2023.06.02 03:27 lachjeff 2023 USARL draw
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2023.06.02 02:19 hackzubbard 2024 Post-Spring/Pre-Summer Recruiting Overview
|1. 5* Julian Sayin||Carlsbad in Carlsbad, CA (SoCal)||247: #11 , On3: #14, Comp2: #12||One of the most "ready" prospects in the 2024 class, Julian is very skilled at every facet of QB play - might not be the highest ceiling from an NFL perspective but very likely the highest floor. Julian commited to Alabama somewhat out of the blue but has been locked in since and the Tide's primary leader on offense in this class. This is your QB of the Future.|
|1. 4* Kevin Riley||Tuscaloosa County in Northport, AL (Tuscaloosa area)||247: #97, On3: #102, Comp2: #99||A homegrown talent, Riley does it all, running with great balance, breaks contact and gets going in a hurry. Top 3 of Bama, Auburn, UGA - this should end up being an Iron Bowl battle that Alabama wins, though it does appear Riley might take his time. If Alabama pushes hard, he could be a summer commit.|
|2. 4* Daniel Hill||Meridian in Meridian, MS (E MS)||247: #196, On3: #194, Comp2: #195||One of the more unique RB prospects, Daniel Hill is a big bodied guy but plays a ton of receiver as well - not a comparison but could have a Najee Harris-esque roll. Alabama is battling South Carolina here, with the Cocks having some buzz after an early Bama lean. Bama is not done here but might need to press harder.|
|3. 4* Nate Frazier||Mater Dei in Santa Ana, CA (SoCal)||247: #76, On3: #74, Comp2: #75||One of the nation's top RB prospects with some of the best long speed, Nate Frazier will push for #1 back status in 2024. Frazier is pretty wide open currently, being highly desired by both the local west coast school and the SEC powerhouses. I'd have trouble projecting him anywhere yet but it would be really cool if it was Alabama.|
|1. 5* Perry Thompson||Foley in Foley, AL (Mobile area)||247: #27, On3: #29, Comp2: #28||A taller receiver, Perry thrives with straight-line speed and a suprising ability to weave through space - Thompson earned his offer last season in camp routing up 2023 5* DBs. As a high-ranking prospect, Perry is somewhat keeping his options open and will likely take visits but has repeatedly reaffirmed his commit - Alabama's steady pursuit should allow them to hold on.|
|2. 4* Rico Scott||Bishop McDevitt in Harrisburg, PA (Cent PA)||247: #372, On3: #289, Comp2: #330||A real smooth operator - plays RB and WR and is at his best going up the field. A bit of a suprise to some, Bama had seen him previously in camp and then watched his fall progress and saw what they needed to pull the trigger. I think we'll finish in the top 150-170|
|1. 4* Amari Jefferson||Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN||247: #270, On3: #288, Comp2: #279||My favorite realistic WR addition - his vertical and lateral speed POP off the screen, looks like a top 75 guy. Currently a Tennessee baseball commit, football is his likely future, as Alabama and Georgia battle it out. This will be a tough battle but one I very much hope the Tide wins.|
|2. 4* Aeryn Hampton||Carthage in Carthage, TX (E TX)||247: #116, On3: #126, Comp2: #121||More fast than quick, Aeryn runs like a RB, weaving through traffic and hitting the jets. Aeryn has been up-front about his love for Alabama and has narrowed his list to Bama and Texas, his former commitment. Aeryn has the green light to commit but seems like a guy who could go back and forth so unclear where this ends up.|
|3. 4* Cam Coleman||Central in Phenix City, AL (E AL)||247: #54, On3: #25, Comp2: #38||This guy's the real deal - big bodied but with slot speed and one of the best high-pointers in the class. Alabama's been trying to get him on campus and he's been uninterested, so the communication has been laid back. Cam and Perry Thompson kinda fill the same role so it's not a huge concern but Auburn is leading here and would give Hugh Freeze a real weapon.|
|1. 4* Caleb Odom||Carrollton in Carrollton, GA (W GA)||247: #85, On3: #69, Comp2: #77||A true mismatch nightmare, Odom is a true receiving threat TE, big bodied with room to grow but a little slender currently. Caleb is kinda wide open at the moment but this feels like one where Bama should start to push, with UGA snagging two of their targets in Jaden Reddell and Colton Heinrich|
