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Sunday, March 24, 2013

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Professional Boxing And Guererro Return To The WY&CC

Salisbury Slugfest – Where the Fist Meets the Face

In what is being billed as the Salisbury Slugfest, Boxer Alexis Guerrero, 8-0 (5 KO's) will fight his first main event right in his hometown of Salisbury, Maryland at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center (WY&CC) as he faces Elvin Sanchez of Atlantic City, New Jersey. The night of action packed fights will take place Friday, April 12th at 8:00pm.Doors will open at 6:30pm. The bell is scheduled for 8:00pm.

This will be Guerrero’s fifth fight in his hometown, and his fourth at the WY&CC. In Guerrero’s last visit to the ring he stopped a very tough Harvey Jolly of Michigan while fighting in Atlanta, GA. Guerrero is expected to fight for a belt sometime this summer. Guerrero trains under Coach Hal Chernoff at the Main St. Gym.

Guerrero, residing in Delmar, has one daughter. He is the brother of middleweight contender Fernando Guerrero, who will fight for the WBO world Championship on April 27th at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, NY.

"I'm so excited about fighting here at home again," said Alexis Guerrero. "It's not something you get to do often and I appreciate the opportunity to help bring good entertainment to my hometown. They will understand what I mean when they watch me in the ring."

The card features:

Alex Guerrero (Salisbury, MD, Cruiser Weight, 8-0)
v Elvin Sanchez (Atlantic City, NJ, Cruiser Weight, 7-2)

AJ Williams (DE, Middle Weight, Pro Debut) v Issa Coulibaly (DC, Middle Weight, 0-2)
Frankie Filippone (VA) v TBA
Demont Giddins (Salisbury, MD) v Kerry Brewster (Baltimore, MD)
Duane Mobley (DC) v Lonnie Kornegay (Baltimore, MD)
Remondo Elliott (Baltimore, MD) v Terron Grant (DC)
Nuwan Jacoby (Alexandra, VA) v Hugh Hines (DC)

Tickets are on sale now and range from $20-$90. Tables of ten are also available for $500 each. Additional taxes/fees may apply to all ticket prices. A 20% discount is offered to all military with valid ID at the WY&CC Box Office. For tickets and additional information go to, call the box office at 410-548-4911 or visit in person.The box office is open Monday through Friday from 8am-6pm.

Md. Bill Would Add Time For Crimes Committed Around Kids

ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Under a proposed bill, violent offenders in Maryland could have five years added to their prison sentence if the crime occurs around children.

The bill before the General Assembly prohibits a person from "committing a certain crime of violence when the person knows or reasonably should know that a minor of a certain age is present in a residence."

It considers a minor at least 2 years old and younger than 16.


Change Maryland On House Passage Of O'Malley's Fuel Tax Increase

Annapolis - As expected, the full House voted today to approve motor fuel taxes, and the Senate will now take up the measure before the General Assembly adjourns on April 8. Change Maryland Chairman Larry Hogan released the following statement:
"A proposal as unpopular as this one must be hidden from public view and carefully timed to avoid news cycles. In fact, this proposal is so unpopular that the Governor announced it in the evening, the first hearings were held on a Friday afternoon the same day as the death penalty vote, House passage is on a Friday afternoon, and final votes are taking place in the closing weeks of this legislative session.
"Just as unpopular is Governor O'Malley's record of raising taxes and fees. There are currently 32 enacted measures that remove $2.3 billion out of the economy annually. Marylander's are now faced with the prospect of paying another $800 million on top of the $2.3 billion a year we’re already paying in new taxes if this passes the Senate without substantive changes from the Governor's proposal. 
"Last week, House Ways and Means committee leadership was missing altogether. The majority on the committee performed a rush job on hearings, and their rubber-stamp mentality failed the public miserably. 

