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_________________________ NEW YORK — The Chicago-based lawyers representing R. Kelly in his New York trial have asked to withdraw from the case. In a letter to a […]

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Arbitrator Sides With Leader Fired for Ignoring Threats – Education Week

An arbitrator has sided with a former Fairbanks North Star Borough school district superintendent who was fired in 2014 for incompetence.

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Child porn and drugs see five UN staff fired

All four were sacked, while another member of staff was fired for transporting 173kg of marijuana in an official vehicle.

The five cases happened between 1 July 2014 and 30 June 2015, the report said.

The UN report does not include information on any criminal charges brought against the former staff.

The four staff sacked for possession of child pornography were dismissed under “misuse of United Nations information and communications technology”, the report said.

The report details disciplinary actions for misconduct and criminal behaviour involving the UN secretariat’s 41,000 staff. It does not specify where the former staff were stationed, or when they were dismissed.

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Police: Shots fired, Colorado Springs couple arrested on suspicion of child abuse

A woman and her husband were arrested on suspicion of child abuse Sunday evening after police discovered they had been firing a gun in their vehicle close to a toddler.

Police say Cynthia Yancey called police about 5:20 p.m. Sunday, stating that someone had been firing a gun at her vehicle and had shot out the back window of her vehicle.

Also in the vehicle were her husband and toddler, she told police.

Police found Yancey’s vehicle, with a blown-out back window, near the intersection of East Pikes Peak Avenue and Union Boulevard but it didn’t stop when officers tried to pull it over.

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City to hear appeal of fired Dallas firefighter cleared of child abuse charge

Just before he was fired, Dallas firefighter Lewis Zak said if he hurt his infant son, he didn’t do so intentionally.

“The charges that have been brought upon me are devastating, and to think that I would recklessly harm my child is absurd,” Zak, 37, said in an internal affairs statement.

A grand jury took Zak’s side last month and cleared him of the injury to a child charge.

Now, Zak, the son of retired Dallas Fire-Rescue Deputy Chief Mike Zak, and his attorney will try to persuade Assistant City Manager Eric Campbell on Thursday to give him his job back. Zak believes he was seen as guilty until proven innocent.

Chief Louie Bright III fired Zak, a six-year veteran of the department, in July after Dallas Fire-Rescue investigators sustained two allegations of “unprofessional conduct.

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Priest fired for blaming kids for pedophilia in church

Italy’s Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday fired a priest who said he could “understand” how pedophilia by clergy could occur because some children yearned for affection.

The diocese of Trento, in northern Italy, said Father Gino Flaim, 75, was removed from his position at a parish and was banned from preaching.

“Unfortunately there are children who seek affection because they don’t get it at home and then if they find some priest he can even give in (to the temptation). I understand this,” Flaim said in an interview on the private La 7 network on Tuesday.

Asked if the children were in some way responsible, he replied:

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JCC camp supervisors warned last year about fired aide

Officials confirmed today that supervisors at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit day camp failed to alert senior management last summer after an employee expressed concerns about the same camp counselor who was accused by authorities earlier this month of abusing young children.

Michael Layne, a spokesman for the Jewish Community Center, said in a statement that they uncovered the disturbing information last Friday. Layne said the JCC is conducting its own internal investigation.

“In the summer of 2014, JCC camp supervisory personnel received a communication from a camp counselor which raised inappropriate conduct by the counselor who ultimately was charged with criminal wrongdoing,” Layne said. “The information reported was not passed on to senior JCC management.

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Provincial spy chief, 3 police officers fired in connection with child abuse case in Pakistan

A top government official in eastern Pakistan says he has fired a provincial intelligence chief and three senior police officers for failing to act against a gang that blackmailed the families of children it sexually abused.

Shahbaz Sharif, the chief minister of Punjab province, made the announcement late Tuesday on social media. It comes amid widening outrage over the child sex abuse scandal, which locals say involves more than 270 children.

Sharif said he had dispatched the province’s police chief to ensure that “investigation is carried out without discrimination and local influence.”

Sharif is the brother of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

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UPDATED ON 6: Richmond County Deputy Fired, Facing Child Abuse Charges

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office has released information on the investigation into child abuse allegations a deputy is facing.

Investigators say, Tuesday night at approximately 8:00 p.m., deputies responded to a residence on the 2800 block of Anne Street, in Augusta, where it was alleged an off-duty uniformed deputy from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office was involved in the physical abuse of a 12-year-old child.

Based on the information and evidence obtained at the scene and after consulting with the District Attorney’s office; the deputy, now identified as Alton A. Walker, has been detained and criminal charges were pending.

Wednesday morning, investigators applied for and obtained arrest warrants for Deputy Walker for the felony charges of False Imprisonment and Cruelty to Children in the 1st Degree.

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