Amanda Knox Murder Conviction Overturned by Italy High Court

Amanda Knox sits before being interviewed on the set of ABC's "Good Morning America" in New York

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ROME (AP) — Italy’s highest court has overturned the murder conviction against Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend, bringing to a definitive end the high-profile case.

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The decision by the supreme Court of Cassation is the final ruling in the case, ending the long legal battle waged by Knox and co-defendant Raffaele Sollecito. Both Knox, who was awaiting the verdict in her hometown of Seattle, and Sollecito have long maintained their innocence.

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The supreme Court of Cassation overturned last year’s convictions by a Florence appeals court, and declined to order another trial. The decision means the judges, after thoroughly examining the case, concluded that a conviction could not be supported by the evidence. Their reasoning will be released within 90 days.

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Why Cigarette Usage Is At Record Lows And Dropping

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Smoking has declined dramatically in the U.S.

Cigarettes used to be everywhere in American society. Fifty years ago, 42.4 percent of U.S. adults smoked. Since then, that figure has declined by more than half, reaching a record low 17.8 percent in 2014. What’s more, the rate is still dropping.

How did we reach the point where clouds of smoke a la “Mad Men” look so anachronistic? Several factors combined to yield one of the most successful and perhaps under-appreciated public health victories of our lifetimes. In the article below they list five reasons for the dramatic decline of smoking in American life.
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Village Business Leaves In A Hurry

The Great Northern Pizza Shop on Main St. and Evans in the Village of Williamsville closed shop this past March 24, Tuesday morning without any warning.  The employees were unaware the shop was pulling out.

More on this business closing as soon as the facts are available.

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Just spoke with a Great Northern representative who shared that the business had been trying to negotiating a new rental agreement with the property owners but were unable to reach an understanding.  No word on whether they will open a new location in the Buffalo/Amherst area.

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt

 

The Easter Egg hunt is on — rain or shine — for this Sunday!Easter egg hunt

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Indiana Defines Stupidity as Religion


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INDIANAPOLIS (The Borowitz Report)—In a history-making decision, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana has signed into law a bill that officially recognizes stupidity as a religion.

Pence said that he hoped the law would protect millions of state residents “who, like me, have been practicing this religion passionately for years.”

The bill would grant politicians like Pence the right to observe their faith freely, even if their practice of stupidity costs the state billions of dollars.

While Pence’s action drew the praise of stupid people across America, former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer was not among them. “Even I wasn’t dumb enough to sign a bill like that,” she said.

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“Keep Westwood Green”

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Up to 35 Million Dollars of your money will pay for the cleanup and development of this industrial?! site.

…Except it’s not an industrial site,
it’s a golf course.

Stop developers’ abuse of government programs and keep Westwood Country Club Green.

Contact your state and town officials today!

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Rumor Has It- Pat Lucey Jr. Will Be Running Against Republican Kathy Kaminski

Rumor has it Pat Lucey Jr is running this year for Hwy Supt vs Kaminski…on the Republican line.

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Should Some Smart Munitions be Classified as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAVs?

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More drones ….cool….we can’t manage the ones we have now.

There was one covering the St. Patrick’s Day Parade – I know – I marched in it.  It was about 30′ off the ground, hovering right over the center line on Delaware Avenue, near North. Presumeably filming.

Now, I would be the last person to complain about filming a parade, whether the marchers in it, or the on-lookers watching.  Maybe a better view for people at home who could not make it.  However what would happen if that drone crashed and took out someone’s eye, or caused other serious injury?  Certainly possible given all the amateurs out there.  Do you think the malefactor would step forward and ask to be arrested for assault by drone, or give his name, address and insurance carrier so he could be sued for the injuries?  I think not. We’d have no idea who owned it. Or operated it. Or whether it was insured.

Suppose it was a television station drone.  Would all the area televisions be entitled to have one?  What about amateurs?  Should there be a limit as to how many?  Costs may have limited media helicopters, but not so drones.  They are cheap enough for everyone and anyone to have them.  Will there be any limits? Financial responsibility?  Suppose the drones are armed – will the Second Amendment be extended to cover the right of citizens in a drone militia to bear arms, errh..drones?

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Kraft, Heinz to Merge, Forming Food Giant

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H.J. Heinz Co. is buying Kraft Foods, creating one of the largest food and beverage companies in the world with annual revenue of about US$28 billion.

The Kraft Heinz Co. will own brands such as Kraft, Heinz, Oscar Mayer, Ore-Ida and other brands. Eight of those brands have annual sales of US$1 billion or more and five others log sales between US$500 million and US$1 billion every year.

The deal to bring together the two companies, each more than a century old, was engineered by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital. The two will invest another US$10 billion in the new company.

The deal still needs a nod from federal regulators as well as shareholders of Kraft Foods Group Inc., but the boards of both companies unanimously approved it. The planned closing is set for the second half of the year.

Annual cost savings estimated to be $1.5 billion are expected to be booked by the end of 2017.
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