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Steven Roger Johnson, 34, left, admitted to murdering his wife, Manya Johnson, 32, right, whose body was found in a White Bear Lake garage on Monday, Jan. 7, 2013. Paul husband in dismemberment case to get another plea hearingFeb 19:St. Paul man now charged with 1st degree murder in wife’s shooting, disme louboutin outlet mbermentFeb 5:St. Paul man set to plead in wife’s death, dismemberment; but prosecutor may up murder chargeJan 17:St. Paul man accused of slaying wife shopped for a better saw to cut up body, police sayJan 15:St. Paul: Slain woman’s friends start fund for toddler sonJan 10:Podcast: Reporters discuss Steven Roger Johnson murder caseJan 9:St. Paul: Wife trying to leave when husband shot her, sawed up body, charges sayJan 8:St. Paul man raped woman at 18, killed wife at 34, police sayWhite Bear Lake: Woman’s body found in garage; St. Paul husband arrested

A St. Paul man accused of shooting his wife in the head and then dismembering her body pleaded guilty Friday, March 8, to first degree premeditated murder and was sentenced to mandatory life in prison.

Steven Roger Johnson, 35, admitted he killed Manya Jewel Johnson on Jan. 6 with a gun he stole from her father after she told him she was leaving him. She said she would take their toddler son with her and keep him from getting custody, Johnson said.

Johnson described the day’s events in response to questions from his attorney, Connie Iversen. He said that he and Manya Johnson, 32, got into an argument. It started when she discovered a bottle of vodka in the car after they had returned from church. She didn’t like him drinking, he said.

He went to lunch with his family at Old Chicago for his sister’s birthday. Manya Johnson stayed home because it time for their son, Oliver, to nap.

The plan for the day was for the Johnson family to return to Steven and Manya’s Como Park home for cake and presents. When they got there, Manya Johnson said that she and Steven had dinner plans which wasn’t true, Steven Johnson said. At one point, Steven Johnson went to the basement, where he drank two shots of vodka and retrieved the stolen handgun from its hiding place. He stuck it in his back pocket to hide it from Manya.

He planned “to scare her,” Johnson said.

He went to the second floor of the house. Manya was in the guest bedroom. He stood in the bathroom doorway, he said. She didn’t see t louboutin outlet he gun. They continued to argue, and she threatened again to leave him.

“What did you decide to do?” Iversen asked.

“I decided to stop her from leaving,” he replied.

“How were you going to stop her?”

“Shoot her,” Johnson said.

He fired once, hitting her in the left temple.

“She fell on the floor. I rushed to her side,” Johnson said. “I took some towels. . My son was crying in the bedroom he had heard the shot.”

He brought Manya’s body in the bathroom and tended to Oliver.

Then, he said, “I decided I needed to cover up what I did.”

But bef louboutin outlet ore that, he ans louboutin outlet wered a call from Manya’s mother, Bonnie Twite, on Manya’s phone. He talked to her for about nine minutes, he said, to keep the routine of their daily check in.

He took Oliver and drove to Menards on University Avenue in St. Paul. Using $132.25 in cash so the purchase could not be traced, he said, he bought a saw, saw blades, bleach, garbage bags and rubber gloves.

“I proceeded to,” he paused, “dismember the body.”

He placed the body in bags and plastic bins and put them in his garage.

Johnson drove Manya’s car to the park and ride in Roseville where she usually left her car when she went to work, so that it would look as if she headed to her job at Target on Monday morning. He then rode his bike back home.

The time frame was not clear from Johnson’s testimony, but at some point Monday, he put the bins containing Manya’s body in his car and drove to his former prison mate Nathan Schram’s house in White Bear Lake. He left them in Schram’s garage, unbeknownst to Schram. He texted Schram on Monday to see if he could meet him for lunch; Schram said he was busy. Johnson told him what he had done. Schram called police, the criminal complaint said.

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Paul Lawrie brands golf centre thieves ‘scumbags’

FORMER Open champion Paul Lawrie today branded the thieves who raided his Aberdeen golf centre as bags. Three masked robbers smashed their way louboutin outlet into the shop at the Ryder Cup star’s golf centre on the outskirts of the c louboutin outlet ity at the weekend and stole an estimated 30,000 worth of golfing clothes and equipment.

