CALGARY – A former judge who resigned over his treatment of a sexual assault complainant is to make his case today for why he should be allowed to practise law again.The Law Society of Alberta is to hold a day-long reinstatement hearing for Robin Camp in Calgary.Camp stepped down from Federal Court in March following a Canadian Judicial Council recommendation that he be removed from the bench.Court transcripts from the 2014 sexual assault trial show that Camp — a provincial court judge in Calgary at the time — called the complainant “the accused” numerous times.They show he asked the young woman why she didn’t resist by keeping her knees together.Camp found the accused, Alexander Wagar, not guilty, but the Appeal Court ordered a new trial that resulted in him being acquitted for a second time.Camp apologized for his remarks and has undergone training and counselling.When law society members become judges, they are automatically no longer part of the organization.The law society said that when a former judge applies to be reinstated as a lawyer, the steps taken depend on whether he or she retired in good standing or was otherwise removed from the bench.The application may be approved quickly if the person satisfies competency and conduct requirements, but in other cases it’s more complicated.“If there are concerns around credentials and education or competency to practise law, the individual may be referred to various committees comprised of benchers (law society board members) and volunteers for further review,” the society said in an emailed statement earlier this month.“The law society may investigate to see if the individual has previous disciplinary proceedings or criminal convictions, and may refer the application to the conduct committee if such concerns are identified.”Camp, who was born in South Africa, originally had a legal-aid practice which included some criminal law. As he became more senior, he took on mostly litigation cases.An agreed statement of facts said he was involved in the anti-apartheid movement and represented members of the African National Congress.After moving to Calgary in 1998, his practice focused mainly on contractual, bankruptcy and trust law, as well as on oil and gas litigation.He was named an Alberta provincial court judge in 2012, but did not receive training or judicial education on sexual assault law or how to conduct sex assault trials.
Actor/Producer Frankie Cassavetes sponsored the first reading of Science Fiction environmental screenplay “Pollen and the Ring of Harmony” during the weekend.The invitation-only event was held at the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey on Saturday, January 11. Actor Ray Liotta read the part of Reb and his daughter, Karsen, read the part of Chloe.The screenplay is about an alien named Pollen who is a protector of nature. Pollen travels the universe protecting nature when there is an imbalance. This imbalance has brought him to Earth. Accompanying Pollen is a mysterious living ring with unimaginable powers akin to God-like, which allows Pollen to serve as a noble “green” messiah.Mr. Cassavetes describes the screenplay as groundbreaking, saying, “It will change the world by showing us that violence is not the answer to life. It’s the first screenplay that will open eyes to the terrible destruction we are doing to our planet. I want people to ‘HEAR’ just how good this screenplay is! Movies have the power to change people’s minds, and Pollen and the Ring of Harmony will by far do the most good yet.”Based on Francis T. Perry Williams’ novel, the film will raise awareness of environmental issues through use of special effects, not violence or the use of weapons.Mr. Cassavetes is currently interviewing directors. For more information, he can be contacted at (310) 497-7593.Read more news from Francis T. Perry Williams here.Source:PR Newswire
Washington – Morocco’s contribution to Nuclear Security Summits since 2010 is “pragmatic and highly appreciated”, Minister of foreign affairs and cooperation Salaheddine Mezouar said here on Friday.Since the launching of the NSS in 2010, Morocco’s contribution has been “pragmatic”, he told MAP following the end of the summit, underlining the role played by Morocco in strengthening nuclear security’s mechanisms.Morocco was among the first countries to adopt a national law on the issue and to set up an agency dedicated to issues related to nuclear power and radioactive products, noting that the experience conducted with Spain was praised and show the ability of working along with other countries. The minister stressed the need of international cooperation to address the issue of “dirty bombs”, adding that the summit also underlined the importance of cooperation between security services and exchanging intelligence to fight terrorism.The 4th Nuclear Security Summit was held in Washington on March 31-April 1.The Summit brought together fifty countries in the US federal capital and offered the opportunity to examine means and mechanisms to reinforce nuclear security all over the world.The cycle of nuclear security summits was launched in April 2010 by President Obama. The first summit took place in Washington in 2010 while the second and third were held in Seoul and The Hague in 2012 and 2014 respectively.
