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Image by marsmet535 The majority of the 19-page LCSO report was redacted Tuesday. The case is still considered pending since Winston has not yet completed the program. Should he not complete the program, the case would be sent to the State Attorney’s Office for prosecution on a charge of petty theft. . ........*****All images are copyrighted by their respective authors ........ . ... marsmet535 photostream ... marsmet535 photo ... m.flickr.com/#/photos/123430259@N03/ Thursday, April 3, 2014 . m.flickr.com/#/photos/123430259@N03/14096850883/ 2014 - Black text on white background . m.flickr.com/#/activity/ . . --- The Homer Simpson Defense: If you can stick a toothpick in it, then it's a free sample. by MassNole on Apr 30, 2014 | 1:29 PM . . ........................................................................................................................................................... . .....item 1a).... Jameis Winston Issued Citation For Shoplifting ... ... WCTV News ... www.wctv.tv/home/headlines/ ... Coverage You Can Count On ! ... Home / Headlines List / Article By: Julie Montanaro; Eyewitness News Email Updated: Wed 5:55 PM, Apr 30, 2014 www.wctv.tv/home/headlines/More-Bad-News-For-Jameis-Winst... . --- News Release: LCSO April 30, 2014, 3:55pm At 10:00 pm on April 29, 2014, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Publix Supermarket at 800 Ocala Road. Deputies conducted witness interviews and reviewed video surveillance before determining that Jameis Winston had left the store without paying for .72 worth of merchandise. Deputies interviewed Winston at his home and determined him to be eligible for an Adult Civil Citation. Both Publix, the victim in this incident, and Winston agreed to participation in this voluntary pre-arrest diversionary program aimed at diverting first-time non-violent misdemeanor law violations away from criminal prosecution. Winston was assigned to complete 20 hours of community service and must contact the Adult Civil Citation Program Coordinator within 7 days to begin his participation in the program. For additional information about the Adult Civil Citation program visit: www.discvillage.com/sACC.html. . . --- By: Julie Montanaro April 30, 2014 - 3:30pm Tallahassee, FL - In a statement released by his lawyer, Jameis Winston said he "made a terrible mistake for which I'm taking full responsibility." "I must realize that my mistakes are magnified and can bring great embarrassment to all those who support me everyday. I make no excuses for my actions," Winston wrote. Winston's lawyer,Tim Jansen, says Winston has an appointment tomorrow to sign up for the civil citation program an intends to complete his 20 hours of community service as soon as possible. . . --- By: Julie Montanaro April 30, 2014 - 2:30pm Tallahassee, FL - Major Mike Wood with the Leon County Sheriff's Office says Jameis Winston received a civil citation for walking out of the Ocala Road Publix without paying for .72 worth of crab legs and crawfish. When confronted at his apartment later, deputies say Winston told them he forgot to pay for the seafood. Wood says it is up to the discretion of deputies to decide whether someone receives a civil citation and both Winston and Publix had to agree to it. It is typically reserved for first time offenders without a record, Wood said. LCSO says Winston must report to the Civil Citation program within 7 days and complete 20 hours of community service. If he does not comply with the terms, the case would be turned over to the state attorney to consider criminal misdemeanor petit theft charges. Wood says there is surveillance video of Winston in the store. He says Winston ordered the seafood at the counter and had it prepared for him. . . --- News Release: Florida State Athletics April 30, 2014 - 1:30pm Statement from Florida State Athletics Regarding Jameis Winston “As a result of his citation last night, we are suspending Jameis Winston from the baseball team,” said FSU Baseball Coach Mike Martin. “I am confident he will complete his community service obligation and the situation will be resolved soon.” FSU’s Athletic Department Code of Conduct/Discipline Policy provides that a student-athlete with a civil citation is eligible to practice and compete. The decision as to whether they are allowed to practice and/or compete rests with the head coach. “I fully support Coach Martin’s decision and will also make sure that Jameis meets all obligations, which I know he will,” said FSU Football Coach Jimbo Fisher. . . . ........................................................................................................................................................... . .....item 1b1).... Tomahawk Nation ... www.tomahawknation.com/ SB NATION ... Tomahawk Nation, a Florida State Seminoles community ... TOMAHAWK NATION ... The largest Free & Credentialed Florida State Sports Media Outlet ... . . .....item 1b2).... Jameis Winston cited for shoplifting crab legs at Publix ... Tomahawk Nation, a Florida State Seminoles community By Bud Elliott ï˜' @SBNRecruiting on Apr 30 2014, 10:24a www.tomahawknation.com/2014/4/30/5668004/jameis-winston-a... . .......................... img code photo ... FSU Number 5 - Jameis Winston cdn0.