|1. 4* OT Daniel Calhoun||Walton in Marietta, GA (Atlanta Metro)||247: #86, On3: #106, Comp2: #96||A mammoth of a prospect, Calhoun has the look of a SEC lineman, able to play on the left or right side of the offensive line. Top 3 of Bama, UGA, and Texas but suprise suprise, this looks like another Bama/UGA battle. Feel better about Bama in this one but it's close and OVs will be big.|
|2. 4* IOL Casey Poe||Lindale in Lindale, TX (E TX)||247: #142, On3: #134, Comp2: #138||One of the most coveted interior prospects, Poe boasts both a mean streak as well as the ability to move the center, making him about as A1 as you can get for an interior OL prospect. Top 3 currently would be Alabama, Oklahoma, and UGA. Will be a tough battle but Alabama is the perceived leader heading into visits. Bama REALLY wants him.|
|3. 4* OL Jordan Seaton||IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL (Originally from Washington DC)||247: #41, On3: #42, Comp2: #41||Big, athletic frame who could end up playing inside or out - Seaton prefers OT but somecurrently leaning towards IOL. Ohio State was and is very involved but Bama/UGA feel like the primary players since making the move to IMG. I believe he visited for the A-Day game and it certainly seems like Bama will be an option until the end here.|
|4. 4* OT Marques Easley||Kankakee in Kankakee, IL (NE IL)||247: #263, On3: #240, Comp2: #251||A longer and leaner tackle prospect, Bama and UGA are again involved with Tennessee being the 3rd team in the mix, as well as the possible leader. Despite the Vols' early lead, this one can really go any direction after visits.|
|5. 4* OT Weston Davis||Beaumont United in Beaumont, TX (SE TX)||247: #180, On3: #124, Comp2: #152||A basketball-first prospect with high-upside as an OT, Davis has some interest in Bama but local programs like Texas A&M are getting some good recent buzz. Think it'll be paramount for Weston to camp.|
|1. 4* DE Jeremiah Beamon||Parker in Birmingham, AL||247: #103, On3: #98, Comp2: #100||Alabama's most recent commitment, Jeremiah is a FORCE rushing the passer, a little undersized with plenty of room to grow before a potential reneissance. If that sounds like Quinnen Williams, it's because that's the comp he's been getting. Many thought he'd be a sooner or later kinda commit and he went ahead and stopped messing around.|
|1. 5* DE Eddrick Houston||Buford in Buford, GA (Atlanta Metro)||247: #15, On3: #15, Comp2: #15||High upside, athleticism, and flexibility - bit of a tweener for the Saban defense who could slim down to an Anfernee Jennings role and add some weight to try and emulate Jonathan Allen. Another prospect that I think comes down to Bama and UGA, I feel better about Bama's chances here than with Eddrick's Buford teammate, KJ Bolden.|
|2. 4* DT Terrance Hibler||Holmes County Central in Lexington, MS (Cent MS)||247: #281, On3: #368, Comp2: #324||A bit undersized, Terrance makes up for it with violence, punch, and pure 'want-to'. Alabama has made a great early impression, alongside local Miss State, and the Tide are in a great spot if they choose to push here.|
|3. 3* DE Utah Commit Isaia Faga||Central in Phenix City, AL (E AL)||247: #733, On3: #676, Comp2: #704||Alabama has seen some recent success with Pacific Island players but it's rare to have one so local. Isaia excels at getting through traffic and getting into the backfield. Isaia's uncle is the Utah DL coach, leading to the early commitment, but Alabama is interested in seeing him camp and who knows where it could go from there.|
|1. 4* Cayden Jones||Christ School in Arden, NC (W NC)||247: #147, On3: #171, Comp2: #159||Alabama has been looking more and more at hybrid LB types who could end up on the EDGE or off-ball (Jihaad Campell, Qua Russaw) - Cayden Jones is another, playing a ton off-ball and walking down to the edge and will likely project into a Terrell Lewis/Dallas Turner - type role. Since last year, Cayden had been up-front about wanting the green light to commit and jumped on it when he got the chance.|
