first_imgTORRANCE: Judge calls William Marshall “evil” and says he should be housed in a maximum security prison. By Denise Nix STAFF WRITER William Marshall sat in court Friday staring at a black leather Bible on the table in front of him with his hands chained to his waist. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.He never once looked up. Not when Robin Hoynes’ sisters described the hole he tore in their family by killing her 23 years ago. Not when the prosecutor reiterated how “heinous, horrible” the murder of the 21-year-old Whittier woman was at a Kentucky Fried Chicken in Torrance. And not when Torrance Superior Court Judge Mark Arnold told him he was “evil” and sent him to prison for the rest of his life without the possibility of parole. Marshall, 46, a former state Department of Forestry fire captain, did briefly glance at his family before he was led away by bailiffs. Neither Marshall, his attorney nor his family members spoke during the sentencing hearing. However, his attorney said he would appeal the conviction and sentence. A jury convicted Marshall on Oct. 5 of murder and the special circumstance of killing during an attempted robbery. On Friday, Robin’s sisters told how their lives changed with her death. They lamented the special occasions, rites of passage and everyday joys – like walks in the park and cups of coffee – they were robbed of sharing with her. Tricia Van Voorhis, who is three years younger than Robin, berated Marshall for his lack of guilt or remorse. “It is beyond my comprehension how you can do this in the first place. But how can you live with yourself after?” Van Voorhis said she hopes he spends “day after day and year after year” in his cell thinking about the pain he’s caused. Kim Hoynes, the oldest sister, recalled how her sister’s murder devastated her parents. Their father, who suffered from emphysema, committed suicide a decade later. Their mother, who now has many of her own health problems, grieved quietly. She read from a letter the family sent to District Attorney Steve Cooley in 2005 in which their mother, Ethel Hoynes, wrote: “A day never goes by that I do not miss my precious freckle-faced Robin and wish she were here.” Wendy Castaneda, the youngest sister, spoke of how she continues to grieve for her best friend. “The truth is you can never make restitution for your actions because you can never bring Robin back,” she said to Marshall. All the sisters remembered how Robin had dedicated much of her life to her church and religion. Castaneda also acknowledged Marshall’s faith as he brought a Bible to court every day. “If you truly believe and embrace the truth of the Bible ? then I have to believe that at least you’re sorry for what you did and would express that to my family.” Deputy District Attorney John Lewin noted that the anniversary of Hoynes’ death is only days away. She’s now been dead more years than she was alive, he said. “The life she lived, even in that short a time, impacted many people,” he said. Lewin said it was difficult to conceive how Marshall could selfishly plan and execute his crime against a woman he knew and who was nothing but nice to him. “It just didn’t matter. It didn’t matter to you,” Lewin said to Marshall. Marshall had worked with Robin at the restaurant until shortly before her Oct. 30, 1984, murder. The assistant manager was fired for a number of reasons, including suspicions he was stealing from the restaurant. Robin, who was alone doing paperwork after closing, let Marshall in. She was expecting him to turn in his uniform and pick up a briefcase he left behind. When she turned away from him, he stabbed her twice in the back. He tried to open a floor safe, but the combination had been changed. Before he left, he slit her throat. In the days following the crime, Marshall was seen casing a Fountain Valley Kentucky Fried Chicken where he also had worked. When he was first arrested on Nov. 10, 1984, he had two knives and gloves with him and was wearing camouflage pants and boots. The boots, which were kept by the Torrance Police Department when Marshall was released, later became a key piece of evidence in the case. A piece of foam found at the murder scene was linked to the boots. On Friday before the judge handed down the sentence, Arnold said he was “saddened” for the way Marshall “eviscerated” Robin’s close-knit and loving family and shortened a life that was bound for great things. He said the way Marshall stabbed Robin in the back was “cowardly” and he showed a “lack of humanity” by his willingness to try to commit the same crime days later. Arnold said he would recommend that Marshall be housed in a maximum security prison “in accordance with the seriousness of the crime and the level of evil he has exhibited.” denise.nix@dailybreeze.com Staff writer Laura Davis contributed to this article. