10 Jul

Amid Heat Wave, Fire Causes Power Failure for Part of Los Angeles

Amid Heat Wave, Fire Causes Power Failure for Part of Los Angeles

Amid Heat Wave, Fire Causes Power Failure for Part of Los Angeles

A fire at night in the water and power department of Los Angeles has forced officials to remove power to about 140,000 residents of the city, leaving them without air conditioning for about 12 hours during a record wave of hot.

The fire, which broke out at a receiving station in northern Los Angeles, Northridge, burned intensely in equipment and around high voltage, said Brian Humphrey, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Columns of smoke crossed the San Fernando Valley, while firefighters worked for about two hours to extinguish the flame, he said.

The fire left the network operators more remedy than to turn off the power so that the crews can extinguish the flames.

Authorities said in a statement Saturday that the power transmission system in the northern part of the city “was greatly disturbed by the fire and subsequent failure.
California Torn Rain Winter Says “The Drought” April 7, 2017
Once the fire went out, the teams worked overnight and were restored
Service through the affected parts of the city from 6 to 8 hours on Sunday, said the Department of Water and power in Los Angeles in a statement. Utility said the blackout started around 18:55 Saturday.

The power outage could hardly have been worse for the Los Angeles sufferers per day in a heat wave that has reached new heights Saturday.

Curt Kaplan, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard, Calif., Said downtown Los Angeles had a temperature of 98 Saturday, beating a 95-day record for which it was created in 1886.

Records elsewhere decades were almost up to Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, near where the fire occurred, reached 112, recording a record of 1985.

“Everyone complains that we get in touch,” said M. Humphrey.

High temperatures contributed to a dozen fires throughout California, authorities said, and experts.

The most important is the Alamo Fire 19 000 acres in San Luis Obispo County, which contains only 10% said Lynnette Ronda, the spokeswoman for the Forest Department and Fire Protection in California.

Another fire in Butte County, northern California, has forced some mandatory evacuations, according to the ministry.

California was soaked by the rain this winter after suffering years of drought. Experts in meteorology and fire said the precipitation left behind the brush and the foliage facilitate the expansion of the fires quickly.

10 Jul

Alton Sterling protesters treated ‘like animals’ in Baton Rouge prison, advocacy group claims

Alton Sterling protesters treated 'like animals' in Baton Rouge prison, advocacy group claims

Alton Sterling protesters treated ‘like animals’ in Baton Rouge prison, advocacy group claims

Dozens of protesters detained last summer after the death of Alton Sterling were treated “like animals” and humiliated inside the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison, according to a new report describing conditions blocking as far as Which is unconstitutional.

Protesters, most of whom have been set aside for blocking a road, were subjected to excessive force, including indiscriminate use of pepper by guards, and spent hours or days locked in overcrowded “stained with Land and blood, “according to the report drawn up by the Justice Initiative pledge, a New Orleans advocacy group.

The report, which will be published Monday, accused guards of retaliation against protesters for participating in protests that lasted days after Sterling’s death in a clash with police outside a convenience store.

However, the report says that ill-treatment of protesters reflects a systematic oppression that prisoners suffer every day in prison.

Moreover, according to the report, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff “seems to encourage or at least tolerate the abusive and humiliating conduct of the guards.”

“The arrest and detention of about 180 people protesting against the Alton Sterling police murder provides a painful window into the actual conditions of East Baton Rouge Parish Prison,” the report said.

“Unfortunately, this report reflects the treatment of detainees in the East Parish prison of Baton Rouge, when everyone was watching.”

Prison guard Dennis Grimes defended the actions of his guards as “adequate, professional and well in accordance with constitutional rules,” adding that “they acted at all times in an appropriate manner.”

“The demands of the protesters are unfounded,” Grimes said.

The report, based on interviews with more than a dozen demonstrators, mentions several stories from the time of the time to the demonstrators behind the bars published last summer by the lawyer and other media outlets.

