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Wallingford, Conn.: I just found out why No. 45 has such a fascination with the Ku Klux Klan, besides the fact that he needs their votes. In May 1927, 1,000 members of the Klan demonstrated in Queens. There were seven people arrested and their names appeared in an article on the front page of the paper. One of those names was Fred Trump. Sound familiar? Yes, that’s 45’s father. Now Trump has professed many times how much he admired his father. So doesn’t it make sense that if his father told him all about the Klan he would be enamored of them? Trump has denied his father was arrested at a Klan rally but all you have to do to verify his father’s involvement in the incident is to check it out in the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress does not contain fake news! About all those monuments being torn down, I have a suggestion: How about we tear down all the Trump Towers around the world, because they’re just monuments to 45’s ego and they offend me terribly. Barbara Boucher

Brooklyn: This is just a tragedy, end of story, period (“Cop faces suit,” Sept. 18). Mildred Galarza wants this lawsuit to promote a policy change? No, she wants it for free money in her pocket. If you want policy change, then why sue for money? Let me guess this is the only way for them to understand! As for Sanford Rubenstein, this guy would bring a ham sandwich to court if he could get a dollar out of it. He wants all officers to be trained in Tasers even though they don’t use them. Why? Easy: So they also could be named in a lawsuit and be held liable. The City of New York and especially the NYPD are looked at as free money,
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Fire crews extinguished the blaze, which left area residents temporarily without power.

Southern California Edison employees traced the cause of the fire to a power surge coming from a nearby business.

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“Modiji ki notebandi ne aatankavad ki aisi kamar todi ki vigat ek maah mein hamare 45 bahadur sainik shahid ho chuke hai (The noteban by Modi has broken the back of terrorism so badly that we lost 45 brave soldiers in just the last 30 days),” Tejashwi Yadav said in a tweet.

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In March, a Tehama County judge ordered Kevin Janson Neal to stay away from neighbors and turn in his firearms.

But that edict, part of a temporary restraining order sought by his neighbor, did not keep Neal away from his weapons. Residents said that in recent months they heard him shooting off guns at his home with impunity.

Then, on Tuesday, he went on a rampage across his rural community of Rancho Tehama, killing 5 people, wounding 10 and shooting up a local elementary school.

Since January, Johnston said, his department had responded to multiple calls from Rancho Tehama residents that Neal was shooting, and one woman told the Times she summoned officers a week ago after hearing screaming, followed by gunfire, from the general vicinity of his house.

The order for Neal to turn in his weapons was automatically entered into the state’s criminal records system to put officers on alert. Proof of service records show a Sheriff’s Department employee delivered the court order to the home of Neal, according to the order. Court records show that he turned in one gun in February and claimed he didn’t own any more.

The Sheriff’s Department had handled a criminal case against Neal involving a neighbor whom he allegedly stabbed in the abdomen in January, and those charges remained pending.

She alleged that Neal harassed her and guests, and she complained of his “use of firearms.”

Without naming her, sheriff’s officials have confirmed that the woman seeking the protective order was among Neal’s first victims.

She gave her address as 6955 Bobcat Lane in Rancho Tehama, and Neal’s as 6970 on the same road.

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She described being stabbed with a seven inch knife, “also punched in the face, another house member was punched in face, and thrown down to the ground.”

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“They can be at home, at school, at any place, plug it in, and no one would know.” said Dr. Mila Vascones Gatski, a substance abuse counselor at Arlington Schools.

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Last year, she confiscated one e cigarette in six months. This year, it two per week, and most are Juul.

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The sluggish economy has been good to Plato’s Closet. After all, what teen doesn’t like a $175 pair of super hot jeans for $60? Or a $70 pair of Uggs boots for $10?

The fashion resale chain is opening more stores, expanding others and generally enjoying healthy results as teens and twenty somethings adjust to the economy just like their parents and buy discount clothes, used or not.

Winmark Corp., which also operates the resale shops Once Upon A Child, Music Go Round, and Play It Again Sports, last year opened 52 new Plato’s stores, bringing the grand total to more than 300.

By comparison, Hollister has just more than 500 stores, and their same store sales fell 8 percent in January.

The seven Tampa Bay Plato’s stores are growing volume at more than 10 percent for several years. There’s a new location in Wesley Chapel. And this April, the tiny location on Kennedy Avenue will move to a bigger space in Britton Plaza the hub for discount shopping smack in the middle of an affluent enclave.

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Here’s a FAQ of sorts about the company and its strategies:

A: Most items are about 70 percent off the price at the mall. Some items have steeper discounts, while things like highly fashionable jeans sell for about 50 percent off. Some examples:

A $175 pair of True Religion jeans would cost $60 at Plato’s Closet.

$50 $60 pair of American Eagle jeans would cost $16.

$24 $29 tank top from Hollister would cost $6 $8.

Each location sells about 2,000 items a week on average three times that during back to school and holiday seasons.

Alyna Baker stocked up at the Wesley Chapel location, buying warm clothes before a trip to New York City: A $10 pair of Uggs boots that retail for $70 in the mall, plus a “Totally sweet Cocoa coat for $12 that sells for $50 in the mall.”

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About one in 20 items still have the store tag on because people received them as gifts, or it’s after the 90 day return window at most mall stores. Sellers must wash or dry clean any item before selling.

Q: How current are the styles?

A: That short time window for accepting merchandise matches the teen mindset, said Laura Hunt, founder and stylist of St. Petersburg based Freeway Fashions.

Teens hawkishly study TV shows like Laguna Beach, The Hills or Glee for new fashions, and make their own home made “haul” videos to show off items they bring home from the store, Hunt said. “Those haul videos are the first thing my two daughters watch when they can,” she said. “And they’ll go to places like Plato’s or thrift stores and find ways to put those together.”

Like their parents, teens now have a realistic attitude about the economy, layoffs and personal budgets, and there’s a new sense of pride in frugality that plays to Plato’s strategy. “It’s almost better for them now to say to their friends ‘Look what I got for $5 instead of $50 at the mall,'” Hunt said.

A: No. Plato’s pays cash for clothes, then sells for their own profit.

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Dale W Eisinger11:17, 20 JUN 2017Updated12:04, 20 JUN 2017Doctors don’t know if Nylaha Lewis will survive the next 24 hours (Image: abc7)

A teenager who didn’t want to be a father beat his 16 month old daughter into a coma on Father’s Day and now doctors say her chances of surviving the next 24 hours are extremely low.

Shaquan Taylor, 18, cracked daughter Nylaha Lewis’ skull and gave her a black eye during the horrific attack.

Little Nylaha has bleeding on the brain, multiple skull fractures and bruising on her face, legs and other parts of her body

The young girl, who is being treated at Maimonides Medical Center, needed a blood transfusion, reports the New York Daily News .

Nylaha’s condition is said to be critical, with doctors unsure whether she will survive the next few days.

The incident occurred on Sunday at Taylor’s home in Coney Island, New York.

Neighbours said they heard the child crying after Taylor claimed she had fallen off the bed while he was watching her.

He then messaged Nylaha’s mother, Tammy Lewis, and told her that there was a problem and she needed to come and pick her daughter up.

When Miss Lewis, 17, arrived she tried to call emergency services but ABC 7 News reported that Taylor beat her too before running out of the apartment.

Taylor hid nearby but was later apprehended by police.

Police charged him early Monday with felony assault and acting in a manner injurious to a child younger than 17. He was also charged with beating Lewis.

Taylor denied beating his daughter, first claiming she fell off the bed, according to the New York Daily News. Then he said she fell off the toilet, but doctors told police the girl’s injuries were not consistent with a fall.

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