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/32353459/2014... Matthew Emmons - USA TODAY Sports .......................... . Florida State's Jameis Winston was cited for allegedly shoplifting crab legs from Publix. orida State quarterback Jameis Winston was issued a citation Tuesday for shoplifting crab legs from Publix, according to multiple sources. Winston, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, is a red-shirt sophomore for the Seminoles. "He got an adult civil citation," a trusted source inside Tallahassee Police told Tomahawk Nation. "If he completes the sanctions it will never show up on his record. They commonly give them to juveniles on first criminal offenses. They are now doing it for minor misdemeanors for adults to lower crime rate." Winston tossed the winning touchdown in the National Championship game over Auburn in the closing seconds. On the year, he was 257-384 for 4057 yards and 40 touchdowns with 10 interceptions. Winston has had previous run-ins with the law, but no arrests. He was investigated for an alleged rape, but the State Attorney declined to bring charges due to a lack of evidence. In November, the associated press reported that Winston was questioned about his involvement in a long-running BB gun battle, and that a Burger King reported Winston was stealing soda in a ketchup cup. The timing of the citation is interesting given that the NCAA recently approved unlimited meals for student athletes. Winston was recently voted the quarterback on the Florida State All-Jimbo Fisher team. 11:30 Update: A source inside Florida State's program says that Winston will be fined , required to do community service, and will be suspended from the baseball team until his community service is completed. 11:35 Update: The Leon County Sheriff's Office will hold a 2 p.m. press conference concerning Jameis Winston. 1:38 Update: Jimbo Fisher and Mike Martin have issued statements on Winston being suspended from baseball until he finishes his community service. "I fully support Coach Martin’s decision and will also make sure that Jameis meets all obligations, which I know he will." -- Jimbo Fisher "I am confident he will complete his community service obligation and the situation will be resolved soon." -- Baseball coach Mike Martin LCSO says Jameis Winston has not been arrested for any crime. He was issued a citation, which is a "pre-arrest diversion." â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 It was Club Pub on Ocala road. It was crab legs and crawfish. LCSO says he only left store with the seafood. â€" Dustin Tackett (@dtackett_) April 30, 2014 "We responded to a local publix to a report that someone had left without paying for 32.72 worth of food" â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 On arrival, we talked to staff and an off-duty deputy and identified the person was Jameis Winston. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 We made contact with Jameis to talk to him about this. In a post-Miranda interview, he cooperated, and he acknowledged leaving publix (1/2) â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 (2/2) Without paying. He said he forgot, realized when he got home, but had made no effort to return and pay before deputies arrived. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 We determined he was eligible for our pre-diversion citation program. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 Jameis and Publix had to agree for Winston to receive the citation. He has seven days to reach out and perform his community service. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 "This is not a criminal arrest. He has to fulfill the obligations, or it will be diverted back to the State's Attorney for prosecution." â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 Winston is expected to make restitution of .72 to Publix. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 Winston also had some crawfish. /Boosie Fade! â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 "He went in, made his order, left, came back, milled around the store, picked up some butter, left butter, left store with items." â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 32 other people have been issues similar civil citations for similar crimes. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 There is video of Winston in the store and exiting the store. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 He left with the seafood and did not come back. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 LCSO explaining what crimes are eligible to avoid arrest and being given a citation. Had Publix not agreed, arrest would have gone through. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 Protocol at Publix IS different from procedure at Winn Dixie, a store which we know Winston has purchased crab legs before. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 Winston did not flee and there was no attempt to apprehend him. LCSO spokesperson says Winston is recognizable in Tallahassee. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 Winston left store at 9, law enforcement made contact after midnight. LCSO spokesperson does not know if Winston had boiled em yet. â€" TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) April 30, 2014 . . Related: Fried soft-shell crabs meuniere www.andthevalleyshook.com/atvs-recipes/2012/12/14/3765100... . . Correction: The original story said that Winston was arrested, but a source with Tallahassee Police says that it is being classified as a citation, and not an arrest. . . --- The Homer Simpson Defense: If you can stick a toothpick in it, then it's a free sample. by MassNole on Apr 30, 2014 | 1:29 PM . . . ........................................................................................................................................................... . .....item 1c).... Jameis Winston issued civil citation in Publix theft ... ... FSU News ... www.fsunews.com/ ... FSU News / section / News ... www.fsunews.com/section/NEWS ... . ........................ img code photo ... Jameis Winston cited for taking crab legs bcdownload.gannett.edgesuite.net/tallahassee/41801896001/... Jameis Winston cited for taking crab legs: The Leon County Sheriff's Office Maj. Mike Wood says Jameis Winston was ticketed for shoplifting .72 worth of crab legs and crawfish from the Ocala Road Publix. ........................ . Written by Sean Rossman Democrat staff writer FILED UNDER News Apr. 30, 2014 5:33 PM | www.fsunews.com/article/20140430/NEWS/140430009/Jameis-Wi... . --- Update: 5:33 p.m. FSU star quarterback Jameis Winston was issued a civil citation Tuesday night for leaving the Publix on Ocala Road with .72 worth of food he didn’t pay for. The Leon County Sheriff’s Office said Winston was not arrested and will not face petty theft charges if he completes the terms of a civil pre-trial diversion program. FSU baseball coach Mike Martin announced Winston has been suspended from the team. "This is not a criminal arrest. This is a civil citation program,” said LCSO Maj. Mike Wood during a Tuesday news conference. . ......................... img code photo ... FSU Number 5 - Jameis Winston cmsimg.tallahassee.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/bilde?Site=CD&D... . Related Links Social media reactions to Winston shoplifting allegations www.fsunews.com/relart/20140430/NEWS/140430011 ......................... . An investigation determined Winston left the store about 9 p.m. with crab legs and crawfish he picked up from the deli counter. When deputies went to Winston’s apartment, the FSU redshirt sophomore said he forgot to pay. Publix officials and Winston agreed to the civil-citation procedure that will require Winston to complete 20 hours of community service, among other things. Video surveillance shows the Heisman winner order at the seafood then wander the aisles before leaving. An employee witnessed Winston leave, but thought he was going out to grab a shopping cart, so no one, including a sheriff’s deputy on staff, approached him. After employees realized he left for good, deputies were called about 10 p.m. A “very cooperative” Winston told deputies during questioning at his residence late Tuesday that he simply forgot to pay for the items. “He indicated to the deputies he had forgotten and when he got home he realized that he had not paid, but he in fact made no effort to contact Publix or return to pay prior to the deputy’s arrival,” Wood said. The majority of the 19-page LCSO report was redacted Tuesday. The case is still considered pending since Winston has not yet completed the program. Should he not complete the program, the case would be sent to the State Attorney’s Office for prosecution on a charge of petty theft. “I don’t have a crystal ball. I can tell you that he did exit the store, the items were not paid for,” Wood said. “He was issued a civil citation and has indicated that he has every intention of fulfilling his obligation for the community service hours and most likely restitution as well.” . Page 1 of 3 . Pagd 2 of 3 (Page 2 of 3) Tallahassee attorney Tim Jansen, who is representing Winston in this matter, said the quarterback will be enrolling himself in community service today and will pay in restitution to Publix and 4 to DISC Village, the Tallahassee nonprofit administering the program. The program only applies to certain offenses for those