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The rent's on me, Powerball winner Pedro Quezada tells his Passaic, N.J., neighbors
Mar-31-2013 466 0


Powerball winner Pedro Quezada is hosting a rent party — for his entire block.

A close friend of the newly minted megamillionaire said Quezada promised to temporarily cover the housing costs for residents in the Passaic, N.J., neighborhood that housed his bodega.

“He said he’s going to pay the rent for everybody here on this block for at least a month or two months,” the friend said Saturday outside Quezada’s Apple Deli Grocery. “He’s such a good guy.”

Word of Quezada’s magnanimous gesture left several of his neighbors stunned.

“God bless him, and thank you,” crowed Richard Delgado, 45, after learning of the pledge.

John Koblarz’s eyes lit up when he heard Quezada had offered to cover his neighbors’ rents.

But then the 78-year-old landlord came to his senses.

“Oh, he can't afford to pay mine,” Koblarz said. “Mine is $20,000. I own the building!”

Neighbors were stunned over Quezada's kind gesture. Above, Pedro hoists his $338 million check.

Quezada, whose generosity is now the stuff of legend, was nowhere to be found Saturday, five days after he claimed the $338 million Powerball jackpot. But the Dominican immigrant was still the talk of the neighborhood.

Residents said the hardworking Quezada, 45, is considered a local hero.

“He’s somebody who needs it, not like the people who had millions already and won it,” said Delgado.
Cheech Rivera, 57, said he hardly ever saw Quezada or his wife because they were always too busy working to attend summer block parties.

“They struggled. They are always constantly working,” said Rivera. “They don’t really have time to get together with us.”

Piles of mail were stacked outside Quezada’s home, including a letter from a Morgan Stanley adviser with a handwritten note on the envelope.

“I want to help you,” it read.

Quezada put his bodega up for sale just two days after scoring the fourth-largest Powerball payout in history. The freshly retired Quezada opted for a lump-sum payout that will provide a $152 million payday.

And he’s already taken care of the $29,000 he owed in child support, according to his friend.

Officials in Passaic County said Saturday that a child-support warrant was stayed until 1:30 p.m. on Monday, when Quezada is due to appear in court.

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Sara Sidner Oct-23-2014 117 0
There is never a day where at least one person isn't outside the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department sitting or standing near an anemic tree, the only place for a bit of shade.

At night, the crowd tends to swell, and the protest grows more intense.

There are almost always two or three people streaming events live. You can hear them loudly sharing thoughts or giving a play-by-play of what's happening.

While their cameras capture lives images, they call out what they think are injustices surrounding the August shooting of Michael Brown and the subsequent police crackdown on protesters in the 10 weeks or so since Brown was killed by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson.
The police are geared up with cameras as well. They wear body cameras, and any time officers approach protesters there is usually at least one officer with a handheld camera, too.

It's a careful dance in which protesters and police are trying to make sure they have proof if a law is broken or someone's civil rights are violated.

Both outside the police department, and roughly 2 miles east -- along the main protest route, where most of the imagery of the sometimes-violent protests has originated -- tension can go from zero to 100 in seconds on any given night.

Police can tally dozens of arrests a night since the city erupted. Among those placed in cuffs were journalists, clergy, a local rapper, a state senator, a St. Louis alderman and activist/intellectual Cornel West.

It's tough to predict the mood each night. On Tuesday, a small group of about 50 protesters caused no disturbances, and there were no arrests, police said. The next night, five police officers were assaulted with rocks, water bottles and a metal rod as demonstrators blocked traffic and knocked down barricades outside the police department.

Protesters, many of them increasingly suspicious of a recent spate of leaks surrounding the Brown investigation, say there will be more nights like Wednesday than Tuesday should a grand jury not indict Wilson.

On West Florissant, where thousands of protesters have marched for months chanting things like "Hands up, don't shoot," buildings still bear the scars of the community's frustration.

