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First of four Americans kidnapped in Mexico has been identified: 'Just unbelievable'
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Jury awards $1.5M to attorney suing far-left DA for retaliation
AOC called out on conservative Twitter amid Met Gala ethics scandal
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Leaked 'energy security' memo could torpedo key Biden nominee
Soros da botched murder case because it doesn't 'fit' liberal agenda, victim's family says.
Texas lawmaker introduces bill to vote on secession
SPLC lawyer arrested, charged with domestic terrorism amid 'Cop City' attack
Paris Hilton says she was pressured into making sex tape
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Mexican cartels should be 'dealt with like ISIS', Bill Barr says
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Gov. DeSantis' immigration plan would invalidate Gov. Newsom's IDs for illegal immigrants
New Orleans has 'spirit of murder' plaguing the city, pastor says
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Conservative group wins legal victory in case over teachers union's $12.5M COVID loan
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Mexican cartels should be 'dealt with like isis' after 4 americans kidnapped: barr.
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AOC called out on conservative Twitter amid Met Gala ethics scandal: 'More shocking than I imagined'
DHS agency appears to be 'burying' evidence of involvement with 'domestic censorship activities': expert
How candidates are pursuing the White House without hitting the front-runners
FBI gun retrieval orders from failed background checks hits historic high: report
Former trump spiritual advisor's book catalogs two centuries of christian martyrs, warns of modern persecution.
Texas GOP votes to censure Rep. Tony Gonzales over votes on same-sex marriage, guns and border security
How Section 230 set the standard for free speech online
North Korea threatens action after US flies nuclear-capable B-52 bomber over Korean Peninsula
First of four americans kidnapped in mexico has been identified.
London police seeking group of men who tortured foxes, set them on fire
US seeks consultation with Mexico over GMO corn restrictions
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CDC issues measles alert after confirmed case at Asbury revival in Kentucky
St. Louis DA shoved 'aggressive' racial equity agendas into daily prosecution decisions using Soros-linked org
Soros DA put murder case on 'back burner' because it doesn't 'fit' liberal agenda: victim's family
Black history through the years: Rosa Parks, Sojourner Truth, MLK Jr. and other famous figures in the US
How to send valentines to kids in hospitals, nursing home residents and more.
In memory of World War II veteran Lester Tanner: 'We are all Jewish'
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US Army goes retro, brings back 'Be All You Can Be' ad campaign to fight recruiting slump
China dismisses American concerns about 'spy cranes' as 'paranoia'
Merchant Marine midshipmen warn of 'wokeness' in the academy: 'We're no longer focused on excellence'
Paris Hilton says she was pressured into making sex tape, got drunk and took Quaaludes to get through it
Country singer blake shelton embraces family life after step back from hollywood.
Jamie Lee Curtis will not be going to Oscars nominees' dinner because it's too late: 'Mommy goes to bed early'
Camila, Matthew McConaughey's kids make rare red carpet appearance at Paris Fashion Week
ESPN's Sage Steele calls decision on USA Powerlifting and transgender athletes 'unfair to women'
Philip Rivers seeking NFL comeback, called two teams before playoffs in 2022: report
Damian Lillard denies liking tweet saying Grizzlies embattled star Ja Morant isn't 'hood'
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University of houston scraps diversity, equity and inclusion statements from hiring practices.
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Student loan refinance interest rates edge up for both 5- and 10-year loans.
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'The Big Lebowski' celebrates 25th anniversary: The cast then and now
Former 'snl' star pete davidson's car crash being investigated: police.
Drew Barrymore admits she can't shake the fear 'I will get locked up again and lose my job'
Tom Sizemore's rowdy Hollywood image mimicked real life issues with Heidi Fleiss, Liz Hurley and Paris Hilton
Interest rate hikes 'won’t stop big corporations' raising prices, Sen. Brown to tell Fed chair
Google says fewer employees will receive promotions to senior positions.
Fed Chair Powell in congressional hot seat as sticky inflation squeezes Americans
Meta to cut thousands more employees as soon as this week: report
Faith & Values
Christianity challenge: what happens when the normal scuffles in wedded bliss turn to relationship trauma.
