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Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid Related Posts Why You Love Online Quizzes Google announced today that it is creating a new rendering engine, dubbed Blink, for the popular but controversial browser engine WebKit that powers browsers such as Chrome and Apple’s Safari. The move effectively “forks” WebKit, splitting up a common code base that Google and Apple, among others, had shared.Blink will be an open source part of Google’s Chromium project, one intended to simplify the architecture of WebKit and provide transparency to Google’s work on the standard.The move to create Blink has been in the works for several weeks, Google said. and originated among the engineers working on Google’s WebKit team. The problem was that the same WebKit code base supports different ports of WebKit, thus slowing everybody down. If Google were to have its own open source rendering engine, the pace of innovation could increase. Theoretically.“It has gotten to a point now where we think everybody could move faster if we didn’t have to share the same code base for these different architectures,” said Linus Upson, VP of engineering on Google’s Open Web Platform team. “There is some advantage to sharing the same code base and you get efficiency of scale from doing that but there is also the cost of supporting different browsers, different ports, different architectures.”Addressing the WebKit MonocultureSeveral weeks ago, browser maker Opera said that it was ditching its own custom-built rendering engine Presto and going to WebKit and Chromium. This caused a minor firestorm among Web developers, particularly those afraid that Web competing Web standards were going to be a thing of the past and the standard would become WebKit by default. The argument was that other rendering engines, like Mozilla’s Gecko for Firefox and Microsoft’s Trident for Internet Explorer, would get pushed out of the market, especially in mobile.Also, if WebKit had a monopoly on the Web, upstart browser makers using different rendering engine standards could be stifled.By creating Blink, Google wants to assure browser developers that it’s addressing some of those concerns. Upson said:One of the things is that a few weeks back when Opera said it was going to start using WebKit and Chromium, a number of people expressed concerns that people expressed that that the Web, particularly the mobile Web, was becoming a WebKit monoculture and in that kind of world standards wouldn’t matter because it just one implementation, the implementation becomes the standard.We think that by doing this, it will really help strengthen standards on the Internet and address those concerns that people raised a few weeks back.Google is trying to be a good Web citizen with Blink. It has set stringent guidelines for new features and APIs that emphasize standards, transparency and interoperability. Competition is also a good thing, Google says, because multiple rendering engines, like multiple browsers, will spur innovation and improve the health of the open Web platform.“Everything we are doing is going to be open source, so it won’t change the way we do things on a day to day basis,” said Alex Komoroske, product manager on Google’s Open Web Platform team. “It is not going to change how we work with other browser vendors, standards bodies like the W3C and IETF an things like that. Much in the same way when we launched Chrome, we still have people today that contribute to Firefox and also we share a lot of open source code between Mozilla and Chrome.”Rethinking WebKitWith Blink, Google has been able to eliminate some of the constraints created by the single code base in a multi-process architecture. This has enabled Upson and his team to rethink many of the old problems that Google’s engineers had not solved because of the previous limitations. “Now that we have come to grips with it, we have been brainstorming our wish list for the architecture that can speed ability and performance,” Komoroske said.Blink is a step in the road for Google and WebKit. The code base will not change on Day One. But it offers freedom to make changes that were engineers previously would not have considered.“Now, with that constraint changed, I am seeing tons of ideas percolate up. I am not sure which ones are going to be meaningful and have a huge impact and which ones will just be minor improvements but just watching the mindset change has been different,” Upson said.The danger comes from fragmentation. Too many cooks in the WebKit kitchen could create forks that make it harder for developers to create applications that are compatible across browsers. That is why Upson and Komoroske are stressing that Blink and Chromium will be compatible and that Google will be very transparent with the changes it makes. Some developers are optimistic about Blink.“I think competition is a healthy thing in this arena,” said Dave Wasmer, an engineer with Boston-based mobile cloud services provider Kinvey. “With Opera’s move to WebKit, lots of people were concerned about stagnation if browsers coalesced around a single rendering engine. As always, it is a balancing act. Too much fragmentation and proprietary, non-standard features, and we’ve got Browser Wars: Round 2. But Android has certainly helped push Apple to make iOS even better, and competition in browsers can certainly help. Overall, like I said, I’m cautiously optimistic.”Is Blink good for WebKit and the Web? