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first_imgCommunityGood NewsLocal News GOOD NEWS: Pinning Ceremony Facebook Facebook Pinterest By OA Life – May 16, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img Twitter Twitter TAGSMidland CollegeNational Nurses Week Photo Courtesy of Midland College On May 5, During National Nurses Week, Midland College recognized 16 graduating Associate Degree Nursing students during a pinning and candle lighting ceremony at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center. “All of these students are commended for their dedication and perseverance,” Carmen Edwards, MC dean of Health Sciences, said. “They will make a positive impact on healthcare and the lives of their patients.” According to Edwards, the students are well prepared to pass the National Council Licensure Exam to become registered nurses and provide healthcare to citizens throughout West Texas. MC Spring 2021 Associate Degree Nursing graduates are Diana Ahlstrand, Cambri Armes, Lina Briones, Heather Cuthrell, Chastin Ellison, Isabel Flores, Gabrielle Garza, Holli McCreight, Nicole Milefsky, Hannah Payne, Martin Ramos, Crystal Rodriguez, Olajumobi Sadiku, Ayisat Salawu-Billings, Jamie Spencer and Katrina Walker. “We are extremely proud of our graduates,” Dian White, Associate Degree Nursing program chair, said. “Each Midland College graduate set a goal, worked hard, succeeded and is now prepared to enter a rewarding career as a professional nurse.” During Wednesday evening’s ceremony, MC Associate Degree Nursing faculty presented Diana Ahlstrand, Crystal Rodriguez and Kristina Walker with the Wallace W. and Kathleen Irwin Nursing Scholarship Award for maintaining the highest GPAs in the class. WhatsApp Previous articleDR. ISLAM: Should everyone eat gluten-free?Next articleBig Brothers Big Sisters aims to rebound from pandemic OA Lifelast_img read more

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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailVolleyballRegion 14SPANISH FORK, Utah-The Delta Rabbits routed American Leadership 3-0 Thursday in Region 14 volleyball action. The Rabbits prevailed 25-7, 25-10 and 25-8 over the Eagles for the convincing straight sets victory.ROOSEVELT, Utah-The Union Cougars just slipped past North Sanpete 3-2 Thursday in Region 14 volleyball action.Non-RegionKANAB, Utah-Kanab smoked Panguitch 3-0 in non-region volleyball action Thursday. Kanab earned the straight sets victory with wins of 25-18, 25-17 and 25-17 over the Bobcats.BEAVER, Utah-The Gunnison Valley Bulldogs dismantled Beaver 3-1 Thursday in non-region volleyball action. The Bulldogs prevailed 25-14, 25-15, 28-30, 25-21.JUNCTION, Utah-The Piute Thunderbirds stonewalled Millard 3-1 in non-region volleyball action Thursday. The Thunderbirds prevailed 25-21, 24-26, 25-22 and 25-18 to overpower the Eagles.BICKNELL, Utah-The Wayne Badgers earned a 3-1 win over Green River in non-region volleyball action Thursday. Wayne prevailed 23-25, 25-13, 25-19, 25-14.NEPHI, Utah-McCall Crippen had 17 kills and Taryn Anderson had 35 assists as the Juab Wasps beat Grantsville 3-1 Thursday in non-region volleyball action. Juab won the match 19-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-18.Girls Soccer2-A SouthGUNNISON, Utah-The Beaver Beavers doubled up Gunnison Valley 4-2 Thursday in 2-A South girls soccer action.PAROWAN, Utah-The Millard Eagles outlasted Parowan 6-5 in a shootout in 2-A South girls soccer action Thursday. Kara Camp scored twice for the Eagles, with Aimee Thurman, Audrey Camp and Paige Cummings also findig the net for Millard. Lina Biasi, Maci Johnson, Maddee Mathews, Mia Townsend and Taylor Johnson each scored in the loss for the Rams.Region 12MONROE, Utah-Kiralyn Olsen scored twice and the Emery Spartans drilled South Sevier 6-0 Thursday in Region 12 girls soccer action. Arilyn Allred posted the shutout in victory for Emery.MOAB, Utah-Melissa Crane posted a pair of goals and the Richfield Wildcats hammered Grand 7-1 in Region 12 girls soccer action Thursday. Araya Patey, Brittan Tate, Kate Robinson, Macey Pace and Nora Foster also scored in the win for the Wildcats.Region 14SPANISH FORK, Utah-Breanne Wayman scored twice and Ally Squire also foud the net as the Manti Templars blanked American Leadership 3-0 in Region 14 girls soccer action Thursday. Katie Larsen posted the shutout in victory for Manti.DELTA, Utah-Adi Nielson amassed a hat trick and the Delta Rabbits clobbered Union 8-1 Thursday in Region 14 girls soccer action. Savannah Nielson added two more goals for Delta with Henci Stephenson, Kate Smith and Madi Killian