"Committee leaders provided yet another platform for the big county executives, who time and again have pleaded for more revenues that help their urban areas. Missing from this were elected officials from rural parts of the state. Instead, we heard the tired argument that we need more transportation money to attract the FBI headquarters to Prince George's County. Here we go again - relying on the federal government instead of putting in place policies that attract Fortune 500 companies and small businesses back to our state. Moreover, nobody at the FBI is conditioning the move on Maryland increasing gasoline taxes, and this argument is simply pathetic.
"We are approaching the one-year anniversary of when the Transportation secretary first announced her resignation. The Governor has had three General Assembly sessions in which to get a permanent secretary confirmed and who could have possibly avoided the bumbling performance we saw from the acting secretary in the Ways and Means hearing. Basic questions such as funding bridge repairs and realigning infrastructure investments based on how Marylander's actually travel were met with bureaucratic non-answers.

"I am also disgusted that top elected officials would compare Virginia's enacted transportation revenues as an excuse to further tax Marylander's. Our tax code is a self-inflicted wound, which is why Virginia bests Maryland in every single economic performance metric there is.

"As for the bill itself, the so-called lock box provision is worthless and it should not even be called that. Indexing the existing excise tax to inflation guarantees never-ending increases, and nothing has been done to stop the distorted spending levels on mass transit.

"This bill is a penalty that Marylanders will pay during every trip to a gas station for electing people to office who put their own interests ahead of theirs."

New Report: 48 Percent of First Children Born to Unwed Mothers

Calling it “The Great Crossover,” a report by academics and social activists shows that for the first time in history the median age of American women having babies is lower than the median age of marriage – 25.7 and 26.5, respectively.

These “dramatic changes in childbearing,” the report states, results in dramatic statistics about American children. Among them, 48 percent of first births are by unwed mothers, and by age 30 two-thirds of American women have had a child, typically out of wedlock.

Kay Hymowitz, an author of the report and a William E. Simon Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, said at an event to release the report on Wednesday at the Brookings Institution, that it reflects how the view of what marriage is about has changed.



ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Martin O'Malley issued the following statement on the House of Delegates' passage of the Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2013:
"I am pleased that the House of Delegates acted today to create jobs by passing a 21st century infrastructure investment plan. The investment plan the House passed today is balanced, fiscally responsible and will support 44,000 jobs over the next five years. With new roads, bridges, and transit systems, Maryland will continue to be competitive at attracting companies to invest, grow, and create jobs. Today, we continue to be a leader in the region for jobs recovery. Maryland has recovered more than 86% of the jobs lost in the national recession. I urge the Senate to pass this plan quickly so that we can continue to help Marylanders find jobs and strengthen our middle class."

Left Gets 'Vicious' Over 'Girls on Fox News'

A song and video intended to honor the beauty and brains of the female broadcasters on Fox News have erupted into a “vicious” war of words online, saddening the country-music artist who wrote and performed the tune.

As WND previously reported, singer Austin Cunningham has produced “The Girls On Fox News,” which has now close to 900,000 views on YouTube.

The song starts off with a true-to-life description of what happened to Cunningham:

Well I used to be a Democrat, Liberal no doubt
I didn’t think Conservatives knew what life’s about
Then I started leaving the Fox News channel on.
If that’s the face of the right, I’ll tell the left so long.

Congressman Andy Harris Town Hall Event Monday In Salisbury

WASHINGTON, DC—Congressman Andy Harris, M.D. will be joining Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis for a constituent town hall event on Monday, March 25 to discuss ways of limiting violence in our society and recent legislation pertaining to the Second Amendment. Sheriff Lewis will cover measures on the state level, while Congressman Harris will discuss what is happening at the federal level.
Monday, March 25

Town hall Event with Sheriff Mike Lewis

Time: 6:45-8:00 PM

Where: Wicomico Youth and Civic Center

500 Glen Avenue

Salisbury, MD 21804

'The Bible,' 'Walking Dead' Dominate TV Ratings

(COMMUNITIES.WASHINGTONTIMES) — There is an amazing race taking place on Sunday nights, and it’s not the reality show. Instead, two shows that couldn’t be more different have been dominating Sunday night viewing. And more surprisingly, these shows are easily beating the major broadcast networks.
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America - On The Brink Of Civil War

U.S. Will Pay $2 Million So Prison Inmates Can Teach Wild Horses to be 'Gentle'

The Department of Interior’s Bureau of Land Management will pay $2 million in taxpayer funds over five years so that prison inmates in Kansas can teach wild horses and burros to be "gentle."

