View comments 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Thailand, Korea top respective groups at end of AVC pool stages 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ “We’re simulating what we’re going to expect in the ring in training so when the pressure’s there we know what to do,” said Lopez. “We definitely prepared not only physically but also mentally. I think we have a good chance of performing and giving our best.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball05:21Drama in karate: Tsukii ‘very sad’ over coach’s bullying, cold shoulder03:24PH’s James Palicte boxing light welterweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) MOST READ Teen gunned down in Masbate 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Gold medalist Pauline Lopez of the Philippines during the 28th SEA Games womens under 57kg finalheld at the Singapore Expo Hall 2 after defeating Thi Thu Hien Pham of Vietnam.INQUIRER PHOTO/RAFFY LERMAPauline Lopez has just started her young UAAP career with a the Rookie of the Year award for Season 79, but the 20-year-old jin’s accomplishments goes beyond the collegiate league.Fresh from winning gold in the Korea Open back in July, the Atenean is also set to compete in the Kuala Lumpur Southeast Asian Games in the taekwondo kyorugi ender 62kg division.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lopez said her triumph in the International Taekwondo Championships served as gauge on how she has improved and it also helped her confidence going into the regional games.“The Korea Open was a very hard tournament… and what I did was just give my best and I was able to gauge myself where I am right now,” said Lopez during the athlete send off Friday at Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“It definitely gave me the self confidence and just the confidence to know that I can do this.”Lopez, though, fought in the lighter weight class of featherweight in the Korea Open but constant training since January, she said, will help her prepare for Kuala Lumpur.
Dear Editor,Any country, by adopting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, has agreed that its citizens will benefit from all their basic rights; that every person, regardless of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, age or wealth has the right to receive and enjoy. Under the Guyana Constitution, it must be noted that “the interpretation of the fundamental rights provisions in this constitution, a court shall pay due regards to international law, international conventions and charters bearing on human rights “.The human rights treaties are at the core of the international legal system for the promotion and protection of the human rights of every man, woman or child. International human rights standards were developed to protect people’s human rights against violation by individuals, groups or nations. Every UN member state is a party to the major human rights treaties. Guyana has demonstrated its commitment to the preservation of the rights of all citizens at a working session of the United Nations committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights held in Geneva Switzerland in 2015.The recent decision at the High court in Berbice where 51 persons were denied their rights to withdraw their names from an AFC document which ensured that the AFC can nominate candidates at the present LGE; The issue is whether this decision was made in haste, political judicial pressure, doctored police reports(Minister intervention), or because GECOM had already printed the ballots for the LGE, and as such the judge had no other option but to rule and in a way that denied these people their rights to withdraw their names-and support- from the AFC documents irrespective of trickery or not.In Article 2 of International Human Rights Declaration it states: “Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political jurisdictional or international status ……” this evidently ensured that even if people want to change their marriage, religion, nationality etc they have a right to, providing they follow the constitutional process.The people’s rights of Whim – Bloomfield, however, were disregarded when their decision to remove their names from AFC backers’ lists was rejected -despite legal authorised documents presented to GECOM and the court to indicate their choice- and unfortunately, they were forced to support the AFC.The UN GHRA and the international community should pay careful attention to what is actually happening in Guyana.Regards,Zamal Hussain
6 months after disappearingBy Andrew CarmichaelThe skeletal remains of a Black Bush Polder woman was on Friday morning dug up from a grave at the back of her yard at Mibicuri, Black Bush Polder, Berbice.The woman went missing since September last year and her husband kept telling his children that she had migrated to the US.The woman Lilwantie Balack, also called “Darling”, 39, of Mibicuri North, BlackThe grave in which the body was foundBush Polder, Corentyne, was last seen on September 3, 2016, by her children.At about 11:30h on Friday her remains were found in a four-foot grave situated about 120 meters behind the house.Her 21-year-old daughter, Dharshni Davi Balack, said her father gave conflicting reports about the whereabouts of her mother. She related to the media that her father told herself and siblings that their mother migrated to the US and when other relatives asked him about her, he told them a different version.Suspicion grew as no phone calls were received from Lilwantie