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MATCH SCHEDULE - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil TM GROUP MATCHES Date Thu Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sun Sun Sun Mon Mon Mon Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Thu Thu Thu Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sun Sun Sun Mon Mon Mon Mon Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Thu Thu Thu Thu ROUND OF 16 Match Teams 12.06.2014 13.06.2014 13.06.2014 13.06.2014 14.06.2014 14.06.2014 14.06.2014 14.06.2014 15.06.2014 15.06.2014 15.06.2014 16.06.2014 16.06.2014 16.06.2014 17.06.2014 17.06.2014 17.06.2014 18.06.2014 18.06.2014 18.06.2014 19.06.2014 19.06.2014 19.06.2014 20.06.2014 20.06.2014 20.06.2014 21.06.2014 21.06.2014 21.06.2014 22.06.2014 22.06.2014 22.06.2014 23.06.2014 23.06.2014 23.06.2014 23.06.2014 24.06.2014 24.06.2014 24.06.2014 24.06.2014 25.06.2014 25.06.2014 25.06.2014 25.06.2014 26.06.2014 26.06.2014 26.06.2014 26.06.2014 Group A Brazil - Croatia Mexico - Cameroon Spain - Netherlands Chile - Australia Colombia - Greece Côte d'Ivoire - Japan Uruguay - Costa Rica England - Italy Switzerland - Ecuador France - Honduras Argentina - Bosnia-Herzegovina Iran - Nigeria Germany - Portugal Ghana - USA Belgium - Algeria Russia - Korea Republic Brazil - Mexico Cameroon - Croatia Spain - Chile Australia - Netherlands Colombia - Côte d'Ivoire Japan - Greece Uruguay - England Italy - Costa Rica Switzerland - France Honduras - Ecuador Argentina - Iran Nigeria - Bosnia-Herzegovina Germany - Ghana USA - Portugal Belgium - Russia Korea Republic - Algeria Cameroon - Brazil Croatia - Mexico Australia - Spain Netherlands - Chile Japan - Colombia Greece - Côte d'Ivoire Italy - Uruguay Costa Rica - England Honduras - Switzerland Ecuador - France Nigeria - Argentina Bosnia-Herzegovina - Iran USA - Germany Portugal - Ghana Korea Republic - Belgium Algeria - Russia Venue Arena de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Estadio das Dunas, Natal Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte Arena Pernambuco, Recife Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza Arena Amazonia, Manaus Estadio Nacional, Brasilia Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro Arena da Baixada, Curitiba Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador Estadio das Dunas, Natal Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza Arena Amazonia, Manaus Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre Estadio Nacional, Brasilia Estadio das Dunas, Natal Arena de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Arena Pernambuco, Recife Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador Arena da Baixada, Curitiba Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza Arena Amazonia, Manaus Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre Estadio Nacional, Brasilia Arena Pernambuco, Recife Arena da Baixada, Curitiba Arena de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza Estadio das Dunas, Natal Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte Arena Amazonia, Manaus Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador Arena Pernambuco, Recife Estadio Nacional, Brasilia Arena de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Arena da Baixada, Curitiba ...
You can get a gig at The New Deal Cafe in the following ways: 1. Fill out our web form: http://newdealcafe.com/events/booking.php 2. Email links to on-line recordings of your music to email@example.com 3. Sign-up to play at an open-mic (every Thursday) and let the hosts know of your interest when you sign up. 4. Send a CD of your music to The New Deal Cafe, 113 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD 20770 ||| How can I promote my gig? 1. The New Deal Cafe publishes on their web page, their Facebook page, and in print version a monthly music calendar with links to musicians’ web sites and short descriptions of their music (see www.newdealcafe.com for typical descriptions). Include your preferred description in an email correspondence. This calendar is also emailed to the following: Takoma Voice (firstname.lastname@example.org) Washington City Paper (www.washingtoncitypaper.com/events/submit/) The Gazette in local areas (www.calendar.gazette.net/node/add/event) The Greenbelt News Review print edition (email@example.com) It never hurts to send these sources a more in-depth press release. 2. You should also take advantage of the following free internet listings: Craigslist Washington (washingtondc.craigslist.org) in the events section Washington City Paper Classicfieds (classifieds.washingtoncitypaper.com/washington/) in the music events and bulletin board events sections Takoma Voice (www.silverspringvoice.com/forms/calendar-form.html) submit a calendar item Meetup.com (www.meetup.com/cities/us/dc/washington/) find groups who might like your performances and email the organizer about posting an announcement 3. You can mail promo posters to: The New Deal Cafe, 113 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD 20770. They will likely get hung up in the window and around town. (It helps to label the outside envelope: for show scheduled …)
An anonymous tip that a woman was advertising sexual acts in exchange for money on Craigslist led deputies of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Unit to the apartment of a 25-year-old woman. After conducting an investigation, deputies arrested the woman for prostitution. Details of Incident: On August 27, 2007 a deputy with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a tip from an anonymous person that 25year-old Sarah Simonis was conducting prostitution out of her apartment at the 1800 block of NW 143rd Avenue in unincorporated Washington County. This area is within the Enhanced Sheriff’s Patrol District (ESPD) and is patrolled by Washington County Sheriff’s deputies. The information stated that Simonis was advertising “Erotic Services” on Craigslist, a poplar website that persons can advertise items and services for sale. The tip was given to members of the Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Unit (SOU) for follow up. The SOU is a directed team of deputies who respond to serious neighborhood livability issues. On August 30, 2007 SOU members conducting surveillance on Simonis’ apartment were able to gain information from witness that she was performing sexual acts in exchange for money. SOU deputies contacted Simonis inside her apartment and arrested her for prostitution, a class A misdemeanor. Simonis was lodged at the Washington County Jail. Attached is a recent booking photo of Simonis.
