On the other hand, V’s lawyer, Asri Vidya Dewi ,said her side would appeal. “The judges ignored many facts during the trial, such as the fact that V had reported the case to the Garut Police prior to her arrest. She was also a minor when the videos were made,” Asri said as quoted by tribunnews.com.She added that filing an appeal was important because it would set a legal precedent for women involved in trafficking cases.V was arrested in August last year alongside her husband, 31-year-old A, after videos showing her engaging in sexual intercourse with three men went viral on social media. The woman accused A of forcing her to engage in sexual acts with other men for money.Read also: West Java teen falls victim to ‘sextortion’ by online ex-boyfriendHer husband died one month later, before his trial was due to start. V and her lawyers asserted the claim that she was a victim because she had been forced by her husband to make the sex videos. However, prosecutors dismissed the claim. “The real victim here are the people. Why did they only claim to be victims now that the videos have gone viral?” Garut Prosecutor’s Office official Dapot Dariarma said on March 12 as quoted by kompas.com. (nal)Topics : Judges at the Garut District Court in West Java have found a 20-year-old woman guilty of creating and starring in several pornographic videos, sentencing her to three years in prison.“[We hereby] punish the defendant to three years’ imprisonment and Rp 1 billion [US$69,818] in fines,” presiding judge Hasanudin read from the verdict on Thursday as quoted by Antara.The bench argued that the woman, identified as V, was guilty of violating Article 8 of the 2008 Pornograhy Law for appearing in pornographic content. Apart from the women, the court also sentenced two men that appear in a video, identified as AD and W, to two years’ and nine months’ imprisonment.The sentence was lighter than the five years’ imprisonment demanded by prosecutors. Meanwhile, prosecutors had demanded that the court sentence both men to four years in prison.“We respect the court’s sentence and are still considering whether we will appeal it,” prosecutor Sugeng Hariadi said.Read also: ‘Pesantren’ head reported to police for allegedly marrying 7-year-old girl
Gina Rinehart is renting out this property at Sutton Street, Chelmer. Picture: realestate.com.auThe home at 61 Sutton Street, Chelmer, is listed with a reduced $1500 a week asking rental. That’s a bargain considering it was last rented for $2000 a week in 2012.Property records show Rinehart’s Wingfield Avenue Pty Ltd bought the home for $3.175 million in 2010.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago Historic home built as a wedding gift 90 years ago hits the market From liveable to double the luxury Cheapest house in one of Brisbane’s best suburbs Gina Rinehart is renting out this home at Sutton Street, Chelmer. Picture: realestate.com.auRinehart also owns a Hawthorne mansion that set a Brisbane house price record in 2014 when she bought it for $14 million. That record was eclipsed earlier this year by an $18.48 million sale. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Mining magnate Gina Rinehart is renting out one of her riverside Brisbane properties.FANCY living a life of luxury in the home owned by Australia’s richest woman?Gina Rinehart is renting out her redundant Brisbane riverfront property for $1500 a week, while the home remains on the market. Gina Rinehart is renting out this property at Sutton Street, Chelmer. Picture: realestate.com.auShe listed the property for sale late last year through Place Graceville agent Peter May and Brad Robson and it’s for lease through the same agency.The luxury two level, four bedroom home on a 1315 sqm block features open plan living and dining areas banked by walls of glass which connect with the poolside terrace and provide stunning river views.
