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"I have a gift for you."

In his hand was a round, blue custom-made keychain. Engraved in yellow on the front were the words "Todd Gurley 2017 Stats." Gurley turned it over and saw a milestone so audacious that it made him question Fofanah's sanity: 1,500 rushing yards, 1,000 receiving yards.

"This," Fofanah said, "is your goal."

Gurley wasn't just coming off a down year. His 885 rushing yards in 2016 were the fewest ever for a running back with at least 275 carries in a single season. The Los Angeles Rams' entire offense was broken -- their scheme unimaginative, their passing game unproductive, their offensive line ineffective -- and Gurley's magic faded within it. Now the expectation was an unprecedented season, because no player had ever combined 1,500 rushing yards with 1,000 receiving yards.

"I know, I know," Gurley said, chuckling as he recalled that moment after a recent practice. "That's why I told him, 'Who do you think I am? I ain't no Superman.'"

Fofanah, the self-proclaimed Speed Doctor, believes in the power of subliminal messaging. At the start of each training season for the Olympics, his coach had him come up with a realistic goal, then improve the numbers on it by 15 percent and find a way to keep a reminder with him daily, in a keychain or a watch or a wallet.

"It keeps you focused in the form of it being stuck in your subconscious mind," said Fofanah, who has also trained the Houston Rockets' Chris Paul , the Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown and several other big names throughout sports. "I found it to be very, very powerful."

Fofanah, 37, calls himself "a sports nerd," and football is his favorite. He started training Gurley this offseason -- four days a week for nearly four months -- but he knew all about him from his days at Georgia. He also knew about his evolving circumstances with the Rams. He knew Sean McVay was taking over as coach, he knew Andrew Whitworth was joining the offensive line and he knew Gurley was sharpening his skills as a receiver.

Fofanah didn't consider the goal unreachable, and Gurley seemingly didn't either.

He playfully mocked the suggestion, but he immediately switched out his old keychain for his new one. Gurley has kept it all year, carrying it with him while he navigated through this resurgent season that has the Rams getting ready to host the reigning NFC champion Atlanta Falcons in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday (kickoff from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is set for 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC).

Gurley dismissed the idea of chasing 1,500 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards.

"But," he said, "once you get close, you're like, 'All right, I'm close, so I might as well try to go after it.'"

Agents are interviewing approximately 900 workers, Hennessy said. About 200 interviews were conducted Friday, and more will take place today as investigators continue their efforts to identify the person or persons responsible for the theft.

Gregory General Contracting is a sub-contractor of Williams Partners, which is managing the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project in Lancaster County.

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Neil Shader, press secretary for the state Department of Environmental Protection, confirmed Friday that the DEP has suspended a blasting activity permit for Gregory.

“DEP will be pursuing appropriate enforcement actions against the permittee,” Shader said, when asked if the state was considering additional charges or penalties against the company for the loss.

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Gregory is a sub-contractor of Williams Partners, which is managing the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project in Lancaster County.

The explosives were stolen sometime last weekend from a work site in the 1400 block of River Rock Road.

Williams’ spokesman Chris Stockton said Friday the company has “not been notified ... of any permit suspensions.”

“We continue to make steady progress on Atlantic Sunrise project construction, which to date is about 60 percent complete,” he said.

Gregory is a sub-contractor for Welded Construction, which manages the pipeline project in Lancaster County, Stockton said.

“If there was a change to the status of Gregory’s contract with Welded Construction, we would not anticipate any impact to the construction schedule,” he said.

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Shader said DEP alone made the decision to suspend Gregory’s permit.

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There is currently no timeline to reinstate the permit, he added.

Shader said he cannot go into detail about Gregory’s violation because it’s an ongoing investigation, “but we can say the explosive contractor did not comply with the required Pa. DEP explosive handling, storage and use regulations.”

Federal investigation

Hennessy said the Department of Homeland Security has offered assistance, although that department currently is not involved in the investigation.

“There is no reason to believe this is related to terrorism at this point,” she said.

