NBA trade deadline came and went yesterday with a flurry of trades. Chris Webber went to Philli, Dallas was dumb enough to trade for Van Horn, the Knicks shuffled around some players but still remain a crappy team and the Raptors did nothing because they are being cheap.
Saw this report in the Barbados Nation
A primary school teacher is undergoing counseling following allegations that he fondled an eight-year-old girl last month.
Chief Education Officer Wendy Griffith-Watson confirmed that the Ministry of Education was aware of the incident which allegedly occurred at a rural school on January 20. However, she said the parents refused to report it to the police even though they were advised by the school to do so.
As far as I know, the teacher is receiving counseling. However,the parents said they did not want the case to go forward, Griffith-Watson stated.
Both the teacher and the child are still at the same school.
Meanwhile, WEEKEND NATION investigations showed that this was not the first time the mature teacher had been accused of troubling a little girl.
Ten years ago another child made a similar complaint against this teacher while he was at another school in the parish.
I say stone him.
Then I saw this report in the Toronto Star
HAMILTON - An HIV-positive Hamilton man is charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of two women who had been his sexual partners.
Johnson Aziga, 48, is believed to be the first person in Canada to face that charge in an HIV-infection case.
He had originally been charged with endangering the lives of 12 women who had been his partners.
Both of the women Aziga is accused of killing were from Toronto. One died Dec. 7, 2003, and the other died May 19 of last year.
Their deaths have been classified as first-degree murders because they are alleged to have resulted from sexual assaults, which automatically elevates the offences to first-degree murders.
All the women in the case are considered to be victims of aggravated sexual assaults because they are said not to have known they were having unprotected sex with an HIV-positive person. Previous cases have established that one partner cannot give true consent if the other fails to disclose an HIV infection.
Seven of the 13 women in the case, including the two who have died, contracted HIV.
Discuss amongst yourselves.