But it provides a more detailed window of what the report describes as “unconstitutional coercion” of protesters, including repeated refusal of medical treatment inside the prison, whether for injuries sustained during detention or another pre-existing condition.

“The way we treat detained people that defines us, and when we take people who protest against racism and violence and deal with force, who divides our communities, undermines our trust in the justice system and degrades us “Said Ben G Cohen, a lawyer for the Justice Initiative pledge. “We need better people system.”

Thousands of protesters left the capital after Sterling’s death, clashes with police in a series of road-side road scams and Goodwood Avenue – near the headquarters of the Baton Rouge Police Department – and marched on The Government street, which culminated in another confrontation.

Hundreds of police, the men engaged in riots, have set a hard line in their efforts to keep traffic on critical routes to the city.

Many of the detainees were charged with trespassing illegally, a backlog that in many cases, prosecutors have declined rapidly to prosecute. At least three journalists were taken into custody, according to Black activists Vidas Matters DeRay Mckesson.

10 Jul

Charlottesville police release statement on KKK protests

Charlottesville police release statement on KKK protests

Charlottesville police release statement on KKK protests

Charlottesville, VA (WSET) – A day after the KKK demonstration in Charlottesville, the city said 22 people were arrested.
The number of arrests is less than originally reported as a detention was initially counted twice, according to the city.

The police chief said three people were taken to hospital, two due to heat problems and one to an alcohol-related problem.

“I am pleased with the professionalism and commitment of our law enforcement partners, as our security plan was well executed,” the police chief said in a statement.

Nearly 50 members of loyal white knights traveled to North Carolina Saturday to Justice Park to protest against the withdrawal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
The city estimates that about 1,000 people came to protest against the KKK.

The Klan members recovered for less than an hour before leaving. The protester followed them to a parking lot where police were told to disperse an illegal gathering.
Police and protesters headed to the park where, according to a city spokesman, frustration runs.

Virginia State Police threw three containers of tear gas to disperse the crowd.
Here is a statement from Chief of Police Charlottesville, Al Thomas

“First of all, our main goal was the safety of the community and the protection of citizens’ civil liberties at the end of the day, three people were transferred to the hospital.” 2 For heat related problems one for a problem related to the alcohol.

I am satisfied with the professionalism and commitment of our partners in law enforcement, as our security plan was well executed. Officers traveled from all over to assist the CPD to maintain law and order during this difficult task.

Hundreds of local citizens expressed themselves in a non-violent protest against hatred, which was launched at the Justice Park. When the Klan members arrived, the atmosphere quickly became an emotional burden.

Several external groups said they would become confrontational; However, we were prepared for the riots that occurred near the conclusion of the event which unfortunately resulted in a number of arrests. Order was quickly restored and our community remains secure.

As is customary practice, we will examine the events of the day in the coming weeks and months to assess successes and weaknesses.

We are committed to providing our residents a strong and safe city to live and be a partner in our community. “- Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas

10 Jul

‘March for Justice’ Ends in Istanbul With a Pointed Challenge to Erdogan

‘March for Justice’ Ends in Istanbul With a Pointed Challenge to Erdogan

‘March for Justice’ Ends in Istanbul With a Pointed Challenge to Erdogan

Istanbul – Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators left for a massive demonstration in Istanbul on Sunday evening, applauding the opposition leader when he closed his Justice Market three weeks ago and challenged President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to implement the changes or Face a “revolt against injustice.”

“No one should think that this march is over, this march is a start,” said Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, leader of the Republican People’s Party, known as cogeneration, as he walks on the beat stage. “It is a rebirth for us, for our country and our children. Let us rebel against injustice.”

Mr Kilicdaroglu spoke on Sunday in Istanbul to demand justice for the thousands of people arrested or suspended from their jobs since the coup struck by Turkey last year.
The march, organized by politicians from Turkey’s largest opposition party to protest against government crackdown on thousands of its opponents, has drawn tens of thousands of people started on June 15 in the capital Ankara, Turkey’s first Turkish city, Which is about 250 miles to the northwest.