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. 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After spending nearly four decades in government, Pranab Mukherjee says he’s had enough.The last thing Pranab Mukherjee does every night is to write down the day’s events in a diary that has become the first draft of narrative history. The cherubic Mukherjee calls it “history from a personal angle”. The,After spending nearly four decades in government, Pranab Mukherjee says he’s had enough.The last thing Pranab Mukherjee does every night is to write down the day’s events in a diary that has become the first draft of narrative history. The cherubic Mukherjee calls it “history from a personal angle”. The claim is justified, because Mukherjee is the one personality who has initiated or supervised the course of crucial events since the era of Indira Gandhi. After working with four Congress PMs, he has taken a decision. He will not serve a fifth, Rahul Gandhi.There are no secrets in Delhi. Rahul has been officially nominated the heir by Manmohan Singh, who is ready to step down at five minutes’ notice, if and when it comes. Equally obviously, Mukherjee feels he has been denied the dream job of being the prime minister twice, in 1984 after Indira’s assassination and in 2004, when Manmohan was chosen by Sonia Gandhi. She did not trust Mukherjee and later denied him even the consolation prize of the President of India. He is indispensable in every role, except that of the prime minister.Speaking exclusively to INDIA TODAY, when asked whether he would join Rahul’s cabinet, Mukherjee exclaimed, “My goodness, what would be my age? I am already 75. There is a limit beyond which you cannot go.” He then added significantly, “Rather, I have overstayed my wicket.” Why would the only Cabinet minister today who can trace his lineage back to Indira’s Cabinet (Ghulam Nabi Azad made it only to minister of state in 1982) opt out of her grandson’s Government? When Indira became prime minister in 1966, Morarji Desai, who had lost out, joined her Cabinet. Arjun Singh felt aggrieved when P.V. Narasimha Rao became prime minister, but took the ministerial oath.advertisementIn a party of yes-men, Mukherjee is the first to say no.Mukherjee feels he has been denied the dream job of being the prime minister twice. Sonia denied him the consolation prize of President of India as well. He is indispensable in every role, except as PM. He was not included in the Rajiv Gandhi government after the December 1984 elections though he remained finance minister until then. He had been punished, according to Congress folklore, for daring to suggest that as senior minister, he should be the prime minister in the transitory government. The shock persuaded Mukherjee to float his own party which flopped. He was taken back only in 1989. But Mukherjee claims there is no ill-will with the Gandhis. He says, “There is no trust deficit and no deficit of acceptability” with Sonia. As for Rajiv, he quotes a 1991 interview that the late prime minister gave INDIA TODAY, where he had said, “Many things said about Pranab, I found were not true.” Mukherjee perhaps feels he has outlived his utility under Sonia’s dispensation. Or maybe he is just fed up of playing the best man to successive Congress prime ministers.The astute Mukherjee knows it’s better to walk off the stage than to be reduced to a political farce called Arjun Singh. The average age of the current cabinet is 66 years with the earnest Dayanidhi Maran as the youngest at 43. Of the 27 Congress Cabinet ministers (including the prime minister), 10 are in their 70s. It is unlikely that Rahul, with youth as his calling card, would opt for this ’70s show. He would not have a 74-year-old sports minister and a 78-year-old foreign minister. It would be interesting to see who would play Mukherjee in the Rahul era-the enigmatic Digvijaya Singh or the pragmatic P. Chidambaram.As ever, he puts it best: “I am comfortable at the height where destiny has put me.” At 5 ft 3 inches, he is not the shortest man in the Cabinet. Politically, he is the tallest. But though Sonia respects his vision, she simply does not trust his ambition. She used a lame excuse, that he was “too important” to be spared from the Government and then offered Mukherjee a Padma Vibhushan as a corny compensation. “I personally believe that the office of the President of India is not to be sought. It is to be offered,” says Mukherjee. It is an office that is once again coming up for offer in 2012. But Mukherjee is not issuing any RSVPs. The powers who did not even make him a deputy prime minister for a fortnight when Manmohan had his heart bypass in January 2009 are hardly likely to oblige. Yet Mukherjee says he is a “satisfied man”.This article appeared in the India Today magazine dated October 25, 2010. Subscribe to the print copy or read it on Zinio.advertisementHe does get to play prime minister for brief spells, when Manmohan is out of town but there is too much uncertainty between de facto and de jure. He does all the heavy lifting, whether it is to push the Nuclear