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Tragic Solutions: The 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, Historical ...

Eleven days after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Congress passed the Air Transportation Safety and Stabilization Act (hereinafter “Act” or “Stabilization Act”)1 to protect air carriers from tort lawsuits that threatened to cripple air travel in America. The Act capped tort lawsuits against the airlines at their pre-existing liability insurance limits and limited jurisdiction for tort claims to the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Moreover, the Act established the September 11th Compensation Fund of 2001 (hereinafter “Fund” or “9/11 Fund”), in which victims of the attacks could opt to waive all federal and state tort claims and receive administrative relief through a predetermined formula, under the discretion of the Fund administrator. That the airlines were so concerned about their liability exposure, and the Congress so willing to act promptly upon that concern, is a testament to the mess our modern civil justice system has become.2 This paper will: (1) outline the contours of the “litigation explosion” in the United States, and the problems it creates; (2) examine briefly the historical precedents for administrative remedies designed to replace common law tort actions; (3) expand this analysis to survey the 9/11 Fund experience; and (4) discuss the implications of this experience for possible policy solutions to the liability crisis.

FACT SHEET - 911Truth.Org
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For a Criminal Investigation of the Events of September 11th, 2001 The worst single criminal act ever committed on US soil, the attacks of September 11th, 2001 have served as justification for: US invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq; a new doctrine of preventive war; the USA PATRIOT Act and Department of Homeland Security; torture and indefinite detention of “enemy combatants”; surveillance of citizens without a court warrant; and shifting trillions of dollars in public spending priorities. Surveys by Zogby and Scripps-Howard found that significant proportions of US citizens believe their own government had “actionable foreknowledge” of the attacks and “consciously failed to act” (Zogby 2004), or even that elements of the state were involved in orchestrating the attacks. The widespread disbelief in the official story indicates a deep crisis of trust in government, one that only an exhaustive and fearless criminal investigation can address. We firmly believe there is probable cause for such an investigation. The case for investigation is based on three pillars: 1) evidence of cover-up and a lack of serious investigation after the fact; 2) evidence of misconduct on the day of 9/11 3) evidence of foreknowledge and preparation before September 11th. Undertaking a full-scale, truly independent investigation is imperative, not only because there must be justice for the victims, but also because of the role 9/11 has played in justifying policies of aggression supposedly justifed by 9/11 must be halted, and a shattered public trust must be repaired. The 9/11 Cover-up 1 • During their 2002 inquiry, the Congressional joint intelligence committees (who redacted 1/4 of their report) were scrutinized by an FBI counter-investigation, which invaded the Senate in search of an alleged leak. It was widely believed that the FBI investigation may have been intended to have a chilling effect on the conduct of the Congressional Joint Inquiry. • The Congressional investigation failed to pursue solid evidence of a money trail to the alleged hijackers from the US-allied Pakistani intelligence agency (ISI). The ISI chief was removed from his post when strong evidence of his connection to the plot surfaced in early October 2001, but no serious punitive action was taken against him. • Evidence was destroyed or withheld, including suppression of the discovery of black boxes from the two flights at Ground Zero and the destruction of tapes made by the air traffic controllers who handled the same flights.2 • Whistleblowers such as FBI translator Sibel Edmonds and Anthony Shaffer of “Able Danger” were disciplined or fired, even as FBI, CIA, and military officials who were blamed for failures received promotions and medals. • The September 11th relatives who lobbied for the 9/11 Commission (after 14 months of White House resistance) submitted 400 questions that Commissioners accepted as a “roadmap.” 70 percent of the questions were fully ignored in The 9/11 Commission Report. Many of the relatives later declared the Report a whitewash.3 • 9/11 Commissioner Max Cleland resigned in late 2003, calling the panel a whitewash and saying, “Bush is scamming America.” There • Philip Zelikow, the 9/11 Commission executive director who oversaw the panel’s activities, refused to step down after the September 11th families called for his resignation due to grave conflicts of interest (close association with Condoleezza Rice, member of White House national security staff both before 9/11 and in 2002, member of Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board). • Rice may have committed perjury in her April 2004 Commission testimony that an August 2001 Presidential Daily Briefing to Bush was only of “historical significance,” when in fact it detailed current intelligence. • The 9/11 Commission Report claimed the financial background of the attacks was unknown, but dismissed the question as being of “little practical significance” (page 172). Since when doesn’t an investigation “follow the money”? • Large sections of the report are based on the confessions of “enemy combatants” such as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, as provided in the form of transcripts by the government. The 9/11 Commission staff was not allowed to see or interview any of these “enemy combatants.” • Over a period of several years, NORAD, FAA, White House and military officials gave widely divergent and conflicting accounts of the air defense response to 9/11, but no one was ever held accountable for upholding falsehoods. The 9/11 Commission chairs later admitted they considered a criminal investigation of NORAD’s statements, but preferred instead to present a unanimous report. • The focus of the Commission will be on the future. We’re not interested in trying to assess blame. We do not consider that part of the Commission’s responsibility. – Lee Hamilton, 9/11 Commission vice-chairman.

College Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry

Welcome to the COMPASS Sample Mathematics Test! You are about to look at some sample test questions as you prepare to take the actual COMPASS test. The examples in this booklet are similar to the kinds of test questions you are likely to see when you take the actual COMPASS test. Since this is a practice exercise, you will answer just a few questions and you won’t receive a real test score. The answer key follows the sample questions. Once you are ready to take the actual COMPASS test, you need to know that the test is computer delivered and untimed— that is, you may work at your own pace. After you complete the test, you can get a score report to help you make good choices when you register for college classes. We hope you benefit from these sample questions, and we wish you success as you pursue your education and career goals! Note to Parents The test questions in this sample set are similar to the kinds of test questions your son or daughter will encounter when they take the actual COMPASS test. Since these questions are only for practice, they do not produce a test score; students answer more questions on the actual test. The aim of this booklet is to give a sense of the kinds of questions examinees will face and their level of difficulty. There is an answer key at the end. COMPASS Mathematics Tests The COMPASS Mathematics Tests are organized around five principal content domains: numerical skills/prealgebra, algebra, college algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. To ensure variety in the content and complexity of items within each domain, COMPASS includes mathematics items of three general levels of cognitive complexity: basic skills, application, and analysis. A basic skills item can be solved by performing a sequence of basic operations. An application item involves applying sequences of basic operations to novel settings or in complex ways. An analysis item requires students to demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the principles and relationships relevant to particular mathematical operations. Items in each of the content domains sample extensively from these three cognitive levels. Students are permitted to use calculators on all current Windows® and Internet versions of COMPASS Mathematics Tests. Calculators must, however, meet ACT’s specifications, which are the same for COMPASS and the ACT Assessment. These specifications are updated periodically and can be found at ACT’s website at http://www.act.org/aap/taking/calculator.html

Informe partición de herencia Ferran Abogados & Asociados www ...

ESTIPULACIONES Y FUNDAMENTACIÓN JURÍDICA: I. Que su padre y pareja, respectivamente, don CAUSANTE, con DNI-NIF: IIIII-B, falleció en Valencia, de donde era vecino, el día diez de agosto de 2011. Al momento de su muerte se hallaba viudo de doña CINCO, fallecida el 1 junio de 1991, de cuyo matrimonio tiene tres hijos, llamados UNO, DOS y TRES. II. Don CAUSANTE falleció bajo testamento autorizado por el notario de Valencia, Don José Manuel XXXX, el día 19 de octubre de dos mil siete, número de protocolo YYYY, en el cual: “Lega a DOÑA CUATRO, todas las cantidades de las que sea titular el testador en cuentas corrientes, plazos fijos, acciones, fondos y demás activos muebles. En el resto de su haber hereditario instituye herederos, por partes iguales entre ellos, a sus citados hijos UNO, DOS Y TRES, sustituidos vulgarmente, en caso de premoriencia, por sus respectivos descendientes por estirpes, habiendo, en defecto de descendientes, derecho de acrecer entre los coherederos”. III. Los únicos BIENES RELICTOS AL FALLECIMIENTO DEL CAUSANTE, son las cuentas corrientes siguientes: 1. CINCUENTA Y TRES MIL EUROS (53.000 €) depositados en el número de cuenta de la entidad Banco de Valencia. 2. MIL NOVECIENTOS OCHENTA Y DOS EUROS CON CUARENTA Y SEIS CÉNTIMOS (1.982,46 €) depositados en el número de cuenta de la entidad Banco de Valencia Ferran Abogados & Asociados 1 Informe partición de herencia Ferran Abogados & Asociados www.ferranabogados.com

Send flowers Italy e consegna fiori a domicilio

Se si desidera Send flowers Italy , torte , cioccolatini , liquori, animali imbalsamati o di vino , non esitate a contattare questi fornitori di servizi. Hanno un mazzolino di una dozzina di rose , bouquet di fiori freschi , arrangiamento elegante e molto altro ancora elementi che rendono la giornata dei vostri cari piacevole e memorabile pure. Essi offrono servizi Consegna Fiori per tutte le occasioni speciali, tra cui la festa della mamma , Buon compleanno , anniversario , San Valentino , Halloween , Get Well Soon , Matrimonio , Special Serenate e così via . Essi offrono vari articoli da regalo e servizi di consegna a prezzi molto convenienti .

