Jakarta Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Yusri Yunus said the escape of the 53-year-old man, who also goes by the name Cai Ji Fan, was discovered 11 hours after the fact.Yusri said the tower guard and another officer in charge of monitoring CCTVs at the penitentiary’s command center admitted they had been asleep during the incident.Cai left the penitentiary at 2:30 a.m. through a 30-meter-long tunnel he had dug over the past six months. Yusri said the police were still examining the possibility that other persons were involved in Cai’s escape.Cai was found guilty of drug trafficking and sentenced to death in 2017. Reuters reported that Cai had broken out of a Jakarta police detention center in 2017 by breaking a hole in a bathroom wall. The police have placed him on their most wanted list. (aly)Topics : Two prison officers at the Tangerang penitentiary in Banten have been suspended following the escape of Cai Changpan, a Chinese drug convict on death row, on Sept. 14.Law and Human Rights Ministry Corrections Directorate General spokesperson Rika Aprianti confirmed the move.”The head of security and the commander of the guard team when the incident occurred are temporarily dismissed from the Tangerang penitentiary and have been transferred to the Banten Law and Human Rights Regional Office,” Rika said on Thursday as quoted by tempo.co, adding that both would still go through an investigation despite the transfer.
Randolph “Randy” Vincent Jones age 81 of Harrison, Ohio passed away Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at Twin Towers Health Pavilion in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born April 7, 1938 in Charleston, West Virginia the son of William and Guyda (Williams) Jones.Randy a 1956 graduate from Centerville High School in Indiana, served his country in United States Army and worked for Blue Cross/Blue Shield as a Computer Analyst for over 30 years. He married the late Kathryn Ann Grimme on September 21, 1963 in Liberty, Indiana and attended the of First Presbyterian Church of Harrison, Ohio.Randy is survived by his sons Greg (Deborah) Jones of Dallas, Texas, Doug Jones and Michael Jones both of Harrison, Ohio. Grandfather of Caleb (Megan) Jones, Nathan Jones and Raechel Jones.Preceded in death by his parents William and Guyda Jones, his wife Kathryn Ann Jones and sister Sonya Jones.Visitation will be held Saturday, December 28, 2019 from 10:00 A.M. until time of funeral services at 12:00 P.M. all at First Presbyterian Church 115 S. Vine St. Harrison, Ohio with Rev. Dr. Joshua Long officiating. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Cemetery with military honors provided by US Army and Harrison Honor Guard.Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society and/or Hospice of Cincinnati c/o the funeral home.
USC Spectrum and the USC Office of Religious Life hosted a presentation by Pir Zia Inayat-Khan in Doheny Memorial Library on Monday night. Pir Zia spoke about the tenets of Sufism and the ideology for the Seven Pillars House of Wisdom.Spiritual leadrship · Seven Pillars’ founder Pir Zia Inayat-Khan presented a process of unfolding experiences of life on Monday. – Ralf Cheung | Daily TrojanPir Zia is the spiritual leader of Sufi Order International, a Sufi order. He is the son of Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, and his father’s successor as leader of Sufi Order International. He is also the grandson of Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan, the founder of the order. When he was young, he studied under the Dalai Lama while living in Dharamsala, India. Pir Zia was eventually appointed as his father’s spiritual successor in 2000 in a turban-tying ceremony in Delhi, India.He also founded the Suluk Academy for Sufi Studies in upstate New York and the Seven Pillars House of Wisdom process.“I think that this event is a great opportunity for USC students to be exposed to Sufism and the Seven Pillars House of Wisdom process,” said Ha-Rim Choi, a student worker at USC Spectrum and a sophomore majoring in business administration.The Seven Pillars House of Wisdom is a process that is supposed to illuminate the experiences of life and facilitate a living wisdom that can help people address the urgent social and ecological needs of the times. It is also a collection of media and a community dedicated to cultivating the Seven Pillars House of Wisdom process.