Dear Mr. Buckmaster: On behalf of Polaris Project, a leading organization combating all forms of human trafficking in the U.S. and Japan, I write to offer our assistance in fighting the presence of this dehumanizing crime on craigslist. You can do more. And we stand ready to help. I thank you for your efforts and the progress you have made in reducing the sexual exploitation of children on craigslist. Based on this work and your commendable partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), I would like to provide you with additional information about the misuse of craigslist for the trafficking of adult women, which persists. Like the trafficking of children for sexual exploitation, many adult women are also victims of sex trafficking when they are under the control of violent pimps. These pimps use physical violence, sexual assault, threats, and lies to force women and children into the sex trade. Many of these adult women were first victimized in the sex trade as children. I believe that we share an eagerness to end the brutality of this illegal activity and human rights violation, and I write to offer our assistance in taking much needed steps to stop pimps and sex traffickers from using the free ads on craigslist to fuel the sex trade. Polaris Project has been fighting against human trafficking and modern-day slavery since 2002. We take a comprehensive approach in our work, with local, national, and international programs that range from providing direct services to victims, to training first responders, and advocating for stronger federal and state policies. Through the efforts of our local offices in Washington, DC and Newark, NJ, many of the victims that we have served can point to the craigslist posting that a trafficker once used to market their bodies against their will. At the national level, we operate the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) hotline, which functions as the national hotline on human trafficking for the United States. This number is advertised on the craigslist Erotic Services warning page. Through the vantage point of this national hotline, we frequently receive calls from craigslist users – including concerned community members, parents of victims, and victims themselves – who are calling to report situations of human trafficking being advertised on craigslist. Over the last seven years, through these various efforts, our organization has directly witnessed a rampant misuse of craigslist by pimps and traffickers, primarily in the Erotic Services section of the site. Other organizations like us in the field have also experienced these similar patterns. For example, in a research study of male commercial sex buyers conducted by the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) released in 2008, craigslist was the most frequently cited website of how ―johns‖ find women to buy in prostitution.
This is an official CITATION AND ORDER (Citation) issued pursuant to Section 503(b)(5) of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (Communications Act),1 to James Christopher Garcia (Mr. Garcia or “you”) for marketing an illegal signal jamming device (jamming device or jammer) by posting a classified advertisement for the device on Craigslist.org2 and selling such device to an undercover Enforcement Bureau (Bureau) agent in violation of Section 302(b) of the Communications Act3 and Sections 2.803 and 15.201(b) of the Federal Communications Commission (Commission or FCC) rules (Rules).4 The Citation also finds that Mr. Garcia operated an illegal jamming device in violation of Sections 301, 302, and 333 of the Communications Act.5 Jamming devices, such as cell phone jammers and GPS blockers, pose serious risks to critical public safety communications and can prevent individuals from making 9-1-1 and other emergency calls. Jammers can also interfere with law enforcement communications. You should take immediate steps to come into compliance and to avoid any recurrence of this misconduct. For example, any operation of a signal jammer must cease immediately, and you are strongly encouraged to voluntarily relinquish any jamming device(s) remaining in your possession. You also may not advertise jamming devices for sale to any consumer in the United States through Craigslist or through any other means.