At businesses such as the Ferguson Market & Liquor and Red's BBQ, plywood slats sit where windows once stood before violent elements among the protesters looted and vandalized businesses along the corridor. The QuikTrip that was one of the first businesses attacked still lies in shambles, a chain link fence protecting it from further damage.

Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou, a Boston-based author and pastor who grew up in St. Louis, has been participating in the protests. He has been arrested twice.

As he walks by the burnt-out convenience store just a few blocks from where Brown died, he says, "Democracy is on fire, and we're called to be firemen."

Asked to elaborate -- is he all right with the looting and burning? -- he says he'd prefer that the protests unfold without the violence and destruction.

"I mean, it is not my preference, no," he said. "I'm more concerned about the conditions that produced this -- the simmering poverty, the simmering oppression, the simmering alienation, the existential crises that black youth feel in America. I am far more concerned about the condition that produced the burning of buildings."

"It appears Ferguson will not imminently simmer down, and a group called Ferguson October hoped to grow the demonstrations with a "national day of action against police brutality" on Wednesday.

Many protesters are preparing for the possibility that the grand jury may decline to indict Wilson. If that's the case, one protester told CNN this week, "Excuse my French, all hell is going to break loose."

That has been a pervasive sentiment since the protests began: Many in Ferguson don't care about reports that a scuffle preceded the shooting and that Brown may have reached for Wilson's gun.

The only facts that matter, they say, is that Wilson shot perhaps as many as 11 times, hitting Brown six times above the waist. The fatal shots came as he stood roughly 30 feet away from Wilson's police cruiser, and, according to some witnesses, with his hands up in surrender.

It's an unnecessary use of force, say many residents who feel Wilson aimed to kill, not arrest, Brown.

Marquita Rogers, a 27-year-old mother of two who lives a few blocks from the Canfield Green subdivision where Brown died, said in August, when the protests were at their ugliest, that she didn't care what Brown did before encountering Wilson.

"Jaywalking? Smarting off? Stealing cigars? Running? You're not supposed to die for that," she said.

Her neighbors, Arvid Wilkerson, 22, and Patricia Pendelton, also predicted during August interviews -- days after a grand jury started hearing evidence in the case and the Justice Department announced an independent investigation -- that the turmoil in Ferguson would only worsen if Wilson wasn't indicted.

"If this police officer don't get no kind of charge," said Pendelton, 41, a nurse, shaking her head, "they think it's chaos now?"

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New Jersey man was busted for allegedly selling heroin under a variety of brand names — such as "Ebola."

Barnabas Davis, 47, of Toms River, was arrested Monday after officers found him with 633 wax folds of heroin and about 40 grams of crack cocaine, the Toms River Police Department announced Wednesday.

The individual doses of heroin were packaged separately with stamps for a variety of brand names, according to Officer Ralph Stocco.

These names, often offensive, make it easier for customers to ask for a particular type of the highly addictive drug.

"Different dealers have different potencies and products. Many times they are labeled with catchy phrases," Stocco told the Daily News. "In the past we have had Bin Laden, Hello Kitty, D.O.A., Twin Towers, 911, gumball, pow, etc."

The department's special enforcement team had obtained a search warrant during an investigation into the distribution of heroin from the rear suites of a Ramada Inn located at 2373 Route 9 in Toms River.

Stocco said hotel staff had no knowledge of the drug operation and have cooperated fully with law enforcement.

"For perspective, the main hotel sits on the site and where this occurred is at a separate other building on the property as an 'extended stay suite.' It is 100 to 200 yards from the main hotel," he told The News.

The suspect's last known address is the Briar Knolls Condominium Complex in Toms River.

Davis, also known as Hammer, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of crack cocaine and possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute.

He is being held at the Ocean County Jail in lieu of $300,000 bail.

