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Python Hunters Use Male Snakes to Find HUGE Female in Everglades

first_imgA new approach to tracking snakes is credited with a record-breaking catch in the Everglades.Big Cypress National Preserve announced, Friday, that it caught a female python that measured 17-feet and weighed 140 pounds and was pregnant with 73 babies.The female was euthanized and the eggs removed.This is the biggest female #python ever captured in the Everglades’ Big Cypress, researchers say @[Big Cypress National Preserve]— Miami Herald (@MiamiHerald) April 6, 2019 It’s the largest python ever removed from the preserve, and it was found by equipping male pythons with radio transmitters which led them to the female breeding grounds. Pythons are an invasive species introduced into the wild Everglades by pet owners.The snakes have no natural predators and pose a danger to native animals.last_img read more

Raiders, Royals open with wins; two more matches on tonight

first_imgRETRIEVE Raiders and Victory Valley Royals scored opening wins when the Linden Amateur Basketball Association/Youth Basketball Guyana Under-19 club championship began on Sunday at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) hard court.Tonight two more matches are scheduled for this tournament with the first game at 18:00hrs bringing together Kings and Raiders and the second at 20:00hrs featuring Victory Valley Royals and Amelia’s Ward Jets.In the opening game of the tournament Raiders scored a 46-32 win over the Jets after leading 26-18 at the break.Stephon Duncan netted 17 points to lead the charged for the Raiders as Kareem Roberts added 11 for the winners.Jennies Benjamin topped the scoring for the Jets with 13 points while Gaius George got 10.In game two of the double-header feature, Victory Valley Royals led by Kobe Tappin with a game-high 24 points overcame the challenge of Kings 46-31, after taking a 21-15 lead. Shemar Henry supported with eight points for the Royals win.Carmelo Man-Son-Hing was the best player for Kings with seven points while Tyrese Arthur had six in the losing cause.last_img read more

Brock shelled in every inning of OSU loss

first_imgAfter a 124-minute rain delay, Ohio State junior Nycole Koyano greeted UW pitcher Eden Brock with a line drive down the first base line for a leadoff double. She came around to score on a single by junior Megan Schwab two batters later, and unfortunately for Brock and the Badgers, the misfortunes did not stop until a Buckeye win was in the books, as Brock had trouble getting outs all afternoon, giving up hits in every inning except one and surrendering 10 runs, all earned, in seven innings pitched.While the second inning marked the only inning in which Brock did not give up a hit, in that inning, Brock surrendered two knocks that could have gone for extra bases if not for extraordinary defensive efforts by Wisconsin outfielders Sam Polito and Katie Hnatyk.To lead off the second, Ohio State senior Billie Jo Carder smacked a Brock offering on a line to right-center field. The hit had extra bases written all over it, but Polito charged to her left to snag Carder’s drive, register the putout and bail out Brock.The next Ohio State batter to get robbed of extra bases was the very next hitter, centerfielder Chelsea Baker, who hit a shot to right-center field that also went for a lineout as sophomore right fielder Katie Hnatyk got a great jump on the play, exploding to her right to nab what would have been a sure double for the Buckeyes.After escaping damage in the third inning, Brock faltered again in the fourth and fifth innings, giving up seven combined runs in the two frames that ensured an Ohio State victory.Brock then gave up two additional earned runs in the seventh inning to cap the scoring at 10 for Ohio State. In total, she gave up 14 hits Sunday, as well as 12 hits and a walk-off home run Saturday. Despite surrendering 26 hits and recording losses in two consecutive days, Brock said that she has gained confidence as of late. She claimed that she was unaware she had given up 20-something hits the past two days.Wisconsin was solidly behind pitcher Eden Brock after Sunday’s game.”Eden did great,” said UW head coach Chandelle Schulte. “They had two hard hits, 14 hits [in total]. … Most of them were bloop hits that we could have helped her out on, so I think she’s done a great job.”Defensive mistakes were surely committed by the Badgers against Ohio State, and statistics are often times misleading. However, though the blame cannot be squared on the shoulders of one player in a team sport, it was a rough day for Eden Brock in the pitching circle, as Ohio State’s two hits per inning — on average — might indicate.last_img read more