Several prisoners at the Welikada and Bogambara prisons are on a hunger strike.The Prisons Department said that the inmates had launched a strike demanding that their sentences be reduced. Among the prisoners on strike are those on death row and those serving a life sentence.An investigation has been launched into the strike. (Colombo Gazette)
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe had talks with Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary at the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs at the US State Department, Alice G. Wells, and briefed her on the developments in Sri Lanka.The meeting took place in Hanoi, Vietnam on the sidelines of the Indian Ocean Conference. The Prime Minister’s office said that both sides discussed the developments in Sri Lanka as well as regional issues. (Colombo Gazette)
The jury has reached a verdict in the first degree murder trial in the death of Hamilton man James Bajkor.Shaquille Collins, 21, has been found guilty of first degree murder and attempted murder. His 30-year-old co-accused Christopher Newton has been found guilty of second degree murder and attempted murder.Bajkor, 22, was an innocent victim gunned down two years ago while working in the backyard of his east Hamilton home. At the time, two men had been chasing a third man when one of them pulled a gun and started firing. That’s when Bajkor was hit.
LOS ANGELES — It wasn’t quite enough to take down Pennywise the clown, but Jennifer Lopez and the scheming strippers of “Hustlers” topped even its high expectations at the weekend box office.“It: Chapter Two” brought in $40.7 million to keep the top spot in its second week and has earned a total of $153.8 million. The original had earned more than $200 million at the same point two years ago.“Hustlers,” riding stellar reviews, festival buzz and Oscar talk for Lopez, earned $33.2 million, a record for a film from STX Entertainment, which was launched less than five years ago.Gerard Butler’s “Angel Has Fallen” finished third in its fourth week of release.Newcomer “The Goldfinch” landed with a thud, bringing in just $2.6 million and finishing in the eighth spot.Andrew Dalton, The Associated Press
Speaking to the press following a working luncheon with members of the Security Council, Mr. Annan said the UN looks forward to working with the AU and the Sudanese Government in “ensuring that there is effective security on the ground in Darfur that would allow the humanitarian workers to continue their work, ensure protection of the IDPs (internally displaced persons) and ensure access to the needy.” He said that full details were not yet available, but it appeared that the AU and the Government have at least agreed to a six months extension of the force, and to work with the UN on transition.“I would also hope that, between now and the time that the UN takes over, measures will be taken to strengthen to the African Union forces which would also be transitioning to the UN forces,” he said, adding that donor countries are being asked to give the AU mission, known as AMIS, “all the support they need to be able to continue the operations until we get there.”The Secretary-General warned against any stagnation. “I don’t think we can afford a gap, nor can we afford any further deterioration of the security situation, and so it is urgent that we give them the support they need,” he said. “It is urgent that we find ways if possible of strengthening them as we build up to an expanded force and a transition to the United Nations.”The UN is dependent on countries for success, he stressed. “We can do it if we get the resources. We don’t have standing armies. We have to approach our Member States, and if the Member States give us the resources we need we can be as fast as it ought to be.”The UN, he said, was pressing ahead with contingency planning for the transition to a blue helmet force and hoped to be ready to work with the AU in anticipation of a Council decision.The current UN mission in Sudan (UNMIS) was deployed to support the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed about a year ago for south Sudan. It also has a mandate from the UN Security Council to provide some support to the AU mission in Darfur.However violence involving the rebels, the Government and militias has continued in Darfur, prompting the Security Council to consider augmenting the AU force under the UN, and last month to consider sanctioning individuals deemed to be a threat to the peace or to human rights in the area.At today’s luncheon, Mr. Annan said, participants discussed the need for governments to press the conflicting parties in Darfur to negotiate in good faith at the talks taking place in Abuja, Nigeria, in order to accelerate a settlement of the crisis, which has recently seen a flare-up in fighting.The UN, he said, will be working ever more closely with mediator for those talks, Salim Salim, adding that the Council has indicated that they would want to invite him to New York to discuss progress.
