Activist and lawyer Aires Rodrigues on May 26 filed a petition before the Bombay High Court at Goa seeking the transfer of the search for the absconding convicted former Minister Mickky Pacheco to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The petitioner gave the sequence of events leading to Mr. Pacheco’s conviction by the High Court and the Supreme Court on March 30.
The former Goa Minister and MLA, Mickky Pacheco, surrendered before a court in Margao on June 1 . He was absconding for nearly two months following his conviction in a case of assault on a government servant.
He was later formally arrested by Goa police and sent to Sada jail in Vasco in south Goa after medical check-up.Former minister and Nuvem MLA Francisco (Mickky) Pacheco was taken to the Goa Medical College and Hospital two times time since being imprisoned at Sada sub-jail .
Aires Rodrigues’ advocate made a complaint with the IG prisons alleging that Pacheco was taken to Goa Medical College (GMC) and Hospital, Bambolim, without his prison uniform after he complained of a health problem on Friday evening, the officer said they have sought a report from the jail superintendent at Sada sub-jail in the matter.
Adhinath Bhaje was the duty officer at Sada sub-jail when Pacheco was taken to hospital.
Advocate Aires Rodrigues’ in his face book states
The convicted and now jailed Goa former Minister Mickky Pacheco in violation of the Goa Prison Rules is being given VIP treatment at the Sada Jail where he has on June 1st commenced undergoing the six month jail sentence for having in 2006 assaulted Electricity department Junior Engineer Kapil Natekar.
Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar after helping their friend Mickky Pacheco abscond for two long months, are now covertly pressurizing Sada jail authorities to go all out to help Mickky Pacheco as he is an MLA supporting the current BJP Government.
The government is making a mockery of the judiciary by high-handedly giving Mickky Pacheco VIP treatment in jail. If Mickky Pacheco is not treated on par with other convicts it would be appropriate to move the High Court seeking that Mickky Pacheco be transferred to a jail in neighboring Karnataka or Maharashtra, so that he undergoes the jail sentence strictly in accordance with law without any political patronage. A detailed documented report of how the jail rules are being flagrantly breached to unlawfully benefit Mickky Pacheco would be submitted to the Court.
Mickky Pacheco has not been convicted for a petty crime but a very serious offence against the State of having as a Minister assaulted a public servant. His conviction was upheld by four Courts and the Supreme Court as well.
It is a matter of concern that watching this sordid Mickky Pacheco Saga the people of Goa will be losing their faith and trust in the justice delivery system if the rich and the politically well connected are allowed to be above the law. There cannot be two yardsticks for convicts. The law mandates that they all be treated alike.
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SEN. MARC PACHECO wishes to explain that the energy costs the Senate handed down Thursday night did not consist of a carbon tax.Under the state
‘s constitution, he said, the Senate is not permitted to present a so-called loan bill; legislation that raises or decreases taxes should come from your house. He said the Senate costs mandates the development of a “market-based compliance system,” which attempts to put a rate on carbon but not a tax.
“It’s not a tax,” the Taunton Democrat said.An example of a market-based compliance system is the Regional Greenhouse Gas Effort, which sets a cap on how much carbon power plants can give off by selling a limited variety of emission allowances. Profits from the cap-and-trade system are passed along to the member states. The system, as it ratchets down the number of allowances, gives power plants a financial reward to use less and less carbon or pay a growing number of for allowances.The Senate bill,
if approved by the Home, would mandate the creation of a similar system covering nonrenewable fuel sources utilized in transport and the industrial, commercial, and residential sectors.The Senate vote accompanied the release of a white paper by National Grid that also called for putting a cost on carbon in all fuels. The tone of the total report was that the Northeast(New England plus New york city)need to move quickly on a number of fronts if the region is going to have any opportunity of meeting its greenhouse gas emission objectives for 2030 and 2050. Marcy Reed, the Massachusetts president of National Grid, wrote an op-ed Sunday in which she called for a brief delay– a seventh-inning stretch, she called it– before carrying on to the next phase of the state’s energy policy. Reed’s focus was mostly on propositions mandating an increase in renewable resource release. The costs the Senate approved on Thursday required the percentage of renewable resource that should be acquired by retail electric suppliers to increase 3 percent each year rather than the present 1 percent.The post Pacheco: Putting price on carbon is not a tax appeared first on CommonWealth Magazine.
