffalo to take on the Yanks, so Crowley figured it would be a good workout for Lambeau's team if they stopped by Sampson and played a game beforehand.[28] Of course, the Packers were a much different beast than the Yanks, with many picking them to make a run for the championship (which turned out to be correct).
With 10,000 watching, the Packers got to work as Lou Brock ran for the first touchdown of the game, though Mike Bucchianeri missed the ensuing PAT. In the second quarter, quarterback Roy McKay threw a five-yard TD to Mark Hammell. Later in the quarter, in what the Associated Press "the most thrilling play of the game", Brock threw a 30-yard pass to Dick Bilda, who was quickly converged upon by defenders until he lateraled to Hammell, who ran the rest of the way for a 30-yard score. The Bluejackets responded with Ed Greenfield tossing a 30-yard score to Norm Morea to narrow the score to 19–7 at halftime. After neither team scored in the third, Sampson's Nick Terlizzi blocked a punt in Green Bay's end zone and recovered it for a TD. However, Irv Comp put the game out of reach with a touchdown run.[32]
The Packers recorded 11 first downs against the Bluejackets' four, along with 331 yards (181 rushing and 150 passing) to 173 (122 and 51).[32] Morea's touchdown pass was the only throw that Sampson completed on six tries.[33]
"Green Bay showed considerable more offensive and defensive strength today than did the Yanks last Sunday," wrote the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "The margin of victory was practically the same, Sampson bowing to the Yanks 14–0, but the teamwork and precision with which the Packers ran their plays was far superior to that of the new National league entry, and Sampson displayed much better form than it did against the Yanks."[33]

Brooklyn Tigers 20, Fort Warren 21

During the offseason, the Dodgers were renamed the Brooklyn Tigers. Hey, if it stopped people from confusing them with the MLB team, it was a good move for them.
Fort Warren, based in Wyoming and known today as Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, invested heavily into the Broncos football team with a schedule that included Iowa Pre-Flight and Great Lakes Naval Station, both of whom would finish 1944 ranked. To gear up for the season, the Broncos welcomed the Tigers to the Warren Bowl.[34]
Although the AP noted the Tigers had the easy weight advantage, size mattered little as the Broncos kept the game close throughout.[35] Brooklyn struck first on Frank Sasche's 12-yard TD to Manders followed by Roy Hart's touchdown run, both in the opening period. Warren responded two quarters later with a great punt return to reach the Tigers' 20, where Ken Jastrow used a double reverse to lateral to Cliff Long for the TD. The Tigers punted again, which Long returned to the Booklyn five-yard line, from which Roy Gomillion ran in to tie it up.[36]
A 49-yard strike from Jastrow to Gomillion set up a one-yard TD dash by Jastrow to give the Broncos the lead. The Tigers retaliated with a furious drive that ended on Rocky Uguccioni pitching to Manders for the score. Bruiser Kinard kicked the game-tying PAT, but this was when things took a bizarre turn.[36]
Kinard's kick sailed directly above and over the upright.[36] In today's game, such a kick would immediately be reviewed before a decision is made. According to Section 4, Article 1 of the rulebook, "The entire ball must pass through the vertical plane of the goal, which is the area above the crossbar and between the uprights or, if above the uprights, between their outside edges. If the ball passes through the goal, and returns through the goal without striking the ground or some object or person beyond the goal, the attempt is unsuccessful."
With instant replay not being a thing back then, the rule was to automatically regard such kicks as missed and the Tigers lost 21–20. Had college rules been used, it would have been good.[36]
Brutal way for the NFL's streak against service teams to end.

New York Giants 13, Sampson Naval Training Station 0

September 13 marked the Bluejackets' third game of 1944 against an NFL club as Steve Owens' Giants came to base. Between the Packers and Giants matchups, Sampson played a scrimmage against Syracuse (who restored their team after a one-year hiatus), which was won by the Orangemen 13–6.[37][38]
Sampson's Jordan Ettinger fumbled early and New York's Len Younce returned it for a 27-yard score. In the third quarter, Arnie Herber hooked up with Frank Kiebel for another touchdown, though the extra point missed.[34]
On the other hand, Sampson would be a case study of how not to finish a drive as they reached the Giants' one-yard line on two different occasions, only to fail in breaking through for the score both times. A third time came in which Pete Lipchick completed a deep pass to Vince Renzo that reached the two, but time ran out before they could salvage points. Although the Bluejackets had more passing yards than the Giants (68 to 63), the Giants' defensive line was too potent and held them to negative-seven net yards.[34]

Cleveland Rams 26, Sampson Naval Training Station 12

The fourth and final NFL game for Sampson came on September 17 against the Rams, who beat the Yanks 9–0 in their preseason opener.
It only took two minutes for the Bluejackets to fall behind as Tom Colella dashed off on a 75-yard touchdown run. Two minutes later, Chet Pudloski intercepted a Sampson pass and recorded a 27-yard pick six. Steve Pritko added a score of his own in the second quarter to put the Rams up 19–0 at halftime, followed by a touchdown reception from John Petchel in the third.[40]
Sampson attempted to fight back with Waylon "Chink" Manning running for the 62-yard score, followed by Lipchik to Angelo Maglio. Despite outscoring the Rams 12–7 in the second half, being down 19–0 at halftime certainly did not help.[40]

Brooklyn Tigers 48, Service All-Stars 14

The Tigers began the 1944 regular season with a 14–7 loss to the Packers. 15 days later, with another week until their next game, the Tigers were offered a chance to play against an all-star team consisting of the best players from every branch in an exhibition. Dubbed the "Brooklyn Bond Bowl", the game was organized by the United States Treasury Department's Kings County War Finance Committee to sell war bonds.[41] To attend the game, fans had to purchase a war bond, and so 31,881 people bought $3.5 million (roughly $55,003,494) in bonds.[42]
True to their name, the Service All-Stars was a who's who of NFL and college familiar faces. Ensign Luckman and Warrant Officer Paschal, both in the Merchant Marine, were the backbone of the offense.[41]
Untrue to their name, however, only Luckman showed up. The New York Daily News' Dick Young remarked in his post-game recap:[42]
Just what that "s" was doing on the end of "Service All-stars" is the one thing that couldn't be understood by the 31,881 fans who purchased $3,500,000 worth of Henry Morgenthau's favorite securities to witness the "Bond Bowl" game at Ebbets Field last night.
The very singular service star was Ensign Sid Luckman, and he was hardly enough to prevent the 48–14 ravaging of his team by Brooklyns [sic] predatory Tigers.
The contest should have been billed: Brooklyn vs. Luckman, for that's what it amounted to. Virtually every time the Tigers got the ball they scored, and whenever the Servicemen got the pigskin they sent Luckman in to pitch it. But, unfortunately, there were more Tigers than there were Luckmans, so it was no contest.
The first quarter was a total disaster for the All-Stars as they fell behind 20–0. When he and Luckman entered the game, Paschal, no longer with the aid of his Giants offensive line, was unable to get anything going on the ground and was relegated to receiving duties. Forced to throw to catch up in the second half, Luckman was intercepted before the turnover was nullified by defensive pass interference; the series culminated with him throwing a ten-yard TD pass to Paschal. When the All-Stars got the ball back, Luckman led a masterful 70-yard drive as he completed 13 straight passes before John Edmonds made a diving catch for the seven-yard score.[42]
While the score was 27–14 in the Tigers' favor entering the final period, they scored 21 unanswered points to win 48–14. Brooklyn recorded 254 rushing and 116 passing yards. Manders scored two TDs while Joe Carter, Ken Fryer, Ray Hare, Don McDonald, and Charlie McGibbony had one each. Luckman completed 24 of 49 passes for 276 yards and two touchdowns.[42]
The exhibition win would be the Tigers' lone victory of the 1944 season as they went 0–10.