In a statement, Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said the Secretary-General has been following with concern the political and security situation in Iraq, including the escalating political tensions and “the appalling upsurge of violence that has killed a high number of civilians over the last two months.”Hundreds of people have been killed or wounded in recent clashes across the country, including in Hawija, north of Baghdad, where Government helicopters shot at militants hiding in the village, resulting in dozens of people killed or injured.The past couple of months have been some of the deadliest on record in the country. In April, 712 Iraqis were killed and more than 1,600 injured. In May, the death toll increased to 1,045 and more than 2,300 were wounded, according to figures released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI).According to media reports, more than 70 people were killed across cities in northern Iraq with car bombs on Monday alone.Last week marked the first meeting between Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki with officials from the Kurdistan in Erbil. Mr. Ban in the statement welcomed the meeting and underscored the pressing need for dialogue between political blocs in order to overcome the current crisis. “The Secretary-General welcomes all recent dialogue initiatives including the high-level meeting convened by Sayyed Ammar Al-Hakim, and Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s visit to the Kurdistan Region,” the statement said. “[Mr. Ban] urges all parties to redouble their efforts to ensure that the momentum of national reconciliation is not lost to those groups that strive to reignite sectarian violence in Iraq.”The UN chief also expressed his deepest sympathy to the victims of the violence and their families and called on the Government to bring the perpetrators to justice.
OSU redshirt junior wide receiver Parris Campbell (21) jukes a Scarlet player during the 2017 Spring Game at Ohio Stadium on April 15, 2017. Credit: Mason Swires | Former Assistant Photo EditorIn order to fill his team with exceptional athletes, Akron St. Vincent St. Mary track and field coach Dan Lancianese often relies on recruiting high schoolers playing other sports at the school to his team. While he runs the scoreboard at the school’s football games as a volunteer, he scouts for potential sprinters.When he saw then-high school freshman and current Ohio State H-back Parris Campbell, Lancianese spotted something special.“I saw him in warmups and thought, ‘Damn, I’ve got to have this kid,’” Lancianese said. “I’ve been coaching for 40 years and his acceleration was phenomenal. I mean, it was incredible.”It didn’t take much convincing to get Campbell to join the track team. He had been running since he was 5 years old. So, when the 13-year-old stepped on the track to run the 40-yard dash at time trials, Campbell blew the coach away.“I saw the clock and I ran it three or four different times. He was consistently hitting 4.3 [seconds]. It was insanely quick,” Lancianese said. “Another test, I wanted to see how reactive his speed was so I timed him for the 20[-yard dash] and that was even quicker.”A gym teacher at St. Vincent St. Mary, Lancianese has taught many gifted athletes, including NBA star Lebron James, putting them through basic drills. He remembers Campbell having a higher standing vertical leap than James. Campbell’s former track coach said he saw the speed directly translate onto the football field. Unlike many sprinters, Campbell had the ability to change directions from side-to-side on the field instead of being a strictly forward-running player.OSU sophomore wide receiver Parris Campbell (21) pumps himself up before their game on Nov. 19, 2016 at Spartan Stadium. The Buckeyes won 17-16. Credit: Mason Swires | Former Assistant Photo EditorThis year, eight years after he joined the Irish’s track team, Ohio State will rely on Campbell’s elite speed as they look to him to replace Curtis Samuel at H-back. Samuel, who now plays for the Carolina Panthers, led the Buckeyes in receiving with 74 catches for 865 yards and finished third on the team in rushing with 771 yards and eight touchdowns.Though Campbell started nine games at receiver last year, he hasn’t produced nearly to the level of Samuel or other past top receiving options at Ohio State. Last year, Campbell caught 13 passes for 121 yards and took four rushes for 54 yards, finding the end zone once. The redshirt junior has never caught a touchdown in college.Despite Campbell’s minimal playmaking experience, wide receivers coach Zach Smith believes the hybrid back can step into a much larger role.“He’s always been a role player, always been a really good player, but he’s never had to be ‘the guy,’” Smith said after practice on Aug. 3. “You had a Mike Thomas, you had a Curtis Samuel. Now, it’s Parris’ time to be ‘the guy.’”The Akron native understands that, in his fourth year in the program, it’s his turn to be the primary receiving option.“Coach (Urban) Meyer always says it’s a rotating program, when guys leave, guys have to step up,” Campbell said. “If we don’t have anybody that’s of the same talent, if not better, we lose. The guy that’s in that room has to step up, has to make plays, has to be that guy.”Campbell said he’s looking to have a breakout season, but will take advantage of whatever opportunities arrive. Ohio State has done its best to feature Campbell’s freakish athleticism on special teams. Last year, he was honored as third-team All-Big Ten return specialist after he averaged the 27.8 yards, the 11th-most in the nation, on 21 kick returns. He will once again shoulder the load as the Buckeyes’ main kick returner.Given Samuel and former receiver Noah Brown leaving early to the NFL draft and former wideout Dontre Wilson graduating, Campbell will be counted on to not just make an impact on special teams, but to be a threat in the passing game.
