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New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by nine wickets

first_imgAUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP):Martin Guptill hit the fastest half-century by a New Zealand batsman, only for Colin Munro to better it moments later, as the hosts needed just 10 overs to rout Sri Lanka by nine wickets in their Twenty20 match yesterday, winning both matches of the series.Grant Elliott took 4-22 as New Zealand restricted Sri Lanka to 142-8 batting first.Guptill then reached his 50 off 19 balls, and Munro needed just 14 deliveries, hitting a six on the last ball of the 10th over to end the lopsided contest, with New Zealand finishing on 147-1.Munro’s half-century, which included seven sixes, was the second fastest in all T20 internationals, behind only a 12-ball 50 by India’s Yuvraj Singh.New Zealand had previously won the two-match Test series against Sri Lanka 2-0 and the five-match one-day series 3-1, with one match abandoned.In losing this series, Sri Lanka likely surrendered their top ranking in Twenty20 cricket to the West Indies ahead of the World Cup in India in March.Munro missed both the Test and one-day series but returned as a Twenty20 specialist, and his barnstorming innings should be enough to seal his place at No. 3 in the New Zealand order for the World Cup.He had a hard act to follow when he came to the wicket, with Guptill just out for 63 after an 89-run opening partnership with Kane Williamson. Guptill had already taken the long-handle to the Sri Lanka bowlers, hitting six fours and five sixes.”Guppy’s had a very good record this summer, and to beat that record was very pleasing for myself,” said Munro, who was named Man of the Match.New Zealand captain Williamson had the best seat in the house to watch the power hitting as he shared the swift opening stand with Guptill, then another of 58 with Munro. He finished with a comparatively sedate 32 not out from 21 balls.Sri Lanka leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay conceded 41 runs from two overs and Dushmantha Chameera 46 from three.Angelo Mathews held together the Sri Lanka innings with an outstanding unbeaten 81 from 49 balls, while his teammates too often threw away their wickets with rash shots. Tillakaratne Dilshan, who made 28, was the only batsman other than Mathews to bat responsibly.”I’m really disappointed with the way we played,” Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal said. “Thanks to Angelo, we were able to put a competitive total on the board, but I’m really disappointed with the way we bowled.”last_img read more

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A call to action

first_imgOn Tuesday last, the swollen and partially decomposed body of Simone Hackett was fished out of a canal in the Cummings Lodge area after she had gone missing.She was allegedly murdered at the behest of orders given by her ex-boyfriend. Her family turned up to the scene and immediately hysteria broke out. There were screams filled with agony and despair from her relatives after learning about the manner in which she died.Before that an elderly couple from Good Hope was burnt alive to death in their home after bandits invaded their property with the intention of robbing them. Again, another family was forced to bury their loved ones and mourn the brutal circumstances in which their lives were snuffed out.Also, the past week saw the media reporting on several robberies, petty crimes, serious assaults and murders in various parts of the country.The truth is, far too many of our women, men and youths are dying as a result of the recent spike in crime and criminality in our country.Far too many families are being terrorised at the dirty and merciless hands and weaponry of bandits, thugs and criminals in general.It would appear that these criminal elements have become emboldened, strategic and well resourced. Some of them even appear to have serious connections with prominent figures in our society which sees them outmanoeuvring the security forces on one hand, and avoiding successful prosecution at the level of the judiciary on the other.Also from media reports, reconsiderations and information provided by the Guyana Police Force, one ethnic group has become a major and lucrative target for these wanton and dastard acts.But what is even more disturbing is the fact Government still has not managed to get the crime situation under control despite all the resources at its disposal.Additionally, the new Govt’s crime fighting posture and policy initiative appears more reactive as opposed to proactive. The overall thrust of their actions to date could be described as ad hoc and lacking coordination. Simply put, the David Granger Government, even with all of its security experts and credentials, is lazy and continually failing the populace.The roundtable weekly security meetings involving the security heads and the Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan which is chaired by the President is also not having any significant impact as far as causing a noticeable reduction in crime is concerned.More needs to be done to bring those responsible for these killings and reign of terror to justice.Far more needs to be done to prevent crime in the first place because the morals and values in our modernised Guyana appear to be losing its dynamism and effectiveness in this respect.Workshops and talkshops will not work. A multisector and cross-ministerial approach is needed that will result in community level activism to prevent and fight crime.The detailed security sector reforms piloted by the PPP Government needs to be implemented immediately and all of the disciplined services recommendations.The Government needs to launch its national crime prevention and crime fighting master-plan which must have extensive proposals for the rehabilitation of convicted and remanded prisoners as well as deported citizens.Guyanese will have to take a stand as death, terror and pain appears to be stalking this land. We will have to end these tales of pain, anguish, tears sooner rather than later if Guyana is to become safe again.How many more lives must be lost before Government and security forces respond to the outcry from the populace? Or is it that they are awaiting another episode like that at Lusignan or Bartica before they understand the gravity of the situation?Regardless of politics, everyone’s life must matter.last_img read more