|1. 5* Dylan Stewart||Friendship Collegiate Academy in Washington DC||247: #10, On3: #9, Comp2: #9||Maybe the top pure Edge guy, Dylan reminds me of Keon Keeley from last cycle; similar build, bend and length. Visits to Alabama, Ohio State, Miami, South Carolina and UGA have put all 5 in contention, similar to Keeley. I'd give the Gamecocks and Hurricanes the edge going into the summer but Alabama is RIGHT there and another visit to campus could flip the script.|
|2. 4* Jordan Ross||Vestavia Hills in Birmingham, AL||247: #38, On3: #33, Comp2: #35||A high-end Edge, Jordan flashes natural talent that can only grow with development. A little undersized, Alabama has told him to gain weight and camp prior to a serious pursuit, giving UGA and Tennessee an early lead. This could change quickly this summer, as Jordan finds his way onto campus.|
|3. 5* Colin Simmons||Duncanville in Duncanville, TX (DFW Metro)||247: #4, On3: #3, Comp2: #3||One of the Nation's top athletes, Simmons effortlessly flies around off the edge. LSU and Texas are battling it out thus far but Alabama will continue to work here.|
|1. 4* Sterling Dixon||Mobile Christian School in Mobile, AL||247: #188, On3: #164, Comp2: #176||Similar to Cayden Jones, Sterling is another hybrid type - beginning as an edge type with some off-ball experience, Sterling will transition to ILB this offseason for Mobile Christian and then at Alabama. A long-time commit, Sterling will take some visits but there's not a huge concern there.|
|1. 5* UGA Commit Demarcus Riddick||Chilton County in Clanton, AL (Cent AL)||247: #25, On3: #38, Comp2: #31||Demarcus is an excellent example of a modern LB and exactly what Alabama wants from the position: excellent weaving through traffic, sideline-to-sideline movement and can shade down to rush the passer. An early UGA commit, the strength of that commitment has wavered significantly and while there's still some work to do, the feeling is he could very likely flip to Alabama over the summer.|
|2. 5* Justin Williams||Oak Ridge in Conroe, TX (Houston area)||247: #13, On3: #12, Comp2: #12||Similarly archetypal LB prospect: a bit slight at the moment, he makes up for it with WR-level speed and burst, making him a real weapon against a high-powered offense. Oregon, Alabama, and UGA are the likely top 3 - Bama made a good impression this spring but needs to get him back on campus ASAP - feels like UGA could swoop in here if Riddick flips.|
|3. 4* Bradley Shaw||Hoover in Hoover, AL (Birmingham area)||247: #176, On3: #139, Comp2: #157||More of a traditional ILB, football IQ and sure tackling give him a Shaun Dion Hamilton feel. Alabama, Auburn, and UGA are the top 3 schools and this feels like Iron Bowl battle, where Alabama will win or lose based on how they push to reel him in.|
|1. 5* CB Jaylen Mbakwe||Clay-Chalkville in Pinson, AL (Birmingham area)||247: #19, On3: #17, Comp2: #18||A legitimate two-way player, Mbakwe, like Kool-Aid before him, could have been a 5* WR as well as DB but prefers defense. Jaylen is the defensive leader of the class and will be pretty instrumental in how the defensive class comes together.|
|1. 5* CB Charles Lester III||Riverview in Sarasota, FL (Cent FL)||247: #16, On3: #19, Comp2: #17||An all-around athlete with the ability to play multiple DB positions, CL3 could be commited or off the board at any moment. There's a clear interest in Alabama on his end but the Tide have yet to really push, leaving the door wide open for FSU. He OVs on June 3rd so it's likely that we'll have a better idea of where Bama goes after that.|
|2. 4* CB Jameer Grimsley||Tampa Catholic in Tampa, FL||247: #230, On3: #195, Comp2: #212||Somewhat of the prototypical Saban corner, with a long and lean build and a wingspan for days. Jameer has seen his recruitment skyrocket this spring and schools like Bama, FSU, and Penn State are pushing. Bama's got a great shot for this prospect who should continue to rise.|
|3. 4* S UGA Commit Peyton Woodward||St. John Bosco in Bellflower, CA (SoCal)||247: #69, On3: #70, Comp2: #69||Peyton shows good play speed and flows to the target in run defense; a good balanced safety. Peyton has not been shy about letting other programs try to flip him from the Dawgs and his family is full of Alabama fans, making the Tide a very possible flip option.|