The grant description reads: “This program provides funding for the rehabilitation and positive animal husbandry work experience for inmates by allowing the inmates to train and care for wild horses and burros and preparing the animals for adoption.”

The grant, which is yet to be awarded, is for a minimum of $125,000 and is not to exceed $2 million over the next five years. The money is designed to continue a program already in place with the Kansas Department of Corrections.



(STEVENSVILLE, MD) – An autopsy conducted today confirmed the body found in the water along the Kent Island shoreline yesterday afternoon is that of the Queen Anne’s County woman who has been missing for three weeks.
Doctors at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore positively identified the deceased as Robin L. Pope, 51, of Stevensville, Md. The identification was made through dental records. 

The cause and manner of death were not identified today. That investigation will be continued by forensic pathologists at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

Robin Pope was last seen late on the night of March 1, 2013, in the 100-block of Beach Road, Stevensville, where she had lived with her husband until last December when the couple separated. Her husband reported her missing to the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office early on the morning of March 2nd. He said his wife had come by the house late the night before to pick up some belongings and he had left when she arrived. When he returned home her car was still in the driveway, but she was not at the home.

An investigation has been ongoing since Pope was reported missing. The investigation included multiple searches on and under the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, as well as several land searches. Anyone with information about Robin Pope is urged to contact the Maryland State Police at the Centreville Barrack at 410-758-1101.

Biden’s Office Secures Indictment Following Investor Fraud Investigation

Wilmington – Attorney General Beau Biden today announced that the Delaware Department of Justice Securities Division has obtained an indictment charging a New Castle County man with theft, securities fraud, and tax evasion following its investigation of a scheme to defraud investors out of nearly one million dollars. David Attarian, age 46, of Wilmington, who was indicted Monday by the New Castle County Grand Jury, was released on $260,000 unsecured bail following his arrest.

“We’ve acted to protect Delaware’s investors and enforce our Securities laws,” Biden said. “I urge any investor who believes they may be a victim of investment fraud to contact our Investor Hotline at (302) 577-8424.”

The indictment charges Attarian with soliciting his victims on multiple occasions between October, 2006 and October, 2008. In addition to 5 counts of Theft, the indictment charges Attarian with 5 counts of securities fraud, 5 counts of selling unregistered securities, and 3 counts of acting as an unregistered agent. Delaware law prohibits misrepresentations in the sale of securities, requires that securities for sale in Delaware be registered with the State, and requires persons selling securities in Delaware to be properly licensed with the Attorney General’s Securities Division. The indictment also charges Attarian with five counts of income tax evasion for failing to file an income tax return or pay state income taxes from 2006 through 2010 on more than $1.3 million dollars in taxable income.

The Attorney General’s Office, through its Securities Division, enforces the Delaware Securities Act, which regulates the sale of investment products and the activities of investment professionals in Delaware. The Unit investigates and prosecutes securities fraud and licensing violations by investment brokers and advisers. Delaware investors are encouraged to report suspected incidents of investment crime and fraud by calling the Attorney General’s Investor Hotline at (302) 577-8424.

The Delaware Department of Justice reminds the public that an indictment is merely an allegation and is not evidence of guilt. Defendants are presumed innocent and are entitled to a jury trial at which the state bears the burden of proving each charge beyond a reasonable doubt.

NRA Chief Says Bloomberg Can't 'Buy America' Amid $12M Gun Control Ad Blitz

NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre on Sunday challenged New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to spend $12 million on ads meant to pressure senators into backing strict new gun control measures, saying Bloomberg "can't buy America."

Bloomberg's pro-gun control group Mayors Against Illegal Guns is launching the campaign in states where senators may be on the fence regarding a package of firearms proposals making its way to the Senate floor. As the push for that legislation appears to falter, President Obama plans to soon tour the country to talk about the need to reduce gun violence, a senior administration official confirmed to Fox News. Bloomberg also confirmed Sunday that he plans to spend $12 million to run ads in at least 10 states, suggesting there could be a political price to pay for opposing the measures.

