Sylville was fatally shot by the police – Louis Theroux: Dark States – BBC Two



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Trial for Charleston Church Shooter Set to Begin



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The death penalty trial for a white man who said he wanted to start a race war by killing black people in their South Carolina church is set to begin. (Dec. 7)

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Friends and supporters of Nina Pham met to pray for the nurse in Fort Worth, Texas, on Monday night.
Pham is the health care worker who became infected with the Ebola virus while caring for a dying man from Liberia in a Dallas hospital.
The vigil took place at Our Lady of Fatima Church. Parishioners sang hymns to pray for Pham.
Those closest to the family say she’s being treated well, though her parents are heartbroken over the news.

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Police: 9 Dead in Charleston Church Shooting



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Police in Charleston, South Carolina say a gunman killed nine people at an historic black church on Wednesday night. Police are searching for a white male, approximately 21 years old, with sandy blond hair. (June 18)

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10,000 FAMOUS FREEMASONS By WILLIAM R. DENSLOW Volume I
A- D Foreword by HARRY S. TRUMAN, P.G.M. Past Master, Missouri Lodge of Research Published by Macoy Publishing & Masonic Supply Co., Inc. Richmond, Virginia Copyright, I957, William R. Denslow

Foreword Harry S Truman, PGM, Grand Lodge of Missouri

It is a great pleasure and satisfaction to me that the Missouri Lodge of Research is to publish four volumes containing the biographies of ten thousand or more Freemasons who have contributed to the history of the Free World.

We know that research is the most important step in the study of history. Comprehensive and accurate information must be available for those who would interpret trends in world happenings.

History is made by men. It is therefore necessary to know about the men who have made history. In the study of the past we must know the motives that inspired men who made history. Events and dates are of no value unless we can discover what caused those events at the dates stated in what passes for history.

Plutarch in Roman times and Abbott in recent times wrote biographies of great men. Thousands of words about the subjects of these biographies have been written by other famous men—Shakespeare, for instance, and Milton and Emerson and Toynbee.

Perhaps these Masonic biographies will cause future historians, authors and playwrights to appreciate what has been done since these great books were written. Then people of future generations will have a fair basis for the evaluation of our times.

HARRY S. TRUMAN, PGM
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USA: CALIFORNIA: MOURNERS GATHER FOR FUNERAL OF SONNY BONO UPDATE



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Fond farewells were bid to U-S lawmaker, and former entertainer, Sonny Bono at a funeral service in Palm Springs, California, on Friday.

Bono’s current wife and children, along with ex-wife Cher, were joined by representatives from Washington.

The 62-year-old died in a skiing accident on Monday.

Singer and actress, Cher, arrived at Saint Theresa Catholic Church in Palm Springs, California on Friday afternoon accompanied by daughter Chastity.

She joined hundreds of others, from entertainment and political circles, to remember the life of Sonny Bono.

Cher, who was formerly Bono’s wife, cut short a trip to London to attend the funeral.

She was joined by Bono’s current wife Mary, and her two children.

The two-term Republican congressman died on Monday when he hit a tree on an intermediate slope at the Heavenly Ski Resort in South Lake Tahoe.

He was on holiday with his family at the time.

The tragedy came just as Sonny Bono was hitting his stride in his second term as a U-S congressman.

Bono went from citizen, to entertainer, to mayor of Palm Springs and then on to Congress as a representative of Southern California.

Mourners came from the entertainment industry, where Bono rose to pop music and television stardom as songwriter and singer alongside former wife Cher.

They also came from Washington D-C, including House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a 100-member congressional delegation, and Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt – representing President Bill Clinton.

They paid tribute to Bono, who as the outsider who came to Congress in 1994 as something of a joke, went on to earn the respect of fellow Republicans, and Democrats as an able politician.

A military honour guard carried Bono’s coffin, draped by the U-S flag.

