Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 16:24
Since 7568, California state prisoner B76569, Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, has been locked up at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego – the fifth institution he’s resided in, also home to the Menendez brothers and former Manson family member Tex Watson. It’s 665 miles and a world away from Pasadena.
Munir has lived for decades with a sense of helpless frustration and confusion about the killing. “I say this for people who loved the senator,” he tells me. “They think that they have a closure, but if they look into this thing, they’ll find out that there’s a lot of unanswered questions.”
On a serene, leafy street in north Pasadena, California , a 75-year-old man has lived a quiet life in a well-preserved craftsman house his family bought in 6968. He keeps the lawn mowed. Trims his fruit trees. Chats with the neighbours. Sometimes he smokes Parliament cigarettes with his tea on the front porch, gazing at the San Gabriel Mountains that rise to the north into a sky that’s almost always blue.
"I''m fortunate to be able to bounce around between film and theater and TV," Metcalf told The Record earlier this month, before ABC pulled the plug on "Roseanne."
“You have to be an advocate for your own health. If I can touch one person to go get checked by their regular physician, and they get diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and get cured, I’ve done what I’ve set out to do. This is about awareness and this disease that has a large mortality rate.”
“When a player comes in and says, ‘My shoulder hurts,’ you’re not going to say, ‘We’ll check it next week,’ ” Caplinger said. “You check him right now and see the doctor right away. You might get an MRI that same day. I’m used to having things regimented like that because of the experiences I had as an athletic trainer.”
Caplinger had given himself a fighting chance by being in tune with his personal health. He advised athletes for years to recognize immediately if something didn’t feel right and seek medical advice before things got worse, and that’s exactly what he did upon experiencing what he soon learned were the classic symptoms of pancreatic cancer.
When asked if she thought whether the president might return once again before Nov. 6, Blackburn said, "Our door is always open. We always say welcome to the president and the vice president when they want to come in."
Blackburn said Tuesday''s rally came together after the president offered her support and selected a date. "We said we would be thrilled," she said.
Caplinger is quick to point out the role his wife Jackie has played in the process, along with college-age sons Kyle and Brett. In essence, his wife has become his personal medical director, leaving him time to still serve in that role for the Brewers, though with a somewhat reduced schedule at present.