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Oct-23-2014 164 0
WHO:
National Bar Association

WHAT:
DAY OF ACTION IN HOUSTON
Know Your Rights Because It Could Save Your Life Town Hall

WHEN:
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

WHERE:
Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Room 105-107
3100 Cleburne St.
Houston, TX 77004

WASHINGTON, DC – In light of the recent incidents involving police officers’ use of excessive and deadly force which has caused the deaths of Jordan Baker, Kenneth Brian Releford and Mark Vincent Ames, (Houston, Texas) and the injuries to Robert R. Tolan (Bellaire, Texas), Marquise Jones (San Antonio, TX), Clinton Allen (Dallas, Texas), Jermaine Darden (Ft. Worth, Texas), Michael Brown (Ferguson, MO), Ezell Ford and Omar Abrego (Los Angeles, CA), Rodney Mitchell (Sarasota, FL), Eric Garner (Staten Island, NY), John Crawford (Beavercreek, OH), and a number of other unnamed, and unarmed, individuals, the National Bar Association (NBA) is hosting a “Know Your Rights, Because It Could Save Your Life Town Hall” meeting in Houston, Texas, to educate the community and call for justice in the killings of Jordan Baker, Marquise Jones, Kenneth Brian Releford, Mark Vincent Ames and the injuries to Robert Tolan.

“During the Town Hall, attendees will learn how the Fourth Amendment (Search & Seizure) of the United States Constitution applies to them, whether it is legal to record the police activity and how citizens should behave/respond if, and when, they interface with police officers. In addition, panelists will address issues of inequality and racial bias in policing, the justice system, and violence against members of minority communities,” stated Pamela J. Meanes, President of the National Bar Association.

The National Bar Association joins The Greater Houston Coalition for Justice in saying, “Houston, We Have a Problem.” From 2000-2011 there were over 2,100 use of force complaints filed against Houston Police Officers. From 2008-2012, Houston Police Department (HPD) officers shot 121 people, 52 fatally, 10 of whom were unarmed. HPD officers have been cleared by Harris County grand juries 288 consecutive times for shootings of civilians. The Greater Houston Coalition for Justice filed 48 excessive and deadly force complaints against Houston Police Officers with the Department of Justice (DOJ) in Washington from 2007-2012. No action has been taken by the DOJ!

A September 2013 report on CNN titled “Who’s Policing the Houston Police Department” states that 2/3 of HPD Officers, fired or suspended, get their jobs back or their suspensions overturned. This is the highest rate in the country! Houston City Councilman and former Police Chief C.O. "Brad" Bradford has publicly stated that the citizens of Houston have lost faith in the city's oversight of the use of force by police officers. “We rely on the police to keep us safe and treat us all fairly, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin or religion. But sometimes the police go too far; using excessive force, engaging in racial profiling or illegally restricting an individuals rights. The above statistics demonstrate that the Houston Police Department has simply gone too far,” said President Meanes. “More importantly, these statistics demonstrate that police brutality is a national epidemic.”

Accordingly, the National Bar Association is headed to Houston, Texas to call for a full and independent federal investigation into the Baker, Releford and Ames cases. “These families deserve a full and fair investigation and we plan to stand behind them until a proper investigation is conducted,” President Meanes stated.

The National Bar Association renews its call for the U.S. Department of Justice to conduct a fair and impartial investigation into deaths involving police in Staten Island, New York; Dallas, Texas; San Antonio, Texas; and Beavercreek, Ohio.

ABOUT THE NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION
The National Bar Association was founded in 1925 and is the nation's oldest and largest national network of predominantly African-American attorneys and judges. It represents the interests of approximately 60,000 lawyers, judges, law professors and law students.The NBA is organized around 23 substantive law sections, 9 divisions, 12 regions and 80 affiliate chapters throughout the United States and around the world. For more information, visit: www.nationalbar.org

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Matt Pearce Oct-23-2014 130 0
With a grand jury decision looming on whether a white police officer should face charges in the killing of an unarmed black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Mo., the investigation has sprung a few leaks.

