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WednesdayDecember 29, 2010

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What do You Get with a 23-yr Old Husband & 50-yr Old Wife?  Deadly Sex Games

23-year old Arthur Sedille is claiming he didn’t shoot his 50-year old wife on purpose but rather as part of a “sexual fantasy” game they played that involved guns.

Sedille reportedly shot Rebecca Sedille in bed in their Oklahoma home and there doesn’t appear to be witnesses to the crime.  He apparently shot her in the head while having sex that involved fantasy play requiring the use of a gun.  In his defense he claims he did not know the gun was loaded when he put it to his wife’s head on December 21st.  He also stated that he and his wife often had sex that involved the use of a firearm. 

Sedille has been arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder while police investigate his version of the shooting.  If the ‘sexual fantasy’ game theory doesn’t pan out and it ends up being just a ‘fantasy’ lie to get out of murdering his wife, 27 years his senior, then he will be charged with first degree murder. 

Read more at The Smoking Gun →

Wife vs. Mistress Feud Won’t Allow Dead Venezuelan Ex-President Perez to Rest in Peace

Carlos Andrés Pérez, former President of Venezuela, died of a heart attack last Saturday in the city of Miami at the age of 88.  His first wife, Blanca Pérez wants him buried in his native Venezuela, and Hugo Chávez has already authorized the burial.

But Perez’s long-term mistress Cecilia Matos, and the couple’s two daughters, want to bury him in Florida, where he has lived for the last decade.  He maintained a residency in Venezuela in great part because Chavez would not allow Perez to return. 

Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Gerald Hubbart has granted Blanca Perez’s request to prevent the Florida funeral home from taking any action to bury, or otherwise dispose of the body, until the dispute is settled.

Carolina, one of Perez’s daughters from his first marriage said that her mother had the right to decide the fate of her husband’s remains.

“They’re still married, and the law is very clear in Venezuela and in the United States: When the person dies, the one who has the right to reclaim the body is the spouse, and we exercised that right.”

Mr. Perez served two terms as president of Venezuela, one between ‘74 and ‘79, and the other one from ‘89 to ‘93.

He survived two coup attempts in 1992, the first of which was led by current President Hugo Chavez, who was then a young army lieutenant colonel.

Perez was impeached on corruption charges in 1993 and served more than two years of house arrest. He denied the charges alleging they were politically motivated.

Read more by HS News Staff →

Salvadoran Teen, M-13 Gang Member to be Tried as Adult in Killing of Long Island Mom and Child

An unidentified El Salvador minor, and member of the infamous M-13 gang will be tried as an adult for the shooting death of Vanessa Argueta and her two year-old son Diego.  The alleged killer was 17 years old when he lured the 19 year old Argueta, born in the U.S. to Salvadoran immigrants, to an industrial park in Long Island and shot her execution style while shooting Diego in the head twice.

The M-13 gang, also known as the La Mara Salvatrucha, created by Salvadoran immigrants in Los Angeles has now spread across the country with over 500 members in New York City alone.  The name of the gang originates from a street in San Salvador and the Salvatrucha guerillas. Chandra Levy convicted killer Ingmar Guandique was alleged to be a M-13 member.


According to prosecutors Argueta was also involved with members of M-13 and betrayed them to another rival Latino gang, which triggered orders to have her killed.  Two other Salvadoran immigrants are thought to have been involved in the killings and presumed to have fled there. 

Read more at NY Daily News →

Falcons’ Tight End, Tony Gonzalez Makes 2011 Pro Bowl

The roster for the 2011 Pro Bowl has been released, and the Atlanta Falcons’ Tony Gonzalez has been named to the NFC team.

In what will be Gonzalez’s 8th Pro Bowl appearance, the Falcon’s tight end will be an alternate behind starter Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys.

With more than 1,000 receptions in his 14-year career and 87 touchdowns, Gonzalez began his professional career in 1997 when he was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. Gonzalez stayed with the Chiefs until 2008. He was signed to the Atlanta Falcons in 2009.

