The National Police have arrested six people linked to the dissemination of the video of an intimate and sexual nature of the former coach of Málaga, Víctor Sánchez del Amo, who was removed from office by the club following those images.To the person from Puente Genil (Córdoba), who was arrested for posting the aforementioned video on Twitter, five more detainees are added, who allegedly spread the video through the WhatsApp messaging network, they have informed Efe police sources.The Cybercrime Group of the Provincial Police of Malaga carries out the investigation of the dissemination and, in addition to what is published on Twitter, they found traces of diffusion of the video through WhatsApp. The Malaga technician claims to the entity headed by the Qatari Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Thani to declare the dismissal void, a compensation of 600,000 euros for moral damages and readmission to his job.Sánchez del Amo was fired on January 11 by Malaga through an official statement in which he said that the dismissal of the technician was based “on disciplinary causes, in accordance with applicable regulations”. The Madrid man, who was removed from his duties four days earlier, on January 7, had previously reported to the police that he was being victim of harassment and extortion.
KINGSTON: Danielle James of G.C. Foster College, with a time of 19:55, and Kirk Brown, with 16:04, topped this year’s staging of the Digicel 5K Imagine Run, which saw over 10,600 participants running for special needs – a vast increase over the 8,052 entrants last year – for the Night Run/Walk event that took place in downtown Kingston on Saturday night. Both James and Brown are no strangers to the winner’s podium, as James placed first in the 2013 staging, while Brown was second in the same year. Meanwhile, the other fast finishers were Tanice Barnes and Crystal Brown in the female category, with times of 20:17 and 20:43, respectively. For the male division, Oshane Archibald (16:25) and Dwayne Graham (16:44) placed second and third, respectively. In the wheelchair category, Sheldon Cox, who has represented Jamaica at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in the past, was first with a time of 22:18, while Paralympian Sylvia Grant clocked 28:18 to top the female category. Second- and third-place females were Cherry White (32:32) and Vinnette Green (32:45). The second- and third-place finishers in the male wheelchair segment were Marcus Banton (29:42) and Joel Brown (30:22). “Seeing the thousands of individuals lined up at the start line this year was heart-warming, humbling and very encouraging for us,” said David Butler, CEO for Digicel Jamaica. “Tonight’s turnout shows what a community can achieve when it comes together for a worthy cause.” The fourth staging of the event was in aid of 12 special-needs beneficiaries, namely the Jamaica Autism Support Association, Early Stimulation Plus, Genesis Academy, Jamaica Down’s Syndrome Foundation, The STEP Centre, Liberty Academy, Jamaica Association for the Deaf, Jamaica Association on Intellectual Disabilities, Jamaica Society for the Blind, Mustard Seed Communities, Naz Children’s Centre and Special Olympics Jamaica.
– despite Education Ministry’s decision to withdraw VAT on educationSeveral parents of the Mae’s Schools have voiced their concerns in light of the institution’s decision to raise its fees.While some parents were informed of the hike in the rates, others indicated that they were unaware of this decision.One concerned parent, who spoke to Guyana Times on Thursday afternoon, indicated that she was uninformed of the increase, adding “…but I wouldn’t be okay with that”.Meanwhile, some parents who were made aware of the fee increase were also not in agreement with it.A concerned parent explained that he was given a notice a few days ago that the fees were to be increased by 33 per cent and 25 per cent respectively for nursery and primary levels.As such, he said he would appreciate some explanation so as to justify the magnitude by which these increases were necessary, referring to it as “bewildering” and questioned the possibilities of further increases in the future.Since the school’s financial performance is also unknown, given its status in the law books, the disturbed parent also related that he could not determine whether or not the institution needed this increase in revenue in order to prevent it from going under. When looked at from an economic standpoint, the size of the increase cannot be justified.Furthermore, the timing of the increase was rather alarming, given the fact that the current Government of Guyana had rescinded the Value Added Tax (VAT) of 14 per cent on school fees, after an outcry from affected parents.When Guyana Times tried to contact the head teacher and owner of Mae’s Schools to justify why the increase was necessary, she was unavailable to give a comment and indicated that the publication will be contacted to address this issue. However, this was not done.Meanwhile, parents who are bothered about the sudden increase in rates are calling for some clarifications on their concerns.