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Father 2 dies after ingesting poison at court

first_imgA 43-year-old East Bank Demerara (EBD) resident died just mere hours after he ingested a poisonousRanks ushering Michael Persaud out the courthouse on Wednesday, moments before he reportedly ingested the poisonous substance while in Police custodysubstance while in Police custody.Michael Persaud, a father of two, of Diamond New Housing Scheme, EBD, succumbed at about 08:30h on Thursday in the Intensive Care Unit of the Georgetown Public Hospital.Just after lunch on Wednesday, Persaud was rushed to the medical facility after he ingested a quantity of an unknown poisonous substance. Moments before consuming the poison which he reportedly kept in his possession, he appeared before a Magistrate to answer several counts of fraud charges after he allegedly obtained money under false pretense.The man’s wife was overheard shouting on her mobile phone to her daughter, “…you daddy just drink this poison in the lock up “.It was the Police who became alarmed after they notice Persaud vomiting and convulsing. After checks were made, the Police realised Persaud had consumed the liquid and reportedly managed to wrestle the bottle from his tight grip.He was place in a Police vehicle and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital for medical attention.It is still unclear how the man obtained the substance even though he was in Police custody. However, investigations are continuing into the matter.In January 2016, Police had issued a wanted bulletin for Persaud along with Gunraj Raghubir of Kitty to answer charges of fraud. (Shemuel Fanfair)last_img read more

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Bosai, NAACIE working to resolve employees’ issues

first_imgFollowing a protest by employees of the Linden bauxite company Bosai Minerals Group Guyana IncorporatedEmployees protesting last week(BMGGI) on Thursday, negotiations are continuing as the union and the company seek to address the issues.Representative of the National Association of Agricultural Commercial and Industrial Employees (NAACIE) Linnell Warden said the protest was fuelled by dissatisfaction over the pace of the ongoing wages and salary negotiations, among other issues.Protesting employees had indicated that the negotiations for across-the-board increase are at 4.5 per cent, which they consider slothful, since they are aiming at a 9 per cent increase.Warden said the company and union met following the protest to discuss the various issues and future plans. He noted that issues currently being ironed out include vacation and payment as well as tax fee-overtime. The tax-fee overtime was expected to be awarded to bauxite workers at least eight months ago.Warden said the issue of security is also an ongoing one with the company: “The negotiation is ongoing. We continue to reach on a weekly basis as per normal and to move forward with the negotiations to see how fast we can wrap it up.”Other issues such as improved benefits and security were all outlined by the protesting employees. The mine workers also complained of having to travel in a bus without air conditioning on dusty roads and the need for an ambulance since they are presently utilising a faulty pickup truck.Employees had also outlined the need for improvement in the area of payment and benefits. A protesting employee noted: “Like when you work for a couple of years, the benefits don’t be too nice again…they don’t have a proper payroll system…From since last year we keep fighting about these issues over and over.”Another concern highlighted was workers having to work inside the pit that is rather dark. However, as it relates to increases, an employee indicated that they were promised that negotiations will be completed by the end of September.Meanwhile, BMGGI Personnel Manager Trudell Marks said the employees would have walked off the job due to grievances; one being the ongoing negotiations which they believe should have been completed a long time ago: “We are still in negotiations.” She indicated that ambulatory issues should be resolved within the near future.“With the issue of the ambulance, this is an ongoing complain and management, right now we have a bus awaiting customs clearance. We purchased a bus to be used as an ambulance. We are going to convert it, put in the necessary apparatus and that would be used as an ambulance,” she said.Only last year the employees had protested under similar circumstances as it relates to across-the-board increases and had managed to secure 6.5 per cent.Likewise in 2013, following protest action by employees, BMGGI and the NAACIE had agreed on a 7 per cent across-the-board increase.last_img read more

