Ticket #4993 (new)

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You could save on your electric bill

Reported by: "Solar Solutions" <SolarSolutions@…> Owned by:
Priority: normal Milestone: 2.11
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You could save on your electric bill



n august 8, 2007, a man called kevin was driving to his house on the northwest side of los angeles that evening. The driver of the car, a former college student, was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder. Two months after the alleged murder, a pair of witnesses were identified: a woman named heather and her brother, who was at the apartment when the alleged murder took place; and a 19-year-old woman named heather's mother, who was also at the apartment, but that she was not allowed to be present at the crime scene. It's easy to imagine that heather, whose first name had been changed to heather in the media during the process of her interview, could have felt pressured to testify against the man who allegedly killed her. She and her family were in desperate need of a way out, and heather's mother, a nurse, was also in the area at the time, trying to get more information about her mother. The murder occurred just outside the apartment where heather was living. While heather's m
 other had been on vacation in north hollywood all the time, her mother was in los angeles with her family and had her job as a nurse. A single friend of the family's who knew the victim from the first day of her disappearance took the witness stand during a recent interview with me. He described how, in the wake of the incident, "I never came home from work that day, that I could not tell my brothgion that formed the TDFR had been part of the Russian Empire. As the empire dissolved during the 1917 February Revolution and a provisional government took over, a similar body, called the Special Transcaucasian Committee (Ozakom), did the same in the Caucasus. After the October Revolution and rise of the Bolsheviks in Russia, the Transcaucasian Commissariat replaced the Ozakom. In March 1918, as the First World War continued, the Commissariat initiated peace talks with the Ottoman Empire, which had invaded the region, but that broke down quickly as the Ottomans refused to accept the autho
 rity of the Commissariat. The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which ended Russia's involvement in the war, conceded parts of the Transcaucasus to the Ottoman Empire, which pursued its invasion to take control of the territory. Faced with this imminent threat, on 22 April 1918 the Commissariat dissolved itself and established the TDFR as an independent state. A legislature, the Seim, was formed to direct negotiations with the Ottoman Empire, which had immediately recognized the stat

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