So far this year, Gonzalez has helped the Falcon’s win the National Football Conference South. The team could certainly see a division title and advance to the playoffs.

The Pro Bowl 2011 will be played in Honolulu, Hawaii on January 30th.

Born to a Mexican mother, this Mexican-American 34-year-old footballer, is the father of two children, and has recently admitted to thoughts of retirement, which this could make this Gonzalez’s last Pro Bowl.

Read more by HS News Staff →

Fear of Cholera-Causing Bacteria Keeps Haitian Farmers from Harvesting Rice

Farmers in north-western Haiti are likely to lose a significant portion of their rice harvest due to reluctance to work in paddy fields they fear are contaminated by the cholera-causing bacteria, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said today, adding that it is helping to carry out a hygiene awareness campaign among the farming communities.

A cholera epidemic in Haiti has claimed the lives of more than 2,700 people and infected some 130,000 others since October. 

FAO said it is working with the Haitian ministries of agriculture and health to provide hygiene information to farmers. The agency’s preliminary assessment indicates that many farmers are avoiding the harvest, fearing that the water in the rivers and canals that irrigate their paddies and other fields might be infected.

There are also reports of consumers avoiding food produced in regions affected by the cholera outbreak, a factor that could further damage trade in agricultural produce. The agency and its partners are also supporting the assessment on cholera’s impact on food security and rural livelihoods.

The effects of the cholera outbreak on agriculture were compounded by the November floods brought on by hurricane Tomas, which damaged farming infrastructure and damaged up to 78,000 hectares of crops

Read more by HS News Staff →

Univision’s “Soy Tu Dueña” Season Finale Makes Television History

With its season finale reaching 9.4 million total viewers “Soy tu Dueña” is the top-rated show on broadcast TV across all key demographics, regardless of language in television history.

Univision’s primetime novela blockbuster makes it the #1 network for nighttime TV, beating ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CW among several key demographics, including all adults 18-49, adults 18-34 and persons 12-34

Monday’s broadcast of the series finale of “Soy tu Dueña” reached 9.4 million viewers who tuned in to all or part of the program, and averaged 7.3 million total viewers throughout the entire broadcast earning a place among the Top 5 novela finale’s of all-time in the history of Univisión (since 1992).

“We are extremely proud of the success of ‘Soy Tu Dueña’ and the historic imprint it has left in the television industry in the U.S.,” said Luis Fernández, president of Entertainment for Univision Network and of Univision Studios. “This is a great example of the ongoing popularity of the novela genre among U.S. viewers of all ages and the power and reach of Univision’s primetime lineup.”

In the current 2010/2011 season, “Soy Tu Dueña,” on average, delivered more Adult 18-34 and Adult 18-49 viewers than many of the regularly-scheduled primetime programs on English-language television, including:

Adults 18-34 (1.8 million)

ABC’s “Better With You,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Castle,” “Detroit 1-8-7,” “The Middle,” “No Ordinary Family,” “Skating With the Stars” and “Supernanny”

CBS’ “$#*! My Dad Says,” “Blue Bloods,” “CSI,” “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: NY,” “The Defenders,” “The Good Wife,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Medium,” “The Mentalist,” “Mike & Molly,” “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Rules of Engagement”

NBC’s “Apprentice 10,” “Biggest Loser 10,” “Chase,” “Chuck,” “Community,” “The Event,” “Law and Order: LA,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Parenthood” and “Undercovers”

FOX’s “Fringe,” “Good Guys,” “Human Target,” “Lie to Me” and “Running Wilde”

CW’s entire primetime line-up which consists of “90210,” “America’s Next Top Model-9,” “Gossip Girl,” “Hellcats,” “Life Unexpected,” “Nikita,” “One Tree Hill,” “Smallville,” “Supernatural” and “Vampire Diaries”

Adults 18-49 (3.2 million)

ABC’s “Better With You,” “Detroit 1-8-7,” “No Ordinary Family,” “Skating With the Stars” and “Supernanny”

CBS’ “Blue Bloods,” “CSI: NY” and “Medium”