Making clear he intends to be a counterweight to the NRA, Bloomberg said he wants to make sure the powerful gun lobby is not "the only voice" in this debate. If he can achieve that, Bloomberg said, "then I think my money would be well spent." 



(STEVENSVILLE, MD) – Maryland State Police investigators will await the results of forensic examinations to determine if the body of a woman found along the Kent Island shoreline this afternoon is the Queen Anne’s County woman who has been missing for three weeks.

Shortly before 3:30 p.m. today, Queen Anne’s County Emergency Communications received a 911 call from the 500-block of Bay Drive, Stevensville. The caller reported he had been fishing on a pier when he observed a body in the water near the shore.
Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded and contacted Maryland State Police investigators who have been investigating the disappearance of Robin L. Pope, 51, of Stevensville, Md. Pope was reported missing by her husband early on the morning of March 2, 2013. Multiple land and water searches and a continuing investigation since that time had failed to locate Pope.

State Police Homicide Unit investigators and Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office personnel secured the scene. The body was recovered from the water with the assistance of personnel from the Kent Island and United Communities Fire Department shortly before 6:00 p.m. State Police crime scene technicians conducted evidence collection procedures.

The body is that of an adult female, but further identification cannot be made at this time. The body has been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy. Investigators will be forwarding dental records and other information related to Robin Pope to assist pathologists in identification efforts.

State Police investigators notified Robin Pope’s husband and daughters of the recovery and the lack of a positive identification. They will keep family members informed of identification efforts and results from the medical examiner’s office.

The investigation has still not determined why or how Robin Pope disappeared. The Maryland State Police Homicide Unit investigation is continuing. Anyone with information about Robin Pope is urged to contact Maryland State Police at the Centreville Barrack at 410-758-1101. Callers may remain confidential.

Body Found Along Kent Island Shoreline

KENT ISLAND, Md. —Authorities were working to identify the body of a woman that washed ashore on Kent Island on Saturday.

Officials with Maryland State Police said they're waiting for forensic results to determine if the body is that of Robin Pope, who disappeared three weeks ago in Queen Anne's County.

Investigators said they received a call about 3:30 p.m. from a person who was fishing on a pier and noticed the body in the water.


271 Motorists Cited For Not Buckling Up At Night

Dover – Two hundred seventy-one (271) motorists were cited for not buckle up at night during the first seat belt enforcement campaign of 2013. Officers from 6 police departments plus Delaware State Police worked over 421 hours of overtime enforcement looking for unbelted motorists.

During the enforcement period, officers statewide also arrested 1 person for DUI, issued 73 cell phone citations, and cited another 96 drivers for speeding. Additionally, officers issued 13 citations to drivers for child restraint violations, apprehended 18 wanted persons, made 5 drug arrests, and issued 239 citations for a variety of other traffic violations.

Delaware law requires drivers and all passengers, including those in the back seat, to wear a seat belt. The lap and shoulder belts must be worn and shoulder belts must not be placed behind the back or under the arm. An officer can pull over a driver if they see any person in the vehicle not wearing a seat belt, even if there is no other violation. The next wave of seat belt enforcement will be part of the Click It or Ticket campaign in May.

Cyberbullying Bill Passes House

The Maryland House of Delegates has unanimously approved legislation to make cyberbullying of a minor of a crime.

The House voted 134-0 to approve the bill on Saturday.

The bill, would prohibit electronic harassment of a minor based on sex, race or sexual orientation.

Violators would face up to a year in jail or a $500 fine.


Change Maryland On O'Malley's Trip To South Carolin

Change Maryland Chairman Larry Hogan released the following statement as Gov. Martin O'Malley attends yet another political event out of state tomorrow.
"There are two events going on in South Carolina just days apart that illustrate vast differences of the priorities of two governors. One is a partisan political cheerleader event intended to help politicians. The other is an economic development forum to increase jobs and employment. 

"Governor O'Malley is attending the political event. Governor Nikki Haley is attending the economic development forum.