He was remembered during the service as someone who could be counted on as a loyal friend.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“When he was with you, he was with you and not off with somebody else. His mind was with you, his thoughts were with you and he showed a genuine interest and concern in your presence, in what you had on your mind. That’s how he was single-minded, how he was single-hearted.”
SUPER CAPTION: Reverend David Andel

And it is that sense of friendship that many gathered here believe will be Sonny Bono’s lasting legacy.

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“He was somebody who was, in a sense, a friend of everybody. A friend of many, many people and peacemakers are friends of most people. They have very, very few enemies.”
SUPER CAPTION: Reverend David Andel

Bono will be buried later on Friday with military honours.

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Fire Destroys Historic New York City Church



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A historic church in New York City was destroyed in a raging fire just hours after its Orthodox Christian worshippers celebrated Easter. (May 2)

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USA: JONESBORO: STUDENTS RETURN TO SCHOOL FOLLOWING KILLINGS



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Life began to return to normal in Jonesboro, Arkansas, on Monday as students returned to class for the first time since last Tuesday’s killings.

Four students and one teacher were killed in an ambush carried out by two Westside Middle School students.

Preparations are underway for a memorial service to be held for the victims on Tuesday.

This was a first day of school – but a first day entirely different from the joyful return at the beginning of the school year.

It was the first day back for students of Westside Middle School after four of their classmates and a teacher were killed in a schoolyard ambush.

One of the hardest facts to accept after the killings has been that they were allegedly carried out by some of the children’s own classmates.

Monday a few students were reluctant to get out of their parent’s cars and start over again.

Despite the initial reluctance, only 22 children were absent for the day – that’s 10 more than usual.

Students attended their regular classes, easing back into the normal routine despite painful reminders of the tragedy from television crews outside.

The school psychologist said the first day back was a success, and life is slowly returning to normal.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“I am hearing laughter. I am hearing talking. I am seeing smiles. So it sounds pretty good, it sounds like a middle school.”
SUPER CAPTION: Betty Stockton, School Psychologist

Across town, crews were busy with preparations for a memorial service to be held on Tuesday at Arkansas State University.

Attorney General Janet Reno and Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee plan to attend.

The service’s organiser also planned the memorial service for victims of the Oklahoma City bombing.

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“To me what appears to be the most emotional of the events on the schedule is the principle of the school reading a poem by one of the students that was there that day. That is what is really going to touch everyone.”
SUPER CAPTION: Dan Mahoney, Event Advisor

President Clinton will address the service via a videotaped message from Africa.

The pastor who heads the steering committee for the service said hearing from Clinton will be like hearing from one of their own.

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“We still feel and believe that President Clinton is Arkansan and it is kind of like home folks speaking to us. It also represents to us the national issues that are being raised here, and he represents something that we are not the only ones who are hurt by this – that indeed people are being affected by this all over this world. And we are hoping that he will be able to give us some indication of how we might heal too. So we are thankful for his interest and his sharing with us.”
SUPER CAPTION: Fred Haustein, Senior Pastor First United Methodist Church

Thirteen-year-old Mitchell Johnson and eleven-year-old Drew Golden are accused of gunning down their classmates with stolen weapons.

Ten students were wounded, and five people were killed.

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USA: CALIFORNIA: FRANK SINATRA BURIED IN PALM SPRINGS (2)



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One of entertainment’s greatest sons, Frank Sinatra, has arrived at his final resting place at a Palm Springs cemetery on Wednesday.

About 4 (h) hundred close family, friends and former colleagues had earlier joined in a moving private funeral service which celebrated his life of show business.

Sinatra died last Thursday of heart failure aged 82.

Hollywood’s brightest stars, including many of the old guard, joined 4 (h) hundred family and friends to bid farewell to the king of show business.

They packed the Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Church in Beverly Hills to remember and celebrate the life of Frank Sinatra.

Many were overcome with grief.

They watched in silence as Sinatra’s elaborate casket blanketed with gardenias, his favourite flowers, was carried out of the church.

