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Tampa man found not guilty of fatally shooting wife’s lover, whom he thought was raping his spouse

Last Updated: 12:38 PM, May 31, 2013

TAMPA — A jury said 70-year-old Vietnam veteran Ralph Wald is not guilty of shooting and killing 32-year-old Walter Conley. Wald faced second-degree murder charges.

Prosecutors said Wald heard his wife and Conley having sex in their house, grabbed his gun, and shot Conley in cold blood. But Wald said he thought his wife was being raped.

Wald said on the night of the shooting, he heard a noise and looked toward living room. He said he thought his wife was being raped. Wald said he went and got his gun, fired and shots and didn’t bother to check IDs to see who he was shooting at.

He said he just wanted to protect his wife. Wald said he fired three shots, then checked to see if his wife was okay. Wald said at the end of the day, he has no regrets.

“If the same thing happened again, I would do the same thing,” Wald said. “I didn’t think I did anything wrong. I allegedly said, ‘I have a problem, I’ll take care of it.’ I’ll own that. I will own that statement. I had a problem, I found someone raping my wife. I took care of it. I got a gun and I shot him. And I’m not trying to hide that from anybody. I said it to the 911, I said it to the two police detectives….I’ve been telling the truth.”

His wife Johnna Lynn Flores told reporters Wald has forgiven her and the two plan to celebrate his acquittal at Waffle House.

“Because my husband puts me first, he’s taking me to the Waffle House,” Flores said, according to Tampa Bay Times.

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DEA NEWS: MANSSOR ARBABSIAR

GETS 25 YEARS IN PLOT TO KILL SAUDI AMBASSADOR

DEA informant approached in terror scheme

DEA Administrator Michele M. Leonhart today announced that announced that MANSSOR ARBABSIAR, a/k/a “Mansour Arbabsiar,” was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court to 25 years in prison for participating in a plot to murder the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the U.S., while the Ambassador was in the U.S.

ARBABSIAR, a 58 – year-old naturalized U.S. citizen holding both Iranian and U.S. passports, was arrested on September 29, 2011 at John F. Kennedy International Airport. He pled guilty on October 17, 2012 to one count of murder-for hire, one count of conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire, and one count of conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism transcending national boundaries before U.S. District Judge John F. Keenan, who also imposed today’s sentence.

This case started when Arbabsiar approached a DEA informant in Mexico in an attempt to hatch this act of terror. To read more about Arbabsiar’s arrest in 2011 click here: http://www.justice.gov/dea/divisions/hq/2011/hq101111.shtml

“As DEA has repeatedly shown, terrorists often look to drug trafficking to finance their violent, deadly pursuits,” said DEA Administrator Michele M. Leonhart. “Our intelligence and operational capabilities and our vast network of informants across the globe enabled us to thwart this terror plot before it could materialize. As a result of DEA’s decisive action and the work of our partners, we are safer here and abroad, and Mr. Arbabsiar’s terror scheme will never become a reality.”

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara stated: “Manssor Arbabsiar was an enemy among

us – the key conduit for, and facilitator of, a nefarious international plot concocted by members

of the Iranian military to assassinate the Saudi Ambassador to the United States and as many

innocent bystanders as necessary to get the job done. And but for the vigilance of our FBI and

DEA partners, his plot, and the unspeakable harm it would have caused, may well have come to

fruition, which is exactly why our commitment to using every resource we have to root out,

prosecute and punish people like Arbabsiar, who act as emissaries for our enemies, remains

unflagging.”

Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin stated: “Thanks to

the collaborative efforts of many U.S. law enforcement and intelligence professionals, Manssor

Arbabsiar is today being held accountable for his role in this assassination plot. I applaud all

those responsible for ensuring that Arbabsiar and his co-conspirators in Iran’s Qods Force failed

in their efforts. Today’s sentencing serves as a reminder of the evolving threat environment we

face.”

According to the Complaint and Indictment filed in Manhattan federal court:

From the spring of 2011 to October 2011, ARBABSIAR and his Iran-based co-conspirators,

including members of Iran’s Qods Force, plotted the murder of the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the U.S.

In furtherance of this conspiracy, ARBABSIAR met on a number of occasions in Mexico with a DEA

confidential source (“CS-1”) who posed as an associate of a violent international drug trafficking cartel.