More than a million people attended the rally Sunday night, said police C.H.P. Organizers, such as youth groups and other opposition parties, joined. Traders with t-shirts and posters with the word “Adalet” or justice have called for the return of an independent judiciary and an impartial and expeditious justice for the tens of thousands of people arrested or suspended from work since the coup struck by Turkey last year .

Despite their differences, however, government and opposition leaders seemed to take great steps to avoid a major confrontation because walking has reached its peak.

Sunday rally could easily have been banned in the state of emergency that has been in effect since the coup attempt. Many police escorted the protesters, but they did not interfere.

In a symbolic gesture, but perhaps in order to manage the crowd, Mr. Kilicdaroglu directed the last two miles of individual gathering.

A former official, Mr. Kilicdaroglu, 69, captured the imagination of many fans with his gentle manner and his insistence on a peaceful march in the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi.

“This is not a protest against the government,” said Samet Akten, communications director for walking, in a statement Sunday.

“It is important to recognize the exceptionally peaceful nature of this process and its very specific objective. We are going to express a collective desire not in favor of an independent and fair judicial system, which recently failed in Turkey.”

Although the government has authorized the march and demonstration that will take place despite security problems and obvious criticism of the authoritarian leadership of M. Erdogan is the biggest sign of opposition since the coup struck last July, resulting in the Death of 249 people.

10 Jul

USA Gymnastics doctor to plead guilty to child porn charges

USA Gymnastics doctor to plead guilty to child porn charges

USA Gymnastics doctor to plead guilty to child porn charges

Former University of Michigan physician Larry Nassar has agreed to plead guilty to federal child pornography charges.

Nassar, 53, of Holt, was charged in December with the counts of obtaining and possessing child pornography. Months later, the federal prosecutor’s office added a third allegation that Nassar had claimed images or files destroyed.

An agreement has been signed to plead guilty to three counts, according to a copy of the agreement obtained by the Lansing State Journal. The settlement agreement does not include a settlement penalty.

Each charge carries a penalty of five to twenty years imprisonment.

Larry Nassar and a career full of “silence”
The formal plea agreement was not presented at a federal court hearing and no motive has been provided. Your next appointment is scheduled for August.

Matt Newburg, one of Nassar’s lawyers, declined to comment.

In December, the day after Nassar’s arrest, an FBI agent testified at a detention hearing that during a search at Holt Nassar’s estate, police found the hard disks, some of them in a waste container outside Of the house, which contained at least 37,000 video images of child pornography.

The agent also testified that the videos were found that seemed to prove that Nassar sexually abusing girls in a pool.

Nassar worked at the MSU for nearly 20 years. The university dismissed him on September 20, but on September 16 sent him a letter in which, in light of the new allegations of sexual assault and the restriction of information on a 2004 police investigation, the university plans to dismiss him.

September 19, according to the plea agreement, Nassar took his laptop computer that works in a computer service shop and paid $ 49 to have all data, including the operating system, permanently removed.

The agreement between the parties says Nassar has removed the laptop and put the hard disks in a trash can “to obstruct and impede” the investigation.

The agreement with the prosecution includes an agreement that Nassar will be registered as a sex offender and an agreement under which the United States

The Michigan West District Attorney’s Office will not proceed for alleged sexual exploitation or sexual intent to children, including a 2015 incident in their pool.

Nassar also worked with United States gymnastics. He left the organization in the fall of 2015 with little notice.

The settlement will resolve one of four criminal cases against Nassar, leaving three cases of sexual assault being prosecuted by the Michigan Attorney General’s Office.

These three cases include 22 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, all three, but three of his former physician role. Nassar faces life in prison if convicted of state charges.

It is also being sued by more than 115 women and girls, all except those who claim in the lawsuit that he sexually abused them during medical appointments. Many said the abuse took place at the MSU, United States gymnastics events or Twistars Gymnastics Club in Dimondale.