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgMother’s Day is quickly approaching as we all know and Magees Pharmacy have compiled a list of 12 reasons why she deserves the best on March 15th.1. She can power clean the house in 5 minutes if someone decides to drop by without notice.2. She will listen to overly descriptive drama, and sound interested (“So then he was like, and then I was like, and then she was like, and then she did this!!!”) 3. She will be your personal taxi driver, for FREE… (Seriously, be grateful!)4. She will be able to make a meal out of leftover roast chicken, a half leftover pepper and peanut butter.5. She knows what sibling jealousy means and becomes a Chemistry Master when it comes to pouring fruit juice (“HEY!! Jamie got more than me!! NOT FAIR!”)6. She knows how to use “On the way back” when the kids are being bratty 7. She cannot sleep until she knows everyone is home safely. She wonders why she looks tired all the time!8. She knows best. Every single time. Just because.9. She can find literally anything, anywhere. Nothing is ever lost for long.10. She will LIKE all of your Facebook posts and comment “Mom-ish” things for your friends to call you on.11. She will write “LOVE, MOM” at the end of every text message, like we couldn’t possibly know who the message is from otherwise. It will also take her a little more time to “get with the kids”, in a lovable way: 12. She is a teacher, a nurse, a cook, a shoulder to cry on. She is your best friend and sometimes your enemy. She has the ability to annoy and embarrass you beyond reason. She is all of the above, and certainly irreplaceable.WE LOVE YOU MUM!!If our 12 reasons aren’t enough to convince you to get her something special, then….WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU??For others, visit www.magees.ie for her favorite fragrance, skincare, or pampering package. Or for the mammy who doesn’t need anything else as she is already perfect, get her a personalised photo gift using your favourite family photo!PS: We are also running a “JAMMY MAMMY” themed Facebook giveaway to win a hamper of beauty products worth over €500!Enter here by Liking and Sharing this post.Love to all mums,Magees xxMAGEES PHARMACY OUTLINE 12 REASONS WHY YOUR MUM DESERVES THE BEST THIS MOTHER’S DAY was last modified: March 11th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessFeaturesMagee’s PharmacyMother’s Daynewslast_img read more

first_img Matz Sels 1 Newcastle have beaten off competition from Leicester and Southampton to sign goalkeeper Matz Sels from Gent.The 24-year-old shot-stopper has reportedly travelled to the North East to complete his move this week after being persuaded to join the club by Rafael Benitez.Sels was keen on a move to a Premier League club but was given no guarantees by Leicester or Southampton that he would be seriously considered for the No.1 berth.And now, according to Het Laaste Nieuws, a personal call from Benitez has done enough to persuade Sels to sign for the Championship side.Sels kept 18 clean sheets in all competitions for Gent last term and helped the club win the Belgian Pro League title in 2014/15.last_img

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champThe public action group Montebello Citizens for Honest Government gathered 6,717 signatures, of which 5,028 were verified by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office. At least 4,413 were needed, which is 20 percent of the city’s 23,563 registered voters. The recall election will cost the city about $90,000, said Deputy City Clerk Lillian Guzman. “There will be 11 polling places and the results will be tabulated and given at the council chambers election night,” she said. “The public is welcome.” She also said the city clerk’s office has been notified by residents confused about the election. MONTEBELLO – Voters will go to the polls a week from today to decide whether City Councilman Jeff Siccama loses his seat on the panel. Those seeking to take his place are Leo Rodriguez, who ran in the November council election, and Mary Anne Saucedo, a former councilwoman and city clerk. The effort to recall Siccama, a first-term councilman, was started earlier this year by residents who felt he helped block them from having the final say on whether fire and police services should be under the control of the city or the county. He said the recall is an effort by those behind it to “hijack local government.” “They want to know why they received another sample ballot when we just had an election in November,” Guzman said. Siccama, 46, agreed there is a sense of confusion among Montebello residents. “While out campaigning,” he said, “a lot of people have asked why they have to vote again.” During this last week of campaigning, Siccama said he will continue going door-to-door and making phone calls to let people know where he stands on the issue. “There’s a lot of misinformation out there,” he said. “I just want my message to get across so voters can read through the smokescreen.” He said he and former council members Norma Lopez-Reid and Bob Bagwell never intended to disband either the police or fire departments. “We voted to conduct a survey to find out if going county would be a savings for the city,” he said. Lopez-Reid and Bagwell lost by a large margin to Robert Urteaga and Kathy Salazar, who’ve been sworn into office. Siccama, who was elected in November 2005 and is a manager of an Alhambra towing and transport company, said he thinks the voter turnout may be light because of the confusion. No matter, he is optimistic he will prevail. “I have confidence people will see that I have done a good job in my two years on the council, and they will vote to keep me in office,” Siccama said. He will be recalled if a simple majority votes for his ouster – 50 percent plus one. “I am sad that the community has to go through this recall election,” said Saucedo, 65. She said she was asked to run by members of the community