Labrador 28 say they feel betrayed by letter to Premier

first_imgTrina Roache APTN National NewsAn Inuit leader in Labrador is calling on the premier to help get charges against 28 land protectors dropped.The group is facing 60 charges stemming from a protest at the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project in the fall.Johannes Lampe sent a letter to Dwight Ball Wednesday urging action from the government.But the people facing criminal charges say it’s not enough.troache@aptn.calast_img

Thelma Chalifoux former senator and Metis activist dies in Alberta at 88

first_img(Metis activist, and former senator Thelma Chalifoux died Friday. Photo courtesy: NAIT)The Canadian PressST. ALBERT, Alta.- Metis activist and retired senator Thelma Chalifoux has died.Chalifoux’s daughter, Debbie Coulter, says her mother passed away Friday evening at a care home in St. Albert, near Edmonton, and had been in declining health for some years.She was 88.Chalifoux was appointed to the upper chamber in 1997 and served until she retired at age 75 in 2004.Chalifoux was born in Calgary in 1929 and noted when she was named to the Senate that she raised seven children, so she was used to hard work.She began working in community development when she was offered a job by the Metis Association of Alberta.She later served as chairwoman of the Metis National Council Senate and vice-president of the Aboriginal Women’s Business Development Corporation.She was also the first Metis woman on the Senate of the University of Alberta.“We spent the last couple of days in her room surrounding her with love, music and stories,” Coulter said Sunday, noting that children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were present during that time.“We like to think that she could still hear us.”In her job with Alberta’s Metis Association, Chalifoux was sent from the cities of south and central Alberta to the northern bush country of Slave Lake, where she was to spend the next 12 years.Working with the Company of Young Canadians, a government agency that brought young workers in to help people in poor communities organize to improve their lot, she began fighting for better conditions for her people, especially better housing.She modelled her work on the writings of Saul Alinsky, who wrote about community development in black neighbourhoods in American cities.“When you develop communities, it’s like working in the trenches. You train the people to become self-sufficient,” Chalifoux told The Canadian Press in an interview in 1997.Along the way, she became one of the first Indigenous women to broadcast on private radio, Peace River’s CKYL.She received a National Aboriginal Achievement Award in 1994.During her time as senator she appointed a task force to consult with Edmonton’s Indigenous community about violent Indigenous youth gangs, and argued for better education and partnerships between the community, police and other Canadians.She also challenged a claim by then-Alberta premier Ralph Klein that she should have been elected to the post, noting she could have won an election.Chalifoux said she wouldn’t have a chance because she was a woman, Metis and didn’t have the finances for a campaign.After leaving the Senate, Coulter said her mother founded an organization to preserve and protect the Metis history in northern Alberta, called the Michif Institute. Coulter and her sister took it over when their mother became ill, and a version of it continues today.“There’s a saying that nobody wants on their grave that they wish they would have worked more. We were laughing about that the other day and we thought, well, except for my mother. She might have said that,” Coulter said.Contact APTN National News here: news@aptn.calast_img read more

Sears Canada Inc posts 591million loss in first quarter as revenue drops

TORONTO — Sears Canada Inc. (TSX:SCC) announced on Wednesday a $59.1 million net loss for the first quarter amid falling revenue, which was down 9.7 per cent from last year.The loss amounted to 58 cents per share — which was less than during the same time last year when the struggling department store operator reported a net loss of $75.2 million or 74 cents per share.Overall revenue for the quarter ended May 2 fell to $697.2 million, down $771.7 million, mostly because of store closures.Same-store sales were down 4.3 per cent, measuring a decline at locations open at least a year.The company currently has 167 corporate stores, 197 Hometown stores, over 1,300 catalogue and online merchandise pick-up locations, 85 Sears Travel offices and a nationwide repair and service network.Sears Canada poaches Target clothing brands Cherokee and Liz LangeSears Canada gets exclusive rights to Wayne Gretzky clothing lineSears Canada Ron Boire said the decline in same-store sales was less than any quarter in 2014 but the company is working to improve its revenue and earnings.This year’s quarter was helped by a $5.1 million gain from a settlement of retirement benefits while last year’s first quarter included a $7.6-million non-recurring expense related to its corporate transformation efforts.After various adjustments in both years, Sears Canada’s first quarter loss was $50.5 million compared with a loss of $58.1 million last year. read more