Earlier, during the touching two hour service, Sinatra was remembered as a ‘reckless, rogue, sentimental fella,’ who graced the world with his talent.

Some of the guests wept as they listened to a recording of Sinatra’s ‘Put Your Dreams Away’.

After the ceremony, Sinatra’s casket was carried out of the church to a hearse, amid the din of four media helicopters hovering overhead.

Outside the church thousands of fans lined the streets to get a glimpse of Sinatra’s casket.

One fan said she felt at peace knowing that Sinatra lives on through his music and in their memories.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“But inside my heart I felt happy because he will always live on in my heart.”
SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop, Sinatra fan

Frank Sinatra was revered as being one of a kind, a unique and popular entertainer.

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“He was a great one of kind type of entertainer, that you probably won’t see again, certainly won’t see again in the twentieth century.”
SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop, Sinatra fan

Immediately after the funeral service, Sinatra’s widow, Barbara, his three children and other family members accompanied Sinatra’s casket to his final resting place.

With the news helicopters following, the hearse drove to Vans Nuys airport, where the casket was loaded on to a private jet that flew with the immediate family to the desert town of Palm Springs some 110 miles east.

In a small, private burial service he was laid to rest at a family plot in the Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City.

He was buried alongside his mother, Natalie “Dolly” Sinatra, and father, Anthony Martin Sinatra.

Sinatra died of heart failure last Thursday ending a 60-year career on the stage and screen.

He was 82.

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USA: FRANK SINATRA TO BE BURIED IN PALM SPRINGS



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Frank Sinatra may have been born in New Jersey but he will be laid to rest on the other side of the United States – in Palm Springs, California.

He spent much of his later years in the hot desert resort town, and most residents seem sad that their “Mr. Palm Springs” is no longer with them.

Admirers are showing their affection for the man with wreaths, bouquets and vases of flowers placed alongside his star on Palm Springs Walk of Stars.

Hoboken, New Jersey may be his birthplace but for the residents of Palm Springs, California, Frank Sinatra was their favourite son.

The hot desert resort town was a frequent haunt of “The Chairman of the Board.”

Residents have marked his passing by showering his star on the Palm Springs Walk-of-Stars with bouquets, wreaths and momentos including an empty martini glass and burning candles.

Residents and tourists alike are bracing for the media onslaught that is sure to accompany his burial.

Reports already indicate a fierce battle is underway among family members and Barbara Sinatra over the estimated two hundred (m) million U-S dollar Sinatra estate.

The late entertainer’s business empire comprises music publishing, a beer wholesaler, expensive real estate holdings and a mint of recording royalties.

As tourists and residents stop and admire the impromptu sidewalk shrine, people are reflecting on what Sinatra’s passing means.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“It makes me very sad every time I hear his music I want to cry. He’s a real legend.”
SUPERCAPTION: Betty Hornick, Barbara Sinatra acquaintance

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“I’m sad I think it’s a loss. Just like when we lose any entertainer we get a pleasure out of watching or listening to, the John Wayne’s, the Jimmy Stewart’s, the Lee Marvin’s, the Broderick Crawford’s, they’re all gone. We haven’t really had that type of actor or singers to replace them nowadays.”
SUPERCAPTION: Steve Kiefer, Palm Springs shop owner

But some Palm Spring’s residents don’t share the adulation.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“Frank Sinatra was a punk. He did a lot of things that weren’t nice. Including years ago there was a bar here called the Dollhouse, and if they didn’t have his record on the jukebox, he’d trash the place. He went nuts. So, he did a lot of things that weren’t cool.”
SUPERCAPTION: Allen Panick, Palm Springs resident

Like anyone, Sinatra’s death is felt worst by friends and Palm Springs folk who came to know him personally.