Christian revival is no accident, says Hispanic evangelical leader: 'God is in charge'
'The best' 1974 Pontiac Trans Am just sold for $173,600
Automakers racing to boost electric car range in winter.
New Jack Daniel's Indian motorcycle has whiskey in the paint
Real 'Ferris Bueller' Ferrari sold for $18 million at Florida auction
Travel + Outdoors
Disney star shares Christian faith at Kids Choice Awards: 'There's a very real God who loves you'
4 peruvian soldiers drown in river while responding to protests.
Rochester stampede: 1 dead, 2 critical after incident at GloRilla, Finesse2Tymes concert
Gary Rossington, original Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist, dead at 71
Food + Drink
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Freddy to make landfall in mozambique – again – and could become earth's longest-lasting tropical cyclone.
'Quite catastrophic': California mountain residents plead for more help as feet of snow remain
Lava samples help scientists “see" inside Mauna Loa volcano
Vikings' KJ Osborn helped rescue man from burning car: 'Right place at the right time'
Florida 8-year-old wins cheer competition after team no-shows, performs solo.
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Catholic Charities of Omaha employee sues over active shooter drill
Car pulled from arkansas lake contained body of person missing since 2008.
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Man allegedly tries to stab flight attendant
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U.s. firm's subsidiary sold electronics to chinese defense firm linked to spy balloon program, china plans 7.2% defense spending rise this year, faster than economic growth.
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Woman in group of kidnapped U.S. citizens was in Mexico for cosmetic procedure, official says
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Immigration & The Border
Biden administration considering restarting family detention for migrants, u.s. transfers border patrol agents to northern border as migrant crossings from canada into u.s. rise, more migrants are crossing the northern border into the u.s. as mexicans fly to canada and then head south.
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Ukraine hunts Russian killers of unarmed smoking soldier
"My brother would be capable of standing up to the Russians like that," his sister tells BBC.
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Suppressing China won't make America great - Beijing
The US seeing China as a primary rival is "like putting the first button in the shirt wrong".
Japan destroys new rocket minutes after lift-off
The rocket's failure to launch is a significant blow to the country's space plans.
Fuel deliveries blocked in French pension strike
Unions claim a full blockade of refineries as protesters aim to bring France to a standstill.
Atlanta police charge 23 with domestic terrorism
Protesters used firebombs and rocks to attack officers during a music festival, police say.
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Eritrea rejects UN rights report as 'harassment'
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Eritrea's government has described a UN report on the human rights situation in the Horn of Africa nation as part of "unrelenting harassment" and "weaponisation of human rights in its crudest form against a developing country".
It came after the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) said in a report on Monday that Eritrea's human rights record "remains dire and shows no sign of improvement".
In response, the Eritrean delegation to the UNHRC said in a statement that "the unrelenting harassment of Eritrea for more than 10 years now through the unwarranted appointment of special rapporteurs stems from, and is inextricably linked with, the hostile agenda of its detractors".
It said the purpose of the mandate given to the UN rapporteurs was to "create platforms to advance their [Western governments'] ulterior political motives and agendas".
The statement said "Eritrea's inviolable rights for independent political choices and economic development should not be misconstrued and utilised as tools of harassment by certain external powers".
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Ceasefire called in eastern DR Congo
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A ceasefire has taken effect in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, although it is not clear whether it is being respected.
The UN Secretary General has urged the M23 rebel group to stop fighting and withdraw from captured territory.
The rebels launched fresh attacks on Congolese army positions on Monday, seizing a town and several villages.
Rwanda denies backing the M23 which has captured large swathes of territory over the past year and is threatening the regional capital Goma.
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Backlash to doctor's outfits on TikTok not our concern - regulator
South Africa's medical regulator denies cautioning a doctor who's been criticised online for his style of dress which he showcases on TikTok.
"The Health Professions Council of South Africa does not regulate how its registered practitioners dress or their lifestyle. We only regulate their work-related code of conduct with the sole purpose of guiding the profession to protect the public,” spokesman Christopher Tsatsawane told local media .
Dr Sandile Qwabe's videos on TikTok often show him with a stethoscope slung around his neck, wearing his medical scrubs in a pantsula style.
Pantsula culture has its roots in apartheid-era townships. Dr Qwabe's detractors on social media say it's unprofessional for a doctor to dress this way but others have defended him for what they say is an authentic expression of blackness.