New York Giants 21, Camp Lee 0

When the Giants took on Camp Lee at Schools Stadium in Newark (former home of the American Association's Newark football clubs like the Bears' farm team) on September 30, 1945, the war had already ended with Japan's surrender earlier in the month. Many military bases had also dropped their sports teams, but the Leemen had every intention to play a 1945 season.[43]
The game was intended to support the local chapter of the Red Cross, with department store chain L. Bamberger & Co. providing sponsorship.[44] 20,000 were in attendance.[45]
An advertisement read:[44]
It didn't require much persuasion to bring the New York Giants to Newark for their Red Cross benefit game with the football team from Camp Lee, Va. In a sense, the Giants will be playing for some of their comrades, men who went off to fight a war in faraway places and who, through the Red Cross, were able to enjoy brief respite from a bitter task.
Perhaps Jack Mara, president of the Giants, when he agreed to have his team play at the Newark Schools Stadium on Sunday afternoon, September 30, was thinking of that Sunday afternoon in December of 1941 when the Giants, battling the Brooklyn Dodgers on the frozen turf of the Polo Grounds, were unaware that something was happening at the very moment 5,000 miles away, at Pearl Harbor, that was going to change the destinies for most of them.
Since that December afternoon, 57 men, enough for more than five football teams, have departed from the lineup of the Giants to go off to war. With the enemy beaten on all fronts, Steve Owen, the New York team's veteran coach, is eagerly awaiting their return, but two of them aren't coming back. Al Blozis, giant tackle from Georgetown University, was killed in France, and Jack Lummus, a fine end from Baylor University in Texas, fell in the fighting on Iwo Jima.
[The 1944 NFL Championship Game] was played December 17, and Blozis evidently sailed overseas immediately thereafter, for before the end of February the Giants had word that he had been killed in action.
The Red Cross can no longer be of assistance to Lt. Blozis, but when they quickly consented to play an exhibition game in Newark against the soldier eleven, the Messrs. Mara and Owen might have said to themselves, "We know Al Blozis would have been happy to have us do this. Al was a great team player, and if he's looking down from the Valhalla where all mighty football players go, he'll be thinking, 'That's nice work, fellows. I know the 55 Giants who are scattered around the world will appreciate it.'"
Camp Lee's defense held strong to begin the game by preventing the Giants from scoring in the first quarter and much of the second, including recovering a crucial fumble during the former period. However, the dam broke shortly before halftime as the Leemen gave up a 13-play, 85-yard drive that ended with a four-yard TD dash by Howie Livingston. Virgil Lindahl scored on a ten-yard TD run in the third quarter, followed by a 14-yard pass from Joe Sulaitis to Frank Liebel in the fourth. The Camp Lee offense did not stand a chance against the Giants and failed to tack on any points.[45][46]
The Giants recorded 116 passing yards and 203 on the ground.[46]


[1] PRO CHAMP BEARS BATTLE CAMP GRANT WARRIORS SATURDAY from The Daily Republican, August 20, 1942
[2] CHICAGO BEARS PLAN TO SHOW LITTLE 'STUFF' by the United Press, The Daily News-Time, August 20, 1942
[3] Bears Wallop Soldiers, 32-6 by the Associated Press, Decatur Sunday Herald and Review, August 23, 1942
[4] FOUR PLAYERS INJURED AS BEARS CRUSH GRANT by the Associated Press, Marshfield News-Herald, August 24, 1942
[5] Arnold Winters Obituary from the Chicago Tribune, February 18, 2001
[6] Steelers, Fort Knox Play Benefit Sunday from The Indiana Gazette, November 13, 1942
[7] 'Raiders In Top Shape To Roll Up Steelers by Dick Fortune, The Pittsburgh Press, November 14, 1942
[8] Steelers 'Win' For Soldiers, 28-0 by Cecil G. Muldoon, The Pittsburgh Press, November 16, 1942
[9] Canteen Tilt Tickets Cut For Children by Dick Fortune, The Pittsburgh Press, November 13, 1942
[10] All the Comforts of Home... In New Canteen from The Pittsburgh Press, May 13, 1943
[11] USO Variety Canteen May Be Ready By March from The Pittsburgh Press, January 28, 1943
[12] Modernistic New Canteen Is Pittsburgh's Welcome To Service Men And Women by Gilbert Love, The Pittsburgh Press, May 12, 1943
[13] Woitkoski in Action for Naval Squad by The Berkshire County Eagle, September 9, 1943
[14] Giants Beat Camp Sampson In 19-0 Tilt from The Akron Beacon Journal, September 9, 1943
[15] GIANTS TRIM SAILORS, 19-0 by the Associated Press, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, September 9, 1943
[16] CAMP LEE SEEKS DATE WITH DODGERS by the Associated Press, Evening Times, September 3, 1943
[17] Dodgers Play At Camp Lee Next Sunday from the Richmond Times Dispatch, September 5, 1943
[18] Crowd Jams Lee Stadium To Watch Dodger Triumph by the Associated Press, The Richmond News Leader, September 13, 1943
[19] Dodgers Overpower Camp Lee Eleven Before 12,000, 28-6 by the Associated Press, Richmond Times Dispatch, September 13, 1943
[20] Camp Lee to Play Giants on Sunday from The Richmond News Leader, September 20, 1943
[21] Grid Giants Looking Over Three Rookies by the Associated Press, The Charlotte News, September 22, 1943
[22] Pro Grid Giants Defeat Camp Lee by the Associated Press, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, September 27, 1943
[23] Sports Parade by Curley Grieve, The San Francisco Examiner, August 10, 1944
[24] REDSKINS BEAT MARCH FIELD, 7-3 by the Associated Press, The Spokesman-Review, August 27, 1944
[25] COLLEGE GRID COACHES VOTE FOR CHANGES by the Associated Press, The Davenport Democrat and Leader, January 12, 1945
[26] Charity Gets $70,000 in Redskin Tilt from The Salt Lake Tribune, August 30, 1944
[27] CROWLEY WON'T HAVE STRONG SAMPSON CLUB by the Associated Press, The News and Observer, September 12, 1944
[28] Green Bay Packers on Eastern Swing from the Kenosha Evening News, August 31, 1944
[29] YANKS DRILLING ON NEW ATTACK from The Bangor Daily News, August 25, 1944
[30] THE COMMANDER PLANS FOR THE FUTURE from The New York Times, June 3, 1944
[31] Boston Yanks Top Sampson Eleven 14-0 by the Associated Press, The Troy Record, September 4, 1944
[32] Packers Wallop Sampson Navy Base Eleven, 25–14 by the Associated Press, The Capital Times, September 8, 1944
[33] Packers Defeat Sampson Naval Center Eleven, 25-14 from the Green Bay Press-Gazette, September 8, 1944
[34] Fort Warren Books Tigers by Staff Sgt. Ray Cox, Fort Collins Coloradoan, September 4, 1944
[35] Tigers to Have Weight Advantage At Fort Warren by the Associated Press, The Casper Tribune-Herald, September 7, 1944
[36] Pro Grid Rules Cost Tigers Tie with Broncs by the Associated Press, The Casper Tribune-Herald, September 11, 1944
[37] Sampson Books Giant Gridders from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, September 10, 1944
[38] Syracuse Trips Sampson, 13-6 by the United Press, The Salt Lake Tribune, September 10, 1944
[39] Giants Rip Sampson, 13-0; Line Stands Out by the Associated Press, New York Daily News, September 14, 1944
[41] All-Service Grid Stars to Practice At Dyker Hgts. Park by The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 16, 1944
[42] Grid Tigers Rip Stars, 48-14; Sid Shines by Dick Young, New York Daily News, October 3, 1944
[43] GIANTS AND CAMP LEE, CA; IN NEWARK GAME, SEPT. 30 from The Bergen Evening Record, September 11, 1945
[44] Advertisement, Stadium Offers Fine Vantage Points, Red Cross Expands Postwar Services from the Courier-News, September 18, 1945
[45] New York Grid Giants Defeat Camp Lee, 21-0 by the Associated Press, Wilmington Morning News, October 1, 1945
[46] Giant Gridders Beat Lee, 21-0 from the New York Daily News, October 1, 1945
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2021.06.14 05:24 MyRideshareAccount Uber and Lyft drivers killed on the job, a curated list of articles I've found with driver names.

I'm sick and tired of hearing the same old PR stunt from Uber and Lyft when a driver dies on the job (thoughts and prayers for the family), yet their families are left financially devastated because both companies refuse to make their drivers employees or give them workers compensation. The one that struck me the hardest was the case of Marlo Medina Chevez.
Unfortunately my googling skills are lacking as it's hard to find older articles, if you know of any other people that have died in your local area driving for Uber or Lyft that are not included please let me know. I've tried my best to only include one or two articles at most. The dates may not be 100% correct but are an approximation as to the date of their death.
I'm positive I'm missing a TON of accident related deaths, however they're not always reported in the news as driving for either company.
January 1st, 2016 - Thor Anderson
March 21st, 2016 - Andre Jamal Bayyan
March 22nd, 2016 - Modou Diagne
September 24th, 2016 - Gerald Smith
October 1st, 2016 - Henry Reyes
January 14th, 2017 - Folesha Parker-Iverson
March 2017 - Hector Alvarado
April 14th, 2017 - Mike Mecklenburg
May 2017 - Marlo Medina Chevez
May 30th 2017 - Grant Nelson
April 6th, 2017 - Jose Humberto Felix Mendez
August 25th, 2017 - Richard Pierce Jr.
August 28th, 2017 - Mourice Foster
October 1st, 2017 - Jack Carreras
February 4th, 2018 - Jeffrey Monro
June 24th, 2018 - Filip Kirilov
July 31st, 2018 - Juan Octavio Reyes
August 9th, 2018 - Michael Wallace
October 31st, 2018 - Bing Wan
January 2019 - Kristina Howato
February 4th, 2019 - Waheed Etimad
February 22nd, 2019 - David Rosenthal
July 31st, 2019 - Harold Treadwell
August 27th, 2019 - Beaudovin Tchakounte
September 20th, 2019 - Lamar French
January 30th, 2020 - Franklin Farrens
April 11th, 2020 - Rajesh Jayaseelan
July 10th, 2020 - Billie Sue Matchke
July ???, 2020 - Khaled Zayyid
August 14th, 2020 - Bismark Asare
December 13th 2020 - Cherno Ceesay
December 14th, 2020 - Dhulfiqar Mseer
December 17th, 2020 - Kelley Marie Smith
January 8th, 2021 - Joshua Miller
January 27th 2021 - Ryan Munsie Graham
March 6th, 2021 - Kristofer Metzger
March 23, 2021 - Mohammad Anwar
March 24th, 2021 - Javier Ramos
April 12th, 2021 - Ahmed Badal
April 18th, 2021 - Elijah Newman
April 20th, 2021 - Robert Berry
April 26th, 2021 - Rossana Delgado
April 27th, 2021 - Mingzhi Zhu
April 27th, 2021 - Romualdo Barrientos Jr.
May 3rd, 2021 - Kristopher Roukey
May 5th, 2021 - Alexander Smiller
June 1st, 2021 - Joe Schelstraete
June 9th, 2021 - Lesther Deleon
June 13th, 2021 - Marcus Utley
June 13th, 2021 - Mohamed Hossain
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2021.05.25 00:22 docsmage Thank you /u/Soggy_Equivalent_690 for sending me three copies of my dad's obituary in the Lafayette Journal & Courier.

