Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press Updated 10:47 pm, Monday, May 28, 2018 Photo: Matt Rourke, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this Nov. 21, 2017, file photo, neurologist Dr. Ricardo Cruciani walks from the center for criminal justice after pleading guilty to misdemeanor charges that he groped women at a clinic in Philadelphia. Patients of Cruciani, who is already facing rape charges in New York and New Jersey, say law enforcement officials in Philadelphia are burying nearly identical accusations against him, angering and perplexing women who say they're being victimized twice — first by their doctor, now by a big-city justice system that won't hold him accountable. less FILE - In this Nov. 21, 2017, file photo, neurologist Dr. Ricardo Cruciani walks from the center for criminal justice after pleading guilty to misdemeanor charges that he groped women at a clinic in ... more … [Read more...] about Sex-abusing neurologist’s patients: No justice in Philly
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YARMOUTH — As the casket bearing slain Yarmouth police Sergeant Sean M. Gannon was carried from a Catholic church after funeral services Thursday, a cluster of bagpipers from public safety agencies began playing the haunting “Goin’ Home.’’During the funeral Mass at the St. Pius X Church, Rev. Paul Caron spoke about the 32-year-old Gannon, who worked as a Yarmouth police officer for the past eight years but was known to the pastor of the church through his faith. Related Links Fallen officer’s dog may be released from hospital soon “I knew him and he knew me. Sean was a true Christian man, but here we are,’’ Caron said, in acknowledging that Gannon’s life suddenly ended last week. “So now we come together and mourn his death, but we also give thanks that he lived, that we knew him on some level — although we feel empty, feel grief.”Caron addressed a church filled with Gannon’s immediate family, … [Read more...] about Funeral services for Yarmouth police Sergeant Sean Gannon held
close Video DeSantis sending a criminal referral to Justice Department Criminal referral includes Clinton, Comey and Lynch. On 'Fox & Friends,' Republican congressman from Florida says the lack of candor with Congress needs to be investigated. Nearly a dozen Republican members of Congress on Wednesday sent a criminal referral to the Justice Department and FBI seeking an investigation of former bureau boss James Comey, his deputy Andrew McCabe, ex-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Hillary Clinton in connection with 2016 campaign controversies. Attorney General Jeff Sessions already announced last month he had assigned a federal prosecutor to review some of those broader issues, while resisting calls for a second special counsel. But the referral represents an escalation of Republican pressure to probe top Democrats and Trump critics. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., and 10 other lawmakers want an investigation into potential violations that cover everything from the … [Read more...] about GOP reps refer Comey, Clinton, McCabe for criminal investigation
Officer Sean Gannon was a well-known K-9 officer on Cape Cod who volunteered as a Big Brother and worked side-by-side with his furry partner, Nero. Prior to joining the Yarmouth Police Department, he worked for the Stonehill College Police Department and as a summer officer on Nantucket. Gannon, 32, had been on the Yarmouth police force for eight years when he was fatally shot Thursday afternoon while serving a warrant at a house in Marstons Mills.His dog, Nero, was shot in the face and neck and will have to undergo surgery, according to the Dennis Veterinary Hospital.On Friday morning, the students and faculty at Bishop Stang High School in North Dartmouth had a special time of prayer and took a moment of silence in honor of Gannon and his family.Gannon was originally from New Bedford and graduated from Bishop Stang High School in 2003. His parents and siblings are all alumni of the school.On Friday morning Bishop Stang officials posted a photo of Gannon on Facebook and expressed … [Read more...] about Slain Yarmouth police Officer Sean Gannon remembered for his sacrifice and service
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