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28, at his home in Daphne. According to university officials, classes have been cancelled from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday so students and faculty can attend a public memorial for Moulton which will begin at 4 p.m. in the Mitchell Center arena on campus. His widow, Geri, will receive guests immediately following at the same location. A candlelight vigil was held at the Moulton Bell Tower on campus on Monday evening. Also the third and final public forum in the universitys search for Moultons permanent replacement, scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, has been postponed, officials said. The forum was to feature Dr. Arthur J. Ross III, dean of the School of Medicine at West Virginia University, who was also to meet with several campus groups before the public meeting.

Pizac, AP Last Slide Next Slide Mignano and IMP publicist Bob Trieger also said that nobody complained when New York-based promoter Lou DiBella signed highly regarded 17-year-old amateur prospect Junior “Sugar Boy” Younan last month. Younan is expected to make his professional debut later this month or in early November. USA Boxing said it will pursue legislation to stop “professional promoters from attempting to sign athletes in the Olympic pipeline.” “You are offering these athletes pennies on the dollar of what they could be worth with an Olympic medal, or even potentially just being an Olympian,” Butler wrote in his letter to Tyson. “You are also undermining the next United States Olympic Boxing Team in the process.” The USA boxing program has suffered in recent years. There were no male Olympic medalists in London last year, and only one, bronze medalist Deontay Wilder, in Beijing in 2008. The last U.S. Olympic gold medalist was Andre Ward in 2004 in Athens. Ward is now the undefeated super middleweight world champion. Scott Blackmun, the CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee, noted the rich tradition the U.S. has had in the sport, but said athletes have the right to decide their future. “I think the reorganization that USA Boxing recently completed is going to be very, very beneficial because it brings independent thinkers to their board,” Blackmun said. “At the end of the day, I don’t think you can take away the choices that our athletes have. They have to weigh the importance of an Olympic medal, the impact an Olympic medal would have on their lifetime Olympic goals and weigh that against the short-term opportunity of turning professional.” USA Boxing said it had offered Lubin a spot in its residency program at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, where young fighters “have the ability to train full time and pursue further educational programs.

USA officials cancel classes, postpone presidential search forum for Moulton memorial (photos)

One such session was found on the suspect’s phone, police said. Foul-mouthed hacker hijacks baby monitor Investigators examining e-mail exchanges found one in which an alleged victim wrote she was downloading Skype and pleading, “Please remember im only 17. Have a heart.” “I’ll tell you this right now! I do NOT have a heart!!!” he wrote back, per the complaint. “However I do stick to my deals! Also age doesn’t mean a thing to me.” Authorities executed a search warrant at Abrahams’ home on June 4, at which time he “voluntarily agreed to speak” with a pair of FBI agents. Describing himself in that interview as a college freshman who was good with computers, the complaint said, he admitted using malware and his expertise to “watch his victims change their clothes and … use the photographs against them.” Abrahams further admitted the e-mail accounts, VPN, domain names or other pieces of the electronic puzzle that investigators used to build a case were his, according to the criminal complaint. Outside the court Thursday, Abrahams’ lawyer Alan Eisner said that his client’s family feels “profound regret and remorse” over what happened. He told CNN affiliate KTLA that Abrahams is autistic. “The family wants to apologize for the consequences of his behavior to the families who were affected,” Eisner said.