Wood has said that amount was too low to fairly compensate the woman for the harm she claimed to have sufferedSports marketers have estimated Bryant lost $4 million to $6 million in endorsement contracts after his arrest. He has not appeared in Nike commercials since the allegations surfaced, and McDonald’s and Nutella did not renew their deals with him after his arrest.Cynthia Stone, spokeswoman for the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault, said she hopes the settlement brings some sense of justice and closure for the accuser, who moved from state to state to avoid media scrutiny last year.”The defense team in the criminal case managed to get reams of paper filled with rumor and innuendo about this young woman’s prior sexual history out into the public,” Stone said.As a result, victims’ advocates are lobbying for a bill intended to tighten Colorado’s “rape shield” law. The bill, which has passed the state Senate, would prohibit discussion of an alleged victim’s sexual history during a preliminary hearing unless a judge rules otherwise.In Eagle, the woman’s hometown, former Mayor Roxie Deane was cheered by news of the settlement.
Auteur de L’autonomie nergtique (Actes Sud, 2007), dput cologiste des parlements allemands et europens, Hermann Scheer prside aussi EUROSOLAR, l’association europenne pour les nergies renouvelables et le Conseil Mondial pour les nergies Renouvelables (WCRE). Le magazine Time lui a dcern en 2002 le titre de Hros pour un sicle vert . Cet activiste et thoricien milite pour que nos socits passent rsolument aux nergies renouvelables, et fassent preuve de courage politique en les favorisant ds aujourd’hui.
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McGuckian sentenced Clore to life plus 53 years for the Jan. 10 and May 4 attacks. 9, another 10 years was added to his sentence for parole violation on a rape conviction in Kensington. The next part of the podcast that really stood out to me was when one of the was shown an iPad for the first time. I was very surprised that while working in the factory, this worker had never seen or interacted with an operational iPad before. When the worker described the iPad as I couldn help but feel like the worker, despite all the hardships he had to work with, still felt pride at what he helped create..