|4. 4* CB Zabien Brown||Mater Dei in Santa Ana, CA (SoCal)||247: #57, On3: #56 , Comp2: #56||Zabien is a physical pass defender who excels at getting in passing lanes and making plays on the ball - not a specimen but a true competitor. As a Mater Dei kid, the axiom has been USC most often has first right of refusal so we'll see how the summer visits go and if Bama can/will make a push here.|
|5. 5* S KJ Bolden||Buford in Buford, GA (Atlanta Metro)||247: #8, On3: #5, Comp2: #6||Likely the top DB in the 2024 class, KJ is how they come; a true 5* safety. UGA has a healthy lead thus far but Bama (alongside others) will have a chance to fight back during summer OVs|
|6. 5* CB UGA Commit Ellis Robinson IV||IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL (Originally from CT)||247: #5, On3: #7, Comp2: #6||One of the stickiest DBs in the class, Ellis was the other 5* CB alongside Alabama freshman Desmond Ricks at IMG in 2023. Alabama led early but UGA got the momentum and the commitment. It's likely Ellis will take visits, including a potential OV to Alabama, but I would not predict a flip to Alabama at this time or in the future.|
2023.06.02 02:14 LoveMangaBuddy Read My Butler, Not Lover - Chapter 115 - MangaPuma
2023.06.02 01:48 Independent_Long_164 Best cities for FP&A Opportunities to COL Ratio?
2023.06.01 23:02 Historical_Ad5660 just a few stories i’d like to share
2023.06.01 22:16 NavdeepD2 How do I print only those lines where Country is equal to x ? e.g US
2023.06.01 20:11 RickyRacer2020 My 11 KISS Concerts Over Time: 1978 to 2023
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2023.06.01 17:30 Nidoras Pacific War III, 1943-March 1944 Peacock-Shah Alternate Elections
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"JAPS LEAVE SOLOMON ISLANDS AS NIMITZ DECLARES VICTORY IN BISMARCK SEA," Philip Warden, The Chicago Tribune, March 4, 1943,
GUADALCANAL-Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was reported dead this morning at the hands of a successful American Naval air raid near the end of the Solomon Islands campaign. General Omar Bradley declared yesterday that Japanese forces had wholly cleared the area, with Secretary of State Stimson declaring the offensive to be a success despite months of brutal fighting, mere hours after Bradley's declaration, with General Douglas MacArthur by his side. Admirals Spruance and Hart are reported to be in pursuit of the temporarily leaderless Japanese fleet through the South Pacific, rushing for the remaining strongholds of the Rising Sun. Meanwhile, amidst swirling allegations of a growing rift between himself and President Luce stemming from political differences and a refusal to promote the famed Raider beyond Brigadier General, Evans Fordyce Carlson had been removed from the occupation council on Guadalcanal.
"LEMAY STRIKES FOR URAJIOSUTOKU," Jack Smith, The Los Angeles Times, June 29, 1943
URAJIOSUTOKU, WHITE RUSSIA-Russian collaborationist leader Grigory Semyonov is reported to be in hiding in the aftermath of the largest American bombing raid on White Russia since the beginning of the war, striking the port of Urajiosutoku, referred to as Vladivostok by native Russians. Semyonov has accused Bolshevik Russia of aiding and abetting the United States Air Force in bombing raids upon the Japanese-controlled Russian Far East and industrial centers through Manchuria, thereby violating its neutrality, allegations cited by the Imperial Japanese Navy in their complete embargo of Soviet ships in Japanese waters, though they have been denied by newly promoted Major General Curtis LeMay.
Former President William Randolph Hearst
"HEARST BRANDED HEROIC ON TARAWA," Charles Lederer, The Atlanta Georgian, November 15, 1943
TARAWA, SOUTH PACIFIC-Mere weeks after General Bradley set foot on Tarawa, former President William R. Hearst visited troops on the front lines alongside actress Marion Davies at the invitation of his son, Captain Randolph A. Hearst. A group of soldiers, sailors, and airmen, including Private Frank Lautenberg, pictured above with President Hearst, held a gathering in honor of Mr. Hearst. Many airmen, soldiers, and sailors have joined their fellow Americans in the recent boom for Hearst for President. In New York, over a thousand war widows may have gathered in Madison Square Garden to promote Hearst as "heroic" for his visit to Tarawa so soon after the conclusion of active fighting.