NBC’s “Apprentice 10,” “Chase,” “Chuck,” “Community” and “Undercovers”

FOX’s “Good Guys,” “Human Target, “ “Lie to Me” and “Running Wilde”

CW’s entire line-up which consists of “90210,” “America’s Next Top Model-9,” “Gossip Girl,” “Hellcats,” “Life Unexpected,” “Nikita,” “One Tree Hill,” “Smallville,” “Supernatural” and “Vampire Diaries”


Univision’s next 9pm novela, beginning January 3, will be “Triunfo del Amor” (Triumph of Love), which brings back together stars Maité Perroni (“Cuidado con el Ángel,” “Mi Pecado”) and William Levy (“Cuidado con el Ángel,” “Sortilegio”). Produced by Salvador Mejía, creator of blockbuster novelas such as “Mundo de Fieras” (Love and Cruelty) and “La Madrastra” (The Stepmother), the novela’s stellar cast also includes actresses Victoria Ruffo and Daniela Romo, as well as Osvaldo Ríos, Salvador Pineda, Dominika Paleta, Carmen Salinas, Pablo Montero, and soccer superstar Cuauhtémoc Blanco, making his acting debut.

Read more by HS News Staff →

Conservative Organization Claims Asylum, Refugee Seekers Could Pose Danger to U.S.

According to the conservative group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), increased asylum and refugee policies will open doors to terrorists and criminals looking to enter the United States.

They add that along with public safety risks, the government’s policies for asylum seekers and those looking for temporary protected status are a drain on the U.S. economy, and that many terrorists use the policies as an opportunity to manipulate the country’s immigration system.

The report even goes so far as to say that because there is a known Islamic terrorist group active in Somalia, the increase in Somali asylum seekers since 2000 “raises the prospect that among these asylum applicants are terrorists.”

There has also been an increase in the number of Mexican nationals seeking asylum over the last several years, and this also causes FAIR to claim the drug violence in the U.S. will increase.

“The approval of these asylum applications ignores the international standard that the individual does not qualify as a refugee if he or she may find refuge elsewhere in the country,” said FAIR’s report. “If Mexicans could not find refuge from violence elsewhere in the country, this would constitute an open invitation to all the millions of Mexicans who would like to seek a better life in the United States to attempt to take advantage of our humanitarian policy.”

FAIR wants the U.S. government to address the prospect of returning to the “original intent” of refugee policy and only offer protection to those who flee their home countries due to the fear of persecution upon their return, and to refuse refugee applications of those already living in the United States as their residence disputes persecution.

Read more at Homeland Securty Today →

Hispanic or Black Job Applicants Shouldn’t be Denied Employment Due to Credit History Govt Say

Since at least 2008, Kaplan Higher Education has rejected job applicants based on their credit history. This practice has an unlawful discriminatory impact because of race and is neither job-related nor justified by business necessity, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a recent lawsuit.  It seems the company did not hire more African Americans and Hispanics due to their bad credit. 

As a result of these practices, the company has violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, according to the lawsuit (Civil Action No. 1:10-cv-02882) filed by the EEOC’s Cleveland Field Office in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. It is a violation of Title VII to use hiring practices that have a discriminatory impact because of race and that are not job-related and justified by business necessity.

Attorneys for the EEOC have stated background checks can wrongly exclude large percentage of minority applicants.  Whereas Kaplan spokeswoman, Michele Pore, said the background check and credit history were necessary because the employees would be advising students on financial aid. 

The EEOC attempted to reach a voluntary settlement before filing suit. The EEOC seeks injunctive relief in its lawsuit, as well as lost wages and benefits and offers of employment for people who were not hired because of Kaplan Higher Education’s use of job applicants’ credit history.

Workplace discrimination charge filings with the federal agency nationwide rose to an unprecedented level of 99,922 during fiscal year 2010.

Read more at Fox 2 Now →

7 Brazilian Birds Now on U.S. Endangered List

7 Brazilian Birds Now on U.S. Endangered List

Photo: Southeastern Rufous-Vented Ground-Cuckoo

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The populations of seven South American birds found almost exclusively in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest and Cerrado biome have dropped to such low numbers that they are now being listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act.