XBMC is one of the most popular media center platforms available: it’s robust, supports tons of video formats, will run on almost any OS and multiple devices, and best of all, it’s free. Even so, not everyone wants to use a keyboard and mouse to control their television. That’s where the Nyxboard Hybrid remote control comes in: it’s the first remote control built from the ground up for XBMC.Even if you’ve committed yourself to using XBMC installed on your Mac, PC, or even spare Linux box, that doesn’t mean that you’re forced to quietly resign yourself to keeping a keyboard and a mouse or a keyboard and trackpad on your coffee table just to choose the show you want to watch. The Nyxboard Hybrid (designed and built by Motorola) is designed to give you full control over your home theater PC running XBMC. It features a full QWERTY keyboard on the bottom and standard remote control buttons on the top, and even has red, green, yellow, and blue buttons on top to correspond with the Xbox controller.The Hybrid also has a built-in gyroscope, which turns off the keys on the bottom side of the remote depending on the way you’re holding it. So if you’re typing in a search term and looking for your favorite movie or television show, the remote knows to turn off the d-pad and selection keys on the other side until you flip it over. Similarly, you can comfortably hold the remote with the d-pad up to navigate menus and shows without accidentally typing something by tapping a key on the bottom.The remote also supports IR so you can use it to control your TV and other devices in your home theater setup as well as your XBMC system. It’s not quite feature-rich enough to replace a Logitech Harmony or similar device, but if you only have your XBMC computer, TV, and maybe a receiver to control with the remote, it may work well. The Hybrid includes a tiny IR receiver for your XBMC computer that plugs into an available USB port.Motorola says the device will ship on June 27th, but pre-orders are up now. The Hybrid retails for $59.99, and will even ship with a copy of XBMC on disc if you don’t have it installed already.Read more at Pulse-Eight, via Tested
SEATTLE — Residents of a hillside overlooking scenic Puget Sound heard the thunder of a landslide that knocked one home off its foundation, and isolated or threatened more than two dozen others on Whidbey Island, about 50 miles north of Seattle, early Wednesday.A man who escaped from the damaged home was evacuated by rescuers in an all-terrain vehicle, Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue Chief Ed Hartin said. Many of the homes are summer cabins or weekend getaways and were unoccupied.Eleven people from 16 homes along a road close to the water were evacuated by boat because the road was blocked by the landslide, he said. And, another 20 to 25 people were evacuated from 17 homes along a road higher up the hill that is being undermined by the slide. Land is falling away just 10 feet from one home.No one was injured when the slide broke loose about 4 a.m. in the Ledgewood community. One person was taken to a hospital with a condition unrelated to the slide.
RelatedPosts Galaxy’s Philippines partner LRWC to raise US$588 million through share release Leisure & Resorts World Corp suffers major swing to loss in 2Q19 Load More “EOS is a distributed ledger technology platform which can be utilized in a number of ways, to include cryptocurrency, distributed applications and industrial blockchain,” the company said.EOS outsources node operations and upkeep to the EOS community, with the host of the node called a block producer (BP).“LR Data is already in the network and data center business, in its normal course of business,” LRWC said. “LR Data only intends to host an EOS node in the Philippines, thereby becoming a BP. As a BP, LR Data will provide the data center co-location, redundant and secure network operations and customer service. For its services, LR Data will be paid a hosting fee.”The Philippines Inquirer quoted LR Data Chairman Enrique Gonzales as saying, “With the launch of EOS Philippines, LR Data is at the forefront of infrastructure provisioning and supporting decentralization and democratization. Financial technology and blockchain is going to be a pillar of our business model moving forward.” The online gaming arm of Philippines casino operator Leisure and Resorts World Corp (LRWC) is looking to become one of the country’s primary block producers for EOS.In a filing to the Philippines Security Exchange, LRWC said that its subsidiary, LR Data Center and Solutions, Inc, is in discussion for a Cooperation Agreement with Francis Aguilar and a Technical Service Agreement with Fast Distributed Cloud Computing, Inc. in relation to the data center hosting and network operations of blockchain technology using EOS. Leisure and Resorts World Corp yet to receive confirmation of Boracay gaming license suspension