Lawrie, who is understood to be on his way home to Aberdeen after finishing tied for 34th place at the BMW Masters at the Lake Malaren resort in Shanghai, tweeted: “Scumbags We have good CCTV but they were all wearing balaclavas and gloves.”

Detectives are continuing their investigation into the “high value” robbery at the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre at Blairs, on the South Deeside Road, in the early hours of Saturday morning.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “A large amount of Galvin Green clothing and Taylormade golf clubs were stolen from the premises. It is believed a silver coloured Audi A4 was used by the perpetrators, who had sourced stolen number plates in the local area.”

The robbery at the Paul Lawrie golf centre is the third raid on golf shops in the North east in the past four weeks.

On 24 September thieves broke into the Dunes Golf Driving Range in Fraserburgh and stole an estimated 50,000 worth of goods, and on 17 October an estimated 10,000 of golfing equipment was stolen from Murcar Golf Club in the Bridge of Don.

Robbie Stewart, director of golf at Paul Lawrie Golf Centre, said: “Three people broke in during the early hours of the morning. They used wire cutters to break through the gates and then used a crowbar to break the bottom window of the shop’s door, before crawling in. They absolutely knew what they were looking for.”

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Paul Keating’s daughter Katherine bags herself a rich hottie

It was the same time Balazs, who owns the famed Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, was hosting a party for friends including singer Madonna, in the penthouse of one of his exclusive New York hote louboutin outlet ls, the Standard.

Sources close to the former Sydney socialite nervously confirmed the romance behind her relocation but would not be drawn on the intimate details.

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However it’s understood Keating has made several return visits to share time louboutin outlet with Balazs in the Big Apple, reuniting with his entourage for a holiday in Europe earlier this year.

Balazs, a self made millionaire, was born in Boston and has degrees in business, journalism and the humanities from Cornell and Columbia universities.

His hotel and property development empire includes eight hotels in New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

His 2003 relationship with louboutin outlet Thurman made international headlines, coming after her bitter divorce from actor Ethan Hawke. The three year, on again off again romance was headed for a Caribbean wedding before they split for good in 2006.

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On Monday, March 11, one of the worst kept secrets in downtown St. Paul will be officially let out of the bag. Paul hotels the Crowne Plaza St. Paul Riverfront Hotel and the DoubleTree by Hilton.

The Mille Lacs Band will host a press conference Monday at the louboutin outlet Crowne Plaza with Melanie Benjamin, Chief Executive of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe; Joseph Nayquonabe, Jr., the band Commissioner of Corporate Affairs; Ben Graves, of Graves Hospitality, Inc.; Deputy St. Paul Mayor Paul Williams; and Matt Kramer, president of the St. Paul Area Chamber of Comm louboutin outlet erce.

Unconfirmed reports of the hotel purchases have been circulating since January, when Benjamin gave a 2013 of the Band Address that made clear the tribe intention to diversify and expand its business portfolio.

In a statement, the band said acquisitions are the first in a series of planned investments by the Mille Lacs Band Corporate Commission as it carries out the economic development vision communicated by Ch louboutin outlet ief Executive Melanie Benjamin.

Nayquonabe, Jr. will make the announcement and discuss business goals, including planned improvements for the hotels.

The written statement indicates the program will include visual elements, including Mille La louboutin outlet cs Band of Ojibwe flags, a ceremonial drum group performance, and an Ojibwe invocation prayer led by tribal elder, Joseph Nayquonabe, Sr.

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The wife of B louboutin outlet ake Off star Paul Hollywood has gone on a sun break leaving the chef to pack his bags at the family home while she’s gone.

Alexandra, 49, is believed to have left for Cyprus with son Josh to avoid coming face to face with her estranged husband, who is back in Kent after filming in the US.

Alexandra was working as a scuba diving instructor in Lysos, in the Paphos area of western Cyprus, when in 1994 she met Paul, who was teaching baking at the five star Anassa hotel.

In previous interviews he has told how he wooed her by baking her Danish pastries.

Her favourite one had a champagne and orange filling. Paul has been photographed at the family home looking stressed since Alexandr louboutin outlet a left for the sun.

Yesterday he was also facing up to a troubled start to his new US series The American Baking Competition, which he stars in alongside Marcela Valladolid.

The pair are believed to have become close to during filming.

And the CBS website has been hit by negative comments including one calling him a “dirty dog” and another asking: “Will Paul Hollywood be sacked for breaking louboutin outlet heart of his wife?”

