Houston: Wesley Mathews, the Indian-American foster father of three-year-old Sherin Mathews, has been denied a new trial in the tragic death of the Indian toddler in 2017, in a case that attracted international attention.Mathews, 39, pleaded guilty on June 24 to a lesser charge of injury to a child in Sherin’s death and was sentenced to life imprisonment.He was originally charged with capital murder by authorities in the US state of Texas after they discovered Sherin’s highly decomposed body following a massive search that lasted 15 days. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USMathews will continue to serve his life sentence for the death of Sherin, whose body was found in a culvert in Richardson city in Dallas two weeks after she went missing in October 2017, The Dallas Morning News reported.His defence claimed the jury in the June trial should never have been shown photographs of the child’s dead body, or photos that detailed a history of injuries prior to her death.Mathews’ lawyers argued their client deserved a new trial in part because prosecutors showed a picture of Sherin’s body to the jury. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsThe defense team filed a motion for a new trial last month, arguing that “photographs of the remains of the decedent, both where her body was discovered and in the autopsy suite” were so prejudicial as to deny Mathews a fair trial.The lawyers also argued prosecutors failed to prove Mathews was responsible for broken bones Sherin suffered in his care, the report said.Based on the above, Mathews’ defence filed a motion for a new trial. That motion was denied Thursday and now his team is expected to file an appeal, another media report said. In June, Mathews avoided a capital murder trial by pleading guilty to a lesser charge of injury to a child by omission.At his trial, he told the jury Sherin died after she choked on milk in the family’s garage and that he wrapped her body in a trash bag because he wanted “to do something nice” for her.Mathews never called 911 or sought help from his wife a registered nurse because he said fear prevented him. He drove to a nearby culvert, where he left Sherin’s body.The child’s body was found two weeks later, so badly decomposed that prosecutors said a true cause of death couldn’t be determined.Sherin’s adoptive mother, Sini Mathews, was also criminally charged after the child’s body was found, but that case was later dismissed after the Dallas County District Attorney said there was not enough evidence to prosecute.Mathews and his wife Sini, both hailing from Kerala, adopted Sherin from an orphanage in Bihar’s Nalanda district in 2016.Police charged Sherin’s foster mother Sini with child abandonment in November 2017, after Mathews told officials that the couple left the toddler alone the night of her death while they went to dinner with their biological daughter.Sini’s case was dismissed in March this year after prosecutors said they could not prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.Sherin’s death attracted the attention of the Indian government and then External Affairs Minister late Sushma Swaraj took keen interest in the case and also instructed the Indian mission in Houston to make sure that the Indian toddler received justice.India revoked the Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) immigration status of Wesley and Sini after Sherin’s death.The government further tightened the adoption process after Sherin’s tragic death.
OTTAWA – A Chinese ban on most foreign recycling material is leaving some Canadian municipalities with stockpiles of papers and plastics, much of which may eventually end up in the dump.The ban is also driving down the revenues cities make off their recyclables because the competition to find a company able to take the materials is stiff.China used to be the main recipient of the world’s recyclable plastics and papers but has now stopped accepting almost all foreign materials, leaving Canadian cities in the lurch.Although the ban didn’t take full effect until Dec. 31, many Chinese companies stopped accepting foreign recycling materials months ago, leaving some cities with stockpiles of flattened cardboard and crushed plastic without anywhere to send it.Matthew Keliher, manager of solid waste for Halifax, said three-quarters of his city’s recyclables used to go to China. He said the city has found new markets for hard plastics and papers but film plastics — grocery bags and food storage bags and wraps — have proved harder to sell. Three hundred tonnes of film plastic amassed in a Halifax warehouse since August is now being sent to the dump.Calgary, which used to send all of its paper recyclables and half of its plastics to China, has amassed 5,000 tonnes of material over the last few months that it can’t find anyone else to take. It hasn’t yet decided what to do with it.While Canada has some domestic recycling companies, Christina Seidel, executive director of the Recycling Council of Alberta, said those are almost exclusively for the high-grade plastics like milk jugs and juice bottles.“That’s a really high-quality material,” she said. “Everyone wants those. There aren’t huge fans of the low grade plastics.”Sixty per cent of recyclables in Quebec used to go to China. No more.Tired of tonnes of recyclables contaminated with unusable garbage arriving in its ports and intent on using up its own domestically-produced recyclables, China slammed the door shut to most foreign materials.Indonesia, Thailand and India are among the countries still accepting foreign recyclables but competition to get them to accept product is stiff.It’s so tight that Keliher said Halifax is afraid to say where it’s now sending its recyclables for fear another city will hear of it and jump in to push the competition for that outlet even higher.“Halifax won’t be disclosing the locations of any of our outlets,” he said.