to bring stability back to city government. Rodriguez, in his candidate’s statement in the sample ballot, called himself a 35-year resident who wants to repay the city by offering 25 years worth of municipal administration leadership and 35 years of volunteer work to the job. “I am not a career politician,” said Rodriguez, a Vietnam War veteran. sandra.molina@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgFor example, Rudy Giuliani, who’s faced uncomfortable revelations recently about New York police security costs for his extramarital trysts with his now-wife, Judith Nathan, may have suffered much less fallout than he would have without the strike. “That’s weeks worth of hard-hitting ridicule right there,” said Daniel Kurtzman, editor of the political humor page on About.com. “He escaped a wave of mockery that might have proved even more damaging to his campaign.” You might think it’s impossible to quantify the impact of the writers strike on the campaign. Actually, the Washington-based Center for Media and Public Affairs tracks late-night jokes about the candidates, and reports that Clinton stands to benefit most from the strike. Why? Because she’s joked about almost as often as all the other Democrats combined. The group found that from Jan. 1 through Oct. 10, Leno, Letterman, O’Brien, Stewart and Colbert joked about Clinton 186 times, versus 197 times for all the other Democrats together. They “focused heavily on her physical appearance, including her clothes (29 jokes), her alleged lack of emotional warmth (43 jokes), and her marital problems (21 jokes),” the group said in a report. (It also found that John Edwards attracted frequent jokes about his appearance – yup, mostly his hair.) The comedians found the Democrats (383 jokes) just a little funnier than the Republicans (312 jokes), the group said. Only Clinton and Giuliani were among the top-10 most joked-about figures in the country. The CMPA’s president, Robert Lichter, says late-night shows are a mixed bag for the candidates. On the one hand, they can make them look bad and reduce support. On the other, especially for dark horses, “simply by focusing on them, the shows can increase their support – as in, all comedy is good as long as they spell your name right.” Kurtzman, the political humorist, agrees. “Of course there are the stinging jokes that can hurt. But the more innocent jokes can help a candidate by putting them on the pop culture map. If you’re a regular target, there’s the sense that you’ve arrived.” And even for the front-runners, the talk shows can be a boon because they can always pop on to display a different side of themselves – for instance, for Clinton to show she has a playful, softer side. “Hillary did well with her top-10 list on Letterman,” Kurtzman noted. And some candidates thrive in the late-night setting. Sen. John McCain has clearly enjoyed his visits to Jon Stewart, as has Obama, who got a big laugh two years ago when, asked about the hype surrounding him, he told the host: “The only person more over-hyped than me is you!” Although nothing can match the reach of the late-night shows, Kurtzman and others note that the strike has given a boost to Web-based political satire. On his own site, he’s taken to soliciting reader jokes. Most of the results, he said, “prove that comedy writing is not an easy thing to do!” As for Borowitz, he said he’s “enjoying the open field.” “The writers should take their time coming back,” he quipped. “Actually, November ’08 would be a pretty good time.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NEW YORK – Attention, presidential candidates: Not to disrupt your holiday plans, but if you have any cringe-inducing mistakes, insensitive jokes or outright hypocrisy yet to engage in, there’s no time like the present. That is, no time like until early January, when late-night comics return to the air again. For seven weeks, Hollywood writers have been on strike, which means that for seven weeks, candidates have been free of the often scorching satire heaped on them by the likes of Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel. Now, all except Letterman have announced they’ll return early next month, with or without their staffs. (Letterman’s company is working on a separate deal with writers to return Jan. 2, coincidentally the night before the Iowa caucuses, when the first votes are cast in the nomination process.) AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonGood news for viewers – but bad news perhaps for those candidates whose gaffes or sticky revelations have been flying safely under the late-night radar for nearly two months. “This has been a good time for them to screw up,” said Andy Borowitz, comedian and author of the Borowitz Report, a satirical Web site. He wonders what the comics might have done when, say, Republican Mike Huckabee asked in a recent interview whether the Mormons believed that Jesus and the devil were brothers. (Huckabee later apologized to rival Mitt Romney, a Mormon.) He also wonders how Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign might have been skewered when one of its officials made an ill-advised reference to drug use by rival Democrat Barack Obama. (The official resigned.) And it’s also fun to imagine what Letterman might have done when Oprah Winfrey blazed onto the political scene, giving Obama a huge boost by joining him on the campaign trail. “Would