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Man sentenced to a year in prison for assault with a frozen chicken

A man was sentenced to a year in prison for assaulting his ex with a frozen chicken.

A Frenchman has been sentenced to spend the next year in prison after assaulting a woman with an improvised weapon snatched from her fridge during an argument.

According to The Local, a 35-year-old Frenchman was convicted of “poultry assault” when he attacked his ex with a frozen chicken. For his crime, he was sentenced to two years in prison with one year suspended after the court ruled that the frozen chicken counted as a weapon.

Police said the man was drunk when he arrived at his ex’s home, at which point they got into an argument. For reasons that are unclear to everybody, the inebriated man ran to the woman’s refrigerator to look for something to use as a weapon, at which point he settled upon a frozen chicken. He hit her with the bird and threatened to kill her, then he smashed up part of her apartment.

Police said the woman’s injuries caused her to take 10 days off work, and it was not the first time the man was convicted of domestic assault.


10 Popular Frozen Dinners, Ranked by Sodium Content

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A survey conducted in 2011 came up with this result: 90% of Americans eat more than the recommended amount of 2300mg of sodium per day. In fact, close to 3600mg is consumed on average each day. Likewise, Canadians are not far behind, eating about 3400mg a day. Excessive sodium intake is a huge contributor to cardiovascular disease through increased blood pressure, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes. This happens because the extra sodium causes the kidneys to retain more water as a counter measure (which in the long run can cause kidney disease).

You may be wondering why this list singles out frozen dinners. This is because frozen dinners are packed with salt. The reason for this is that salt tastes good to us (as does sugar, but that’s a whole different article) and because it’s a preservative. To give you some perspective on some of the amounts of sodium added to frozen dinners (and also which products are more health-conscious), here’s a list of frozen dinners ranked by their sodium content from the highest to lowest.

1. Hungry-Man Home-Style Meatloaf—1660mg

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Hungry-Man? More like Salty-AF-Man. This meatloaf contains over half of your daily recommended serving of sodium, from just a third of your meals of the day. At least it has corn.

2. Boston Market Country Fried Chicken—1150mg

Fried chicken in a frozen dinner pack probably means all the grease of normal fried chicken without the promise of its signature crispiness. To compensate for this, Boston Market has loaded their fried chicken with extra salt (ew).

3. Stouffer’s Swedish Meatballs—980mg

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I want to forgive this product because meatballs are delicious, but insanely high sodium is borderline unforgivable.

4. Weight Watcher’s Smart Ones Classic Favorites Salisbury Steak—900mg

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This low-calorie option is, sadly, not a low-sodium option. I guess you can’t have the best of both worlds.

5. Amy’s Indian Mattar Paneer—780mg

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We’re getting to about mid-range for sodium-content here. Amy’s Indian Mattar Paneer is just about a third of the recommended daily serving amount.

6. Weight Watchers Smart Ones Bistro Selection Salisbury Steak—740mg

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This is the second Salisbury steak from Weight Watchers on this list. The distinction between the Classic Favorites and Bistro Selection line is lost on me, but I’ll take the 160mg reduction in sodium.

7. Lean Pockets Philly Steak and Low-Fat Cheese with Grilled Vegetables—560mg

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The healthier alternative to Hot Pockets are Lean Pockets, and as its name suggests it is a lower calorie, lower fat, and—although not advertised—relatively low sodium option. Looks like they hit three birds with one stone with this product.

8. Healthy Choice Asian-Inspired General Tso’s Spicy Chicken—500mg

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If you’ve ever eaten Chinese food, you’ll know that it’s both greasy and salty, which makes this product a wonder. I’m not even sure if you can still call it Chinese food anymore, considering it has lost its characteristic qualities.

9. Lean Cuisine Glazed Chicken—450mg

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I’m starting to see a trend now, with the product name including, but not limited to, descriptors like lean and healthy. Looks like low-sodium is often associated with healthier varieties of frozen dinners.

