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Inc. a Time Warner Company All rights reservedJoe Ramon Saucedo 23 pleaded guilty to murder a class AA felony and conspiracy to commit burglary a class B felony in North Dakota district court in Grand Forks Wednesday morningRuben Cisneros Jr was stabbed to death at his rural home several miles northwest of Grand Forks in November 2013 after Saucedo and four others went to the home to retrieve Cisneros’ ex-girlfriend’s belongingsSaucedo wearing an orange jail uniform appeared in court in front of newly appointed District Judge Don HagerBefore the judge delivered his sentence Saucedo stood before the court and apologized to the Cisneros family"I am sorry for the harm I have caused their family" Saucedo said before turning around to personally address any of Cisneros’ family members none of whom were presentAssistant State’s Attorney Carmell Mattison who prosecuted the case told the court that the Cisneros family was not present because of miscommunication between her office and the familyMattison spent a few minutes highlighting what Joel Cisneros Ruben’s brother had told the court at a hearing last month at which Saucedo’s three co-defendants were sentenced"Joel Cisneros was at the scene when his brother died He dropped to his knees on the ground and attempted unsuccessfully to perform CPR on his brother" she said "He lost his fishing buddy his friend . No amount of time is ever going to heal this loss"Steve Mottinger Saucedo’s attorney also spoke before the court saying Saucedo had not intended on killing anyone and accepted responsibility for Cisneros’ deathMottinger pointed to his client’s age Saucedo was the youngest of the four defendants and told the judge Saucedo wanted to turn his life around"He’s going to spend as much time in prison as I have in (legal) practice" he saidThe prosecution and the defense struck a plea deal in July 2014 In exchange for a guilty plea Saucedo would serve 30 years in prisonThe judge sentenced Saucedo to 50 years in prison with 20 of those years suspended leaving him with a 30-year prison term Saucedo is required to serve 25 years and six months before he is eligible for paroleAfter he is released from prison he will be placed on 10 years of supervised probation If he violates his terms of probation he could be resentenced to life in prison without parole "Mr Saucedo should have a heavy hammer over his life when he’s released" said Mattison during the hearingThe roughly 450 days Saucedo spent in jail prior to sentencing Wednesday will go toward his 30-year prison sentenceThree others were charged in Cisneros’ death Thomas Robert Begg 24 Jennifer Blue 24 and Vincent Jonas Gladue 25 each pleaded guilty to reduced charges of facilitating murder a class C felony and conspiracy to commit burglary a class B felony Each of them was sentenced to 10 years in prison last monthBlue was Cisneros’ ex-girlfriend who lived at his home off-and-on leading up to his murderSaucedo was also ordered to pay $1750 in court fines and $525 in restitution or one-fourth of Cisneros’ burial costsSaucedo’s three co-defendants were ordered to pay the other three quarters of Cisneros’ burial costsTetsuo Yukioka (left) and Keisuke Miyazawa (right) of Tokyo Medical University apologize for discriminatory practices TORU HANAI/REUTERS/Newscom Japanese medical university admits to discriminating against female applicants By Dennis NormileAug 8 2018 1:35 PM TOKYO—A prominent Japanese medical university said yesterday that school administrators have deliberately manipulated entrance exam scores to limit the number of women admitted The confession helps explain the lopsided gender ratio of graduates from Tokyo Medical University (TMU) and strengthens suspicions that similar practices have prevailed at other Japanese medical schools At an evening press conference yesterday an external investigative panel confirmed that TMU administrators routinely lowered the scores of all female applicants The policy derived from concerns that women would leave their careers after having children the investigators reported Officials feared such an exodus would cause staffing problems at TMU’s affiliated hospitals which rely heavily on the university’s graduates for medical professionals The policy appears to have had the desired effect on admissions and the gender balance of incoming classes Yomiuri Shimbun a leading daily newspaper separately reported that 88% of male applicants and only 29% of female applicants were admitted this year Some 1596 men and 1018 women took the exam this year resulting in 141 men and 30 women gaining entry TMU officials appeared at a separate press conference that followed the first one “We have seriously violated the trust of society” said Tetsuo Yukioka TMU’s managing director before giving the ritualistic deep and prolonged bow of apology Several female scientists told ScienceInsider they haven’t seen any admissions shenanigans in their fields But women still face serious roadblocks they add “I think there are few women in research in Japan because many give up because of sexual harassment and bullying” says Mariko Kato an astronomer at Keio University here The TMU investigation was a response to allegations that an official in the national education ministry promised a TMU official preferential treatment for a government grant in return for having his son accepted Last month the university’s chairman and president resigned in connection with the scandal The bureaucrat and the two officials now face bribery charges It was also confirmed yesterday that TMU officials raised the test scores of certain applicants to ensure admission in hopes of securing donations from their parents TMU may not be alone in pursuing such policies Yoshimasa Hayashi the education minister told the Japanese press that the ministry intends to investigate practices at other medical schools Kato says it would be extremely difficult to manipulate the