and her husband; Sunildat Balack, also called “Red Man”, 43, took a 21-year-old woman to live with him. The three Balack children soon discovered that their new stepmother was wearing their mother’s wedding band.On Thursday morning, Major Crime Unit and investigators from B Division went to the grave, which was identified by the suspect. Government Pathologist DrDead: Lilwantie BalackVivekanand Bridgemohan was also present.Investigators dug for about two hours then found bones and another two hours of digging were able to get the entire skeleton.Divisional Commander, Assistant Commissioner Ian Amsterdam said they will have to conduct a DNA to confirm the woman’s identity.Meanwhile, Police who arrested the suspect on Tuesday were also initially told that the woman had migrated. However local immigration records confirmed that she did not leave the country. Investigators then pressured the suspect who crumbled and confessed.Guyana Times understands that that on September 6, 2016, the man and his wife had an argument over her wanting to go to the USA. This newspaper as told that the argument escalated after the man refused to allow his wife to go on vacation.The man told investigators that he coked his wife, who passed out and fell to the ground. He said that after she passed out he became scared and dug a hole in the back yard and buried her.At the time of the incident, the Balacks’s had a 17-year-old daughter living withInvestigators exiting the crime scenethem. However at the time of the incident she was not at home and when she returned she was told that her mother had left home for the USA.The dead woman’s daughter, Dharshni Balack told the media that after sometime they attempted to get the Police involved in the matter but were threatened by her father’s relatives.She said from the first day she was told that her mother had migrated there was the suspicion that something was amiss. She said the fact that her mother’s clothes were intact suggested that she did not go anywhere.Her brother Khemraj Balack tried to hold back the tears as he watched his mother’s remains being placed in containers by Police. The young man expressed no sympathy for his father and said whatever happens to him he deserves. “Let him feel how me Mummy feel…,” he said as tears bubbled in his eyes.Residents in the community describe the late Balack as a peaceful farmer, who never spoke much. They said in recent months the suspect had become obnoxious and had been consuming more alcohol that he was previously known to consume.Reports also indicate that since the disappearance of the woman, the suspect had never gone into his farm alone and would pay a neighbour to accompany him. The body was discovered buried in the said farm.The father of the now dead woman Chattergoon Budram was also on the scene on Friday.Gowmatie Edwards, who lives next door said that she was also told that the woman was overseas.Residents in the community describe the woman as a peaceful farmer who never spoke much. They say in recent months the suspect started to drink regularly.The Police are continuing their investigation.
0Shares0000Gor Mahia’s Ernest Wendo vies for the ball against Esperance du Tunis’s players during a CAF Champions League tie at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on March 7, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 11- Gor Mahia midfield workhorse Ernest Wendo will miss Wednesday afternoon’s CECAFA Kagame Cup semi-final match against Azam in Dar es Salaam and faces up to six weeks out with a groin injury after limping off the quarter final game against Vipers on Sunday.The injury looks to keep him out Gor’s CAF Confederation Cup campaign as well as a good chunk of their league assignments and will also miss K’Ogalo’s trip to England for a friendly match with Everton FC. “We have lost Wendo, we don’t know for how long. We need a proper physio to assess him and the extent of the injury, but it could be a minimum of six weeks because it’s a groin injury and that usually requires a lot of time,” head coach Dylan Kerr said.While Kerr will patch up with Philemon Otieno moving to midfield and Innocent Wafula slotting at right back at the Kagame Cup and local assignments, he might have to think of a solution for the Confederation Cup as Wafula is not registered to play.Gor will face Tanzania’s Yanga at home on July 18 and away in Dar es Salaam 10 days later, games that will be crucial in their aspiration to make it to the quarter finals of the continental championship.Gor Mahia’s George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo vies for the ball with Vipers’ Milton Karisa during the CECAFA Kagame Cup Quarter Finals at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on July 8, 2018.But before all that, the Kenyan champions will have their eyes fixed on a maiden Kagame Cup title in 23 years when they face Tanzania’s Yanga in the semis on Wednesday, a repeat of the 2015 final at the same venue.Kerr notes that Gor will not be going into the tie breathing revenge having lost that game 2-0, but notes his side will have their focus on getting the job done and qualifying for Sunday’s final.