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Comer's campaign touted Northup's support as a "blockbuster endorsement" given that Northup endorsed Comer over Hal Heiner, the former Louisville metro councilman who announced his candidacy for governor in March.
Northup represented Louisville in the U. S. House of Representatives for five terms before being defeated by Democratic U. S. Rep.
The U. N. Security Council is condemning the Islamic State terrorist group and urging the international community to expand support for the Iraqi government as it fights the militants and their supporters.
The presidential statement approved by all 15 council members at a meeting Friday chaired by U. S. Secretary of State John Kerry expressed "deep outrage" at the killing, kidnapping, rape and torture of Iraqis and citizens of other countries by the Islamic State group.
It noted "that some of these acts may constitute war crimes and crimes against humanity."
The inmates — including sex offenders serving life sentences — became aroused and hostile toward Sink during the movies, exposing themselves, masturbating and shouting sexual comments and obscenities.
Judge Jeffrey Farrell ruled Wednesday that jurors will decide whether Sink suffered sexual harassment, based on claims that superiors didn't respond to her complaints about the movies and the inmates' reaction.
Fiedler plans to ask jurors to award compensatory damages and Farrell to order equitable relief, which could include policy or employment changes.
Since Sink was hired in 2003, she has faced more threats than any other officer, the prison's security director testified.
The owner of a weekly suburban newspaper has been declared dangerous to society after being charged with falsifying loan applications, committing tax fraud and tampering with witnesses.
Zherka pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he lied about his assets when applying for loans, failed to file some tax returns, lied on others and tampered with witnesses during the investigation.
The Wildcats take a 0-2 record into Saturday's meeting with Western Illinois, certainly not what they expected headed into their final tuneup for Big Ten play.
Receiver Christian Jones suffered a season-ending knee injury in a preseason practice, and things just haven't gone the Wildcats' way since then.