MIAMI (WSVN) – Christmas came early for a group of children and families at the Miami Cancer Institute where Santa Claus stopped by for a special celebration, Wednesday.Santa Claus helped spread some holiday cheer to the young patients by handing out presents to all the little boys and girls.“This is so important for all of these kids. It provides them with so much happiness and joy in this environment,” said pediatrics nurse Alicia Depazos.The celebration took place in, what the hospital calls, the “Infusion-arium,” where children experience unique virtual reality activities during treatment. Activities include a virtual trip to outer space.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Of Russian and Native heritage, Father Kashevaroff was the first librarian and curator of the Alaska Historical Museum and Library when it relocated to Juneau in 1919.Bob Banghart is deputy director of the Division of Libraries, Archives and Museums.“He was charged with the task of getting it on its feet and going forward with it, and if you look at the diagrams of the old facility, it would almost appear to be a cabin of curiosities. He was pulling in material from all over,” Banghart says. “But you read his writings and he was deeply engaged in social issue, the studying of cultures.”Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff (Photo from the Alaska State Library-Historical Collection)Kashevaroff acquired thousands of objects for the museum. He held the position for 20 years until his death in 1940. Kashevaroff was also the Russian Orthodox priest of Juneau’s St. Nicholas Church.Juneau Sen. Dennis Egan’s bill naming the SLAM building also honors former Rep. Richard Foster from Nome. A reading room upstairs in the facility will be named after him.“Richard was in the archives all the time. If he was missing on the House floor, they’d have a page go down to archives and there would be Richard,” Egan says.The Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff State Library, Archives, and Museum Building is being built in downtown Juneau. It’s scheduled to open to the public next May. Kashevaroff’s portrait will be on the Founders Wall located off to the right as you enter the facility. Gov. Bill Walker signed a bill this morning officially naming the new State Libraries, Archives and Museum Building after Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff. The signing took place in the historical library in Juneau’s State Office Building.Gov. Bill Walker signs the bill Tuesday morning as Juneau Mayor Merrill Sanford, Rep. Sam Kito III and Sen. Dennis Egan look on. (Photo by Lisa Phu/KTOO)
E-commerce firm Flipkart has acquired Appiterate, a mobile engagement and marketing automation firm, as part of its strategy to migrate to app-only mode.The financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Delhi-based Appiterate assists online retailers to target users and increase sales through push notifications and in-app messages.”Their innovative platform and tech team will bring deep mobile capabilities to the table which is a key focus area for Flipkart,” Nishant Verman, Senior Director, Corporate Development, Flipkart, told The Economic Times.Appiterate’s Co-founder and CEO Tanuj Mendiratta said that his firm’s strength in mobile app will contribute to Flipkart’s growth. “Flipkart has a strong focus on its mobile app for driving growth and that’s where our expertise lies. What we liked about Flipkart was the scale of their reach and their brand image among the Indian consumers. As the next phase of our journey, we are excited to join the Flipkart team and contribute to their mobile growth story”, he told The Hindu.After the acquisition, Flipkart is expected to integrate its mobile app with Appiterate’s mobile marketing automation platform.Recently, Flipkart announced its plans to gradually shift advertisements from desktop website to its mobile platform, after seeing a 10-fold increase in mobile traffic in less than 18 months.The country’s largest e-tailer is expected to make more acquisitions to improve its mobile capabilities, as it plans to become app-only company. In March, it acquired mobile ad network company AdIQuity.Flipkart sees nearly 75 percent of its traffic coming from mobile app, while Myntra generates 90 percent from mobile platform.By shifting to app-only format, these companies expect costs to come down and limit dependence on technology firms such as Google Inc. and Facebook Inc.
Indian wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman. Photo: DawnA pilot shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani aircraft returned to India on Friday, after being freed in what Islamabad called a “peace gesture” following the two countries’ biggest standoff in years.Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, downed on Wednesday over Kashmir, crossed into India at the Wagah crossing point, hours later than expected and sporting a black eye.