ARBABSIAR arranged to hire CS-1 and CS-1’s purported accomplices to murder the Ambassador with

the awareness and approval of his Iran-based co-conspirators. ARBABSIAR wired approximately

$100,000 to a bank account in the U.S. as a down payment to CS-1 for the anticipated killing of the

Ambassador, which was to take place in the U.S, also with the approval of his co-conspirators.

The Qods Force is a branch of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (the “IRGC”),

which conducts sensitive covert operations abroad, including terrorist attacks, assassinations, and

kidnappings, and is believed to have sponsored attacks against Coalition Forces in Iraq. In October 2007,

the U.S. Treasury Department designated the Qods Force as a terrorist supporter for providing material

support to the Taliban and other terrorist organizations.

ARBABSIAR met with CS-1 in Mexico on several occasions between May 2011 and July 2011.

During the course of these meetings, he inquired as to CS-1’s knowledge with respect to explosives and

explained that he was interested in, among other things, attacking an embassy of Saudi Arabia and the

murder of the Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. In a July 14, 2011 meeting in Mexico, CS-1 told

ARBABSIAR that he would need to use at least four men to carry out the Ambassador’s murder and that

his price for doing so was $1.5 million. ARBABSIAR agreed and stated that the murder of the

Ambassador should be handled first, before the execution of other attacks that he had discussed with CS-

1. ARBABSIAR also indicated that he and his associates had $100,000 in Iran to give CS-1 as a first

payment toward the assassination.

During the same meeting, ARBABSIAR also described to CS-1 his cousin in Iran, who he said

had requested that ARBABSIAR find someone to carry out the Ambassador’s assassination.

ARBABSIAR indicated that his cousin was a “big general” in the Iranian military; that he focuses on

matters outside of Iran, and that he had taken certain unspecified actions related to a bombing in Iraq.

In a July 17, 2011 meeting in Mexico, CS-1 noted to ARBABSIAR that one of his workers had

already traveled to Washington, D.C., to surveil the Ambassador. CS-1 also raised the possibility of

innocent bystander casualties. ARBABSIAR made it clear that the assassination needed to go forward,

despite mass casualties, telling CS-1, “They want that guy [the Ambassador] done [killed], if the hundred

go with him f**k ‘em.” CS-1 and ARBABSIAR discussed bombing a restaurant in the U.S. that the

Ambassador frequented. When CS-1 noted that others could be killed in the attack, including U.S.

senators who dine at the restaurant, ARBABSIAR dismissed these concerns as “no big deal.”

On August 1 and August 9, 2011, ARBABSIAR caused two overseas wire transfers totaling

approximately $100,000 to be sent to an FBI undercover account as a down payment for CS-1 to carry out

the assassination. Later, ARBABSIAR explained to CS-1 that he would provide the remainder of the

$1.5 million after the assassination. On September 20, 2011, CS-1 told ARBABSIAR that the operation

was ready and requested that he either pay one half the agreed upon price ($1.5 million) for the murder or

that ARBABSIAR personally travel to Mexico as collateral for the final payment of the fee.

ARBABSIAR agreed to travel to Mexico to guarantee final payment for the murder.

On September 28, 2011, ARBABSIAR flew to Mexico, and he was refused entry into the country

and placed on a return flight destined for his last point of departure. The following day, ARBABSIAR

was arrested by federal agents during a flight layover at JFK International Airport in New York. Several

hours after his arrest, ARBABSIAR was advised of his Miranda rights and he agreed to waive those

rights and speak with law enforcement agents. During a series of Mirandized interviews, ARBABSIAR

confessed to his participation in the murder plot.

In addition, ARBABSIAR admitted to agents that, in connection with this plot, he was recruited,

funded, and directed by men he understood to be senior officials in Iran’s Qods Force. He said these

Iranian officials were aware of, and approved of, the use of CS-1 in connection with the plot, as well as

payments to CS-1, the means by which the Ambassador would be killed in the U.S., and the casualties

that would likely result.

ARBABSIAR also told agents that his cousin, whom he had long understood to be a senior

member of the Qods Force, had approached him in the early spring of 2011 about recruiting narcotraffickers

to kidnap the Ambassador. He told agents that he then met with CS-1 in Mexico and discussed

assassinating the Ambassador. ARBABSIAR said that afterwards, he met several times in Iran with

Gholam Shakuri, a/k/a “Ali Gholam Shakuri,” a co-conspirator and Iran-based member of the Qods

Force, and another senior Qods Force official, where ARBABSIAR explained that the plan was to blow

up a restaurant in the U.S. frequented by the Ambassador and that numerous bystanders would be killed.