we have been in for a reprise of the Oprah-Uma routine?” Borowitz asked, referring to a particularly infamous joke from Letterman’s stint as Oscar host. “Maybe the second time would have been a charm.” Which presidential hopefuls have benefited most from the writers strike? Probably the so-called top-tier candidates, who have less need for the free publicity and have escaped scrutiny in uncomfortable moments over the past two months. last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson SUN VALLEY – A SWAT team called to a home Friday where a gunman had barricaded himself entered the residence and found the man dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. One policeman injured his knee while running near the home in the 11800 block of Blythe Street, said LAPD Officer Jason Lee. The SWAT team was dispatched after a gunshot was heard about 3:50 p.m. The team entered the home about 7:20 p.m. and found the man dead, Lee said. Lee said there were reports of an ex-boyfriend showing up at the home threatening to commit suicide. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgGomez’s riding style seemingly has changed over the last six months. Instead of battling on the early pace, the Arcadia resident has been using a more conservative approach and waits until the stretch to ask his horses for their best. His riding is reminiscent of the now-retired Hall of Famer Eddie Delahoussaye, who became a legend with his come-from-behind victories. ARCADIA – Garrett Gomez, who in 2005 turned his life around by going from substance abuse problems to his best year ever as a jockey, served notice on New Year’s Day that 2006 might be even better. Gomez won Santa Anita’s first race with Successful Seeking ($7), added Winnin N Grinnin ($4) in the third and capped off a triple when he guided Make Mine Minnie ($8.20) to a 1 3/4 length victory over Zoemeg in the $79,400 Blue Norther Stakes, a race that was switched from turf to dirt because of persistent rain. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThose are the tactics Gomez employed in the Blue Norther. He rallied rom fourth on the far turn with Make Mine Minnie to wear down six rivals in the final furlong and ran the mile in 1:35.94 over a wet-fast track for trainer Jeff Mullins. Six-year-old Badge Of Silver never had run on grass, but he found a “good” turf course to his liking and won the $150,000 San Gabriel Handicap in wire-to-wire fashion for jockey Patrick Valenzuela. Badge of Silver, trained by Bobby Frankel, had competed against such good horses as Saint Liam, Lime House and Purge in important dirt races on the east coast and Midwest, but seemed to relish the switch to the lawn. “Bobby’s the greatest (referring to Frankel),” Valenzuela said. “Bobby knew his action was good on turf. He said, `He’ll run good. Don’t worry. Just ride him with confidence.’ ” Badge Of Silver ($10.60) won by 2 1/2 lengths over Atlando with Toasted third. He traversed the 1 1/8 miles in 1:50.02. center_img Santa Anita ends its holiday program today with another stakes doubleheader, the $75,000 Hill Rise Stakes for 3-year-olds at one mile on the turf and the $100,000 El Conejo Handicap at 5 1/2 furlongs on dirt for older sprinters. The El Conejo, which drew a field of 13, has showcased some of the best sprinters in California. Lit De Justice scored in 1996, while fan favorite Kona Gold won the Grade III race twice, once in 1999 and again in 2003. Both horses went on to win the Breeders’ Cup Sprint. This afternoon ex-claimer Jet West, a winner of three consecutive races including a nose victory in the $150,000 California Cup Sprint on Nov. 6, is the 5-2 favorite. “He’s very versatile,” trainer Ted H. West said. “The first time we ran, he pretty much went wire to wire with really fast fractions, and the last couple of times he’s come from off the pace.” Apprentice jockey Saul Arias won his first-ever Southern California race when he directed the late-running Jackieosofabulous to a $33.40 upset in Sunday’s fifth race for $16,000 claimers. Hurricane Katrina prompted 48-year-old trainer Josie Carroll to send her stable to Southern California rather than campaign on her regular circuit in Louisiana. “Normally, we would have been at the Fair Grounds, but we were looking for an alternative,” Carroll said. “We’ve got 22 horses here and we sent a few to Louisiana Downs in Shreveport. The purses are great out here, so we thought we’d come out. It’s a tougher meet, obviously, but we’re just going to feel our way around and see how we fit.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BEVERLY HILLS – Selvin Young will be among the players taking the field for Texas’ first offensive play from scrimmage in tonight’s Rose Bowl. The oft-injured running back was named the starter by head coach Mack Brown at a press conference Tuesday morning. Young began the season listed first on the Longhorns’ depth chart but saw his time limited by a nagging ankle injury. Young had fallen to third string during the regular season behind emerging stars Jamaal Charles and Ramonce Taylor, both of whom averaged at least seven yards per carry this year. Brown said his decision stemmed from Young’s performance in practice the past month and his veteran status. Young is a redshirt junior, whereas Charles is a freshman and Taylor is a sophomore. “We thought we’d put the older guy out there first,” Brown said.”But we’ve played all three backs, and they’ll play during the ballgame. “He’s just out there for the first snap.” The Longhorns platooned the three backs this season, with each getting between 72 and 114 carries. They are expected to share time today, along with short-yardage specialist Henry Melton. Young gained 416 yards on 89 carries this season and finished fifth in rushing behind Charles, Taylor, Melton and quarterback Vince Young. Shock to the system: Brown said Tuesday he was on a recruiting visit during last season’s Bowl Championship Series title game at the Orange Bowl and did not see much of the first half live. He was shocked by the score when he got home. “I was on a home visit, and I called my wife during the first quarter,” Brown said.”She told me, ‘It looks like Oklahoma’s going to kill them.’ And I said, ‘Hang on, sweetie, ‘Honey, I’ll see you soon.’” Oklahoma led USC 7-0 early in the game. But the Trojans scored 28 unanswered points and outscored the Sooners 38-3 the rest of the first half en route to a 55-19 victory. Pundits predicting a USC blowout today have cited the similarities between this game and that one in defending their predictions. Like this game, that one featured the Big 12 Conference champion playing the Trojans. And like this game, that one featured two highly touted and unbeaten teams. “Obviously, the game last year was not, I would say, what we all thought,” Brown said.”It’s not what I would have thought. If those teams played 10 times, the differential wouldn’t be 55-19 every time. But in that one ballgame, it’s one that USC got rolling and Oklahoma couldn’t stop them.” Walter Hammerwold, (626) 962-8811, ext. 2239 walter.hammerwold@sgvn.com last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A nonprofit organization dedicated to beautifying unused barren land along the county’s urban rivers has received a financial boost from Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina. Molina and her colleagues recently allocated $287,000 to Amigos de los Rios for work on a portion of the Rio Hondo River Park Project, a seven-mile stretch of planned trails along the river from Peck Park in El Monte to the Bosque del Rio Hondo near Whittier Narrows. “The supervisor believes strongly in identifying potential park space while we still have it, especially at a time when owning a home with a backyard is out of reach for a lot of people,” said Roxanne Marquez, spokeswoman for Molina’s office. The funding is part of $2.5 million in Proposition A money allocated by the county Board of Supervisors for park refurbishment projects across the San Gabriel Valley and Southeast Los Angeles. The $287,000 will be used to add decorative welcome gates and a pedestrian path along a 2.1 mile stretch of the park project between Valley Boulevard and Lower Azusa Road, according to Jeff Yann, a board member of the nonprofit. Yann said the financial aid from Molina was a big help. “Her promotion of greening along the rivers is incredible,” he said. “It will help us make our urban rivers look like rivers again.” Work on the gates and path is slated to begin in March and will be completed by this summer, Yann added. The rest of the park project includes a bike path on one side of the river and an equestrian path on the other, and adding native plants such as Oak trees and California Sagebrush and interpretive signage. The full park project, costing $3 to $4 million, is expected to be completed in about four years using funds from a variety of sources including the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy. When it’s done it will connect Peck Park and the Bosque del Rio Hondo to Rio Vista Park, Pioneer Park, Fletcher Park and Lashbrook Nature Area and serve as a recreational space for walkers, joggers, bicyclists and equestrians. The project is part of the Emerald Necklace, a vision for a 17-mile loop of parks and greenways connecting 10 cities and nearly 500,000 residents along the Rio Hondo and San Gabriel rivers. “You read so much about diabetes and obesity, so part of this is creating trails available to anyone who lives around or near this loop,” said Yann. debbie.pfeiffer@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028last_img read more

first_imgA CO Donegal actor is being lauded by the critics in America.James Conway, from Rathmullan, has the staring role of Brutus in Arizona Reparatory Theatre’s production of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, and a review in the Arizona Daily Star (link included below) started with the words “Remember this name: James Conway He has star power.”James is the son of the late Frances Conway and James Conway Snr. A chair in the Marhoney Theatre where he performs is dedicated to his late mother – It reads  “In Loving Memory of Frances Conway”.James Jnr is a senior at the University of Arizona.And there is no-one more supportive that his dedicated father, James, who has been nothing but incredibly supportive and present for every performance of his son.  Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldaily  http://azstarnet.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/az-rep-presents-powerful-julius-caesar/article_df545fcd-26f4-53ed-9da8-eb18781cc89f.html DONEGAL SHAKESPEAREAN ACTOR TAKES STATES BY STORM was last modified: March 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL SHAKESPEAREAN ACTOR TAKES STATES BY STORMRathmullanlast_img read more