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From: Twittering One on 13 Oct 2007 16:06
Thew New York Times
April 1, 2006
Hal Coyote, 1, Dies; Romped in the Park
By JAMES BARRON
Hal, the coyote who led park rangers and police officers on a two-day
chase in Central Park last month, died on Thursday, moments before he
was to be released in a thousand-acre state forest in Putnam County.
He was about a year old.
The cause of death had not been determined, Gabrielle DeMarco, a
spokeswoman for the state Department of Environmental Conservation,
Hal's birthplace was unknown, as was his birthday. After his romp in
the park, Adrian Benepe, the city's parks commissioner, speculated
that Hal had fled Westchester County, wandering across the railroad
bridge that connects the Bronx and Manhattan at Spuyten Duyvil. From
there, Mr. Benepe said, Hal could have sauntered down the West Side
and into Central Park.
He had the run of the park for a few days before parks officials
cornered him at the Hallett Nature Sanctuary, not far from the Wollman
Rink and the carousel. He leaped over their heads and spent another
night on the loose before being felled by a tranquilizer dart fired by
a police officer.
He spent the last week of his life in the care of wildlife
rehabilitators on Long Island. They turned him over to state
biologists on Thursday.
"He was in good shape when he left me," one of the handlers, Rebecca
Asman, said yesterday. "Maybe there were other things going on inside
of Hal. He looked good to us. As far as outward appearance, he was
eating very well and he was very calm, but coyotes are by nature very
The state biologists took him about 60 miles north of Manhattan to the
California Hill State Forest in Putnam County, near Kent, N.Y., Ms.
DeMarco said. There, she said, Hal stopped breathing when the
biologists and Cornell University graduate researchers restrained him
to put an identification tag on his ear.
She said that a soft muzzle had been placed around Hal's snout, but it
did not cover his nose. His legs had also been restrained, but he had
not been tranquilized, she said.
From: Twittering One on 13 Oct 2007 16:23
"On another day, when my head does not hurt this much, I will tell you
the story of the young girl, with serious impairments, who clung to me
in fear, in Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Presbeterian Hospital, New
York City, in summer 2006, when 2 "mental health workers" frightened
her, threatening her with the seclusion room, after a single Dorito
Chip did not elicit the desired behavior."
"After all ~
You can't eat just one ~ !"
From: indomitable2 on 14 Oct 2007 13:03
"Twittering One" <mournenwould(a)aol.com> wrote in message
> "On another day, when my head does not hurt this much, I will tell you
> the story of the young girl, with serious impairments, who clung to me
> in fear, in Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Presbeterian Hospital, New
> York City, in summer 2006, when 2 "mental health workers" frightened
> her, threatening her with the seclusion room, after a single Dorito
> Chip did not elicit the desired behavior."
> ~ Twittering
> "After all ~
> You can't eat just one ~ !"
> ~ Folly
From: "Vernono O" Here on 13 Nov 2007 12:11
"Linda" <Indomitable2(a)netzero.com> wrote in message
> On Sep 29, 8:21 am, Twittering One <mournenwo...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>> When will there be news of hopspiatls such as Bellevue Hospital, in
>> NYC, being held accountable for similar physical brutality?
>> Moreover, 3 weeks ago, I reported to a NYCPD officer by the East River
>> that I was approached by 2 men who offered me money to touch me.
>> The NYCPD officer I reported this offence to did not want to record
>> the incident, was not interested in my name, and never asked me to
>> sign an "incident report," even when I insisted he take my name and
>> contact information.
>> WHAT IS GOING ON HERE, or is it just me?
> It isn't just you.
> The same thing is taking place all over the USA since Bush
> criminalized 961 local, state and federal Law Enforcement Agencies
> under FALCON so most Law Enforcement agents in the US now report
> directly to the US Marshalls office therefore George W. Bush.
Sure, the idiot's response. It's Bush's fault.
What you said above is pure idiocy and a lie.
From: Twittering One on 13 Nov 2007 12:44
> A hospital is a care place.
"Hospital scary place;
Hospital break Twittering's arm ~ !"