with no criminal history and is designed to keep people out of the criminal justice system, Wood said. The program is used at the discretion of the arresting deputy and administered through the counseling non-profit DISC Village. Jansen, who represented Winston in December when there were allegations he sexually assaulted another FSU student, said he simply forgot to pay for the items from the seafood counter and wasn’t treated any different than anyone else. LCSO has issued 32 civil citations for similar crimes since December for offenders of similar crimes, Wood said. “He got the same availability for that program as someone without a criminal history,” Jansen said. “He cooperated and admitted his role to both the sheriff’s office and Publix.” “Its only a big deal because of who he is. He’s a Heisman winner,” he said. “He’s known nationally and all over the world and he’s a role model to a lot of kids. . --- Jameis Winston statement: Jameis Winston has released the following statement through attorney Tim Jansen regarding his recent citation: "As reported in the news, last night I received an adult civil citation for petit theft from a local supermarket. I went to the supermarket with the intent to purchase dinner but made a terrible mistake for which I’m taking full responsibility. In a moment of youthful ignorance, I walked out of the store without paying for one of my items. "I realize that I am in the public spotlight and my conduct needs to be above reproach. Over the last year I’ve learned that my accomplishments on the fields can be a wonderful thing for my school, teammates, friends, and family. At the same time, I must realize that my mistakes are magnified and can bring great embarrassment to all those who support me every day. I make no excuses for my actions and will learn and grow from this unfortunate situation. I hope and pray my friends and family will view me as the 20-year-old young man that I am, and support me through this unfortunate situation. . Page 2 of 3 . Page 3 of 3 (Page 3 of 3) "I am grateful to be able to participate in the adult citation program where I will complete community service." . --- Update: 2:15 p.m. FSU star quarterback Jameis Winston was issued a civil citation Tuesday night for leaving the Publix on Ocala Road with worth of merchandise. Leon County Sheriff’s Office said Winston was not arrested and will not face criminal charges if he completes the terms of the civil diversion. FSU baseball coach Mike Martin announced earlier Winston has been suspended from the team. "This is not a criminal arrest. This is a civil citation program,” said LCSO Maj. Mike Wood. Wood said an investigation determined the man who left the grocery without paying was Winston. When deputies went to Winston’s apartment, the FSU redshirt sophomore said he forgot to pay. Publix officials and Winston agreed to the civil-citation procedure that will require Winston to complete 20 hours of community service, among other things. . --- Earlier report The Florida State University athletics released the following statement, noting that Jameis Winston has been suspended from the baseball team. “As a result of his citation last night, we are suspending Jameis Winston from the baseball team,” said FSU Baseball Coach Mike Martin. “I am confident he will complete his community service obligation and the situation will be resolved soon.” FSU’s Athletic Department Code of Conduct/Discipline Policy provides that a student-athlete with a civil citation is eligible to practice and compete. The decision as to whether they are allowed to practice and/or compete rests with the head coach. Football coach Jimbo Fisher stood by Martin's decision. “I fully support Coach Martin’s decision and will also make sure that Jameis meets all obligations, which I know he will,” said FSU Football Coach Jimbo Fisher. Reports that Florida State’s star quarterback was arrested on Tuesday are sweeping social media, but hard facts are difficult to come by. Here’s what we know: A report by Tomahawknation.com, citing unnamed sources, says Heisman-winning quarterback Jameis Winston was issued a citation Tuesday for shoplifting crab legs from a Publix supermarket. The Tallahassee Democrat has made a public records request regarding the incident to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. LCSO officials have told the Democrat to be at their offices at 2 p.m. today. Whatever the case may be, Winston was not arrested or cited by Tallahassee Police Department. “In response to recent requests: TPD has NOT had any contact with Jameis Winston regarding an alleged recent citation,” the department said on its Twitter account. Check back at Tallahassee.com for further details . . . ........................................................................................................................................................... . .....item 2).... Jameis Winston -- 'He's Stealing Soda' ... Burger King Employee Told Cops In 2013 Call TMZ ... www.tmz.com/ ... TMZ Sports ... Got A Tip? ... Call TMZ at (888) 847-9869 ... Home Jameis Winston -- 'He's Stealing Soda' ... Burger King Employee Told Cops In 2013 Call 5/21/2014 3:26 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF www.tmz.com/2014/05/21/jameis-winston-stealing-soda-burge... . EXCLUSIVE TMZ Sports has just obtained the call a Burger King employee made to police in 2013 -- when she accused Jameis Winston of stealing soda from the restaurant ... and it's clear, SHE'S PISSED. The call was made to a non-emergency police hotline by the assistant manager of a BK located right near the Florida State University campus on July 21, 2013. According to cops, Winston allegedly entered the burger joint with 3 other men and began to fill ketchup cups with soda without paying for it. During the call, the employee tells the operator she told Winston what he was doing was a crime -- but "he said he didn't care." The employee noted Winston and his group were "causing a big scene out front" ... and were "fighting with me and refusing to leave." Ultimately, the case was dropped when the manager of BK decided not to prosecute ... and Jameis went on to steal crab legs from a grocery store. Glad he learned his lesson. . . . ........................................................................................................................................................... . .....item 3).... Claws and Effect ... Winston involved in shoplifting at Publix ... FSU News ... www.fsunews.com/ ... FSU News / section / News ... www.fsunews.com/section/NEWS ... . .......................... img code photo ... FSU Number 5 - Jameis Winston’s crab incident was inspiring to the Internet cmsimg.tallahassee.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/bilde?Site=CD&D... Jameis Winston’s crab incident was inspiring to the Internet, producing mass amounts of Photoshops referencing the incident. The quarterback will be suspended from the baseball team until he meets his legal obligations. / Illustration by Jesse Piorro / FSView .......................... . Written by Perry Kostidakis Sports Editor @perrykos FILED UNDER FSU News FSU News Football Apr. 30, 2014 | www.fsunews.com/article/20140430/FSVIEW0201/140430033/Cla... The college football offseason is usually filled with horror for fans and coaches, as the ample amount of free time offers plenty of opportunities for athletes to find themselves in trouble. “Distractions,” as they’re so lovingly referred to, can range from simple offenses like barking at dogs like Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison to more serious charges like the four Georgia players who were cashing checks twice to get the money. This time in offseason adventures, it became public by way of Tomahawk Nation that Jameis Winston had been cited for attempting to shoplift crab legs from Publix on Ocala Road. The Leon County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference in which Major Mike Wood stated that there is surveillance video of Winston ordering .72 worth of seafood including crab legs and crawfish at the counter, having it prepared for him and walking out of the store without paying. Winston was confronted at his home later by LCSO deputies and claimed to have forgotten to pay, but had made no attempt to contact Publix to issue payment. Winston was issued an adult civil citation which will be given to the state attorney who may consider criminal misdemeanor petit theft charges if Winston fails to comply with reporting to the Civil Citation program within a week of the offense and doing 20 hours of community service. “This program would have been offered to anyone who met the criteria,” said Wood during the press conference when asked if Winston may have received special treatment because of his celebrity status. The issuance of a civil citation instead of criminal is up to the discretion of deputies and had to be agreed to by both the accused and the accuser. The situation would have had a different outcomes if the Publix had not agreed to a civil citation. According to Wood it is typically reserved for first time offenders without a record. Winston was investigated last year for sexual assault but has no record because an arrest was never made. The Heisman winner was also involved in two minor incidents in his career, shooting a BB through a window and using a ketchup cup to steal soda from Burger King. Florida State Athletics provided statements from both baseball coach Mike Martin and football coach Jimbo Fisher, as well as a reminder about the Athletic Department’s​ policies following the incident, which clarified that “that a student-athlete with a civil citation is eligible to practice and compete.” “As a result of his citation last night, we are suspending Jameis Winston from the baseball team,” said FSU