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9-11 first responders finally get their own tribute at Ground Zero

Westlake Legal Group 694940094001_6042828901001_6042820390001-vs 9-11 first responders finally get their own tribute at Ground Zero Rick Leventhal fox-news/us/us-regions/northeast/new-york fox-news/us/terror/september-11 fox-news/travel/vacation-destinations/new-york-city fox news fnc/us fnc article 93ec03ee-27c8-5f6a-a991-9dc6c650eb9e

NEW YORK — About 17 and a half years after the 9/11 terror attack on the World Trade Center, first responders are finally getting their own tribute at the Memorial Plaza on the Ground Zero site.

Called the Memorial Glade, it’s a path winding through the southwest corner of the plaza, lined with six granite monoliths, each weighing between 13 and 18 tons, hand-chiseled at the Rock of Ages Manufacturing Company in Vermont.

The stones are inlaid and bound with strips of steel salvaged from the Twin Towers, and the stones are designed to point skyward, symbolizing strength and determination, according to the designer, who said they were crafted to look bruised but not broken, representing the strength of human spirit.

Tens of thousands of police officers, firefighters, federal agents, paramedics and civilian volunteers spent days, weeks and months working on the pile, searching for victims, clearing rubble and debris, and restoring order to the chaos, while breathing toxic fumes, leading to thousands of serious illnesses and deaths.

9/11 MEMORIAL GLADE HONORS RESCUE, RECOVERY WORKERS AFFECTED BY TOXIN EXPOSURE

At the dedication ceremony, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said,

“For some, the end of the recovery was the beginning of even more difficult journey of sickness and disease. Tragically, not all who labored so valiantly for their city and country in the aftermaths of the attacks survived.”

One of those deeply affected was now-retired firefighter Rob Serra, who graduated the FDNY academy the day before 9/11 and spent several days at the scene, his first real job with the department.

9/11 FAMILY MEMBERS WANT FBI TO RELEASE NAMES OF THOSE WHO ALLEGEDLY HELPED AL QAEDA FROM INSIDE US

He developed throat polyps and then a series of debilitating illnesses that left him in a wheelchair, fighting for his life. He said he doesn’t regret his actions, that he was doing the job he was hired to do. But he admits he would’ve liked a better mask to protect himself, and appreciates the Glades message.

“I think it’s important because we said we’d never forget. I mean on September 12 the sense of patriotism and love for this country was palpable. And over the last 17 years, we’re still fighting for our benefits in Washington.”

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The Glade was dedicated on Thursday, the 17th anniversary of the official conclusion of search-and-recovery efforts and is now open to the public, serving as a compelling reminder of selfless heroism and sacrifice and the struggles and challenges so many continue to face.

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Motel owner charged with abusing 3 children

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Court documents indicate a Maine motel owner accused of abusing three children bound a 6-year-old girl and hung her upside down from a hook as punishment.

An affidavit filed in court indicates the assaults happened at the Spring Fountain Motel in Bucksport while the owner was watching the three siblings while their mom was at work.

Kaleem Adnan, who goes by “Danny,” denies harming the kids, and said they were making up lies against him because he cut off their cable TV and video games.

He’s facing felony assault charges, as well as opioid charges. Adan, who’s due in court in June, said he intends to fight the charges.

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Mom pleads guilty in case of naked, chained Alabama boy

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An Alabama woman has pleaded guilty to aggravated child abuse of her son, who authorities say was found naked and chained up.

The Montgomery Advertiser reports the 32-year-old woman entered the plea Thursday, saying she “made bad decision and bad judgments.” Autauga County Sheriff Joe Sedinger has said deputies responding to an anonymous report of child abuse in September found the boy chained to a door in a Prattville home.

The sheriff said the boy was apparently chained for several hours that day. Prosecutors say evidence shows the malnourished boy also had been forced to sleep in a dog crate for years.

The boy’s mother is set to be sentenced in August. His stepfather, grandmother and two uncles charged in the case are set to go to trial in July.

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Information from: Montgomery Advertiser, http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com

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This Day in History: May 31

On this day, May 31 …
 

2014: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan, is freed by the Taliban in exchange for five Afghan detainees from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (Bergdahl, who’d gone missing in June 2009, would later plead guilty to endangering his comrades by walking away from his post in Afghanistan.)

