Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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No Charge

Last night I pulled out my cell phone to see what time it was and lo! it was turned off. It was then that I remembered that some previous night it had dinged at me and I didn't want to get out of bed, so I just turned it off. I don't know how many days it went from my pocket to headboard and back while being turned off, but when I got it charged last night there were just two messages from Kaiser that weren't a big deal.

The cats have been nice to each other for a day, which is a good start. Spirit is ranging out a bit again to see if the others are there. Lucila came to clean today and Spirit and I slept under the duvet in the recliner.

Three DC events:

1. The council passed the same-sex marriage law for the second time and Fenty will sign it. Now there's only Congress to keep it from going into effect.

2. Two police officers in a cruiser were chasing a batch of young men and ran into an 18-year-old and took off. They came back in a bit, but other people, including unrelated witnesses, called police and other officers came plus the rescue squad that took him to the hospital where he stayed Sunday night. Yesterday, his mother tried to talk to police about what happened, but they're requiring submission of FOI forms. They say Internal Affairs will be taking care of it.

3. A man who has spent 28 years in prison insisting he wasn't guilty of raping and killing a young woman was released today when DNA cleared him. There's belief now that an FBI forensic analyst lied in the original trial.

Hmmm, Oral Roberts died.
Tags: cats, phone, police

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