Liability Bill through or shepherding the Women’s Reservation Bill. He heads 12 EGoMs and another dozen GoMs on topics as diverse as food security to caste census. Manmohan even postponed a Cabinet meet once as Mukherjee was delayed by the visiting Sheikh Hasina Wazed, the Bangladesh prime minister.The challenge for Rahul’s Cabinet will be the governance gap, and the experience spine that keeps an administration stable. Mukherjee would have been the perfect tutor.As finance minister, he doesn’t just do the country’s arithmetic, but also solves UPA’s algebra-soothing egos and sometimes losing his temper as he did with the temperamental Mamata Banerjee when she came up with a last-minute list of 24 projects to be announced in the Railway Budget. The girlish Banerjee complained that even her parents had not scolded her as much. Another ally, A. Raja was unceremoniously asked to leave an EGoM meet on fuel prices as he was not a member. Raja had accompanied M.K. Azhagiri as an interpreter. Mukherjee said, “If Azhagiri needs an interpreter for English, we’ll provide him one.” At another meeting, Maran was summarily ticked off when he wanted to know if the figure 13,420 next to the ministry of communications was an allocation in crores to his party rival. “No,” said an exasperated Mukherjee, “that is the number of post offices in the country.” He has the stature to snub.It’s not just the nuts and bolts, sometimes he puts the entire paradigm in perspective. During the 2009 debate in parliament after the prime minister’s Sharm el-Sheikh faux pas, Manmohan found, to his horror, that a reluctant Congress had lined up a lightweight team of speakers for his defence. He asked Mukherjee to speak at the last minute and lend gravitas to his case. The nitty gritty of US President Barack Obama’s visit was sorted out by Mukherjee during his recent visit to Washington and not the external affairs minister. Recently, the indefatigable Mukherjee landed in New Delhi after a 16-hour trip and went straight to a core committee meeting at the prime minister’s residence to discuss the Karnataka crisis.However, there is one break that he allows himself-a visit to his native village, Kirnahar in West Bengal during the Pujas where he recites the shlokas of the Chandi Paath himself. He joked with Sonia and Manmohan, “Please put all crises on hold till the Pujas are over!” With his perennially red cheeks and mischievous smile, Mukherjee is the Obi-Wan Kenobi of the coalition Star Wars. Yet his name is deliberately kept out of the credit ratings.He got the finance ministry because he wanted it, not because the leadership wanted him there. There was no way the Congress president could deny him this tryst with his own legacy. As it transpires, the job was an excellent political fit. The man who steered Indira’s social spend in the ’80s was a perfect link to reinforce the party’s relationship with the aam aadmi. Mukherjee’s legacy will be fortuitous for any prime minister. Recently, he was judged the Best Finance Minister for Asia by Emerging Markets, a part of Euromoney Institutional Investor. It’s a qualified pat on the back for a man who was judged the best finance minister in the world by Euromoney in 1984. The man, who has spent 37 years in government, jokes that he can never be the prime minister of this country as he is not fluent in Hindi. Mukherjee remembers every little trivia and keeps the memorabilia. He gave up smoking in 1993 but still has the three pipes Indira got him.advertisementThe challenge for the Rahul Cabinet is not getting the job. That, in Congress culture, is a given fact. The problem is the governance gap, and the experience spine that keeps an administration stable until the (comparative) youngsters have been honed into position. Manmohan is already talking about lowering the average age of his Council of Ministers to taper it to Rahul’s demographics. A prime minister has to understand political nuances as much as governance. This had been Rajiv’s undoing. He did not quite get the political culture of even the Congress, and repeatedly stubbed his toe until gangrene set in. Sonia was an eye-witness to this phenomenon.Mukherjee’s departure will bring to a close the Indira era. Coincidentally the next set of “seniors” will be Rajiv Gandhi’s contemporaries. Can the likes of Chidambaram, Digvijaya, Azad and Kamal Nath replace the wisdom and political savvy of a Pranab Mukherjee, Hansraj Bhardwaj or an Arjun Singh? They were men who knew how to fix the plumbing simply because they were around when most of the pipes were laid. There is an irony here as well. Rahul has opted for his grandmother’s brand of socialist politics, instead of his father’s liberal economics. But to help him do this, he has to depend on his father’s team. So far, the young prime minister-in-waiting has steered clear of the halls of governance, except when he goes visiting to plead for an extension for MNREGA. That is not gathering experience but collecting photo-ops. Government is not a studio, and pictures are not policy.Pranab Mukherjee would have been the perfect tutor in the transition phase. But the perennial Bengali Master has had enough of school.This article appeared in the India Today magazine dated October 25, 2010. Subscribe to the print copy or read it on Zinio.