Having a reliable, approachable and understanding relationship with spouse or partner, children and other immediate family members may put older adults at reduced risk of developing dementia, says a study.Conversely, negative social support characterised by experiences of critical, unreliable and annoying behaviour from spouse or partner, children and other immediate family is linked with increased risk, according to the 10-year follow-up study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”It is well known that having a rich network of close relationships, including being married and having adult children, is related to a reduced risk of cognitive decline and developing dementia,” said one of the study authors Mizanur Khondoker from University of East Anglia in England.”However, a relationship or social connection that does not work well can be a source of intense interpersonal stress, which may have a negative impact on both physical and mental health of older adults. It is not only the quantity of social connections, but the quality of those connections may be an important factor affecting older people’s cognitive health,” Khondoker explained. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe study was based on data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA).The researchers analysed a decade of data that followed 10,055 core participants from ELSA who were dementia-free at the start of the study in 2002-2003. Participants were interviewed every two years during 2004-2012 and incidence of dementia was identified from self-reports by participants or information given by nominated informants.Measures of positive and negative experiences of social support were calculated at baseline (2002) using a set of six items within the ‘Health and lifestyle of people aged 50 and over’ questionnaire of ELSA. The scale ranged from one to four with higher values indicating more of positive or negative support.An increase of one point in the positive social support score led to up to a 17 per cent reduction in the instantaneous risk of developing dementia, the findings showed. But negative support scores showed stronger effects – an increase of one point in the negative support score led to up to 31 per cent rise in the risk.
Peace and love to Julian Lennon God bless Cynthia love Ringo and Barbaraxx— #RingoStarr (@ringostarrmusic) April 1, 2015 Cynthia Lennon, the British first wife of The Beatles’ songwriter John Lennon, has died aged 75, the couple’s son Julian said Wednesday.A message on the musician’s website said Lennon “passed away today at her home in Mallorca, Spain, following a short but brave battle with cancer.”“Her son Julian Lennon was at her bedside throughout. The family are thankful for your prayers,” it added.Julian Lennon wrote and sang a song of tribute to his mother that was posted on the site with a montage of family snapshots and footage.“You gave your life for me, you gave your life for love,” the song begins, then ends with the words “I know you’re safe above.”Cynthia met John Lennon at an art class in the British city of Liverpool when she was 18 and the couple married in 1962.“You couldn’t resist being around him,” Cynthia Lennon said in a 2005 interview with a U.S. television network. “You couldn’t resist watching what he was up to. I mean, he was a total rebel.”In her 2006 memoir of the relationship, “John,” Cynthia said the pair had had an intense but turbulent relationship.“He was a very jealous young man at the time, and he had a lot of pain inside,” she said, explaining that he had once hit her.They stayed together until 1968, as The Beatles grew to be the world’s biggest group. ‘Hey Jude’John left her after beginning an affair with Japanese artist Yoko Ono in 1968 and the couple was divorced.The song, “Hey Jude,” was later written by John’s fellow Beatle Paul McCartney to comfort Julian Lennon during his parents’ break-up, and was initially titled “Hey Jules.”British journalist Hunter Davies, who wrote the only official biography of The Beatles, remembered Cynthia Lennon as a “lovely woman.”“She was totally different from John in that she was quiet and reserved and calm,” Davies said.“John treated her appallingly. He slept with Yoko in their marital home and as we discovered later, he also physically attacked her, but she was loyal to him,” he added.John Lennon was later murdered by a troubled fan in New York in 1980.At the time John was reconciling with Julian, the son he had had with Cynthia.“Near the end, before his tragic death, of course, they were getting close on the phone; they were connecting,” she said. “It was just coming back and it was wonderful. Then, of course, his life was cut very short.”After her death was announced, The Beatles’ drummer Ringo Starr tweeted a tribute: “Peace and love to Julian Lennon. God bless Cynthia.” Yoko Ono said she was “saddened” by Cynthia Lennon’s death.“She was a great person and a wonderful mother to Julian,” Ono wrote on her Facebook page.“She had such a strong zest for life and I felt proud how we two women stood firm in the Beatles family.” Related posts:The ‘Fifth Beatle’ Andy White dies at 85 Singer David Bowie dies at 69; influential performer of many alter egos Space bids farewell to David Bowie, one of its own Pop icon Prince dead at 57 After her split from John Lennon, Cynthia remarried three times, tying the knot for the fourth and final time in 2002 with nightclub owner Noel Charles who died in 2013. Facebook Comments
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