WATCH Drake goes retro in new music video

I REALLY NEEDED THIS I DIDN’T KNOW HOW MUCH I NEEDED IT UNTIL DRAKE GAVE IT TO US.#Degrassi— (@SeIenaskru) June 14, 2018 Drake’s Degrassi reunion for his “I’m Upset” video is everything Degrassi fans needed and more the fact that he showed old videos of the cast when they were kids and used the Degrassi theme song at the end of the video DRAKE IS THE GOATDON’T @ MEIDCIDCIDC— Caitlin (@BabyElise__) June 14, 2018 Drake took us all the way back to the early 2000s with a full “Degrassi” reunion in his new music video for “I’m Upset.”The rapper, who played Jimmy Brooks on the Canadian teen drama from 2001 to 2009, goes back to Degrassi High in the Karena Evans-directed music video.The six-minute video features cameos by many of the rapper’s co-stars including Ephraim Ellis (Rick Murray), Nina Dobrev (Mia Jones), Lauren Collins (Paige Brooks), Shane Kippel (Gavin “Spinner” Mason), Stefan Brogran (Archie “Snake” Simpson) and many others.Jay and Silent Bob—Kevin Smith’s signature creations—also made an appearance.While Jimmy is apparently no longer in a wheelchair, at one point in the clip his new friends get their revenge on Rick for shooting him in the back 14 years ago.Reaction to the video has been quick.THIS IS NOT A DRILL, DRAKE LITERALLY PUT THE ENTIRE DEGRASSI CAST IN HIS NEW VIDEO I AM NOT OKKKKK — Farrah Moan (@farrahrized) June 14, 2018 Netflix Canada will now just be Drake’s I’m Upset music video playing on repeat— Netflix “the gay Canadian one” Canada (@Netflix_CA) June 14, 2018 Drake has since hinted that his new album “Scorpion” will be released on June 29. read more

Bond swap hammers Greek banks Big 4 suffer €28bn in losses

by News Staff Posted Apr 20, 2012 3:58 pm MDT ATHENS, Greece – Four major Greek banks on Friday announced combined losses of €28 billion ($36.9 billion) in 2011, hammered by a recent bond-swap deal between Greece and with private creditors that leaves local lenders in pressing need of promised bailout money.Although the debt restructuring occurred this year, Greece’s National Bank, Alpha Bank, Eurobank and Piraeus Bank incorporated the losses into last year’s results.Hardest hit was National Bank, the largest Greek lender by assets, which said it had suffered an operating loss of €289 million ($381.25 million) last year, but a total loss of €12.3 billion ($16.23 billion) when including the damage from the debt swap.“It is clear that the Greek banking system is suffering the consequences of the fiscal crisis,” NBG’s CEO Apostolos Tamvakakis said in a statement.“It faces losses that amount to tens of billions of euros, mainly because of the debt exchange for Greek government bonds, and relatively smaller sums … from anticipated future losses in banks’ loan portfolios.”The other three lenders announced corresponding losses of €5.5 billion ($7.26 billion) for Eurobank, €3.8 billion ($5 billion) for Alpha Bank, and €6.3 billion ($8.31 billion) for Piraeus Bank.Under the landmark deal, some €105 billion ($138.52 billion) off Greece’s €368 billion ($485.47 billion) total debt load will be erased, with banks and other private lenders agreeing to trade in old bonds for new ones that have better repayment terms for the crisis-hit country.The agreement was vital for Greece to escape default and continue to receive rescue loans from other eurozone countries and the International Monetary Fund, as well as assistance for its cash-depleted banks.Earlier Friday, Prime Minister Lucas Papademos said had Greece has received the first €25 billion ($32.72 billion) in European funds to bolster its banks.Papademos said the funding from the European Financial Stability Facility would balance the massive bond-swap losses, as the country stands to draw a total €50 billion ($66 billion) from the EFSF for its banks.“Without this capital support, the orderly functioning of the (Greek) banking system could not be guaranteed,” Papademos told a business conference.But he added: “If the banks want a capital boost from the state they must increase the funds made available to businesses, especially small businesses.” Bond swap hammers Greek banks: Big 4 suffer €28bn in losses AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Marseille held by Dijon PSG chases 15th straight league win

