Dating 911 bytheway

— In an emotional, 8-minute call, a Raleigh man tells a 911 dispatcher that he tried to drown his two daughters in a Durham lake because Child Protective Services "wanted to take them away from me." Police say the man heard on the call, Alan Tysheen Eugene Lassiter, 29, threw his three children into the lake near Shearwater Drive shortly after 9 p.m. An off-duty Durham County sheriff’s deputy, David Earp, pulled two of the children – a 3-year-old girl and a 5-year-old girl – out of the water.Their 7-year-old brother was able to get away and run for help, police said.The 7-year-old boy is with relatives, according to police.In the 911 call released Monday, the man sounds frantic and angry as he asks the 911 dispatcher to send police and an ambulance. " Lassiter was arrested at the scene and placed in the Durham County jail under a .25 million bond."If it's OK to watch on American television it should be available for viewing on airlines."He also expressed surprise that airlines were unconcerned by a scene later in the film that portrays a young boy deceiving security personnel at Heathrow and sprinting through several checkpoints.Mr Kenworthy said that despite his protests, film producers had no choice other than to bow to airline pressure because of the substantial sums of money involved in licensing agreements.

British Airways has decided that the film, which stars Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and Colin Firth among others, will have to be censored before it is shown on its aircraft because of a reference to September 11.

The skin of the Turbo model has been mated to the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4.

That means there's a different air dam up front, a squat-looking rear end that is signifi­cantly flared at the rear wheel wells, and a narrow slit of brake lights set above the rear window instead of below.

The cheapie, if you will, is the best deal: the rear-wheel-drive six-speed Carrera coupe (a Tiptronic trans adds 91); then come the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4 (,530), the Targa (,245), the ragtop (,720), the all-wheel-drive model tested here with the road-racer Turbo body (,820), followed by the all-wheel-drive con­vertible (,705) and the bad-boy Turbo.

What distinguishes this 911 are its body, its brakes, and its tires.


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