Thank you Soggy_Equivalent_690 for sending me three copies of my dad's obituary in the Lafayette Journal & Courier.
I wanted to shout out a local redditor who did a random act of kindness for me and my family. I posted in this sub two weeks back looking for someone to send me a copy of a local paper containing my dad's obituary since I live out of state and don't know anyone in Lafayette. After the suggestion of contacting the library didn't work out, I took them up on their comment offering to send them. I received three copies from them in the mail today.
My dad spoke fondly of his years in Lafayette. It was the first city he opened his private practice in, where he proudly had his name on the sign. It's where he fell in love and married my mom. He got to be in a bunch of local theater productions which, in his own words, he "enjoyed the hell out of". I always wanted to do a road trip across the cities he lived in so he could relive his memories, but unfortunately he got sick before that could happen. It's nice to know this city has such kind souls as Soggy_Equivalent_690/. I hope I get to visit sometime and pay the kindness forward.
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2021.05.13 01:13 docsmage Looking for someone to mail local newspaper copies to me containing my fathers obituary

Hey all. My father, a 10-year resident of Lafayette, passed away two weeks ago. In his will, he requested that his obituary be published in the Lafayette Journal & Courier, which I obliged. The paper containing his obituary will be published this Friday, May 14. I called the journal to ask if I can have a few copies of the paper shipped to me, and they told me someone local purchase and ship it to me.
I don't know anyone in Lafayette (I was born and raised in California, where my dad spent the later half of his life) so I wanted to ask if someone in this sub would be willing to purchase and ship 3 copies of the Lafayette Journal to me. I will compensate you for the papers, shipping, and something extra for your time and labor. Please reach out if you can help. Thanks.
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2021.03.09 21:55 ClarkKent-bot 🌐 DAILY PLANET 🌐 Oath Keepers behind insurrection ▪ Pay to search? ▪ ▪ ▪ and more

U.S. says Oath Keepers founder firected Capitol attack.
Oath Keeper who guarded Roger Stone in DC on January 6 has been arrested.
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Case of reporter facing trial over BLM coverage seen as attack on press rights. She was rounded up in one of those bogus "disperse now" orders at a protest; she says she identified herself as a reporter. The cop says she didn't, but his body cam was off when he's been instructed to have it on. How is this even going to court?
Charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend have been dropped.
"We believe the city used Kenneth as a pawn to cover up the events that took place on March 13, 2020, and further used him to cover up the deep-seated failures within the Louisville Metro Police Department," Romines said in the statement. "… It does not go unnoticed that neither the city nor the LMPD has apologized for using Kenneth as a scapegoat for an improper raid gone bad."
Resign already, Cuomo. There are plenty of other people who could govern New York as well as you, or better, without being all handsy and kissy and creepy with women.
⚰️ Thanks for stopping by: Allan McDonald, Crystal Malone Brown, and Priscilla Read Chenoweth.
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2021.03.04 01:47 saltcitycager NBL Minutes Recreation Process