“The recycling market was ruthless before the Chinese ban came in and, now that half that market has dried up and the supply is just overwhelming, it’s even more ruthless to get our material out.”Halifax used to make $2.1 million a year on the sale of recyclables, with $1.6 million of that coming from China.Derek Angove, director of processing and resource management for Toronto’s Solid Waste Management Services, said his city did not directly export to China. But it has now entered into longer-term contracts with Canadian outlets to protect Toronto from being crowded out when cities left in the lurch by the Chinese ban come calling with their products.He said Toronto has already seen the price it gets for paper and plastic-coated materials drop and, unless China can be convinced to re-open its doors to recyclables, he believes the prices are going to keep going down.Seidel said Canada needs to move nationwide to the extended producer responsibility system in place across British Columbia, which puts the onus on the producers of the materials to pay for and ensure the recycling of its products.In B.C., that has led to a larger domestic market for recyclables and less pressure on municipalities to pay for the programs.— follow @mrabson on Twitter.
TADOUSSAC, Que. — One of the two people seriously injured when their recreational vehicle crashed into a Quebec ferry has died.Quebec provincial police said 40-year-old Eric Belec wasn’t able to stop the RV, which careened down an embankment and off a launch ramp before crashing in a heap on the ferry that was just pulling away from the dock in Tadoussac, Que.Belec died in hospital Monday evening. A 40-year-old female passenger remained in hospital in critical condition Tuesday morning.The accident at the Tadoussac pier, about 250 kilometres northeast of Quebec City, cancelled ferry crossings to Baie-Sainte-Catherine for several hours before service resumed late Monday evening with a single ferry.Sgt. Hugues Beaulieu of the Quebec provincial police said mechanical issues with the RV were likely to blame for the crash.The year-round service is in operation 24 hours a day to ferry vehicle traffic across the Saguenay River.The Canadian Press
One of Britain’s most loved female stars, Alison Moyet, starred at the annual Prince’s Trust Diamond Ball last week, helping to raise almost £50,000 for disadvantaged young people.The singer put on an exclusive performance for hundreds of guests at the prestigious fundraiser at St George’s Hall, in the heart of Liverpool.The event raised almost £50,000 for The Trust, to support disadvantaged young people across the north west into work, training or education.Alison, who is an Ambassador for the youth charity, said: “I was delighted to be able to perform in Liverpool to raise money for The Prince’s Trust. It was a fantastic event and the money raised will really make a difference to disadvantaged people across the north west.”An auction on the evening offered guests the opportunity to win an array of exclusive prizes, including tickets to The X Factor final in Manchester, an exclusive insight behind the scenes of the Sky Sports Gillette Soccer Saturday programme and a three-day luxury holiday for two in any of the Small Luxury Hotels worldwide portfolio.Guests also had the chance to win a £10,000 item of diamond jewellery generously donated by exclusive jewellers and long term sponsor of The Diamond Ball, David M Robinson.The Diamond Ball, which is considered by many to be the highlight of Liverpool’s Christmas social calendar, returned to St George’s Hall for the ninth year running.Since it started the event has raised almost £400,000 for The Trust’s work across the region.The prestigious black tie event included a Laurent-Perrier Champagne reception, followed by a festive four course meal before the entertainment began.North West Development Committee member of The Prince’s Trust and founder of The Diamond Ball, Steve Sealey, said: “The support of people like Alison is invaluable to us and we are delighted that she came to perform for us at what was, yet again, a very successful event.”Other performances on the night came from the amazing Calday Grange Grammar School Choir and Merseyside’s very own crooner Scott Chapman.Source:Prince’s Trust
Tehran: Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said on Wednesday European powers were incapable of bypassing sanctions imposed on Tehran by the US after it withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal. Iran and six world powers agreed on a deal in 2015 that severely restricted Tehran’s nuclear activities in return for sanctions relief and economic incentives. However President Donald Trump withdrew Washington from the deal — technically called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — last May, reimposing punishing sanctions on the Islamic republic. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USThe other parties to the nuclear deal — Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia along with the European Union — however insist they remain committed to making the deal work. “The Europeans at first viewed the JCPOA (nuclear deal) as an achievement, but maybe they were not prepared to, and certainly they were not capable of standing up against U.S sanctions,” Zarif said in an interview with Khamenei.ir, the official website of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls”We will continue pressing the Europeans to implement their commitments. Europe must know that they cannot shy away from their responsibilities with a few statements and some unaccomplished plans,” he added. Zarif, who was his country’s chief negotiator in the negotiations leading to the deal, said that Iran would continue to pressure the Europeans to act on their obligations within the deal but added that “we never had any hopes” in them. Instead of the western powers the Islamic republic has turned to its traditional partners such as Russia and China, Zarif said, adding “the future of our foreign policy lies in that way.”
