Sunday, March 1, 2015

Teacher Sexually Assaults 6 Underage STudents

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A New Jersey language arts high school teacher has been indicted on charges of sexually assaulting six male students, reports NJ.com. 

Nicole DuFault, 35, of the town of Caldwell, is charged with 40 counts of aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, according to a press release from the prosecutor's office, the outlet reports. 

The boys were between 14 and 15 years old at the time of the incidents, said PIX11. 

DuFault, who worked at the high school for nine years, was originally arrested and charged on Sept. 17, 2014, and released from custody in October after posting $500,000 bail. 

There reportedly exists a video of DuFault performing oral sex on one of the victims, while another victim was present, NJ.com reports. 

When her apartment was searched, authorities found a piece of clothing that she was seen wearing in that video. 

Following a Sept. 26 hearing, her attorney, Timothy Smith, told NJ.com that "sometimes a video ... doesn't tell the entire story." 

He also suggested that DuFault herself could be the victim. 

"If the video depicts certain things happening ... that doesn't mean my client's not innocent," said Smith. "For example, she could be the victim." 

DuFault is a mother of two boys, ages 2 and 4, who are now in state custody, reports CBS. 

She is scheduled to appear in court on March 6. A call by PEOPLE to DuFault's attorney for comment was not immediately returned.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

NASA and Obama Loved Mr.Spock

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Mr.Spock


Performing artist Leonard Nimoy, who depicted the notable intelligent Vulcan Spock on the TV's "Star Trek" and in gimmick movies, has kicked the bucket. He was 83. 

Nimoy's profession traversed TV, peculiarity movies, workmanship and photography, however he was maybe best known for playing Spock, the consistent Vulcan on the starship the USS Enterprise, in "Star Trek." Nimoy passed on from inconveniences because of "end-stage unending obstructive pneumonic malady," as indicated by the New York Times, which initially reported the on-screen character's passing Friday morning (Feb. 27). 

"A life is similar to an enclosure. Immaculate minutes can be had, however not safeguarded, aside from in memory. LLAP [Live long and prosper]," Nimoy wrote in a late post on Twitter on Feb. 23. The performer would sign his tweets "LLAP," reverberating Spock's acclaimed words on "Star Trek."

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