Gaby Pacheco Credit: TheDream.us This past weekend, Gaby Pacheco , Program Director at TheDream.us and a member of UnidosUS’s Board of Directors, had an op-ed published in The New york city Times about her experience with the DREAMer movement and how the Parkland trainees might gain from the movement.In the piece,
Pacheco states how she discovered she was undocumented, in addition to her experience marching the 1,500 miles from Miami to Washington, DC to eliminate for DREAMer youth and their families.Proud of UnidosUS board member @GabyPacheco1 for her @nytopinion piece where she shares her journey w/ brand-new generation of youth activists. She has actually strolled in their shoes and stays committed #DreamActNow #MarchForOurLives #NeverAgainhttps:// t.co/ Yeopydeg3J– Janet Murguía(@JMurguia_Unidos)March 19, 2018 She likewise uses knowledge to the Parkland trainee activists that include ensuring that the motion includes traditionally marginalized voices, guards versus political leaders who would seek to co-opt the motion and will not do anything to develop change, and to guarantee that there is a succession plan in location to guarantee that the motion continues to grow and is able to create enduring change.Young people– like Gaby– have the possible to produce a lot change in our country, and we anticipate seeing the Parkland trainees continue to raise their voices and need lasting change.This weekend, we will likewise sign up with thousands of trainee activists in the March for Our Lives. To read more about the March, go here.But prior to that we will bring together aiming activists and community leaders for
2 days of advocacy training at the UnidosUS Leaders in Action Top in Washington, DC.MORE ON THIS TOPIC
Cutman Rafael Garcia on the red carpet prior to being inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Popularity at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto
Cutman Rafael Garcia shows up before being inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto< img alt ="Rafael Garcia throughout a news conference where he was recognized during he 2017 Nevada Boxing
Hall of Popularity announcements on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, in Las Vegas.(Christian K. Lee/Las Vegas Review …”src = https://www.reviewjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/9687998_web1_box-nvhof-feb16-17_021517cl_010.jpg > Rafael Garcia throughout a news conference where he was recognized during he 2017 Nevada Boxing Hall of Popularity announcements on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, in Las Vegas.(Christian K. Lee/Las Vegas Review-Journal )@chrisklee_jpeg< img alt="Cutman Rafael Garcia on the red carpet prior to being inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @ ..."src = https://www.reviewjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/9687998_web1_copy_box-nvbhof_081217cs_019.jpg > Cutman Rafael Garcia on the red carpet prior to being inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Popularity at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto Ferdie Pacheco stands in
front of his painting of fighter Chuck Wepner at Manhattan’s Spectrum Fine Art Gallery in New York City on May 10, 1984. Pacheco, the previous ringside doctor of Muhammed Ali painted Wepner as he remembered him after his not successful difficulty for Ali’s heavyweight champion in 1975.(AP Photo/Lance Jeffrey)
Rafael Garcia got up from his chair and began to look around the room.The legendary cornerman who rose to fame as Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s cutman feared of the company he had joined.To his right was Michael Carbajal, a previous junior flyweight titlist and five-time champion. To Garcia’s back was Leon Spinks, a previous heavyweight champion who once beat Muhammad Ali.Garcia, Carbajal and Spinks were announced as members of the 2017 Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame class in February. “Por fin(lastly),”Garcia said in Spanish after the announcement event.”I’ve remained in boxing for over 50 years, and it’s feels excellent to be acknowledged with so numerous fantastic individuals here.”Garcia confessed he felt slighted for not making the Hall of Fame in years past. Any bitter feelings he had actually left instantly went away when he got the call from his godson, Jessie Vargas, that he was a Nevada Boxing Hall of Famer.The Las Vegas homeowner of 45 years was filled with delight to be recognized with the finest of the best in the battle capital of the world. Walking the stage at the NVBHOF ceremony in August was one of Garcia’s last achievements on a long list of achievements.Garcia passed away Nov. 14 from complications of leukemia. He was 88. The boxing lifer, who was easily acknowledged since
of his pin-adorned cap, helped numerous boxing greats as a cutman
, trainer and hand wrapper.The boxing world lost a 2nd fantastic cornerman last week. Ferdie Pacheco, the former cornerman and physician for Ali, died Nov. 16 at age 89.
Pacheco worked in Ali’s corner from 1962 to 1977 and ended up being called “The Battle Doctor.”He worked with Ali during several title defenses.Pacheco felt regret for not convincing Ali
to stop battling sooner. He pleaded with Ali to quit boxing after the “Thrilla in Manila” versus Joe Frazier in 1975. Ali didn’t retire until 10 battles later in 1981. Ali died in 2016 after decades of fighting Parkinson’s disease.The medical professional from Tampa, Florida, likewise worked as a boxing expert, winning 2 Emmy Awards over tenures with networks consisting of Showtime, NBC and Univision.Garcia likewise dealt with boxing champions Roberto Duran and Alexis Arguello.
But he’s finest kept in mind for his work as Mayweather’s hand wrapper.Mayweather, who typically had issues with his brittle hands, constantly raved about Garcia’s ability to cover his hands.
Mayweather when said he would not let anyone else touch his hands.In his last years, Garcia dealt with Vargas, a Las Vegas native and previous welterweight champ.
“Rafael Garcia is my godfather, I’m really near him,”Vargas said in November 2016 when he was training to eliminate Manny Pacquiao.”He’s family to me, and I’m blessed to have him on my team and blessed to have him by my side.”Contact Gilbert Manzano at email@example.com.
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The presidential prospects are taking a different technique to the April 6 run-off election, seeking to create political alliances prior to taking the campaign back to the citizens.
Today the PAC prospect, Luis Guillermo Solís, is anticipated to have a private conference with previous president, Abel Pacheco of the Partido Unidad Social Cristiana (PUSC). The former has openly revealed his assistance for the PAC prospect.
The meeting will occur at the Pacheco house in Rohrmoser, a casual setting given that the 2 males understand each other. Pacheco said openly on Friday that he would probably vote for Solís on April 6.
On Friday, Solís satisfied with the secretary of the Episcopal Conference, Ángel San Casimiro.
The highest agent of the Catholic Church in Costa Rica, stated “there is no requirement to make trouble where there is none”, concerning Solís’ position on abortion, in vitro fertilization (IVF) and gay marital relationships. San Casimiro stated that the position of the candidate are “not our of this world”, however sait that ideally all will identity with the fundamental right to life.
Following the meeting that lasted a little over an hour, Solis told
journalism that he will respect the present law on abortion, if chosen president on April 6. On the topic of IVF, the candidate stated it is necessary to comply with the order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights that bought Costa Rica to legalize IVF. On gay marital relationship, the prospect stated he was in favour of coexistence of societies and repeat to promote marriage equality.
One subject both Solís and the Church remain in full contract is the need to combat to remove severe poverty in the nation.
San Casimiro and the other Bishops of the Episcopal Conference fulfilled on Tuesday with Partido Liberación Nacional (PLN) candidate, Johnny Araya.