baseball coach Mike Martin. “I am confident he will complete his community service obligation and the situation will be resolved soon.” “I fully support Coach Martin’s decision and will also make sure that Jameis meets all obligations, which I know he will,” said FSU football coach Jimbo Fisher. Winston himself released a statement through his attorney Tim Jansen. “As reported in the news, last night I received an adult civil citation for petit theft from a local supermarket. I went to the supermarket with the intent to purchase dinner but made a terrible mistake for which I’m taking full responsibility. In a moment of youthful ignorance, I walked out of the store without paying for one of my items. “I realize that I am in the public spotlight and my conduct needs to be above reproach. Over the last year I’ve learned that my accomplishments on the fields can be a wonderful thing for my school, teammates, friends, and family. At the same time, I must realize that my mistakes are magnified and can bring great embarrassment to all those who support me every day. I make no excuses for my actions and will learn and grow from this unfortunate situation. I hope and pray my friends and family will view me as the 20-year-old young man that I am, and support me through this unfortunate situation. I am grateful to be able to participate in the adult citation program where I will complete community service. “I am grateful to be able to participate in the adult citation program where I will complete community service.” According to a source close to the situation, Publix’s policy is to issue civil citations when the correct conditions are met and to ban shoplifters from the Publix affected, however Publix may also choose to extend this ban to any number of additional stores in the chain. . --- Crab Tweets “Winston Steals Crab Legs: Crustacean Cretin Creates Controversy, my column:” @jmnpb996 “Florida CruSTATEcean University” @freakystyley “I’m okay with blaming Winn-Dixie for all of this.” @edsbs “like YOU haven’t shoplifted crablegs from publix” @rembert . . . ........................................................................................................................................................... . . .

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Image by marsmet525 MOSCOW: Two members of punk band Pussy Riot lost their appeal to stay in a Moscow pre-trial detention centre on Monday, their lawyer said, and will now serve the remainder of their terms in a remote penal colony where conditions are much tougher. . .......***** All images are copyrighted by their respective authors ...... . ... message header for Mail Online The three band members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Maria Alyokhina, 24, and Ekaterina Samutsevich, 30, - were convicted of 'hooliganism motivated by religious hatred' and jailed for two years by a district court on Aug 17. . ............................................................................................................................................................................................. . .....item 1).... Mail Online ... Daily Mail ... www.dailymail.co.uk/news ... Russian punk band Pussy Riot refuses to repent for anti-Putin song as appeal hearing is postponed ... Band members were jailed for two years for performing 'punk prayer' in Moscow's main cathedral ... Orthodox church said the three women should be pardoned if they repent for desecrating a 'holy place' ... Fights between Pussy Riot supporters and Church activists outside court ... Hearing postponed until October 10 after band member Ekaterina Samutsevich fires her attorney By DANIEL MILLER PUBLISHED: 04:04 EST, 1 October 2012 | UPDATED: 09:39 EST, 1 October 2012 www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2211101/Pussy-Riot-refus... The Russian feminist band Pussy Riot have refused to repent for performing an anti-Vladamir Putin 'punk prayer' in Moscow's main cathedral as their appeal hearing was postponed until next week. The three band members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Maria Alyokhina, 24, and Ekaterina Samutsevich, 30, - were convicted of 'hooliganism motivated by religious hatred' and jailed for two years by a district court on Aug 17. Their appeal hearing which began today, was postponed until October 10 after Samutsevich fired her attorney meaning she was left without legal representation. Scroll down for video . ................................. img code photo ... The three band members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Maria Alyokhina, 24, and Ekaterina Samutsevich, 30 ... i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/10/01/article-2211101-154A06... Jailed: The Russian punk band Pussy Riot refused to repent for performing a 'punk prayer' against President Vladimir Putin at Moscow's main cathedral as their appeal hearing was postponed until