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According to Weeks, Bulger enforced strict rules over the dealers who were paying him protection. The only people we ever put out of business were heroin dealers.
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According to the Torah, Jews were required to travel to Jerusalem and offer sacrifices at the Temple three times a year: Pesach ( Passover ), Shavuot ( the Feast of Weeks ), and Sukkot ( the Feast of Tabernacles ).
" According to Leiby and Linton Weeks, in their essay " In the Shadow of a Scandal ", Riza's employment at the World Bank predated Wolfowitz's nomination as Bank president: " Riza started at the World Bank as a consultant in July 1997 and became a full-time employee in 1999 "; and the relationship between Riza and Wolfowitz pre-dated it as well: In the early 1990s, Riza joined the National Endowment for Democracy and is credited there with development of the organization's Middle East program.
According to Jordan, he'd planned to meet up with John Mayer and Willie Weeks in January, 2005 to perform a benefit concert on a NBC sponsored telethon Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope to raise funds and public awareness benefiting victims in the aftermath of the tsunami that struck southeast Asia.
According to Gregory Weeks, author of U. S. and Latin American Relations ( Peason, 2008, p. 56 ), " The Teller Amendment, authored by a Colorado Senator who wanted to make sure that Cuba's sugar would not compete with his state's crop of beet sugar, prohibited the president from annexing Cuba.
According to Kevin Weeks :" Killing Paulie McGonigle, however, took Jimmy longer than he originally expected.
According to Kevin Weeks, " As a criminal, he made a point of only preying upon criminals, as opposed to legitimate people.
According to Weeks, As I read over the files at the Top of the Hub that night, Connolly kept telling me that 90 percent of the information in the files came from Stevie.
According to Weeks, Litif had been stealing from his partners in the bookmaking operation and using the money to traffic cocaine.
According to Kevin Weeks, Bulger and Flemmi were most enraged that Halloran was falsely claiming involvement in their assassination of Tulsa, Oklahoma businessman Roger Wheeler.
According to Weeks, this was because Schneiderhan was the Winter Hill Gang's only source inside the Massachusetts State Police.
According to Weeks, Jimmy, Stevie and I weren't in the import business and weren't bringing in the marijuana or the cocaine.
According to Weeks, Bulger briefly considered murdering Shea, but eventually decided to just shake him down.
According to Weeks, Of course, Jimmy lost money once the drug dealers were removed from the streets in the summer raid, but he always had other business going on.
According to Kevin Weeks, In 1993, and 1994, before the pinches came down, Jimmy and Stevie were traveling on the French and Italian Riviera.
According to Eric Margolis, “ Americans would have been totally misled the run-up to the Iraq War had it not been for the Internet sites like ‘ Antiwar. com ;’ ‘ CommonDreams ;’ LewRockwell ; and Bigeye ; and magazines like ‘ American Conservative ’ and ‘ Harpers .’ George Szamuely maintained in 2000 that “ Antiwar. com now easily outshines the dreary foreign policy mags filled with the self-important vacuities of the Washington apparat .” Antiwar. com is “ a thoughtful, well-organized site ,” according to the Washington Post ’ s Linton Weeks.
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According to the Boston Herald list of State pensions, Bulger is currently receiving a pension from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at a rate of $ 198, 205. 92 annually.
According to Nee, the slaying of Donald Killeen on May 13, 1972, was carried out not by Bulger but by Mullen Gang enforcers James Mantville and Tommy King.
According to Flemmi, Bulger became an informant on his own and quickly learned of his partner's secret.
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According to the traditional doctrine ( Dicey ), conventions cannot be enforced in courts, because they are non-legal sets of rules.
According to Johnson, prior to the September 11, 2001 attacks the debate on racial profiling within the public targeted primarily African-Americans and Latino Americans with enforced policing on crime and drugs.
According to Lon Fuller ’ s account of thin theory, rule of law exists in a society when the laws of that society are “ general, public, prospective, clear, consistent, capable of being followed, stable, and enforced ” ( Peerenboom, 3 ).
According to most members of the Security Council, it is up to the council itself, and not individual members, to determine how the body's resolutions are to be enforced.
The Deacons ’ campaigns frequently resulted in substantial and unprecedented victories at the local level, producing real power and self-sustaining organizations .” According to Hill, this is the true resistance that enforced civil rights in areas of the Deep South.
According to him, the conflict in Dagestan is developed according to the " plot of Moscow ", which is looking for a pretext for military ( enforced ) pressure against Chechnya.
According to historian John K. Thornton " Central Africans have probably never agreed among themselves as to what their cosmology is " because of the presence of " continuous revelation " by which theological ideas were formed by a " constant stream of revelations that was not under the control of a priesthood who enforced orthodoxy, but instead was interpreted individually within a community of belief.
According to the United Nations Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances, enforced disappearances were systematically carried out in El Salvador both prior to ( starting in 1978 ) and during the Salvadoran Civil War.
According to the Eugenic Protection Law ( 1948 ), sterilization could be enforced on criminals " with genetic predisposition to commit crime ", patients with genetic diseases such as total color-blindness, hemophilia, albinism and ichthyosis, and mental affections such as schizophrenia, manic-depression and epilepsy.
