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Daily Archives: October 25, 2015

New York Police divers find gun that may have been used to kill Guyana-born cop in Harlem

Reproduced from DNAInfoby Katie Honan EAST HARLEM — NYPD divers recovered a firearm from the East River early Sunday that may have been used to fatally shoot Police Officer Randolph Holder last week, officials said. Scuba divers from the NYPD’s Harbor Unit searched in the dark of the river on their stomachs, finding the Glock .40 at 3 a.m. Sunday, according to Manhattan Chief ...

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Vigil for Slain Officer in Little Guyana Emphasizes Unity

Reproduced from New York Timesby Liz Robbins After the candles started dripping and a police commander wiped his tears, Randolph Holder Sr. walked from the clutch of his extended family and addressed those standing in the back of the vigil held for his son, a police officer killed in the line of duty. “Ladies and gentlemen, I just wanted to ...

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Ladies, check your breasts for cancer.. Raynauth Jeffrey wins Digicel’s Cancer Awareness Cycle Race

Check your breasts! That was the message Sunday from the Cancer Institute of Guyana moments before receiving a GUY$500,000 donation from Digicel (Guyana) at the conclusion of the annual Cancer Awareness Road Race. “As you know breast cancer is on the increase. So many of our women are dying today of breast cancer so I urge you today to encourage ...

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Pilot to return to Guyana for medical mission

Reproduced from www.standardspeaker.com by Jill Whalen When local pilot Bob Delese learned that it can take up to 14 days to reach the nearest medical facility in Guyana, he knew he had to help. Delese, of Freeland, traveled to the South American country earlier this year to fly a medical transport plane for the nonprofit Remote Area Medical (RAM). By air, ...

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