"The event with Gov. Haley is the event that includes representatives from companies like Boeing, which set up facilities that create thousands of jobs. Unfortunately, companies like Boeing consider Maryland fly-over country when it comes to locating anything from a corporate headquarters to a warehouse to our state. That is because O'Malley has raised taxes and fees 32 times, removing an additional $2.3 billion out of the economy each year. This includes raising corporate, individual income and sales taxes all of which affect a business of any size.

"Maryland has just three Fortune 500 companies, while neighboring states Pennsylvania and Virginia each have eight times that many. We have lost 6500 small businesses since 2007 - the second worst decline in our region.

"Struggling Marylanders looking for work would much prefer that O'Malley attend the event where he can learn about economic development, because as the most partisan governor in America, he has partisan politics pretty well covered at this point. While he is in the southeast, he should also tour the BMW plant in Spartanburg, the KIA and Caterpillar plants in Georgia, the Mercedes-Benz plant in Alabama, and make stops in Virginia and North Carolina on the way back to see why our tax base is fleeing to those two states more than any other."

Spain Police Involved In 2 Large Cocaine Raids

MADRID (AP) -- Spanish, Portuguese and British police boarded a ship loaded with nearly two tons of cocaine destined for sale in Europe and arrested nine people, the Interior Ministry said Saturday.

Specialist agents, including members of Britain's Serious Organized Crime Agency, conducted a dawn raid on March 15 while the ship was in the Atlantic Ocean, some 700 miles southwest of Portugal's Cape Verde islands.

"It is the largest operation so far in 2013 in our fight against drug trafficking," said Ignacio Cosido, Spain's director general of police.


Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Slaps Down Anti-Gay Marriage Activist At Shareholder Meeting

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has made it clear that his company supports same-sex marriage, and at the coffee titan's annual meeting in Seattle, he had a heated exchange with a shareholder who criticized that stance, Gabriel Spitzer at KPLU reported.
It stemmed from the National Organization for Marriage's decision to boycott Starbucks after the company endorsed a same-sex marriage bill in Washington state.


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North Dakota Votes To Ban All Abortions By Defining Life At Conception

North Dakota lawmakers voted on Friday afternoon to pass a “personhood” abortion ban, which would endow fertilized eggs with all the rights of U.S. citizens and effectively outlaw abortion. The measure, which passed the Senate last month, passed the House by a 57-35 vote and now heads to a ballot vote, likely in the next November election.

A personhood ban could have far-reaching consequences even beyond abortion care, since it will charge doctors who damage embryos with criminal negligence. Doctors in the state say it will also prevent them from performing in vitro fertilization, and some medical professionals have vowed to leave the state if it is signed into law.

The Voices Of Veterans Ring Out In Maryland’s Debate About Assault Rifles

When hunters argued that Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposed assault-weapons ban would ruin their sport, state lawmakers were not moved. When devotees of the National Rifle Association cried that it would trample on their constitutional rights, lawmakers did not blink.

But then there were the soldiers, who showed up in Annapolis by the dozens this year and quietly became one of the most influential critics of O’Malley’s gun-control plan. Veterans streaming back from Iraq and Afghanistan have argued that freedoms they fought for overseas would be violated at home.

Some also came with a different, more complicated message that has resonated with lawmakers, who are now considering significantly weakening the proposal by O’Malley (D) by exempting several military-style weapons.


Key US Decision on Cuba Terror-Designation Coming

HAVANA (AP) — A normally routine bit of Washington bureaucracy could have a big impact on U.S. relations with Cuba, either ushering in a long-stalled detente or slamming the door on rapprochement, perhaps until the scheduled end of the Castro era in 2018.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry must decide within a few weeks whether to advocate that President Barack Obama should take Cuba off a list of state sponsors of terrorism, a collection of Washington foes that also includes Iran, Syria and Sudan.

Md. House Advances More Than 125 Bills As It Rushes To Beat ‘Crossover’ Deadline

The Maryland House of Delegates advanced more than 125 bills on Saturday, including measures to legalize medical marijuana and to make “cyber bullying” a crime, as the 90-day legislative session headed into a very busy home stretch.

Meeting in a rare Saturday session in Annapolis, the House also passed a measure to crack down on toll violators but balked at a proposal to allow all Maryland counties to impose bag taxes.