On screen, although the duo were regularly at each others’ side, producers seem to have cut out signs of fli louboutin outlet rtation or “chemistry”.

One viewer Stefanie Garfunkel, from New York, said: “I had read all the stories about what may or may not have happened, and it was as if producers cut any scene of them going anywhere close out of the final version.

“They barely talked to one another and most of the episode was focused on the contestants.

“They spent a lot of time individually talking to camera. They actually lack on screen chemistry. Paul is the star and Marcela a poor second.”

Earlier this week the Mirror told how Alexandra broke her silence on Twitter to admit “times are hard” since the split.

Paul’s agent released a statement confirming the split several weeks ago, saying: “We confirm that Paul Hollywood has separated from his wife. Their priority is protecting their son.”

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Paul hears impassioned speeches on PolyMet

Even in fair weather, the crowd at Tuesday evening’s public hearing on the PolyMet mining project at the RiverCentre in St. Paul would have been impressive: at least 2,100 by the official count, in a mass no news photo can really convey, and more than the two earlier sessions in Duluth and Aurora combined.

Many hundreds had traveled a half day, in temperatures that didn’t get above zero, to be felt if not heard: Organizers had made clear that getting a moment at the microphone would require winning a lottery. Of more than 600 who signed up to speak, only 59 got the chance to deliver a three minute pitch.

For three solid, tightly paced hours, the speakers alternated almost perfectly between pro and con not only on whether PolyMet’s NorthMet project should go forward, but also on the actual subject of the hearing, which was whether the much redone environmental review of NorthMet is now adequate. Forest Service and the Army Corps of Engineers. Nearly all of these focused on the problem of very long term and possibly perpetual acid drainage from sulfide ores. 30 spoke in favor of the project, usually without much reference to particulars of the agencies’ regulatory review. This happened 31 times, by my count:

PolyMet’s challengers used the option on 10 occasions, usually yielding time to a spouse, fellow student or technical expert on some portion of project review. Just once, this process brought up a speaker for whom the testimony was part of his job: Steve Morse, who heads the Minnesota Environmental Partnership.

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Larry Long of Minneapolis sang an anti mining song he dedicated to Pete Seeger.

(It also brought up the troubadour Larry Long, with guitar and harmonica, who managed to get out two minutes of a new anti mining song for which he’d managed to work the phrase “acid rock” into the lyrics.)

PolyMet’s supporters, by contrast, used the option 21 times, and almost always the time was yielded to elected officials, business executives, union leaders and others you might consider as being paid in some way to be at the podium.

There were three current or former legislators in the bun louboutin outlet ch Sen. David Tomassoni, former Sen. Ron Dicklich, former Rep. Tom Rukavina and a string of mayors and county commissioners, past and present, from the Iron Range communities.

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Former Sen. Ron Dicklich of Duluth said environmentalists are pursuing a shameful anti mining agenda against the PolyMet project.

This was well within the rules, of course, and I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with it.

But you couldn’t ask for a clearer illustration of the present state of this debate, in which serious and usually science based environmental concerns typically are not actually answered but are merely rebutted with assertions of economic and political power.

Here are some of the comments from last night’s session that seemed to me to frame this divide most clearly, compellingly or both:

Rukavina, of Virginia, who knows how to grab a headline as well as anyone, held up a grocery bag and suggested that everyone in the audience who opposes mining deposit, on their way out, their cell phones, iPads, car keys and other items that depend on metals PolyMet would mine.

“Everyone in this room uses the metals we’re talking about, so we’re all polluters. . This project think about it is the biggest recycling project in the history of Minnesota.

“We’re not talking about pop cans and beer bottles on the curbs here, folks. We are talking about (re using) crushers, concentrators, railroads, tailings ponds, haul roads they’re all already there. ”

Bob Tammen of Soudan, a retired electrician in the taconite mines, rebutted the notion that mining is a revenue stream for Minnesotans. Responding to the mayor of Hoyt Lakes, who had talked about tireless efforts by the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board to diversify the regional economy, Tammen said:

“I go to IRRRB meetings and I can assure you they work tirelessly to rebate tax dollars to right back to the mining companies in the last 20 years, more than $200 million. They’ll do it again this year unless we embarrass them enough, and it takes a lot to embarrass a mining company.”