also scoring for the Rabbits.LINDON, Utah-The Juab Wasps waxed Maeser Prep 5-2 in Region 14 girls soccer action Thursday.Boys GolfRegion 12CARBON COUNTY, Utah-The Carbon Dinos won their home tournament in Region 12 boys golf action Thursday with a score of 327. Richfield came in second with a 337, followed by Grand with a 342 and South Sevier shot a 359.Individually Carbon’s Bode Salas won the tournament with a 66. Keaton Anderson of Richfield placed second and shot a 77, followed by Grand’s Rafe Saunders with a 78. Wyatt Toney of Grand placed fourth with an 80 and Jaygen Mullen of Richfield and Carson Thornock of South Sevier tied for fifth with an 82.Girls TennisRegion 12PRICE, Utah-The Richfield girls tennis team beat Carbon 4-1 Thursday in Region 12 girls tennis action. The Wildcats prevailed in 1st singles with Sarah Utley 6-1, 6-1; Aubrei Jorgensen in 3rd singles 6-0, 6-1; in 1st doubles Marissa McIff and Karsyn Harris 6-3, 6-2; and in 2nd doubles Jamie Hair and Kara Friant won 6-0, 6-2.Region 14MANTI, Utah-The Manti Templars swept rival North Sanpete 5-0 in Region 14 girls tennis action. Manti won in 1st singles with Sadie Cox 6-1, 6-1; Jolee Gillett in 2nd singles 6-1, 6-0; in 3rd singles Emma Jorgensen won 7-5, 6-3; Heidi Jorgensen and Libby Simons won 6-0, 6-0 in 1st doubles; and in 2nd doubles Emma Christensen and Talia Cluff won 6-2, 6-1. Written by Brad James September 3, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 9/3 Tags: Rounduplast_img read more

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first_imgIn Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “We can’t verify the Russian team’s status yet, as we have not been notified by their wrestling federation,” the spokesman said.However, a statement on the USA Wrestling website said that in light of Iran’s predictable withdrawal from the competition and a lack of contact from Russia, they had “proactively sought commitments from Mongolia and India to compete in the event”.Mamiashvili, the Greco-Roman middleweight champion from the Seoul Olympics in 1988, hasn’t given up hope, claiming USA Wrestling were doing “everything they can” to facilitate Russian participation in Iowa.“If we have to miss the World Cup event it would be a huge tragedy,” he said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Russian authorities hit out at “political maneuvering” after freestyle wrestlers were denied visas to attend an important competition in the United States.According to Russian Wrestling Federation president Mikhail Mamiashvili, a former Olympic champion, the American “embassy refused to meet” with the wrestlers when they went to request visas.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ As things stand, they are set to miss the World Cup event in Iowa City from April 7-8.Former heavyweight boxing champion and Russian politician Nikolai Valuev blasted the “very clear political maneuvering in this affair”.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownRussian diplomatic spokeswoman Maria Zakharova described the move as “an example of the United States obstructing Russian athletes from participating in international competitions”.American embassy spokeswoman Maria Olson, quoted by Russian media, blamed Russian authorities for diplomatic restrictions imposed on the embassy. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism “Unfortunately, we don’t have the capacity to answer every one of the numerous requests from the Russian ministry of foreign affairs, especially when it relates to large numbers of people,” she said.Diplomatic relations between Washington and Moscow are at one of their lowest ebbs since the end of the Cold War.Tit for tat diplomatic measures brought on by US sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis saw the American embassy in Moscow reduced from 755 to 455 staff last year.That was in response to the Donald Trump administration confiscating two Russian diplomatic properties in the US.Contacted by AFP, a USA Wrestling spokesman denied all knowledge of the visa issues.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award MOST READ Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Drummond’s 20-20 game leads Pistons past Wizards Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikinalast_img read more

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first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — Steve Kerr confirmed reports Friday that the Warriors will waive forward Alfonzo McKinnie. The team plans on making it official Saturday morning, with Marquese Chriss expected to break camp with the team.Sources confirmed to Bay Area News Group that the team and Chriss have agreed to a one-year non-guaranteed minimum contract.The move was necessitated by the Warriors’ dearth of center options as the regular season looms. The waiving of McKinnie means Chriss stays. The …last_img