"HART REACHES MIDWAY, FENG SURROUNDS JAPANESE AT HSIAN" Paul Bewsher, The Daily Mail, January 3, 1944
MIDWAY ISLAND, CENTRAL PACIFIC- Over two years beyond the American attack on Pearl Harbor, conflict is reported to have begun between American and Japanese fleets East of the island of Midway, the first significant battleship engagements in the region despite years of aerial and submarine warfare. This development is credited with the recent promotion of Admiral Thomas C. Hart to full command of American actions in the North Pacific Theater and the concomitant sidelining of Generals MacArthur and Patton, reportedly at the request of their superior, General Omar Bradley.
Across the ocean, limited news from the Chinese theater suggests that the Japanese Tenth Army remains surrounded by Chinese revolutionary leader Feng Yuxiang at the city of Hsian, with Japanese reinforcements redirected to respond to a renewed wave of island hopping in the South Pacific ordered by President Luce. However, domestic criticis such as former Speaker of the House of Representatives Charles Coughlin and former Senate Majority Leader Robert M. La Follette, both seen as contenders for the nomination of the opposition Farmer-Labor Party for the presidency in 1944, have accused Luce of unnecessarily sacrificing American lives in an attempt to preserve Feng's advance through Japanese occupied China. More moderate critics such as newspaper editor William Randolph Hearst, who held the presidency himself as a Farmer-Laborite between 1905 and 1909, have accused Luce of working too closely with the Chinese rebellion's right wing, led by Chiang Kai-Shek, whose wife has been accused of having an affair with American envoy Wendell Willkie. Hearst himself has been accused of harboring presidential ambitions despite recently celebrating his 80th birthday.
Chinese troops marching into battle
2023.06.01 16:16 fishpen0 PSA: Air quality here is currently worse than LA.
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2023.06.01 13:07 rusticgorilla Florida jail officials refuse heart transplant recipient his medication, causing his death; DOJ says Louisiana officers violated law in death of autistic teen
“I am on medication,” Barry told the judge. “I just had a heart transplant, and I haven’t taken my medicine all day since I have been locked up, and I take rejection medicines for my heart so my heart won’t reject it, and I’m almost two years out.”Barry also told jail officials while in police custody; they made note of it, but never gave him the drugs.
The medical records, initially obtained by Jacksonville civil rights attorney Andrew Bonderud, show that Barry also told the jail’s healthcare providers about his medications. Barry only received his blood pressure medicine and a drug for cholesterol and his prostate, according to the medicine log.Barry died at home three days after being released, having missed at least five doses of the anti-rejection medication.
Bonderud said he believes the jail not giving Barry his anti-rejection medicine “was entirely driven by profit and a profit motive.” Bonderud, who is representing Barry’s family, explained, “Generic cholesterol medication probably isn’t that expensive. But the heart transplant medicine is very expensive.”
Dr. Maya Guglin, an Indiana cardiologist on the board at the American College of Cardiology, said organ transplant recipients have to take anti-rejection medications because their bodies view the new organ as an invasion that must be fought off.
“If you just drop those medications, everyone is eventually going to reject that organ,” she said.
Even if medication is restarted, it will be too late, Guglin said.
“Prior to arriving at the Plaintiffs’ location, Sheriff’s deputies failed to plan, choosing instead to ride in like cowboys from a John Wayne movie, defaulting to using deadly force, immediately, without attempting to deescalate the situation, in complete disregard for State law/regulation, Sheriff’s policies, and/or County ordinances,” the lawsuit states.York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson has defended the deputies’ actions, claiming that Mullinax picked up the shotgun in his truck and the officers feared for their lives. Three of the deputies who shot Mullinax are still on duty.
According to court documents, the deputies fired almost 50 rounds at Mullinax, striking him approximately nine times, including in the head. The plaintiffs’ attorneys allege this happened despite Beason being in the line of fire and Mullinax having both his arms raised.