PARIS — Following a crushing defeat in the Europa League, Marseille slipped up again when it drew 0-0 at home to Reims in the French league on Sunday.Marseille lost 4-0 at Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday to drop bottom of its Europa League group, having reached the final of the competition last season.Confidence seemed to be affected as Marseille laboured against Reims and top scorer Florian Thauvin was kept quiet. Playmaker Dimitri Payet had a free kick well saved as Marseille dropped points in its quest to qualify for next season’s Champions League.The draw leaves Marseille in fifth place, one point behind fourth-place Lille, while Reims is ninth.Later Sunday, runaway leader Paris Saint-Germain was aiming for a 15th straight league win when it travelled to Bordeaux.OTHER MATCHESStrasbourg moved up to eighth with an emphatic 4-1 win at Rennes after conceding early.Rennes led 1-0 thanks to forward Ismaila Sarr’s early goal, but Alsace side Strasbourg hit back with two penalties from midfielder Jonas Martin and a goal each from Adrien Thomasson and Pablo Martinez.Toulouse had its goalkeeper sent off early on and went 2-0 down before rallying to draw 2-2 at home to fellow struggler Dijon.Baptiste Reynet was sent off in the fifth minute and substitute goalkeeper Mauro Goicoechea was immediately called into action, saving a free kick.Dijon took the lead through Moroccan defender Nayef Aguerd. The goal was initially disallowed for offside but given after a video review.The visitors went 2-0 up in the 68th minute through midfielder Mehdi Abeid.Forward Max-Alain Gradel gave Toulouse hope with a spectacular overhead kick shortly after, and Belgian striker Aaron Leya Iseka equalized in the 77th.Toulouse is in 15th place, and Dijon is 17th.___More AP sports: and Pugmire, The Associated Press read more

Bake Off crisis Mel and Sue opt against going with the dough

first_imgLove Productions is understood to have accused the BBC of “ripping off” the Bake Off format to create two new shows, involving the search for the nation’s leading amateur artist and hair stylist.While the BBC has tried to portray the loss of the baking show as a purely financial matter, a source at the corporation said that there had been a “total breakdown of trust” between the broadcaster and the production company, which made it “impossible” to agree a deal.READ: 10 things every Great British Bake Off fan needs nowIt is understood that Love threatened to sue the corporation over Hair, a BBC Three programme released in early 2014 that was billed by the broadcaster as “a competition to find Britain’s best amateur hair stylist”, and was widely reported as being akin to a “Bake Off for hairdressing”. All the 2016 contestants with Mel Giedroyc, Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry and Sue PerkinsCredit:Mark Bourdillon/Love Productions The pair, whose unstoppable innuendos are a key draw for viewers, are understood to have rejected entering talks with Channel 4, and quit without inviting an offer from the broadcaster.In a statement the pair said they were “very shocked and saddened” about Bake Off “moving from its home”.They added: “We made no secret of our desire for the show to remain where it was. The BBC nurtured the show from its infancy and helped give it its distinctive warmth and charm, growing it from an audience of two million to nearly 15 at its peak. Mel and Sue with judges Berry and Hollywood “We’ve had the most amazing time on Bake Off, and have loved seeing it rise and rise like a pair of yeasted Latvian baps. We’re not going with the dough. We wish all the future bakers every success.”Channel 4 is believed to have entered formal talks with representatives of Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, the show’s judges. We’re not going with the doughSue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc Mel and Sue, pictured with Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, have fronted the show since it first aired on BBC Two in 2010Credit:BBC All the 2016 contestants with Mel Giedroyc, Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry and Sue Perkins Channel 4 will be forced to find a new presenting team for the Great British Bake Off, after popular hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins announced they were quitting the show ahead of its move to the commercial channel.The presenting duo, who have hosted all seven series of the BBC baking show, said that they had opted against “going with the dough”, as part of the programme’s £25 million move to Channel 4, and would instead step down at the end of the current run.The announcement came as senior figures at the BBC told the Telegraph that the corporation had lost Bake Off after a “catastrophic breakdown” in its relationship with the production company behind the show. The rancour between the two organisations is said to have been heightened by the fact that the corporation insisted on classifying Bake Off as a factual, rather than entertainment, show, meaning that it attracts a far lower budget than programmes such as Strictly Come Dancing, which are seen by fewer viewers.The talks were further complicated by the fact that the corporation had a high turnover of executives over the past year, with senior figures including Danny Cohen, the corporation’s one-time television chief, leaving the corporation, and Mark Linsey, his acting replacement, also moving on. By the time a final crunch meeting was scheduled, for Monday, there was little expectation on either side that a deal could be done.BBC sources say that the corporation offered Love around £15 million to keep the show, around twice what it currently pays for the full package of Bake Off-related programming, which the production company dismissed out of hand. Several hours later, Love signed a three-year deal with Channel 4.The commercial broadcaster faces a battle to replicate the success of Bake Off on the BBC, not least because of the decision of Perkins and Giedroyc to quit. A senior BBC source said Love had told the broadcaster that the programme was “staggeringly similar” to the Bake Off format, and that the corporation had agreed to a financial settlement with the production company, to prevent the case going to court.Barely a year later, the corporation was accused of attempting a similar move over the BBC One show, The Big Painting Challenge, presented by Richard Bacon and Una Stubbs.The broadcaster billed the programme as a “nationwide search for Britain’s best amateur artist”, which Love again complained bore all the hallmarks of its own baking show. The BBC is understood to have enlisted an official mediation service to try to settle the claim, with executives alleging that Bake Off itself had similarities to MasterChef, the BBC cookery contest, and that Love did not have a valid case. In the end, no settlement was reached.The negotiations between Love and the BBC for a new deal for Bake Off are believed to have started late last year, after Nadiya Hussain won the competition, in a final that was seen by 15 million viewers, the biggest television audience of 2015.The BBC’s opening offer to renew the contract is said to have equated to only an inflationary rise in the £200,000 that it currently pays for each episode of Bake Off, which was rejected out of hand by Love. Statement on Great British Bake Off:— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) 12 September 2016 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Heroin worth £12m plus £500k in cash seized in series of police