Also on this day:

  • 1859: The Big Ben clock tower in London goes into operation, chiming for the first time.
  • 1889: Some 2,200 people in Johnstown, Pa., perish when the South Fork Dam collapses, sending 20 million tons of water rushing through the town.
  • 1879: The original Madison Square Garden opens at Madison Square in New York City.
  • 1949: Former State Department official and accused spy Alger Hiss goes on trial in New York, charged with perjury. (The jury would deadlock, but Hiss was convicted in a second trial.)
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  • 1990: “Seinfeld” begins airing as a regular series on NBC.
  • 2003: A police officer in the small town of Murphy, N.C., apprehends Eric Rudolph, the suspect in a deadly bombing at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Rudolph, who is also charged in three other bombing incidents in 1997 and 1998, had evaded authorities for five years.
  • 2005: Former FBI official W. Mark Felt steps forward as “Deep Throat,” the secret Washington Post source during the Watergate scandal.
  • 2009: Dr. George Tiller, a provider of late-term abortions, is fatally shot in a Wichita, Kan., church. (Gunman Scott Roeder would later be convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 50 years.)
  • 2018: The Trump administration imposes tariffs on steel and aluminum from Europe, Mexico and Canada in a move that draws immediate vows of retaliation.
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This Day in History: May 31

On this day, May 31 …
 

2014: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan, is freed by the Taliban in exchange for five Afghan detainees from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (Bergdahl, who’d gone missing in June 2009, would later plead guilty to endangering his comrades by walking away from his post in Afghanistan.)

Also on this day:

  • 1859: The Big Ben clock tower in London goes into operation, chiming for the first time.
  • 1889: Some 2,200 people in Johnstown, Pa., perish when the South Fork Dam collapses, sending 20 million tons of water rushing through the town.
  • 1879: The original Madison Square Garden opens at Madison Square in New York City.
  • 1949: Former State Department official and accused spy Alger Hiss goes on trial in New York, charged with perjury. (The jury would deadlock, but Hiss was convicted in a second trial.)
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  • 1990: “Seinfeld” begins airing as a regular series on NBC.
  • 2003: A police officer in the small town of Murphy, N.C., apprehends Eric Rudolph, the suspect in a deadly bombing at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Rudolph, who is also charged in three other bombing incidents in 1997 and 1998, had evaded authorities for five years.
  • 2005: Former FBI official W. Mark Felt steps forward as “Deep Throat,” the secret Washington Post source during the Watergate scandal.
  • 2009: Dr. George Tiller, a provider of late-term abortions, is fatally shot in a Wichita, Kan., church. (Gunman Scott Roeder would later be convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 50 years.)
  • 2018: The Trump administration imposes tariffs on steel and aluminum from Europe, Mexico and Canada in a move that draws immediate vows of retaliation.
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This Day in History: May 31

On this day, May 31 …
 

2014: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan, is freed by the Taliban in exchange for five Afghan detainees from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (Bergdahl, who’d gone missing in June 2009, would later plead guilty to endangering his comrades by walking away from his post in Afghanistan.)

Also on this day:

  • 1859: The Big Ben clock tower in London goes into operation, chiming for the first time.
  • 1889: Some 2,200 people in Johnstown, Pa., perish when the South Fork Dam collapses, sending 20 million tons of water rushing through the town.
  • 1879: The original Madison Square Garden opens at Madison Square in New York City.
  • 1949: Former State Department official and accused spy Alger Hiss goes on trial in New York, charged with perjury. (The jury would deadlock, but Hiss was convicted in a second trial.)
Westlake Legal Group Seinfeldcast-1 This Day in History: May 31 fox-news/us/this-day-in-history fox news fnc/us fnc article afca02ce-e65d-599e-a6db-6c489306da7b
  • 1990: “Seinfeld” begins airing as a regular series on NBC.
  • 2003: A police officer in the small town of Murphy, N.C., apprehends Eric Rudolph, the suspect in a deadly bombing at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Rudolph, who is also charged in three other bombing incidents in 1997 and 1998, had evaded authorities for five years.
  • 2005: Former FBI official W. Mark Felt steps forward as “Deep Throat,” the secret Washington Post source during the Watergate scandal.
  • 2009: Dr. George Tiller, a provider of late-term abortions, is fatally shot in a Wichita, Kan., church. (Gunman Scott Roeder would later be convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 50 years.)
  • 2018: The Trump administration imposes tariffs on steel and aluminum from Europe, Mexico and Canada in a move that draws immediate vows of retaliation.
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Florida man obsessed with Bulgarian camgirl before allegedly killing his family, records show

A Florida man accused of killing his family after stealing $200,000 to fund a depraved online relationship with a Bulgarian camgirl sent her sex toys and clothing that she wore in raunchy snaps and videos she sent back to him, new records show.