10 Jul

Donald Trump Jr. loyally prosecutes his father’s meme war on CNN

Donald Trump Jr. loyally prosecutes his father’s meme war on CNN

Donald Trump Jr. loyally prosecutes his father’s meme war on CNN

If we could break Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr. out of any political context and talk like two men with smartphones, his story could be one of father and son learning to remember together.

They testify of their achievements during the last week.
Of course, it is simplistic; The same of triumphs can not be separated from politics than men.

When Trump tweeted a video of himself he achieved an avatar CNN a week ago, he did as President of the United States – he frequently attacked the press as a man.

When Trump Jr. spent the next few days in anticipation of the changes, even his father – who culminates in Trump as Tom Cruise chasing CNN in “Top Gun” – did what the son of a political attacker and one of the fiercest supporters of the President.

[The Reddit user behind the same CNN Trump apologized. But the story is #CNNBlackmail kisses.]

Father and son have long been prolific online. And their duration assault WrestleMania-a-Top Gun “for a week on CNN is not the first time they are tied to a rival.
You may remember the last weeks of the 2016 election, when Trump jumped on his Democratic opponent to call his followers a “deplorable basket.”

“Sensational. Hillary Clinton was so isolating my followers, millions of incredible people and the workers,” Trump said on Twitter, he was using for years, promoting the written word in GIF.

“I think it’s going to cost you the polls,” Trump concludes in his tweet in September.

The label “deplorable” Clinton has actually become a symbol of pride for many Trump fans. His evolution into a complete meme was strong with Trump Jr. a few days after his father tweeted.
There is almost a year, and Trump Jr. said that ignorance of the image he had promoted.

“I’ve never heard of the frog Pepe” Has ABC told the presenter who calls the caricature of a “white suprematise” symbol. “I thought it was a frog in a wig. I thought it was really fun.”

But if Trump Jr. was even a beginner then much apprendreait.

By the end of 2016, many journalists have begun writing about a phenomenon they called false news. As reported by the media as the political and NPR aspects, these articles were fabricated from shady websites designed to encourage people to share fictions as reality in social networks.

30 Jun

Israel: Palestinian militant factions deny Islamic State claim of Jerusalem shooting incident

Israel: Palestinian militant factions deny Islamic State claim of Jerusalem shooting incident

Israel: Palestinian militant factions deny Islamic State claim of Jerusalem shooting incident

Palestinian militant factions have today denied a claim by the Islamic state that three Palestinian men who led a fatal shootout stroke and stroke strokes in Jerusalem were members of the militant group.

The Islamic state took responsibility for Friday’s attack in which one Israeli policeman was killed and another wounded, according to the QAMA news agency.

Israeli security officials did not immediately respond to requests for comments on what the SITE tracking group described as the first time the Islamic state had claimed an attack on a territory controlled by Israel or affiliated with the attackers.

However, a senior Hamas official, the Islamist group that governs Gaza and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), said the three attackers, all of whom died on the spot, were its own members.

“The three martyr heroes who carried out the operation in Jerusalem have no relationship with Daesh (Islamic State), which are associated with the PFLP and Hamas,” Hamas “Izzat al-Reshiq said on Twitter.

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The PFLP issued a statement identifying two of the attackers as members. “The FPLP press office army army cries two of its heroic comrades, two released prisoners,” he said.

Israeli police said Friday that all of the attackers were from Palestinian cities in the occupied West Bank. Two attackers, both from Ramallah, were between 18 and 19 years old and the third was 30 years old from Hebron, police spokeswoman Luba Simri said.

The attacks took place simultaneously in two areas near the Damascus gate of the ancient walled city of Jerusalem.

Two Palestinians were shot dead after they opened fire and tried to beat a group of Israeli police in a scene, police said. In the other, a Palestinian policeman mortally wounded the border before being shot down by the police.

A wave of attacks by Palestinian streets began in October 2015, but has since declined. Israel accuses the incitement of violence by the Palestinian leadership.

