BV teen was alive when face bashed – post mortem

first_img…suspects still being interrogatedAs the five men held on suspicion of murdering 18-year-old Qualfon receptionist Raynelle Benfield remain in Police custody, the Post-Mortem Examination (PME) has confirmed that she was alive when she was bashed in the face.Government Pathologist, Dr Nehaul Singh conducted the autopsy on Monday and determined Benfield’s cause of death as crushed injuries to the face by a bluntMurdered receptionist Raynelle Benfieldobject. The PME also determined that the young woman was not raped at the time of her demise and that the burn marks were as a result of burns from the sun.Benfield was last seen by colleagues early Saturday evening and was found partly unclothed in a Muslim cemetery near her Beterverwagting, East Coast Demerara home just after 07:00h on Monday. As the Police continue to figure out the timeline surrounding the teen’s final hours, the suspects are allegedly reluctant to disclose what they may know about the ghastly crime. It was observed that Police in C Division (East Coast Demerara) were yet to make a breakthrough on the teen’s murder.The teen’s relatives were on Monday questioned by investigators about her social life and acquaintances which prompted ranks to visit the homes of several young men in the area. These young men were arrested and one of them was Benfield’s boyfriend, a suspected gang member who had reportedly dated a female relative of Benfield in the recent past.When the teen’s body was discovered, her hands were resting on her chest while the pair of jeans she was wearing was pulled to her knees. Guyana Times reported that the teen left home on Saturday morning for work and after she did not return home that evening, her relatives were under the impression that she was working overtime. Her colleagues also stated that they last saw her around 18:00h on Saturday.last_img read more

Holders Sharks to face KCB in FKF Shield semi

first_img0Shares0000Kariobangi Sharks keeper Gad Mathews celebrates with his trainer after saving two penalties against Bungoma Superstars to see Sharks go through to the FKF Shield semis on April 21, 2019. PHOTO/Kariobangi SharksNAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 21 – Defending champions Kariobangi Sharks survived a scare from third tier side Bungoma Super Stars to win 4-2 on post-match penalties and progress to the semi-final of the Football Kenya Federation Shield.Sharks, who make it to a fourth consecutive final, will now face KCB in the last eight with the bankers having earlier on dismissed National Super League side Bidco United 4-1. Meanwhile, Bandari will face off with fellowCoastal region side SS Assad in the other semi after both also won their respective quarter final duels on Saturday.Bungoma had put up a giant killing spree knocking out former champions Sofapaka and AFC Leopards on their way to the quarter final and were on the way for another memorable victory before Eric Kapaito spared Sharks the blushes with a late equalizer.Iddi Wasike had given Bungoma a 78th minute lead before Kapaito, the reigning KPL player of the year stepped up tp restore parity at the stroke of 90 minutes.On penalties, keeper Gad Mathews saved twice to see his side remain on course for a second piece of silverware this season.In the early kick off, a goal apiece by Michael Kibwage, Bolton Omwenga, Victor Omondi, and Kennedy Owino saw KCB stroll to a 4-1 win. Dinken Mwema scored Bidco United’s consolation.The SportPesa Shield defending champions then went on to win it 4-2 in post-match penalties.The semi-finals will be played on May 12 with the final scheduled for June 1.Quarterfinal ResultsSS Assad 2-1 Congo Boys (Mbaraki Sports Ground)Bandari 4-1 Western Stima (Mbaraki Sports Club)Sunday, April 21, 2019KCB 4-1 Bidco United (Machakos Stadium)Kariobangi Sharks 1(4)-1(2) Bungoma Superstars (Machakos Stadium)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

The patient Fed explained end asset runoff this year and wait and

first_img Recommended For YouWashington, D.C. prosecutor subpoenas NRA in probe into nonprofit statusU.S. to hold hearing on French tax investigation Aug. 19U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude oil production cut by 59% by storm -U.S. governmentGold holds firm above $1,400 as markets look past robust U.S. dataArabica coffee eases, August white sugar hits 11-month low Join the conversation → Email Facebook February 20, 20192:15 PM ESTLast UpdatedFebruary 20, 20192:50 PM EST Filed under News Economy The ‘patient’ Fed explained: end asset runoff this year and wait and see on rates Minutes shed some light on the biggest policy reversal in years Chairman Jerome Powell underscored the message in his Jan. 30 press conference by saying the Fed would be patient in deciding when and how to adjust policy in the face of a mounting set of risks, including slowing growth in China and Europe, Brexit, trade negotiations and the effects of the five-week U.S. government shutdown.Associated Press Twitter Christopher Condon and Craig Torres Share this storyThe ‘patient’ Fed explained: end asset runoff this year and wait and see on rates Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Featured Stories Comment Reddit 0 Comments advertisement Sponsored By: What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Bloomberg News More Minutes of the Federal Reserve’s January meeting showed widespread agreement on ending the runoff of the central bank’s balance sheet this year while officials expressed uncertainty over whether they would raise interest rates again in 2019.“Almost all participants thought that it would be desirable to announce before too long a plan to stop reducing the Federal Reserve’s asset holdings later this year,” according to the record of the Federal Open Market Committee’s Jan. 29-30 gathering released Wednesday in Washington.“Such an announcement would provide more certainty about the process for completing the normalization of the size of the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet,” the minutes said, referring to the rolloff of assets from the US$4 trillion balance sheet that began in late 2017. Fed minutes out in less than an hour could shed light on the biggest policy reversal in years Shedding additional light on the central bank’s pivot away from projecting gradual interest-rate hikes, the minutes said that “many participants suggested that it was not yet clear what adjustments to the target range for the federal funds rate may be appropriate later this year.”While several said rate hikes might be necessary “only if inflation outcomes were higher than in their baseline outlook,” several others said that if the economy evolved as expected, higher rates would be appropriate later this year, according to the minutes.The minutes elaborated on the dovish message delivered three weeks ago when the FOMC said it will be “patient,” signalling it had put interest-rate hikes on hold and was prepared to be more flexible on shrinking the balance sheet.Chairman Jerome Powell underscored the message in his Jan. 30 press conference by saying the Fed would be patient in deciding when and how to adjust policy in the face of a mounting set of risks, including slowing growth in China and Europe, Brexit, trade negotiations and the effects of the five-week U.S. government shutdown. The FOMC unanimously decided to leave the benchmark interest rate unchanged in a range of 2.25 per cent to 2.5 per cent.With assistance from Jeanna Smialek and Alexandra ← Previous Next →last_img read more