“The Seven Pillars House of Wisdom is a network of people to harvest wisdom,” Pir Zia said.During the presentation, Pir Zia spoke about each pillar in the Seven Pillars House of Wisdom Process, as well as the founding ideology behind the process. The Pillars, in ascending order, are The Journey of Life, The Living Universe, Our Sacred Heritage, The Great Mystery, The Cry, What May Be and The Pledge.Throughout the event, Pir Zia elaborated on each of the pillars, and explained how the process of going through the pillars led to the cultivation of a living wisdom to address today’s problems.Following Pir Zia’s presentation on the Seven Pillars House of Wisdom was a Q&A session with him. Pir Zia answered a wide variety of questions ranging from the relationship and symbiosis between religion and science to the failure and the importance of devotion.Students who were familiar with Pir Zia and his work were excited to see him in person.“[Pir Zia] coming here to USC is awesome,” said Jennifer Chen, a freshman majoring in fine arts with an emphasis in sculpture and design.Others thought the presentation was a good opportunity to learn about different religions.“Having a spiritual leader of a prominent religion come here to USC has really broadened my perspective,” said Eliot Kim, a freshman majoring in economics. Follow us on Twitter @dailytrojan
Great Olympics and Kumasi Asante Kotoko will set the Accra Sports Stadium ablaze when the two traditional giants come face to face in the round 18 First Capital Plus Premier League clash.The Porcupines and the Wonder Club come into this game with their pride at stake after losing to New Edubiase and Accra Hearts of Oak respectively in the previous round of matches.The patchy form of the Porcupines has not gone unnoticed, with fans hot on the heels of their players.The corresponding fixture in Kumasi ended in a barren draw but a similar result will further deepen the woes of both clubs with Olympics in the relegation zone.This game has all the makings of good spectacle, but at the end of ninety minutes, will the blue and white of Olympics or the Red of Kotoko triumph?In other fixtures:Liberty travel to Obuasi to play as guests of New Edubiase buoyed by their 3-2 victory over Hearts of Lions. Leading marksman Kennedy Ashia fresh from his hat-trick over the weekend will be looking to add to his tally.Edubiase themselves will not be overawed heading in this fixture after claiming a major scalp on matchday 17.Edubiase beat Kotoko 2-1 in Kumasi, only their second away win of the season, a result which they believe will serve as a catalyst for their survival.Hearts of Lions will be hoping to keep their home record intact when they play third from bottom Bechem United.The Kpando side have kept eight clean sheets this season, one more than any other team in the league. Bechem United have found their second season in the Premier League very tough but will rely on the brilliance and goal scoring ability of their midfielder Noah Martey to lead their survival charge.Revenge will be on the minds of Hasaacas when they host Berekum based Chelsea.The giants of the West lost by a goal to nothing in the corresponding fixture and will be itching to secure a victory to bolster their chances of survival.Chelsea are hitting top form and currently find themselves second on the log going unbeaten in their last three games. At the Sunyani Coronation Park, B.A United will play Sogakope based WAFA who are in tremendous form at the moment. Bottom placed B.A United’s hope of surviving in the league looks bleak after a disappointing 2-0 defeat in the Sunyani Derby.The Sogakope side will have Samuel Tetteh, fresh from international duty, back in their fold as the look to compound B.A United’s misery.Hearts of Oak will be chasing only a second win in five years in Wa when the face Wa All Stars.The Phobians are full of confidence after their victory in the Mantse Derby but should be wary of their appalling record in Wa. Wa All Stars on the other hand have had a good season so far by their standard and will be looking to maintain their unbeaten home record against the big sides having drawn with Kotoko and beating Ashantigold.The league thus far has been very fascinating, recording 284 goals by 129 players – an average of 2.09 goals per game.Aduana Stars will be looking to revive their title charge after suffering defeat at the hands of Bechem United.The Dormaa side face Medeama who are chasing their first win in the second round after two consecutive draws.One point separates both sides and a victory in Wednesday’s game for either side will the outline their aspirations of being in the top 4.League leaders Ashantigold face a tricky test when they travel south to meet Inter Allies. AshGold have been impressive opening up a seven-point gap at the summit of the table but will have to fight extremely hard to earn the points against Paa Kwesi Fabin’s side.The Tema based side will have Satellites trio Prosper Kasim, Joseph Aidoo and Patrick Kpozo to call after they returned from their disappointing World Cup campaign.The gamesOlympics v KotokoWa All Stars vs Hearts of Oak Inter Allies vs AshantigoldNew Edubiase vs LibertyAduana vs MedeamaHasaacas vs ChelseaB.A United vs WAFAHearts of Lions vs Bechem United–
