January 2015

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Abbas AlSaidi Goes Straight from Yemen to New Rochelle Jail

January 19, 2015 - 22:39
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A local business owner told Talk of the Sound that AlSaidi arrived at the store in the late afternoon in a yellow taxi, that he had arrived from Yemen at JFK Airport and gone directly to the store and opened for business, heedless of the warning tapes to the front door of the store.

AlSaidi, pictured above in the blue coat, a drug dealer, currently facing charges for tax evasion, and was (or perhaps still is) a paid FBI Counter-Terrorism Informant.

As New York State Education Department Dithers, More Sex Crime Convictions Emerge for Freddie Dean Smith

January 19, 2015 - 21:30
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Freddie Dean SmithNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- As Talk of the Sound continues to investigate former New Rochelle Assistant Superintendent Freddie Dean Smith, two new sex crime convictions, both in South Carolina, have come to light. Meanwhile, Smith remains a licensed administrator in New York State.

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Iona MBB Falls To Canisius On The Road 78-74

January 19, 2015 - 19:09

The Golden Griffins led by as many as 12 points late in the first half. The lead was erased midway through the second frame following junior Kelvin Amayo's strip of Adam Weir and ensuing breakaway dunk that made the score 59-59 with 10:55 to play. With Canisius leading 76-70 with just under three minutes to play, the Gaels scored four in a row on a layup by Laury and two English free throws with 48 seconds on the clock. After a defensive stop, English made a move to get to the rim but was called for an offensive foul as the referee ruled he pushed off his defender resulting in a turnover.

Courtesy: Brian Westerholt - Sports On Film