By Faith Ridler For Mailonline. A former footballer who sexually abused a youth player after training and matches while they played for the same club in the s has been jailed. David Candlish, 74, repeatedly assaulted his year-old victim while he was wearing his football kit after being trusted to drive the child home. A court heard the pensioner, who has a history of sexual offending against children spanning over 50 years, had joined the same club as the boy in the mids. The club, based in Leamington Spa, Warkwickshire, ran both adult and junior teams and Candlish was asked to drive the boy home after training and matches.
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An year-old Vietnam War veteran from South Carolina has been hailed a hero for protecting his wife from a knife-wielding home intruder by bludgeoning him to death with the butt of his shotgun. Herbert Parrish and his wife, year-old Lois Parrish, told the Aiken County Sheriff's Office that a man from a neighboring mobile home park knocked on the back door of their home on Dicks Street in Jackson, South Carolina, on Monday afternoon under the pretense of looking for his lost chihuahua. Lois said she told the man, later identified as year-old Harold Runnels Jr, that she did not see his pet and went to close the door, at which point the suspect forced his way inside.
Unearthed 50 years ago, the ring was overlooked until recently, when it got a good scrub, and a second look. Pilate, a Roman prefect who ruled the Roman province of Judaea from circa 26—36 CE, is mentioned in several accounts in the New Testament, as having ordered the trial and crucifixion of Yeshua, a Second Temple-period radical preacher from the Galilee, more commonly known as Jesus. Recently, current dig director Roi Porat asked that the engraved copper sealing ring be given a thorough laboratory cleaning and scholarly examination. Wikipedia Archaeologist Porat told The Times of Israel on Thursday that to him, all explanations are equally possible for who was the historical owner of the simple copper ring.