She was taken outside by a police officer, handcuffed, and arrested for resisting arrest. Hargrave was questioning how the superintendent could get a raise, when teachers hadn't seen a pay increase in years. A woman who was in the meeting later commented on the incident. "His job is to make sure that we have orderly board meetings, he knows what our policy is and he knows how to handle it", he said.
It was an freakish scene: For around an hour, cameras rolled as Trump moderated a conversation between Democrats and Republicans from both chambers of Congress on DACA - Trump's repeal of which has left almost 800,000 young people at risk of deportation - border security and so-called " chain migration " (this administration's term for existing family-based advantages for prospective immigrants).
Welcoming the apex court decision to review its 2013 decision on gay sex, Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari said Section 377 should be decriminalised and hoped that the government would repeal it or courts read down the article. "A section of people can't live in fear of their individual choice". "Choice can't be allowed to cross boundaries of law but confines of law can't trample or curtail the inherent right embedded in an individual under Art 21 of Constitution", the bench observed.
After one hour of struggle, the fire was brought under control with no reports of mishappening in the incident. Well, the officials aren't saying anything because in Investigating is going on but a deep source is saying that the fire emerged due to short circuit from a generator in the studio.
The Pierce County Sheriff's Office had not released the deputy's name early Monday. The Sheriff's Department says one suspect was found dead at the scene, but another male suspect is still at large and is considered armed and risky. The suspect in the shooting remained at large, KIRO-TV reported . Officials say numerous streets are being closed in the area as law enforcement conducts a search for the gunman.
President Donald Trump came to power. Nearly a week of sporadically violent protests involving upwards of 50,000 demonstrators in the Middle Eastern country has seen at least 22 killed, as Tehran authorities accuse the United States, Israel, and Saudi Arabia of tacitly fomenting unrest that began in late December 2017.