Time machine: Former Syracuse rival, Cornell star visits Hill in 1942 Halloween matchup

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Editor’s note: In 1942, before Syracuse hosted North Carolina Pre-Flight, The Daily Orange sent a reporter to the Hotel Syracuse to track down former Cornell running back Lou Buffalino. The photos and caption are from the original story, which ran under the headline “Where Angels Fear to Tread.”Ever try to keep a drooling hungry bear from his chow? Then you have a hazy mental picture of us blocking Lou Buffalino’s mad sweep around end to dining hall D last night in Hotel Syracuse. With four gold-braided sailors running interference, he would have made a first down if we hadn’t flung ourselves recklessly into his path.“Sir,” we panted, as Navy men piled up on the carpet, “Are you happy to return to Syracuse?”“Make mine steak,” shouted the frail 180-pound fullback to a passing waitress. We wondered if the energetic Mr. Buffalino, already bursting vitamins, would be primed by that steak for a neat massacre of Bill Orange.“Sleepy Jim” Crowley strolled by and thumped Lou on back in a friendly fashion—such a thump would have cut a lesser man in half—but Buffalino took it like a true Navy man. Watching his coach disappear into the dining hall, Lou shrugged his shoulders and settled down for a cozy chat.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBattering Buff admitted that a 40-hour train ride wasn’t the best training for a football gam, but he had confidence in the stamina of his team. And why shouldn’t he be smug with those All-American ends and a choice assortment of Fordham Unpronounceables “to stand beside him and guide him?”Sorry because all the Syracuse men he used to tangle with have graduated, the Swampscott gob was somewhat nervous about meeting the new Piety crowd miles away from Schoelkopf field. Buff recalled that Orangemen do not tender receptions for visiting firemen or ex-Cornellians.With only a few million sailor fans to root for him, Lou feels lost without the rah-rah spirit us coeds are full of. Training at Chapel Hill differs somewhat from collegiate standards, too— breakfast starts at 6:10 and the boys don’t remember whether it was kris pies or crunches they munched, for only the number of calories mean anything to the naval dynamos.For two week periods, sports training is crammed between 7:10 and 9:30 in the morning, while the varsity footballers are sent out for a two-hour swim before pigskin practice in the afternoon. Such a variety of activities keeps all muscles developing in equal proportions, Buffalino explains witha better smile. Our heart begins to bleed for this tired athlete.Reluctantly, Lou admitted that the few boys who play football come from such unheard of schools as Temple, Fordham, Cornell, Boston College, Colgate, Tennessee, Columbia, Dartmouth, Alabama, ’n Pebble Hill prep. Len Eshmont, fastest back seen in these parts, is the only player worth mentioning, Buffalino confided. Comments Published on October 31, 2014 at 12:32 amlast_img read more

Matt Boermeester suspended, under investigation for “code of conduct” issue

first_imgRedshirt junior kicker Matt Boermeester has been indefinitely suspended from the USC football team, as the University investigates him for a student code of conduct issue.“The University is investigating a code of conduct issue with Matt Boermeester,” a USC spokesperson said in a statement. “Student disciplinary records and proceedings regarding any matter of student conduct are confidential and protected by law.“While this student code of conduct issue is being investigated, the student will not be representing the University as a member of its athletic team.”It was first reported by the sports website Deadspin.Before beginning his football career at USC, Boermeester was a freshman placekicker at Saddleback Junior College in Mission Viejo, Calif. Boermeester kicked the game-winning field goal as time expired to win the Rose Bowl Game for USC in January.USC has dismissed three football players over the past year for student conduct issues: Osa Masina, Don Hill and Jabari Ruffin. Masina, a linebacker, was removed from the University following one charge of rape and two counts of forcible sodomy. Hill was removed from the program in connection to Masina’s case. Ruffin was suspended indefinitely for a student conduct issue in October, one month after he was suspended for half a game for stomping on an opponent’s groin.last_img read more