Spring • Summer 2013 Lifestyle Beauty - ECRU New York

f a s h i o n h a i r s k i n c o s m e t i c s HAIR - ECRU New York Sea Clean Shampoo Protective Silk Conditioner Volumizing Silk Mist Sunlight Holding Spray MAKEUP - beautyADDICTS Express Quad in Solution Eyes Seduce Eye Pencil, Effortless Eyes Beautifull Lipstick in Femme Fatale Express Sleek Cheeks Blush Show-Off Mascara Scan to be entered to win or enter at: ecrunewyork.com/coverlook/ No purchase necessary. This season, designers overwhelmingly address consumers’ desire for self-expression, balance and the need to re-energize. The color direction for spring builds upon these compelling needs with a palette that mixes dynamic brights with novel neutrals to create a harmonious balance. This allows for unique combinations that offer practicality and versatility, but at the same time, demand attention and earn an appreciative glance. “The expression ‘balancing act’ is something we all relate to as we strive to find harmony in the frantic pace of our everyday lives,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®. “The same can be said for fashion as we look for balance between light and bright, classic and new. This season’s color palette emphasizes this need for balance, while at the same time allowing for individuality, self-expression and excitement.” The prevalence of green this spring is undeniable. Similar to the many shades in our natural surroundings, this season’s greens offer a stunning foreground or the perfect backdrop for all other hues. Like the first signs of spring, Tender Shoots, a vibrant yellow-green, is invigorating, active and cheerful, while Grayed Jade, a subtle, hushed green with a gray undertone, brings about a mood of quiet reflection and repose. Sophisticated Emerald, a lively, radiant green, inspires insight and clarity while enhancing our sense of well-being. From one extreme to the other, combining all three greens presents an intriguing choice much like Mother Nature intended. Exotic African Violet is a statement color that brings a touch of intrigue to the palette, as purples often do, and can be incorporated into many unexpected combinations. Try pairing it with exuberant Poppy Red, a seductive, sensual and celebratory shade. Whether it’s a knockout dress or a kiss on the lips, every woman’s wardrobe and beauty essentials should include this spirited, true red. Nectarine, a bright, effervescent citrus orange with coral undertones, provides a tangy burst of flavor while cheerful Lemon Zest brings out a piquant taste with its refreshing, spritely greenish cast. Signifying the time of day when everything starts to wind down, Dusk Blue offers a calming sense of serenity akin to its green counterpart, Grayed Jade. Both of these colors act as the season’s newest neutrals. For an unexpected mix, pair Dusk Blue with the intensity of Nectarine. A warm neutral,Linen is light and airy, providing a nudelike basic that is a must have for spring...

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Draft – Please do not cite or circulate without author’s permission. The success of Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist (1838) heralded the popularity in Victorian England of a new type of novel that traced the experience of displaced child protagonists as they found their proper place in the world by working out their relationships with a series of parents and parent-figures. The Victorian novel of child development, as I will call it, came to prominence at the same time as did a new body of English law that also dealt with children and parents. This was the field of English child custody law, which in adjudicating disputes between parents and other caretakers began to articulate why and how parentage matters for a developing child. An examination of one of the first highly publicized English child custody disputes, Wellesley v. Beaufort (1827), will bring out some of the concerns about childhood and parentage that are also at work in Oliver Twist. The reading of Oliver Twist that follows will delineate the contours of the novel of child development, and in so doing will explore why stories of children and parents became prominent in the Victorian age, and why the novelistic versions of these stories so often intertwined attention to childhood experience with attention to law. This paper argues that at stake in the Victorian story of the displaced and developing child was the fiction that the rigid social hierarchy of the feudal past was giving way to a freedom-of-contract meritocracy. As the paper suggests through its reading of Oliver Twist, the Victorian narrative of childhood helped to contain within the specialized realms of the novel and of child custody law the uncomfortable truth that ascription of status by birth did not so much disappear as become reconfigured, into the more palatable figure of the developing child. On the first of February, 1827, in a courtroom filled to capacity by a crowd that had waited since early morning for the courthouse to open,2 Lord Chancellor Eldon of the Court of Chancery announced his decision in the monumental child custody dispute that treatise writers would still refer to decades later as “the celebrated case”3 of Wellesley v. Beaufort.4 After two years of widely publicized litigation that entailed the taking of over two hundred depositions, the scandalous details of which were reported in the London papers, the Lord Chancellor ruled to deny William Long Wellesley the custody of his three children. The decision did not award custody to someone other than the father–their mother, Catherine Wellesley, had died two years earlier (killed, according to counsel, by the “broken heart” inflicted by her husband's profligate behavior (240)), and as he refers the case to a Master to determine “in whose custody and care these children should be placed,” the Lord Chancellor notes that “I know not whether there be any body who will accept this guardianship” (251-52). The father thus denied his children's custody had not treated them with cruelty or neglect; citing letters between Wellesley and his sons, the court notes that these exhibit an affectionate solicitude about the their upbringing and education, and concedes that there was much that was “good” in the principles Wellesley sought to instill in his children (250).5 Nor was this father poor, or insolvent, or an outlaw, as had been most of the other fathers denied custody of their children earlier in the century: Wellesley was, in fact, socially prominent—he was a nephew of the Duke of Wellington, soon to become Prime Minister, and was himself a member of Parliament—and immensely wealthy. Yet the Lord Chancellor declares that he “ought to be hunted out of society if I hesitated for one moment to say, that I would sooner forfeit my life” (247) than permit the 9-year-old Victoria, along with 11-year-old James and 13-year-old William, to return to the care of their father. His decision ends with the defiant statement that “if the House of Lords think proper to restore these children to Mr. Wellesley, let them do so; it shall not be done by my act” (251)...