test scores of applicants to its science and engineering departments because of the transparency in handling the exam materials She says about 18% of applicants are women and that women make up a similar percentage of each entering class Hisako Ohtsubo a molecular biologist at Nihon University in Funabashi Japan thinks the education ministry “should investigate and disclose the actual number of female candidates and the number of those who passed the exams at medical schools nationwide” The numbers for individual schools are not publicly available Ohtsubo says other fields have become more welcoming to women “The number of capable women in science engineering and agriculture is gradually increasing” she says However a “feudal system persists in medical departments” where the expectation is that doctors should be on call 24 hours a day This makes it hard for female physicians to balance work and family obligations she says Rather than discourage women interested in medical careers she asks “why not reform and improve” hospital operations Kato thinks the TMU investigation could lead to a dramatic improvement for women “I’m looking forward to next year’s entrance exam results” she saysLucknow:For all the focus on Muslims in the Uttar Pradesh elections —demonised by the BJP and actively wooed by the BSP as well as the Congress-SP combine —the number of people from the community in the 17th Vidhan Sabha has touched a historic low of 25 This is far short of the 68 members the community had in the 403-member assembly after the 2012 election which saw the Samajwadi Party (SP) romp home with 224 seats That was the best-ever showing for Muslims —comprising almost 19 percent of the state’s 22 crore population —who have been sending on average about 40 legislators to the house in every election Representational image PTI The poor showing this time around many Muslim leaders here feel does not augur well as it implies that a "sizeable population is being kept away from mainstream politics" Former chief minister Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) who saw the community as key to her electoral success had fielded more than 100 candidates this time round and a large number of Muslim outfits and groups had exhorted the community to vote for the party The BSP however finished a poor third with just 19 seats —six of whom are Muslims The community was also seen as crucial for the Congress-Samajwadi Party (SP) alliance and received a fair share of tickets from the combine The alliance however returned with just 54 legislators of whom 19 are Muslim —17 from the SP and two from the Congress The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its ally Apna Dal —which together won a whopping 321 seats —did not field a single Muslim candidate and were also accused of communalising the campaign in a bid to polarise Hindu votes The BSP and SP wooing has left some in the community disenchanted As in the past welfare measures for a community that fares poorly on practically all social indices did not go beyond handing out tickets to us says Ali Zafar a prominent Muslim voice in the state He also slammed the SP BSP and Congress for their "aggressive outreach for the Muslim vote so much so that it antagonised the majority Hindus" There are as many as 143 seats in Uttar Pradesh where it has traditionally been believed that Muslims can make or mar the fortunes of political parties Of these in 70 seats Muslims have 20-25 percent presence and in the remaining 73 they account for 30 percent or more of the population Political observers here say there are many reasons why Muslims fared so poorly this time despite such significant presence in so many seats For one the community sought to send Muslim candidates to the assembly irrespective of political affiliations This split the vote between the Congress-SP and the BSP As Rizwan a BSP worker in Indiranagar Lucknow put it: "There was no coherence in the Muslim pattern of voting this time" The result is there for all to see – just 25 legislators at a time when recent elections had seen a rising trend in elected Muslims The numbers had been steadily rising in last five elections: 28 legislators in 1993 to 38 in 1996 46 in 2002 56 in 2007 and of course as many as 68 in 2012 There has also been talk of some Muslims especially the youth and women having voted for the BJP after the triple talaq stand taken by the party While this is difficult to corroborate but in the celebrations at the BJP state headquarters here after the landslide win on Saturday many burqa-clad women were seen dancing and raising "Modi Modi" slogans Yunus Parvez a student at a polytechnic here believes there has been a certain churning in the Muslim populace if not in favour of the BJP then against the political parties that have "used us as mere vote banks" adding that the "community will have to think beyond narrow issues" The students union of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) had before the elections appealed to the community to shun all political parties and instead use the None Of The Above or NOTA option on the polling machines The BJP has been unapologetic about not giving tickets to Muslims Its state chief Keshav Prasad Maurya reiterated on Saturday that the party would not give tickets to Muslims in the 2019 general election or the 2022 assembly election He said the party believed in giving tickets to candidates depending on their "winnability" and not to appease any particular community Clearly pushed to the fringes of the mainstream and rendered largely irrelevant the community will need to strategise anew on the best way to once again emerge as a relevant electoral force It will also need to battle the perception —used cleverly by the BJP to consolidate Hindu votes in the just-concluded elections —that the community votes tactically and en bloc though there is little evidence to support this" Kind words.

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