“I tell all of my deputies that their goal is to serve the citizens of York County and then to go home safely to their families. Mr. Mullinax chose to put these men in danger by pulling a shotgun. These deputies responded appropriately to the threat as they were trained to do. Had Mr. Mullinax made different choices that day, deputies would not have been required to use force,” said Sheriff Kevin Tolson. “Our ultimate goal is to ensure the safety of the public and our deputies. Regardless of the outcome of this lawsuit, we want to reassure our residents that we will continue to provide high quality and professional law enforcement service.”Mullinax survived numerous gunshot wounds, including three to his head. After shooting him, the department charged Mullinax with allegedly pointing a gun at them.
Plaintiff Mullinax, who somehow miraculously survived the horrific shooting, has maintained his innocence of the criminal charges brought by Sheriff’s deputies. Plaintiff Mullinax denies pointing, brandishing, or presenting a firearm in any threating manner at Sheriff’s deputies, and Plaintiff Beason, who was present and standing directly beside the vehicle in plain view of Plaintiff Mullinax, maintains Plaintiff Mullinax did not point, brandish, or present a firearm in any threating manner at Sheriff’s deputies.
E.P. began to slap himself in the head, a behavior which is a common physical trait for many persons on the Severe Autistic Spectrum Disorder and is a readily observable manifestation of the person’s disability and anxiety.During this outburst, Parsa began physically struggling with his dad. The manager of the laser tag venue called the police to report there was “a man with his autistic child…in a confrontation” in the parking lot.
Along with other repetitive motions, this repetitive head slapping is sometimes referred to as type of “stimming” and can be an attempt by the person with autism to calm themselves when confronted with frustration, anxiety and/or inability to communicate. It can also be used by the individual as a self-calming or self-soothing technique to try to avert or mitigate the severity of an outburst or as self-injurious behavior. It is a visible sign that the person may be experiencing or is about to experience an outburst.
The physical restraint of E.P. in JPSO custody began with a 6’3”, very large, over 300-pound deputy taking E.P. to the ground, striking him and then sitting on E.P.’s back, holding him face down, for approximately seven minutes. Eventually there were a total of seven JPSO deputies involved, sitting on, handcuffing, shackling, holding down, or standing by E.P. as he was restrained and held face down on his stomach against the hard surface of the parking lot. The final application of excessive force against E.P. involved a deputy using his forearm to place a choke/neck hold around E.P.’s head, shoulder and neck, as he lay in a prone position, with a deputy on his back, and other deputies holding down his arms and legs, while he was handcuffed and in leg shackles.Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s deputies sat on Parsa for more than nine minutes, only releasing him after “his body had gone limp and he had urinated on himself.”
9 minutes and 6 seconds. This is how long this extremely dangerous, lifethreatening and forceful prone restraint, involving the use of the deputies’ body weight and holds, mechanical restraints, choke/neck hold, following a period of physical exertion, was applied to an unarmed, obese 16-year-old severely autistic child in the midst of a sensory outburst or meltdown.Parsa was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead. His parents filed a lawsuit against the Sheriff’s office, arguing that the deputies violated Parsa’s First, Fourth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendment rights, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act.
During that 9 minutes and 6 seconds, there were several clear and distinct opportunities, when E.P. was secured, was calm, was not actively resisting, when the JPSO deputies failed to de-escalate, failed to appropriately reduce the use of force against E.P., and failed to intervene to prevent the use of excessive force by other deputies.
Once E.P. was handcuffed, they did not roll him onto his side. They did not sit him up or stand him up. They did not secure him in a vehicle. They did not continuously monitor him. Instead, they continued to hold him face down, on his belly, while applying unreasonable and excessive force, resulting in his death. It wasn’t until his body had gone limp and he had urinated on himself that the deputies rolled him into “recovery position.” By then it was too late
Here, the record is replete with facts showing that several Defendants knew about E.P.'s disability before or on arrival to the scene and that others learned of his disability during the encounter…Plaintiffs have also put forth evidence that the deputies, who knew they were responding to a call for assistance with a child experiencing a behavioral health crisis, used force inappropriately to respond to a child’s known disability-related behavior…
Critically, nothing in the briefing suggests that E.P. had a weapon, that officers ever reasonably suspected he had a weapon, or that there was a threat to human life… because abundant facts show that Defendants were on notice of E.P.’s disability, a reasonable jury could conclude that Defendants should have reasonably modified their procedures in restraining E.P.