next week AP ................................. . The Russian orthodox Church said they should be pardoned on the condition they repented for 'desecrating a holy place'. More... ... Thousands take to the streets of Melbourne for peace march following the death of Irish journalist Jill Meagher Fights broke out between Pussy Riot supporters and pro-Church activists as around 150 people gathered outside the Moscow courthouse for the start of the appeal hearing today. The tough jail sentences they received saw the West sharply criticise Putin and the Kremlin because of doubts over the independence of the judiciary, and global celebrities, including British musician Paul McCartney and U.S. pop singer Madonna, called for leniency for the women. . ............................. img code photo ... The three band members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Maria Alyokhina, 24, and Ekaterina Samutsevich, 30 ... i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/10/01/article-2211101-154A07... Defiant: Pussy Riot (from left), Maria Alekhina, Ekaterina Samutsevich and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, were convicted of 'hooliganism motivated by religious hatred' and jailed for two years by a district court on Aug 17 AP ............................. . ............................. img code photo ... An activist holds a placard reading 'Freedom to Pussy Riot!' i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/10/01/article-2211101-154A23... An activist holds a placard reading 'Freedom to Pussy Riot!'. Around 150 people gathered outside the Moscow courthouse for the start of the appeal hearing with fights breaking out between supporters of the band and Church activists Reuters ............................. . Vladimir Legoida, a senior church spokesman, said their stunt 'must not remain unpunished whatever the justification,' but said that any repentance, if expressed, should be taken into account. 'The church sincerely wishes for the repentance of those who desecrated a holy place, certainly it would benefit their souls,' Legoida said in a speech. 'If any words of the convicts indicate repentance ... we would wish that they are not left unnoticed and those who violated the law get a chance to mend their ways.' 'If they (the church) mean repentance in the sense of a crime ... it definitely won't happen. Our clients won't admit guilt. A call for that is pointless,' lawyer Mark Feigin told independent television channel Dozhd on Sunday. A recent official opinion poll showed that more than half of Russians are critical of what Pussy Riot did and consider their two-year jail sentence to be a just one, with less than a third saying the opposite . .................................. img code photo ... An activist spray paints a wall mural i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/10/01/article-2211101-154853... International outrage: An activist spray paints a wall mural in support of members of the band during a protest rally in front of the Russian embassy in Prague yesterday Reuters .................................. . .................................. img code photo ... Paris: Activists from Amnesty Internationa i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/10/01/article-2211101-154A1C... Paris: Activists from Amnesty International pose in front of the Eiffel tower demanding justice for the band AFP / Getty images .................................. . The trio's legal team and relatives hold out little hope that the sentences - which they believe are excessively harsh - will be quashed or reduced at the hearing scheduled for Monday, whether they repent or not. 'The sentence is predetermined; their repentance will not affect it in any way,' Stanislav Samutsevich, father of one of the jailed women, told Reuters. 'The fact the church is calling for that is nothing but a public relations move to sustain their reputation in the eyes of the public, as the church says it is separate from the state.' Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, has called Putin's 12-year rule a 'miracle of God' and backed his presidential election campaign earlier this year. Kirill dismissed criticism of his backing for the Kremlin on Friday, telling students that close ties between the church and state helped protect and develop society. VIDEO: Supporters and protesters turn up outside court as the hearing is postponed... . . ............................................................................................................................................................................................. . .....item 2).... The Daily Star - Lebanon ... www.dailystar.com.lb ... International ... Russian punk band members lose appeal to stay in Moscow prison October 15, 2012 10:27 PM By Gleb Bryanski Reuters . ........................... img code photo ... Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, www.dailystar.com.lb/dailystar/Pictures/2012/10/15/108050... A picture taken on October 10, 2012, shows two jailed members of the all-girl punk band "Pussy Riot," (L-R) Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, sitting in a glass-walled cage in a court in Moscow. (AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA) ........................... . www.dailystar.com.lb/News/International/2012/Oct-15/19151... MOSCOW: Two members of punk band Pussy Riot lost their appeal to stay in a Moscow pre-trial detention centre on Monday, their lawyer said, and will now serve the remainder of their terms in a remote penal colony where conditions are much tougher. Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, and Maria Alyokhina, 24, had their two-year sentence imposed over a cathedral protest against Vladimir Putin upheld by Moscow City Court last week. They are convicted of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred. Both Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina have small children and lawyers are saying that a transfer to a colony outside Moscow where the regime is more strict than in detention centres will complicate their contacts with families. "There are many concerns there -- their safety, their health. A barrack for 150 people is not the same thing as a cell for four people," lawyer Mark Feigin told Reuters. The nearest penal colony is located about 100 km from Moscow. According to the Russian law only convicts with prison terms of less than six months can serve out their sentences in pre-trial detention centres. The law also makes an exception for inmates with skills needed in such centres. Tolokonnikova and Alyokhina's hearings took place at their detention centre, along with the appeals of 10 other inmates. Their lawyers argued that the two could work in the centre as cooks. Officials nominted 3 other inmates to stay. Russian prisons are notorious for squalid conditions and often brutal treatment of inmates by personnel. The country is facing international criticism over a 2009 death in prison of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky who may have been beaten to death. . . ............................................................................................................................................................................................. . .....item 3).... POLICE BRIEFS: Three girls, two cups; 'Don't have no beer' ... FSU News ... www.fsunews.com 10:30 PM, Feb. 10, 2013 | FILED UNDER FSU News FSU News Police www.fsunews.com/article/20130211/FSVIEW4/130210020/POLICE...|newswell|text|frontpage|s --- 'Don't have no beer' On Sunday, Feb. 3, at approximately 12:12 a.m., an FSUPD officer was conducting a security check around a fraternity house on Pensacola Street. The officer observed a male carrying a 12 oz. can of beer. The male was walking with a group of people and when he noticed the officer in his police uniform, he dropped the beer on the ground and attempted to hide behind the group of people. When the officer contacted the male he stated, “I don’t have no beer in my hand.” When asked how old he was, the male stated that he was 18-years-old. The male was issued a Notice to Appear for underage possession of alcohol. . --- Marijuana outside Degraff On Saturday, Feb. 2, at approximately 1:50 a.m., an FSUPD officer was dispatched to an emergency blue light in the courtyard of Degraff Hall. While the officer was observing the area, he did not find anyone in distress. When the officer checked the south side of the building, he noticed an individual sitting on a bench smoking. The closer the officer got to the individual, the stronger the scent of marijuana became. When the officer asked the male what he was doing, he replied, “Smoking a spliff.” When asked if he was smoking marijuana, the male said, “Yes.” The marijuana cigarette was seized and weighed 0.4 grams. The male was issued a Notice to Appear for possession of marijuana less than 20 grams. . --- Three girls, two cups On Friday, Feb. 1, at approximately 11:24 p.m., an FSUPD officer was on foot patrol around FSU’s Shaw Building. The officer noticed three females walking and two drinking from plastic cups that contained a dark liquid. One cup was passed back and forth between two girls so that both could drink from it. When the females noticed the officer, one dropped the cup on the ground spilling some of its contents and the other attempted to conceal it from view. The cups contained a liquid that smelled strongly of rum and soda. The three females were all under the age of 21 and each was issued Notice to Appear for underage possession of alcohol. â€"Police briefs compiled from FSUPD reports by Jordan Shrago . . .............................................................................................................................................................................................. . .