first_imgA 52-year-old man, from Thatto Heath, was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and money laundering.A second man, 56, was arrested on suspicion of the same offences after officers seized around £30,000 from his car after a search of one of two addresses in Huyton.Merseyside Police said both have been taken to police stations to be questioned by detectives. Two men have been arrested after heroin with a street value of £1.2 million and a suitcase full of cash was seized in a string of raids Detective Inspector Nick Hughes, from TITAN, the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit (NWROCU) said: “TITAN is committed to tackling the blight of drugs on our streets and has already had many successes in disrupting the supply of drugs across the North West.”We will continue, with the support of police forces across the North West, to target those involved in the supply and distribution of Class A drugs and put them behind bars.” Two men have been arrested after heroin with a street value of £1.2 million and a suitcase full of cash was seized in a string of raids on Merseyside.Officers found 12kg of the drug and around £500,000 in cash during a search of a property in the Thatto Heath area of St Helens.Images released by police show blocks of heroin and a black suitcase stuffed with bundles of notes. Blocks of heroin were hidden under the floorboards of this propertycenter_img Two men have been arrested after heroin with a street value of £1.2 million and a suitcase full of cash was seized in a string of raidsCredit:PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Blocks of heroin were hidden under the floorboards of this propertyCredit:PAlast_img read more

Cleveland Potash awards Qualter Hall headgear renewal contract

first_imgCleveland Potash has awarded Qualter Hall a major turnkey contract to renew the headgear at Boulby mine in Cleveland, northeast England. The headgear and associated equipment will be constructed by Qualter Hall on site adjacent to the existing tower during 2012, with the final installation taking place during the mine holiday shutdown in August/September 2013, so as not to interrupt production.Qualter Hall will be using a highly specialised procedure, involving jacking and then sliding out the existing 2,700 t concrete headgear on polished stainless steel slide paths to an area 50 m from the shaft, where it will then be demolished. Then the new 650 t steel headgear, which will have been prebuilt on slide paths about 20 m from the shaft, will be slid into final position over the shaft for completion and putting into operation, all within the holiday shutdown period. Finally a new concrete outer tower will be built over the new steel headgear.The scope of Qualter Hall’s turnkey works is extensive and will involve the design, build and installation of the new 50 m high headgear structure along with four 6.2 m diameter headgear pullies, two 23 t capacity skips, skip operating gear, receiving hopper, load out conveyor, gantry, shaft cover, safety systems and all associated electrical equipment inclusive of shaft communications and interlocks. Qualter Hall are also responsible for the civil works and foundations, concrete outer tower, airlock arrangement and demolition of the existing 55 m high concrete headgear structure. The new design will include for future uprating of the system, to allow the two 23 t capacity skips to be increased to two 30 t capacity skips.last_img read more

