The patron saint of adult thumb-suckers is a year-old Long Island salesman who looks strikingly like Hunter S. Thompson, down to the tinted aviator sunglasses and bald spot. He's asked that I call him by his middle name, Lazur. He doesn't want to use his first name because he imagines his professional clients may stop doing business with a grown man who sucks his thumb.
The elderly man told a girl that he could see ghosts and later asked her about the colour of her private parts. Yesterday, Gan Hee Chit, 65, was jailed seven weeks for insulting her modesty and using criminal force with the intent to outrage her modesty. On April 12, last year, at about 4pm, the year-old student was on bus service 45 heading home after school. Gan boarded the bus and sat beside the girl, introducing himself as someone who could see ghosts and read palms.
Navy SEAL Corey Scott, a special warfare operator who was testifying for the prosecution on a grant of immunity, said Thursday that Gallagher plunged a knife into the neck of the teen but did not actually kill him. Gallagher, a special warfare operations chief, is accused in the premeditated murder of the year-old ISIS fighter, along with committing other war crimes during his deployment to Iraq. On Thursday, Scott testified that prior to the stabbing, the teen had been stabilized and was breathing normally after he and Gallagher treated the wounds. Scott added that the ISIS fighter would have survived the stabbing, but he chose to plug the air tube because he believed the boy eventually would be tortured by Iraqi forces.
Or at least, not to the degree we assume it is. We know that the radical changes that occur in adolescence, including tremendous hormonal shifts and significant brain development, affect teenage behavior. But the physical, mental and behavioral consequences of chronic sleep deprivation are profound , too. Sleep deprivation puts teenagers into a kind of perpetual cloud or haze, explains Dr.