The Palestinian Authority, which exercises limited autonomy in the West Bank denies it and says the assailants acted out of the desperation of the Israeli occupation of land sought by the Palestinians for a state.

Peace talks between the two countries erupted in 2014. Palestinians want to establish an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem, territories Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war.

17 Jun

Darjeeling protests: Policeman stabbed during Gorkhaland stir, two GJM workers die in firing

Darjeeling protests: Policeman stabbed during Gorkhaland stir, two GJM workers die in firing

Darjeelingprotests:Policeman stabbed during Gorkhaland stir, two GJM workers die in firing

A policeman and two political workers have died in clashes in Darjeeling on Saturday as violence has convulsed the picturesque mountain resort and the army crossed the street to press against protests demanding a separate state of Gorkhaland.

Local sources said Kiran Tamang, an officer in the Indian reserve battalion, was stabbed in the back with a traditional Gorkha knife while security forces struggled to contain the crowds of thousands of people who burned police cars and looted Government property shouting slogans against the government.

“Five years that you have enjoyed now, when elections are held, violence starts because it has lost credibility,” said Mamata Banerjee, the main minister in Calcutta, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha who heads events. It is expected that before August – Elections in the Autonomous Territory Gorkha Administration – controlled by the GJM.

Darjeeling crisis forms dislike of attacks on government property in the dark

Rajnath returns the situation in Darjeeling, Kashmir
Undersecretary of GJM, Binay Tamang, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha carrying the demonstrations, claimed that two supporters were shot dead by the police, but their identity could not be determined immediately.

Deputy director general of police (order) Anuj Sharma denied that police had fired on protesters, but the local television footage showed bullets fire forces in the air.
“We want a judicial investigation into the firing, and the police did not fire rubber balls or water cannons, they opened fire with .303 caliber bullets, are we enemies of India?” Tamang told reporters.

Thousands of tourists fled Darjeeling – known as the queen of the hills – as clashes erupted on June 8 between government forces and GJM. Parts of the hill – led by ally GJM BJP – gathered to press a 100-year petition to separate Gorkhaland plains from West Bengal, a claim strongly opposed by Banerjee.
Supporters of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) are involved in government institutions such as hydroelectric projects and health centers.

These are the first deaths in the protests as the spiraling violence in the hills after a police raid in the office of the GJM chief, Bimal Gurung, who is hiding. Experts fear that blood can fall Darjeeling riots in the 1980s, when hundreds of people died when the state government brutally repressed the movement.

An autonomous Hill Council with special administrative authority has been established as a compromise, but is plagued by allegations of corruption dilatory and governmental projects.

The government reported that it will not bow to the GJM, but faces an unprecedented crisis, just weeks after the Trinamool Congress has made history by recording its first victory on a hill in the city when Mirik won.

Saturday scenes in Darjeeling and Ghoom looked like near a battlefield with charred buses, police vehicles and stones and mutilated dozens of balls scattered on the road. There were blood stains on the road in the Lebong Basket Front street of the University of San Jose.

Police fired tear gas and GJM supporters who began throwing stones at them. Many GJM women also work in the streets to protest. GJM supporters had the advantage of knowing the terrain and local roads that shocked and surprised the security forces.

“Mortal supporters take advantage of the local advantage and attack the police.It is unfortunate.We expect it to withstand vandalism in the hills with people,” said Darjeeling’s mediator, Trinamool’s president, Goutam Deb, who is Also Minister of State for Tourism.

Meanwhile, Bikram Rai, an employee of the GTA media cell and the son of the MP of Darjeeling, Amar Singh Rai, who was arrested at his residence last night, was released on Saturday.

17 Jun

Kashmir unrest: 14 people, including LeT militant Junaid Matoo, killed in separate incidents

Kashmir unrest: 14 people, including LeT militant Junaid Matoo, killed in separate incidents

Kashmir unrest: 14 people, including LeT militant Junaid Matoo, killed in separate incidents

The Kashmir valley saw a multitude of violence on Friday, while 14 people were killed in three separate incidents. The deceased are three militants, two civilians, eight police officers and one soldier.