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LNP, BIN Bills Stuck on Capitol Hill

first_imgThe passages of the respective acts of the Liberia National Police (LNP) and the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) of 2015 by the House of Representatives in concurrence with the Senate have stalled owing to a Motion of Reconciliation from Montserrado County Lawmaker Henry B. Fahnbulleh.The two acts were simultaneously and unanimously enacted into laws on their very last day to their Easter Break, on Thursday, March 17, 2016 by both Houses.In a letter accompanying the bills, and read before Plenary, the Chairman on National Security, Gbarpolu District # 1 Rep. Alfred G. Koiwood and the Chairman on Judiciary, Bomi County District # 1, S. Kayah Karmo informed their colleagues that the committee reached the decision urging for passages of the bills after initiating a joint public hearing with the Senate.The Joint Committee cited former and current national security actors and civil society groups.The Committee assured members of the House that when the bills are passed, they will restructure police and immigration and make them more effective ahead of the UNMIL drawdown.After the passage of the bills, Montserrado County District # 4 Rep. Henry B. Fahnbulleh filed a motion of reconsideration accompanied by an official letter, stating the reasons for the reconsideration.According to Section 11 of the House Rules and Regulations, the reconciliation letter should be provided two days after the particular session.The House will resume on Tuesday, April 5, to continue the work of the 5th Session.Rep. Fahnbulleh alluded to three procedural errors, including violation of the 1986 Constitution.The Montserrado lawmaker said constitutionally, a bill should always originate from one of the Houses, thus, there should never be a joint public hearing. He indicated that the House Plenary did not mandate the Joint Committee (National Security and Judiciary) to merge with the Senate.He further stated that the Joint Committee left out the Good Governance and Government Committee headed by Nimba County lawmaker Larry Younquoi from the public hearing process, which is statutorily part of the Joint Committee.“I mean what I said. The formal communication for the motion of reconciliation against the passage of the LNP and BIN restructure acts will be provided as scheduled. We are not against the bills, but the respective procedures of their passage,” Rep. Fahnbulleh said. This means that if the letter is written, it would be read during session and tested by the lawmakers through votes. If majority members vote in favor, the acts would be sent back into Committee room, but majority vote against would send them to the President for her subsequent endorsement. If she endorses the bills, they would be sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be printed into handbills.The two acts were among several bills submitted last October to the Legislature for enactment into law by the Chief Executive, President Sirleaf.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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WAFU to Honor President Sirleaf

first_imgLiberia has been selected to host this year’s West African Football Union (WAFU) soccer tournament (WAFU Cup). This year’s WAFU Cup, which will be held in Liberia, is to honor President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.According to a release from the LFA yesterday, the General Assembly of the West African Football Union (WAFU) held on February 17, in Dakar, Senegal; unanimously agreed to hold its annual football tournament in honor of President Sirleaf as a tribute to her excellent leadership in Africa.The tournament will kick off in Monrovia on October 29, the birthday of President and will bring together all 16 member nations.LFA President Musa Bility who is also 1st Vice President of WAFU said he is glad that his request for WAFU to play the tournament in honor of President Sirleaf was accepted and assured the country is ready to host the 16 nation’s event.Mr. Bility said all the technical, material and financial details are being worked on between the LFA and the WAFU Secretariat for a successful hosting the tournament.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Lone Star to Depart for Congo Brazzaville Sunday