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The stock market is edging higher in midday trading after the U.S. and other world powers reached a deal to limit Iran’s nuclear program.The Dow Jones industrial average is up 31 points to 16,095 Monday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index has gained one point to 1,806. The Nasdaq is up six points to 3,997.The Nasdaq briefly crossed the 4,000-point mark, a level it hasn’t seen since the dot-com bubble.Sunday’s international deal with Iran was the first significant progress in years to curtail that country’s nuclear ambitions. It could reduce the risk of conflict, improve trade and boost oil supplies.The price of benchmark U.S. crude fell $1.04 to $93.80 a barrel.Energy was the biggest decliner among S&P 500 industry groups, due to lower oil prices. by The Associated Press Posted Nov 25, 2013 10:34 am MDT Stocks edge higher after preliminary deal reached to limit Iran’s nuclear program AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
SEUALG Press ReleaseLast fall, the non-profit Utah Woolen Mills Foundation came to Carbon County to work with people on its Suited For Good program and out of it came 12 suits of clothes for a dozen people who received them later in the year.In July, they came to the area again, this time working with 10 individuals to do the same for them.“We enjoyed coming here and working with the people who helped set the program up and those who benefited from it,” said Bart Stringham as he was setting up clothes racks and getting everything together for the session. “This place feels a lot like home to us.”Home for Stringham and the others involved in the program may be the Wasatch Front, but they are taking pleasure in helping people in rural areas, many of whom have never owned a real suit of clothes.For the next three hours, Stringham, his wife Sue and Mike Ford, one of those who contributes to and makes the program possible, measured, fitted and talked with people in the atrium at the Business Technical Assistance Center on South Carbon Avenue. The local sponsor for bringing the program to the area was the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Government’s (SEUALG) Circles Initiative, a program organized to help break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. Other local people involved included Karl Kraync, Carbon County Sheriff Jeff Wood and former resident Dr. Max Morgan.“Since we started this program with our foundation a little less than three years ago, we have given out just about 600 suits to date,” said Stringham. “More than half the people that we have given suits to have gotten jobs or better jobs. We, as a family, have been very blessed, so by doing this for others, we get to spread that around.”According to Sue Stringham, the idea emanated from their son, who is now part of the for-profit company. He told his parents that they had been lucky over the years to work in such a great business and he thought that they should share in some way. Thus, Suited For Good came into existence.Utah Woolen Mills itself started in 1905 and has been owned and run by the Stringham family ever since. It is now in its fifth generation as a company.“When they came here and did this a few months ago, it was a very moving experience,” said Julie Rosier, Community Services Program Manager for SEUALG and the person who is over the Circles Initiative. “A lot of the individuals who got the suits last year are trying to rebuild their lives, many with little faith in themselves and they were struggling. This opportunity brought so much confidence to them. It’s the idea that someone believes in them and isn’t judging them makes it an unbelievable experience.”Recipients of the service are nominated for the fitting by either an employer or someone who knows of their struggles. One of the individuals who was fitted on this trip said that the suit will really help her with the job she already has.“We go to a lot of conferences and meetings like that where I can use a nice suit,” she said. “So, it was really special to me that I was nominated and I am excited to see them when they are finished.”Based on time estimates, those that were fitted by the foundation in July should be receiving their clothes before Sept. 1.A video about the visit to Carbon County can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgBk14FkqcM&t=5s Bart and Sue Stringham and Mike Ford came in July to measure people for suits through the program. Bart Stringham takes a moment to discuss clothing and what it can mean to a person when they are applying for a job or attending a function with Christina Lake. Bart Stringham selects a suit to try on one of the people who were nominated. Bart Stringham tries out a size on Kade Lyons.
