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Syracuse Post Standard (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Syracuse, New YorkM o n d a Yaj u n e 82 0 1 5 classified. B 5 comics. A 7 sports. Section b Post Standard Bonus. C 1 Bonus Content for members Only. Go to Syracuse. Com Poplus � 2015 the Post Standard 75 62 More humid Breezy with t storms. Details b 6 $ 1.00 escaped murderers still on the Lam prison officials cant explain How the convicts obtained Power tools used to Cut their Way out a Loo k at Lebron s by g night b 1 Broad Way stars Shine at ton y awards a 2 unstoppable associated press Dannemora the brother of a slain sheriffs Deputy had forgotten the names of those involved in the killing More than a decade ago. Then came a daring prison break two convicted murderers hid dummies in their Beds and used Power tools to Cut their Way to Freedom. The cunning escape from an Northern new York prison on saturday had hundreds of local state and Federal Law enforcement officers searching for one of the Deputy is killers and another Man imprisoned for dismembering his Boss. Richard Matt and David sweat staged what gov. Andrew Cuomo called a really elaborate sophisticated operation that ended at a manhole cover blocks away from the prison. The men had filled their Beds inside the Clinton correctional facility with clothes to appear As though they were sleeping Cut into steel steam pipes and shimmied out of the prison. On one pipe Cut in the escape investigators found a note with a crude asian caricature along with the words have a Nice Day. Sweat 34, is serving a sentence of life without parole after he was convicted of first degree murder for killing a sheriffs Deputy in Broome county on july 4, 2002. Matt 48, is serving a sentence of 25 years to life for the kidnapping dismemberment and killing of his former Boss in 1997. Steven Tarsia brother of Deputy Kevin Tarsia said finding out his Brothers killer had escaped turns your world upside Down All Over again. He said just the other Day he had been trying to remember the names of the men responsible for his Brothers death and i remember their names. All of a sudden i remember them again he said. Tarsia told the associated press on sunday he imagine How the men could have gotten Power tools and escaped without help but i dont know Why anybody would help them. Cuomo said it was impossible to believe nobody heard the noise of the tools. They were heard they had to be heard Cuomo told abcs Good morning America on sunday. Sprinters in High heels women and men toe the starting line above and right for the stiletto 50 Yard dash As part of the fourth annual Socci stiletto Stampede sunday at Welch Allyn in Skaneateles Falls. The Charity race in memory of Auburn resident and nurse Katie Socci who was murdered raises Money to help Domestic violence victims. A 5k run and after party followed the dash. Stiletto Stampede photos by Dennis Nett / Nett Syracuse. Com by Marnie Eisenstadt Eisenstadt Syracuse. Com an Indiana company and its owner scammed 2,000 new yorkers who wanted to become nurses according to a lawsuit filed by state attorney general Eric Schneider mans office. The lawsuit filed in Albany county supreme court accuses the College network and its owner Gary Eyler of convincing prospective students that it was affiliated with Excelsior College an accredited College in Albany. Students were told that they could get a nursing degree in 18 months. They were also sold ineffective study guides for thousands of dollars according to the suit. Sales representatives would convince people to pay for the study guides and online academic advisers which often Cost As much As $ 10,000. But the study guides were not helpful and the academic advisers had no expertise in the subject matter. When students took the required exams through the unaffiliated Excelsior College most were unable to pass according the lawsuit. But they were left saddled with thousands in debt. Eyler the person who runs the College network also owns the collection Agency that tried to recoup students defaulted Loans according to the suit. The College network issued a statement accusing Schneiderman and his staff of making false claims. Or. Schneider mans by obviating statements Are the real false advertising in this Case. The Law is Clear and we have done nothing unlawful said the statement issued by Law firm Harris Beach on behalf of the College network. The statement said the conduct of Schneider mans staff while investigating the College network was so egregious that the College network filed a complaint with the states joint commission on Public ethics. Students who think they were duped by the company can file a complaint with the Ages office online or at 1 800 771 7755. A fake College scammed thousands of nursing students celebrate the Flag and everything it symbolizes about our country As Flag Day approaches june 14. Our online Section on Flag etiquette covers the history behind our Flag and the u. S. Flag code the proper Way to display and handle the Flag As Well As disposal. C 1 8 Gold members in the Post standards loyalty program have Access to this online Only Content in to Days Post Standard. Subscribe or activate your membership at Syracuse. Com Poplus. Membership for old glory fans of All stripes is plus the Best part of being on the Ocean for weeks at a time says Sonya Baumstein is the stars. The worst being wet All the time. Baumstein an athlete from Orlando fla., set out sunday in her custom designed Rowboat from Choshi Japan a port East of Tokyo headed for san Francisco. She rowed out of the Marina hoping to finish the 6,000 mile journey by late september and become the first woman to Row Solo across the Pacific. Only three other rowboats have made the journey and no woman has Ever done it alone. Associated press adventurer woman sets out on 6,000 mile Pacific crossing by Rowboat american rower Sonya Baumstein from Orlando fla., leaves Choshi Marina in Choshi a port East of Tokyo on sunday headed for san Francisco. A photo / Shizuo Kambayashi View a photo gallery from the Siletto Stampede at Syracuse. Com photos gov. Cuomo announces a Reward for the capture of the escaped prisoners. A 4 prisoners Page a 4

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