Tuesday’s announcement from the Fish and Wildlife Service stated that due in large part to deforestation in the area, many of the seven are considered critically endangered and are at risk of extinction in the wild.

The birds now on the list are:

• black-hooded antwen
• cherry-throated tanager
• fringe-backed-fire-eye
• southeastern rufous-vented ground-cuckoo
• Kaempfer’s tody-tyrant
• Margaretta’s hermit
• Brazilian merganser

Listing international species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act restricts buying and selling of imperiled wildlife, increases conservation funding and attention, and can add scrutiny to development projects proposed by U.S. government and multilateral lending agencies such as the World Bank that would destroy or alter their habitat.

“Protecting these species under the Endangered Species Act will give them a better chance of survival, and it will help attract worldwide attention to the urgent plight of these animals,” said Justin Augustine, staff attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity. “We hope the Obama administration continues to undo the significant backlog of foreign species that deserve protection but have yet to receive it.”

Read more by HS News Staff →

We Never Thought We’d be Saying This, but Isn’t Machete Kind of Cute? (VIDEO)

Watch a whole new side to Machete, and remember. Wash your hands. Only claymation can make Danny Trejo kinda cute.

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Guess How Many Gun Stores in Mexico?  Only ONE - Surprised??

If one were to guess how many gun stores are in Mexico, it can almost be guaranteed that that guess would be wrong, because despite the highly publicized violence and number of guns the cartels are using, there is only one gun store in all of Mexico…and it’s run by the military.

On a military base in Mexico City sits the sole place to legally buy a gun in the entire country of Mexico. To purchase a firearm one must prove they have earned their income honestly, have no criminal record, and if they have served in the military, they must have a spotless record, and have served with honor. If approved, each person may still only purchase one gun, and a box of bullets.

Mexican authorities insist that 90 percent of guns in Mexico have been smuggled in from the United States. President Felipe Calderon has reported that Mexican forces have captured over 93,000 weapons over the last four years, and while the U.S. and Mexican governments have said they have traced 73,000 seized weapons, they both refuse to share the results on the traces.

On the U.S. side of the border there are over 6,600 federally licensed firearms dealers, and according to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, in the last year, at least 14 million guns are believed to have been sold in the U.S., though no one knows the exact number.

In Mexico City, Lt. Col. Raul Manzano Velez, director of the gun store, says he can precisely account for every firearm sold in the shop. The number of guns sold in the military shop each year has averaged at 6,490 since 2006. Though, while gun sales drop, illegal weapon seizures have drastically risen.

Manzano says that while he can say that there is a decrease in gun sales from his store, he knows how easy it is to get a gun elsewhere these days.

“We have a higher rate of crimes where the weapon involved is coming from the black market,” said Manzano, “And that happens because in our country, it is much easier to buy a gun on the black market than” at his store.

Read more at The Washington Post →

Who Do You Think Deserves to be the Hispanic Athlete of The Year? Vote Here Only 3 Days Left!

Cast your vote (in the comment section) from the following top-ten list of Hiaspanic athletes HS-News has compiled; we will count them and publish the results on Jan 2 2011.

Lionel MessiImage

Rafael NadalImage

Andrés IniestaImage

Fernando AlonsoImage

Iker CasillasImage

Diego ForlánImage

Edgar RenteríaImage

Xavi HernándezImage

Sergio MartínezImage

Caín VelázquezImage

Read more by HS News Staff →

Mexican Pop Singer Kalimba To Face Sexual Assault Allegations in Court

Mexican pop singer Kalimba will have to appear in court for the alleged rape of two underage girls at an after party on December 19.

According to testimonies, both girls were hired on a no pay basis to be hostesses during Kalimba’s December 18 performance at the Buddha Bar club near Cancun. They were told their pay would be in the form of “hanging out” with the artist.

Following the performance in which Kalimba was billed as DJ Tripod, the artist and staff members, went to the Marlon Hotel for an after party where free drinks would be served.