“I don’t really like the stories of revenge because sometimes the players lose focus. What I want us to do is go there and get the job done, do what we do best. I was here in 2015 and I watched the game; I think they were unlucky then,” the tactician says.Gor have grown into the tournament after a lackluster start dominated by off the field issues, but the tactician notes that everything is now settled and they are looking to make the best of their Kagame Cup campaign.Gor Mahia forward Ephraim Guikan controls the ball under pressure from a Rayon Sport defender during their CECAFA Kagame Cup game at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on July 1, 2018“The morale when we came here was low but the players have picked themselves up and it was evident in the game against Vipers especially in the second half. We have played six games in 12 days and that is definitely tough but my players have been phenomenal so far,” the coach noted.He now hopes that having had an extra day to rest compared to Azam will give them an edge and his charges will bulldoze their way into the final.While Gor came from behind to beat Vipers 2-1 in their quarter final tie, Azam made easy work of Rwanda’s Rayon Sport beating them 4-2, striker Shabaan Iddi scoring all four.In the other quarter final, Simba SC will face off with Zanzibar’s JKU who beat Singida United on penalties to progress.Potentially, Simba and Gor will meet in another final, barely a month after facing each other in the SportPesa Super Cup.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Robert Earnshaw Robert Earnshaw is perhaps not quite the deadly finisher he used to be.The former West Brom and Wales striker, now playing for the Vancouver Whitecaps in the MLS, clearly still fancies himself from 35 yards – but maybe he shouldn’t.This free kick against Seatle Sounders nearly cleared the entire stand. It was a terrible effort, but maybe it will get him a call-up to Wales’ injury-ravaged Rugby World Cup squad! https://platform.vine.co/static/scripts/embed.js 1
RENO, Nev. – A federal appeals court overturned the conviction of two men accused of stealing American Indian artwork Tuesday even though the judges said it was clear the men took the centuries-old petroglyphs. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Justice Department failed to prove that the rock art taken from national forest land had market value of more than $1,000. A federal court jury in Reno had convicted Carroll Mizell, 44, of Van Nuys, and John Ligon, 40, of Reno, Nev., in June 2004 of stealing government property. The two admitted they took three boulders with etchings of an archer and bighorn sheep from the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest but insisted they didn’t know they were breaking the law. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 Forest Service officials believe the petroglyphs are at least 1,000 years old, and an agency archaeologist testified they had an archaeological value of about $8,000. But prosecutors didn’t introduce an Arizona art gallery owner’s appraisal as evidence. He had estimated the boulders could be sold for $1,500 if they were in good condition but because they were badly scarred when they were removed, their retail value was $800 to $900. “It is clear that Ligon and Mizell stole the petroglyphs. It is equally clear that the petroglyphs had a market value,” Judge William A. Fletcher wrote in the opinion issued Tuesday. But he said that the government’s decision not to introduce evidence of the petroglyphs’ value within the meaning of federal law left the court with little choice but to overturn the convictions. Lawyer David Houston, who represented Mizell, said that the appeals court “agreed with us. … This case never should have gone to the jury.” Prosecutor Robert Don Gifford said he was reviewing the opinion and had no immediate comment. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 8, 9, 11 and 26.There was no match 3 winner. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €5,150 and Match 3 is €120. The team selling Killotto this week is Ladies A team. You can now do theKillotto online. Visit www.locallotto.ie and go to the Killybegs page.There was no winner of the Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prizes went to Anthony Quigley, Dunkineely. Next week’s Jackpot will be €2,250 on 50 calls. Scor Na NOg – A big thank you to all the young people who travelled to Glenfin last Friday. To those who took part in competitions in solo singing, ballad group, recitation and question time. All performed to a very high standard with 10 G.A.A. clubs being represented. Erin ‘Ban’ Gallagher has won and is through to the County Final. It’s being held on the 10th of November in Glenswilly in recitation section. Well done and good luck.The club are holding its annual fancy Dress Halloween Disco in the Lighthouse Disco, Cope House on Sunday October 28th, please come along to show your support! There will be spot prizes on the night as well as a special prize for the best overall costumes! The U-12 Parish League Jamsie Boyle Memorial Tournament has provisionally been scheduled for Sunday October 28th (Sunday Week) in Pairc Eamonn O’Beirne (Fintra) further updates and times to follow as soon as a definite date is confirmed. The next monthly Bord na nOg meeting will take place in the club-house on Wednesday October 24th at 8:30pm (sharp) All are welcome to attend! The Next Monthly Senior Board meeting will take place in the clubrooms at 8:30pm on Friday October 26th, all are welcome to attend!GAA: KILLYBEGS GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: October 23rd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: KILLYBEGS GAA CLUB NEWS