2023.06.01 06:26 LoveMangaBuddy Read My Butler, Not Lover - Chapter 114 - MangaPuma
2023.06.01 01:05 ba0bo0 MVP level QB just got a 6 week injury in week 17 while we're 13-3.
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2023.05.31 21:22 Blooper_Bot Game Thread: Braves @ Athletics - Wed, May 31 @ 03:37 PM EDT
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|2||Olson - 1B||4||0||0||0||1||1||3||.233||.357||.533|
|3||Riley, A - 3B||3||0||0||1||0||0||2||.263||.332||.452|
|4||d'Arnaud - C||4||0||0||0||0||1||5||.297||.318||.406|
|5||Ozuna - DH||4||0||0||0||0||2||0||.213||.293||.460|
|6||Rosario, E - LF||3||1||1||0||0||0||0||.239||.269||.405|
|a-Pillar - LF||1||0||0||0||0||1||0||.259||.289||.518|
|7||Albies - 2B||4||1||1||2||0||1||0||.251||.294||.465|
|8||Arcia, Or - SS||3||2||3||0||1||0||0||.314||.371||.471|
|9||Harris II, M - CF||3||0||0||0||1||2||3||.174||.260||.266|
|a-Struck out for Rosario, E in the 8th.|
|BATTING: 2B: Acuña Jr. (16, Kaprielian). HR: Albies (11, 5th inning off Kaprielian, 1 on, 1 out). TB: Acuña Jr. 3; Albies 4; Arcia, Or 3; Rosario, E. RBI: Acuña Jr. (31); Albies 2 (36); Riley, A (29). 2-out RBI: Riley, A. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: d'Arnaud 4. Team RISP: 1-for-5. Team LOB: 7.|
|FIELDING: E: Arcia, Or (2, fielding). DP: (Riley, A-Albies-Olson).|
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|3||Noda - 1B||2||1||0||0||2||1||2||.231||.393||.448|
|4||Laureano - RF||3||0||1||1||1||0||1||.214||.275||.390|
|5||Pérez, C - C||3||0||0||1||0||0||2||.268||.337||.402|
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|6||Díaz, A - DH||2||0||0||0||0||0||1||.190||.248||.246|
|a-Brown, S - DH||2||0||0||0||0||0||1||.180||.242||.361|
|7||Bride - 3B||3||0||0||0||0||0||0||.200||.200||.200|
|8||Peterson - 2B||2||0||0||0||1||0||0||.192||.289||.278|
|9||Allen, N - SS||3||0||1||0||0||1||0||.209||.258||.253|
|a-Lined out for Díaz, A in the 6th. b-Flied out for Pérez, C in the 9th.|
|BATTING: 2B: Rooker (9, Shuster). TB: Allen, N; Laureano; Rooker 2. RBI: Laureano (13); Pérez, C (10). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Brown, S; Noda. GIDP: Díaz, A. Team RISP: 1-for-7. Team LOB: 4.|
|Shuster (W, 2-2)||5.1||3||2||2||4||1||0||68-39||4.99|
|Chavez (H, 11)||0.2||0||0||0||0||0||0||3-2||1.88|
|Minter (H, 1)||1.0||0||0||0||0||1||0||13-8||6.66|
|Anderson, N (H, 9)||1.0||0||0||0||0||1||0||12-9||3.47|
|Iglesias, R (S, 5)||1.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||6-6||3.72|
|Kaprielian (L, 0-6)||4.2||5||3||3||1||4||1||77-60||8.12|
|IBB: Olson (by Kaprielian).|
|HBP: Riley, A (by Kaprielian).|
|Pitches-strikes: Shuster 68-39; Chavez 3-2; Minter 13-8; Anderson, N 12-9; Iglesias, R 6-6; Kaprielian 77-60; Lovelady 14-11; Waldichuk 23-14; Long 26-17.|
|Groundouts-flyouts: Shuster 5-2; Chavez 1-0; Minter 1-1; Anderson, N 1-1; Iglesias, R 1-2; Kaprielian 2-3; Lovelady 2-1; Waldichuk 1-1; Long 2-0.|