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first_imgRaking up the Ayodhya issue, BJP president and Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday accused the Congress of stalling the case in the Supreme Court. He also alleged that the Congress Party kept the Kashmir problem hanging fire for 70 years in its “greed” to protect its vote bank. “For so many years this judgment was not happening. We also wanted a resolution to this dispute within the framework of the Constitution. Now see how with the blessings of Lord Ram the Supreme Court has cleared the way for the construction of a grand Ram temple.” “Everyone wanted a Ram temple in Ayodhya but the Congress kept stalling the case,” Mr. Shah addressed the election rallies in Manika and Lohardaga, as he kicked off the BJP’s campaign for the Jharkhand Assembly polls. He also accused the Congress of delaying a solution to the Kashmir issue for seven decades. “The Congress Party left the Kashmir problem hanging fire for 70 years in its greed to protect its vote bank. Modiji [PM Narendra Modi] has erased the blot of Article 370 from the crown jewel of ‘Bharat Mata’ and paved the way for Kashmir’s development,” he said. Emphasising the importance his Party attached to the issue, Mr. Shah said the Modi government scrapped Articles 370 and 35A during the very first Parliament session it faced after winning an absolute majority for a second time. The Centre framed a defence policy that has protected the borders and freed the country of terrorism, he asserted. “Terrorists… carried out attacks regularly in the country during the Congress regimes, but the Narendra Modi government gave a befitting reply to them,” Mr. Shah said, referring to surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army across the LoC. The BJP president also accused the Congress-JMM combine of indulging in corruption and “hoodwinking” the tribals and the poor. The JMM leadership indulged in corruption of thousands of crores of rupees, while the BJP dispensation led by Raghubar Das gave a stable government and took the State forward on the path of development, he said. “JMM leader Hemant Soren should be asked which Party he has aligned with, a Party which hoodwinked tribals for 70 years. I would like to ask the Congress president and Rahul Gandhi to give an account of what they have done for tribals.The BJP will also give an account of the work it has done for the State,” Mr. Shah said. He also wanted to know why the Congress failed to provide electricity, cooking gas connection, health cards, toilets and homes to the people.The Union Home Minister lauded the Raghubar Das government for “freeing” the State of the Naxal issue, saying it was the most important achievement of the current BJP dispensation. The BJP, in its election manifesto, will promise constitution of a committee that will consider raising the percentage of reservation for the backward sections after coming to power again. “The backward sections have an important position in the social constitution of Jharkhand but they don’t get reservation in proportion to their population,” he said. Reaching out to the tribals who have a sizeable presence in the mineral-rich State, Mr. Shah said the Modi government set up a museum in the memory of tribal leaders who fought valiantly for the country’s freedom. He also sought to remind the electorate that it was a BJP government which created a separate State of Jharkhand for which many sacrificed their lives. “Atal ji [Atal Bihari Vajpayee] created Jharkhand and Narendra Modi will embellish and spruce it up,” he told the election rally in Manika. “People kept dying, youth sacrificed their lives, but the dream of statehood remained unfulfilled under Congress rule,” he said.last_img read more

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first_imgIconic Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who on Sunday became the only cricketer in history to have scored 50 Test tons, emerged runaway winner over Don Bradman in a poll commissioned by an Australian newspaper on who is the best batsman of all time.In an online poll conducted by the Sydney Morning Herald asking readers to vote for ‘The greatest batsman ever: Bradman or Tendulkar?’,Tendulkar secured 67 per cent of the votes as against Bradman’s 33 per cent. 20768 cricket fans voted.Tendulkar seemed to have got votes from those who took into account that he played in three formats of the game and against 10 countries while Bradman played in only Test matches and primarily in Australia and England only.With inputs from PTIlast_img