New details from the inquiry into Michael Brown's Aug. 9 death — all provided by unidentified sources and which seem to support Officer Darren Wilson's story of what happened that day — have emerged in St. Louis and national news outlets in recent days.

The details and reports say that Brown struggled with Wilson in his patrol car and that Wilson's gun went off in the car before a brief foot chase ensued.

Wilson ultimately shot Brown several times, and Brown's body lay in the street for more than four hours, kindling a rage on the streets of Ferguson and St. Louis that has yet to wholly subside.

The leaks seemed to create a fresh rupture in trust with black St. Louis-area officials and protesters, who said Wednesday that they were upset with what they saw as another breakdown in the justice system because information from the supposedly secret grand jury continued to appear in the media. The grand jury's decision is expected in November.

"There is no way there should be reports from all these anonymous sources and these 'leaks' ....This is supposed to play out in the courts and the justice system, and not the media," said Patricia Bynes, a Ferguson resident and prominent voice in the protest movement. Quoting a popular chant, she added, "The whole damn system is guilty as hell."

The New York Times reported that investigators found Brown's blood on Wilson's gun, on the interior door panel of Wilson's car and on Wilson's uniform.

The Washington Post reported that several black witnesses had provided details in secret grand jury testimony that supported Wilson's account.

And the official autopsy report, obtained by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, showed a gunshot wound to Brown's hand that appeared to be from close range. That seemed to support the officer's account that there was a struggle for his gun inside his patrol car.

According to the preliminary police account, which was included in the autopsy report, the confrontation began when Wilson spotted Brown and a friend walking in the street:

Wilson "observed the two individuals, he requested that they get out of the roadway. The deceased became belligerent towards Officer Wilson," the police account said.

"As Officer Wilson attempted to exit out of his patrol vehicle the deceased pushed his door shut and began to struggle with Officer Wilson, during the struggle the Officers weapon was un-holstered. The weapon discharged during the struggle.

"The deceased then ran down the roadway. Officer Wilson then began to chase the deceased. As he was giving chase to the deceased, the deceased turned around and ran towards officer Wilson.

"Officer Wilson had his service weapon drawn, as the deceased began to run towards him, he discharged his service weapon several times," the police account said.

Benjamin Crump, the attorney for Brown's family, said he was not surprised by the autopsy report's details.

"Several independent witnesses indicated there was a brief altercation between Michael Brown and Officer Wilson at the patrol car," Crump said in a statement. "What we want to know is why Officer Wilson shot Michael Brown multiple times and killed him even though he was more than 20 feet away from his patrol car; this is the crux of the matter!"

But other activists and St. Louis-area officials saw the leaks as the crux of the matter, deriding news outlets for reporting the leaked information and investigative officials for leaking it.

"A non-transparent grand jury process and a leaky investigation is not the way the outcome of this important case should be determined," tweeted St. Louis Alderman Antonio French, who participated in many Ferguson demonstrations. "These leaks do not help restore people's faith in the justice system. Quite the opposite."

St. Louis County prosecutor's office spokesman Ed Magee said his office probably wouldn't investigate the leaks because prosecutors could not force journalists to divulge their sources and because the information could be coming from federal officials in Washington.

"There's really nothing to investigate," Magee said Wednesday. "We don't have control over anybody leaking anything. All we can control is people in our office and the grand jury, and it's not coming from us or the grand jury."

He said that "you can tell by the information they have" that the leaks are not coming from the grand jury or the prosecutor's office, citing reports using sourcing language such as "officials briefed on the investigation."

"We've got a joint investigation going on (with federal officials), so we're sharing information and we've been sharing information the whole time," Magee said.

A representative for the Justice Department, which is also investigating Brown's death and the Ferguson Police Department, did not immediately comment.