F910V3 + INSTRUCCIONES - Ministerio de Hacienda

INFORME ANUAL DE RETENCIONES DEL IMPUESTO SOBRE LA RENTA SEÑOR CONTRIBUYENTE Conforme el artículo 123 del Código Tributario, las personas naturales y jurídicas, sucesiones o fideicomisos que efectúen retenciones del Impuesto sobre la Renta ,tienen la obligación de remitir ,dentro del mes de enero, un informe por medios manuales, magnéticos, electrónicos de las personas naturales o jurídicas o entidades, a las que hayan realizado tales retenciones en el año inmediato anterior ,bajo la especificaciones técnicas que la Administración Tributaria proporcione para tal efecto. Dicho informe deberá contener: v Nombre, Razón o denominación Social. v Numero Identificación Tributaria v Monto sujeto a retención v Impuesto retenido. Asimismo, conforme el articulo 128 del Código Tributario cuando la Administración Tributaria lo requiera, la información a que se refieren los artículos 122,122,123-A, 124 y 125 del Código, deberá ser proporcionada en medios magnéticos con las especificaciones técnicas que establezca la Administración. 1. Debe presentarse el informe, completando los datos de identificación: NIT, Nombre del Agente de Retención, Nombre y firma del Representante Legal. En el sistema DET el aplicativo se puede obtener mediante la presentación de un diskette (3.5) con capacidad de 1.44 mb o del sitio WEB del Ministerio de Hacienda www.mh.gob.sv. 2. La información que esta Dirección General requiere, corresponde a todos los contribuyentes a quienes se les hubiere retenido Impuesto sobre la Renta durante el Ejercicio Fiscal que informa. 3. Este formulario está estructurado en 2 secciones: Sección “A”, donde deberá anotarse los datos de identificación de la Persona Natural o Jurídica que actúa como Agente de Retención y el ejercicio a que corresponde. Sección “B”, que incluye la información de la persona quién se le efectuó la retención. En la columna de Código de Ingreso, colocar el Código sobre la clase de ingreso sobre la cual se realizó la retención. El valor que deberá informarse en la columna de Ingresos Sujetos de retención será el total de los ingresos pagados en el ejercicio que se informa; que fueron objeto de retención y en la última columna el Impuesto retenido. 4. En el pie de página, deberá anotar el nombre y a firma del Agente de Retención y el sello correspondiente de la Entidad o Empresa. Toda modificación a este informe, deberá presentarla en este mismo formulario, registrando en la casilla No. 2 el número del informe modificado. 6. OFICINAS HABILITADAS PARA RECEPCIONAR INFORME ANUAL DE RETENCIONES v Oficina Central Condominio Tres Torres v Centro Express del Contribuyente Centro de Gobierno y Soyapango, v Centro Express del Contribuyente Santa y San Miguel,...