The files — released Wednesday by the Seminole-Brevard State Attorney’s Office and obtained by The New York Post — contain dozens of pornographic images and videos from a flash drive seized by authorities investigating the relationship between Grant Amato, 29, and camgirl Silviya Ventsislavova, before Amato’s parents and brother were found dead in their Chuluota home on Jan 25.

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Silviya Ventsislavova, right, and Grant Amato (Seminole-Brevard State Attorney’s Office)

In one image, a manicured hand holds a sex toy,  while another shows Ventsislavova wearing a G-string with her rump turned to the lens. The trove of data also contained text messages between the pair, as well as a hand-written note that “Silvie” sent Amato in December, records show.

“Smile, my light!” read the note, which was punctuated with a kiss in red lipstick. “You make me happy!”

In one text exchange, Amato asked Ventsislavova how her “crazy” body functioned on such little sleep.

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Two minutes later, she asked how Amato felt being back home before sending a link featuring her at MyFreeCams.com, the records reveal.

“With this link … it feels even better now,” Amato replied. “I can’t wait to f–-ing watch you be super innocent in those tempting panties.”

Amato then added: “But I’m so happy to be back. It just feels right.”

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Ventsislavova then told Amato “you can watch it” before adding a shrugging emoji.

To continue reading on The New York Post, click here.

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Pennsylvania suspect shoved man onto train tracks for being white: police

A Pennsylvania man is behind bars after shoving another man onto train tracks last week for being white, police said.

Willie Hayes – who is black – was taken into custody Thursday on charges of ethnic intimidation, attempted homicide and aggravated assault, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.

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Willie Hayes is accused of shoving another man onto train tracks for being white. (Allegheny County Jail )

Police said the incident happened around 9 p.m. last Saturday at the Wood Street Light Rail Transit in Pittsburgh. A criminal complaint cited two witnesses who told police that the victim “was assaulted and then thrown onto the trolley tracks by an unknown black male.”

The victim – later identified as Charles Basarab – was punched three times, then shoved, and thrown onto the tracks, police said. Basarab was hospitalized with broken bones, bruises, cuts, and facial injuries and required surgery for internal bleed, the Post-Gazette reported.

VIDEO: POLICE RELEASE FOOTAGE OF ELDERLY MAN BEING SHOVED OFF CITY BUS; PASSENGER NOW FACING MURDER CHARGE, POLICE SAY

According to the criminal complaint, cited by KDKA, the victim told police from the hospital that the suspect said: “he was assaulting him because he was white.”

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Authorities identified the suspect as Willie Hayes through a surveillance video. A SWAT team surrounded Hayes’ Sharpsburg home Thursday morning and he was arrested. Hayes was booked into the Allegheny County Jail on a $50,000 bond. Hayes’ next court appearance will be in June because he was unable to make bail.

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National Spelling Bee declares 8 co-champions after 20 rounds, in historic first

Spell it U-N-P-R-E-C-E-D-E-N-T-E-D.

After a historic 20 rounds, eight competitors were named co-champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Sixteen kids had advanced to the finals Thursday, pared down from 50 competitors after 5 1/2 hours of competition in Oxon Hill, Md.

The winners were Rishik Gandhasri, 13; Erin Howard, 14; Saketh Sundar, 13; Shruthika Padhy, 13; Sohum Sukhatankar, 13; Abhijay Kodali, 12; Christopher Serrao, 13 and Rohan Raja, 13.

The finalists spelled their way through challenging words, often relying on the Greek and Latin roots and word origins to identify the correct letters, in an effort to win $50,000 in cash and prizes.

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Sahil Langote, 13, of New Castle, Del., reacts after spelling a word incorrectly in the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Thursday, May 30, 2019, in Oxon Hill, Md. (Associated Press)

Ten spellers were eliminated in the first round, but the competition got tighter as the rounds advanced, with fewer spellers being eliminated.

