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Wed Gatton. Superintendent Gnircfc school cesday. S: CO p. Caleb Lee Kordsmeier, 22, pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court to two counts of felony video voyeurism. He reached a deal with prosecutors in which the suspect was sentenced to one year of probation, along with 50 hours of community service and a $1,000 fine, said Denis Dean, Washington County deputy prosecutor. He was released the same day from the Washington County Detention Center on $2,500 bond, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
Introduction”What you’re doing is unconstitutional”! We hear this refrain a lot today: the Democrats accused the Bush Administration of acting unconstitutionally toward terrorists who were detained at Guantanamo Bay. Since Barack Obama has been president, Republicans have accused the Democrats of exceeding the Constitution in the passage of the health care bill. And then there’s Ron Paul who looks at both the Republicans and the Democrats and says “a plague on both your houses.”.
In this state of indecision, obviously the first thing to be done, was to thump the boy for finding Mr. Weller at the door. So his mother thumped him, and he cried melodiously.. I’m guessing he might have heard about Canadian wine at ProWein in Germany where one day on the convention floor, with a glass in hand, would open the eyes of even the most assured wine producer that the international wine world is huge and competitive as it gets. Skoglund’s interest precipitated a trip to British Columbia as Meyer explains. “to see if he could find a few wineries and then go back and convince his boss the wines could sell in Norway.”.
When we got to the wineries, they either forgot to save them or they threw them in dumpsters where many were broken. It was a terrible trip, we ended up getting lost because a bridge was closed and we pulled over for directions and the guy we asked owned a winery. He gave us directions to his loading dock and his crew used forklifts to load our truck to the roof with used wine bottles.