New Hankook tire concept requires no air is 95 recyclable

first_imgCan you imagine a world where your tires don’t require air and can be easily recycled? South Korean company Hankook can, and they’re showing off what that might look like in the future.The idea of a flexible tire without air isn’t new, but it also hasn’t been able to make it to the shelves of your local auto store yet. It’s a great idea in theory, and there’s not a motorist on the road today that wouldn’t love knowing that they won’t be stranded on the side of the road with a flat ever again. But so far all we’ve got are concepts.Hankook’s concept is called i-Flex, and it works by filling the inside of the tire with a web of recyclable material that is still capable of flexing in the same way an air-filled tire flexes when on the road. This geometric pattern replaces the need for air in the tire, and behaves as an integrated suspension by distributing energy from impacts across the tire evenly.Hankook is showing off the design at the 65th Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung in Frankfurt, without any expectation for delivery on this concept. The design is certainly intriguing, as is the notion that the user could have their choice of color in the exposed pattern areas on the i-Flex.The highly recyclable nature of the design and the absence of air alone are enough to excite just about anyone, but to be able to customize the design as well could quickly make these tires incredibly popular. They just have to make it to the shelves first.last_img read more

EU calls for 40000 property auctions

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A compliance report by the EU commission calls for 40,000 property auctions to be helde each year for the next three years, as part of the ongoing greek bailout. The demand, made known earlier this week, was met with a strong – albeit unoficcial – statement of denial by the Greek Ministry of Finance. The auctions are part of an effort of the country’s four largest banks, which have been recapitalised three times, as part of the bailout program, to reduce a “mountain” of bad debt they hold in the form of non-performing loans (NPLs) in 2018. To do so, the systemic banks are planning about 10,000 foreclosures, a plan that does not seem viable, considering that only 30 electronic auctions had been made up to December, tallying up the total number of properties to 80 overall. So far, auctions have been stalled either by bureaucracy and a sluggish judicial system or by anti-austerity activists holding protests. This month alone, 500 auctions have been announced, but if the goal is to be met, the banks have to schedule up to 2,000 auctions. last_img read more

Woodland bus driver fired

first_imgWoodland School District bus driver Jolleen Washburn. A dispute over the safety of a school bus stop in Woodland has led to the firing of an eight-year bus-driving veteran.The Woodland School Board fired the driver, Jolleen Washburn, Monday after a weeklong dispute between the school district and Washburn over the safety of a stop on rural Lewis River Road. Washburn had refused to stop at the district’s chosen location — near a private driveway, but also close to the intersection of Lewis River Road and Old Lewis River Road — because she thought the area was unsafe. Instead, she regularly stopped 30 to 60 feet away from the intersection to pick up a 6-year-old kindergartner. In a letter Monday, district Superintendent Michael Green laid out how Washburn’s actions were part of a pattern of insubordination. She had received a verbal reprimand Oct. 4, a written reprimand Oct. 11 and was later suspended on Oct. 16. She continued to stop away from the school district’s preferred loading area after returning to work on Oct. 19. After meeting with Washburn on Monday, Green forwarded a recommendation to the school board to fire her.Washburn doesn’t dispute that she failed to follow the school district’s orders. She said the school district’s stop was unsafe because it was too close to the intersection.“I admit, absolutely, I was insubordinate,” Washburn said. “But the directive I received directly contradicted (the law) and the district’s policies.”The school district’s policy requires drivers to stop one to two bus lengths from an intersection.Following the district’s orders would be the same as if her superiors asked her to “drive recklessly, or hit a child,” she added.last_img read more