Militants killed in Arwani region

The first incident took place in the village of Arwani, located in the Kilgam district south of Kashmir. – Security forces including the military, Kashmir police and CRPF – had been rushed to Lashkar-e-Taiba militants (LET) in a house in the Malik mohalla area. An animated combat shot in which three militants were killed, including LeT’s top commander, Junaid Mattoo.

Mattoo, 19, was one of the 12 most wanted militants in the Kashmir valley was a new generation of Kashmiri militants who joined the LeT instead of Hizbul Mujahideen.

The bodies of three militants were recovered by security forces. The other two militants were identified as Nasir Wani and Adil Mushtaq Mir.

Also recovered weapons, ammunition, magazines and grenades of appointments.

Image deceased commander LeT Junaid Mattoo. Image courtesy: News18 died image file commander LeT Junaid Mattoo.

As they approached the region, the youth gathered around the area and began to take off the forces that have caused clashes between the security forces and civilians. Clashes also erupted around the area where forces fired on demonstrators.

Two civilians, Mohammad Ashraf Khar, 22, and Ahsan Dar, 14, died in layoffs.

Due to the losses, the separatists called for a protest strike and the authorities imposed Section 144 in southern Kashmir.

One group attacked the police in the area of Achabal

In what is supposed to be a response to Mattoo’s death, the terrorists attacked a police party in the Achabal area in southern Kashmir, 20 km from the site of the Arwani meeting.

At first they dominated the police and fatally beat them in their face nearby. The incident took place when Feroz Ahmed, a batch of 2,010 deputy inspector, went to the police station after he performed his duty at Anantnag.

The militants had ambushed the Anantnag-Achabal road near the village of Kulgad and fired at the police party. The police are not traveling in a bulletproof vehicle.

All the police, including Ahmed, were killed immediately, police said. The army was called in to carry out a tracking operation in the region. The Hindu reports the number of policemen who died at eight.

Ahmed was very popular in the South Kashmir Police Division and had recently organized an iftar party. The other deceased officers include advisers Sharik Ahmad and Tanveer Ahmad (Budgam district), Sheraz Ahmad (Asher Ahmad) and Ahmed Sabzar (Anantnag).

Soldier killed in LOC

In a separate, unknown incident, a soldier in the Indian Army was killed by a shot in the Pakistani army at the Control Line in the state’s Naushera sector. The shooting took place at the Control Line (LOC) in the Rajouri district.

Defense Ministry spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Manish Mehta said: “The Pakistani army launched unprovoked dismissal against Indian army positions in the Naushera sector by 5150 Friday.”

“The Indian army has responded vigorously and effectively,” he said. “In the exchange of shots, Naik Bakhtawar Singh hurts and succumbed to his injuries during the evacuation to the military hospital.”

30 May

SpaceX settles $3.9m shift pattern class action lawsuit

SpaceX settles $3.9m shift pattern class action lawsuit

SpaceX, Elon Musk, has agreed to pay nearly $ 4 million to thousands of underpaid employees, but one of them is curiously annoyed by his exceptional fate.

Los Angeles judge Elihu M. Berle lent his support to the courts to resolve the SpaceX class action lawsuit after the first hearing and to separate the objections of the aging SpaceX Howard Smith who tried to block the deal.

The settlement ends several lawsuits filed in recent years, claiming that the SpaceX change models meant that workers could not take their rest periods and legal breaks. Each worker will receive an average of $ 500, the highest payment being $ 2000 per person.

Christina Lucio, a lawyer for 4099 people represented in the class action lawsuit, told the court: “I think the record that it is clear that M. Smith and his lawyer had the opportunity to represent the course and were judged insufficient.”

Smith had tried to take the SpaceX case itself under a California law that allows disgruntled employees to launch a lawsuit themselves with state support – but three quarters of all payments are paid to the banks of the State in exchange, according to legal site Law360.

