Recently appointed chairman Mike Martin recognised the fractured relationship between club and support on the day he was unveiled last month.He begged for fans to give him the chance to show what he can do and only then judge him on the results they won’t see until next season at the earliest.Yet there remains suspicion of a chairman who was found guilty by association with the previous regime. The fact the city banker has also taken ownership of the adjacent Gussie Park training facility as security for his investment in the club has alarmed some critics too.But when seeking a scapegoat to answer for the club’s decline over the last three years fans are at least united on this. Former chairman Stephen Thompson has yet to relinquish his majority shareholding and Martin admits the prospect of a foreign owner is a very real possibility.Yet despite the uncertainty, fans’ groups are happy just to see Thompson relieved of control following a string of critical decisions they believe led the club to spiral from second place in the Premiership.(Image: SNS)Who could have imagined it would come to this in early 2015 when Jackie McNamara had led them to three top six finishes and two cup finals, building one of the most exciting, vibrant young sides in the country..
Today. Choral concert with River Road Presbyterian Adult Choir, Richmond, at Bruton Parish Church. Tuesday. We want a first degree murder charge,” the family said through their attorney, Ben Crump.”And we want to see the other officers arrested,” the statement added. The pain that the black community feels over this murder and what it reflects about the treatment of black people in America is raw and is spilling out on to the streets across America.”Read the original article on InsiderTwitter flags Trump tweet on Minneapolis protests for violence /react text >For the second time, Twitter flagged a message from President Trump with a warning, saying that his post midnight tweet calling for the military to shoot protesters in Minneapolis was “glorifying violence. As protests over the death of George Floyd escalated to the burning of a police station Thursday, Trump took to Twitter after midnight to write, “I can stand back watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis.
That’s Kindergarten. This man has been the coach for 10 years and you’re going to offer him a Kindergarten job. Totally disrespectful.”. There IS a need to DO something. According to the Chattanooga Police Department website, Roddy has 24 years of service under his belt.Floyd was pronounced dead at a local hospital on Monday shortly after his arrest. Since the video starting circulating social media, Chauvin was charged on Friday with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter, and all four officers that were involved in the arrest were fired.Footage of the arrest has also sparked outrage across the country causing protests in cities like Minneapolis, Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles, Denver, Detroit, Dallas, Washington, DC, and more.Roddy did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.Read more:George Floyd autopsy shows no signs of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation, attributes death to ‘being restrained, his underlying health conditions, and any potential intoxicants in his system’LIVE UPDATES: Protests turn violent in US cities over George Floyd’s death, Pentagon reportedly prepares military police to quell MinneapolisPolice chiefs in Dallas and Atlanta walked their cities’ streets and talked directly with protesters, as demonstrations broke out over the death of George FloydPain and anger: 15 powerful photos show the fury of US protests over the death of George FloydRead the original article on InsiderTrump and remark draws outrage from all sidesIn threatening to use the military to shoot down looters in Minneapolis, President Trump was employing a phrase apparently coined by a Miami police chief in 1967, when his city was in the throes of protests over the department use of “stop and frisk” tactics that targeted African Americans.