Inglis cleared of broken jaw and other injuries

Inglis cleared of broken jawSM ??? and other injuries

Garcia said that after Garcia’s arrest, the officers used batons to get him to move. Then Garcia was arrested in a wooded area behind the station. Garcia told investigators that officers asked him if he knew who was driving a stolen car in the area before dragging him off.

Garcia was put in handcuffs, and, under threat of being thrown into jail, the officers let him go, Garcia wrote. After going to police headquarters to tell them, Garcia reported back to his parents, who had asked him to stop.

Garcia said he and several other officers tried to find an area where Garcia would be safe from other police cars. They found what appeared to be a car just about on the other side of the station. Garcia and his friends saw the car pulled up.

Officers approached the car and the driver got out, Garcia wrote, and told them he didn’t have a license.

“I didn’t know any of this. I was not even talking to them,” Garcia said he told officers. “The police would never do this to a normal person like me.”

He said one of the officers started asking him “where I lived.”

Then, police knocked him down and arrested him, Garcia said.

Another officer got Garcia away from the car and handcuffed him while Garcia sat in the back, Garcia wrote. Then the officers took him to the cell and he was “punched in the head several times,” Garcia said.

Garcia said the officer took him to the cells while he “could feel his eyes starting to water.” He was placed on a gurney in a holding cell and was then taken to a unit inside the station.

Garcia says he was put in restraints, blindfolded, put in the cell, and placed in a room with other pris007???oners. He described the conditions as “abusive,” and described having nothing to eat while in handcuffs.

An officer went into a room to take his cell phone. He told Garcia that the unit had a camera. G?????? ????arcia didn’t have it, so he called the police.

“When I reached the phone I saw all these police officers coming at me,” he said. “And we were in lock-down in these cells.”

The officer said, “You’ve got a knife.” The officer said, “I can throw it at you.” The officer grabbed Garcia’s wrist and said, “We’r

Resources drag market lower than expected, says ADP) –

Resources drag market lower than expected, says ADP) –

– Retail inventory is expected to rebound in October and November, from its low of 6.9 million units in November 2013. The manufacturing index is expected to rise to 52.5 in December, down from 60.3 the month before, and retail sales volume will improve in October after reaching a two-year low. (Yellen’s $45.1 billion speech on Wall Street was an indication that inflation will come back down) –

– Retail inflation will rise to 6.4 percent this year, up from 5.4 percent last year, following the weaker than expected holiday shopping season. (Wider-based retail spending is expected to surge this year, with online purchases, gas, groceries and apparel all rising.) –

-Consumer confidence is on the mend, with unemployment at its lowest level in 16 months. (It is currently 5.7 percent – down from 5.9 percent in October.) The housing sector continues to be strong, with the average price of homes selling for the third consecutive month, as well as a robust U.S. eco??nomy.

-Wages co?????ntinue to rise faster than inflation, partly as a result of better productivity growth, particularly in manufacturing and education. (This year the average hourly pay for a male worker has risen 2.6 percent, from $23.84 in the first quarter to $24.40 in the second quarter.) This was also the highest growth rate in three years. (Read more)

-Economies in Europe continue to head for a softer first quarter. (A stronger economic expansion has driven the eurozone to its longest expansion in a decade, even while other countries have shrunk from their pre-crisis growth rate.)

-The U.S. is beginning to recover its manufacturing momentum, with new orders expected to expand by 3 percent in October. (This is the strongest one-month increase in four years.) (See: Manufacturing jobs rose at the fastest rate in three quarters, but inflation still too low) –

-The inflation report from the Fed, which was downgraded by the central bank’s head earlier this month, could be an early sign that the Fed will continue to tighten monetary policy after the December meeting, but some analysts have questioned whether t??? ???he Fed would consider a rate cut in the near term.

All of these are positive signs from the Fed.

But if the Fed sees these trends going against it (or indeed if you’re an investor and th