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11alive.com | This child was found inside of a TV cabinet 29 years ago – WXIA

WAYCROSS, Ga. — Authorities hope new images can help identify a child found dead inside of a TV cabinet nearly 30 years ago.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation released new facial reconstruction for a child who was found 29 years in Ware County, Georgia.

On Dec. 21, 1988, the skeletal remains of the young girl were found off of a dirt road in Waycross, Ga. The remains were found inside an old TV cabinet and were wrapped in “many layers of concealment”. Investigators believe that the child had been dead for one to two months.

It’s believed that the child was an African-American female between 3 and 4 years old when she died. She had pierced ears and was found wearing a diaper, size four white thermal pajama bottoms and a white knit pullover shirt with a red pony emblem on the upper

Read more at: http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/missing-in-georgia/this-child-was-found-inside-of-a-tv-cabinet-29-years-ago/85-501380878

This child was found inside of a TV cabinet 29 years ago – WXIA

WAYCROSS, Ga. — Authorities hope new images can help identify a child found dead inside of a TV cabinet nearly 30 years ago.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation released new facial reconstruction for a child who was found 29 years in Ware County, Georgia.

On Dec. 21, 1988, the skeletal remains of the young girl were found off of a dirt road in Waycross, Ga. The remains were found inside an old TV cabinet and were wrapped in “many layers of concealment”. Investigators believe that the child had been dead for one to two months.

It’s believed that the child was an African-American female between 3 and 4 years old when she died. She had pierced ears and was found wearing a diaper, size four white thermal pajama bottoms and a white knit pullover shirt with a red pony emblem on the upper

Read more at: http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/missing-in-georgia/this-child-was-found-inside-of-a-tv-cabinet-29-years-ago/85-501380878

Suspects wanted for armed robbery inside Food Lion bathroom

 Food Lion robbery suspects

Food Lion robbery suspects

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Police are asking for the public’s help to identify two suspects wanted for a robbing a man inside a bathroom at a grocery store in Chesterfield County Sunday night.

Officers were called to the Food Lion at 9801 Chester Road at 9:32 p.m.

Lt. Don Story with Chesterfield Police said one of the suspects, who was armed with a handgun, robbed a man inside the bathroom.

Story said no one was injured.

Police said the two suspects, shown in a surveillance photo, fled the scene in a red, four-door car.

Anyone with information about the incident or the suspects is asked to call Chesterfield Police at 804-748-1251 or Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660.

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2017/12/10/person-robbed-at-food-lion-9801-chester-road/

Jim Carrey on losing himself inside Andy Kaufman

Jim Carrey sat in a Los Angeles hotel room on a recent evening explaining that he was not really Jim Carrey anymore — at least not in the way he once was.

“I use his name,” Carrey said, dressed all in black, his lanky frame folded onto a couch. “That’s the mailing address.”

But on a deeper level, the Carrey persona has fallen away. And now, at age 55, he is trying to live as much as possible without any mask or pretense and simply float through this vast, unending absurdity that is existence.

“There’s always going to be two worlds: the absolute and the relative,” Carrey said. “And the absolute is the understanding that there’s only one thing: There’s just a field of energy, and there’s no you or I involved. It’s just happening.”

For as long as he can remember, Carrey has been a seeker. As a kid in Canada, years

Read more at: https://www.theday.com/movies--tv/20171204/jim-carrey-on-losing-himself-inside-andy-kaufman

The Day – Jim Carrey on losing himself inside Andy Kaufman – News …

Jim Carrey sat in a Los Angeles hotel room on a recent evening explaining that he was not really Jim Carrey anymore — at least not in the way he once was.

“I use his name,” Carrey said, dressed all in black, his lanky frame folded onto a couch. “That’s the mailing address.”

But on a deeper level, the Carrey persona has fallen away. And now, at age 55, he is trying to live as much as possible without any mask or pretense and simply float through this vast, unending absurdity that is existence.

“There’s always going to be two worlds: the absolute and the relative,” Carrey said. “And the absolute is the understanding that there’s only one thing: There’s just a field of energy, and there’s no you or I involved. It’s just happening.”

For as long as he can remember, Carrey has been a seeker. As a kid in Canada, years

Read more at: https://www.theday.com/movies--tv/20171204/jim-carrey-on-losing-himself-inside-andy-kaufman

Inside Track: Is a Top Uber In-House Lawyer Caught Up in a Cover-Up?