UN urges restraint after S Sudan minister's sacking
The UN mission in South Sudan says it's following the recent sacking of the defence minister - urging “parties to exercise restraint and engage in a collegial spirit in order to resolve such sensitive national issues”.
President Salva Kiir sacked the country's first female defence minister, Angelina Teny, who is from the main opposition party - with the party calling for her reinstatement.
On Monday, the UN envoy to the country, Nicholas Haysom, called for the transitional government in South Sudan to implement a peace agreement to hold “credible elections” next year.
He told the UN Security Council that 2023 was a “make or break” year, noting that parties had agreed there would be no extensions on the timelines of the peace deal.
He noted key hurdles that the country must address to complete the transitional phase next year, including the drafting of a new constitution.
He said it was an opportunity for South Sudanese to agree how they would live harmoniously and avoid a repeat of civil wars that have plagued the country.
A five-year civil war that ended in 2018 claimed the lives of almost 400,000 people. It led to a peace agreement and the formation of a transitional government led by President Kiir and his rival Riek Machar.
Mr Haysom noted that there was still armed violence occurring in parts of the country, which “increasingly present an ethnic or tribal dimension”, posing a threat to the peace process.
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Nigeria poll winner condemns protests against results
A spokesperson for the winner of last month’s Nigerian presidential election, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has accused the main opposition candidate of “staging a theatre of the absurd” after he led supporters in protest against the results of the vote.
Thousands of opposition supporters dressed in black and led by the runner-up in the 25 February presidential election, Atiku Abubakar, protested at the electoral commission’s headquarters in the capital, Abuja, on 6 March, blocking the entrance as they demanded a rerun.
Reacting to the protests, Mr Tinubu’s media and publicity director, Bayo Onanuga, said in a statement “what was on display today by Alhaji Atiku and his motley crowd was a new low from the perennial election loser”, the country’s Vanguard newspaper reported.
He added: “With Atiku staging a theatre of the absurd, we fail to see how a march to [the electoral commission] by a scanty crowd will provide any victory window for him and his fragmented PDP [ Peoples Democratic Party].
Mr Abubakar, a former vice-president who ran for the presidency for the sixth time, has vowed to challenge Tinubu’s win in the courts, alleging rigging and voter intimidation.
The electoral commission said Mr Tinubu won the election with 37% of the votes.
Rwanda migrants plan: Sunak holds talks with Kagame
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak held a phone conversation with President Paul Kagame on Monday evening about the controversial scheme to deport migrants to Rwanda.
The leaders "committed to continue working together to ensure this important partnership is delivered successfully", a statement from Downing Street said.
The UK government's plan to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda has been met by opposition, although a British High Court ruled in December 2022 that it was lawful.
Opponents had argued that Rwanda is not a safe destination for asylum seekers and that the scheme breaks human rights laws.
The British government will announce on Tuesday plans for a new law barring those entering the country through unofficial routes from claiming asylum, the Reuters news agency reports.
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Royal Navy aims to keep Irish explorer's flag in UK
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'How I use chicken poo to power my life'
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Crash pilot did not recall hearing radio - report
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One pilot involved in a fatal Australian helicopter crash said he did not hear a vital radio call.
Ecowas diplomat gets death threats on Facebook
The Economic Community Of West African States (Ecowas) ambassador to Liberia, Josephine Nkrumah, has reported to the authorities about threats on her life by a Facebook user.
In a letter to the Liberian justice ministry, Ms Nkrumah said the user, identified as Carson, posted on Facebook urging the Monrovia mayor to send her "down six feet".
The user claimed the move would draw the international community's attention to the insecurity in Liberia.
Ms Nkrumah told the Liberian authorities that the comment was considered a "grave threat" to her life and the staff of the Ecowas mission in the country.
Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee has blamed his political opponents for spreading misinformation ahead of October elections.
Malnutrition in pregnancy soars in Somalia and Ethiopia
The UN children's agency, Unicef, says the number of pregnant women and girls who are suffering from malnutrition has soared by a quarter in the last two years in countries like Somalia, Ethiopia and Afghanistan.
Unicef estimates that more than a billion women and adolescent girls across the world are malnourished.
