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BOCA RATON, Fla. – A teenage girl and two men have been arrested on first-degree murder charges in connection with the fatal shooting of MMA fighter Aaron Rajman, 25, authorities said on Friday.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office identified the suspects as Roberto Ortiz, Jace Swinton, both 18, and Summer Church, 16. 

Deputies said they were called about 10:30 p.m. July 3 to Rajman’s home in the 22700 block of 65th Terrace in unincorporated Boca Raton.

Investigators initially said that a group of men entered the home and an altercation ensued before Rajman was shot.

State Attorney Aronberg assured residents in the area that they live in a safe community.  

“This was no random act of violence,” Aronberg said in a news release. “Mr. Rajman was targeted by these defendants, and we intend to seek justice for the victim and his family.”

Aronberg said the suspects have been charged with first-degree murder and two counts of armed home invasion robbery. 

He said Church has been charged as an adult. 

Further details about the shooting have not been released.

Local 10 News has requested the suspects’ arrest reports.
 

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A building housing the office of Connect and a local cable network company was struck by lightning on Thursday, resulting in a loss of about Rs 5 lakh.
Internet services provided by the company in the city were disrupted. The repair of damaged equipment was continuing till the reports last came in.
A telephone exchange of Connect and computers, tower, LCDs, cameras and transmitters of the local cable network company were damaged. The rain started at about 3.30 and lightning struck the building at about 4 pm, said Baljit Singh, an employee.

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Hillary Clinton’s Ukrainian connection a question worth exploring

The latest news headlines indicate that the Russia 2016 election-meddling investigation is ramping up. Connected with this probe is the now infamous meeting President Trump’s son, Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpSteve King defends Arpaio: ‘I don’t agree that profiling is wrong’ Eminem leads anti-Trump chant at music fest Enraged Dems vow to protect ‘Dreamers’ program MORE Jr., had with Russian officials last June. While we are still trying to ascertain who all was in that meeting and what, if any, information was shared that could have helped Trump’s presidential campaign, we cannot ignore another meeting with a foreign government — one where we have proof serious campaign violations were committed.

Back in January of this year, Politico reported that Democratic official met with Ukrainian officials to get information on the Trump campaign in an effort to boost Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSpecial counsel probing if Trump tried to hide purpose of Russian meeting: report Ten notable departures from Team Trump Is Trump responsible for violent rallies? Law says probably not MORE’s presidential bid. While it didn’t get nearly the mainstream media scrutiny that the Donald Trump Jr.’s Russia meeting is getting, it did prompt President Trump to correctly ask why it was being swept under the rug.

In a tweet last month, Trump said “Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump campaign — ‘quietly working to boost Clinton.’ So where is the investigation A.G.” It even prompted a Ukraine member of parliament, Andre Derkah, to send a letter last month to Ukraine’s prosecutor general requesting “that authorities launch a pretrial investigation into ‘illegal interference in the election of President of the United States organized by a criminal investigation.’” It also raised some very serious concerns for our organization, the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT).

 

This month, FACT filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and its Ukrainian-American consultant, Alexandra Chalupa, for knowingly soliciting and accepting illegal, in-kind contributions from the Ukrainian government.

Specifically, the complaint contends that, last year, Ukrainian-American operative and DNC consultant, Alexandra Chalupa met with Ukrainian government officials to get information in an effort to expose ties between Trump, his former campaign manager Paul Manafort and Russia. As reported, a political officer in the Ukrainian Embassy was instructed to help Chalupa conduct research on connections between Trump, Manafort and Russia. The DNC subsequently acknowledged that it had knowledge of the research.

First, according to federal law, an in-kind contribution consists of “anything of value, including information and leads, the fruits of paid research, or similar investigatory activity, to a political committee.” Second, federal law also prohibits accepting or receiving anything of value from foreign nationals and the Ukrainian government officials are foreign nationals.

Since Chalupa allegedly engaged in both activities as a DNC staffer, this collusion would constitute an illegal, in-kind contribution. And, even though the DNC claimed it “did not incorporate [Chalupa’s] findings in its dossiers on the subjects,” that would be irrelevant as the DNC solicited and received valuable opposition research.

Given what we know today about both situations, it’s clear they both merit serious investigation.

To date we have no proof that anything of value was received by the Trump campaign as a result of the Donald Jr. meeting. In fact, the Russian lawyer who meet with Trump’s son, Natalia Veselnitskaya, said: “I never had any damaging or sensitive information about Hillary Clinton. It was never my intention to have that.”

Foreign influence in our politics is nothing new but it is very concerning and should be investigated. The DNC/Ukraine connection is serious, and the public deserves answers.