10. Amy’s Black Bean Vegetable Enchilada—390mg

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Hilariously enough, the last item on the list doesn’t have the words lean or healthy in its product name, yet actually isn’t terrible for you (at least, not based on sodium content alone).

Next time you eat a frozen dinner, keep the sodium content in mind and look for more health-conscious choices.


Colorado man to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has denied bail for a Colorado geophysicist accused of dragging a police officer down steps to be beaten by an American flag outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday that Jeffrey Sabol, 51, is a flight risk and could be a danger to the community if he were to be released. Sabol was ordered to be held pending a trial.

“To arm himself, he stripped a vulnerable police officer of his police baton. He then used that stolen police baton to force another officer away from his post and into a mob of rioters who proceeded to viciously attack him, leaving him bleeding from the head,” Sullivan wrote in the order.

After the attack, prosecutors said Sabol, who was born in Utica, New York, booked a flight from Boston Logan International Airport to Zurich, Switzerland, where he would not be able to be extradited to the U.S. He abandoned that plan and was arrested in New York after an apparent suicide attempt.

Sabol has been charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor counts stemming from the insurrection. Investigators say he told them he was trying to help the officer by “patting him on the back” and saying “we got you man.”

Sabol’s attorneys have argued for his release, noting that he does not have a criminal history, and he had steady employment and the support of family. They also said he now understands he was lied to about the 2020 election being stolen, and he was caught up in the frenzy of the crowd during the attack on the Capitol.

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Colorado man to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has denied bail for a Colorado geophysicist accused of dragging a police officer down steps to be beaten by an American flag outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday that Jeffrey Sabol, 51, is a flight risk and could be a danger to the community if he were to be released. Sabol was ordered to be held pending a trial.

“To arm himself, he stripped a vulnerable police officer of his police baton. He then used that stolen police baton to force another officer away from his post and into a mob of rioters who proceeded to viciously attack him, leaving him bleeding from the head,” Sullivan wrote in the order.

After the attack, prosecutors said Sabol, who was born in Utica, New York, booked a flight from Boston Logan International Airport to Zurich, Switzerland, where he would not be able to be extradited to the U.S. He abandoned that plan and was arrested in New York after an apparent suicide attempt.

Sabol has been charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor counts stemming from the insurrection. Investigators say he told them he was trying to help the officer by “patting him on the back” and saying “we got you man.”

Sabol’s attorneys have argued for his release, noting that he does not have a criminal history, and he had steady employment and the support of family. They also said he now understands he was lied to about the 2020 election being stolen, and he was caught up in the frenzy of the crowd during the attack on the Capitol.

Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Man jailed for Running Over Wife’s Lover after discovering Affair

A driver has been jailed for running over a man in a revenge attack after discovering he had been having an affair with his wife.

By Dhiren Manga

"My life has been destroyed. I am still having nightmares."

Munazir Rashid, aged 41, of Kingstanding, Birmingham, was jailed for nine years after he ran over the man who had been having an affair with his wife.

The revenge attack left the victim with horrific injuries and was lucky to survive them.

Birmingham Crown Court heard that Rashid was with his partner when they met the victim by chance at the Kerryman pub in Digbeth, Birmingham in the early hours of July 13, 2019.

A row broke out between the men which led to the victim being ejected from the pub.

Rashid followed the victim outside and continued to be aggressive. He tried to attack him but was prevented by a metal barrier.


Man who raped friend jailed for nine years

The 38-year-old man, who had been friends with the woman for seven years, pleaded guilty to orally raping her during a prolonged attack in her Donegal home on August 9, 2017.

A man who raped his friend during an hour and a half attack in her home after bringing a stranger to her house has been jailed for nine years.

The 38-year-old man, who had been friends with the woman for seven years, pleaded guilty to orally raping her during a prolonged attack in her Donegal home on August 9, 2017.

A charge of attempted rape, two counts of sexual assault and a count of criminal damage were taken into consideration, the Central Criminal Court.