It is worried that recent crises including war and Covid 19 have made it increasingly hard for them to get the food they need.
It has urged the international community to make food security a priority, including supporting failing nutrition programmes.
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CRAIG BROWN: News just in from Harry and Meghan's new hometown of Montecito... yes, watching paint dry CAN save the world
By Craig Brown for the Daily Mail
Published: 19:25 EST, 6 March 2023 | Updated: 20:08 EST, 6 March 2023
BBC Radio 3, Monday, March 6, 2023:
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be mulling over an invitation to the King’s Coronation in May.
A statement on behalf of the couple confirmed that they have been emailed about the event but it’s not yet clear if they’ll accept. And that’s the news. The time is three minutes past eight.
March 7: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be mulling over the a la carte menu at an out-of-town restaurant near their home in Montecito, California . A statement on behalf of the couple confirmed that they have not yet decided between the Cobb salad and the sushi. A decision is expected imminently.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be mulling over an invitation to the King’s Coronation in May
March 8: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be mulling over whether to go out or stay in. A statement on behalf of the couple confirmed that they have been involved in discussions about the relative benefits of the two options.
March 9: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be watching paint dry. A statement on behalf of the couple confirmed that they are pursuing their paint-watching in a spirit of universal unity and reconciliation on behalf of all the underprivileged people of the world.
March 10: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be preparing a statement about how their paint-watching operation is going. In an exclusive interview on CNN — his first in more than two hours — Prince Harry said: ‘I was never given the opportunity to watch paint dry in my childhood. It was always like “Oh, no, no, no, you must be able to find something better to do. You want to do this, you don’t want to do that.”
‘They tried to make out that the paint would dry whether or not I watched it. It was, like, brutal. And that’s something that, as an adult, I’ve struggled to cope with.’
March 11: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be mulling over an invitation to watch paint dry at the newly decorated house of their neighbour Oprah Winfrey in Montecito, California.
In an exclusive interview with the entertainment editor of Psychology Today, the duchess said that over the coming years they are determined to let their children watch as much paint dry as possible.
‘It’s, like, a very positive experience. It, like, teaches you that though paint of whatever colour or creed may at first be very, very wet, so wet it’s like, really, really wet, well, you only have to, like, wait long enough, and — here’s the amazing thing — it will eventually dry.
‘And to me that’s the most valuable life lesson of them all.’
March 12: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be mulling over whether to sign up for a major Netflix series, Harry and Meghan: Becoming Dry.
A spokesperson for the couple said: ‘Harry and Meghan are proud to share their passion for watching paint dry with millions of others, harnessing their own expertise to push for safer, more inclusive paint-watching communities around the world.’
Speaking to her friend Gwyneth Paltrow for her podcast Spending And Caring, Meghan said: ‘Harry and I want to shed light on paint and continue to watch it dry so as to empower and inspire others to protect this beautiful, fragile planet we call Earth.’
March 13: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be gazing at their own navels with great tenderness and compassion, in a specially curated session at the Archewell Navel-Gazing and Enlightenment Retreat (ANGER) in Montecito.
Prince Harry reveals on the My Best Trauma podcast that learning to gaze at his own navel has done wonders for his mental health.
‘As a child, I, like, literally didn’t have a navel, or, if I did, I didn’t know where it was and was certainly not encouraged to gaze at it.
‘Growing up, I suffered from unconscious bias against my own navel. I never gave it a chance to speak, so naturally it felt sidelined.
‘And that’s why Meghan and I are now on a mission to teach everyone to engage with their navels, and to listen to everything our navels have to tell us about our shared values.’
News just in: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announce their new Archewell Nursing Home, dedicated to nursing all kinds of grievance, from the wholly inconsiderable to the very small.
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Fredonia Central School District seeks new IT Director
OBSERVER Photo by Braden Carmen Fredonia High School Principal Darrin Paschke gestures as he describes a time Doug Rector gave him a 3-D printed tool out of the blue.
Two longtime members of the Fredonia Central School District’s Information Technology department are retiring this year.
Current IT Director Doug Prince recently submitted his letter of resignation for the purpose of retirement, which was followed shortly afterward by another letter of resignation by Doug Rector, which was recently accepted by the Board of Education.
