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COLORADO SPRINGS air max 97 kaufen , United States, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- The Planned Parenthood clinic multiple murder suspect faces first degree murder charges and a possible death penalty sentence, a Colorado State judge said on Monday.

Robert Dear, 57, who stood motionless, wearing a suicide prevention vest, made his first court appearance Monday afternoon by live video feed from the nearby jail, standing next to his public defender Dan King.

Dear, who surrendered to police after a six-hour shootout in Colorado Springs city last Friday, killed three people, including a policeman, and injured nine others in a killing spree at the clinic that performs abortions, among other health services for women.

He was heard saying ""no more baby parts"" to police officers following his arrest, sources said.

Several family members of the three murder victims -- a wife and mother, an Army veteran who served in Iraq, and police officer Garrett Swasey, stared into the courtroom's video monitor, looking at Dear, in disbelief.

Dear, a large, physically imposing man standing 6-4 (1.9 meters), weighing 250 pounds (113 kg) with a graying beard, said only four words in the 13-minute ""advisement"" hearing, where he was told of his rights by El Paso County Judge Gilbert Martinez, who said the suspect is being held without bond.

Martinez set Dear's next court appearance for Dec. 9, when he will hear formal charges against him that are expected to be numerous, including possible bomb-making charges, due to propane canisters he set to ignite near the clinic, according to police.

Dear has been in trouble with the law for years, including charges for animal abuse and sexual misconduct, court records revealed. He moved to Colorado in 2014 and lived in a trailer in a remote area 60 miles (97 km) from the scene of the crime.

According to media sources, Dear was a loner who was known by neighbors for his right-wing views, dislike of U.S. President Barack Obama, and his brevity of conversation with them. He lived for years in a small shack in North Carolina with no running water or electricity.

El Paso County District Attorney Dan May addressed the media following the hearing and said the death penalty decision will not be made for at least another month.

Pundits were quick to note the killing of a police officer is a top shelf criterion that warrants a death penalty response, according to Colorado state statute.

The officer killed was 44-year-old Garrett Swasey, a father of two children and former ice-skating national champion who was highly regarded in his community, according to sources.

The condition of the nine injured in the attack -- including four civilians -- has been listed as ""good,"" although no other details about their injuries have been released, a hospital spokesman said.

King, the public defender representing Dear, also represented the Aurora theater shooter last summer during a riveting, three-month trial. The jury in that trial was unable to convict the mass murderer to death because mental illness played a factor in his actions, sparing him from a lethal injection.

Colorado Springs has been the scene of two multiple shooting murders this month.

On Nov. 1, three random people were gunned down by a crazed gunman in a downtown, residential area of this conservative city, 70 miles (112 km) south of Denver, before city police officers shot and killed him.

Incidents of mass shootings around the United States are frequent.

ROME, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Price Index rose again in August pushed by higher dairy and palm oil prices that were partially offset by lower prices for grains and cereals, FAO reported Thursday.

The overall index rose 1.9 percent and is now about 7.0 percent higher than it was at the same point in 2015. The increase erases a modest drop in the index in July and comes despite an improved global outlook for grains and cereals, which are the largest component in the index.

It was the sixth time in seven months the index rose, after falling steadily for nearly two years.

The FAO predicted the worldwide output for rice, wheat, and corn would top last year's record harvests. That news helped push prices for grains and cereals 3.0 percent lower in August compared to July.

But that decline was not enough to offset price increases in the other sub-indices: dairy prices rose 8.6 percent for the month on lower milk production in the European Union, and prices for oils and fats jumped 7.4 percent.

Prices for sugar were 2.5 percent higher, reaching their highest levels in six years. Meat prices inched up 0.3 percent, based on higher prices for feed.

The next installment of the FAO index, which is based on a basket of 55 goods and 73 price quotations in five major food commodity groups, will be released on Oct. 6. Enditem

BEIJING, April 18 (Xinhua) -- New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on Monday expressed optimism about China's economic transition, saying the growth of the Chinese economy is still very considerable.

The Chinese leadership has many options to guide the world's second largest economy through its transition. said Key, who is on an official visit to China.


"China's economy has been growing rapidly for 20 to 30 years, but on a much smaller base," Key said during a conversation with Chinese entrepreneurs in Beijing, noting that although growth rate has slowed, it is "on a much, much higher base, so the economic growth each year is still very considerable."

According to China's National Bureau of Statistics, the Chinese economy grew 6.7 percent year on year in the first quarter, narrowing from the previous quarter's 6.8 percent, but in line with market expectations and remained within. Wholesale Throwback Jerseys   Wholesale College Jerseys   Soccer Jerseys Wholesale   Adidas NHL Jerseys Cheap   Baseball Jerseys Cheap   New NHL Jerseys Cheap   New NFL Jerseys China   Nike NFL Jerseys Free Shipping   College Basketball Jerseys Wholesale   Replica Jerseys China 

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