3 Luka Modric and co’s potential route to the final is favourable and they have shown glimpses of real quality in Russia, including a 3-0 thrashing of Argentina.But they made hard work of their last-16 match against Denmark, scraping through on penalties, while the Russians stunned 2010 world champions Spain.You can listen to the action unfold live on talkSPORT from 7pm on Saturday.What the managers are saying Modric has shone in Russia 3 Cherchesov had a message for the Russian press Zhirkov will miss the game Russia feature in the last quarter-final of the 2018 World Cup against Croatia at the Fisht Olympic Stadium.The hosts finds themselves in the last eight against all the odds after entering the tournament as the lowest-ranked team, while Croatia have emerged as unlikely contenders for the famous trophy. 3 Stanislav Cherchesov (Russia): “As a coach I am trying not to watch the TV, I don’t read papers, I am concentrating on my job. I believe that is the same for the players.“I am trying not to get distracted. If I get a newspaper I will read a headline. Criticism is good but I believe we should have our eyes and ears open.Zlatko Dalic (Croatia): “They have everyone behind them, the whole country wants them to win.“But my players have played in big matches, in big stadiums.“We have done our work on them. Against Denmark, we did not expect Jonas Knudsen to keep throwing long-balls because he didn’t play in the last six matches. But he did and they scored. We will be ready for Russia. I believe in my players.”What the players are sayingMario Fernandes (Russia): “Before the tournament, no one thought we’d get here, no one believed we would get out of the group.“Only a few in the media supported us, but the whole team believed in ourselves, knew we would fight.”Ante Rebic (Croatia): “I think we have more quality in our team and I think we are going to be the ones to set the tone.”What’s the team news? Former Chelsea wing-back Yuri Zhirkov is ruled out for Russia with a calf problem.Alan Dzagoev, who has largely been forgotten since injuring his hamstring in the opening game, could return for the hosts despite a back problem.Croatia should have 23 players to choose from, with Ivan Strinic and Mateo Kovacic recovering from minor niggles.Predicted teamsRussia: Akinfeev; Fernandes, Kutepov, Ignashevich, Kudryashov; Zobnin, Kuzyaev; Samedov, Golovin, Cheryshev; DzyubaCroatia: Subasic; Vrsaljko, Lovren, Vida, Strinic; Rakitic, Brozovic, Rebic, Modric, Perisic; MandzukicJoin talkSPORT from 7pm on Saturday for live commentary of Russia v Croatia
Jimmy Duffy’s Annagry Community NotesBOOK LAUNCHA new book written by David A. Dunlop was launched recently at a function in Leos Tavern Meenaleck. The novel called Olieán na Márbh (The Island of the Dead) is set in the Lower Rosses in 1897 was launched by Domhnall Mac Ruairí and Mary McCaul. It’s a story of landscape and history, of love and loss, of change and challenge to cultural norms, of clergy and community, of misunderstanding and rumour, of responsibility and redemption. The book is available in two formats, in paperback and ebook from www.amazon.com or from the author himself. The ebook version has background music depicting the music of one of its characters. David can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Music at the launch night was provided by Clann Mhic Ruairí, Brí, Tara Haughey, Martin Crossan and harpist Lucy Caird. David a native of North Co. Antrim has been visiting the area for more than thirty years and is now residing in Mullaghduff. Listen to David as he talks about his book to Jimmy Duffy on The Memory Lane programme live on www.rossesradio.com on Saturday September 13th at 3.30pm. TIDY TOWN SUCCESSFollowing the their success in the 2014 Tidy Towns competition this week, the PRO of Annagry Tidy Towns committee Seamus Rodgers congratulated Community workers, Tús Scheme workers, CE Scheme workers, Business people in the village, local householders, Donegal County Council and last but certainly not least Eddie Duffy with his Bikes in Bloom. Annagry’s gain of seven points on last year’s total show that the graph is going in the right direction. He also congratulated neighbouring areas participating in this year’s competition.CLASSES AND ACTIVITIESCoiste Forbartha Anagaire will facilitate a number of classes and activities this autumn. We hope to provide many other activities, events and dances in the Hall over the season. These and other happenings in the area will be published in our community notes, facebook, website www.annagrycommunity.com and our newsletter which will be available in local outlets in the coming weeks. If you feel that there is something else that could be happening in the hall or the community, please let us know. For further contact us at email@example.com or by mobile 087 1935066. PILATESPilates classes start on Monday morning September 29th between 10.30am and 11.30am in Annagry Community Hall. The total fee for this six week long course is €60. If the cost is paid in full on day one, the overall cost will be reduced. To enrol, contact 0871483548.CROCHETCrochet classes will begin on Wednesday evening September 24th at 7 pm in Annagry Community Hall. The cost of this 6 week long course is €45 payable on night one. Contact 0871935066 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol.FLY TYING Tution in the craft of Fly Tying will begin on Tuesday evening October 14th in Annagry Community Hall. This is an 8 week long course and is suitable for all age groups. The cost is €60 or €40 for under 18s. For further information contact Contact 0871935066 or email@example.comSOCIAL MEDIASocial media classes will be held on Wednesday afternoons starting October 22nd in Annagry Community