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Sherburne County District Court Judge Thomas Hayes has ruled that the case would proceed as an "extended jurisdiction juvenile proceeding. At the lecture entitled ‘Transforming Nigeria’s educational System: Looking back and looking forward, It is just that they are not as reckless as I am. because some things you just can’t put a price on." Lara Trump says. under the rainbow,C. where conservators confirmed their authenticity after an extensive examination of the slippers’ construction materials and wearUS Attorney Chris Myers of North Dakota was assigned by the US Department of Justice to assist in the investigation and handle any prosecutions Officials declined to address why Myers was assigned to the case or whether the state had any connection to the investigationMyers said the theft of art and other cultural artifacts is “rampant” with about 8000 stolen items listed by the FBI“There’s a certain romance to these types of schemes and sometimes sophistication but at the end of the day it’s a theft” Myers said “These types of offenses not only deprive the owner of the property but all of us This type of cultural property is important to us as a society It reflects on our culture it holds our memories it reflects our values”There are four pairs of ruby slippers used during filming known to survive today One is at the Smithsonian — Johnson said that has been a constant source of misguided tips over the years — while one was donated to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the other is privately owned and not on displayThe ruby slippers were nearly at the end of a 10-week loan to the Judy Garland Museum when they were stolen sometime in the overnight hours of Aug 27-28 in 2005 Shattered glass and a red sequin were all that were left after an emergency exit door window and the slippers’ glass case were broken It was later discovered that the museum’s alarm system hadn’t been set properly to notify a private security firmThe brazen theft has continued to captivate Garland’s hometown the state and the arts community for 13 years The police department received tips from around the world a dive team searched Tioga Mine Pit in 2015 and an anonymous fan offered a $1 million reward for information leading to the slippers’ recoveryJohnson said his investigation has been further complicated by the fact that there have been many reproductions made over the years requiring that the authenticity of the slippers be verified by experts“When the slippers were snatched in the early morning burglary the thieves not only took the slippers they took a piece of history that will be forever connected to Grand Rapids and one of our city’s most famous children” Johnson said “We were confident this day would come and we are grateful to the FBI and all those who worked to bring this piece of cinematic treasure out of the shadows and into the light”Rhys Thomas author of the 1989 book “The Ruby Slippers of Oz” has followed the case and kept in touch with the Grand Rapids Police Department over the years He flew out from Los Angeles to be one of the first to get a look at the relic“It took me by surprise” he said “Thirteen years goes by you don’t expect anything to happen that quickly And then all of a sudden here they are”It remains unclear what will happen with the slippers now that they have been found Michael Shaw who owned the slippers and had them on loan to the museum previously accepted an $880000 payout from the insurance company to compensate for the lossThe FBI said the slippers would likely now be worth several million dollars if put up for auctionAnyone with information about the theft or extortion plot is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or online at tipsfbigov Tips can be anonymousIraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the deployment of such aforcewas not acceptable without Iraq’s approval raising questions over how closely Washington coordinated the plan with Baghdad Powerful Shi’ite Muslim armed groups pledged tofightany new deployment of US? traders and hunters have been killed by the herdsmen in the area in the last few weeks”.:pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray: https://t. Obono-Obla said: “Anybody who has taken what doesn’t belong to him should return it back to Nigeria or else face being tracked down.

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