Chris King, managing editor of the St. Louis American, a newspaper for black audiences, said law enforcement officials had offered him the leaks, saying "they had been briefed on the evidence and it didn't look good for Michael Brown supporters," but he declined and decried "third-party hearsay" in an editorial for the paper.

"Tensions are so high that preparations for riots, if Wilson walks free, are discussed in sober terms in local and national media and on street corners," the American said in its editorial. "The editors of these powerful publications have shown a lapse in judgment and ethics that is not only shameful, but actually dangerous. We declare a mistrial in the court of public opinion."

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As of Tuesday night, Dallas nurse Amber Vinson no longer has the Ebola virus in her body, according to a statement from her family.

She is steadily regaining her strength and her spirits are high.

"Amber and our family are ecstatic to receive this latest report on her condition," said Vinson's mom, Debra Berry. "We all know that further treatment will be necessary as Amber continues to regain strength, but these latest developments have truly answered prayers and bring our family one step closer to reuniting with her at home."

Her family and friends were stung by suggestions that Vinson, who volunteered to care for Thomas Eric Duncan – the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. – had been reckless in flying to Cleveland over the Columbus Day holiday for a weekend of wedding planning.

Vinson had checked with the CDC before flying, according to NBC News.

"She's infected for doing something so selfless. We should be applauding her courage," Vinson's friend Emilia Sykes tells PEOPLE.

Vinson's colleague Nina Pham was just four years out of nursing school and knew little about Ebola beyond what she had studied in class and read about in the 1994 bestseller The Hot Zone when patient Duncan was brought to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital where she worked.

But, with her reputation for compassionate caring, she was tapped to care for Duncan, 42, a Liberian national who had unwittingly brought the virus to the U.S. when he arrived in Dallas on Sept. 20.

"It wasn't just her job," Pham's former classmate at Texas Christian University, Lacey Mabry, tells PEOPLE. "It was her calling to help this person." Duncan died Oct. 8.

Now, Pham is fighting for her life in a special isolation unit at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, after contracting the virus herself. In news that is sure to cheer her family, the NIH said Oct. 21 that her condition had been upgraded to good from fair.

Meanwhile, Pham's church, Our Lady of Fatima in Fort Worth, Texas, is planning a fundraiser to help the family. Nina's mom, Diana, "asks that we continue to pray."

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A 33-year-old Georgia man thought he’d found love online and moved to Kentucky to be with her, according to police.

But it wasn’t exactly true love for the Walton County man. Cornelius Jefferson’s new girlfriend wasn’t who she claimed to be online, police said. Jefferson allegedly assaulted the woman around 4:20 Tuesday morning, according to the Laurel County Sheriff’s Department in Kentucky.

“The argument was allegedly because the male subject didn’t think she was like she was on the Internet,” the sheriff’s department posted on its Facebook page. “He allegedly choked her with both hands around the neck and threw food on her and left the scene on foot with two suitcases.”

Deputies located Jefferson walking nearby and he was arrested, according to police. He was charged with fourth-degree assault.

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Oct-22-2014 179 0
Ferguson Police Officer Darren WIlson's account of the confrontation in which Michael Brown was fatally shot has reportedly been leaked, with an independent medical examiner's report backing up his version of events.

Brown had marijuana in his system and was shot at close range in the hand, backing up claims by a police officer that that there was a violent struggle between the Ferguson, Mo. teen and the cop, an independent medical examiner told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

The report supports Wilson's account, given after he shot and killed the 18-year-old on Aug. 9. Witnesses claimed the teen was surrendering when the cop fired. Police maintained Wilson only used his gun after Brown tried to take it – a life-and-death fight inside a police SUV.

A source familiar with Wilson’s version of events, as told to investigators, said the 'incredibly strong' teen punched Wilson and then pressed the barrel of the cop’s gun against the officer’s hip and fought for control of the trigger, the Post-Dispatch said.

Once Wilson finally had the gun, he fired. But Brown’s hand blocked the mechanism, according to the St. Louis newspaper.