Taking public transportation in the winter can suck, especially when it comes to waiting for a bus or train out in the freezing cold. But a new Google Maps feature could make life a little easier for those without a car, provided they don’t mind taking a longer route.Now, when choosing a route to travel via public transportation, users have three options: best route, less walking, and the new fewest transfers. So if you plan on taking the bus but don’t fancy spending long out in the snowpocalypse, this should come as a nice treat. All you need to do is select on options and then select fewest transfers. And the feature is live.Via ReadWriteWeb
France boss Didier Deschamps is certain that this is just the beginning for Kylian Mbappe and has promised that there is even more to come from the teenage sensationThe Paris Saint-Germain forward pulled off a Man of the Match performance in France’s thrilling 4-3 win over Argentina in their last-16 match last weekend with his searing pace often proving to be too much for the opposing defence to handle and his brace ultimately decided the outcome of the encounter.As well as being the youngest Frenchman to score at a World Cup game, he also first teenager to score twice in the tournament since the legendary Pele for Brazil in the 1958 World Cup final against Sweden.“Kylian gained recognition after the last match but everything he’s done has been great,” said Deschamps, according to the Daily Mail.“He is only 19 and he will grow a lot. He will learn how to manage these situations.“When there are hard times, the trend is to question yourself and to dig deep but when things go well you shouldn’t relax and think things come easy or you need to put in less effort.“Kylian is intelligent, he listens and knows this. But this happens. He’s gone from Monaco to PSG where the demands are not the same, and at the World Cup they are even higher.Revealed: Florentino Perez’s plan to sign Kylian Mbappe Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 12, 2019 According to a report from ‘El Chiringuito’, Florentino Perez revealed his plans to sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG next season.We all knew this was…“He is still learning. All players at that age, regardless of ability, they are learning.”Despite the rumoured interest from Real Madrid this summer, Deschamps has backed Mbappe to remain fully focused on the remainder of France’s World Cup campaign.“What he did against Argentina was very good,” he said.“This put a spotlight on him, obviously, to play like that in such an important match made a name for him. But he has had time to digest this and recover.“We all savoured the victory but since Tuesday we started to focus on Uruguay. He is young, but I don’t think that’s a drawback. Uruguay saw him, and they know what he’s capable of. And he will have to do the same thing in this match.”France will take on Uruguay today in their World Cup quarter-final game at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium at 16:00 (GMT +2).
Defender Domenico Criscito crossed Ponte Morandi just 10 minutes it collapsed and killed at least 20 peopleA motorway bridge collapsed in Genoa killing at least 20 people authorities say.The Ponte Morandi bridge collapsed and left several cars trapped there, along with destructions on houses nearby.And Genoa defender Domenico Criscito is in shock.The Italian footballer said he crossed Ponte Morandi just 10 minutes before it fell into destruction.He is disgusted by the tragedy.Maurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.“I write this message for all those who are writing to me, worried about me and my family,” Criscito wrote on Instagram.“We’re all fine, even though we crossed that bridge exactly 10 minutes before the collapse.”“My thoughts are with all the families of the victims, it’s not possible for a bridge on a motorway to collapse like this – NOT POSSIBLE!” he added.“We need to do something for this country, people flee because of these things. We need security, we need someone to do something.”“This is disgusting!”
Cashing in on the opportunity that resulted out of a controversy over its rival Nestle’s Maggi, ITC’s instant noodles brand YiPPee! is close to emerging as a Rs 1,000-crore brand.It is well known that the country’s food regulator had imposed a ban on Maggi after tests of its samples showed higher levels of lead and presence of monosodium glutamate (MSG) in them. The ban was lifted by the Bombay High Court in October.”Sunfeast YiPPee! as a brand is now in its fifth year post the national rollout. We are proud to say Yippee Noodles is poised to enter the Rs 1,000-crore club in the ITC Foods stable,” ITC Ltd Divisional Chief Executive, Foods Division, V L Rajesh told PTI.The ban on Maggi had provided other noodle-makers, including ITC, the opportunity to boost their sales by highlighting quality and safety standards.”The controversy and confusion that prevailed adversely affected the whole industry. However, with our proactive inputs and innovative campaigns, we were the fastest to recover and then exceed our old sales levels,” Rajesh added.After the Maggi ban, ITC had come out with a timely advertising campaign centred on quality and safety, which resulted in higher YiPPee! sales. In September, YiPPee! had accounted for over 50% of instant noodles market in India, according to analysts. Before the ban on Maggi noodles, YiPPee! noodles occupied just 10-12% of the market share.Maggi had a market share of over 80% in instant noodles in the quarter ending March 2015, according to a Nomura report.”We were gaining market share month-on-month even before the controversy happened, and are continuing to grow even now,” said Rajesh.