According to Arbabsiar, the plan was approved by these officials.

In October 2011, after his arrest, ARBABSIAR made phone calls at the direction of law

enforcement to Shakuri in Iran that were monitored. During these calls, Shakuri confirmed that

ARBABSIAR should move forward with the plot to murder the Ambassador and that he should

accomplish the task as quickly as possible, stating on October 5, 2011, “[j]ust do it quickly, it’s late…”

Shakuri also told ARBABSIAR that he would consult with his superiors about whether they would be

willing to pay CS-1 additional money. Shakuri, who was also charged in the plot, remains at large.

* * *

In addition to the prison term, Judge Keenan sentenced ARBABSIAR to three years of supervised

release. ARBABSIAR was also ordered to pay forfeiture in the amount of $125,000 and a $300 special

assessment fee.

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Murder-Optimized

DEA Helps Foil Iranian Terror Plot

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Drug Enforcement Administration and other federal law enforcement officials announced that an elaborate scheme to murder the Saudi Ambassador to the United States with explosives was foiled, thanks to the work of a DEA-led investigation. Two individuals have been charged in New York for their alleged participation in the plot.

A criminal complaint filed in the Southern District of New York charges Manssor Arbabsiar, a 56-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen holding both Iranian and U.S. passports, and Gholam Shakuri, an Iran-based member of Iran’s Qods Force, which is a special operations unit of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) that is said to sponsor and promote terrorist activities abroad.

Both defendants are charged with conspiracy to murder a foreign official; conspiracy to engage in foreign travel and use of interstate and foreign commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire; conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction (explosives); and conspiracy to commit an act of international terrorism transcending national boundaries. Arbabsiar is further charged with an additional count of foreign travel and use of interstate and foreign commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire.

Shakuri remains at large. Arbabsiar was arrested on Sept. 29, 2011, at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and will make his initial appearance today before in federal court in Manhattan. He faces a maximum potential sentence of life in prison if convicted of all the charges.

The Alleged Plot

The criminal complaint alleges that, from the spring of 2011 to October 2011, Arbabsiar and his Iran-based co-conspirators, including Shakuri of the Qods Force, have been plotting the murder of the Saudi Ambassador to the United States. In furtherance of this conspiracy, Arbabsiar allegedly met on a number of occasions in Mexico with a DEA confidential source (CS-1) who has posed as an associate of a violent international drug trafficking cartel. According to the complaint, Arbabsiar arranged to hire CS-1 and CS-1’s purported accomplices to murder the Ambassador, and Shakuri and other Iran-based co-conspirators were aware of and approved the plan. With Shakuri’s approval, Arbabsiar has allegedly caused approximately $100,000 to be wired into a bank account in the United States as a down payment to CS-1 for the anticipated killing of the Ambassador, which was to take place in the United States.

According to the criminal complaint, the IRCG is an arm of the Iranian military that is composed of a number of branches, one of which is the Qods Force. The Qods Force conducts sensitive covert operations abroad, including terrorist attacks, assassinations and kidnappings, and is believed to sponsor attacks against Coalition Forces in Iraq. In October 2007, the U.S. Treasury Department designated the Qods Force for providing material support to the Taliban and other terrorist organizations.

The complaint alleges that Arbabsiar met with CS-1 in Mexico on May 24, 2011, where Arbabsiar inquired as to CS-1’s knowledge with respect to explosives and explained that he was interested in, among other things, attacking an embassy of Saudi Arabia. In response, CS-1 allegedly indicated that he was knowledgeable with respect to C-4 explosives. In June and July 2011, the complaint alleges, Arbabsiar returned to Mexico and held additional meetings with CS-1, where Arbabsiar explained that his associates in Iran had discussed a number of violent missions for CS-1 and his associates to perform, including the murder of the Ambassador.

$1.5 Million Fee for Alleged Assassination

In a July 14, 2011, meeting in Mexico, CS-1 allegedly told Arbabsiar that he would need to use four men to carry out the Ambassador’s murder and that his price for carrying out the murder was $1.5 million. Arbabsiar allegedly agreed and stated that the murder of the Ambassador should be handled first, before the execution of other attacks. Arbabsiar also allegedly indicated he and his associates had $100,000 in Iran to pay CS-1 as a first payment toward the assassination and discussed the manner in which that payment would be made.

