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    (CNN)Questions always arise when tragedy strikes. So when a 14-year-old boy fell to his death on March 24 on an amusement park ride in Orlando, Florida, there were questions about who should be held responsible and how the incident happened in the first place.Tyre Sampson fell from the Orlando FreeFall drop tower, which takes riders up and then drops them nearly 400 feet at speeds that reach more than 75 mph, according to ICON Park, where the incident happened. Two seats on the FreeFall were manually adjusted "presumably, to allow for larger riders," according to an April 18 statement by state Rep. Geraldine Thompson based on a report produced by Quest Engineering & Failure Analysis, Inc., a forensic engineering firm hired to investigate the incident.One of the ride's seats had been loosened, adjusted and tightened for a restraint that was 4 inches more than the normal opening range, the report said. The FreeFall manufacturer's guideline puts a rider's weight limit at 250 pounds.Read More"My son was 6'5, 340. So, he's a big guy," said Tyre's father, Yarnell Sampson.His death is...
    Maggie Drew’s dad sent her to Circle of Hope Girls’ Ranch in Missouri in 2007, hoping strict Christian teachings would stop his 14-year-old daughter’s teenage rebellion. Instead, Drew said, she found herself in a nightmare, sexually abused by one of the boarding school’s founders and left with permanent spinal injuries after a fall from a hay barn for which she received no medical attention. Just 25 miles away at another Christian boarding school, Brett Harper says he endured abuse that included staff members stomping on his back. They are among dozens of people who say they were abused at either Circle of Hope or Agape Boarding School — allegations that helped prompt a new Missouri law aimed at reining in religious boarding schools that for decades went without any oversight by the state. “I still have nightmares about these people and the things they did to us,” Drew said. The founders of Circle of Hope face around 100 charges, some alleging sexual abuse. Agape’s doctor is charged with child sex crimes and five employees are accused of assault, though Missouri’s...
    The French parliament this Sunday approved a bill to introduce a vaccine pass in the final vote, which the government wants to implement as soon as possible in the face of a resurgence of the Covit-19 epidemic. With 215 votes against 58, 7 abstained. Socialist representatives want to send legislation to the Constitutional Court, which will continue to examine possible violations of “fundamental freedoms”, which will delay the passage of the law for several days. This Saturday night, the Senate, the upper house of the French parliament, voted on the bill, although it had several disagreements with the National Assembly, which had the last word. Sunday’s referendum put an end to two weeks of particularly tumultuous legislative process, interrupted by episodes of political storm created by President Emmanuel Macron. The Vaccine Pass is an attempt by the French government to impose large social restrictions on people who do not want to be vaccinated against Covit-19 and to force about five million people to be vaccinated. The law replaced the previous health passport (vaccine or negative test), using one exclusively on...
    Local Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials in Zhejiang, a province neighboring Shanghai, ordered residents to “limit family gatherings to ten people” on Monday in an effort to contain the province’s surging Chinese coronavirus caseload, the online magazine Sixth Tone reported. “Sun Liming, deputy director of Zhejiang Health Commission, said the province will implement strict control over social gatherings, cultural events, and conferences,” according to Sixth Tone. “Officials are urging residents to limit family gatherings to 10 people, while restricting indoor entertainment venues and restaurant dining to a 50 percent capacity.” Shanghai’s local Communist Party committee oversees Sixth Tone’s operation through the Chinese state-run Shanghai United Media Group, which owns the online publication. Three of Zhejiang’s main cities — Ningbo, Hangzhou, and Shaoxing — reported a combined total of 138 new coronavirus cases between December 6 and December 13. The three cities accounted for 74 of the 80 coronavirus cases documented in Zhejiang on December 12, “with most cases concentrated in Shaoxing and Ningbo, respectively,” provincial health authorities told reporters at a press conference on Sunday. People waiting to undergo nucleic...
    The Central Bank of Cuba (BCC), published the regulations for the use of cryptocurrencies in commercial transactions. As well as stipulating the issuance of licenses that will allow cryptocurrency providers to operate on the island. It should be noted that in May the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, had indicated that the Government was analyzing the “convenience” of using cryptocurrencies in the country’s economic operations. Well, the time has come! Indeed, Cuba’s decision to join the adoption of cryptocurrencies. It could help the country bypass the US sanctions regime. In this regard, Boaz Sobrado, a financial technology data analyst, said: “It is historical that they are adopting it. The fact that they are regulating cautiously shows that they are interested in what I can bring to them. ‘ Oddly enough. You are bringing some kind of legitimacy to the space. It has become too big to ignore. Banco Central de Cuba recognizes and regulates cryptocurrencies Specifically, the Central Bank of Cuba published in the Official Gazette No. 73 Extraordinary of August 26, 2021, Resolution 215/2021. In short, signed by its...
