Notre Dame Security Police is investigating a report of indecent exposure occurring Tuesday at about 7:45 p.m. between DeBartolo Hall and the Snite Museum of Art, according to an email sent Tuesday night.Two people reported that a man in a red Ford pickup truck with an Indiana license plate exposed himself, the email stated. After being noticed by witnesses, he reportedly drove south on Eddy Street and off campus.The suspect was described to police as a white male in his late 20s or early 30s, the email stated. He reportedly was unshaven with short brown hair, wearing blue jeans and a red t-shirt.The email advised students to call Notre Dame SafeWalk for an escort when walking on campus after dark by calling 574-631-5555. Tags: indecent exposure, NDSP
“Mali ‘yung kanilang pinapakiusapan. Dapat makiusap sila sa Congress na i-renew ‘yung lisensya kasi ang Presidente, wala naman siyang pakialam doon,” Panelo said in a media briefing. SC spokesperson Keith Hosaka said in a statement on Tuesday the high court justices have given ABS-CBN 10 days to submit their response on the franchise revocation challenge. MANILA — The Supreme Court (SC) has ordered the ABS-CBN to comment on the quo warranto petition filed by Solicitor General Jose Calida for the revocation of the existing franchise of the network. PHOTO BY BUSINESS WORLD These violations include allowing foreign investors to “take part in the ownership of a Philippine mass media entity” as well as launching media services without prior approval from the National Telecommunications Commission. “But it doesn’t mean nor has it anything to do with the petition filed by the Solicitor General because that is the job of the SolGen. And if he does not do that, then he would be charged with dereliction of duty,” he added. The court, in the same order, also sought for ABS-CBN’s comments on the proposed issuance of a temporary restraining order that would prohibit the network from operating the Kapamilya Box Office Channel. “(Duterte) was a victim of fraud (of ABS-CBN). And when he expresses that, that expression falls within the freedom of expression which we cannot deprive a President of given that all citizens are entitled to that,” Panelo said. Meanwhile, the Malacañang urged the artists and employees of ABS-CBN network to address their appeal to the House of Representatives and not to President Rodrigo Duterte. Panelo emphasized that Duterte was only expressing “displeasure” over ABS-CBN’s supposed biased reporting, failure to air his political ads during the 2016 presidential race and return the money he paid for these but has nothing to do with the quo warranto. The quo warranto petition – lodged against ABS-CBN Corporation and its subsidiary, ABS-CBN Convergence Inc. – came weeks before the network’s existing franchise is set to expire on March 30. “Ang hukuman naman ang magde-decide, hindi naman siya. So palaging outside the kulambo siya don e. Wala siya doon. But, I can understand the feelings of people in ABS-CBN. Natural lang ‘yun,” he added. President Duterte has repeatedly threatened to block the franchise renewal of ABS CBN when it expires at the end of March. He even suggested to the Lopezes to just sell the network. There are at least nine bills filed in the House of Representatives seeking the renewal of the network’s franchise but those measures were not yet being tackled by the House Committee on Legislative Franchises./PN Calida on Monday asked the SC to cancel ABS-CBN’s legislative franchise, citing “highly abusive practices” of the network including supposed violations of Congress rules. “The Supreme Court in today’s en banc session, required the respondents to file their comment to the said petition for quo warranto within a non-extendible period of 10 days from receipt of notice” Hosaka said. Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said that the workers of the network are barking on the wrong tree by appealing to President Duterte not to shut down its network and allow the renewal of its franchise. A quo warranto petition is a special writ or legal action which would compel a person or entity to show by what warrant an office or franchise was held, claimed and exercised.
Aston Villa 0 Sunderland 0 Hull 0 Leicester 1Manchester City 2 Burnley 2 QPR 0 Crystal Palace 0 Stoke 2 West Brom 0 West Ham 1 Arsenal 2 Tottenham and Manchester United shared the spoils in the day’s opening Premier League game – It finished scoreless at White Hart Lane. Chelsea dropped 2 points in their pursuit of the title. They were held to a 1-1 draw at Southampton, who had Morgan Schneiderlin sent off late-on. In the 3 o’clock games, they finished:
“This morning, I advised President Alexander, Athletic Director Joe Alleva and the LSU Board of Supervisors that I would like to resume my duties as Head Basketball Coach. Last week, when the University decided to place me on administrative leave, I accepted the decision without complaint as I knew that they wanted time to reflect on the flurry of media reports. With the benefit of a week to consider the circumstances, I believe University officials should allow me to resume my duties.”I understand that in today’s hyper-intense media environment it is extremely difficult for any organization, particularly a public university, to stand firm in the face of rumors, leaks and innuendo. In this case, the simple truth is I have been placed on leave because I exercised my right not to submit to a joint LSU/NCAA interview on the exact same subject matter at issue in an impending federal criminal trial in New York. My legal counsel advised the University that it would be wholly inappropriate for me, or anyone, to submit to an interview under these circumstances.”Declining to be interviewed was a difficult decision for me, as I would like to cooperate fully with all parties, particularly LSU. To be clear, however, all I’ve done is follow the prudent advice of counsel to exercise my constitutional rights to due process. Given these facts, I don’t believe it is appropriate for me to be relieved of my duties. We have a great basketball program made up of excellent student athletes and quality coaches. The players who’ve given their all for this institution, the students and alumni who are devoted to LSU, and fans all across Louisiana and beyond deserve to see this team fulfill its destiny. I love LSU and everything it stands for. What I’m asking for is the right to do my job while exercising my constitutional rights. I don’t think that’s too much to ask.” Athletic director Joe Alleva and other LSU officials reportedly said Wade could return this season if he agrees to a meeting and explains his reported comments on the wiretap, per The Advocate.Wade is expected to be subpoenaed for a federal trial scheduled to start April 22, two weeks after the Final Four. Unless he changes his mind about meeting with LSU officials, it appears Wade won’t be with No. 9 LSU (26-5), the SEC regular-season champion at 16-2, for the conference tournament and an NCAA Tournament appearance.Wade’s full statement: The coach, however, defended his decision to wait for the federal investigation into college basketball recruiting to conclude before he discusses the allegations with the school.”Declining to be interviewed was a difficult decision for me, as I would like to cooperate fully with all parties, particularly LSU,” Wade wrote, in part (via The Advocate). “To be clear, however, all I’ve done is follow the prudent advice of counsel to exercise my constitutional rights to due process. Given these facts, I don’t believe it is appropriate for me to be relieved of my duties.” Related News LSU men’s basketball coach Will Wade issued a lengthy statement Thursday, asking the university to lift his suspension.Wade was suspended indefinitely by LSU on Friday after he refused to meet with school officials to discuss reports alleging that Wade had been caught on FBI wiretaps talking about a “strong-a— offer” he gave to a recruit. LSU coach Will Wade won’t meet with LSU, NCAA over allegations LSU suspends coach Will Wade after he’s caught on wiretap discussing recruiting ‘offer’