Now that we have the BAA minutes posted, the tough part is putting together the NBL meeting minutes. This is years worth of data mining and collecting info. We may never know how complete these are, as for right now they may not exist anywhere in record except newspapers. Attempts to contact Ike Duffy's family have failed, Leo Ferris's family doesn't have any NBL correspondence. Next to try is Doxie Moore/Carl Bennett/Lon Darling's families. They may have records at historical societies, but haven't found them yet. Anderson was a no-go. Here are my pieced together NBL minutes so far, with source underneath each:
9/9/46-9/10/46- Chicago, IL (Hotel Morrison)
Ward Lambert offered 3-year contract as commissioner of NBL for $10,000 annually. Announcement by Carl Bennett that NBL & BAA “in harmony.” Until announced, a three-man board consisting of John Boord, VP of the Chicago Gears, Doxie Moore of the Sheboygan Redskins and Carl Bennett, president of the Fort Wayne Pistons had been running the league.
Associated Press. “’Piggy’ Lambert Basketball Commissioner.” Sheboygan Press. 10 Sep 1946:12. Newspaper Archive. Web. 13 Mar 2019.
9/23/46- Buffalo, NY (LaFayette Hotel):
In attendance- Carl Bennett, Ft. Wayne, president; Lon Darling, Oshkosh, secretary; Doxie Moore, Sheboygan; Bob McClaren, Youngstown; Paul Peck and Keith Brehm, Chicago; Les Harrison and Eddie Malanowicz, Rochester; Dan Biasone and Bennie Borgmann, Syracuse; Murray Mendenhall, Anderson; Bob Orbison, Indianapolis; Morris Winston, Detroit; Leo Ferris, Buffalo; Sidney Goldberg, Toledo.
Ward Lambert signs 3-year contract as commissioner of NBL for $10,000 annually. Schedule changes and exhibition game dates announced.
Alli, Joe. “Lambert Signs Pact as NBL Commissioner.” Buffalo Courier-Express. 24 Sep 1946:17. Fulton History. Web. 7 Nov 2016.
5/11/47- Detroit, MI
NBL annual meeting. New officers elected: Paul Walk (IND) elected president, replaces Carl Bennett (FTW); Leo Ferris (TCB) elected vice-president; Jack Harrison (ROC) elected secretary; Harry Foote (CHG) elected treasurer. The league adopted a 54-game schedule for 1947-48, all 12 teams will operate next season.
Associated Press. “Cage Circuit Elects Walk As Loop Boss.” Rochester Democrat & Chronicle. 12 May 1947:12. Fulton History. Web 7 Jun 2017.
5/15/47- Buffalo, NY (Hotel Statler):
In attendance- Ward Lambert, NBL commissioner; Paul Walk, NBL president; Leo Ferris, NBL vice-president; Jack Harrison, NBL secretary; Virgil Gladieux & Sidney Goldberg, owners, Toledo Jeeps; Carl Bennett, general manager, Fort Wayne Pistons; Maurice Podoloff, BAA president; Ned Irish, president, New York Knicks; Al Sutphin, owner, Cleveland Rebels; Art Wirtz, owner, Chicago Stags.
Wakefield, Frank. “Nation’s Pro Cage Leaders Are Here for Truce ‘Parley’.” Buffalo Evening News. 15 May 1947:33. Fulton History. Web. 13 Jun 2017.
*Representatives from BAA and NBL meet to “discuss territorial rights, college player drafts, salary scales and a possible inter-league post-season championship series.” Another meeting is scheduled for the next month to further discuss these topics.
“Rival Cage Leagues Plan Second Meeting.” Buffalo Evening News. 16 May 1947:39. Fulton History. Web. 13 Jun 2017.
6/2/47- Detroit, MI (Leland Hotel): Joint meeting with BAA
In attendance- BAA- President Maurice Podoloff; Ned Irish, New York; Walter Brown, Boston; Emory Jones, St. Louis; Eddie Gottlieb, Philadelphia; NBL- Commissioner Ward Lambert; Paul Walk, Indianapolis; Maurice White, Chicago; Jack Harrison, Rochester; George Mingin, Syracuse; Leo Ferris, Tri-Cities; Doxie Moore, Sheboygan.
Discussed and approved: 1. Uniform players contract to be used in both leagues. 2. Consensus of opinion that no player's name be placed on reserve list unless some form of agreement in writing has been forwarded to the commissioner of his league. 3. Approved the number of players to be placed on the reserve list at various times of the year. 4. Various other provisions on players and contracts, including: (a) No player under 16 years old. (b) No high school player until one year after the date his class is scheduled to graduate. (c) Provision for inter-league trading of players. 5. Joint player draft agreed to after heated debate. NBL teams had already signed some college players and felt they shouldn't be included in the draft. Turned out that only 11 players, already signed by NBL teams were on BAA lists, so it was decided that BAA teams would each get one choice before NBL began choosing. College joint draft was then held. 6. Question of a post season world series was discussed, but was tabled for a possible committee meeting to be held before start of 1947-48 season in the event such a series was considered desirable. 7. Attached was an eight-page "Memorandum of Agreement" covering the points agreed to. The agreement was to last two years, until June 1, 1949.
Ben Berger of Minneapolis purchased the Detroit Gems (NBL) from Morris Winston.
United Press. “Minneapolis Buys Pro Cage Franchise.” The Wisconsin State Journal. 3 Jun 1947. Newspaper Archive. Web. 23 Feb 2018.
115 players chosen in college draft between both leagues. Sheboygan chose Mike Todorovich (Notre Dame; University of Wyoming; Washington University, St. Louis), Fred Gant (University of Richmond) & Bob Tuttle (Whittier College, CA). No players chosen by Fort Wayne.
“Redskin Coach Enthusiastic Over Basketball Agreement.” Sheboygan Press. 6 Jun 1947:13. Newspaper Archive. Web. 23 Feb 2018.
Syracuse Nationals drafted John Colberg (University of Pennsylvania), Nick Buzolich (Pepperdine University), Charles Bozeman (Louisiana State). They acquire second rights to Walt Dropo (University of Connecticut) if Providence Steamrollers of BAA cannot sign him.
“Nationals Acquire Rights to Basketeers.” Syracuse Herald American. 8 Jun 1947:46. Newspaper Archive. Web. 23 Feb 2018.
Chicago picked John Sebastian.
“Nats Beaten at Moline.” Syracuse Post Standard. 17 Jun 1947:13. Fulton History. Web. 25 Feb 2018.
Oshkosh retained draft rights to Walt Lautenbach (University of Wisconsin), Glen Selbo (University of Wisconsin), Exner Menzel (University of Wisconsin), Gene Rock (University of Southern California) and Floyd Volker (University of Wyoming).
Associated Press. Oshkosh Obtains Draft Rights Of Three Wisconsin Cage Stars.” La Crosse Tribune. 22 Jun 1947. Newspaper Archive. Web. 22 Feb 2018.
10/16/47- New York (BAA offices):
  1. Fairly amicable meeting of the two leagues. Memorandum of agreement written early was approved by both. Also discussed intricacies of player draft.
    1. Question came up as to what situation would be if a team resigned from its league at the end of a season and later applied for a franchise in the other league. Consensus was that it would be o.k. and the team would retain title to its players.
    2. Considered all-star game between NBL and BAA. Sentiment was in favor although couldn’t schedule such a game during 1947-48 season. Will be explored later.
    3. Amicable agreement settling a disputed contract of player Carl Meinhold, who was claimed by Baltimore of BAA and Tri-City of NBL. Baltimore paid $500 to Tri-Cities for rights to Meinhold.
    4. Letter from Southern Basketball Conference suggesting "cooperative operation." Sentiment was in favor of affiliation with other pro basketball leagues in the country.
11/16/47- NBL rejects Chicago Gears from re-entering league by unanimous league vote. Paul Walk announces Fred Lewis, Al Grenert, Howie Rader and Sid Tannenbaum are all banned for jumping leagues. Meeting at Morrison Hotel.
Gears dispersed: George Mikan and A. O. Steffen, Minneapolis; Bruce Hale, Indianapolis; Bob Calihan and Bob Cotton, Flint; Price Brookfield, Anderson; Irvin Noren and Stan Szukala, Oshkosh; George Ratkovicz, Rochester; Dick Triptow and Pete Fogo, Tri-Cities; Bob McDermott and Max Morris, Sheboygan; Stan Patrick, Toledo; John Sebastian, Syracuse.
“League Rejects Franchise Bid Of Homeless Gears.” Chicago Tribune. 17 Nov 1947:38. ProQuest Historical Newspapers. Web. 8 Aug 2019.
2/6/48- At an NBL meeting in Chicago, NBL officials map out and agree to playoff system. Chicago Herald-American sought assurance from the NBL that the top teams would be in this year’s World Tournament, asking for the league’s top five teams. Discussion was held regarding Arnie Risen deal by Indianapolis to Rochester as being illegal. Max Winter declared all games in which Risen played should be considered forfeits on Rochester’s part. Leo Ferris claimed Indianapolis and Minneapolis were planning to switch leagues, Winter refused to make a statement and did not deny the accusation. A June 1 deadline was set for all clubs to post performance bonds to affirm their intentions of continuing the next season with NBL.
“Playoffs Set; National Curbs Loop ‘Jumping’.” Minneapolis Morning Tribune. 7 Feb 1948:11. Web. 29 Jun 2019.
4/9/48- Chicago:
*Seven franchise applications are reviewed as candidates. Bids from promotors in Denver, Des Moines, Chicago, Louisville, Dayton, St. Paul and Wilkes-Barre are being considered.
Associated Press. “NBL Considers 7 Franchise Bids.” Winona Republican Herald. Winona, MN. 9 Apr 1948:12. Newspaper Archive. Web. 27 May 2017.
*Three offers were made for the Syracuse Nationals franchise to owner Danny Biasone from other cities. No bids were accepted.
Reddy, Bill. “Keeping Posted with Bill Reddy.” The Post Standard. Syracuse, NY. 20 Apr 1948:12. Fulton History. Web. 23 Apr 2017.
*All members of the league sign an agreement that in the event any team left the NBL, all players on its roster become the property of the NBL.
Reddy, Bill. “Keeping Posted with Bill Reddy.” The Post Standard. Syracuse, NY. 11 May 1948:12. Fulton History. Web. 26 Jan 2017.
5/10/48- Chicago (Hotel Morrison):
In attendance- Leo Ferris, acting NBL president and Tri-Cities owner; Ben Kerner, Tri-Cities owner; Paul Walk and Frank Kautsky, Indianapolis president and owner, respectively; Max Winter, Minneapolis owner; Lon Darling, Oshkosh owner; Jack and Lester Harrison, Rochester owners; Danny Biasone, owner and George Mingin, public relations, Syracuse; Virgil Gladieux, Toledo owner; Ward Lambert, resigning NBL president; Tom Carneghie, resigning NBL publicity director.
In Chicago, a joint player-draft meeting was scheduled in two floors of the Hotel Morrison. Rumors of a league jump were confirmed as the Minneapolis Lakers, Indianapolis Kautskys, Fort Wayne Pistons and Rochester Royals all left the NBL for the BAA. National League vice-president Leo Ferris issued a “declaration of war,” and severed the working agreement between the leagues that focused mainly on player contract negotiating and tampering. The NBL’s Ward Lambert resigned as commissioner, Paul Walk as president and Tom Carneghie as publicity director. It is also disclosed that Oshkosh and Toledo have also applied for BAA membership, but their bids were tabled. The shift in teams left the BAA with 12 members: Chicago, New York, St. Louis, Baltimore, Providence, Philadelphia, Washington, Boston, Minneapolis Rochester, Fort Wayne & Indianapolis. The remaining teams in the NBL were Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Toledo, Anderson, Tri-Cities, Syracuse & Flint. A yet to be named Chicago entry had a franchised granted and there were some applications from perspective franchises being considered. Upon accepting the four new member clubs to the BAA, Maurice Podoloff was also re-elected president for two more years.
Associated Press. “Four Key National Cage Loop Clubs Bolt To BAA.” The Saratogian, Saratoga, NY. 11 May 1948:10. Fulton History. Web. 26 Jan 2017.
“There will be no respect of player contracts and open war on signing players from now on.” Ferris to Podoloff, when the NBL was invited to a joint draft with the BAA. Ferris said all players from bolting teams would be reassigned amongst remaining NBL teams as per the April 19 signed agreement.