    07/19/2021 at 5:38 PM CEST Scientists from the University of Bern and the Friedrich Miescher Institute in Basel have identified a group of neurons located in the central amygdala that are capable of regulating our responses to fear. Under certain conditions, they can reduce the negative impact of fear, which leads to various psychosocial disorders, such as anxiety. The afraid It is a primary emotion that is generated in the presence of a possible danger, and that in certain situations can be positive to keep us safe. However, it can also be motivated by distorted perceptions of reality, which produce extreme anguish without a real and concrete basis. In these cases, the person can fall into deep anxiety attacks and even reach depression. In Europe, about 15 percent of the population is affected by anxiety disorders, generated from exaggerated responses to fear that cause trauma, stress and other psychological problems. Therapies are often ineffective, because a detailed neurobiological understanding of fear and its consequences is lacking. The role of the amygdala Now, the Swiss researchers in...
    More On: religion Pilgrims return to Spain’s Camino de Santiago after pandemic shutdown Upstate NY monks overwhelmed with requests to train pandemic puppies Hillsong pastor accuses unnamed leader of bullying, sexual abuse, ‘boob job’ offer Christian diet guru among seven presumed dead in Tennessee plane crash ROME — The Vatican took steps Friday to better regulate Catholic lay religious movements by imposing term limits on their leaders and requiring internal elections to be representative of their memberships. The Vatican’s laity office cracked down on the largely unregulated world of international associations of the faithful after some cases of abuses of authority and bad governance had been reported. Canon lawyers and theologians said the crackdown was perhaps a sign that other lay movements, which have flourished over the last half-century but were largely left to govern themselves, might be similarly targeted. It follows the Vatican’s recent decision to rewrite its sex abuse laws to also provide punishments for lay Catholics in positions of authority in the church who commit abuse, rather than to focus exclusively on clerics. The Vatican’s laity...
    Paris Hilton returned to Salt Lake City, Utah on Tuesday for a ceremonial bill signing for a law that regulates treatment centers for troubled teens in the state. The legislation for facilities that treat teens with behavioral and mental health issues gained final approval in the Legislature in early March, about a month after Hilton gave emotional testimony in support of the bill. Gov. Spencer Cox signed the bill last month but held a ceremonial signing with Hilton on Tuesday. The new law will require more government oversight of youth residential treatment centers and documentation for when they use restraints. It will also prohibit treatment centers from using sedation or mechanical restraints without prior authorization. Hilton testified she was abused mentally and physically at a Utah boarding school, where she said staff members would beat her, force her to take unknown pills, watch her shower and send her to solitary confinement without clothes as punishment. PARIS HILTON TALKS ABOUT HER BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL PHOTO WITH AN UNINVITED GUEST: ‘KIND OF AWKWARD’ Paris Hilton poses for a photo in front...
    Fox News’ Brit Hume defended the network Tuesday night after a piece from Washington Post columnist and CNN analyst Max Boot saying cable companies should “step in and kick Fox News off.” Boot’s column was headlined “Trump couldn’t have incited sedition without the help of Fox News” and said, “CNN (where I’m a global affairs analyst) notes that the United Kingdom doesn’t have its own version of Fox News, because it has a government regulator that metes out hefty fines to broadcasters that violate minimal standards of impartiality and accuracy. The United States hasn’t had that since the Federal Communications Commission stopped enforcing the ‘fairness’ doctrine in the 1980s. As president, Biden needs to reinvigorate the FCC. Or else the terrorism we saw on Jan. 6 may be only the beginning, rather than the end, of the plot against America.” Boot subsequently defended putting the onus on cable companies: I respectfully disagree with @kdrum who advocates advertiser boycotts against Fox and eschew my idea of pressuring cable cos (https://t.co/gf4lMXAqgU). Boycotts have failed, because Fox derives more revenues from user fees....
    Nathan Horton has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly illegally trapping and exporting thousands of freshwater turtles in Georgia in violation of the Lacey Act, which regulates the trafficking and labeling of wildlife, fish, and plants. “Illegal wildlife trafficking both decimates species and undermines the rule of law,” said U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak. “We are committed to working with our law enforcement partners to prosecute those who violate our nation’s wildlife protection statutes for the sake of illegal profit.” “The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Law Enforcement, considers the illegal trapping and commercialization of Georgia’s protected turtle species a high priority, and we will continue to work closely with our State partners to protect the irreplaceable natural resources,”  said Assistant Director Ed Grace. “Wildlife crime has no place in Georgia! It is no longer lawful to trap freshwater turtles on a commercial basis in Georgia or export them out of the state, period. Georgia is filled with pristine natural resources and diverse ecosystems...
    Budapest, Jul 12 (EFE) .- The requirements to enter Hungary will be regulated according to three categories on the epidemiological situation of the countries of origin, in a so-called “traffic light system”, where the red color indicates the prohibition of entering Magyar territory. , announced today the Minister of the Interior, Gergely Gulyás. Travelers from green category countries, to which the vast majority of partners in the European Union (EU), Spain included, can freely enter the country, although random tests are planned for visitors. A two-week quarantine, which may be lifted after two negative tests within five days, applies to those arriving from “yellow” nations, such as Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, the United States, Serbia, Japan, China, Norway or Russia, among others. In red are the vast majority of the States of Latin America and Africa, as well as Australia and many of Asia, and even several Europeans, including Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro or Ukraine and Belarus. Exempt from the entry ban that applies “in red” are Hungarian citizens arriving from those countries, who must...
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