New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 9, 2011, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 09, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas States wei^ Daylee’s Law* TAUAHA88EE,Ri.(AP) Lawmakers outraged over Casey Anthony's ax quittal have responded by proposing so-ealled Caylee's laws that would allow prosecutors to bring felony charges against parents who do not quickly report missing children The nt'w measures were triggered/at least in part, by an online petition that had more than 700,000 signatures Friday, Lawmakers in at least a dozen or so states have already floated proposals reacting to the verdict. In June 2008, Anthony's 2-year-old daughter Caylee was last set'n at the Orlando home she shared with her mom and her maternal grandparents. For the next month, Casey Anthony, then 22, left her parents' house and spent most of her time with friends, shopping and partying, tel I i ng her family ana others that Caylee was with an i magi nary na nny. Anthony's mother called detectives when Anthony could not produce her child. Anthony told investigators she hadn't called them because the nanny had kidnapped the child and she had been conducting her own search, two of the numerous lies she told investigators. Cc'ntrc)Med Providing Quality, Affordable Medical & Dental Care to the New Braunfels Community - 3 Coni/tHmit Locailom to You. ~ ( <Hint\ I iiM* (linic 10 ?4 W C ounty I ine Rd. New Brauntcis, TX 781 id ta MM Now Offering OB/GYN Services! San Antonio Street Clinii 1 () 14 W. San Antonio Street Now Brauntcis, TX 781 U) mO) t>OH-r>7!5 Schedule Your Appointment Today! Ac i cpting M('(iic<iifi. ( HtP .ind most Priv.Ue Insurant t>s F(*t's .idjusted tor uninsured patients. House of Hope Dental Clinic 256 Krueger Avc Now Braunfels, TX 781 iO iHIO) (*2U-()29‘> New Dental Clinic Now Open! nr R.indjll Dêvis. MO. 06fC\N .indDr Ijiirj Duncjn AiD, OR/(,YN [)r Angelica McHugh. DDS LUNUÛNTVvo arretted in U.K. hacking scandal Prime Minister David Cameron's ............. ' - former communications chief and an €*x-royal reporter were arrested Friday in a phone hacking and police corrupt ion scandal that has already toppled a major tabloid and rattled the cozy relationship between British politicians and the powerful Murd(x:h media enii)ire. Tne 168-year-old muckraking tabloid News of the Associated Press World was shut down Thursday after being engulfeci by allegations its journalists paid police for Information and hacked into phone messages. Its last publication day is Sunday, WA9HMGT0NIMF agrees to give Greece $4.2 billion The International Monetary Fund approved on Friday just over $4.2 billion tor Greece, the latest i nsta11 ment of a rescue package aimed at helfring the country pull back from an impt'ndingdebt default. It comes after a de( ision last week by eurozone financ e ministers to give Greece their portion of a $17.4 billion payment. L08 ANGELES Man faces stowaway cliarges after arrest A Nigerian American has been indicted on federal stowaway charges after authori-ties say he breached three layers of airport security when he got on a crosscountry flight with an expired boarding pass. A federal grand jury in Los Angeles returned a two-count indictment Friday against 24-year-old Oluwaseun Noibi. He faces up to 1 .S years in prison if convicted. Noibi's puhfii defender declined comment. PORTLAND, Ore. Men stranded 5 days at sea bacit on land Two fishermen who spent five days lost at sea after their boat lost power Associated Press off the Oregon coast are safely back ashore. Coast Guard officials said Friday they towed the 40-foot fishing vessel to Florence, about 135 miles south of where it was reported adrift. NEW YORK Suing an option for Strauss-Kahn accuser The hotel maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of trying to rape her wants her day tn court, her lawyer has said. She still could get it, even if prosec utors dec ide to drop the criminal case amid what thc‘y say are doubts tvbout her trustworthiness. Regardless of what happens in the criminal case, the woman could pursue her claim in a civi lawsuit, a route taken suc cessfully by some after high-profile ( riminal cases ended without a conviction. While the housekeeper's credibility would still be an issue, different legal standards for civil and criminal cases could give her claims a chance- DO.THEIIIATH^AUSTIN!! Htfl CUTEXAS 9906IH-39 SOUTH « ON THE MOTOR MILE IN AUSTIN SOUTH'POINT877.398.1985 BFT run PRICE, B6TTPM PAYMENT. BETTf « ftCRVICI mo A» WAY» MORE FOR YOU» TRApriSOUTHPOINTKIA.COM ;