Associated Press. “Four Key Quints Jump NBL To Join Rival Circuit.” Salt Lake Tribune. 11 May 1948:14. Newspaper Archives. Web. 21 Apr 2017.
The 12-team BAA immediately held a player draft of 100 collegians, roughly eight per team. Lowest win percentages picked in order from top to bottom, regardless to previous league. “The names of players drafted will remain secret until they are actually signed. Our BAA clubs have been advised to get their players signed as soon as possible since the NBL has threatened a player-war.”
Lon Darling declared his team will stick with NBL and “definitely won’t fold.”
Associated Press. “Four National Cage Loop Teams Accepted in BAA.” Albany Times-Union. 11 May 1948:9,11. Fulton History. Web. 6 Sep 2016.
The NBL has been left weakened by the loss of four of its leading teams to the rival BAA and its commissioner, president, publicity director. The 8-team NBL is looking for new leadership and considering new teams to fill vacancies left by Minneapolis, Fort Wayne, Rochester and Indianapolis.
Associated Press. “Jump National Cage League.” Racine Journal Times. 11 May 1948:11. Newspaper Archives. Web. 20 Apr 2017.
Syracuse public relations director George Mingin joined club president Dan Biasone in Chicago for the pro basketball meetings. According to Mingin, the BAA offered every NBL team an interview to possibly switch leagues. Syracuse declined to move leagues, and Rochester assured its natural rival that they were staying in the NBL also. Thirty minutes later, the Royals made the announcement they will be the fourth team leaving for the BAA. On 4/19, all NBL teams signed an agreement that if any team leaves the league, all players become property of the league. Syracuse holds the NBL rights to Billy Gabor, and the NBL has granted territorial rights to Bob Gale and Ed Peterson of Cornell when they graduate. There are questions Syracuse will continue to operate.
Reddy, Bill. “Keeping Posted.” The Post Standard. Syracuse, NY. 11 May 1948:12. Fulton History. Web. 26 Jan 2017.
Leo Ferris named acting president of the NBL.
“We intend to continue operating,” Lon Darling, owner of the Oshkosh team said. Seven teams remain in the league, which are Sheboygan, Tri-Cities, Anderson, Flint, Oshkosh, Syracuse and Toledo. A franchise had been granted to Chicago. Another NBL meeting is scheduled for 5/11 to discuss expansion and conduct their player draft.
United Press. “Nations’ Two Top Pro Basket Leagues Go To War.” Kenosha Evening News. 11 May 1948:10. Newspaper Archives. Web. 20 Apr 2017.
Darling also announced that Oshkosh’s board of directors had declined an offer of $35,000 for himself and eight players from another NBL city. Four of the players involved were Leroy Edwards, Glenn Selbo, Gene Englund and Walt Lautenbach.
Associated Press. “National League Facing Crucial Meeting Today.” Sheboygan Press. 10 May 1948:14. Newspaper Archive. Web. 25 Feb 2018.
After the meeting, one of the original BAA owners, remarked, “Well, if the BAA doesn’t go over next year with this setup, it will never go.” The majority of pro basketball owners are in the red as of mid-December.
Cushing, Elliot. “Sports Eye View.” Rochester Democrat & Chronicle. 17 Dec 1948:40. Fulton History. Web. 26 Apr 2017.
5/11/48- Chicago (Hotel Morrison):
NBL drafted 125 collegians. Detroit accepted into league. Leo Ferris named new president, Doxie Moore of Sheboygan named interim commissioner until 6/30, Lon Darling of Oshkosh as treasurer. Ferris proclaims court action on a resolution adopted April 19 which provided that any club leaving without permission would forfeit players to league.
George Mikan and Jim Pollard signed by the Lakers of BAA.
Associated Press. “Pros On Prowl For New Talent In Cage Loops.” Ironwood Daily Journal. 12 May 1948:12. Newspaper Archives. Web. 23 Apr 2017.
Ben Kerner- “From now on it’s open warfare between our league and the BAA. We had foolishly begun a joint player draft with the other league last year. Now that’s all off. They stole four of our teams. But the players from those teams will belong to our league. The BAA has the big cities, the NBL has the ‘name’ players. We have all the big stars in our league and we’ll fight the BAA to the finish. Already we have issued one new franchise and six other cities have applied to enter. We intend to concentrate on the Midwest and let the BAA keep the East where it’s losing money steadily. Basketball is biggest in the Midwest. And pro basketball is primarily a small town sport. That was proven right here in Buffalo. We lost $33,000 with the pro team we had here in 1946, but we made money after moving to Moline. We’ll keep going after the name players. Our club signed Murray Wier, the Iowa All-America, Monday, and we’ll get plenty more.”
“Buffalonian, Leo F. Ferris, Becomes NBL Cage Boss.” Buffalo Evening News. 11 May 1948:25. Fulton History. Web. 8 Jun 2017.
Max Winter- “When I got up to leave the room, eight guys jumped up and blocked the door.” Until these meetings, Winter refused to acknowledge or confirm rumors that the Lakers were jumping leagues. Minneapolis became the third team to leave that day.
After Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Minneapolis all had left the NBL, representatives of Oshkosh, Rochester and Toledo all held “exploratory talks” with the BAA, after which it was announced that Minneapolis and Rochester had been accepted to the league and that no more applications were being considered at that time. The applications for Oshkosh and Toledo had been tabled.
Cromie, Robert. “4 National League Fives Bolt To B.A.A.” Chicago Tribune. 11 May 1948:1, 3. ProQuest Newspapers. Web. 7 Aug 2019.
Billy Kelly (Buffalo Courier Express sports editor)- “Success of the coup engineered by the Basketball Association of America, enlisting four of the top teams in the National League under its banner, relegates the NBL to the status of a secondary power. The BAA has gained the upper hand.”
Kelly, Bill. “Before and After, by Billy Kelly.” Buffalo Courier Express. 12 May 1948:20. Fulton History. Web. 23 Apr 2017.
Baltimore Bullets of the BAA show interest in Billy Gabor. Gabor holds out on talks until he learns what Biasone is doing next season.
Skiddy, Lawrence. “Baltimore Bullets Eye Billy Gabor.” Syracuse Herald Journal. 11 May 1948:22. Newspaper Archives. Web. 20 Apr 2017.
Draft choices of the Oshkosh All-Stars were Ed Mills of Wisconsin; Gene Berce, Marquette; Andy Wolfe, California; Jack Burmaster, Illinois; Ken Campbell, Kentucky; John Langdon, Texas.
Associated Press. “Local Boys Draft Choices Of the Oshkosh All-Stars.” Racine Journal Times. 13 May 1948:25. Newspaper Archives. Web. 22 Feb 2018.
Draft choices of the Sheboygan Redskins were Bob Brannum, Michigan State; Nate DeLong, River Falls Teachers College; Jack Nichols, University of Washington; Bobby Cook, Wisconsin, Bill Stricklin, Northwestern; Johnny Orr, Beloit.
“Redskins’ Draft List Announced.” Sheboygan Press. 13 May 1948:23. Newspaper Archives. Web. 25 Feb 2018.
Draft choices of the Syracuse Nationals were Billy Gabor, Syracuse University; Ed Peterson, Cornell University.
“Billy (The Bullet) Gabor Signs to Play Basketball for Nats.” Syracuse Post Standard. 25 Jul 1948:13. Fulton History. Web. 29 Jan 2017.
Obituaries: Edward T. Peterson. The Citizen, Auburn, N.Y. 22 Mar 1984:18. Fulton History. Web. 30 Aug 2019.
6/14/48- Ike Duffy is new president of NBL. Magnus Brinkman (Sheboygan) elected secretary. Leo Ferris returned to vice-president duties. Discussions center around screening applications for franchises.
*Applications received by St. Paul, Louisville, Des Moines, Hammond, St. Louis & Chicago.
Associated Press. “Duffy NBL President.” The Sheboygan Press. 15 Jun 1948:16. Newspaper Archives. Web. 23 Apr 2017.
6/30/48- Doxie Moore elected commissioner. Des Moines, IA granted franchise, later moves to Waterloo. A 56-game schedule will be announced.
Associated Press. “NBL Picks Moore As Boss, Admits Des Moines Club.” The Post Standard. Syracuse, NY. 1 Jul 1948:13. Newspaper Archives. Web. 23 Apr 2017.
5/1/49- Sheboygan Redskins President Magnus Brinkman and Coach Kenny Suessens participate in NBL draft in Indianapolis. First draft choice Bob Woods, 5-11, North DeKalb Teachers College; 2nd Cliff Crandall, 6-3, Oregon State; 3rd Ollie Helderle, 6-5, Oklahoma. Other draftees: C. Retherford, 6-2, Nebraska; Roger Wiley, 6-8 Oregon; Doug Rogers, 6-1, University of Wisconsin; Eppa Rixey, 6-7, Henderson.
“Bob Woods Of DeKalb First On Redskins’ List.” The Sheboygan Press. 2 May 1949:23. Newspaper Archive. Web. 21 Feb 2018.
7/30/49- Indianapolis:
In attendance- Ike Duffey, NBL president, Anderson owner. Danny Biasone, Syracuse owner. Mike Fitzgerald, Tri-Cities business manager.
*Faced with losing their franchise, the Hammond Buccaneers raised $15,000 in 3 days, but must raise $15,000 more by August 5 to stay in the league. All teams must have $30,000 minimum to operate in 1949-50.
Courier Special Service. “Marsau to Call Meeting Here; Report Heated NBL Session; Merger Possible.” Waterloo Sunday Courier. Waterloo, IA. 31 Jul 1949:31. Newspaper Archive. Web. 24 May 2017.
*George Glamack applied for a franchise to operate in Grand Rapids, MI.
Cushing, Elliot. “Sports Eye View.” Rochester Democrat & Chronicle. 4 Aug 1949:24. Fulton History. Web. 12 May 2017.
*A 14-point plan was introduced that would merge the NBL with the BAA.
  1. Name of the league to be National Basketball Association.
  2. $3,000 to be put up by each club for the new treasury.
  3. Denver player dispute to be settled by arbitration.
  4. Four divisions in the league. The BAA would have two divisions of five clubs each and the NBL would have two divisions of four clubs each.
  5. Each joining group to play three games between themselves and one with the other joining group. This would give the NBL 31 home games and the BAA 35 home games. Excess would be used in doubleheaders or otherwise the National club would have the opportunity of one or two additional games if desired.
  6. Dues per game would be 5% of gross receipts after tax deductions or $175 per game or the cost of referees, whichever is greatest.
  7. Special playoff meeting for playoff structure, but ultimate winner would be winner of World Series between two final clubs.
  8. Ike Duffey, head of Anderson club, to be chairman of the board and Maurice Podoloff, head of BAA, to be president and Walter Kennedy to be publicity director.
  9. Executive committee to consist of Ned Irish, Walter Brown, Ed Gottlieb, Carl Bennett, Leo Ferris and Ike Duffey.
  10. BAA to move out of Indianapolis and discontinue at Providence.
  11. A flip of a coin to decide draft conflicts. Negotiation list conflicts to be decided by earliest wire or correspondence to player.
  12. Duffey’s, Incorporated would be allowed to use their commercial name affiliation.
  13. All-Star game this year to be participated in by about 20 leading college players divided into two squads, one of which plays the Anderson team and the other Minneapolis.
  14. Teams would be permitted 12 exhibition games, none on the night before a league game.
“Redskins Reject Merger Proposal.” The Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan, WI. 1 Aug 1949:14. Newspaper Archives. Web. 22 May 2017.
Sheboygan opposes merger on 8/1. Syracuse, Anderson, Indianapolis, Oshkosh, Denver and Tri-Cities are for the merger plan.
Associated Press. “Merger Plan Submitted To Two Leagues.” The Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan, WI. 1 Aug 1949:14. Newspaper Archives. Web. 22 May 2017.
Waterloo Hawks voted against merger on 8/1.
Associated Press. “Waterloo Votes Against Merger With Rival Loop.” The Post Standard. Syracuse, NY. 2 Aug 1949:10. Fulton History. Web. 26 Jan 2017.
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2020.11.23 03:29 JFKeveryday Small wound(s) in the front of JFK's head - PART 10.3