Hall. This class will all aspects of Social Media such as email, search engines, online searching, booking and buying, twitter, facebook, scype etc.YOGA Yoga classes will start on Thursday 25th September in Annagry Community Hall from 7pm – 8.30pm. The fee for this eight week long course is €60 payable at the beginning of class one. Booking is essential. Contact 0871935066 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol.LOCAL HISTORY AND HERITAGEA Local History and Heritage course will begin on Tuesday October 15th in Annagry Community Hall. This night class will be held over the course of eight weeks. It will cover subjects such as family history, place names, historic events and locations, folklore, folklife etc. For further information contact us at email@example.com or by mobile 087 1935066.ART CLASSBeginners Art Classes will be held on Saturday afternoons between 12pm and 2pm in Annagry Community Hall. Although this class will be taught through the medium of oils, others mediums will be accommodated. For further information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile 087 1935066.TABLE QUIZA Table Quiz in aid of Donegal Irish Kidney Association Branch will be held in Caisleain Óir Annagry on Wednesday September 17th at 10pm. Teams of four €20 per table. Thank you for your continued support.WAR COMMEMORATIONThe involvement of the Lower Rosses, Crolly and the Hills area one hundred years ago was commemorated over a weeklong event held in Annagry Hall and Kincasslagh Church and Cemetery. The event started on Monday September 25th with an ecumenical service of remembrance in the Community Hall Annagry at which Fr. Pat Ward P.P and Margaret Boyd Church of Ireland presided. The readers at the service were Jim Boyd Carnboy and Hannah Gallagher Mullaghduff. After the service an exhibition opened, chronicling the lives of 160 local people caught up in the upheaval of war, in which at least 65 from this area paid the ultimate price. In addition to the local display, Donegal County Museum Letterkenny kindly displayed their travelling World War One exhibition. On Wednesday September 27th a Memorial Mass was held in Kincasslagh Church. In his apt and thought provoking sermon Fr. Pat Ward asked for the forgiveness of the Catholic Church’s role in World War One enlistments. He prayed for the people of the area caught up in all wars and the victims of the Ballymanus Mine Disaster. After the Mass, Fr. Ward unveiled and blessed a memorial stone that reads “Dedicated to the memory of Lower Rosses who have died as a result of war”. This memorial is situated in the south eastern side of Kincasslagh Old Graveyard. The highlight of the exhibition came on Saturday September 30th when many local people put on display for the first time personal artefacts relating to their relatives who took part in war. This display will form part of a County wide exhibition opening in the County Museum Letterkenny on Wednesday September 25th at 7.30pm. All is welcome to attend but RSVP required to 074 9124613 or to email@example.comSYMPATHYSympathy of the community is extended to the relatives and friends of the late Michael Rodgers Braade, Gracie Duffy Belcruit Mountain and Calendar Scotland and Patrick Doogan Gortnasade who have recently passed to their eternal reward. May they rest in peace.LOTTOThere was no winner of the €1880 jackpot in the Naomh Muire Club Lotto for September 3rd. The numbers drawn were 3-16-17-18. Alec McDyer Kerrytown, Odhran Duffy Carrickfin, Bridget Marry Rannyhual, Shannon Sharkey Annagry and Sally Rodgers Ailt an Éin Loughanure matched 3 numbers. The jackpot on September 10th is €1940. If you’re not in, you can’t win! The next 100+Draw is on the 25th of Sept. Sellers are asked to please get your subs in on time to the co-ordinator.DD LOCAL: ANNAGRY TIDY TOWNS COMMITTEE TOAST SUCCESS was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Annagry newsJimmy Duffy
A man who was caught with ten stolen mobile phones has been jailed for six months.Sabin Rostas appeared at Letterkenny District Court after being caught with the phones at a routine Garda patrol at Oldtown, Letterkenny on February 24th last. The court was told that all ten phones had been stolen on the same night at the Warehouse Bar in Letterkenny.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client was not charged with theft and that other people who were not before the court were responsible for that.He said everyone whose phone had been stolen had received them back despite the fact that they were without them for a period of time.He said his client had gathered some cash and wanted to compensate the victims for the period of time without their phones.Rostas, aged 28 from The Green, Convoy, also pleaded guilty to the theft of a purse form a handbag in the Voodoo NIghtclub in Letterkenny on December 24th, 2017.The court was told that CCTV showed Rostas putting the purse into a ceiling space inside the men’s toilets but that €70 in cash taken from the purse was never recovered.Judge Paul Kelly said Rostas, who has seven previous convictions, had got off lightly until now with community services and fines.“There’s only one way I can deal with this,” added Judge Kelly.He sentenced Rostas to three months in prison for the purse theft but backdated that sentence to March 17th when he went into custody and a further three months for possession of the stolen phones.Man caught with ten stolen mobile phones jailed for 6 months was last modified: June 7th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)