Lassila honoured as AIS Athlete of the Year Not a member? Subscribe now Australian Institute of Sport | Supporting Sport | Participating in Sport If you do not wish to receive this newsletter, please unsubscribe. Olympic aerial skiing champion Lydia Lassila was announced as the 2010 Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Athlete of the Year at a gala presentation at the AIS Arena in Canberra last week. What did you think of the articles? Please send us your feedback to improve the newsletter. Tennis appointment set to benefit people with disability in sport The grass grows greener for Australian sport Don’t miss out on any upcoming events. Check our events calendar Read the full message The community of Rawaki in the Solomon Islands has been introduced to regular organised sport as the result of a partnership between the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and Save the Children. This message is intended for the addressee and may contain confidential and privileged information. If you are not the intended recipient please note that any form of distribution, copying or use of this communication or the information in it is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If you receive this message in error, please delete it and notify the sender. December 2010 | ausport.gov.au | Subscribe now PARTICIPATING IN SPORT SUPPORTING SPORT The growth and development of sport at a local community level took a huge step forward last month when the Australian Sports Commission Board allocated $11 million of participation funding to national sporting organisations (NSOs). Students run, jump and throw for new athletics challenge The grass grows greener for Australian sport 2010 AIS Male and Female Swimmer of the Year Awards Meyer named 2010 Australian Cyclist of the Year The ninth annual Australian Sports Commission Media Awards winners were announced at a presentation gala dinner on Thursday 25 November at Doltone House, Sydney. Teams from across Western Australia took to the fields at the UWA Sports Park, Mount Claremont in late November to compete in the 2010 WA ‘Be Active’ Touch Football State Championships. What did you think of the articles? Please send us your feedback to improve the newsletter. A message from the CEO In this edition What did you think of the articles? We value your feedback Meyer named 2010 Australian Cyclist of the Year Connect with us on AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF SPORT 2010 Australian Sports Commission Media Awards winners announced Subscribe now Last week 60 children from St Joan of Arc primary school converged at Algie Park in Sydney to demonstrate some of the new Athletics Play activities to be delivered through the Active After-school Communities (AASC) program. Travelling far and wide for the 2010 WA ‘Be Active’ Touch Football State Championships Lassila honoured as AIS Athlete of the Year Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holders Ashley Delaney and Alicia Coutts have capped off outstanding years by being named the 2010 AIS Male and Female Swimmer of the Year, respectively. The official e-newsletter of the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) The partnership between Tennis Australia and the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is continuing to benefit communities after Tennis Australia confirmed the appointment of a Disability and Diversity Coordinator. We value your feedback Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) athlete Cameron Meyer has been named 2010 Australian Cyclist of the Year after some superb performances in international competition this year. Save the Children partnership brings sport to remote Pacific communities View articles about: Keep up to date with what’s happening in Australian sport — visit ausport.gov.au 2010 Australian Sports Commission Media Awards winners announced Australian sport produced another heady cocktail of action and drama this year. As we head into this festive season, there is much to celebrate and I want to thank you for your support throughout the year.