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first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, November 18, 2017 – Nassau – Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin Dames on Wednesday thanked the organizers and sponsors of the 3rd Annual Stan Patrol User Group (SPUG) Meeting, and associated events and all of the presenters and participants whom, over the following two days “will have the opportunity to discuss and share experiences in the operation and maintenance of these vessels that play a pivotal role in the execution of our individual and collective mandates, in maritime law enforcement, search and rescue of lives at sea and disaster relief and recovery, to name a few.”“My government remains committed to safeguarding the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and this is evidenced through a number of initiatives including the procurement of more than nine patrol craft since 2014; continued development and improvement of military bases here on the island of New Providence, Matthew Town Inagua, and Gun Point, Ragged Island,” Minister Dames noted, at the Official Opening Ceremony, held at the Paul H. Farquharson Conference Centre.Among those present for the Opening were Commander of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Commodore Tellis Bethel, Director of National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Captain Stephen Russell, and Conference Chairperson Captain Adrian Chriswell.Taking part in the two-day meeting were representatives from the following: Barbados Defence Force; Belize Defence Force; Canadian Coast Guard; Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard; Ecuador’s Armada del Ecuador; Jamaica Defence Force Coast Guard; Mexico’s Secretaria de Marina; Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard; other Officers, Warrant Officers and Senior Rates of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force; and Conference Sponsors – Damen, Pon Power Caterpillar and Alphatron Marine.Minister Dames said that he was pleased to note the inclusion of The Bahamas National Emergency Management Agency at that edition of SPUG, as the lead agency in The Bahamas for the coordination of disaster preparation, relief and recovery.“NEMA works closely with the Royal Bahamas Defence Force and regional and international agencies in the coordination and execution of pre-, peri- and post- disaster relief efforts,” he said.As an archipelagic nation, Minister Dames pointed out, The Bahamas relies heavily on maritime assets to enhance the interconnectivity of the islands.“To provide a bit of historical background, on March 31, 1980, the RBDF was created to patrol and guard over 100,000 square miles and 2,000 rocks and cays of territorial boundaries initially monitored and guarded by the Royal Navy prior before our Independence in 1973,” he said.“Since the inception of the RBDF over 37 years ago, the Force has grown and transitioned into an inclusive sea, air and land based military with a modernised fleet of vessels,” Minister Dames added.   “With a primary mission to defend the sovereignty of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas and an encompassing mission of assisting other law enforcement agencies as required, the RBDF is also mandated to perform humanitarian tasks, at home and abroad.”With the requirement to expand the operations of the RBDF into the Family Islands, Minister Dames said, The Bahamas Government approved the capital investment for the Sandy Bottom Project in 2014 with the Dutch shipbuilding company, Damen, and the Dutch Dredging company, Van Oord.   Nine of the vessels built by Damen had been delivered, he continued, eight of which have been commissioned into service; and the dredging works and quay wall construction projects by Van Oord Bahamas were nearing completion.Minister Dames said that he was advised that the first User Conference was initiated by the Coast Guard for the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Caribbean (KWCARIB) three years ago in Curacao, and was attended by seven countries – Jamaica, Honduras, Mexico, The Bahamas, Barbados, the USA and the KWCARIB.