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Later on, McClelland would support the theory of a head shot from the right front (JAMA, 5/27/1992, JFK's death - the plain truth from the MDs who did the autopsy [text]; 4/6/1991 Dallas conference [video, part 2, 44:09, 1:22:51]; High Treason 2, 1992, Chapter 5. Bethesda Naval Hospital, p. 138; 10/1/2002, 11/30/2002 interviews by Vincent Bugliosi, Reclaiming History, 2007, Book One: Matters of Fact: What Happened, Kennedy's Autopsy and the Gunshot Wounds to Kennedy and Connally; D Magazine, Nov. 2008, The Day Kennedy Died by Michael J. Mooney; McKinney Courier-Gazette, 1/28/2012, Surgeon recounts JFK operation by Chris Beattie; Undated talk, uploaded to 2/15/2012; TCSS conference, 2012 [video, part 3] [part 5]; 2/21/2013 talk at the 15th annual Gathering of Eagles conference in Dallas, TX; Dallas Morning News, 6/21/2013, Lee Harvey Oswald gets hung jury at mock JFK murder trial by Jennifer Emily; 9/24/2013 interview, Sixth Floor Museum; 10/24/2013 lecture at Baylor University; Undated presentation, uploaded to Youtube 11/22/2013; 2013 interview on Televisa; 2014 talk at UT Southwestern; 10/5/2015 drawing 1 [link]; 10/5/2015 drawing 2 [link] [link 2]; 11/12/2015 interview at Allen Public Library; 12/22/2016 drawing [link]; 2016 speech at Berkner High School; 2/28/2017 drawing [link]; 4/6/2017 drawing 1 [link] [link 2]; 4/6/2017 drawing 2 [link]; 4/10/2017 drawing 1 [link]; 4/10/2017 drawing 2 [link]; 6/14/2017 drawing 1 [link]; 6/14/2017 drawing 2 [link]; 7/17/2017 drawing [link] [link 2] [link 3]; 2/16/2018 drawing [link]; Undated drawing 1; Undated drawing 2 [link] [link 2] [link 3] [link 4] [link 5] [link 6]; Undated drawing 3 [link] [link 2] [link 3]; Undated drawing 4 [link]; Undated drawing 5 [link]; Undated drawing 6 and letter [link] [link 2]; Undated audio at He also said that there could have been a small wound in the front of the head which he failed to notice (12/1/1971 interview by Harold Weisberg, Post Mortem, 1975 edition, p. 376-377, Epilogue; 4/6/1991 Dallas conference [video, part 2, 44:09, 1:22:51]; Bugliosi, 10/1/2002, 11/30/2002 interviews, Reclaiming History, 2007, Book One: Matters of Fact: What Happened, Kennedy's Autopsy and the Gunshot Wounds to Kennedy and Connally; TCSS conference, 2012 [video, part 5, 4:33]; 9/24/2013 interview, Sixth Floor Museum [video, 23:34]; 2013 interview on Televisa [video, 14:45]; 10/5/2015 drawing 1 [link]; 10/5/2015 drawing 2 [link] [link 2]; 2/28/2017 drawing [link]; 4/6/2017 drawing 1 [link] [link 2]; 4/6/2017 drawing 2 [link]; 4/10/2017 drawing 1 [link]; 4/10/2017 drawing 2 [link]; 6/14/2017 drawing 1 [link]; 7/17/2017 drawing [link] [link 2] [link 3]; 2/16/2018 drawing [link]; Undated drawing 1; Undated drawing 2 [link] [link 2] [link 3] [link 4] [link 5] [link 6]; Undated drawing 3 [link] [link 2] [link 3]; Undated drawing 4 [link]; Undated drawing 5 [link]; Undated drawing 6 and letter [link] [link 2]).
From a report on Dr. Jenkins' 11/10/1977 interview by the House Select Committee on Assassinations:
Dr. Jenkins attempted to explain (on his own initiative) Dr. McClelland's Warren Commission testimony that the President had a wound of the left temple. He said McClelland did not personally see the wound and misinterpreted Dr. Jenkins' feeling the President's left temple for a pulse as indicating there was a wound there.
(HSCA Vol. 7, p. 285 [text])
From a 1/11/1978 interview of Dr. Malcolm Perry by the HSCA:
PERRY: [...] Normally, what we do -- well, normally, yes; but normally just one of us. Normally, the guy -- myself, for example, since I ostensibly was responsible for the surgery and the rest of it, normally the guy who's attending and who's doing the job writes a summary about it afterwards for the record. The reason all of us did was we thought it might be important -- more than the usual -- to have a good record. I'm not sure it served its purpose. I haven't read everybody's, but I've read some of them and I found they didn't correspond with what I remembered.
PURDY: Do you remember any in particular?
PERRY: No, no, but I remember the stuff about Bob McClelland's. We talked about that later because we talked about the thing in the temple. And we all kind of laughed about that but I just, you know, Bob was told when he joined in there and like me he didn't spend much time because he saw I needed help. And when he started helping me with the trache, he asked where he was shot. And somebody told him he was shot in the left temple and he accepted that as being true, when actually it wasn't true and I think Bob wrote that down -- or if he didn't write it down, he told somebody that, which was interesting. But, you know, you get naive and trustworthy and that's a bad way to be.
(HSCA Vol. 7, p. 292 [text] [audio])
From a 2/9/1979 letter from Dr. Jenkins to researcher John Lattimer:
[…] I exercised no thought at all about entrance and exit for the head wound. In retrospect I think I automatically accepted the fact that if a bullet came from the back to traverse his neck, another bullet came from the back to go through the skull.
[…] You will recall the big commotion stirred by Mr. Garrison, the District Attorney of New Orleans, who was trying to bring to trial conspirators whom he named. One of his statements which was repeatedly quoted was that bullets entering the President's body came from more than one direction. After much publicity was given to this thesis, I learned from a member of his staff that for indirect reasons he was expecting me to be the primary witness for the fact that the shots came from at least two directions. Apparently Mr. Garrison or members of his staff, in going over the many reports made to the Warren Commission or elsewhere, found that Dr. Robert N. McClelland, a member of the surgical staff who arrived in the trauma room after resuscitation efforts were well under way, asked me what were the President's injuries. Evidently, just as I answered, '...and a gunshot wound to his head,' I moved my left hand so as to place my left middle finger on the President's temporal artery in feeling for a pulse. Dr. McClelland tells me he thought I moved my hand there and with a finger indicated the site of a bullet entrance, and I believe he offered this in testimony at some point. After I recounted this to the representative from Mr. Garrison's office I was asked for no further testimony.
In 1979, Dr. Jenkins was interviewed by Harrison Livingstone. As summarized in Livingstone's 2004 book The Radical Right and the Murder of John F. Kennedy:
As I remembered my meeting with him in 1979, when he had me lie down on a table and demonstrated the wounds (he did this with Ben Bradlee Jr. when my Boston Globe team went to Dallas to check my work), he said that he "thought" there was an entry hole in the left temple, but he was evidently mistaken.
This reference to Dr. Gene Akin is listed in JFK: From Parkland to Bethesda by Vincent Palamara, 2015:
6/28/84 FBI Memorandum, SA Udo H. Specht to SAC, Dallas, re: interviews with Akin (RIF#124-10158-10449)---”On 6/18/84, the writer and SA DOUG DAVIS interviewed an individual who stated he was formerly Dr. GENE COLEMAN AKIN, the senior resident anesthesiologist at Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas. AKIN stated that he was on duty at the hospital on 11/22/63 when President KENNEDY was brought in the emergency room. AKIN stated that the FBI interviewed him during the 1963-1964 period concerning any of the observations he made on 11/22/63. AKIN stated that the “historic accident” of being present in the emergency room on 11/22/63 changed his whole life in a negative way. He feels that the governments on both a federal and state level have harassed him since that time. He stated that he quit practicing medicine in 1979 or 1980 and that DEA took his narcotics license away. He has never recouped the money it cost him to practice medicine because of government interference with his own destiny and self-initiative. He has been on welfare since 1980 and feels it is now the government’s obligation to take care of him. He claims that his sister had him committed to Terrell State Hospital and he was incarcerated in that institution from March 9 through May 25, 1984. He stated that it took him that long to convince the doctors that he was not a “nut.” AKIN is in the hospital for heart by-pass surgery on 6/20/84 and he has also been diagnosed as having renal cancer. AKIN also stated that he had his name changed to SOLOMON BEN ISRAEL and he was interviewed in Room 439, St. PAUL’s HOSPITAL, Dallas, Texas. AKIN ranted and raved about government injustice and conspiracies against him and behaved in a general aberrant manner. His mannerism in communicating, in the opinion of the writer, gave him or the information he was trying to relate no credibility whatsoever. The writer attempted to listen to him for over one hour. AKIN made efforts to contact the Dallas news media in order to tell his story, but apparently received very little favorable response. The writer made efforts to get AKIN to tell his story. AKIN kept ranting and raving about items from the right to the left of the political spectrum. AKIN did finally say that when he saw President KENNEDY in the emergency room on 11/22/63, he thought he saw a bullet entrance wound on the President’s forehead. The