Q&A Lisa Leslie leaving her mark on college sports

first_imgThough the team’s success was somewhat unexpected, it adds to a long tradition of success for USC women’s basketball. From 1991-1994, the program made four consecutive trips to the NCAA tournament. Much of this success was driven by women’s basketball legend and pioneer Lisa Leslie, who was selected to four All-Pac-10 teams and set numerous conference records in her time at USC. Later, Leslie would go on to make eight WNBA all-star teams and be named MVP of the league three times. The Gardena, Calif. native also won four gold medals in four Olympic appearances. Today, Leslie is heavily involved in the Capital One Cup, annually awarded to best men’s and women’s collegiate athletics programs in the country. Daily Trojan Sports Editor Aubrey Kragen sat down with Leslie last weekend. DT: In general, what do you think it takes to be successful in the professional leagues?Leslie: Well, the first thing I would suggest for Cassie is to get a personal trainer because it’s a very physical league and that’s probably the biggest transition I would say that I remember coming from the WNBA when it began — how physical it was on my body. It’s very taxing, so you need to get in the weight room, make sure that you’re physically fit from a standpoint of stamina. Because she’s not gonna come in and be a starter, but if you’re talking about being the 10th or 11th player on a team, you have to be physically fit and ready to come in. I think she should start from there, and then you never know. You get into the try-outs, and you’ve got to give it your all. Like I said, I like her jump shot. I would say she has to focus more on rebounding, because rebounding offensively is really key and just focusing on a lot of the small things and figuring out what she can bring and add to a team. DT: Can you explain what the Capital One Cup is and your involvement with it?Leslie: I’m on the advisory board for the Capital One Cup and I enjoy following all the sports throughout the college sports season, but of course basketball is my favorite and every sport has bragging rights — every sport. And whether it’s soccer or basketball, the Capital One Cup really represents the ultimate bragging rights in college sports. I’m really pulling for USC. We’re ranked No. 14 right now on the women’s side, which is great. But we’ve got to win some more national championships, of course. I’m always biased when I’m talking about the Capital One Cup because I always have to throw in USC. Actually, our men are ranked No. 18, so we’re not doing terrible, but we could definitely move up in the rankings and earn more points. The winner can earn 60 points if you win a national championship for the school, so right now Penn State’s women are No. 1, and UCLA is actually No. 2, so I’m not too happy about that. And then on the men’s side, Florida State leads the way. The winner for the men’s and women’s athletic program wins the Capital One Cup trophy, which we will present at the ESPYs. And they also get a combined $400,000 in athlete scholarships at the end of the spring athletic season. The USC women’s basketball team’s season came to an abrupt end last Saturday, when St. John’s handed the No. 24 Women of Troy a first-round NCAA tournament loss. Still, the team exceeded expectations in its first year under head coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, a season that was highlighted by a remarkable upset of Stanford in the Pac-12 tournament.Giving back · Lisa Leslie was named to four All-Pac-10 teams during her time at USC. Leslie went on to be named MVP of the WNBA three times. – Courtesy of Capital Onecenter_img DT: Do you think senior forward Cassie Harberts has what it takes to succeed in the WNBA?Leslie: I’ve seen her improve every year, year in and year out. I really love the new move she’s added with that turnaround fadeaway jumper that she’s been able to make consistently, so I think Cassie has really improved every year. That’s what you want to see, especially in your senior year. It’s great that she’s been able to lead her team to the title, with Coach [Cooper-Dyke] as well. So I’m really excited about her possibilities at the next level. DT: Why is it important for women to participate in sports and for that to be rewarded?Leslie: Statistics show that girls who play sports are more likely not to do drugs, more likely not to get pregnant early, they’re more likely to go to college, they’re more likely to finish college. They’re more likely to excel in the business world. There are so many positive things surrounding what happens when you participate in sports and any extracurricular activities. I found that basketball, for me, has really helped me be the person that I am. I’m able to deal with just life situations, good or bad. Things that are tough, it’s been tough in a game before. Things get hard, we always say you learn more about people during hard times. In good times, it’s easy. So I’m a huge promoter of girls and women in sports just because you’re more likely to be able to succeed when you’re done with your basketball career.last_img read more