At a previous sentence hearing last month the woman’s victim impact statement was read into the record in which she described how the man “used and abused me” when she was vulnerable.

Mr Justice Michael White had adjourned the matter after hearing the evidence. He praised the woman for her “tenacity” in managing to recover from a drinking problem at a time of so much distress. “I want to pay tribute to you,” he said.

Today Mr Justice White said that the court has “a duty to protect society by punishment, deterrence and rehabilitation”.

He said he considered the offence to be in the most serious category considering the breach of trust, the level of violence and the fact that the “horrendous ordeal” lasted over an hour and a half.

Mr Justice White also noted that it was committed by two people, one of whom the accused man brought to the victim’s home. He also took into account the fact that the man hadn’t intervened while the other man was being violent.

He accepted the man had pleaded guilty and had shown remorse before he sentenced him to nine years in prison and imposed a one-year post-release supervision order.

Kerida Naidoo SC, prosecuting, told the court at that sentence hearing that the man, who can't be named to protect the woman's anonymity, rang her on the evening of the date in question and asked if he could come around for drinks.

She agreed, but was surprised when the man arrived with another man, whom she didn't know. This man's case is still before the courts and cannot be reported on, Mr Justice White ruled.

During the course of the evening, her friend kept trying to ply the woman with vodka, but she refused, saying she preferred cider. He then started grabbing her breasts.

The woman told the man to stop, but she was then dragged into the bedroom and raped, the court heard. During the course of the attack, the woman was screaming and “in an awful lot of pain”, a local detective garda told the court.

The attack went on for about an hour and a half before both men eventually left and the woman contacted gardaí. She was taken to a Sexual Assault Treatment Unit.

In a victim impact statement read out by a detective, the woman said she thought the man was her friend.

“But he attacked me, raped me and sexually assaulted me in my home,” she said.

The woman outlined a previous tragedy in her life, which led to her battling with alcoholism.

“(He) knew my circumstances and took advantage of my vulnerable state,” she said. “I thought he was my friend, but he used and abused me.” The woman said she had previously suffered with anxiety and panic attacks, but these have worsened considerably since the incident. She said she has been sober now for over three years.

When interviewed by gardaí, the man said he had previously had consensual sex with the woman but denied being in her home on the night in question. When shown CCTV footage of him at her home, he maintained he had no memory of that night.

The man's DNA was found on the woman's underwear, the court heard.

He has five previous convictions, mostly for public order offences.

Shane Costelloe SC, defending, said his client was “deeply sorry” for his actions that night. He submitted his client was on pain medication and anti-depressants at the time and had drunk a litre of vodka when he committed the offence.

Mr Costelloe said his client had been in a brief, intimate relationship with the woman in the month prior to the attack.


Colorado man to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has denied bail for a Colorado geophysicist accused of dragging a police officer down steps to be beaten by an American flag outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday that Jeffrey Sabol, 51, is a flight risk and could be a danger to the community if he were to be released. Sabol was ordered to be held pending a trial.

“To arm himself, he stripped a vulnerable police officer of his police baton. He then used that stolen police baton to force another officer away from his post and into a mob of rioters who proceeded to viciously attack him, leaving him bleeding from the head,” Sullivan wrote in the order.

After the attack, prosecutors said Sabol, who was born in Utica, New York, booked a flight from Boston Logan International Airport to Zurich, Switzerland, where he would not be able to be extradited to the U.S. He abandoned that plan and was arrested in New York after an apparent suicide attempt.

Sabol has been charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor counts stemming from the insurrection. Investigators say he told them he was trying to help the officer by “patting him on the back” and saying “we got you man.”

Sabol’s attorneys have argued for his release, noting that he does not have a criminal history, and he had steady employment and the support of family. They also said he now understands he was lied to about the 2020 election being stolen, and he was caught up in the frenzy of the crowd during the attack on the Capitol.