CHICAGO — Left-hander Clayton Kershaw will make a rehabilitation start in Triple-A before returning to the Dodgers’ rotation, potentially next week.Kershaw is expected to throw four innings or approximately 60 pitches for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday. If all goes well, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said, Kershaw’s next start will be for the Dodgers.Kershaw threw 45 pitches in three simulated innings Monday afternoon and said he expected to pitch “somewhere” in four or five days. His unstated preference was apparently to skip the rehab start and return to the Dodgers’ rotation.“He stated his case – as he has always done. Which is great. It’s what you would expect,” Roberts said. Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.However, Kershaw has pitched just five innings in an actual game over the past seven weeks. After his May 1 start, he went on the disabled list with biceps tendinitis for 30 days. He returned without making a rehab start and made only one start before going on the DL with a lower back strain (the third consecutive season he has spent time on the DL with a back injury).That lack of competitive innings over the past two months was a factor in the decision to have Kershaw make a rehab start this time, Roberts said. But the primary focus is “putting him in the best chance to have success and health.”PRIOR MEMORIESFor Dodgers first-year bullpen coach Mark Prior, this week’s series at Wrigley Field is a return to the scene of his prime – and perhaps a reminder of what might have been.Prior said he had been back to Wrigley Field twice since his big-league career ended in 2006 at age 25 – once to speak at a Cubs event and once for … another pretty big event.“Came back here for the World Series,” Prior said. “I sat in the stands and watched. It was great. It was unique. I’d never actually watched a game from the stands here.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error This Dodgers-Cubs series is Prior’s first time on the field at Wrigley since his playing career ended prematurely due to injuries. But the ending isn’t the part Prior wants to remember.“Lot of good memories,” said Prior, who was 42-29 over five seasons with the Cubs, going to the All-Star Game in 2003 and pitching in the National League Championship Series that year. Prior was the Cubs’ pitcher in Game 6 when the infamous Bartman incident took place.“I mean, look, everybody at some point who’s been around the game has had their ups and downs and I had my ups and downs, for sure. But no doubt I loved playing for the Cubs. I loved playing in Chicago. I’m proud of it. My first year we lost 99 (actually 95) games. The next year, we turned it around (and made that NLCS). It kind of felt like we did a lot of really good things. It was fun.”MAEDA HIPRight-hander Kenta Maeda walked a career-high five in just 3-2/3 innings in the first game of Tuesday’s doubleheader and has not been sharp since returning from a strained right hip. In two starts since coming off the DL, Maeda has allowed five runs on 10 hits and eight walks while striking out only three in 8-2/3 innings. Before going on the DL, Maeda was averaging 11.7 strikeouts per nine innings (by far the highest of his three seasons with the Dodgers).“There’s no pain in that area, no sense of discomfort,” Maeda said through his interpreter of returning from the strained hip muscle. “But I just feel my mechanics aren’t there and I’m a little bit protecting it.“Just sort of being able to put weight on my back leg and the timing of everything that follows that hasn’t been there. … There’s no pain, no discomfort. It’s just automatically protecting it. So I need to make sure I get rid of that during practices.”ALSOBefore the second game of Tuesday’s doubleheader, the Dodgers activated left-hander Rich Hill from the DL and optioned Breyvic Valera back to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Valera is 5 for 29 (.172) in 20 games with the Dodgers this season.In addition, right-hander Brock Stewart was recalled from OKC (again) to serve as the 26th man allowed for the second game of the doubleheader.UP NEXTDodgers (RHP Ross Stripling, 6-1, 1.76 ERA) at Cubs (LHP Jon Lester, 8-2, 2.28 ERA), Wednesday, 11:20 a.m., SportsNet LA (where available), MLB Network (out of market only)