With two weeks remaining, a crush of bills remains on the General Assembly’s agenda. Among them: high-profile gun-control legislation, a measure that would allow illegal immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses and an attempt by Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III (D) to take over the county’s public schools


Pope Francis: U.S. Was ‘Stupid’ For Shuffling Around Pedophile Priests Instead Of Firing Them

Pope Francis is staunchly opposed to the “stupid” practice of reassigning priests who are accused of pedophilia, preferring to drum them out of the priesthood instead.
The former archbishop of Buenos Aires — then known as Jorge Cardinal Bergoglio — favors “zero tolerance” for priestly sexual abuse and criticized previous cases in the U.S. where accused clerics were simply moved to other parishes, according to a book of conversations he had with Rabbi Abraham Skorka.
During his 14 years as archbishop, Bergoglio ordered church officials to report all allegations to the police rather than simply moving them to avoid damaging the church.


Md. Deputy Put On Leave After Suicide With His Weapon

A Frederick County Sheriff's Office courthouse deputy is on leave after a member of his family shot herself with his agency-issued firearm.

Deputies were called to the home of the man, who is a non-sworn civilian courthouse deputy, for the report of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the early morning hours of Feb. 27.

The family member later died at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Sheriff Chuck Jenkins said today that two investigators in his office are conducting a criminal death investigation and an internal investigation.


Georgia Boys Face Murder Charges After Cold-Blooded Killing Of Infant Being Strolled By Mother

Sherry West, of Brunswick, Ga., says she was walking her 13-month-old son Antonio when she was allegedly robbed at gunpoint by De’Marquis Elkins, 17, and his 14-year-old accomplice. She had no money so one of the robbers told her, ‘I am going to kill your baby.’

Two Georgia monsters Friday shot and killed a helpless baby for nothing as he sat in his stroller.

The senseless point-blank execution came seconds after the killers — teenagers — shot and wounded the tot’s terrified mother in a botched robbery.

“Do you want me to shoot your baby?” one of them said, before ending the 13-month-old boy’s life, police said.

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Medical Marijuana Bill Advances In Maryland

A measure to allow medical marijuana in Maryland has moved forward in the House of Delegates.

The House gave the bill preliminary approval with little discussion on Saturday. A vote is expected next week.

The legislation would create a commission to oversee a medical marijuana program in the state at academic research centers.


13-Year-Old Witness Told to "Pick the Guy With the Biggest Nose,” By Police, Sending Innocent Man to Prison for 2 Decades

“I was too young back then to realize that this was a setup," the now-grown witness said.

After 23 years behind bars, a Brooklyn man was set free due to mounting evidence that he did not kill prominent Rabbi, Chaskel Werzberger, in 1991. “"Right now, I feel like I'm under water swimming," David Ranta, 53, told reporters just moments after becoming a free man, "This is overwhelming."

Ranta’s overturned conviction rests partly on the claims of a witness who says New York police instructed him to identify the wrong suspect when he was 13. Menachem Lieberman says he suffered too long with the guilt of sending an innocent man to jail for decades, causing him to approach investigators with a reversed statement in 2011. He recounted the moment in question to CNN’s Anderson Cooper last night.

Md. Father Fights To Reverse Young Son's Suspension

Do zero tolerance gun rules mean zero common sense?

If you ask B.J. Welch, he'll fire back an answer of "Yes."

"I definitely think it falls in the category of a harmless act," Welch says about his son's actions.

The 7-year-old boy was suspended earlier this month for forming his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun.


10 Reasons To Outsource Bookkeeping

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EXCLUSIVE America's Last Living Link:

The 83-year-old autistic woman who is the only person STILL getting Civil War benefits 148 years after her father fought for BOTH sides

Irene Triplett, who suffers from autism, was born into rural poverty in North Carolina

She receives $876 a year from the government as thanks for her father taking part in the war which ended 148 years ago
Father Moses Triplett was 83 when she was born and fought first for the Confederates and then the Unionists during the war

Unable to look after herself, Irene has spent the past 60 years living in a facility and is no longer visited by relatives