Phillies provide discouraging update on Bryce Harper's injury
Harper dealt with an elbow injury for most of the 2022 season.Speaking during the Phillies end of season media availability, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski announced that Harper would have surgery next week in Los Angeles performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache.
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A judge has recommended convicted fraudster Elizabeth Holmes serve her time in a minimum-security federal prison camp, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The former biotechnology entrepreneur was found guilty in January of defrauding investors in connection with her Silicon Valley blood-testing start-up, Theranos, Inc.
Holmes, who is pregnant with baby #2, was recently sentenced to 11 years and three months in prison, and ordered to serve three months of supervised release upon the completion of her incarceration. © Radar Online mega
Judge Edward Davila in San Jose proposed for Holmes to be designated to the Federal Prison Camp at Bryan, Texas, a court filing revealed.
Cardinals non-tender RHP Alex Reyes
Reyes was once touted as one of the best prospects in all of baseball, regularly featuring on various publications’ top-100 lists, including a fourth-place ranking on Baseball America’s pre-2017 list of the best prospects in baseball. The foundation of that was some elite stuff, headlined by a triple-digit fastball and a lethal curveball. After blowing away minor league batters, he made his big league debut in 2016 and didn’t disappoint. The then-21-year-old tossed 46 innings of 1.57 ERA ball, giving up just one home run and striking out batters 27.5% of the time.
According to their website, there are 539 inmates currently being housed.
Criminal defense attorneyAlan Ellis told Bloomberg that it will feel like "heaven" compared to other prisons for Holmes, noting there will be "no walls, no bars, no fences."
The prison offers family visitation and requires its inmates to participate in work programs.
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The facility's handbook states a general wake-up for all inmates is 6:00 AM, and Holmes will have "sufficient clothing to allow at least three changes of clothes weekly."
Once assigned duties are performed, the available leisure activities include "organized and informal games, sports, physical fitness, table games, hobby crafts, music programs, intramural activities, social and cultural organizations, and movies."
'My Dad Killed My Mom. No One Believed Me'
I did not believe anything that my father was saying. I knew that he was lying to meMy father said we were not to call the police or the FBI. I found it very strange that he quickly began speaking of such things, considering that he had already said my mom wasn't in danger. My parents got married in 1968 and I was born in 1978. I found out that my dad was having an affair when I was 11, as I had met his girlfriend. My mom had found out too, and wanted a divorce. But my father was a rageaholic. I remember, one time, my mother and I were making breakfast.
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Judge Davila ordered Holmes to surrender herself into custody by April 27, 2023. She is expected to give birth to her second child before then.
In a sentencing memo, Holmes' partner, Billy Evans, pleaded for leniency in hopes their family wouldn't be torn apart. Holmes had previously requested home confinement.
"My heart is broken with the thought of spending any days away from Liz, for a future in which my son grows up with a relationship with his mother on the other side of glass armed by guards," he wrote before Holmes found out her fate.
Club Q suspect and mother accused of verbally attacking airplane passengers with racial slurs months before the Colorado shooting .
"Even my friend was like, we won't be surprised, like, if he's a mass shooter. And it was scary to think that," one passenger told KDVR.In June, President Joe Biden signed into law the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act — the most significant piece of gun legislation to pass in decades. Part of the bill included $750 million in federal funding for states to implement intervention programs such as gun restraining orders, more colloquially known as "red flag laws.