President was covered with blood in the head area and the back of his head was blown wide open. AKIN feels that his observation as to the possible entrance wound on the President’s forehead is significant and that he did not mention this item when he was interviewed in 1963-1964 because he did not want to be killed by any conspirators. AKIN stated that if this entrance wound was not documented in the Presidential autopsy, then plastic surgery was probably conducted to cover this up. AKIN made available a cassette tape recording of items he recorded himself during the past few days. The tape recording was reviewed by the writer and contained no information whatsoever concerning AKIN’s comments about the assassination of President KENNEDY. [redaction: at least one paragraph] At 1:45 pm, 6/28/84, AKIN telephonically contacted the writer and stated that he checked himself out [of] St. Paul’s hospital to [be] re-evaluated as to what to do about his medical condition. He stated that he was calling from the Dallas County Jail and that he had been arrested on 6/26/84. He was unspecific as to why he was arrested, but he indicated that it was some type of fraud charge and alcohol might have been an issue also. He wanted the writer to get him out of Jail and that it was all the FBI’s fault that his troubles are continuing. AKIN became extremely verbally abusive and the writer terminated the call. [redaction: at least a few sentences; end]”
A report on an earlier 1981 interview with Gene Akin by Ben Bradlee of the Boston Globe likewise noted "Akin recently legally changed his name to ‘Solomon Ben-Israel’".
The transcript of Dr. Akin’s 3/25/1964 WC testimony does not specifically describe any small wounds in the head:
Mr. SPECTER - With respect to the head wound, Dr. Akin, did you observe below the gaping wound which you have described any other bullet wound in the back of the head?
Dr. AKIN - No; I didn't. I could not see the back of the President's head as such, and the right posterior neck was obscured by blood and skull fragments and I didn't make any attempt to examine the neck.
Mr. SPECTER - How many bullets were involved in the wounds inflicted on the President, Dr. Akin?
Dr. AKIN - Probably two.
Mr. SPECTER - Have you ever changed any of your original opinions in connection with your observations of the President or any opinions you formed in connection with what you saw?
Dr. AKIN - You mean as to how he was injured?
Mr. SPECTER - Yes, as to how he was injured.
Dr. AKIN - Well, no; not really because I didn't have any opinions, necessarily. Any speculation that I might have done about how he was injured was just that, it was just speculation. I didn't form an opinion until it was revealed where he was when he was injured and where the alleged assassin was when he fired the shots, so I didn't have any opinions. It was my immediate assumption that when I saw the extent of the head wound, I assumed at that point that he had probably been hit in the head with a high velocity missile because of the damage that had been done. The same thing happened to his head as would happen to a sealed can of sauerkraut that you hit with a high velocity missile.
Mr. SPECTER - Did you have any opinion as to the direction-that the bullet hit his head?
Dr. AKIN - I assume that the right occipitalparietal region was the exit, so to speak, that he had probably been hit on the other side of the head, or at least tangentially in the back of the head, but I didn't have any hard and fast opinions about that either.
(WC Vol. 6, p. 63 [text])
Not only does Akin’s WC testimony transcript not include any mention of a small wound in the head, but Akin said the large wound looked like it could have been caused by a bullet striking tangentially.
A taped interview with “Gene Akin” by a team from the Boston Globe was summarized in Harrison Livingstone's 1989 book High Treason:
[...Part II: The Medical Evidence, Chapter 2p: The President’s Head Wounds And The New Evidence Of Forgery, THE HOLE IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD]
Dr. Gene Akin was an Anesthesiologist at Parkland at the time. He told the Warren Commission that “the back of the right occipital-parietal portion of (Kennedy’s) head was shattered, with brain substance extruding.”43 “I assume that the right occipital parietal region (right rear) was the exit”44 Akin reaffirmed this to the Globe team and basically did not accept the official picture. On seeing the sketch, he said, “Well in my judgment at the time, what I saw was more parietal. But on the basis of this sketch, if this is what Bob McClelland saw, then it’s more occipital.”45 Akin further said that Dr. Kemp Clark saw the entry wound in the temple.
This is yet another such reference to Kemp Clark, the first being the 11/27/1963 article by Arthur Snider which said “Identification of two points of entry, the throat and the skull, was made by Dr. Kemp Clark, neurosurgeon, and Dr. Tom Shires, chief of surgery at Parkland Hospital. They said neither bullet was recovered in the hospital emergency room. One bullet was said to have emerged from the left temple” (Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Movies Reconstruct Tragedy by Arthur Snider, 11/27/1963 [link 1] [link 2, The Akron Beacon Journal, 11/28/1963]).
In the afterword of Livingstone’s 1989 book High Treason, there is the sentence "The first doctor to see what he said was a bullet entry wound near the left temple was Dr. Leto Porto. This was described by Dr. Robert McClelland in his report" (Link). This is the earliest known reference to Dr. Lito Porto being in Trauma Room One. There is no elaboration or reference to where this information came from, but one paragraph before does start with "Dr. Ronald Jones told me that the large hole was directly in the back head. “He had a lot of damage to the scalp. It was blown away.”".
Along with a 6/23/1990 letter, Dr. McClelland wrote on a copy of his original hospital report “This is my statement to the Secret Service. There was no wound at the left temple as First thought - simply much blood clot in that area” (Link).
From McClelland’s appearance in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 5/27/1992:
[…] McClelland had originally mistakenly written in his hospital chart that the wound to Kennedy's head struck the left temple. This error, as published in the Warren report, later prompted a call from the office of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, who wanted to bring him to New Orleans in 1969 to testify in the conspiracy trial of Clay Shaw. McClelland recalls, "Well, when I told the investigator that I had made a mistake in 1963, there was a sudden silence at the other end of the line."
(JAMA, 5/27/1992, JFK's death - the plain truth from the MDs who did the autopsy [text])
In 1992, Dr. McClelland was contacted by researcher Brad Parker. As summarized:
[…] Dr. McClelland's report reflects a "...a gunshot wound of the left temple" (CE 392:17WCH 12), a mistake which would follow him for years. Dr. McClelland, however, explains the mistake in quite different terms: "I wrote that down (in my report) because Jenkins has said that there was (a wound there in the left temple), and I knew that he knew that there was a bullet hole there, and that fit with that larger (posterior) wound" (emphasis added) (McClelland 09-10-92)
(Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 3, Issue 1, Spring 1997, p. 7, Dr. Robert McClelland in Trauma Room One by Brad Parker)
Gerald Posner, in his 1993 book Case Closed, described an interview with Dr. Jenkins:
[...Chapter 13. “He Had a Death Look”]
In his original report, McClelland said there was a wound to the left temple, one that does not show up on any autopsy X ray or photograph. This has caused some to charge that Kennedy was shot by a second gunman from another location at Dealey, and that the autopsy team either negligently or intentionally overlooked that wound. “I’ll tell you how that happened,” Dr. Jenkins explained to the author. “When Bob McClelland came into the room, he asked me, ‘Where are his wounds?’ And at that time I was operating a breathing bag with my right hand, and was trying to take the President’s temporal pulse, and I had my finger on his left temple. Bob thought I pointed to the left temple as the wound.”
In a November 1993 presentation, Dr. Jenkins indicated that he believed the fatal head shot could have come from behind.
In an undated presentation uploaded to Youtube on 9/26/2013, Jenkins continued to argue in favor of the official story, referencing information from John Lattimer.
Dr. Jenkins passed away on 11/21/1994 (New York Times, 11/23/1994; Baltimore Sun, 11/23/1994; Buffalo News, 11/23/1994; Associated Press, 11/23/1994;
A Parkland employee named Dr. Donald Seldin would later claim to have seen Kennedy's body. Dr. Seldin wrote, in a 8/27/1998 letter to Vincent Palamara, "The bullet struck the President in the forehead and literally exploded in his skull, so that the entire frontal, parietal and temporal bones were shattered…I believe that the official story is accurate in all details" (Link). Perhaps the "forehead" reference is too vague for Seldin to be considered a "proper" witness in regards to a small frontal head wound.
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2020.08.29 06:27 emilymischer request