Sheriff’s Office Solved Another Bestiality Case Using the Popular Website (Maricopa County, AZ) Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has sent a third letter to the president/CEO of the popular website Craigslist asking for him to self-police their content after Sheriff’s detectives arrested yet another person early last week for bestiality. Sheriff’s deputies last Monday arrested a Mesa man on charges of conspiracy to commit bestiality. The operation began a couple months ago when detectives found the suspect used the personal page on Craigslist to engage in illegal sex acts with animals, advertising the phrases “Bottom needs hung tops – M4M” and “willing to try hung K9”. Sheriff Arpaio wrote his first letter to Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster after the Feburary 2011 arrest of two suspects. They agreed to meet the undercover deputy and male shepherd mix in a local hotel room where they were going to use the dog for sexual acts. Buckmaster did not respond to Sheriff Arpaio’s letter. Sheriff Arpaio wrote his second letter to Buckmaster when, earlier this year, Sheriff’s detectives arrested three more suspects. The three were arrested after communicating with undercover detectives through Craigslist, trying to locate a canine to fornicate with the wife while the husband and friend looked on. Buckmaster again did not respond to Sheriff Arpaio’s letter. All of the five people previously arrested have been convicted and were said to use some type of coded language to communicate on Craigslist regarding their desires. The recent arrest has yet to be adjudicated. Sheriff Arpaio has again sent a letter to the CEO demanding the company for their help in an effort to help thwart this and any crimes being committed by using the popular website. Sheriff Arpaio has also offered to sit down in person to discuss what can and cannot be done. Sheriff Arpaio says he will continue to investigate these types of violations involving animals, and also research what action could be taken against Craigslist, especially since the CEO/President refuses to cooperate. 100 West Washington, Suite 1900, Phoenix, Arizona 85003 Phone: (602) 876-1801 Fax: (602) 258-2081 Media Contact: MediaRequest@MCSO.Maricopa.Gov
“Operation Dot Com” targets illegal drug sales on Craigslist: 21 arrested BRIDGET G. BRENNAN, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor, and RAYMOND W. KELLY, New York City Police Commissioner, announced today the indictment and arrests 21 defendants who made illegal sales of prescription drugs and illicit narcotics to undercover NYPD officers after posting advertisements on the website Craigslist. The arrests were the result of an 11-month investigation by the NYPD’s Manhattan South Narcotics, dubbed Operation Dot Com, which centered on independent drug sellers who connected with buyers through Craigslist. The majority of the defendants were arrested over the past month, with the final two arrests this morning. The earliest arrests took place in December 2011 and July 2012. During the investigation, undercover police officers made 63 drug purchases for over $29,400, including approximately $19,000 in pills and $10,400 in cocaine. The defendants sold more than 1,000 prescription pills, including as Roxicontin, Adderall, Ambien, Percocet, Vicodin, Xanax, Suboxone, Opana, Klonopin and Valium. The officers also purchased quantities of heroin and ecstasy. Sales took place in the vicinity of Union Square and Washington Square Park, on street corners and in meeting spots such as coffee shops, grocery stores and a book store, among other locations. Undercover officers also met sellers in Midtown Manhattan, near Penn Station and in the MetLife Building, and in SoHo, the West Village, the Lower East Side and the Upper East Side. The defendants range in age from 22 to 62 and represent a broad spectrum of occupations, from student, teacher’s aide and human resource professional to celebrity photographer and dot com entrepreneur. Some individuals have no identifiable source of legitimate income. Many of the Craigslist postings advertised “study aids” or “pain relief.” One ad stated, “Friendly Nyu student who can offer pain relief and anxiety relief. Easy, non-sketchy, straightforward meeting” and listed “perc roxy.” Another posting read, “Study longer and without anxiety! Be professional and not law enforcement.” Half of the defendants arrested in Operation Dot Com were selling either Adderall (prescribed for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) or Xanax (used to treat anxiety disorders). Over the past five years, the number of Adderall and Xanax prescriptions filled by pharmacies in New York City has soared. Data from the New York State Health Department’s Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement shows the rate of Adderall prescriptions being filled in New York City more than doubled between 2007 and 2011, with nearly 300,000...
This Report Covers September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013 Total Number of Full-Time Vacancies Filled During This Period: Total Number of Candidates Interviewed For Full-Time Vacancies During This Period: 24 189 Please see attached the Recruitment Source List that includes recruitment source contact information. FULL-TIME VACANCIES FILLED State FCC Unit Req # 1205401 WA 12670 - OPS Yakima Cnty WA Job Title Broadband Installer 1205401 Total 1205850 Broadband Installer 1205850 Total 1303696 Broadband Installer Recruitment Source(s) Used to Fill the Vacancy Career Fair Charter.com Employee referral Indeed.com Internal TV Advertisement Google Washington Employment Dept. Jobsinyakima.com Yakima Valley Community College Charter.com Employee referral Indeed.com Internal Washington Employment Dept. Advertisement on company truck Yakima Valley Community College Craigslist Employee referral Washington Employment Dept. Yakima Valley Community College 1303696 Total Page 1 Interviewees Number Referred by Each Recruitment Source Hired 1203705 Broadband Tech I 1203705 Total 1204435 Broadband Tech I 1204435 Total 1204616 Business Account Executive 1204616 Total 1302213 Business Account Executive 1302213 Total 1303271 Construction Coordinator 1303271 Total 1203381 Direct Sales Rep Charter.com Craigslist Employee referral Indeed.com Internal United States Army Google Washington Employment Dept. Career services at Perry Technical Institute Yakima Valley Community College Charter.com Craigslist Employee referral Indeed.com Google Washington Employment Dept. Yakima Valley Community College Charter.com Employee referral Indeed.com Internal Washington Employment Dept. CareerBuilder Charter.com Internal ZipRecruiter.com Washington Employment Dept. Internal Washington Employment Dept. Yakima Valley Community College Charter.com Employee referral Monster Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper Google Washington Employment Dept. 1203381 Total