“Their exchanges and shared experiences on the use of their larger patrol vessels was significant and the conference has continued to grow, with some 13 member countries, nine of which are represented today,” he said.The objective of that initial meeting was to subsequently transfer knowledge concerning operations, maintenance, engineering, design, logistics and customer relations between Damen vessel owners to further enhance the reliability of the Stan Patrol vessels, Minister Dames said.“Initiator KWCARIB is one of the oldest users of this type of vessel,” he noted. “Damen – design, build, Pon Power Caterpillar – engines and powerplant – and Alphatron Marine – bridge components – supported the discussions. The intention is to hold this conference annually, alternating between the national Coastguards, Defence Forces, Navies, and now, with the addition of Montserrat to the group, Police Marine Units.”It was not fortuitous that The Bahamas had consented to co-hosting the current event for several reasons, Minister Dames noted.“Firstly, our newly acquired fleet of vessels are all Damen built and are powered by Caterpillar and Alphatron Marine components; secondly, and unfortunately, during the past three years, The Bahamas has not been spared the wrath of disastrous Hurricanes Joaquin, Matthew and Irma, of which each individually caused extensive damage to some part of the archipelago, inclusive of New Providence in 2016 which suffered significant damage, including the RBDF Coral Harbour Base, resulting in the cancellation of this event at that juncture,” Minister Dames said.   “Thus, the second iteration of this event was successfully hosted by Mexico instead, for which we were grateful.”Minister Dames pointed out that, in 2015, the most impactful of those storms to The Bahamas, Joaquin, propelled the Royal Bahamas Defence Force to deploy its Container City, which is a system of Containerized Equipment and Facilities designed to self-sustain troops in a disaster area whilst they effect clean-up, provide humanitarian aid and conduct needed assessments required for recovery and rebuilding.“This equipment was initially transported utilizing multiple private chartered vessels at significant cost to Government; however, the following year, with the delivery and commissioning of a Damen-built roll-on/roll-off platform HMBS Lawrence Major, the Defence Force realized the capacity to mobilize this equipment, and regrettably had need to, following Hurricane Matthew – which caused extensive damage in the Central Bahamas,” he stated.“This year, as we continuously forge the way ahead, the RBDF, along with local, regional and international partners, has deployed HMBS Lawrence Major – along with several components of the Container City to the Eastern Caribbean – providing needed humanitarian aid in cooperation with Jamaica and other CARICOM members to our brothers and sisters in Dominica, following the ravages of Hurricanes Irma and Maria,” Minister Dames said.Minister Dames re-iterated that disaster relief and recovery is heavily dependent on the maritime environment to be facilitated, especially in small island nations, as, following hurricanes, airports are sometimes mostly inaccessible due to infrastructural damage and flooding, and require assessments prior to re-establishing air traffic.“Maritime assets close this gap by allowing for bulk transport of supplies, man-power, and other required assistance, in an effort to restore normalcy in the shortest possible time,” he said.   “Utilising even the smallest of these Damen platforms, the RBDF has been able to provide assistance in the form of establishing communication hubs, and the provision of potable water and food and medical supplies to residents immediately following the passage of a hurricane.”Minister Dames said that having the ability to deploy assets simultaneously to multiple affected areas is key to responding in the aftermath of a disastrous storm.    NEMA, as well, had established storage facilities in north, central and southern Bahamas, making the required emergency relief supplies available at multiple locations for ease of transshipment, regardless of which islands are affected, he added.“Continuing to have these maritime assets Fully Mission Capable, with the ability to respond quickly to provide needed assistance, therefore, is paramount,” Minister Dames said.   “This is achievable with a sustained and proactive approach to maintenance, training and operation, to increase longevity, functionality and utilization of these assets.”“I am advised that Damen has offered The Bahamas a package which includes a controlled version of maintenance which will enable the RBDF through training to balance attrition of skilled personnel with the development of new technicians, who will ensure that these current assets achieve maximum service life, and beyond,” he added.   “As this is our ultimate goal I can assure you that it will receive my government’s full attention.”Minister Dames said that he was also advised that resulting from previous SPUG conferences were joint training opportunities that assist in lowering the cost for professional technical training for the operators and maintainers of these vessels to be conducted regionally.“SPUG is a good example of how Defense, KWCARIB and the Dutch industry can help units in the region to deploy more efficiently and cost effectively in the joint fight against transnational threats, as well as to assist in times of disaster,” he said.Minister Dames stated that The Government of The Bahamas acknowledged the significance in being a part of those information and experience sharing sessions as beneficial to planning when it does return to “the drawing board” to design more vessels and procure equipment for our particular needs.“I welcome you all again to The Bahamas and look forward to hearing of your individual experiences with the Stan Patrol Craft,” he said.   “I believe it is important for us to engage in such forums to identify trends and common threads of challenges that we all face, and to be enlightened on how we individually and collectively solve these issues.“Think-tanks like these, with focus group discussions play a key role in solving global issues, or at least make them known, so that solutions can be found.”“Finally, as you are here in The Bahamas, do not allow the seriousness of your discussions to dampen the opportunity to partake of the Bahamian hospitality, which you will undoubtedly find all around you,” he added.By: Eric Rose (BIS)Photo CaptionsHeader & 1st insert: Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin Dames speaks during the Official Opening Ceremony of the 3rd Annual Stan Patrol User Group (SPUG) Conference, held at the Paul H. Farquharson Conference Centre, on November 16, 2017.   Pictured seated behind him is Commander of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Commodore Tellis Bethel. (BIS Photos/Eric Rose)2nd insert:  International representatives of marine forces and agencies (foreground) attend the Official Opening Ceremony of the 3rd Annual Stan Patrol User Group (SPUG) Conference, held at the Paul H. Farquharson Conference Centre, on November 16, 2017. (BIS Photo/Eric Rose) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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first_imgSuicide expert testifies Rebecca Zahau faced ‘elevated risk’ of suicide March 27, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Journal entries written by Rebecca Zahau were read aloud Tuesday in a San Diego courtroom.It was part of the testimony in the Coronado mansion death case.Dr. Alan Berman, a nationally renowned suicide expert, testified that Zahau’s history of child sexual abuse along with past physical and emotional abuse put her at higher risk of suicide.Zahau’s family contends Rebecca did not take her own life, but died at the hands of her boyfriend’s brother, Adam Shacknai. The wrongful death lawsuit alleges that the killing by Shacknai was staged to look like a suicide.However, defense attorneys tried to refute that claim, reading excerpts from a journal that Zahau kept on her phone.In entries made several months before her death, she wrote that she was dissatisfied with her relationship with her boyfriend Jonah Shacknai, but also wrote, “It’s my own fault.”Zahau died two days after Jonah Shacknai’s 6-year-old son Max fell from a staircase while under Rebecca’s care.The suicide expert told the court that the accident could have been a factor that put Zahau at acute risk of taking her own life.In other testimony, pathologist Gregory Davis returned to the witness stand.One day earlier, Davis was asked about the report by the county medical examiner who said Zahau died by suicide.“I agree with his conclusions,” Davis said.In his cross examination on Tuesday, the attorney for the Zahau family asked the pathologist about the black paint used in a cryptic message on a mansion door and the paint found on Zahau’s body; on her hand and on her buttocks. Attorney Keith Greer asked the pathologist how Zahau could tie herself up, without leaving any paint on her rope bindings.The two experts were the last witnesses to testify before the jury. Opening arguments are scheduled to begin on Monday. Sasha Foo, Updated: 10:24 PMcenter_img Posted: March 27, 2018 Sasha Foo Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Coronado, Rebecca Zahau, Zahau FacebookTwitterlast_img read more