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June 16, 2014
Am I the only one that sees the irony in attorney general candidate Del. Jon Cardin attending a fundraiser hosted by a recently disbarred attorney? This speaks more to Mr. Cardin's character than his acceptance of a $100 campaign contribution from rapper Ski Money, a.k.a. Lawrence S. Christian ( "Jon Cardin rejects rapper's support after learning of criminal charges," June 5). One can see how Mr. Cardin might be unaware of Mr. Christian's past, but he surely cannot plead ignorance of lawyer Paul Gardner's past.
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June 16, 2014
Am I the only one that sees the irony in attorney general candidate Del. Jon Cardin attending a fundraiser hosted by a recently disbarred attorney? This speaks more to Mr. Cardin's character than his acceptance of a $100 campaign contribution from rapper Ski Money, a.k.a. Lawrence S. Christian ( "Jon Cardin rejects rapper's support after learning of criminal charges," June 5). One can see how Mr. Cardin might be unaware of Mr. Christian's past, but he surely cannot plead ignorance of lawyer Paul Gardner's past.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2011
Actress Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, indicted last month as a co-conspirator in a drug ring, will be released from the city jail on electronic monitoring so she can travel to Philadelphia to film a movie. Pearson, 30, who had troubles with the law before gaining fame for her role on HBO's "The Wire," was among more than 60 people charged in a drug conspiracy case and had been held without bond. Her initial attorney, entertainment lawyer Paul Gardner, launched a "Free Snoop" campaign on YouTube, and later was replaced with attorney Benjamin C. Sutley.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
State Sen. Brian Frosh questioned Baltimore County Del. Jon Cardin's fitness to be attorney general Friday, citing the endorsement of his Democratic primary rival by a local rapper facing human-trafficking charges. "At least one of my opponents lacks the rudimentary judgment required for holding the office of attorney general," Frosh told The Baltimore Sun's editorial board during a previously scheduled meeting. "Can you imagine the attorney general of Maryland putting his arm around a guy and saying, 'I'm proud to have his endorsement,' not knowing this person has just been charged with 22 counts of human trafficking and prostitution, facing 190 years in jail?"
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
State Sen. Brian Frosh questioned Baltimore County Del. Jon Cardin's fitness to be attorney general Friday, citing the endorsement of his Democratic primary rival by a local rapper facing human-trafficking charges. "At least one of my opponents lacks the rudimentary judgment required for holding the office of attorney general," Frosh told The Baltimore Sun's editorial board during a previously scheduled meeting. "Can you imagine the attorney general of Maryland putting his arm around a guy and saying, 'I'm proud to have his endorsement,' not knowing this person has just been charged with 22 counts of human trafficking and prostitution, facing 190 years in jail?"
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By Luke Broadwater and Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2014
Del. Jon Cardin rejected Thursday the endorsement of a Baltimore-based rapper after learning that the man who calls himself Ski Money is facing charges of human trafficking. Cardin, a candidate for attorney general, said he knew nothing of the rapper's charges and criminal record when he posed for a picture with Lawrence S. Christian, 37, at a fundraiser and his campaign briefly publicized the rapper's support. "I recently learned of the charges that are pending against Mr. Christian, a Baltimore based rapper who endorsed me over Twitter," Cardin, a Baltimore County Democrat, said in a statement.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | March 31, 2002
The clatter of a game wheel, clicks of cards being shuffled, and the dull roar of conversation and laughter greeted guests as they entered the Baltimore Museum of Industry for Casino Night. Only this was a night with no losers, as these high rollers gambled for a good cause -- the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. Some 200 folks tried their hand at various casino style games, noshed from the dinner buffet and caught up with friends. The biggest winner of the night, of course -- MVLS, which netted some $38,000.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2012
The Seacrets branding crusade continues. After winning a similar case last November, Ocean City's Seacrets has filed another trademark infringement lawsuit, this time against Baltimore restaurant Caribbean Secrets. Seacrets - which this Baltimore Sun story describes as "more of a theme park" than a bar because of its multiple entities - has asked the restaurant to change its name several times, but the request has been "adamantly" denied, according to Sam Littlepage, lead counsel for Seacrets.
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Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2010
A 24-year man and two unidentified teenagers have been arrested by Baltimore County police and charged in rape of a 12-year old girl last weekend at Skateworks roller rink in Woodlawn. Police said that Davon Perry and the two unidentified teenagers dragged the girl into a storage room, where the rape took place. The victim reported the incident to off-duty police officers who were working as security guards at the rink. Perry, who worked as a volunteer at the rink, was charged with first-degree rape.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | November 21, 1992
The Skipjacks lost more than a game last night. They lost their goaltender for at least the rest of the weekend.Ben Hankinson and Bill Guerin scored two goals apiece to lead the Utica Devils to a 5-3 victory over the Skipjacks before 4,538 at the Baltimore Arena.On Hankinson's second goal, with less than eight minutes remaining, Baltimore goalie Byron Dafoe sprained his left ankle when a Devil fell on top of him while he was trying to make the save. He will miss tonight's game at Utica and Sunday's at New Haven.
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By Luke Broadwater and Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2014
Del. Jon Cardin rejected Thursday the endorsement of a Baltimore-based rapper after learning that the man who calls himself Ski Money is facing charges of human trafficking. Cardin, a candidate for attorney general, said he knew nothing of the rapper's charges and criminal record when he posed for a picture with Lawrence S. Christian, 37, at a fundraiser and his campaign briefly publicized the rapper's support. "I recently learned of the charges that are pending against Mr. Christian, a Baltimore based rapper who endorsed me over Twitter," Cardin, a Baltimore County Democrat, said in a statement.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2011
Actress Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, indicted last month as a co-conspirator in a drug ring, will be released from the city jail on electronic monitoring so she can travel to Philadelphia to film a movie. Pearson, 30, who had troubles with the law before gaining fame for her role on HBO's "The Wire," was among more than 60 people charged in a drug conspiracy case and had been held without bond. Her initial attorney, entertainment lawyer Paul Gardner, launched a "Free Snoop" campaign on YouTube, and later was replaced with attorney Benjamin C. Sutley.
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By By Mary Gail Hare | The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2010
A Baltimore County hearing officer will review testimony today that could close a popular roller skating rink in Woodlawn. County officials want to revoke the entertainment license of Skateworks, the two-year-old rink that opened in an industrial park on Whitehead Road. Officials would not comment on the specifics of the case but said the rink's management has not adhered to licensing requirements, which include prevention of excessive noise, traffic congestion and vandalism, according to permit regulations.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | December 26, 1992
A jarring thing happened to Mark Hunter on the way to the midpoint of another NHL season.He was sent by the Washington Capitals to the minors, to the Skipjacks of the American Hockey League.Jarring? Hunter never had played in the minors. He was 30, a veteran of 12 NHL seasons who was with his fifth team. It was not what he had in mind for his 1992-93 campaign."It was a shock," Hunter said as he prepared for the Skipjacks' game tonight in Hershey, Pa., against the Bears."But I like the game too much to retire.
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