The first girl said she and the second girl were invited to the after party by the bar’s manager. The 17-year old who has preferred to remain unnamed stated to have been sexually abused by Kalimba after she fall asleep at around 3 a.m.  in the singer’s hotel room. She filed the complaint at a local public ministry the following Monday, on December 20, while accompanied by her aunt.

Another 17-year old came forth on Tuesday, also accusing Kalimba of sexually assaulting her, but in a different room. She said fear and embarrassment prevented her to discuss the incident sooner. 

Attorney general Francisco Alor Quezada said medical exams performed on the first girl showed evidence of sexual assault, and it seems conclusive that the singer was involved in the episode. Test results on the second girl were not available, but numerous witnesses put Kalimba in the scene.  Alor Quezada, did not reveal whether the singer or the girls were intoxicated or under the influence of drugs during the times the assault took place.

Kalimba, whose full name is Kalimba Kadjhali Marichal Ibar, is scheduled to appear in a court in Mexico City in the upcoming days,  and make his initial statements regarding the incident.

Kalimba’s Manager, Fernando de La Garza said his client is innocent, and is already in Mexico City consulting with his lawyers, and will face down the accusations.

With regard to the accusations against him, the singer tweeted on Monday:  “You should know that I am not proud of everything I do, I make mistakes, I fall and I sin; but I definitely did not do what I am being accused of.”

Read more by HS News Staff →

UPDATE: Mexico Town’s Lone Officer, Erika Gándara, 28, is Now Missing

UPDATE: Mexico Town’s Lone Officer, Erika Gándara, 28, is Now Missing

Photo: Erika Gandara

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After becoming the only police officer in the village of Guadalupe in northern Mexico this summer, 28-year-old Erika Gándara has gone missing.

Late last week, Gándara was taken from her home, and a dozen gunmen burned her house down, and lit two cars outside her home on fire. While local media is saying she has been kidnapped, her family has not yet filed a kidnap complaint. That same day, a fire was also set at the home of a Guadalupe councilwoman.

Monday, a missing person search officially began for Gándara who, until recently, was only a dispatcher for the police department. After 12 other officers were either killed or quit due to the fear of retaliation from the areas ruthless drug cartels, Gándara stepped up. She admitted she was frightened, but said someone had to try to protect the town, so she continued to patrol the ranch settlements with an assault rifle over her shoulder and a pistol in her hand. She was just one in the growing number of women taking over policing responsibilities in Mexico’s town.

“Lots of people here believe the police are corrupt and on the take,” Gándara said in November. “I do not believe in that because I think where the money is easy, death is going to get you in a hurry.”

With few people willing to take up the policing duties in these towns, women like Gándara and Marisol Valles Garcia—the 20-year-old criminology student and new police chief of nearby Praxedis Guerrero—are stepping up to try to make a difference, though clearly facing daily dangers.

Read more by HS News Staff →

New Study Shows Increased Neighborhood Segregation Despite Increased Diversity

According to a report out of Brown University, though there has been an increase in racial and ethnic diversity in the U.S., there is still a segregation among neighborhoods.

Sociologist John Logan of Brown, and Florida State University sociologist Brian Stults saw the continuation of segregation to be “surprising result,” adding that, “At worst, it was expected that there would be continued slow progress [and not a complete halt]. The growth of the black middle class, the passage of time since fair housing legislation was enacted, and the evidence from surveys that white Americans are becoming more tolerant of black neighborhoods all pointed in that direction.”

Stults and Logan analyzed data from the American Community Survey (ACS) which was recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau. The ACS approximates social, economic, housing, and demographic statistics for all communities throughout the nation, but until the recent release of the 2010 Census all previous studies were based off of old data from the 2000 Census.

Logan and Stults’ findings were as follows:

  * The average non-Hispanic white person continues to live in a neighborhood that looks very different from those neighborhoods where the average black, Hispanic, or Asian lives. The average white person in metropolitan America lives in a neighborhood that is 77 percent white. Still, this represents growing diversity compared to 1980, when the average was 88 percent white.