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In July 2018 WhatsApp took action to encourage people to report fraudulent or violent messages after a wave of murders carried out by mobs of people who were falsely accused (via WhatsApp messages) of intending to abduct children. [132]

On January 13, 2017, The Guardian reported that security researcher Tobias Boelter had found that WhatsApp's policy of forcing re-encryption of initially undelivered messages, without informing the recipient, constituted a serious loophole whereby WhatsApp could disclose, or be compelled to disclose, the content of these messages. [133] WhatsApp [134] and Open Whisper Systems [135] officials disagreed with this assessment. A follow-up article by Boelter himself explains in greater detail what he considers to be the specific vulnerability. [136] In June 2017, The Guardian readers’ editor Paul Chadwick wrote that "The Guardian was wrong to report in January that the popular messaging service WhatsApp had a security flaw so serious that it was a huge threat to freedom of speech." [137]

"In a detailed review I found that misinterpretations, mistakes and misunderstandings happened at several stages of the reporting and editing process. Cumulatively they produced an article that overstated its case."

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Chadwick also noted that since the Guardian article, WhatsApp has been "better secured by the introduction of optional two-factor verification in February." [137]

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As part of that, carriers sold SMS separately. That made it easy for WhatsApp to find a way to replicate SMS using data, and then sell that to mobile customers for $1 a year. "But if WhatsApp gets big enough, then carrier strategy is going to change", he predicted. "You stop selling separate SMS plans and just have a take-it-or-leave-it overall package. And then suddenly WhatsApp isn't doing anything." [138] The situation may have been different in countries other than the United States.

In the midst of a public relations crisis arising from the mistreatment of the Sara Granda by the State Bar of California, an article was published in the California Bar Journal. The article was published on July 27, 2009, and was written by Diane Curtis.

As the reader will soon observe, this article is imbued with inaccurate information and is otherwise dishonest.

Soon after U.S. District Court Judge Morrison England dismissed the federal complaint filed by Granda against the State Bar, a Sacramento attorney, Stewart Katz, volunteered to help Granda, and did so by filing a writ of preemptive mandate against the State Bar of California.

The emergency writ was filed on July 27, 2009 and was served electronically on the State Bar. (See below.)

Richard Zanassi, an attorney employed by the State Bar’s Office of General Counsel, filed an opposition in response to the writ. However, due to the wide media attention focusing on the case, the opposition was styled as a request for guidance by the court.

Thus, the article written by Diane Curtis and published in the California Bar Journal is dishonest as it misleads readers into believing that the State Bar, on its own accord, approached the California Supreme Court of its own volition, as an act of altruism and due to concern for Ms. Granda. Clearly, this was not the case.

In addition, one must wonder why Diane Curtis did not mention the fact that Granda, through Stewart Katz, filed the writ for mandamus.

As is made clear by its order, the Supreme Court decided the matter by granting the writ, and not by granting the State Bar’s purported request for guidance.

III. YR’S ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST LARRY YEE, MARK TORRES-GIL, RACHEL GRUNBERG, JUDY JOHNSON

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May 31, 2011

State Bar of California 1149 South Hill St. Los Angeles, CA 90015 Attention: INTAKE OFFICE

Re: Complaint for Ethical Violations Against the State Bar of California; Lawrence Yee – #84208; Rachel Grunberg – #197080; Judy Johnson – #71360 ; Mark Torres-Gil – #91597.

In lieu of submitting a complaint form, I submit this letter and enclosed materials as a formal complaint against the above-named attorneys for grave misconduct that took place in handling matters relating to applicant Sara Granda and the case of Granda v. State Bar of California.

As will be shown, the above parties, together and individually, engaged in egregious misconduct by conspiring and failing to disclose to the plaintiff the existence of a close relationship between the State Bar of California, CaliforniaALL, State Bar Executive Director Judy Johnson,Patricia Lee, and the judge who presided over a case (Hon. Morrison C. England) in which the State Bar of California was named as the sole defendant.

Furthermore, misconduct in the form of misrepresentations to the court took place regarding the current state of the law; further misconduct resulted from the discrimination against against the plaintiff based on her disability, and the unwillingness to comply with the ADA by affording the plaintiff reasonable accommodations. In addition, and adding insult to injury, the State Bar of California used the California Bar Journal as a tool to further injure and harass Granda by publishing an incomplete and inaccurate article which asserted that the State Bar had sought the advice of the California Supreme Court in determining how to resolve Granda’s claims. The article failed to mention that, in actuality, Granda had filed an action with the California Supreme Court for a preemptive writ and a writ of mandamus, such that the article misled readers regarding the actual circumstances surrounding Granda’s claims.

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