By Mike Moffitt, SFGATE Published 11:33 am PST, Thursday, January 17, 2019 Former 49ers lineman Jonathan Martin was ordered to stand trial on three felony threatening charges after posting a photo on Instagram showing a shotgun and shotgun shells lying on a bed. Former 49ers lineman Jonathan Martin was ordered to stand trial on three felony threatening charges after posting a photo on Instagram showing a shotgun and shotgun shells lying on a bed. Photo: Chuck Burton, Associated Press Photo: Chuck Burton, Associated Press Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Former 49ers lineman Jonathan Martin was ordered to stand trial on three felony threatening charges after posting a photo on Instagram showing a shotgun and shotgun shells lying on a bed. Former 49ers lineman Jonathan … [Read more...] about NFL’er in bullying scandal says he fled to safe house after Jonathan Martin’s Instagram post
Arguably the UK’s most infamous Islamist preacher has walked free from prison Thursday night, as the Prime Minister claims authorities will keep the public safe. Anjem Choudary, 51, served just half of his five-year sentence for encouraging support for the Islamic State, and is likely to live off the British taxpayer now he is free, with him and his family given a “safe house” and not blocked from claiming welfare payments.Choudary, a solicitor from Ilford in east London, once described jobseeker’s allowance as “jihad seeker’s allowance” and urged his followers to claim it. He has been linked to a long list of attacks and plots and is even considered a major risk by American officials, with him made a “specially designated global terrorist” by the U.S. last year because of his leadership of the now-banned al-Muhajiroun group. It is claimed he will be subject to one of the most severe regimes ever given to a UK citizen on prison … [Read more...] about Notorious Radical Islamist Preacher Anjem Choudary Released From Jail, May Insists Public Will Be Safe
It might be a 600-square-foot studio or a 6,000-square-foot lakefront edifice. It might be a downtown apartment atop a retail building, a renovated warehouse condo, a close-in duplex or a suburban four-bedroom fronted by a green lawn, but it's home for somebody. Chattanoogans live in all kinds of places and all kinds of ways. And now the city is trying to get a sense of those places and ways, to figure out what's here, who's using it and how to look ahead to housing needs as the community grows and changes. On Saturday, Chattanooga's Department of Economic and Community Development and the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency will host a conference that looks at trends, challenges, and opportunities in housing. The Housing Connections Conference will bring together citizens, advocates, developers, policymakers, and other stakeholders to discuss the city's housing agenda. The half-day session at the Family Justice Center is the first of a two-part series that will … [Read more...] about Conference will look at Chattanooga’s housing agenda
Video PUBLISHED: 09:12 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:30 17 October 2018 Emily Prince King's Lynn mayor, Nick Daubney, unveils the plaque to open Pathway House, the new building for the Purfleet Trust homeless charity in King's Lynn. With him from left, Paula Hall, chief executive; mayoress Cheryl Daubney; Rev John Belfield, chairman; and the Bishop of King's Lynn, Rt Rev Jonathan Meyrick, president. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Archant A homeless charity in King’s Lynn has celebrated 25 years of helping to house more than 10,000 people by opening a new building. The Purfleet Trust, King’s Lynn officially opened its new Pathway House centre on Tuesday, October 16, which boasts more space and improved facilities. Chairman of the Purfleet Trust Reverend John Belfield said: “For a while we’ve been teetering on the edge of whether we would stay open or not and to have the benefactors we now have means we can. Everyone working here … [Read more...] about ‘Everyone should enjoy the basic human right to decent safe housing’
By Jonathan Lansner | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: October 15, 2018 at 7:07 am | UPDATED: October 15, 2018 at 7:07 am Angry residents face off with representatives of the nonprofit group PATH Ventures that is proposing to build an affordable apartment complex for the formerly homeless in Carson, during a community meeting in the Normandale Recreation Center in Torrance on Wednesday, September 12, 2018. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Members of the Los Angeles Center for Community Law and Action lead a march through downtown Los Angeles in support of a county motion to enact a 3 percent rent cap for six months on some 50,000 apartments in unincorporated parts of the county. (Photo by Sarah Favot) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsDelma Flammia, left, and Danny Robley express their opposition to the proposed affordable apartment complex for the formerly homeless in Carson during a community meeting in the Normandale Recreation Center in … [Read more...] about Prop. 10’s rent control: Isn’t any ‘affordable housing’ effort also anti-homeowner?