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first_imgMiami Beach Police on Wednesday released body camera video, photos, and the 911 call from the night when they found former Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum in a hotel room with another man who was being treated for a possible drug overdose.Ernesto Rodriguez, the police department’s public information officer, said in an email sent with the photos and documents that much of the body camera footage was redacted because state law keeps footage confidential when it id taken in a place where privacy is expected.“Accordingly, the City of Miami Beach has redacted certain portions of those body camera recordings provided (and has also completely redacted another body camera recording) which were taken entirely within the interior of a hotel room,” Rodriguez wrote.The incident occurred March 13 at a hotel on West Avenue.The crime scene images show open pill bottles with pills scattered around, as well as a messy bed, beer bottles, duffel bags, clothes on the floor, and three small bag containing a white substance, which is suspected to be narcotics.Gillum, according to the police report, was “unable to communicate with officers due to his inebriated state.”He later admitted that he had too much to drink at a wedding.Photo courtesy: Miami Beach Police Department Mr. Gillum, who is the former mayor of Tallahassee, apologized for the situation, denied taking meth, and entered a rehabilitation facility for treatment of alcohol abuse.His apology also stated that he planned to step down from “all public facing roles,” for the foreseeable future.“This has been a wake-up call for me,” Gillum said in a written statement at the time. “Since my race for governor ended, I fell into a depression that has led to alcohol abuse. I witnessed my father suffer from alcoholism and I know the damaging effects it can have when untreated. I also know that alcoholism is often a symptom of deeper struggles.“last_img read more

first_img Submit Related Articles Share Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 StumbleUpon David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020 Share Major data supplier Sportradar has criticised the conclusion of the Independent Review Panel (IRP) to have a data blackout on the lower levels of professional tennis, saying that such a recommendation doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. The panel, represented by the the four organisations principally responsible for governing professional tennis – the ATP, WTA, ITF and Grand Slam Board – reversed a previous proposal to discontinue the sale of live data at the $25k level of the sport, but reaffirmed its recommendation for a ban for the $15k developmental tier to protect the sport’s integrity.The report also recommends “empowering the TIU to monitor betting markets and to disrupt betting based on unofficial live scoring data at ITF World Tennis Tour $15k developmental tier matches”, for which no live streaming or live internet coverage should be permitted. Sportradar, who has worked with the ITF since 2012 and now provides over 200 clients with data direct from the umpire’s chair, has issued the following response through David Lampitt, the firm’s Managing Director of Group Operations.“We welcome the fact that the Panel has reversed their recommendation to discontinue sale of live data at the $25k level of the sport. However we believe that they could and should have gone further. This is for two reasons:“A targeted approach should be applied across the whole sport; we have been consistent in our view that the Panel invites new risks and problems by recommending a prohibitive approach, when it has not succeeded as an effective regulatory tool in relation to the betting industry anywhere in the world, nor in any other sport. Adjusting their arbitrary line (between targeted approach and blanket discontinuance) down a level doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.“This is because the measures don’t match the risks; the Panel’s approach remains disproportionate. They now accept a targeted approach as the most effective response for almost every level of tennis, including quite correctly those levels above the ITF that evidence the highest level of risk. It then makes no sense that they have doggedly maintained a solution that is more draconian, expensive, complex and unpredictable for the $15k tournament level that has lower risk.The panel has justified its proposals by claiming that an absence of betting markets at the $15k level would “reduce by many thousands the number of players whose matches can be bet on, and so who are vulnerable to temptation or corruption, as well as to online abuse”.The report does at least acknowledge that such prohibition – as highlighted by Lampitt at this year’s Betting on Sports conference – does not work “…if the betting markets based on official data are simply replaced by parallel betting markets based on unofficial data derived from live broadcasts, obtained by scouts attending matches, or scraped from the internet”. Lampitt concluded: “Our experience borne of more than a decade investing in the best programmes to fight integrity corruption in sport, is that a targeted approach, where the key stakeholders cooperate and invest into detection, prevention and education rather than prohibition is the most effective way forward for all levels.“Now that the Panel’s work is finally complete, we look forward to working with our trusted partners and the wider tennis family to deliver the best solutions to protect the integrity of the sport.”last_img read more

first_img 3 “You just get into a routine [with] tunnel vision and keep going, setting yourself little goals and little things to achieve.“I passed the ball the other day, not very well, but I started passing the ball and that was massive for me to be able to kick and know that my knee can kick a ball.“Even though it was five yards, I’ve started working on stuff like that and it’s little wins like that that keep you going and keep you pushing forward to the next one.” 3 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed he has kicked a ball for the first time in four months as he reaches a significant milestone on the road to recovery.The Liverpool midfielder had his season cruelly cut short in the first leg of the Champions League Final against Roma in April. 3 Ending the Ox’s Champions League and World Cup dream An innocuous challenge left the England man writhing in agony on the touchline with ruptured ligaments – shattering his European and World Cup dream in an instant.Although it is still expected he will miss the entirety of this season, the former Arsenal star admits he is in good spirits, especially after such a significant breakthrough.He said on the latest edition of LFC Later: “It’s going well – very boring, very slow, very long, all the good stuff! But I’m making progress, which is obviously what we need. It’s just a long process and I just keep plugging away, but I’m in good spirits and I’m really positive about it. An innocuous challenge with Aleksandr Kolarov caused the problem Oxlade-Chamberlain was in the form of his life until the knee injury last_img read more