Sarkisian not good enough for USC

first_imgNo show · Athletic Director Pat Haden asked Steve Sarkisian to take a leave of absence for an undisclosed reason after the coach missed Sunday’s practice. Offensive coordinator Clay Helton will be the interim head coach for now. – Tal Volk | Daily TrojanIf the USC football program wants to win national championships, then Steve Sarkisian cannot be the head coach. I originally wrote this column before the news broke that Sark is taking a forced leave of absence, but the fact that he is further substantiates the fact that he should not be on the sidelines representing USC at any more games.It’s tough to call for someone’s job, especially a guy like Sark who seems to be well-liked and appreciated by his players and staff. There also seem to be elements at play that are much greater and more important than football. If Sark is dealing with issues, I hope he gets the help he needs and is able to get his life back on track.Unfortunately as callous as it is to say, dealing with off-the-field issues as a head coach is not conducive to success. Additionally, being nice and fun aren’t exactly the requisite traits one looks for in a potentially dynastic head, coach. This team, like last years, is undisciplined and unfocused, which is most likely a direct manifestation of the coaching staff’s lackadaisical approach to certain facets of the game.The way Sark coached the Washington game combined with his leave of absence serves as an affirmation of his inability to steward the Trojans’ program back toward relevancy and greatness.Many things in college football are complex. There are nuances and subtleties to amateurism, student athlete compensation and the widening schism between ground and pound football and aerial spread attacks. One of the few black-and-white issues that remains in college football is winning, and what it takes to have a stalwart program. There are no shades of gray when it comes to victories; a team needs a championship caliber coach. At this point, it is abundantly clear that Sark just doesn’t fit that model.The best coaches are widely revered CEO-type figures on the weekdays and shrewd tacticians on gameday. Sark is unfortunately neither. It’d be one thing if he embarrassed USC with his drunken antics, and then put together blowout victories on a weekly basis. Instead, outside of recruiting, the only time USC makes the news under Sark is from an upset loss or a scandal that has nothing to do with the             on-the-field product. That is simply unacceptable.The fact that the same players are committing the same penalties and making the same mistakes against Washington that that they made against Arkansas State is mind boggling and inexcusable. A top-flight coaching staff addresses and corrects these mistakes, or finds players who are intelligent and disciplined enough to not commit drive- and                game- killing penalties. Instead, Sark and co. have let these continue unabated, occasionally blowing up on the sideline at the most egregious of all fouls.The issue with penalties isn’t what ails the Trojans. It is just a symptom of the more pervasive problem with the program: the fact that the team lacks an elite leader. Again, these conclusions don’t just come from the Washington game, as woeful as that may have been. One could, and many have, fill up entire columns chronicling the ineptitude that took place at the Coliseum on Thursday night.It’s more than just those things. Not blitzing the life out of a true freshman QB starting on the road, forcing passes to the sidelines, refusing to just run the ball when it worked so well are all decisions that are emblematic of a coaching staff that shouldn’t be at the helm of any team with championship aspirations.Many Sark apologists will point to sanctions or his admittedly tremendous recruiting talents as reasons for him to stay. However, sanctions aren’t the reason Sark gets outcoached four or five times per year. As for recruiting, USC recruits USC. Lane Kiffin, Pete Carroll and even Paul Hackett, who brought in both Matt Leinart and Carson Palmer, attracted great talent. It doesn’t matter how many five-star recruits you get to commit if you can’t beat inferior talent because of poor coaching.My hope was that Sark’s recruiting prowess would compensate for his inadequacies as an actual head coach. Apparently, I was misguided in this hope. I expected the team to lose when they faced off against equally talented teams, due to a coaching disadvantage. What I didn’t foresee was USC also losing to teams that they should beat by four touchdowns. Every team has letdowns, but Saban and Meyer limit those to once or twice a year and still sometimes find a way to win. Sark’s teams have letdowns every other week it seems.One of the most striking comments from Sark on Thursday was that fans needed to get used to close games in the deep and talented Pac-12. I think I speak for most reasonable fans when I say that we would all be fine with close games, if we won them more than we lost. Outside of Stanford’s woeful performance and the Arizona kicker’s missed chip shot field goal last season, USC hasn’t won a close game against a quality opponent under Sark. It’s the height of insanity to basically tell fans to expect some losses, when Sark has the resources and talent he has at his disposal.USC needs a coach who wins these close games, but also who combines USC’s significant talent advantage with his own significant abilities to once again be a prominent national contender, not a preseason prediction that fell by the wayside.Not all of the blame lies with Sark however. Some of it lies with Athletic Director Pat Haden as well. While he has certainly cleaned up the Athletic Department and made strides in other sports, football and basketball have underperformed under his tenure. It’s great to win championships in water polo and have a high APR, but fans, and the boosters who fund a lot of these programs, care about only one percentage and that is how many wins vs. how many losses the Trojan football team has.Trojan fans expect excellence, and Sark isn’t excellent. It may only be a year and a half into his tenure, but at this point he is a sunk cost. A clean break from Sark is what the Trojan football program needs in order to be relevant again. They should be in the news for winning games and not for the possibility that the team is led by a coach battling substance abuse issues.There is nothing I want more than to be proven wrong about this. If Sark is able to get healthy and turn his life around, and then somehow lead the Trojans back into the upper echelon of college football programs, I will be the first to congratulate him and cheer him on. Most USC fans and supporters just want what is best for Sark as a human being and for the program; there is no other agenda.Unfortunately, that seems like a pipe dream at this point. Sark just does not seem to be the guy to transform the Trojans back into a championship contender, more likely, he is the guy who will keep them mired in mediocrity. With the leave of absence, it might take a while to find out, if ever, but hopefully this disastrous situation ends well for both Sark and the USC program. Sometimes relationships don’t work out, and I hope someone in charge can be mature and rational and end this ill-fated hire before the USC program is irreparably damaged.Jake Davidson is a junior majoring in accounting. His column, “Davidson’s Direction,” runs Mondays.last_img read more