The 24-year-old Kimberly Kay Junioreported Bunda to the police on Dec. 2, it added. Bunda allegedly took the store’s earningsworth P5,055 while threatening Junio with a knife, police said. Tagged suspect was 31-year-old MarkLeo Bunda of Barangay Alijis, a police report showed. Bacolod City – Police arrested a man in a robbery incident at astore in Barangay 35. The suspect tried to flee but failedwhen bystanders in the area caught him, the police added. Bunda was detained in the custodialfacility of Police Station 1./PN
Connacht produced a 10-minute flourish to see off Edinburgh 32-24 in a RaboDirect PRO12 encounter that that featured only rare flashes of flowing rugby and was dominated by the boot. The defeat was Edinburgh’s first under the three-match tenure of interim coaches Stevie Scott and Duncan Hodge. Greig Laidlaw banged over eight penalties for the hosts, while his one-time international colleague Dan Parks contributed four penalties and a drop goal, as well as the conversions of tries by Mick Kearney and Robbie Henshaw, and Gavin Duffy weighed in with one penalty. Press Association
London: This weekend may see the final of the Carabao Cup between Manchester City and Chelsea, but for most football fans, there is only one big game in England this weekend and that is what promises to be a no-holds barred showdown between Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford.The Manchester United-Liverpool rivalry is the most bitter in all England and United fans know they have the chance to hand a serious blow to Liverpool’s ambitions of lifting the English Premier League title for the first time in 30 years.Liverpool make a trip from Anfield to Old Trafford level on points with Manchester City, but with a game in hand over their nearest rivals, who this weekend swap the Ethiad Stadium for Wembley.A win would see Liverpool go three points clear at the top, but defeat would make Manchester City clear favorites to lift the title for the second consecutive season (perhaps the only thing that would take the shine off a win for United fans).United have not lost a domestic game under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has guided them to 10 wins and a draw. Last Monday’s 2-0 win away to Chelsea in the FA Cup showed their new-found resilience under the Norwegian, who could see the return of injured duo of Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard.After their 0-0 draw at home to Bayern Munich on Wednesday, this is a massive test for Liverpool. With midweek fixtures in the coming week, this ‘weekend’ kicks off on Friday with Cardiff City, who have battled out of the bottom three, facing a tough game at home to Watford, while West Ham will fancy their chances at home to a Fulham team that increasingly looks destined to a rapid return to the Championship.Burnley’s recent form has lifted them three points clear of the relegation zone, but this Saturday they entertain Tottenham, who remain very much in the title race and who could welcome Harry Kane back from injury.Kane’s return following the ankle injury he suffered on January 13 will be welcome news for Spurs fans and coach Mauricio Pochettino, but it should not escape anyone’s notice that Tottenham have won every league game since then without the help of the England striker.Bournemouth and Wolves face each other in what promises to be an open game between two sides that like to play entertaining football, while there will be nerves at St James’ Park, where Newcastle United have to see the visit of rock bottom Huddersfield as the chance for three vital points.Huddersfield have managed just one draw from their last 13 matches and have not won since November 25 and so this is a chance that Newcastle, just one point above the drop zone, simply cannot afford to miss.Leicester City take on Crystal Palace, while Arsenal could move into the top three with a home win against struggling Southampton on Sunday, but that clashes with another game, which kicks off at the same time and that game is at Old Trafford. IANSAlso Read: Sports News
View Roundup in a larger mapThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Monday, April 22, and Wednesday, April 23. Crimes against a personat 2:44 p.m. on April 23, two students reported that another student had been making inappropriate contact with them at the Gwynn Wilson Student Union.Crimes against propertyat 4:47 p.m. on April 23, a non-USC male reported that his skateboard was run over by a university vehicle near the intersection of 36th Place and Vermont Avenue.Miscellaneous incidentsat 6:26 p.m. on April 23, a student at 1226 Adams Blvd. was transported to California Hospital for medical treatment after she burned herself by spilling hot water on her stomach.at 1:17 p.m. on April 22, two staff members at Parkside Residential College reported that they confronted a suspect who they observed prowling. The suspect then left the building and could not be found by DPS.at 11:06 a.m. on April 22, a staff member reported that unidentified subjects had been using the weight room of the Galen Center after hours without permission._CORRECTION“University station receives $1 million” (April 24) incorrectly stated that the KDFC and KUSC radio stations are the largest and most listened to stations. The article should have said that KDFC and KUSC are two of the largest and most listened to stations.The Daily Trojan regrets the error.
The Milwaukee Bucks will face the Boston Celtics in the first of a best-of-seven-games series this Sunday afternoon in Boston.More often than not, the NBA’s No. 2 seed versus No. 7 seed matchup is little more than a tune-up series for the top-seeded squad, yet this tilt may have the makings of an upset.Though seeded second in the Eastern Conference behind the Toronto Raptors and boasting one of the top defenses in the NBA, the Celtics were dealt a major blow last week when it was announced their star point guard and team leader Kyrie Irving would not be available for the playoffs because of a knee injury he sustained last month.Now without Irving, the Celtics will rely on 31-year-old big man Al Horford to bring a sense of calm and veteran leadership to an otherwise young, inexperienced lineup.Football: Badgers take rain check on spring game, will hold indoor practice insteadDue to bad weather and safety hazards, the University of Wisconsin’s spring football game scheduled for Friday, April 13 has Read…Rookie Jayson Tatum, second-year man Jaylen Brown and Irving’s back-up Terry Rozier, will need to step up for the Celtics in order to avoid an upset.For the Bucks, it really all comes down to Giannis Antetokounmpo. He leads the team in points (26.9) and rebounds (10.0) per game and also is a close second in assists, coming in at 4.8 per game.Though promising scoring nights have not been rare from other members of the Bucks, like Khris Middleton or Malcolm Brogdon, the Joe Prunty-led offense flows through the “Greek Freak.”The Bucks will face a bit of a coaching disparity, as Prunty is a long-time assistant coach who has yet to prove himself as the top dog. For the Celtics, they have the luxury of their man Brad Stevens calling the shots. Stevens is widely respected around the league and in some circles, is taking over for Gregg Popovich as the best coach in the league.Freshman Bryson Williams, senior transfer Paul Jackson talk new beginningsThe Wisconsin football program is fierce. Beginning practice with a series of drills and warm-ups, the boys showed a drive Read…The regular season series between these two teams is tied at two games each.The time looks to be perfect for Antetokounmpo to use this opportunity as a statement to the league — that he is among the top tier of players in the NBA.