Norm SelfYoutube screengrabNorm Self, a priest from North Dakota, appeared in his first adult film at the ripe age of 85. The retired clergyman exchanged his crucifix for life in adult films and has no regrets as of yet. He made three more adult films in the past two years.Self joined the clergy at the age of 18 and after 28 years of marriage, he realised that he was gay.It all began in 1997 when Self was working as a campus minister and came across a group of gay men. It was then Self realised that he was gay, he told The Sun.Self’s first introduction to adult film happened when his housemates invited him to be part of one. He said, “My housemate asked me if I’d be in a film. I was invited in and all of a sudden all this attention comes to me. We are going to have sex anyway so why not make it a liberating and bonding experience instead of hiding it away in the shadows?”Describing his first experience, Self told HuffPost in 2018 that it was delightful. He said that his body was a temple where intimacy and ecstasy intermingled and was open to making more adult films.”It was splendid! How could it not be? (I was in) a blessed rural setting, surrounded by a cast and crew of loving, competent, supportive brothers intent on sharing the good news of the healing power of pleasure. What could be more delightful? And if you’ve seen the video, with the two adorable models “performing, what else could be lacking?” Self was quoted as saying by HuffPost.
Air India aircraft stand on the tarmac at the airport in Mumbai September 27, 2009.Reuters fileA day after a data service company FlightStats published a report listing Air India as the ‘third worst performing airline’ in the world for on-time performance, the state-owned carrier has hit back. “We totally disagree with the report published by FlightStats about AI. Initially, it seems that the report is fabricated so AI management will investigate the report till the end,” AI’s spokesperson was quoted as saying by the Hindustan Times. Also read: Air India deemed ‘third-worst’ airline in the world, Israel’s EI AI the worstThe report comes at a time when Air India is already struggling to turn a profit despite being on a bailout package of Rs 10,000 crore. The nine other airlines that have been deemed worst include: El Al Israel Airlines (1), Icelandair (2), Philippine Airlines (4), Asiana Airlines (5), China Eastern Airlines (6), Hong Kong Airlines (7), Air China (8), Korean Air (9) and Hainan Airlines (10).According to the website, the company, FlightStats, recognises airlines around the world that have the best on-time performance by keeping tabs on delays and cancellation patterns. Jim Hetzel, vice-president of aviation and distribution at FlightStats, told the agency that compiling the list is a herculean task. “We stitch data together from 500 different sources”.The company parses flight-tracking and positional services, airport runway times, radar services, airline data records among various other sources to come up with the lists, it was earlier reported. The list pegged KLM Royal Dutch Airlines as the “best on-time performing airline”.In November, Air India had recorded a market share of 12.9 percent. Given below is the letter Air India sent out to FlightStats: Twitter/AirIndia
April 10, 2009 Trying to decide between a BlackBerry and an iPhone? Take this quiz to find out which one’s for you.1. Which feature is most important to you in a mobile phone?a. Top-notch securityb. A slick interface2. When on the go, what do you need most?a. Turn-by-turn directions to client meetingsb. Info on nearby businesses3. Which do you use more?a. IMb. SMS4. How often do you need to check your e-mail?a. If it’s not instant, I feel behind.b. Every 15 minutes or so is enough for me.5. Are you a major multitasker?a. I have as many programs open as possible atany given time.b. I prefer to do one thing at a time, thank you.6. Which wireless carrier are you partial to?a. I like to keep my options open.b. AT&T is it for me-despite famously bad coverage.7. Do you like customizing your gadgets?a. I want them to do everything right out of the box.b. I love finding new apps and add-ons to increase productivity.If you answered mostly As, you want a BlackBerry to tap into its leading-edge enterprise functions and cross-carrier flexibility.If you answered mostly Bs, pick up a sleek and sexy iPhone for a stylish, customizable mobile experience. This story appears in the May 2009 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Free 2 min read