The district is first seeking a Director of Technology to lead the IT department, which will include the duty of helping fill the remaining open positions.
“We have been contemplating a couple different plans for replacement and how to best move forward with this department in the next school year,” said Fredonia Superintendent Brad Zilliox.
“We need to replace our Director of Technology. … The hire would ensure that we have a solid individual in place with a vast knowledge based in the area, can see the big picture and plan for the future, and will also be involved in the hiring that would then subsequently need to be done in the department in the near future.”
Just as administrators did at a recent meeting to accept Prince’s retirement, members of the district also spoke to the work Rector did in his nine years of service at Fredonia.
“Every school district has its characters, and Doug certainly falls into that category. He has a unique demeanor and an overall attitude and vibe about him,” said Zilliox. “If you need something fixed or you need someone to come down and make something happen, he’s there for us. He takes care of whatever might come up, and on this job, a lot of that is spur of the moment. … He has always been flexible and willing to pitch in to get the job done.”
Fredonia High School Principal Darrin Paschke “appreciated” a time Rector gave him a tool that was 3-D printed, out of the blue without Paschke even asking for a tool, solely because Rector believed it could be of use.
“Doug takes the time to talk and care about what’s going on. I appreciate what he’s brought to our district, and I’ll miss him when he goes,” Paschke said.
“I think we all feel the same,” said Middle School Principal Paula Troutman. “Both of the Dougs are going to be terribly missed. They did a lot for us every single day – a lot.”
Fredonia also recently hired Katrina Sanders and Abigail Mejia – a Dunkirk High School graduate – to probationary Teacher Aide positions. Mejia has also served as a Teacher Aide at Jamestown Public Schools. The district also recently approved the nomination for reelection of Gregory Cole, Thomas DeJoe, David Lowrey, and Christine Schnars for the BOCES Board of Education.
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Sportsline's mike mcclure, a daily fantasy pro with over $2 million in winnings, gives optimal nba dfs lineup advice.
The 2022-23 NBA season continues on Sunday and with the NBA schedule taking center stage, there will be plenty of NBA daily Fantasy action throughout the day. Thunder guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has been one of the NBA DFS MVPs this season and he's expected to return to the Oklahoma City lineup on Sunday after missing the previous five games with various injuries. Gilgeous-Alexander has been a stat-sheet stuffer throughout the season, averaging 31.0 points, 5.7 assists, 4.7 rebounds, 1.6 steals and 1.1 blocks per game.
But will he receive a full allotment of minutes coming off a two-week injury layoff? Can you trust him enough to put him in your NBA DFS lineups? It's a loaded NBA DFS player pool on Sunday with stars like Gilgeous-Alexander, Jayson Tatum , Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard all scheduled to be in action. Before making any NBA DFS selections for Sunday, be sure to check out the NBA DFS advice, player rankings, stacks and top daily Fantasy basketball picks from SportsLine's Mike McClure .
McClure is a DFS professional with over $2 million in career winnings. He's also a predictive data engineer at SportsLine who uses a powerful prediction model that simulates every minute of every game 10,000 times, taking factors like matchups, statistical trends and injuries into account.
This allows him to find the best NBA DFS values and create optimal lineups that he shares only over at SportsLine. They're a must-see for any NBA DFS player.
On Saturday, McClure highlighted Spurs guard Devonte' Graham as one of his top NBA DFS picks on DraftKings and FanDuel. The result: Graham finished with 28 points, four assists and two rebounds, returning nearly 9x on investment and 39.0 points on DraftKings while returning nearly 7x and 34.4 points on FanDuel. Anybody that included him in their lineups was well on the way to a profitable day.
Now, McClure has turned his attention to NBA action on Sunday and locked in his top daily Fantasy basketball picks. You can only see them by heading to SportsLine .
Top NBA DFS picks for Sunday, March 5
One of McClure's top NBA DFS picks for Sunday is Rockets power forward Tari Eason ($4,400 on DraftKings, $6,200 on FanDuel). The LSU product was the No. 17 overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft and the 21-year-old power forward has seen his role expanded over the course of the last couple weeks.
