This is psychological warfare, random messages to instill panic in people. The statement came after the Israel Defense Forces on Sunday morning dropped leaflets above areas in the northern Gaza Strip, warning Palestinian civilians to evacuate their homes in advance of a military campaign to destroy rocket launchers. The IDFs campaign is to be short and temporary, the messages said . Those who fail to comply with the instructions will endanger their lives and the lives of their families. Beware. Some 4,000 residents of the Beit Lahiyaarea reportedly left their homes ahead of the noon deadline. Some 75,000 civilians reportedly live in the area. Meanwhile, a Hamas spokesman took to Facebook to urge Palestinian citizens to remain in their homes. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized Hamas for putting civilians in harms way during the Sunday morning Cabinet meeting. We are striking Hamas with increasing strength.
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A sheriff’s deputy reported she smelled of alcohol, and she registered a 0.21 blood alcohol content on a breath test. A judge sentenced her to 10 days in jail for contempt. Three days later, Schwartz began shaking, sweating and hallucinating in her jail cell. Nurses evaluated her and placed her in an observation cell, where she slipped off her inmate ID bracelet and tried to swallow it. An autopsy later determined she’d asphyxiated and that “probable alcohol withdrawal with seizures and delirium” likely contributed to her death. The report shocked Schwartz’s family, who at the time said she wasn’t a heavy drinker. LaClair sued Conmed and its nurses, alleging they failed to properly screen, treat and monitor her, leading to her death. The defendants denied the allegations.
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