June 28th, 2014

belgium fries

Калифорнийская няня с проживанием

California family vexed by fired nanny who refuses to leave -- They fired their live-in nanny this month, but the woman -- Diane Stretton -- has refused to move out, and the couple has little legal recourse to evict her. "I fired her June 6 and she refused to leave, saying she had rights and I needed to evict her," Marcella Bracamonte told CNN on Friday. "She quit working about a month before I ever fired her -- she would just stay in her room."

Fired Calif. nanny who wouldn't leave disappears -- A fired live-in nanny who had refused to leave a Southern California home and threatened to sue has disappeared, the family said Friday. Marcella Bracamonte told ABC News that 64-year-old Diane Stretton left the home in Upland, San Bernardino County, on Thursday morning and hasn't returned. She left behind her belongings. "I don't know what happened," Bracamonte said.
Mr. Twister

Хайджек тредика

Тётя жалуется: если использовать смерть Шварца для нападок на прокуратуру, то израсходуем пулю, которую надо было вместо этого потратить на профилактику самоубийств.

While Swartz’s death may very well be explained in part by “the product of a criminal justice system rife with intimidation and prosecutorial overreach,” as his family said in a statement released after his death, but it’s dangerous to only frame the tragedy that way because while it starts an important discussion about preserving our liberties as Americans, it halts another valuable one about suicide, its myths and hard truths and how we might help keep each other and those we love safe.