This man was wrongfully convicted in 1991 was sentenced to life plus 72 years not only did he reverse his conviction but all the cops involved in the case were sent to prison,the judge was sent to prison the district attorney on the case went on the run in an attempt of his arrest he killed himself not to go to prison.This is a wet dream to most of us but this is this mans reality ladies and gentlemen I introduce to you ISAAC WRIGHT JR!! He’s an attorney after that nightmare and he now has an Instagram and an upcoming TV series (ConLaw)G-unit film and Television.🤨get the strap
Home has always been where our family is...It hasn’t mattered whether we’re lounging on a couch in Chicago’s Hyde Park or, as we are here, in the White House. We did our best to make the White House a comfortable place where our girls could climb trees and host slumber parties, where we’d have dinner together as a family, and where we tried to live by the values our parents instilled in us.
Eu tenho uma alma muito prolixa
E uso poucas palavras.
Sou irritável e firo facilmente
Também sou muita calma
E perdoo logo
Não esqueço nunca,
Mas há poucas coisas
De que eu me lembre...
This is little Shohida (8 months old), who stole my heart with her infectious smile. It’s a poignant reminder of the dichotomy of life...here she was getting all the help she needed, when just a few months before, her mother, Alada (who was only 19 years old at the time) walked for 15 days, while 6 months pregnant with her ,to get across the border. It shows us that there is hope left in this world.
When you’re dealing with a mass exodus of thousands of people, who have been displaced from their homes and are desperate for refuge, the need for proper health and nutrition takes center stage...especially for women and children.
On the various Unicef Field Visits I have taken, I am always surprised by the simple yet effective solutions that @unicef and their partners develop to deal with the most dire and pressing situations and issues. This is something I experienced again today during my visit to the Nutrition Centre at the Jamtoli camp in Cox’s Bazar. More than 60,000 babies have been born in the camps over the past 8 months, so this center is an essential resource for new mothers to learn about proper feeding and nutrition.
It all begins with the MUAC, a process where the child’s middle upper arm is measured to ascertain their nutrition level. From there, aids create a program for the child and a nutrient rich, ready-to-eat peanut paste is portioned out for each child based on the severity of malnutrition. At the Center mother’s are also taught basic hygiene and good health practices when they are in their homes.
The world needs to care. We need to care. Please lend your support at www.supportunicef.org #childrenuprooted@unicef@unicefbangladesh
On my way to Miami 🏖 🤗
Crystal bracelet from @8mansions,
the Love Me Bracelet has as its properties: unconditional love and draws off negative energy replacing with loving vibes 💕