first_imgThe delegation from Liberia will comprise local based players and technical staffsThe national team, Lone Star, is set to depart the country on Sunday, October 7, to honor their first leg clash against the Republic of Congo in the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers.The first leg between the two teams is slated for Thursday, October 11, at the Stade Alphonse Massemba-Débat, Congo national team stadium in Brazzaville.According to reports, the first delegation comprising local players and technical staffs will depart the country via the Roberts International Airport and transit in Freetown, Sierra Leone and Nairobi, Kenya, before taking off for their final destination, Brazzaville.The second batch of players, foreign-based, will also begin departing their respective foreign base countries on October 7.Both Liberia and Congo will be going into the match desperately in search for their first win in Group G after securing a point from their previous two outings.The Lone Star had an opportunity to collect their first three points on September 9, at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports after dominating against DR Congo and later took the lead in the 62nd minute, but ‘lost concentration’ in the remaining quarter of the match that resulted in the 1-1 stalemate.A win for coach Thomas Kojo and his boys will become a sigh of relief and keep the country’s hope alive to qualify for the 2019 nations cup.Ahead of the country’s double clash, Newcastle U23 midfielder Mohammed Sangare, one of the foreign-based players invited by coach Kojo, has for the second time withdrawn from the squad due to fears of not getting back to the UK.According to the UK sports magazine, MAG, Sangare is still waiting for his UK residence permit to be re-issued and if he had still travelled to play for Liberia, he would have struggled to get back into the UK.The 19 year old says he has to wait until November for an appointment and so as well as having to miss two African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Congo, he is more than likely to miss November’s internationals as well.“I can’t wait to play for Liberia but it’s this resident permit that is holding me back.“I have spoken to my manager and he wants me to go and play for Liberia. I really want to go to Liberia.“This residence permit is out of my control now and there is nothing I can do about it, I have chased it up and the next appointment is in November,” Sangare told the British sports magazine.In another development, former national team captain Anthony Laffor’s chances of featuring in the Congo match is still in doubt after the 33-year-old was ruled out of Mamelodi Sundowns midweek fixture against Bloem Celtic in the Absa Premiership.Lone Star Full SquadGoalkeepersBoison Wynney de SouzaAshley WilliamsTommy SongoDefendersKemoh KamaraTeah DennisAlvin MaccornelAloysius SimujlaJoel JohnsonAdolphus MarshallMidfieldersAnthony Snoti LafforMurphy DorleySylvanus NimelyTonia TisdellTerrence TisdellAllen NjieSaah NyumahForwards 17. William Jebor18. Kpah Sherman19. Sam JohnsonShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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NFL, NBA go political in year of protests

