Now everyone is issued one when we start working here." Hernandez tagged buildings under the signature "Reefa." Thiago Souza, http://eddyfych.tblog.com/post/1970663326 a friend who had been acting as a lookout, said police looked "almost like they were proud of what they did" after subduing Hernandez. "They're all congratulating each other and all that," Souza said. "They were all clapping over his body and like giving high fives and laughing." Police did not respond to a request from CNN for comment on Souza's account. "Electronic control devices" like the Taser are now common equipment among police, who say the devices give officers an option short of deadly force to subdue a suspect. Taser International Inc., citing a 2009 study by researchers at the Wake Forest University medical school, says fewer than 1% of those shocked with a Taser or similar device suffer any injury.
Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/08/us/florida-taser-death/index.html
Florida State hires Stan Wilcox
Voters can be dropped for a number of reasons including dying, moving or appearing twice on the list. The action has been the target of a backlash in Florida because of the impact the 2012 purge attempt had on Hispanics and Democrats, and because of a previous attempt in 2000. Before the 2000 presidential election, over 1,000 voters were wrongfully dropped from voting rolls as a result of an effort to clear registered-voter lists of convicted felons. On Election Day, many of the dropped voters showed up to vote but were turned away from the polls. (MORE: DOJ Makes First Move Against States After Voting Rights Ruling ) Because of the states past and Governor Rick Scotts track record, the ACLU of Florida is skeptical. It certainly will help that theyre starting with a more accurate database, Howard Simon, executive director of the ACLU of Florida, tells TIME.
Read more: http://swampland.time.com/2013/08/09/why-the-next-florida-voter-purge-will-be-different-than-the-last/
Florida Football: Offensive Line Must Be Primary Focus in Gators' Fall Camp
Think about it. If Driskel has time to throw the football, he will find a receiver somewhere. Thus, the Gators' apparent lack of talent at wide receiver won't be an issue anymore. Plus, Driskel will be able to find a rhythm and gain confidence. That will open up the possibility of a viable triple-threatattack. With opposing defenses having to plan for both a strong passing and ground attack in addition to special formations such as the Wildcat, the possibilities to score points will significantly increase.
Read more: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1728372-florida-football-offensive-line-must-be-primary-focus-for-gators-fall-camp
Florida loses receiver Andre Debose for the season
"this is crazy omg ... guy kills his wife post pic in facebook." The disgust did not prevent the commenters from sharing Medina's photo. Again and again. When evidence goes viral Her gruesome likeness stayed online and was passed along celebs for at least five hours. Facebook was notified of the content and employees removed the picture and disabled Medina's page and that of his deceased wife, according to Facebook. In his note, Medina accused his wife of abusing him and asked his friends for their understanding for what he did to her because of it. The police report with his confession cast a more detailed light on the course of events.
Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/09/us/florida-facebook-confession/index.html
Florida man allegedly kills wife, posts confession, photo of body on Facebook
The institution, the Dozier School for Boys, a sprawling juvenile lock-up near Marianna in the state's Panhandle, was closed in 2011 after http://www.picowiki.com/blackgdlt/index.php/'Tan Mom' Patricia Krentcil Trashes Farrah Abraham For Porno, Rehab Antics; Gives ?Teen Mom? Parenting Advice [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO] years of allegations it tortured boys in its care. A small group of former prisoners applauded as Governor Rick Scott and the state cabinet unanimously approved a proposal to let a University of South Florida forensic anthropology team conduct dig at an area called "boot hill." Dozens of suspected grave sites, long unmarked, now have plastic white tubing in the form of crosses in the area -although no one knows where bodies were buried or how many Dozier boys died there between 1914 and 1973. Ground-penetrating radar has indicated that http://gomezjmxl.wordpressy.pl/?p=5 about 50 bodies may lie beneath the heavily forested hillside. Most of the dead are thought to be black youths, whose families were never told how or why they died. Johnny Gaddy, a former Dozier student who attended the cabinet meeting, said families were told "you'd better forget it" when they asked about the disappearances. "In a state as old as Florida is, we're going to have chapters in our history that we're more proud of than others," Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, a cabinet member, said of the decision.
Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/09/us-usa-florida-boys-idUSBRE97518J20130809
Florida cabinet allows exhumation at boys reform school
He just planted his foot and there was a tear. "He will have surgery after the swelling goes down. It is unfortunate and you feel bad anytime that someone is injured, and the coaching staff and our team will be very supportive in assisting Andre during his recovery.'' It's been a tough preseason for the Gators already. Matt Jones, expected to be the top running back, has been sidelined with a viral infection and quarterback Jeff Driskel had an appendectomy last week. Debose played in 31 games, with eight starts. He had 29 catches for 543 yards and four touchdowns all coming in 2011, his best season as a receiver.
Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2013/08/07/florida-loses-senior-receiver-andre-debose-for-the-season-with-knee-injury/2629133/