|Batters faced: Shuster 22; Chavez 2; Minter 3; Anderson, N 3; Iglesias, R 3; Kaprielian 21; Lovelady 4; Waldichuk 6; Long 7.|
|Inherited runners-scored: Chavez 2-1; Lovelady 3-0.|
|Umpires: HP: Phil Cuzzi. 1B: Ryan Wills. 2B: Mark Ripperger. 3B: Dan Bellino.|
|Weather: 61 degrees, Partly Cloudy.|
|Wind: 12 mph, Out To RF.|
|First pitch: 12:38 PM.|
|Venue: Oakland Coliseum.|
|May 31, 2023|
|Top 5||Ozzie Albies homers (11) on a line drive to right field. Eddie Rosario scores.||2-0 ATL|
|Top 5||Austin Riley hit by pitch. Orlando Arcia scores. Ronald Acuna Jr. to 3rd. Matt Olson to 2nd.||3-0 ATL|
|Bottom 6||Ramon Laureano singles on a ground ball to left fielder Eddie Rosario. Brent Rooker scores. Ryan Noda to 3rd.||3-1 ATL|
|Bottom 6||Carlos Perez grounds out, shortstop Orlando Arcia to first baseman Matt Olson. Ryan Noda scores. Ramon Laureano to 2nd.||3-2 ATL|
|Top 7||Ronald Acuna Jr. singles on a ground ball to right fielder Ramon Laureano. Orlando Arcia scores. Michael Harris II to 3rd.||4-2 ATL|
|ATL||Bullpen availability for Atlanta, May 31 vs Athletics (00:00:07)|
|OAK||Bullpen availability for Oakland, May 31 vs Braves (00:00:07)|
|OAK||Fielding alignment for Oakland, May 31 vs Braves (00:00:11)|
|ATL||Fielding alignment for Atlanta, May 31 vs Athletics (00:00:11)|
|ATL||Jared Shuster's outing against the Athletics (00:00:22)|
|ATL||Jared Shuster picks off Ruiz (00:00:24)|
|ATL||Ozzie Albies' two-run homer (11) (00:00:20)|
|James Kaprielian K's Harris (00:00:10)|
|Austin Riley's RBI HBP (00:00:09)|
|OAK||Ramón Laureano's RBI single (00:00:20)|
|OAK||Carlos Pérez's RBI groundout (00:00:28)|
|ATL||Ronald Acuña Jr.'s running catch (00:00:13)|
|ATL||Ronald Acuña Jr.'s RBI single (00:00:19)|
|ATL||Jared Shuster strikes out Rooker (00:00:21)|
|ATL||Raisel Iglesias slams the door (00:00:14)|
|OAK||Esteury Ruiz makes a nice catch (00:00:19)|
|OAK||James Kaprielian K's four (00:00:18)|
|ATL||Braves vs. A's Highlights (00:03:19)|
|ATL||Condensed Game: [email protected] 5/31/23 (00:07:14)|
|OAK||Mark Kotsay on 4-2 loss to Braves (00:01:18)|
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|South Dakota State South Dakota State||powerofwill72||Flexbone||4-3|
|Total Passing Yards||Total Rushing Yards||Total Yards||Interceptions Lost||Fumbles Lost||Field Goals||Time of Possession||Timeouts|
|70 yards||80 yards||150 yards||0||0||0/0||6:20||3|
|Total Passing Yards||Total Rushing Yards||Total Yards||Interceptions Lost||Fumbles Lost||Field Goals||Time of Possession||Timeouts|
|29 yards||15 yards||44 yards||0||0||0/0||4:23||3|
|home for 7 yards in 36 seconds ending in punt|
|away for 6 yards in 50 seconds ending in punt|
|home for 6 yards in 53 seconds ending in punt|
|away for 57 yards in 138 seconds ending in touchdown|
|home for 17 yards in 63 seconds ending in punt|
|away for 87 yards in 147 seconds ending in touchdown|
|3:17||2||2nd & 10||39 Butler||Butler||06/02 11:58 PM EST||06/10 10:07 AM EST|
|South Dakota State||7||7||0||0||14|