Eason has played at least 20 minutes in each of his last five games and he's averaging 13.6 points, 8.0 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.0 blocks over 27.7 minutes per game during that span. With Houston very clearly geared toward developing the young talent on its roster, expect Eason to continue to play a major role down the stretch.
Another part of McClure's optimal NBA DFS strategy includes rostering Grizzlies guard Desmond Bane ($7,600 on DraftKings, $8,000 on FanDuel). Bane should be the go-to scorer and may also take on a more active role as a facilitator with Ja Morant sitting for at least the next two games and Dillon Brooks serving a one-game suspension for cumulative technical fouls.
Bane is averaging 21.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game while shooting 41.8% from the 3-point line on the season. And since the start of the new year, he's been an even more efficient shooter, hitting 50.0% of his shots from the field and 44.4% from the 3-point line.
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McClure is also targeting a player who could go off for massive numbers on Sunday because of a dream matchup. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is here .
Who is DFS pro Mike McClure putting in his optimal NBA DFS lineups for Sunday? Visit SportsLine now to see optimal NBA DFS picks, rankings, advice, and stacks, all from a professional DFS player who has over $2 million in career winnings , and find out.
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A UFO investigator believes he may have “solved” Britain’s biggest X-Files mystery.
Former BBC Horizon producer Simon Holland came forward after the Daily Record yesterday revealed new clues on the famous “ Calvine Incident” in Perthshire in 1990. His own investigation suggests that defence firm British Aerospace were developing a classified Radar-busting defence system, which may have involved a secret diamond shaped aircraft escorted by privately owned Harrier jets.
Holland, from the Mull of Kintyre, contacted the Record after we revealed the identity of hotel porter Kevin Russell, believed to be the man who took the famous photographs that caused worldwide intrigue for decades.
Holland, whose YouTube channel attracts many UFO buffs, said: “I was sent the Daily Record story and I think it’s fair to say that there are a lot of people out there excited at this exciting development. The Kevin Russell mentioned in the story would have the best, first hand account of what happened and he could help settle this enduring mystery.
“But I do have my own theory on what he photographed.”
Whatever the truth behind Calvine, it is accepted that the photo was taken in 1990 then negatives were sent to the MOD before being lost. We told how one photo was retained by an RAF press officer - and the print had a note on the back saying “copyright Kevin Russell”. Kevin was a porter at a Pitlochry hotel in 1990.
Holland said: “I think there is an acceptance by many that the photo is not a fake. There was, I believe, a mysterious aircraft in the sky that day. The MOD previously stated, no ‘known’ Harriers were flying in Perthshire on 4th Aug 1990. That turns out to be a massive clue to who’s they were.
“I discovered that the only other British Harriers were privately owned by BAE Systems, the defence contractor. They used their Harriers as multi-roll defence test platforms, testing BAE advanced technology. “I dug deeper and found that Marconi Advanced Materials, based inside BAE HQ at Warton, Lancashire, were probably working on an advanced ‘stealth’ skin material for the USAF.”
Holland said he recently tracked down Ron Evans, who developed British Aerospace’s Stealth Programme at Warton Airfield, in Lancashire in the late 1980s.
He said: “Ron did not confirm any Calvine testing but has explained the use of secret meta materials to hide aircraft from radar. I think there is enough evidence to suggest there was something going on and it would be very helpful if the MOD would just come out and tell us all about it.”
Holland’s offerings chime with some of the investigations of Matthew Illsley, who laid out his appeal for information in yesterday’s Record. Illsley has worked closely with Professor David Clarke, of Sheffield’s Hallam University, who tracked down the only photo of the incident known to exist.
Exhaustive research by the UFO hunters , seeking to find the photographer, involved contacting 150 Kevin Russells in Britain, Australia, the US and Canada, and about 300 more Scots called Russell. None confirmed they were the right man.
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The photo of Kevin was supplied to Illsley recently by a person who worked at the Pitlochry Hydro in 1990. The Calvine file should have been released after 30 years in 2021 but the MoD blocked the release of key details until 2076 due to “privacy concerns”.
Some UFO experts believe the object is a secret US reconnaissance aircraft named Aurora - a silent, supersonic spy craft. One MoD insider described the Calvine photo as the most spectacular UFO picture ever captured - and the Holy Grail in terms of hard evidence that such things really exist.
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