first_img0Shares0000Colin Kaepernick (C) and members of the San Francisco 49ers kneel for the national anthem in a protest at injustices suffered by minorities at the hands of law enforcement © GETTY/AFP/File / OTTO GREULE JRLOS ANGELES, United States, Dec 23 – From the US President describing protesting NFL players as “sons of bitches” to the pre-eminent superstar of the NBA disparaging the occupant of the White House as a “bum”, 2017 was the year that American sport went political.Decades of convention which had allowed the two phenomenally successful professional sports leagues to chug along peacefully, and apolitically, were swept away in the course on one tumultuous weekend in September. In February, as protests erupted across the nation after Donald Trump’s new administration issued restrictions on visitors from several Muslim nations, participants in Super Bowl 52 mostly stuck to the line that sport and politics should be kept apart.“I’m not talking politics at all,” said New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. “If people want to take sides, they have a right to do that. I have a right to stay out of it too.”Brady would subsequently go on to lead the Patriots to an astonishing comeback from 28-3 down to defeat the Atlanta Falcons for a record fifth Super Bowl.In the immediate aftermath of that win, there was no hint of the controversy that would engulf America’s most popular sport soon after the 2017-2018 season kicked off seven months later.The seeds had been sown a year earlier, when San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem in a protest aimed at drawing attention to injustices suffered by minorities at the hands of law enforcement.– Trump tirade –Yet as September rolled around, Kaepernick’s protest movement had largely fizzled.Participants in Super Bowl 52 mostly stuck to the line that sport and politics should be kept apart, with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady saying “I’m not talking politics at all” © AFP/File / TIMOTHY A. CLARYKaepernick, a free agent, had found himself frozen out of the sport, with none of the 32 teams in the NFL seeing any value in a 30-year-old quarterback who had led the 49ers to the brink of a Super Bowl victory only four years earlier.A handful of players continued to kneel for the anthem in early season games, but as a story, the issue had been mostly forgotten.That all changed on September 22, when Trump, speaking at a rally in Alabama, raised the issue of NFL players who refused to stand for the anthem.To loud cheers, Trump said NFL owners should respond to the players by saying, “Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, he’s fired. He’s fired!”.The following day, Trump turned his attention to the NBA’s reigning champions Golden State and their star point guard, Stephen Curry.Curry, like many of his Warriors team-mates an outspoken critic of Trump, had earlier indicated he would be reluctant to visit a White House reception if the team was invited. Trump responded by withdrawing the team’s invitation.“Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team. Stephen Curry is hesitating, therefore invitation is withdrawn!” he wrote.Trump’s outburst drew sharp criticism, with Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James leading the charge.“U bum @StephenCurry already said he ain’t going!” James wrote on Twitter. “So therefore ain’t no invite. Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up.”– ‘Lack of respect’ –The NFL, meanwhile, united in its response to Trump’s criticism of players who protest.Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, indicated he would be reluctant to visit a White House reception if the team was invited © GETTY/AFP/File / EZRA SHAW“Divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL, our great game and all of our players,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell wrote in a statement.NFL team owners issued statements condemning Trump’s comments.But the most resounding statement came on the following Sunday, two days after Trump’s comments, when a wave of player protests erupted across the league in the biggest single demonstration of political activism in NFL history.All told, around 150 players across the league took to one knee during the playing of the US national anthem, instantly reigniting Kaepernick’s cause.“We felt like President Trump’s speech was an assault on our most cherished right — freedom of speech,” Denver star Von Miller explained.Trump’s anti-NFL invective has continued, as have the player protests, albeit on a smaller scale.The NFL meanwhile has had to navigate a difficult course, on the one hand defending protesting players from political attack while at the same time not antagonising fans who see refusal to stand for the anthem as an affront bordering on treason.Goodell has led talks with protesting players and the NFL has pledged nearly $100 million to charities which deal with criminal justice reform, law enforcement/community relations and education.The NFL hierarchy hopes the pledge will help draw a line under its season of protest, although there is no explicit requirement for players to refrain from demonstrating during the anthem.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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COUNCIL TO HOLD LONG-AWAITED WIND ENERGY WORKSHOP