Informe de labores 2012 - SRI
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Informe de Gestión Primer Trimestre El Servicio de Rentas Internas (SRI) pone a consideración de la ciudadanía en general, el Reporte Anual de Gestión 2012 que sintetiza en su contenido los logros y metas alcanzadas por la Institución durante este período. La Administración Tributaria alcanzó importantes logros especialmente en tema de recaudación neta. De enero a diciembre del 2012 ingresaron al fisco: US$ 11.263,9 millones de dólares, con un crecimiento nominal del 17,8% frente al año 2011. El monto recaudado constituyó aporte adicional significativo para el Presupuesto General del Estado, en más de US$ 700 millones, con un cumplimiento de 106,7% frente a la meta propuesta para ese año. El gran desafío de esta Administración es dejar un legado que recopile nuestras mejores prácticas y de otras administraciones tributarias, buscando la construcción colectiva de un modelo organizacional que sea eficiente, eficaz, que actúe con celeridad, oportunidad que sirva a la ciudadanía, que controle la contribución tributaria y que profundice el respeto y credibilidad de la ciudadanía. Para evidencia de este compromiso, es la reconversión del modelo de gestión a partir de la concepción de lo que hemos llamado: MIGERP, Modelo Integral de Gestión Estructural de Riesgos por Procesos, este modelo tiene integridad e integralidad, un modelo en el que todos estemos comprometidos con la excelencia total de la gestión institucional, Quien no construye el futuro, no tiene derecho a cuestionar el pasado, nosotros estamos construyendo el futuro...

SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO - Morgan Keller Concrete Construction

Morgan-Keller es un empleador de igual oportunidad y no discrimina sobre la base de raza, religion, color, nacionalidad de origen, edad, sexo, genero, desventaja fisica u otra caracteristica protegida por ley. INFORMACION INTRODUCTORIA: Nombre: ____________________________________________________ Fecha: _______________________ Direccion: ______________________________________________________________________________________ Ciudad: _____________________ Estado: _______Codigo Postal:__________Telefono: _________________ DECLARACION Y AUTORIZACION DE REPORTES DEL CONSUMIDOR Este documento sirve de aviso, de que en consideracion a su solicitud de trabajo (Incluyendo contrato de servicios) con Morgan-Keller, Inc., un reporte del consumidor y una investigacion del reporte del consumidor sere obtenido de usted. Este proceso incluira la verificacion del historial de educacion, historial de credito, historial de empleo, revision de informacion de agencias de gobierno del condado, del estado y agencias federales, archivos publicos de la corte, historial de conductor (MVR), archivos de compensacion de trabajo y verificacion de referencias de caracter profesional y personal. Estas referencias incluiran informacion general de su caracter y reputacion, caracteristicas personales, modo de vida y habitos de trabajo. El reporte del consumidor contiene informacion de lesiones, enfermedades y tambien informacion medica, la que sera obtenida, despues de que una tentativa de oferta de trabajo se haya hecho. El origen de los reportes sera la compania First Advantage, 2180 W. SR 434, Suite 4150, Longwood, FL 32779, con telefono gratis: 800.725.5051 ext: 122. Por favor tome en cuenta que usted tiene derecho a revisar el contenido de su reporte de consumidor, en horas de oficina y mostrando su identificacion personal. Usted tambien tiene el derecho de solicitar este reporte a First Advantage, despues de comprobar su identificacion y hacer pago de los cargos de solicitud. La naturaleza y el grado del reporte del consumidor sera con el Departamento de Vehiculos Motorizados, reportes de historial criminal Federal, Estatal o de Condado, y si la posicion que solicita asi lo requiere, tambien el historial de credito. Antes de tomar una accion adversa, basada en parte o totalidad del reporte del consumidor, le haremos llegar una copia de este reporte y un sumario de sus derechos de acuerdo con el Acta Justa de Reportes e informacion adicional de sus derechos de acuerdo a ley. Con su firma abajo, usted autoriza, sin reservacion a cualquier agencia el otorgar la informacion arriba mencionada. Tambien autoriza la solicitud de estos reportes mientras trabaja con nosotros (O en contrato). Al mismo tiempo autoriza el uso de fax, como si fuera un documento original. Autoriza y solicita, sin ninguna reservacion, que su actual o ultimas companias de empleo, colegio, policia, agencia criminal, institucion financiera, departamento del vehiculos motorizados, agencias de reporte del consumidor y otra personas y agencias con conocimiento de usted, otorguen a First Advantage con toda la informacion necesaria en su posesion, para que es base de esta informacion podamos considerar y evaluar sus cualificaciones. Para aquellos solicitantes en el estado de California, Minnesota y Oklahoma solamente, si usted desea recibir una copia del reporte del consumidor, cuando nosotros la obtengamos, por favor marque en el cuadro y le enviaremos una copia en los tres siguientes dias. Si conseguimos informacion acerca de su caracter, reputacion general, caracteristicas personales y modo de vida de otra fuente que no sea de la agencia de reporte del consumidor, le haremos llegar una copia de esta informacion dentro de los proximos siete dias, a no ser que marque en el cuadro indicando que no desea recibir esta informacion...

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