Wilson eventually got two shots off, striking Brown in the hand. He ran off, then regrouped and charged the officer; setting up the final fatal confrontation, according to Wilson’s leaked statement.

Separately, St. Louis medical examiner Dr. Michael Graham – not part of the official investigation – reviewed the autopsy report on Tuesday and told the Post-Dispatch its finding “does support that there was a significant altercation at the car.”

A forensic pathologist in San Francisco, Dr. Judy Melinek, said the autopsy “supports the fact that this guy is reaching for the gun, if he has gunpowder particulate material in the wound.”

Brown’s blood was found on Wilson’s gun, according to the Post-Dispatch.

Melinek also said Brown was facing the officer, not running away, when he was shot twice in the head, twice more in the chest and once in the upper right arm, according to the Post-Dispatch.

A St. Louis County grand jury will decide if Wilson will be charged in the shooting.

The shooting stirred three months of unrest in the St. Louis area and gave rise to a popular chant among protesters: “Hands up, don’t shoot.”

Turns out, that may not be true at all.

The report supports the account given by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Brown.

Wilson’s account of the messy shooting was revealed for the first time Tuesday by the Post-Dispatch, which alleges the officer stopped the teen on a Ferguson street after realizing he matched a radio alert of a robbery suspect.

That runs counter to Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson’s assertion in August that the stop had nothing to do with the heist.

Video showed Brown stealing a $48.99 box of cigars from a convenience store in a strong arm robbery.

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AP Oct-21-2014 202 0
The Django Unchained actress who claimed racial profiling by police last month has been charged with lewd conduct, according to TMZ, which broke the story initially.

Daniele Watts and her boyfriend Brian James Lucas were each reportedly charged with lewd conduct, a misdemeanor conduct charge that could result in six months in county jail and a $1,000 fine.

The couple were stopped after eyewitnesses called the Los Angeles Police Department complaining of a couple having sex in public during daylight. They claimed they were apprehended because Watts is black and Lucas is white, garnering national news attention until a recording of the incident was leaked to TMZ.

The City Attorney's office could not immediately be reached for comment.

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Oct-21-2014 248 0
The National Black Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair will host its 10th annual celebration in honor of empowering aspiring black lawyers.

The free event will be held Friday and Saturday in the Houston Marriott Westchase. Late registration begins today and ends Wednesday.

The conference brings together aspiring lawyers, parents, supporters, friends, law students, judges, and law school representatives to help students begin their law school career with “insider” information and encouragement on their journey to become successful attorneys.

The conference provides participants with access to over 100 law schools that participate in the law fair. Other events include workshops and panel discussions pertaining to law school, networking and mentorship opportunities, professional business image and etiquette training, town hall meetings, law school admissions test (LSAT) preparation clinics, and diagnostic LSAT administrations.

State Bar of Texas Immediate Past President Lisa Tatum will speak as a panelist during a Saturday workshop on legal careers. The panel discussion will focus on what law firm partners do, how they got to where they are, and their advice for meeting upcoming challenges.

Tatum will be joined by moderator Erica Edwards-O’Neal, director of diversity and inclusion and senior director of career services of the Touro Law Center (Central Islip, New York); Tiffany Bingham Briscoe, partner in Vorys (Houston); Jonathan Cox, partner in The Cox Pradia Law Firm P.L.L.C. (Houston); Daniella Landers, partner in Sutherland (Houston); Demetra Liggins, partner in Thompson & Knight LLP (Houston); Patricia Rosier, managing partner in the Law Office of Rosier & Associates (Upper Marlboro, Maryland); Daryl K. Washington, partner in the Law Offices of Daryl K. Washington, P.C., Attorneys and Counselors at Law (Dallas); and Marlene C. Williams, partner in Jackson Walker L.L.P. (Houston).

General admission is free and everyone is welcome. For more information on how to register or a complete schedule of events, visit blackprelawconference.org.

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