THE BELL RINGS TWICE: SPELLING BEE COMPETITOR GETS REPRIEVE

In round two only six spellers were eliminated, round three, five more departed and round four saw four kids booted. In round five, eight spellers were eliminated, finally paving the way for the final 16 prime time candidates.

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Colette Giezentanner, 12, of St. Louis, laughs as she competes in the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Thursday, May 30, 2019, in Oxon Hill, Md. (Associated Press)

Two spelling bee veterans, 14-year-old Erin Howard of Huntsville, Ala., and 13-year-old Shruthika Padhy of Cherry Hill, N.J., made it to primetime for a third year to compete.

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Saketh Sundar, 13, of Clarksville, Md., competes in the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Thursday, May 30, 2019, in Oxon Hill, Md. (Associated Press)

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Last year’s third-place winner, 12-year-old Abhijay Kodali of Flower Mound, Texas, along with13-year-old Navneeth Murali of Edison, N.J.; 13-year-old Aisha Randhawa of Corona, Calif.; 13-year-old Rohan Raja of Irving, Texas; and 13-year-old Simone Kaplan of Davie, Fla., all returned to the spelling bee stage from previous years of competition.

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The Latest: National Spelling Bee ends in 8-way tie

The Latest on the National Spelling Bee (all times local):

12:07 p.m.

Eight spellers were better than the dictionary. They were better than anything the Scripps National Spelling Bee could throw at them. And they all ended up with a hand on the trophy.

In the most extraordinary ending in the 94-year history of the competition, the bee ended in an eight-way tie on Thursday night. The eight co-champions spelled the final 47 words correctly, going through five consecutive perfect rounds.

Each will get the full winner’s prize of $50,000 in cash.

They are: Rishik Gandhasri, Erin Howard, Saketh Sundar, Shruthika Padhy, Sohum Sukhatankar, Abhijay Kodali, Christopher Serrao and Rojan Raja.

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11:35 p.m.

The Scripps National Spelling Bee is running out of words.

With eight spellers remaining after three hours of spelling in the prime-time finals, pronouncer Jacques Bailly told the remaining spellers that Scripps only had enough words left to challenge them for three more rounds.

Anyone who gets through the remaining three rounds will be declared a co-champion. The bee has never had more than a two-way tie for the title in its history.

Bee executive director Paige Kimble said bee organizers discussed this contingency plan for ending the competition earlier Thursday after it took 5½ hours to narrow the field from 50 spellers to 16.

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3:45 p.m.

Sixteen spellers have advanced to the prime-time finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee after a marathon session that lasted nearly 5½ hours.

Two spellers made the prime-time finals for the third time: 14-year-old Erin Howard of Huntsville, Alabama and 13-year-old Shruthika Padhy of Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

The winner will receive more than $50,000 in cash and prizes and a new, custom-designed trophy.

Other returning finalists are 12-year-old Abhijay Kodali of Flower Mound, Texas, who finished third last year; 13-year-old Navneeth Murali of Edison, New Jersey; 13-year-old Aisha Randhawa of Corona, California; 13-year-old Rohan Raja of Irving, Texas; and 13-year-old Simone Kaplan of Davie, Florida.

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11:50 a.m.

Ten spellers have been eliminated after the opening round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals.

There were few major surprises in the round, which included mostly words that spellers were able to piece together through their Greek and Latin roots.

Several spellers who’ve made deep runs in past years remain, including Shruthika Padhy of Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Abhijay Kodali of Flower Mound, Texas; Sohun Sukhatankar of Dallas; and Erin Howard of Huntsville, Alabama.

Roughly a dozen spellers will advance to the prime-time finals. The winner receives more than $50,000 in cash and prizes.

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10 a.m.

The finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee have begun, with 50 kids on stage competing for more than $50,000 in cash and prizes and a new, custom-designed trophy.

This year’s bee had the biggest field ever, with 562 spellers, more than half of whom got in through Scripps’ wild-card program. Last year was the first time that wild cards were allowed into the bee, and the eventual champion was a wild card.

Thursday’s finalists include nine spellers who finished in at least a tie for 10th last year. The field will be narrowed to about a dozen spellers in the morning and early afternoon before the prime-time finals on ESPN.

The last 14 champions and 19 of the past 23 have been Indian-American.

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