His lawyers argued that in response SpaceX Lucio was trying to resolve the class action lawsuit to pay him a lower settlement SpaceX, d’Elon Musk, agreed to a payer of four million dollars to the millers d’employés sous-payés, More l’un d’entre eux est curieusement agacé par sa chance exceptionnelle.

The judge of Los Angeles, Elihu M. Berle, a donation to the court for the collection of the SpaceX collection, is the premier audience and rejects the objections of SpaceX, Howard Smith, qui tentait de bloquer l’affaire .

Le règlement met fin de plusieurs procès triesés au cours des dernières années en alléguant that the modèles de changement de SpaceX signifiaient that les travailleurs ne pouvaient pas prendre leurs periods of repos et les pauses légales. Chaque travailleur recevra en moyenne 500 $, les paiements les plus élevés étant of 2 000 $ for person.

Christina Lucio, avocate pour les 4 099 personnes représentées dans le recours collectif, a déclaré au tribunal: “I think that the dossier is that M. Smith is an avocat on the occasion of représenter le cours et ils ont été jugés insuffisants “.

Smith avait essayé de mener l’affaire SpaceX lui-même en vertu d’une loi californienne qui permet aux employés mécontents de lancer un procès eux-mêmes avec le soutien de l’État – more les trois quarts de tout paiement sont versés aux caisses De l’État en retour, selon le site juridique Law360.

Ses avocats ont plaidé en réponse à Lucio that SpaceX essay de régler le procès collectif afin de lui payer un règlement inférieur.SpaceX, Elon Musk, ha acordado pagar casi $ 4 millones a miles de empleados mal pagados, pero uno de ellos es curiosamente molesto por su excepcional suerte.

El juez de Los Ángeles Elihu M. Berle, dio su apoyo a los tribunales para resolver la demanda de acción de clase SpaceX después de la primera audiencia y separar a las objeciones del anciano SpaceX, Howard Smith, que intentó bloquear el acuerdo .

El acuerdo termina varias demandas presentadas en los últimos años, alegando que los modelos de SpaceX cambio significó que los trabajadores no podían tomar sus períodos de descanso y las pausas legales. Cada trabajador recibirá un promedio de $ 500, el pago más alto es de $ 2000 por persona.

Christina Lucio, un abogado de 4099 personas representadas en la demanda colectiva, dijo al tribunal: “Creo que el disco que está claro que el M. Smith y su abogado tuvieron la oportunidad de representar el curso y se juzgaron insuficientes “.

Smith había tratado de llevar el caso SpaceX sí mismo bajo una ley de California que permite a los empleados descontentos para poner en marcha una demanda a sí mismos con el apoyo del estado – pero tres cuartas partes de todos los pagos se pagan a los bancos del Estado a cambio, de acuerdo con el sitio legal Law360.

Sus abogados argumentaron que en respuesta SpaceX Lucio estaba tratando de resolver la demanda de acción de clase a pagarle un asentamiento más bajoSpaceX, d’Elon Musk, a convenu de payer près de 4 millions de dollars à des milliers d’employés sous-payés, mais l’un d’entre eux est curieusement agacé par sa chance exceptionnelle.

Le juge de Los Angeles, Elihu M. Berle, a donné son soutien au tribunal pour régler le procès collectif de SpaceX après la première audience et rejeter les objections de l’ancien homme de SpaceX, Howard Smith, qui tentait de bloquer l’affaire.

Le règlement met fin à plusieurs procès intentés au cours des dernières années en alléguant que les modèles de changement de SpaceX signifiaient que les travailleurs ne pouvaient pas prendre leurs périodes de repos et les pauses légales. Chaque travailleur recevra en moyenne 500 $, les paiements les plus élevés étant de 2 000 $ par personne.

Christina Lucio, avocate pour les 4 099 personnes représentées dans le recours collectif, a déclaré au tribunal