Longtime Usa Leader Gordon Moulton Dies At 73 (updated)

The Tigers have played TCU away from home, but this will be the first test for their young defense against an elite offense. WEEK 5: Full TV game schedule for weekend Also in the SEC, No. 1 Alabama will face surging Mississippi. The 22nd-ranked Rebels already have won at Vanderbilt and Texas. Beating the two-time defending national champions would be another feather in the cap of Hugh Freeze. The Tide could get a challenge if its offense continues to struggle. No. 12 Oklahoma visits No. 22 Notre Dame in a matchup of two of college football’s traditional powerhouses. The Irish physically dominated the Sooners last year on their way to the BCS title game. Oklahoma will have to rely on the arm of Blake Bell if it can’t establish a running game in South Bend. No.


He and his wife, Geri, donated $3 million to the institute to help fund cancer research. The institute’s main floor research area is named for the couple. One of the largest donations to any educational institution in the country came under Moultons watch. Mobile businessman Abraham Mitchell created the Mitchell-Moulton Scholarship initiative with a $50 million donation to the school on its 50th anniversary in May 2013. The initiative will provide scholarships and support the Mitchell College of Business. Moulton’s health began to decline in the fall of 2012, and he was diagnosed with cancer. He underwent an operation to remove a tumor from the left front side of his brain in October 2012. Moulton returned to work within a week of being discharged. Following the surgery, he continued to get “preventative treatment” from the USA Mitchell Cancer Institute, completing it in December of that year. Doctors at the time said there was no evidence of recurrent cancer. Moulton asked for a temporary leave of absence from the 15,000-student university on Feb. 1 (2013) to allow for more time to recover from surgery and the associated post-surgery treatments. He announced his July 2013 retirement on March 8, 2013, saying his decision to retire was based in part, on his health and also on the length of time he has served the university. He was a visionary leader, highly respected in the state and within the higher education community and the city,” said John W.

Arrest made in Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf ‘sextortion’ case

At the time she contacted police, in March, Wolf was not a national figure — even though she was Miss Teen California — and lived in an apartment and attended Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. Wolf got a Facebook alert that someone had tried to change her password to the social networking site, then noticed other passwords had been changed and that her Twitter avatar was now a half-nude picture of herself. A short time later, she received what would be the first of many messages, this one featuring pictures of Wolf at her Riverside County address and others apparently taken months earlier when she lived in Orange County, says the criminal complaint. The message explained “what’s going to happen” if Wolf didn’t send pictures or videos or “do what I tell you to do” in a five-minute Skype videoconference, according to the criminal complaint. “Either you do one of the things listed below or I upload these pics and a lot more (I have a LOT more and those are better quality) on all your accounts for everybody to see and your dream of being a model will be transformed into a pornstar (sic),” he wrote. Recalling that day, Wolf told NBC’s “Today” show she started “screaming (and) bawling my eyes out.” “I wasn’t sure what to do,” she said in August, shortly after her Miss Teen USA win. “So it was terrifying.” The messenger had taken great efforts to hide his online identity. But investigators were eventually able to find corresponding e-mails, IP addresses and other communications they linked to Abraham. They also tied him to online forums asking about malware, how to control webcams, and hacking into Facebook accounts. Investigators also linked him to at least eight other young women — some of them, like Wolf, from Southern California, though others were from as far away as Moldova. The victims told authorities similar stories: of a person they did not know saying, and in some cases proving, he had nude images and making demands as a result. The stalker claimed to have 1,000 photographs of one woman, the complaint said.