Matthew Whitaker, a former U.S. attorney, is executive director of the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT), a nonprofit ethics watchdog.


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New millennials connect through Tampa entrepreneur’s innovation

TAMPA – Andrew Machota has made nearly 700 friends in the six years since he impulsively moved to Tampa.

He’d be glad to have you meet them, too.

The gregarious certified public accountant from Rolling Prairie, Ind., population 500, knew only one person when he came to town. Mingling at networking events with other young professional millennials could be interesting, but then what?

Machota knew what: more opportunities to meet and hang out with potential pals. He would start a social club with a calendar of activities to choose from, a concept that he envisions replicating in other cities.

“Trust me, I learned the hard way,” he said. “I know how hard it is to make adult friends.”

Machota wrote a business plan for New Town Connections, then quit his job and sent out 2,000 texts and emails to an August 2015 launch party at the Vault in downtown Tampa.

When 300 people showed up that night, “I had my Field of Dreams moment,” he said.

Machota had a line-up ready — brunch, happy hour, pool party — and momentum began to build.

“This is my calling,” he said, “to connect people … bringing like-minded people together in real life and forming genuine friendships.”

Locals are just as welcome as bay area newcomers, he adds. And unlike a business networking group, there’s no competition or pressure.

As the club expanded, Machota compiled his friend-making experiences and published a self-help book: Friend Request Accepted: Connecting In A Disconnected World (available on Amazon.com).

In outlining 18 proactive steps, Machota encourages readers “to just be available.” He suggests ditching the technology — smartphone, Email, texts — and position yourself to meet people face to face.

You never know who will alter your lifepath, he writes. Every person you meet really does matter.

Participating in New Town Connections works two ways: Pay membership dues of $19 a month plus individual event fees, such as $25 to go paddleboarding. Or join for $49 a month with no surcharges.

Machota, 36, is the only full-time employee organizing 10 events every month. Hillsborough members slightly outnumber Pinellas folks. “Mostly single,” he said, “maybe 20 percent are in a relationship. But it’s not a dating club and I don’t keep track.”

That said, Machota did indeed meet his girlfriend, Jane Thai, through the club.

“We were friends for nine months before I asked her out.”

With a limited advertising budget, the start-up relies on members and social media to attract attendees, the biggest challenge.

Software tech support analyst Constanza Lanata, 34, counts people she didn’t even know a year ago, “now my best friends.” She met Machota at a chamber of commerce Emerge Tampa Bay event. Of course, he invited her to the next NTC gathering and she joined right away, in May 2016.

“Andrew gets to know you and introduces you to people you have something in common with,” Lanata said. “I’m very outgoing once I feel comfortable. I just need a little push. He broke the ice.”

Will Pedersen, 26, knew exactly two people when he left Hong Kong three years ago: his parents.

“In October of my first year here, I didn’t speak to a single person for eight days,” he said. “My parents were away and it was incredibly lonely. The only conversation I had was with a Uber driver.”

Googling Meet-Up groups led Pedersen to NTC and now, 250 Facebook friends.

“Taco Tuesday was the first thing I went to,” recalled the Tampa real estate agent. “There was a really interesting group of young professionals drinking margaritas and watching a sunset at a children’s museum. On a Tuesday. I said, ‘This is how you make friends.'”

Pedersen said he attended every event for the next four or five months.

“Each time you know at least one person, than two, and they add up.”

“Really,” he continued, “it’s the only reason I stayed in Tampa.”

Contact Amy Scherzer at [email protected]

>>looking ahead

New Town Connections September events

Sept. 7: Dali Museum, private tour; 6 p.m.; $20.

Sept. 10: White Party at the Tampa Museum of Art; 2-6 p.m.; free.

Sept. 13: Tony Robbins Leadership Training; Little Donut House; 6 to 8 p.m.; free.

Sept. 14: Acro Yoga, Movement Sanctuary, 910 5th Ave N, St. Petersburg; 7:30 -9 p.m.; $10.

Sept. 17: Fanny Pack Pool Party; Hollander Hotel, 2 -8 p.m.; free.

Sept. 21: Social at The Hall on Franklin; 7:30 to 10 p.m.; free.

Sept. 29: Connect 4 Tournament and Happy Hour, Centre Club; 5:30 – 8:p.m.; free.

Sept. 30: Boating; St. Petersburg Municipal Marina, 500 1st Ave SE, St. Petersburg; 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.; $55, BYOB.

New millennials connect through Tampa entrepreneur’s innovation 08/29/17

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