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3rd Man Jailed in Attack on Skater Kerrigan

The man suspected of carrying out the attack on Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan surrendered Friday to authorities in Arizona.

Shane Minoaka Stant, 22, of Chandler, Ariz., was charged with conspiracy to commit assault in the second degree and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. Authorities allege the attack on Kerrigan was arranged by the bodyguard of figure skating champion Tonya Harding, one of Kerrigan’s rivals.

Stant surrendered in Phoenix and was being held in the Maricopa County Jail. He is the third person arrested so far in the attack, joining Shawn Eric Eckardt, 26, and Derrick Brian Smith, 29, who were arraigned Friday in Portland, Ore., and entered pleas of not guilty.

The pair were arrested in Portland Thursday night and charged with conspiracy to commit assault. Eckardt is Harding’s bodyguard. Bail for Eckardt and Smith was set at $20,000 each. Eckardt posted bail Friday night and was released.

Stant did not enter a plea in an appearance before a U.S. magistrate in Phoenix on Friday. He was appointed a public defender and ordered detained until a Wednesday hearing on extradition to Portland.

Meanwhile on Friday, Harding and her ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly, who have reconciled since their Aug. 28 divorce, were seen leaving their home outside Portland together, but they did not respond to questions from reporters. Harding later met with two attorneys, Robert Weaver and Chris Kovack.

According to an affidavit filed by the FBI, Stant conspired with others during a meeting in Portland in late December to injure Kerrigan in an attempt to prevent her from competing in last week’s U.S. Figure Skating Championships, which served as the Olympic trials, then flew to Detroit to commit the assault.

Kerrigan was struck on the right knee by a baton-wielding assailant shortly after a practice session on Jan. 6, the day before the championships, which Harding won.

An FBI spokesman called Stant “a paramilitary sort of guy who is familiar with weapons.”

The 24-year-old Kerrigan, who was waived onto the Olympic team by the U.S. Figure Skating Assn. even though she was forced to withdraw from the national championships, said Friday that she plans to return to practice at her Cape Cod, Mass., training rink within a few days and expects to be fit for the Olympics. The women’s competition begins in Lillehammer, Norway, on Feb. 23.

“I’m assuming I can do the program of my life,” said Kerrigan, a bronze medalist in the 1992 Games. “It’s up to the judges, not me. I’m really just focusing on my skating.”

Despite the swelling in her right knee, even Kerrigan seemed to be having difficulty grasping the reality of the situation after learning that the three men arrested since Thursday have a connection to Harding, her U.S. Olympic teammate.

“I can’t understand any explanation of why something like this would occur,” Kerrigan said at a news conference Friday outside her Stoneham, Mass., home. “I don’t think I could ever understand the answer because I can’t think that viciously.”

Asked how she will react to competing in the Winter Olympics with Harding, Kerrigan said: “I have nothing to say to her.”

Harding, however, has not been charged in the attack, and, although NBC News reported Friday night that she is under “active criminal investigation,” authorities denied that she is a suspect at this point.

“We are investigating everything,” said John Bradley, deputy district attorney for Multnomah County, Ore. “So, I mean, we are going to be as complete as we can. Whatever you make of that.”

The Detroit Free Press also quoted unnamed law enforcement officials as saying Harding was under investigation.

Weaver, Harding’s attorney, said Friday night that Harding was cooperating with the district attorney’s office.

“I do know that there are no charges outstanding,” Weaver said. “That was confirmed to me an hour ago in a meeting I had in the district attorney’s office. This continuous reporting by some people that there are charges outstanding needs to stop.

“She is quite exhausted by all of this. While she will be making a statement, she’s not prepared to do that today.”

Multnomah County Dist. Atty. Michael Schrunk would not disclose the roles believed to have been played by the three men in custody, but Fox News identified Smith as the driver of his nephew Stant’s getaway car.

Schrunk also would not say whether other arrest warrants would be filed.

According to NBC News, Eckardt has accused Harding of being involved in the “planning and cover-up” of the attack on Kerrigan. The Detroit Free Press reported that Eckardt, in an attempt to gather evidence that also would implicate Gillooly, planned to tape-record a meeting between the two earlier this week, but Gillooly did not show.

A Portland private investigator, Gary Crowe, said that he heard a recording of Gillooly and Eckardt planning the attack in an earlier conversation, but that tape has not been located. Also, an unidentified woman told Detroit police that she heard a recording a few months ago of a conversation involving four people who were discussing a possible assault on Kerrigan. The names of the four men were reported to the FBI.

Unless Harding, 23, is implicated in the attack, she will not be asked to relinquish her berth in the Olympics, U.S. Olympic Committee and U.S. Figure Skating Assn. officials said. She earned the berth by winning the national championship last Saturday night.

Times special correspondent Laura Laughlin in Phoenix contributed to this story.


Colorado man to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has denied bail for a Colorado geophysicist accused of dragging a police officer down steps to be beaten by an American flag outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday that Jeffrey Sabol, 51, is a flight risk and could be a danger to the community if he were to be released. Sabol was ordered to be held pending a trial.

“To arm himself, he stripped a vulnerable police officer of his police baton. He then used that stolen police baton to force another officer away from his post and into a mob of rioters who proceeded to viciously attack him, leaving him bleeding from the head,” Sullivan wrote in the order.

After the attack, prosecutors said Sabol, who was born in Utica, New York, booked a flight from Boston Logan International Airport to Zurich, Switzerland, where he would not be able to be extradited to the U.S. He abandoned that plan and was arrested in New York after an apparent suicide attempt.

Sabol has been charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor counts stemming from the insurrection. Investigators say he told them he was trying to help the officer by “patting him on the back” and saying “we got you man.”

Sabol’s attorneys have argued for his release, noting that he does not have a criminal history, and he had steady employment and the support of family. They also said he now understands he was lied to about the 2020 election being stolen, and he was caught up in the frenzy of the crowd during the attack on the Capitol.

Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Man jailed for drunken attack

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Raukawa Knight (42) was heavily intoxicated at the Brockville home he shared with his mother on January 13, the Dunedin District Court heard yesterday.

After becoming angry over the deteriorating state of his relationship, he started to destroy items including a TV and PlayStation.

His mother, fearing for her safety, called police.

In the meantime, Knight walked next door to a home occupied by recent arrivals from Syria.

He approached one of them, a slight 74-year-old woman, who was in the front yard and grabbed her from behind in a bear hug.

He then placed both his hands around her neck and kissed her on the cheek before returning home.

The woman retreated inside, fearing for her safety.

About 10 minutes later, Knight returned to the property and began banging on the front door, leaving only when confronted and pushed away.

By the time police arrived, Knight was inside his house.

When police called for him to come to the front door, smashing sounds could be heard. He emerged, kneeled on the front lawn and put his hands behind his head.

But when an officer attempted to handcuff him, he resisted multiple times.

It took four police officers to physically restrain him enough for him to be handcuffed. He then refused to walk or stand, becoming a "dead weight" officers had to carry to the police car, where he struggled against police again.

Once inside the car, he kicked a police officer on the leg before repeatedly challenging him to a fight and attempting to bite him on the arm.

He later told police he was remorseful about the attack on his neighbour, but said he was too drunk to remember what had happened.

Counsel John Westgate said Knight’s assault had no sexual intent.

Knight had issues with alcohol that needed to be addressed, and he submitted that a sentence of intensive supervision would be appropriate.

But that was not tough enough for Judge Kevin Phillips.

In sentencing Knight, Judge Phillips said the attack had a major psychological impact on the victim, who did not speak English and did not know what Knight’s intentions were.

He was "alarmed" a sentence of supervision had been suggested for "drunken and violent conduct".

He sentenced Knight to nine months’ prison, with leave to apply for a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme.


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