According to the 1920 Estonian Constitution, which was enforced by the “ Constitution of the Republic of Estonia, the Referendum Act and the Citizens ’ s Initiative Act Implementation Act “ on July 2, 1920, after being approved by the Constituent Assembly on June 16, 1920 ( Riigi Teataja August 9, 1920 No. 113 / 114 ), the Government of the Republic consisted of the Riigivanem ( Head of State ) and Ministers ( Section 58 ).
According to Article 83 of the Grundgesetz, federal laws are generally enforced by the executive branch of the German states, except for laws referring to those explicit items that are enumerated in the constitution itself.
According to local sources, today the population at the monastery in Lhasa is about 300 monks, due to population capping enforced by the Chinese government.
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According to United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization the term bean should include only species of Phaseolus ; however, a strict consensus definition has proven difficult because in the past, several species such as Vigna ( angularis ( azuki bean ), mungo ( black gram ), radiata ( mung bean ), aconitifolia ( moth bean )) were classified as Phaseolus and later reclassified.
According to tradition Jonah was the boy brought back to life by Elijah the prophet, and hence shares many of his characteristics ( particularly his desire for ' strict judgment ').
According to the scriptures the reason the Buddha himself gave was that the admission of women would weaken the Sangha and shorten its lifetime, and he laid down strict rules subordinating nuns to monks ( The Eight Garudhammas ).
According to the strict interpretation of the gold standard, this 1844 act marks the establishment of a full gold standard for British money.
According to this view the incest taboo is not necessarily a universal, but is likely to arise and become more strict under cultural circumstances that favour exogamy over endogamy, and likely to become more lax under circumstances that favor endogamy.
According to Catholic theology man has not lost his natural faculties: by the sin of Adam he has been deprived only of the Divine gifts to which his nature had no strict right: the complete mastery of his passions, exemption from death, sanctifying grace, and the vision of God in the next life.
According to Galen, he followed implicitly the opinions and practices of Hippocrates, but the strict accuracy of this assertion has been doubted.
According to Hebrew University professor Ruth Kark, Vogt's approach was typical of European architects who, commissioned to design buildings in Jerusalem, incorporated " Eastern-style domes, arches, various kinds of different-colored stone, and interior decorations with religious symbos and inscriptions ," in buildings whose strict symmetry marks them indelibly as European.
According to Gen. Santiago Alvarez, guards were posted outside with strict instructions not to let in any unwanted partisan from the Magdiwang faction while the oath-taking took place.
According to Freud, the consequence of not obeying our conscience is guilt, which can be a factor in the development of neurosis ; Freud claimed that both the cultural and individual super-ego set up strict ideal demands with regard to the moral aspects of certain decisions, disobedience to which provokes a ' fear of conscience '.
According to the Blue Annals, new king of the Western Tibetan kingdom of Guge by the name of Lha Lama Yeshe Yod, however, was a strict believer in Dharma and so sent his academic followers to learn and translate some of the Sanskrit Buddhist texts.
According to Ibn Daud, only negative attributes, in the strict and proper sense, can be imputed to God ; so that, whatever multiplicity of these negative attributes may be ascribed to Him, no multiplicity in the essence of God can result.
According to an MUM spokesperson, the university has received almost $ 18 million in grant support from the National Institutes of Health in the prior 15 years and " its researchers are strict about scientific standards because they work more often with other, larger universities ".
According to Ward and Ogden's qualitative study on the experience of vaginismus for women ( 1994 ), the three most common contributing factors to vaginismus are fear of painful sex ; the belief that sex is wrong or shameful ( often the case with patients who had a strict religious upbringing ); and traumatic early childhood experiences ( not necessarily sexual in nature ).
According to Brad Simpson, director of the Indonesia and East Timor Documentation Project at the National Security Archives, Holbrooke had visited officially to press for human rights reform but, after meeting Suharto, had instead praised him for Indonesia ’ s human rights improvements, for the steps that Indonesia had taken to open East Timor to the West, and for allowing a delegation of congressmen to enter the territory under strict military guard, where they were greeted by staged celebrations welcoming the Indonesian armed forces.
According to Gay's daughter Jeanne, Gay was someone who never " spared the rod, he was very, very strict " in reference to the saying " spare the rod, spoil the child ".
According to the Bureau of Reclamation, BOR engineers assess all Reclamation dams under strict criteria established by the Safety of Dams program.
According to a 1999 NRDC study, in which roughly 22 percent of brands were tested, at least one sample of bottled drinking water contained chemical contaminants at levels above strict state health limits.
According to Douglas Crockford's Expurgation of Maniac Mansion, Nintendo of America had a strict policy regarding game content in the early 1990s, especially in regards to material which could be deemed offensive, a blanket category which prohibited the inclusion of any overtly religious themes or plotlines in a game.
According to Chemana, the Jews of Cochin " coalesced around the religious fundamentals: devotion and strict obedience to Biblical Judaism and to the Jewish customs and traditions ... Hebrew, taught through the Torah texts by rabbis and teachers who came especially from Yemen ...".
According to the Encyclopædia Iranica, the proto-Armenians had settled in Artsakh already by the 7th century BC, though until the 6th-5th centuries BC the Armenians in the strict sense must have lived only on the western half of the Armenian Plateau ( in areas between Cappadocia, the Tigris, the Euphrates, and the lake of Van ).