Depay set for new Lyon deal with ex-Man U flop available on free next year

first_imgMEMPHIS DEPAY is reportedly in talks over a new Lyon contract with the Dutchman available on a free transfer next summer.The 25-year-old swapped the Premier League for Ligue 1 in 2017 after ending his nightmare two-season spell at Manchester United.1 Lyon have opened talks with club captain Memphis Depay over a new contractCredit: AFP or licensorsThe winger has since rejuvenated his career at Lyon, and was linked with a return to England at Spurs and Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton.However, Depay tore his cruciate knee ligament back in December to end any hopes of a winter transfer and cast doubt over appearing at Euro 2020.His current deal still runs through until summer 2021, but Lyon are keen to tie their captain down to a long-term deal, according to L’Equipe.Depay had been enjoying a productive season prior to his injury, having scored nine times in 12 league starts.The 51-cap Dutch international had been vocal about considering his options following the Euros, but it remains to be seen how his knee problem has affected those plans.MAKE YOUR DEBUT Bet £5 get £20 in free bets for new customers at LadbrokesDepay was a key target for Mauricio Pochettino when he was in charge of Spurs, but Jose Mourinho has since signed PSV wide man Steven Bergwijn.United, who flogged the 25-year-old for £17m after just 53 appearances, have a buy-back clause on the versatile forward.Though  Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is yet to show interest in Depay and has instead been eyeing a move for Jadon Sancho.Despite failing to live up to expectations during his time in the Prem, the forward has claimed that he flopped because he was too immature.He told The Mirror: “My mental state is different. I was 21 back then when I was with United and now I am 25 so obviously I am a more matured human being now, than when I was in Manchester.Most Read in FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by Celtic”Also there is a difference between the French game and the English game and the main difference is the speed of the ball.”In England it goes very fast, attack and defence and attack and defence again.”The French game you feel more the control and trying to find our moments and we are all more relaxed playing the ball to each other.”Memphis Depay dons bizarre £5,500 Louis Vuitton outfit with 3D removable pocket trouserslast_img read more