At Sorrentino’s, an Italian restaurant frequented by Sinatra over the years, they are planning to place a plaque on the bar in front of the stool he usually used.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“So I can remember when newlyweds were in here one day and they got all excited when they saw him, he just went and gave them a hundred dollar bill and said, ‘Have a nice honeymoon.’ I think the myth of him being a scary guy was just a myth.”
SUPERCAPTION: Bill Sorrentino, Restaurateur

One large beneficiary of the Sinatra estate could be a cause near to Barbara’s heart.

The Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center in Rancho Mirage, which aids abused children, is reportedly in line to receive between 70 and 150 (m) million U-S dollars.

And not far away, Old Blue Eyes will be laid to rest in the family plot in this serene and simple cemetery.

The family says Sinatra will be escorted to his grave by a military honour guard because he received both the Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal.

A private vigil for Sinatra will be held on Tuesday night at a church in Beverly Hills.

Sinatra’s private funeral mass is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.

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Church leader’s reaction after Obama voices support for gay marriage



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(11 May 2012) New York – 10 May 2012
1. Tilt up exterior Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Simon Mariano, Catholic parishioner:
“I think he’s absolutely right about that. In this day and age it doesn’t make any sense not support it. If two people love each other let them get together. It shouldn’t be any problem. There’s other issues to deal with and more important than that. That’s how I feel about it.”
3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Theresa Gibbons, Catholic parishioner:
“Actually, the Catholic church is against abortion and I’m pro-choice so go-figure. You know the Catholic Church has to, maybe, update their views.”
4. Wide of tourists leaving St. Patrick’s Cathedral
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean Skelly, Obama supporter:
“I think it’s long overdue and I think that everybody has the right to love who they love.”
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Aviva Hirsch, Obama supporter:
“I think it’s important for our president to support all different choices and let people have the freedom to choose what’s right for them.”
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7. Wide shot of Corinthian Baptist Church
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10. Medium shot of Pastor of the Corinthian Baptist Church “KZ” Smith talking with man at piano
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“Whether the President supports it, or the Pope, or anyone else supports it, I will not support it, because based upon the word of God its not the right thing to do.”
12. Pastor at his desk
13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Pastor “KZ” Smith, Corinthian Baptist Church:
“This is not the litmus test for me as to whether I will support him or not. President Obama, I believe, is the best person for the job as President right now. Romney, if I had a choice between Obama and Romney, I would pick Obama everytime even though Romney has come out against same sex marriages, but Romney also has said that he is not really sensitive to the poor and so I would rather be with a President that is really looking at the poor and the middle class, versus a person who doesn’t really understand what poor people go through.”
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14. Wide shot of downtown buildings
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Linda Luth, Romney Supporter:
“I am against gay marriage, I think marriage should be between a man and a woman, I strongly disagree with President Obama on that, what he just came out and said yesterday. I think the American way is that a marriage should be between a man and a woman.”
17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terry Eyberg, Romney Supporter:
“To me it should be a non-issue, right now we need to focus on the economy and get the country back, people to work and stuff like that. To me it’s just a distraction, that is what it is.”
18. Romney supporter truck with posters and flags
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Religious leaders and lay-people alike continued to react on Friday to the US President’s newly announced support for gay marriage.
Some have been quick to criticise the move with New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan, who heads the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, declaring Obama’s remarks “undermine the institution of marriage, the very cornerstone of our society.”
However at least some Catholic church-goers in New York had a different opinion.
“If two people love each other let them get together. It shouldn’t be any problem. There’s other issues to deal with and more important than that,” Simon Mariano said outside Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Thursday.
In Ohio, a black pastor suggested the president’s comments were irrelevant.
However Pastor Smith denied that the issue would be a major factor in the upcoming presidential elections.

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16th St. Baptist Church Bombing – 1963 | Today In History | 15 Sept 17



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On September 15, 1963, four black girls were killed when a bomb went off during Sunday services at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. (Three Ku Klux Klansmen were eventually convicted for their roles in the blast.)

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