  * The average black American in metropolitan areas lives in a census tract that is majority black. It appears the same will soon be true for Hispanics. On average, 48 percent of their neighbors are Hispanic and this value is growing steadily.
  * Blacks continue to be the most segregated minority, followed by Hispanics and then Asians. Another surprise in the new data is that while black-white and Hispanic-white segregation is almost the same today as in 2000, segregation of Asians from whites has begun to increase. It is now almost as high as segregation of Hispanics.

  * Progress in residential segregation between blacks and whites since 2000 was even less than in the 1980s. Segregation peaked around 1960. Between 1980 and 2000 it declined at a very slow pace, but analysts have been hoping for a breakthrough since then. The new data show that there is very little change.


“To analyze segregation, Logan and Stults used the Index of Dissimilarity, which measures how evenly two groups are spread across neighborhoods. The lowest possible value is zero, which indicates that the percentage of each group in every neighborhood is the same as their overall percentage in the metropolitan areas. The highest value of 100 indicates that the two groups live in completely different neighborhoods,” said Medical Health News Today.

By this measure:

  * Black-white segregation averaged 65.2 in 2000 and 62.7 now.

  * Hispanic-white segregation was 51.6 in 2000 and 50 today.

  * Asian-white segregation has grown from 42.1 to 45.9.


The release of this report marks the start of the US2010 Project, in which 14 research teams across the U.S.—led by Logan—will gain insight into a broad range of topics relating to American society. With research the teams gather, briefs will be released over the text two years on the topics of education, immigration, segregation, aging, economics, and the changing American family. In the end, a book detailing the collected data will be released by the Russell Sage Foundation.

Read more at Medical News Today →

Man Arrested at Puerto Rican Airport with 49 Heroin Pellets in Stomach

A 27-year-old U.S. citizen was taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Saturday after U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers discovered he was carrying 49 pellets of heroin, with an approximate weight of 1.54 pounds, in his digestive tract.

Rony Rincon Pineyro, arrived Saturday at the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport from La Romana, Dominican Republic and was referred to a CBP secondary inspection where he consented to an X-ray examination. He later admitted swallowing narcotics pellets but denied knowing the number or what they contained.

CBP officers transported Rincon Pineyro to a medical facility for an X-ray examination by a certified technician who verified the presence of foreign objects in his digestive tract.

By Monday morning, Rincon Pineyro had expulsed 49 pellets which tested positive to heroin.  The estimated street value of the seized heroin is $45,000.
The U.S. Attorney for the District of Puerto Rico has accepted this case for prosecution.  The ICE HSI investigation continues.

Read more by HS News Staff →

Hispanic Bar Association Applauds Confirmation of Judge Mary Murguia to Court of Appeals

The Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) applauds the Senate confirmation of the Honorable Mary H. Murguia to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Diana S. Sen, National President of the Hispanic National Bar Assocation (HNBA), noted that “The HNBA is thrilled that Judge Murguia has been confirmed and looks forward to her work on the U.S. Court of Appeals.  Her compelling personal history and accomplished career make her a role model for the Association.  Her exceptional record and her commitment to public service will make her an excellent Judge on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.”

Judge Murguia attended the University of Kansas, where she received both a B.A. and a B.S., and later a law degree. She has devoted her entire career to public service, including serving as Assistant District Attorney in the Wyandotte County District Attorney’s Office, which serves Kansas City, Kansas.  She then served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District of Arizona.

In 1994, Judge Murguia was appointed Criminal Deputy Chief in charge of the Violent Crime Section in the District of Arizona.  There, she handled a significant caseload, trained attorneys, supervised the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force, and was responsible for consulting and staffing major prosecutions, including areas such as domestic terrorism, capital murder, civil rights, the Violence Against Women Act, the Child Support Recovery Act, and gang and juvenile matters.

In 1998, she joined the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, where she became Director in 1999.  In 2000, she became the first Latina federal judge in Arizona.

Read more at Hispanic National Bar Association →



WednesdayDecember 29, 2010