The Foxes maintained a three-point lead at the top after nearest challengers Tottenham went down 1-nil away to West Ham. Arsenal’s title hopes suffered another hammer blow, as they threw away a 1-nil lead in a 2-1 defeat at home to Swansea. Both Manchester clubs are level on 47-points in the race for Champions League football. City stay fourth despite going down 3-nil away to Liverpool. While Juan Mata’s late free kick was enough to give United a 1-nil victory over Watford at Old Trafford. Tonight, Hull will look to return to the top of the Championship. Steve Bruce’s side travel to a Birmingham side who themselves are looking to keep alive their playoff hopes. Kick off at St. Andrew’s is at 7.45.
They face Limerick in the final, who they comprehensively defeated in the provincial decider in July.Premier County coach Mikey Beevans is expecting a closer game this time round.Throw-in for that match on Sunday is at 1.15 and Tipp FM will have full live commentary, with build-up starting just after 1 o’clock. Coverage will be brought to you in association with Gleeson Steel and Engineering.
Cameroon’s forward Roger Milla celebrates after scoring a goal against Russia 28 June 1994 at Stanford stadium in San Francisco during their Soccer World Cup match. At age 42, Roger Milla became the oldest player ever to score a goal in World Cup history, but could not help his team as Russia won 6-1 with forward Oleg Salenko, scoring a record 5 goals. AFP PHOTO/ANTONIO SCORZA (Photo credit should read ANTONIO SCORZA/AFP/Getty Images) African football legend Roger Milla believes Cameroon’s players “have what it takes” to retain their Africa Cup of Nations crown in Egypt.Milla starred for Cameroon in 1984 when the Indomitable Lions sealed their maiden continental title before guiding the central Africans to their second triumph in 1988, as he won the tournament’s best player prize.The 67-year-old is upbeat about Cameroon’s chances in Egypt but insists Cameroon’s Head Coach Clarence Seedorf must be meticulous in his selections. “Cameroon are the defending African champions. They have what it takes to retain the trophy. The team needs to work hard and get good results”, Milla told BBC Sport ahead of the African showpiece event which kicks off on 21 June.“Seedorf has great experience as a former player. At his prime, he was amongst the best in the world. He has played many top competitions and he knows what it takes to win big tournaments.“He must make the right choices. He has to set up a team that will suit the attributes of his players. Cameroon must defend properly but also have a good attack line that can make the difference when things get tough.”The Indomitable Lions are currently training at the prestigious facilities of Spanish heavyweights Real Madrid in Valdebebas and played two friendlies against Zambia on 9 June and another against Spanish side AD Alcorcon today.The squad will then jet off to Doha, Qatar for a second training camp from 11-16 June with a game against Mali on 14 June.Some of Seedorf’s recent selections have been heavily scrutinised by local press in Cameroon.The Dutch tactician has been criticised for keeping faith in players who had little or no game time this season with their respective clubs.Despite the backlash, Milla has thrown his support behind the team, calling on fans to be tolerant with Seedorf and his technical staff.“In 2017, about ten players turned down call-ups to the national team and Cameroon travelled to Gabon with a core of inexperienced and not very popular players. Yet we ended up winning the competition.“No-one believed we could even go past the group stages but the boys won the Cup. Fans have to be patient. Let’s wait and see what they can do in Egypt.“The group stage shouldn’t be challenging for the Lions. Ghana, Benin and Guinea-Bissau are teams we’ve beaten in the past – be it during the Nations Cup or in qualifiers.“We shouldn’t be afraid of anyone. It’s up to Seedorf and Kluivert to build a good team for the various games. So far, Seedorf has done a good job with qualifying the team but now is the most crucial part and he needs to live up to expectations.“The ideal scenario will be for Cameroon to win their sixth trophy in Egypt and clinch a seventh in 2021 when the country stages the Africa Cup of Nations. This will be tough – but it’s possible.”One of Africa’s most successful players, Milla made his debut for Cameroon in 1973 in a World Cup qualifier against Zaire, present-day Democratic Republic of Congo, going on to score 37 goals in 63 appearances.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram