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 • PLEASE explain this to me. Swapo leaders went into exile to launch the liberation struggle in order to ensure that every citizen of this country lives a better and dignified life. They are now in charge of the country but they are refusing to give us th
 • I PERSONALLY witnessed how corrupt certain staff members of the National Youth Service in Henties Bay are. We, the trainees are starving, while the staff are carting food off to their houses in the location, some to sell and others to give to their frie
 • MINISTER of Education David Namwandi, why do we San-speaking people or learners have to suffer like this? At some schools if the teacher is old or not treating learners and the community at large well he is forced to transfer or to retire. What I am see
 • I, MARITZ Garaxab lost my personal documents including a certificate of RCC joint venture, basic hospitality diploma, Grade 10 certificate and NWR testimonial. If found, please contact me on 0818619416.
 • I PSB and Adele lost my driver's licence in Okatana. If found, please contact me on 0817510744.
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FRONT PAGE | 2010-03-05
Patients try to keep appointments with jailed doc
COVINGTON - Patients of a northern Kentucky psychiatrist jailed on a charge he stabbed a woman with a sword have tried to keep appointments with him in jail.
Kenton County jail Chief Deputy Scott Colvin said deputies have had to turn away several patients of Douglas Rank, charged last month with first-degree assault in an attack on 32-year-old woman.
Colvin told the Kentucky Enquirer that some patients have asked if they could drop off Rank's prescription pad at the jail so he could write their prescriptions.
Colvin said the requests have been denied, as prisoners are not allowed to practice their trade in jail.
At a hearing on Tuesday, witnesses said the psychiatrist towered over his bloodied patient with a sword in both hands before he was distracted and had the weapon wrestled away from him. - Nampa-AP

         


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