Oct 13, 2021
Sagal Hussein Pleads Guilty To Hiding Disabled Sons Dead Body In Car Trunk For Months
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin woman has entered a plea agreement for neglecting her 5-year-son until he died and hiding his body in the trunk of her car for months.
The most serious offense, child neglect resulting in death, carries a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison.
According to court documents, Hussein’s son, Josias Marquez, had been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and epilepsy. He used a wheelchair, was blind and depended on others to eat. He wasn’t getting proper medical attention and Hussein wasn’t giving him his seizure medication.
He was last seen Nov. 25, 2019. An investigation began after a neighbor reported seeing Hussein’s other two children outside unsupervised. Investigators discovered his body in a duffel bag in the trunk of Hussein’s car in March 2020. The boy was mummified and significantly undernourished, according to the medical examiner.
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200 painted, naked models descend on Dead Sea for photo shoot
An American artist is photographing hundreds of nudes at Israel’s Dead Sea to highlight the sinking water levels.
Spencer Tunick , who has photographed naked models at landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and a glacier in Switzerland, returned to the Dead Sea on Sunday for the third time to photograph 200 naked people coated in white paint.
HEZBOLLAH FACES ITS LEBANON RECKONINGPeople pose nude for American artist Spencer Tunick as part of an installation in the desert near the Dead Sea in Arad, Israel, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021. About 300 participants took part in a nude photo installation designed to draw world attention to the importance of preserving and restoring the Dead Sea. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit) Ariel Schalit/AP
"I'm here to raise awareness of the receding waters of the Dead Sea and to bring attention to the ecological disaster that is happening," Tunick told CNN.
The shoot will benefit collaborator Ari Leon Fruchter’s dream of building a "Dead Sea museum" on the same location as the shoot.
"By connecting an environmental issue to the (human) body, (it) shows the vulnerability of the body up against nature — and also, in juxtaposition, the vulnerability of nature that's caused by the body," Tunick said. "Mankind can affect a massive sea. And I think that showing this juxtaposition of the body — very fragile — against the Dead Sea, which is equally fragile, will bring a new energy to the work and people's conversations."
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The white paint, which was formulated for the shoot, is meant to recall both the salt of the sea’s mineral-dense water as well as Lot’s wife from the book of Genesis, who was turned into a pillar of salt for looking at the destruction of Sodom.
The participants, all between the ages of 19 and 70, mostly hailed from Israel and included the mayor of a nearby town.News Israel Art Public Art