From the article:
Investigators probing the devastating blast in Beirut that killed at least 135 people and injured 5,000 more are pointing to a Russian ship docked in the city's port for nearly seven years without appropriate security precautions that officials warned was “a floating bomb.”
The Russian vessel, named MV Rhosus, carrying agricultural fertilizer with 2,750 metric tons of ammonium nitrate and en route to Mozambique hit a financial snag and docked in the Beruit port in 2013, according to legal documents and Lebanese officials, the Washington Post reported.
Lebanon’s director of customs, Badri Daher, repeatedly sent letters to the judiciary over the years and warned that the cargo was the equivalent of “a floating bomb," but the warnings went unheeded.
1. His partner was with him.
2.You would think the trained person would be trained to avoid these situations. Common sense would tell me if I’m creeping in someone’s back yard there’s a chance the occupants can be alarmed.
3. The policemen announcing himself is the best solution. He was not doing an investigation or serving a warrant. He was supposed to be doing a wellness check.
Not quite sure I follow. What letter? What does the superintendent have to do with transfers? Shouldn't that be a DEC matter?
Evadale may be an open enrollment school district but UIL residency protocols still have to be followed to be ruled eligible for athletics.
These matters cannot be handled "in house".