ActionAid Liberia, CHI Launch New Project

first_imgSome of the expected beneficiaries posed at the launch of the program.ActionAid Liberia with financial support from the European Union (EU)and in collaboration with its implementing partner Community Healthcare Initiative (CHI), has launched a three-year project entitled, “Enhanced Protection from Sexual Gender-based Violence (SGBV) for Women, Girls and Sexual Minorities in Liberia.”This new initiative is a comprehensive approach to addressing SGBV in the country through prevention and support at community levels. It enhances response from providers (legal, health, education, gender) to survivors.The project will contribute to a more gender sensitive society, benefiting 6,000 women, girls and sexual minorities in eight communities in Margibi, Gbarpolu, and Montserrado counties.The EU funded project seeks to improve protection from sexual violence and other forms of SGBV, including female genital mutilation in Liberia and assist survivors.The project will also facilitate the social, legal and economic empowerment of women, girls and sexual minorities to include community leaders, to take actions that would increase access to justice for survivors.It will use a range of strategies, including advocacy for implementation of laws protecting women, girls and other groups from SGBV; strengthening community and national mechanisms that would develop civil society representatives in rural communities.In 2018, the project is working with 440 women, girls and sexual minorities to lead on advocacy demand for protection from sexual violence and other forms of SGBV in the victims’ communities, while gaining economic independence.The project will enrich the knowledge of 120 traditional and religious leaders across the eight communities, to improve residents’ efficiency to justice by preventing and/or responding to SGBV cases at community levels.In the three counties, 150 SGBV duty bearers from the health, justice, gender, and education sectors and 10 Liberian media organizations (online, print and radio) will enhance their ability to perform and coordinate in a gender responsive way.Under the project, emphasis will be placed on promoting an inclusive multi-stakeholder cooperation and civil society dialogue that builds on existing platforms and informs collective actions, including national advocacy campaigns to influence the improvement of policies to help prevent SGBV.With this support from the EU, ActionAid and CHI will seek to ensure that demands from women, girls and sexual minorities engaged in sustained action beyond the project to support the rights of all women, girls and sexual minorities.The project will be implemented in Banjor, Caldwell and Low-Cost Village in Montserrado County; Kpan’s Town and Larkayta in Margibi County, Gbellekpalamu, Gbarqueta and Smith Town in Gbarpolu County.The program will work with the ministries of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Internal Affairs,Health, Education and Justice (specifically, sex crimes unit, human rights division, women and children protection section).Strategic stakeholders of the project are the Association of Female Lawyers in Liberia, the FGM Working Group and Liberia’s Initiative for the Promotion of Rights, Identity and Diversity, Women NGO Secretariat of Liberia and Liberian Women Media Action Committee.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Youth Group Want S/Court Full Bench Hear Nimba Land Case

first_imgAbraham B. Keitah (left) reads the statement on behalf of the group. Mandingoes hailing from Ganta, Nimba County under the banner “Ganta Progressive Mandingo Youth Association,” on Sunday, April 7, 2019, called on Cllr. Joseph Nagbe, Supreme Court Justice in Chambers to forward the current land case before him to the full bench for adjudication.Abraham B. Keitah, Chairman of the group, told a press conference in Monrovia of their strong believe that the recent eviction ordered by Judge Roland Dahn, a Resident Judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit Court for Nimba County in the case, “was a calculated plan to take our properties, while the matter is before the Supreme Court.”Keitah said their rights to appeal under Article 7 of the Supreme Court rules to take an appeal before the full beach has been denied by Justice Nagbe, which is a violation of their fundamental rights and must be restored.“This whole issue is just a clever attempt to deny justice and encourage misguided people to continue to infringe upon our rights, which is a recipe for chaos and ethnic conflict,” he said.Keitah used the opportunity to appeal to the government and other international organizations to join them and called on the Justice in Chambers to do the right thing by upholding the rule of law and prevent this sensitive land case from being chaotic.It may be recalled in July, 2015, the 8th Judicial Circuit Court for Nimba County, sitting in its May Term, presided over by Judge Emery S. Paye (now retired), rendered a Judgment against Ansumana Jabateh, Dutee Donzo, Kalifala Donzo and Morlie Kromah, on grounds that the they, allegedly refused to take delivery of the Writ of Summons and several notices of assignments the court issued to hear the case.The complaint, out of which the judgment was obtained, was filed by Fred Suah on behalf of the Intestate Estate of the late Paye Suah.Attorney Richard G. Davies filed the complaint for the Suah Estate, thus making Fred Suah the complainant in the case on behalf of said estate.Judge Paye after rendering the judgment against all of the defendants, issued a Writ of Possession in favor of Fred Suah, commanding the Sheriff of Nimba County to oust, evict and eject the defendants and put Fred Suah in possession of the property.The Sheriff did not proceed as ordered by the judge and the Defendants are not ousted and evicted. They remained on the land up until March 2018 when Fred Suah went back to court and prayed for enforcement of the 2015 ruling.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more