Hong Kong Cruise & Yacht Industry Association Gives FREEHong Kong Cruise & Yacht Industry Association Gives FREEHong Kong Cruise & Yacht Industry Association (HKCYIA) is to give free talks to Tourism and Hospitality Studies students of 166 secondary schools from October this year to March next year. The talks are designed to enable students to acquire a broad knowledge and understanding of the global cruise industry, thereby encouraging them to pursue their careers in the fast-growing cruise sector.Kara Yeung, Executive Director of HKCYIA, said “The cruise markets in Europe and the United States are relatively mature, while the Hong Kong market is still an emerging one. HKCYIA is dedicated to advancing the long-term development of the Hong Kong cruise industry through promoting youth employment in the cruise industry.”HKCYIA is currently arranging the cruise talks with the 166 secondary schools and inviting students to attend the talks. Lasting around 3 hours each session, the talks will be given by purser trainers with many years of experience in cruise operations and management. The talks will cover international cruise information, structure of international cruises, introduction to cruise travel, and career development in cruise industry. These talks will provide students with extensive knowledge of the cruise industry, enabling them to explore the different pathways for further advancements in the sector.The free talks will be held at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal where most international cruises berth in Hong Kong. Students wanting to visit the cruises are required to make prior arrangements with travel agencies on their own.“We are currently reviewing the applications of virtual reality (VR) technology in education with several international cruise lines. These will provide students with a real-world experience in cruise operations,” said Yeung.Source = Hong Kong Cruise & Yacht Industry Association (HKCYIA)
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directing marshals to take them away.” Write to Raisa Bruner at raisa.com. when the same fellow has not questioned the presence of Musiliu? And while they aren’t always in total control of these groups, but added: “There is a negotiation that will have to be conducted.62 percent up from 114. and after completion, a libel lawyer at Jollymore Law Office P. his lawyer says. The issue first came to light in August when PubPeer’s (anonymous) moderators announced that the site had received a “legal threat” Today they revealed that the scientist involved is Fazlul Sarkar a cancer researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan Sarkar an author on more than 500 papers and principal investigator for more than $1227000 in active grants from the US National Institutes of Health has like many scientists had his work scrutinized on PubPeer More than 50 papers on which he is an author have received at least one comment from PubPeer users many of whom point out potential inconsistencies in the papers’ figures such as perceived similarities between images that are supposed to depict different experiments Recently PubPeer was contacted about those comments by Nicholas Roumel an attorney at Nacht Roumel Salvatore Blanchard & Walker PC in Ann Arbor Michigan who represents Sarkar and spoke to ScienceInsider on his behalf On 9 June the University of Mississippi Medical Center announced that Sarkar would join the faculty in its school of pharmacy Records from a meeting of the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning note that he was offered a tenured position and a salary of $350000 per year effective 1 July But on 19 June Roumel says Sarkar got a letter from the University of Mississippi revoking its offer Science has not seen the letter but Romel says that in his view “it made it crystal clear the PubPeer postings were the reason they were rescinding the job offer” A representative for the University of Mississippi declined to comment on the case citing prospective employees’ confidentiality According to Roumel Wayne State allowed Sarkar to keep the position he had formally resigned but revoked his tenure The events have “had a devastating effect on his career” Roumel says A representative of Wayne State confirmed that Sarkar is employed there but gave no details about any change in his status Roumel says that because Sarkar suspects the person or persons who posted some of the PubPeer comments also circulated them to the University of Mississippi as well as to colleagues in his department at Wayne State he wants to find out their identities and file suit against them One possible charge is defamation Roumel says because he believes several comments—some now removed by PubPeer’s moderators—stray from the facts to insinuate deliberate misconduct in violation of PubPeer’s posting guidelines Roumel has exchanged letters with PubPeer requesting the identity of the commenters but no suits or request for a subpoena have been filed PubPeer argues that researchers should defend their papers against online comments without resorting to legal action “Authors have every opportunity to respond directly to any comments on PubPeer they feel are unjustified” an anonymous PubPeer contact told ScienceInsider in an e-mail?
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