Almost 10Years Later Home Prices Return to Boom Levels

first_img boom Danielle Hale Home Prices HOUSING mortgage 2017-11-13 Nicole Casperson in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Almost 10-Years Later: Home Prices Return to Boom Levels Sharecenter_img November 13, 2017 598 Views Home prices have returned to boom levels similar to 10-years ago when the housing bubble burst and catapulted the Great Recession. Despite similarities between then vs. now, the current market is experiencing material differences, according to data released Monday from Historically low inventory levels, tighter lending standards, significant job and household growth, and a strong housing market backed by economic fundamentals are allegedly keeping the U.S. from another bubble burst.The biggest difference between the past and present are updated lending standards. With reforms like Dodd-Frank and the Consumer Protection Act requiring loan originators to show verified documentation that a borrower is able to repay a loan, lending standards are the tightest they have been in 20 years, the report noted.”Lending standards are critical to the health of the market,” said Danielle Hale, Chief Economist for “Unlike today, the boom’s under-regulated lending environment allowed borrowing beyond repayable amounts and atypical mortgage products, which pushed up home prices without the backing of income and equity.”With the revised lending standards, the median 2017 home loan FICO score was 734, an increase from 700 in 2006, on a scale of 330 to 830.2.Additionally, tight lending standards have kept home flipping and over-building in check by limiting borrowing power. However, this has contributed to constrained construction levels.In 2006, there were 1.4 single-family housing starts for every household formed, which doesn’t represent a healthy market. Currently, the market is below normal construction levels at 0.7 single-family household starts per household formation, according to the data.However, economic fundamentals, such as strong employment and demand paired with low inventory is driving prices higher in the current market. However according to Hale, it is important to remember rising home prices didn’t cause the housing crash.”It was rising prices stoked by subprime and low documentation mortgages, as well as people looking for short term gains—versus today’s truer market vitality—that created the environment for the crash,” said Hale.In the present market, Hale added, “The healthy economy is creating more jobs and households, but not giving these people enough places to live. Rapid price increases will not last forever. We expect a gradual tapering as buyers are priced out of the market—not a market correction, but an easing of demand and price growth as renting or adding roommates becomes a more affordable alternative.”When it comes to job growth, in October 2017, the unemployment rate was at 4.1 percent—representing a 17-year low, with more than 150,000 jobs created on average each month.Millennial job growth has also added to the rising demand, the report noted, as 52 percent of reported home shoppers were millennials. And while this generation continues to age, the demand for homes is expected to increase.In addition to the growing demand, low inventory is causing an impact. The market is currently averaging 4.2 months supply. Vacancies are very tight with for-sale vacancies dropping to 1.3 million in 2016, compared to 1.9 million in 2006.last_img read more


first_imgAFTANTIAs The Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) has just revealed the 2017 National Travel Industry Award (NTIA) nominees.A record number of 1,076 nominations were received across the 38 award categories, with companies like TravelManagers, Flight Centre, hellloworld, APT and Travel Counsellors getting the nod, among many others.AFTA is encouraging the industry to get behind their nominated travel agent or supplier and give them the support they need as they proceed through to the rigorous process of voting and judging.Popular nominee categories this year were the Best Travel Agency categories, Best Sales Executive Industry Supplier, Best Agency Support Service, Best Specialty Wholesaler and Best Travel Writer – Consumer.Click for the full list of nomineesVoting in the 2017 AFTA NTIA will commence tomorrow, Tuesday 14 March at 9:00am (AEDT).last_img read more


first_img Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Upon Washington’s return with the baby, the report states he and his ex-girlfriend got into an argument, which continued as they reached the top of the apartment complex’s stairs. The report states that from there, as the woman asked Washington to return the baby to her, pushed the woman away and would not allow her to get close enough to him to take the baby. The report goes on to say Washington, at some point, “extended his hand and grabbed” the woman by the neck before pushing her over to the landing railing while choking her. The report says Washington eventually let loose of his grip and the woman was able to take the baby from him, but as she tried to close the apartment door behind her he shoved it open and “pushed his way in.”The report says the woman’s injuries were consistent with her account of the events.Washington has released a statement:“This is a legal matter and I am limited in what I can say other than that my lawyer and I will continue to cooperate with investigators and welcome the opportunity for all the facts to be presented. I regret that the situation has brought this kind of attention to my family and my team. I look forward to resolving it as soon as possible.” Phoenix police confirmed Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington was been arrested and booked into jail on two counts of aggravated assault Friday.This stems from an incident that occurred Wednesday afternoon.According to the police report, Washington had paid a visit to the accuser’s apartment to see their baby, which was not out of the ordinary. However, at some point Washington left to take the baby to Dairy Queen, which upset the woman. KTAR has learned that Washington and the victim currently have cases in the family court system in Maricopa County.Washington, 26, was suspended by the NFL earlier this offseason for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.Washington was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2012 after finishing the season with 134 tackles and nine sacks. The former second-round pick out of TCU has tallied 319 tackles, 15 sacks and four interceptions as an Arizona Cardinal. He signed a six-year, $32 million contract extension prior to the 2012 season. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories last_img read more

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