Welcome to Inside Track, where we’re covering key issues for in-house lawyers, answering your pressing questions and keeping you in the know about what your colleagues are up to. This week, it’s Uber in the hot seat—again! And it’s looking pretty uncomfortable for the company’s deputy GC. Plus, confusion at the CFPB and jail time for an ex-GC.

I’m Jennifer Williams-Alvarez, covering in-house lawyering from New York City. As always, you can email me at jwilliams@alm.com or find me on Twitter at @jenkayw.


What’s happening –

 

HOLD UP. Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber was, until Tuesday, slated to go to trial next week in San Francisco federal court. That was before everything imploded and Uber’s deputy GC Angela Padilla (above) found herself defending serious charges that she helped keep a damaging document under wraps. You’re going to want to read this story by my colleague Caroline Spiezio about what happened today in court.

The letter. The drama centers on a letter

Read more at: https://www.law.com/sites/almstaff/2017/11/29/inside-track-is-a-top-uber-in-house-lawyer-caught-up-in-a-cover-up/

Jim Carrey on losing himself inside Andy Kaufman and reliving it for documentary

Jim Andy: The Great Beyond is now streaming on Netflix.

Jim Carrey sat in a Los Angeles hotel room on a recent evening explaining that he was not really Jim Carrey anymore – at least not in the way he once was.

“I use his name,” Carrey said, dressed all in black, his lanky frame folded onto a couch. “That’s the mailing address.”

But on a deeper level, the Carrey persona has fallen away. And now, at age 55, he is trying to live as much as possible without any mask or pretense and simply float through this vast, unending absurdity that

Read more at: https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/film/99265792/jim-carrey-on-losing-himself-inside-andy-kaufman-and-reliving-it-for-documentary

Jim Carrey on losing himself inside Andy Kaufman and why he …

Jim Carrey sat in a Los Angeles hotel room on a recent evening explaining that he was not really Jim Carrey anymore — at least not in the way he once was. 

“I use his name,” Carrey said, dressed all in black, his lanky frame folded onto a couch. “That’s the mailing address.” 

But on a deeper level, the Carrey persona has fallen away. And now, at age 55, he is trying to live as much as possible without any mask or pretense and simply float through this vast, unending absurdity that is existence. 

“There’s always going to be two worlds: the absolute and the relative,” Carrey said. “And the absolute is the understanding that there’s only one thing: There’s just a field of energy, and there’s no you or I involved. It’s just happening.” 

For as long as he can remember, Carrey has

Read more at: http://www.poconorecord.com/entertainmentlife/20171125/jim-carrey-on-losing-himself-inside-andy-kaufman-and-why-he-relived-it-for-documentary-jim-amp-andy

Jim Carrey on losing himself inside Andy Kaufman and why he …

Jim Carrey sat in a Los Angeles hotel room on a recent evening explaining that he was not really Jim Carrey anymore — at least not in the way he once was.

“I use his name,” Carrey said, dressed all in black, his lanky frame folded onto a couch. “That’s the mailing address.”

But on a deeper level, the Carrey persona has fallen away. And now, at 55, the actor is trying to live as much as possible without any kind of mask or pretense and simply float freely through this vast, unending absurdity that is existence.

“There’s always going to be two worlds: the absolute and the relative,” Carrey said. “And the absolute is the understanding that there’s only one thing: There’s just a field of energy, and there’s no you or I involved. It’s just happening.”

For as long as he can remember, Carrey has been a seeker. As a kid growing

Read more at: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-jim-and-andy-20171118-htmlstory.html

Jim Carrey on losing himself inside Andy Kaufman and why he relived it for the documentary ‘Jim & Andy’

Jim Carrey sat in a Los Angeles hotel room on a recent evening explaining that he was not really Jim Carrey anymore — at least not in the way he once was.

“I use his name,” Carrey said, dressed all in black, his lanky frame folded onto a couch. “That’s the mailing address.”

But on a deeper level, the Carrey persona has fallen away. And now, at 55, the actor is trying to live as much as possible without any kind of mask or pretense and simply float freely through this vast, unending absurdity that is existence.

“There’s always going to be two worlds: the absolute and the relative,” Carrey said. “And the absolute is the understanding that there’s only one thing: there’s just a field of energy, and there’s no you or I involved. It’s just happening.”

For as long as he can remember, Carrey has always been a seeker. As a kid

Read more at: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-jim-and-andy-20171118-htmlstory.html