During the same meeting, Arbabsiar allegedly described to CS-1 his cousin in Iran, who he said had requested that Arbabsiar find someone to carry out the Ambassador’s assassination. According to the complaint, Arbabsiar indicated that his cousin was a “big general” in the Iranian military; that he focuses on matters outside Iran and that he had taken certain unspecified actions related to a bombing in Iraq.

In a July 17, 2011, meeting in Mexico, CS-1 noted to Arbabsiar that one of his workers had already traveled to Washington, D.C., to surveill the Ambassador. CS-1 also raised the possibility of innocent bystander casualties. The complaint alleges that Arbabsiar made it clear that the assassination needed to go forward, despite mass casualties, telling CS-1, “They want that guy [the Ambassador] done [killed], if the hundred go with him f**k ‘em.” CS-1 and Arbabsiar allegedly discussed bombing a restaurant in the United States that the Ambassador frequented. When CS-1 noted that others could be killed in the attack, including U.S. senators who dine at the restaurant, Arbabsiar allegedly dismissed these concerns as “no big deal.”

On Aug. 1, and Aug. 9, 2011, with Shakuri’s approval, Arbabsiar allegedly caused two overseas wire transfers totaling approximately $100,000 to be sent to an FBI undercover account as a down payment for CS-1 to carry out the assassination. Later, Arbabsiar allegedly explained to CS-1 that he would provide the remainder of the $1.5 million after the assassination. On Sept. 20, 2011, CS-1 allegedly told Arbabsiar that the operation was ready and requested that Arbabsiar either pay one half of the agreed upon price ($1.5 million) for the murder or that Arbabsiar personally travel to Mexico as collateral for the final payment of the fee. According to the complaint, Arbabsiar agreed to travel to Mexico to guarantee final payment for the murder.

Arrest and Alleged Confession

On or about Sept. 28, 2011, Arbabsiar flew to Mexico. Arbabsiar was refused entry into Mexico by Mexican authorities and, according to Mexican law and international agreements; he was placed on a return flight destined for his last point of departure. On Sept. 29, 2011, Arbabsiar was arrested by federal agents during a flight layover at JFK International Airport in New York. Several hours after his arrest, Arbabsiar was advised of his Mirandarights and he agreed to waive those rights and speak with law enforcement agents. During a series of Mirandizedinterviews, Arbabsiar allegedly confessed to his participation in the murder plot.

According to the complaint, Arbabsiar also admitted to agents that, in connection with this plot, he was recruited, funded and directed by men he understood to be senior officials in Iran’s Qods Force. He allegedly said these Iranian officials were aware of and approved of the use of CS-1 in connection with the plot; as well as payments to CS-1; the means by which the Ambassador would be killed in the United States and the casualties that would likely result.

Arbabsiar allegedly told agents that his cousin, who he had long understood to be a senior member of the Qods Force, had approached him in the early spring of 2011 about recruiting narco-traffickers to kidnap the Ambassador. Arbabsiar told agents that he then met with the CS-1 in Mexico and discussed assassinating the Ambassador. According to the complaint, Arbabsiar said that, afterwards, he met several times in Iran with Shakuri and another senior Qods Force official, where he explained that the plan was to blow up a restaurant in the United States frequented by the Ambassador and that numerous bystanders could be killed, according to the complaint. The plan was allegedly approved by these officials.

In October 2011, according to the complaint, Arbabsiar made phone calls at the direction of law enforcement to Shakuri in Iran that were monitored. During these phone calls, Shakuri allegedly confirmed that Arbabsiar should move forward with the plot to murder the Ambassador and that he should accomplish the task as quickly as possible, stating on Oct. 5, 2011, “[j]ust do it quickly, it’s late . . .” The complaint alleges that Shakuri also told Arbabsiar that he would consult with his superiors about whether they would be willing to pay CS-1 additional money.

This investigation is being conducted by the FBI Houston Division and DEA Houston Division, with assistance from the FBI New York Joint Terrorism Task Force. The prosecution is being handled by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Glen Kopp and Edward Kim, of the Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, with assistance from the Counterterrorism Section of the Justice Department’s National Security Division. The Office of International Affairs of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and the U.S. State Department provided substantial assistance. We thank the government of Mexico for its close coordination and collaboration in this matter, and for its role in ensuring that the defendant was safely apprehended.

The charges contained in a criminal complaint are mere allegations and defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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10 BENEFITS OF DRINKING LEMON WATER

10 Benefits Of Drinking Lemon Water

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Lemon water can be very helpful for your body, i.e. it can detoxify your body. There are many health benefits of lemons that have been known for centuries.