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say REVEALED: Cesc doesn’t want to leave Chelsea until he reaches landmarkby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCesc Fabregas doesn’t want to leave Chelsea until he plays his 500th English game.The Irish Independent says the Spanish midfielder missed the victory over Crystal Palace with a neck injury, but could return to the squad for tomorrow night’s game against Southampton.He has made a combined 499 appearances for Chelsea and Arsenal, and one more would see him reach his target ahead of his expected departure.Having moved to Arsenal as a 16-year-old, Fabregas has spent over 12 years in English football and has been one of the best ever Premier League players.He is second only to Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs in the all-time assists chart, despite having spent three years in Spain at Barcelona, and has won every English domestic trophy including two league titles with Chelsea.
TagsEnglish ChampionshipPremiership NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say FA hit Birmingham with fine after Aston Villa skipper Grealish attackedby Ian Ferrisa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBirmingham City have been fined £42,500 after a Blues fan attacked Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish last season, reports BBC Sport,Paul Mitchell ran onto the pitch and hit Grealish from behind during March’s Championship derby between the sides.Mitchell was jailed for 14 weeks on 11 March.An independent regulatory commission has also warned Blues about its future conduct, having been found to fail to ensure the supporter conducted himself in an orderly fashion.
Jumping29 Kick Power20 CATEGORYRATING Consistency0 Catch in Traffic14 Awareness10 Agility23 Juke Move28 Overall12 Catching29 Spin Move24 Ball Carrier Vision8 Injury99 Release7 Good luck out there. Keep us posted on how it goes. ‘Win with Walt’ Madden challenge detailsThe goal: Win the Super Bowl in Madden 2016 with Walt Hickey as your starting quarterback.How to participate:Make a custom player on a team of your choice with the Madden ratings below.In the event we haven’t listed a rating — I wasn’t evaluated for several defensive categories — just enter the overall rating of 12 in that field.Make this person your quarterback, on whatever team you’d like.Release all other quarterbacks on the team and play through a season of football, make it through the playoffs and then win the Super Bowl on an All-Pro or higher difficulty setting.Don’t egregiously cheat. That means don’t tinker with player ratings and don’t spend the whole season just running the ball. Mitigate my weaknesses and take advantage of my strengths (such as they are).UPDATE (Sept. 9, 8:30 a.m.): A few people have written in to ask for more details in creating their Walt avatar. Here’s some more guidance:Height, Weight, Age: 6’2”, 210 lbs., 25College: William & MaryInjury: If you are dropping all your other quarterbacks, you are allowed to give Walt a 99 injury rating. We’ve updated the spreadsheet below. You may also want to create a number of Walts for your roster in order to bring one in if your first Walt still gets injured.Run/pass ratio: In the spirit of fairness, we advise that you try to pass the ball at least 40 percent of the time.The entry: Email [email protected] with any details of your journey, strategy, photos, screenshots or videos.The prize: The first person to do this gets a shout-out on Hot Takedown and a signed glossy of Walt Hickey in full pads mailed directly to your house, if you’re willing to give us your home address.The ratings: Stiff Arm9 Ever wonder how a normal person would fare in the NFL? Last February, we found out when we teamed up with the folks at EA Sports to turn a normal, lazy, non-athletic lout into a Madden NFL avatar. That lout happened to be me.I attended a private, faux combine and was thrust into a series of simulations to figure out just how bad walk-ons like me would be in the NFL. While I ran around a football field in Florida, the Madden ratings team was measuring my football skills — things like throw accuracy, speed, trucking and kick power.When the EA Sports people used me as a quarterback, the Giants went an average of 2.9 wins per simulated season. Now it’s your turn. Our sports podcast Hot Takedown is launching a crowdsourced challenge to find out if someone has stick skills so profound that they can use a weak, slow and inaccurate average-Joe QB to win it all. Watch us discuss the project here or listen to the latest episode of Hot Takedown; full details about the challenge are below. Strength14 Trucking9 Route Running8 Elusiveness10 Throw Ball Away traitYes Play Action5 Tuck and Run traitSometimes Stamina69 Force Pass traitConservative Toughness40 Deep Accuracy3 Speed33 Carrying15 Acceleration35 Throw on Run15 Sense Pressure traitParanoid Tight Spiral traitNo Kick Accuracy10 Short Accuracy20 Throw Power17 Mid Accuracy13 Spectacular Catch22