Can anyone get these screen grabs for me? You can DM me to get my email if it's easier to send that way.
Tampa Bay Times
Sunday, December 26, 1965
Page 68
Robert C Hatton and Sherry Speary mentions
I think there are pics at the top of this page as well

Tampa Bay Times
Sunday, February 20, 1966
Page 79
Robert C Hatton and Sherry Speary mentions

Tampa Bay Times
Frida, May 17, 1968
Page 27
Robert C Hatton and Sherry Speary mentions

The Courier-Journal
Wednesday, December 09, 1970
Page 24
Robert Hatton and Brenda Chadwell mentions

The Record
Friday, June 21, 1968
Page 34
Rita Demasse mentions

The Atlanta Constitution
Friday, November 27, 1992
Page 133
Robert Hatton and Rita Demasse mentions

The Atlanta Constitution
Tuesday, February 10, 1987
Page 34
DeMasse Obituary

The Atlanta Constitution
Wednesday, February 11, 1987
Page 80
DeMasse Obituary
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2019.03.11 14:13 SchaetzleinGenealogy Hugo Meißner, New London, Connecticut

Updated 18 March 2019

I just learned that one of my ggg great uncles served as a ship barber on two journeys from Bremen to Baltimore in 1869 and 1870 on board of the Leipzig, and ended up settling in New London, Connecticut.
Hugo Meißner was born in Ostrowo, Posen Province, Prussia (now Ostrow Wielkopolski, Poland) on 19 October 1843, and later lived with his parents, Johann Friedrich Meißner and Christiane Wilhelmine Gaertner in Trebnitz, Silesia, Prussia (now Trzebnica, Poland).
His surname may be written Meißner, Meissner or Meisner (or, rather poorly transcribed, Meihsner, Meishner, Misner, Mesner). Even though his baptism only says Hugo Meißner, he seems to have gone by the name Hugo G Meißner (probably Hugo Gustav, as his older brother who died in infancy was called Gustav Hugo).
Here's what I found so far (ordered by persons):
Hugo G. Meissner:
Catharine E. Fisher (or Burke?):
William Fisher:
Maria / Myra Fisher & Albert N. Douglas
My grandmother remembers that her father once told her of candy being sent from America by "an uncle". It may well be that it was actually Hugo, his great uncle, who sent his family these items.
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2019.01.18 13:04 -en- @NBCNews: The Louisville Courier Journal apologized to a Kentucky family after the paper refused to run a paid obituary mentioning the dearly departed's less-than-fond feelings about President Trump.

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2019.01.18 09:28 -en- @NBCNews: The Louisville Courier Journal apologized to a Kentucky family after the paper refused to run a paid obituary mentioning the dearly departed's less-than-fond feelings about President Trump.

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2019.01.18 06:16 kittehgoesmeow What A Day: Air Force None by Brian Beutler & Crooked Media (01/17/19)

"Bitch, I'm scared!"—Cardi B on Trump's shutdown.

Oh That Collusion?

In his most damning interview to date with CNN’s Chris Cuomo Wednesday night, President Trump’s criminal defense lawyer and Cigar Aficionado magazine reader Rudy Giuliani essentially admitted that collusion may well have been rampant in the Trump campaign, but said it’s no big deal because Trump himself was not involved and is not accountable.
Unfortunately, this new story has some flaws!
Giuliani issued a new statement Thursday to mitigate the damage he did in the interview, but he mostly just repeated the same incriminating comments, with less bluster. Anyway, if you ever participate in an international conspiracy to defraud the United States and then attempt to obstruct justice to cover it up, we’d suggest hiring someone who is not Rudy Giuliani.
We’ve come a long way from the Trump team’s insistence that “there was no communication between the campaign and any foreign entity during the campaign.” This is the Trump legal team’s most significant goalpost shift since they started insisting “collusion is not a crime” several months ago. But forget about the lies, the evolving excuses, the nonsensical arguments, and focus on where we are now: There is public evidence that the Trump campaign, at the highest levels, worked with Russia to hijack the 2016 election, it was criminal, and Trump’s team is no longer denying it.

You've Gotta Be Fucking Kidding Me

The same week every Republican in the House voted to condemn white nationalism:
They clearly took their votes very seriously.

What Else

President Trump postponed a congressional delegation House Speaker Nancy Pelosi planned to lead to Afghanistan, for which she had reserved a military plane—retaliation for her decision to withdraw her State of the Union address invitation. The trip had not been publicly disclosed for security reasons until the White House published the extremely juvenile letter he sent her to notify her of the cancelation. Totally expected, silly, ineffective.
The Trump administration separated more migrant children from their parents than previously disclosed, dating back to before it introduced its cruel “zero tolerance” policy, according to the Department of Health and Human Service’s inspector general, leaving the total number of separations unknown. Monsters.
Trump himself tried to illegally withhold disaster-relief funds from Puerto Rico, on the basis of false right-wing propaganda he apparently believed, and tried to reroute that money to Texas and Florida. See above, re: monsters.
House Republicans tried to pass a measure that would keep the government shut down, but give furloughed and essential government employees the paychecks they’ve missed so far. Paying government workers not to work to own the libs.
A prominent security researcher has discovered an enormous breach of email security that has left over three quarters of a billion unique email addresses and over 20 million unique passwords exposed. [Lovett races to change all his passwords from “PunditAngel123”]
ICE tried to deport a Latino marine with mental health issues, even though he is a citizen.
Border Patrol officials, who presumably should be on furlough, produced and tweeted this straight-up fascist video.
President Trump wants to buy your complacence with his shutdown by illegally recalling IRS workers to process tax refunds.
Steve Carell and the makers of The Office will team up to make a TV show about the Space Force.

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The New Dumbest Thing I Have Ever Heard

Trump bag man/felon Michael Cohen hired the chief information officer of Liberty University—the religious college run by professional grifter Jerry Falwell, Jr.—to rig online polls on behalf of Donald Trump during the 2016 election, then stiffed him, but billed Trump for the entire $50,000 contract anyhow. These people deserve each other.

Be Smarter

Social media execs would rather let nazis destroy their platforms and undermine democracy than face bad-faith right-wing criticism, part MMCCXVI.

Did You See That Thing?

The Louisville Courier-Journal has apologized to a Kentucky family for refusing to publish an obituary for Frances Irene Finley Williams, which noted that “[h]er passing was hastened by her continued frustration with the Trump administration.” Mrs. Williams is all of us.


Kevin Sieff on Twitter: "Mexico's largest airline is trolling Americans and it's the best. h/t @Aeromexico"
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2019.01.18 03:38 -en- @NBCNews: The Louisville Courier Journal apologized to a Kentucky family after the paper refused to run a paid obituary mentioning the dearly departed's less-than-fond feelings about President Trump.

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2019.01.17 04:15 Puffin_fan Courier Journal apologizes for refusing to run obituary claiming Trump sped up Louisville woman's death

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