first_imgA workshop on the variation of certain wind policies in the current County Development Plan is to be discusse at a workshop at Donegal County Council next Monday.Wind turbines have been a contentious issue in the county for a number of years with many people feeling that Council is ignoring their impact on communities.In 2012 the Council zoned more than 2300 townlands as “preferred for wind farming”, in contravention to a letter from the Department warning them that their wind farm zoning policy was “not evidence based”. This zoning policy that has led to An Bord Pleanála overturning 38 of 42 turbines approved by Donegal county council during 2013, an overturn rate of over 90%.Glenties Wind Farm Information Group chairman Mr Ernan O’Donnell says the Straboy wind farm of 25 turbines on the hills overlooking Glenties town were amongst those rejected by ABP.In a lengthy report extending to over 185 pages the Inspector was very critical of the proposal and amongst the primary grounds for rejection were the high risk to many nearby houses because of possible peat slippage from two massive post construction peat dumps and the danger of massive siltation of the Owenea river system and it’s fresh water pearl mussel population.To that end GWiG presented to Council a variation on its wind policies to restrict wind farming in fresh water pearl mussel river catchment areas, and to introduce a setback distance of ten times by turbine tip height in the interests of public safety. At the reconvened meeting of the council on 9th December there was lengthy debate on the two issues but other issues of wind policy were also raised by councillors.To that end it was decided to hold this workshop and discuss all aspects of wind policy.Mr O’Donnell expressed some frustration at the procrastination of Donegal County Council on the matter particularly when one considers two significant turbine failures in the county in the past nine months neither of which yet has had a report on the incident published. He also stated;“Donegal County Council must recognise the issues raised in the Straboy An Bord Pleanala report, which clearly found Council in breach of EU Habitats Directives in advocating a wind farm in the Fresh Water Pearl Mussel catchment of the Owenea. The Regulations, of 2009, were introduced in response to a decision of the European Court of Justice against Ireland and are specifically intended to support the achievement of favourable conservation status for the Freshwater Pearl Mussel.“The six Sub Basin District Management Plans for County Donegal, which were brought into being for the protection of this species as part of the Water Framework Directive, are all identified in Co. Donegal as ‘at risk’ from wind farm development”. He welcomed the fact that the workshop will still go ahead on Monday and that the outcomes of it will finally be presented to the full Council meeting on 27 January where councillors will vote on sending the proposed changes out for the required public consultation.“Anything arising from the workshop will be bolted on to our already agreed motions for variation; that is, setback distance of 10 times maximum tip height of turbine, and the exclusion of the six Fresh Water Pearl Mussel catchment areas from wind farming. All will then be sent out to Public Consultation. That is what was agreed, as read out by the County Secretary at the December meeting” said Mr O’Donnell.COUNCIL TO HOLD LONG-AWAITED WIND ENERGY WORKSHOP was last modified: January 17th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal County CouncilWind energyWorkshoplast_img read more

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Baca: Agencies must respond faster to molestation cases

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe information was given out to nearly 100 child abuse investigators from across the county, including from the Whittier, Montebello, Downey, El Monte, Covina and Pasadena police departments. Detective Jason Herr, a child abuse investigator for the San Jose Police Department, gave his personal account of childhood molestation. He said he kept the “dirty little secret” hidden for years, until after he became a police officer. Then, he said, he felt compelled to talk about his experience in therapy. After six years of counseling, Herr finally began to heal. “I began to forgive the little boy I was and put the blame on the offender,” he told conference participants. “Molestation should never be kept secret. The only thing more dangerous than secrecy is the molestation itself. It is our job to get victims to tell their story.” WHITTIER – Child abuse investigators should work more closely with outside agencies to respond quickly to molestation cases, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said at a conference Wednesday. In opening remarks at the first-ever County Crimes Against Children Conference at the Sheriff’s Training and Regional Services (STARS) Center in Whittier, Baca said improving coordination between agencies “means so much to so many small voices – children in families that happen to have predator types.” Members of the department’s Special Victims Bureau, who organized the conference on sexual predators, distributed a manual titled “Los Angeles County Child Abuse and Neglect Protocol.” The manual calls for a multidisciplinary approach to child abuse investigations. It recommends that sheriff’s investigators collaborate with other county, state, federal agencies and nonprofit child welfare groups to intervene as quickly as possible in child abuse cases. Retired special FBI agent Kenneth Lanning, who spent more than 30 years studying sexually deviant behavior, said sexual predators fit no particular profile. They can be teachers, church leaders, people active in their communities. “To understand the diversity and complexity of sex offenders and their victims, you have to understand that one kind of approach in investigating these crimes isn’t enough,” said Lanning. He recommended that investigators learn to understand how the mind of the pedophile works. “A pedophile is different…” said Lanning. “Pedophiles prefer to have sex with children and have elaborate fantasies about children.” sandy.mazza@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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