The two biggest are lemons’ strong antibacterial, antiviral, and immune-boosting powers and their use as a weight loss aid because lemon juice is a digestive aid and liver cleanser. Lemons contain many substances–notably citric acid, calcium, magnesium, vitamin C, bioflavonoids, pectin, and limonene–that promote immunity and fight infection.

Listed below are the amazing benefits that come along with drinking just one cup of hot lemon water each morning. It’s as simple as boiling a pot of water, and adding a slice of lemon!

1. Helps with weight loss – Lemons are rich in pectin fiber, which reduces hunger.

2. Better digestion – Lemon juice helps to discharge waste materials, by stimulating the liver to secrete acids needed for digestion.

3. Cleans the skin – Vitamin C reduces the pores and disadvantages of skin. Water with lemon cleans the toxins from the blood that affects on the skin to be healthy.

4. Improves the immune system – because of the vitamin C, which is excellent in fighting colds. Also contains potassium, which stimulates brain, nerves and blood pressure control.

5. Reduces respiratory problems – hot water with lemon to stop cough and will facilitate breathing, especially in people with asthma and allergies

6. Balances pH – Lemon has to be one of the most alkaline foods. If you want to reduce the acidity in your body you should drink lemon water. Although lemon contains citric acid that did not create acidity in the body.

7. An excellent diuretic – Lemon accelerates the excretion of urine and thereby cleans the body of toxins. The urinary tract is healthier when is regularly cleaned.

8. Due to the large amount of vitamin C, lemon water is used in the treatment of infections, wounds, allergies and sore throat.

9. Instead of coffee – Although no caffeine, is an excellent replacement for your morning coffee.

10.Refreshes your breath, relieves toothache and inflammation of gums – but beware! Citric acid erodes tooth enamel.

TOO MUCH TO FORGIVE?

Forgiveness

She broke my heart, but I can’t stop loving her
Dear Taiwo,
I believe I can count on you to help me out of this predicament I am in. I believe love is a sweet thing and it is the best thing that can happen to anybody. But my girlfriend of over six years just proved me wrong. She gave me a bitter pill to swallow recently which gave me a different outlook to life entirely.

I am 26 years old and I finished my youth service (NYSC) in July last year. Fortunately, to the glory of God, I secured a job with a federal hospital in November. With this, I felt I was on the road to a good future with the woman I love but she shattered my dreams.

She is 25 years old and we have dated for about six years, her confession confused me and at the same time made me sad because it showed me that I never knew the lady I had been with all these years. I thought she loved me and was faithful to me like I have always been to her, but I was very wrong.

One fateful evening, recently, she paid me a visit. We were talking generally when I returned from work and all of a sudden she started crying.

I was shocked because what we were discussing did not warrant any form of cry. I tried to calm her down so that she could talk. Eventually, she started by pleading with me to forgive her. “What for?”, I asked. She then confessed to me that she had cheated on me several times, and that she was dating three other guys alongside me. She confessed to going to their houses and having sex with them exactly the way she does with me.

I was shocked and I asked why? Her answer shocked me the more because she said she does not love me, because if she does, she wouldn’t have dated these other guys nor had sex with them.

She also said that she dated and had sex regularly with a seminarian which led to the expulsion of the guy from the seminary. She went ahead to tell me about other sex partners she kept too.

This is a lady I invested so much in, my time, money and emotions. I trusted her so much and I loved her too.

At the initial stage when I started dating her, my mother did not like her, but I made sure I brought them together and made my mother promise to treat her the way she would treat me.

As an only child, my mother would do anything for me; anything that would make me happy. Now, see what she has done, would it be fair if I told my mother what she did?
Although, I don’t know why she told me all these, but she said she regretted every action and she wanted me to forgive her. I was shocked by her revelation. I am also sad because I still love her. It is very strange, but I love her so much. The problem now is that I cannot trust her one bit again, so it becomes difficult for me to continue with her, though sad. But there is no way I would forget all what she told me, and the moment I remember, I cannot see myself having anything to do with her again.

I asked her to leave after telling me all these and I told her without mincing words that I cannot continue with our relationship again. She has since been pleading with me. At a level, she solicited my mother’s help, although she did not tell her my reason for calling off our relationship. My mum has since been on my neck to take her back. I wonder how she would feel if I let her know why I decided not to have anything to do with her again.

Should I tell my mother? How can I stop loving her? Please, help me.
Tony.

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