Coach Urban Meyer huddles with members of the Ohio State football team prior to a game against Illinois on Nov. 1 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 55-14.Credit: Ben Jackson / For The LanternIn Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer’s three seasons in Columbus, the team has achieved 31 victories — not one of which came against a team ranked inside the top 15.If OSU (7-1, 4-0) wants to achieve that first “signature” victory, its best — and possibly only — shot this year is set to come on Saturday in East Lansing, Mich., when it takes on No. 7 Michigan State (7-1, 4-0).“I think (the players) know that already … this is a game to get the respect that Ohio State deserves and has had in the past,” Meyer said Monday. “You have to go compete and win this game and it’s going to be a task. But that’s real.”The Spartans are currently the only top-25 team sitting on OSU’s schedule.Senior defensive lineman Michael Bennett said he understands the importance of grabbing that signature victory when it comes to regaining national respect and improving OSU’s postseason résumé.“I think people for the past three years have said that we have just beaten up on teams (that) aren’t good or whatever they say, and that when it comes down to it, we can’t win a big game,” Bennett said Monday.“I just think that’s the hype around Ohio State, is that we don’t win big games, but it’s important to win this game because they’re a great opponent, and if you want postseason dreams, you’ve got to keep winning.”OSU had a chance to shake that stigma last season against the then-No. 10 Spartans in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship Game. However, the Buckeyes were unable to hold onto a fourth-quarter lead, as MSU took them down to win the Big Ten title, 34-24.The Buckeyes then had a second chance to topple a top-15 team in the Orange Bowl, when they took on then-No. 12 Clemson. Again, however, the Buckeyes let a fourth quarter lead slip away as they fell, 40-35.“I think we’re lacking one (a signature win) a little bit, and that win (against Michigan State) would mean a lot,” junior linebacker Joshua Perry said Monday. “It would be great for our goal. Since I’ve been here, we haven’t won a Big Ten Championship and I know that we’d like to do that, so to be able to go up there and win would obviously do a lot for that.”The highest-ranked team that OSU has defeated with Meyer at the helm was then-No. 16 Northwestern last season. The best ranking a team that OSU defeated has ranked at the end of the season under Meyer was No. 24 after the Buckeyes beat then-No.20 Michigan two seasons ago and the Wolverines fell for spots in the poll to end the season.However, tight ends and fullbacks coach Tim Hinton said he does not believe that OSU will be intimidated by the tough opponent.“The thing is, when you come to Ohio State University, is there any reason you don’t want to play in these kind of games?” Hinton asked. “You sign up for this. And this is what it’s all about. National TV, prime time and all that kind of stuff and getting an opportunity to play a great opponent and a Big Ten opponent and all those things are exactly why you signed up to come to Ohio State.”Bennett said that being the underdog against a top-10 team is something that his teammates aren’t shying away from.“I think we like it,” Bennett said. “This team is interesting to me because for the first time since I’ve been here, except for maybe my sophomore year, guys have really relished being looked at as overrated, or whatever it is. We’re here to prove something, we’re here to show that we’re a complete team, and it doesn’t really matter where people rank us.”Perry agreed that being the lower-ranked team on the road could actually end up helping with the team’s focus and intensity.“It feels good to be an underdog sometimes, because then a lot of people are looking at you and trying to see what you can do in that scenario,” Perry said. “A lot of the training we do here, you’re in a scenario where you either go or you don’t, so this is going to be a good one for us.”Bennett said the team’s motivating factor in beating its top-10 opponent is not shaking the national perception of the team, but rather winning each game as it comes.“It’s not about making sure everybody loves us in the country or respects us in the country, it’s about winning games and making sure that we have a chance to go where we want to go in the postseason,” Bennett said. “This game is just important for that because it’s the next game, and we have to win because they’re a good opponent.”OSU’s game against Michigan State is scheduled to kick off at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, July 26, 2017 – Providenciales – On Monday A 38 year old member of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force has been arrested and charged by Financial Crime Investigators with Four (4) counts of use of Criminal Property and (4) Four counts of theft.These charges stemmed from a report that was made to the police in August 2015. He will be taken to court later this month to answer to the charges.Press Release: RTCIPF