Tomassoni, of Chisholm, whose district includes five of the state’s six taconite mines, said “mining is our way of life.”

The impact assessment in its current form, “of approximately 2,200 pages, costing more than $65 million, eight years in the making, with seven agencies both state and federal involved . it’s hard to imagine that more can be done.”

“The agencies deserve a lot of credit for making sure it was done right. PolyMet will be done right, and jobs and the environment will co exist for the benefit of everyone.”

Scott Helgeson of Bloomington, a self described MBA who understands investme louboutin outlet nt and business models, said the proposal to build a project that might require 500 years of expenditure on cleanup and containment is “insane.”

He had just come back from Utah, where “just up the road from Salt Lake City is a big mine, a copper mine. The people who live next to that copper mine are relying on reverse osmosis for their well water. They cannot drin louboutin outlet k it. The EPA says it’s just fine.

“What prevents [PolyMet] from going bankrupt 30 years from now and saying, guys, we just can’t pay the bills anymore. Are we insane?”

Jason George, speaking for the International Union Operating Engineers Local 49, said “it’s hard for me to believe all these peop louboutin outlet le who get up and say there’s no way we can do this [safely]. I’ve never heard so much negativity. This is America we can do anything, right?”

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Jason George of the International Union Operating Engineers Local 49 said he has 3,000 Minnesota members working heavy construction in North Dakota, and “let’s bring ’em home.”

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Director Paul Feig put together a must see movie list for the Morning Edition feature we’ve decided to call Watch This and though it’s not all comedies, Feig tells NPR’s Steve Inskeep that Peter Bogdanovich’s 1972 screwball comedy What’s Up, Doc? was his Star Wars meaning it was the movie he had to see over and over again.

“When I was a kid, I’d never seen a screwball comedy,” Feig says. “So for me this was just this mind blowing, new type of comedy. . I went bananas for it.”

The movie, which stars Ryan O’Neal and Barbra Streisand, centers around four identical bags and the people who own them.

“She’s just in love with this nerd, and she’s chasing ever after him,” Feig says. “Which is, I think, why I liked it too. . Anything that showed that you could be a nerd and girls would be after you, I was all for.”

Movie Trailers From Some Of Paul Feig’s Must See Movie Picks

The Human Tornado (1976)

Feig calls the cult blaxploitation film The Human Tornado “possibly the greatest movie ever made.”

The film stars Rudy Ray Moore as Dolemite, aka the titular Human Tornado. If you watch the movie trailer, you’ll see that it’s not exactly safe for all audiences.

From the opening scene, where Dolemite introduces the film pre louboutin outlet ening around in a huge cape with the opening credits on the back, Feig says the movie is just “spectacular.”

The Human Tornado employs many classic tropes of its era: fight scenes with added sound effects, multiple gun battles and a story that’s way over the top.

“There’s a haunted house and a witc louboutin outlet h, and then there are bad guys trying to shut down a club. It is just minute for minute the greatest movie experience,” Feig says.

If you get a group of friends together and rent the movie, Feig says, you won’t be disappointed and you will not stop laughing.

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Before Tom Cruise was a megabucks earning superstar, he danced in his scanties to Bob Seger’s “Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll’ in the teen comedy drama . Feig says the movie blew his mind.

It’s not that Feig, who was in film school at the time and thinking about getting in to the business, was a particular fan of teen sex comedies. What blew his mind about the movie was the soundtrack, from the German electronic group Tangerine Dream.

“[The music] is very, very not comedy,” he says. “It was the first time I realized that you can make something that’s funny, and if you put this kind of music on top of it, it just makes it resonate more.”

Never mind t louboutin outlet he iconic scene with Cruise in his skivvies; Feig says the moment that stuck with him most is a scene later in the film. Things have fallen apart, and Cruise’s character, who’s fallen in love with the prostitute Lana louboutin outlet (played by Rebecca De Mornay), is riding through the streets on a bicycle.

“And he gets to her, he hugs her, and the camera is going around with the music playing. It’s so beautiful, and it chokes you up,” Feig says. “I just can’t say enough about that film.”If there’s one movie on Paul’s list that emphasizes pure cinematography, music and powerful imagery above all else, it has to be director Godfrey Reggio’s . The title is from the Hopi language, and translates roughly as “unbalanced life.”

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On St. Paul’s East Side, former day care worker and University of St. Thomas program manager Alfreda Flowers is giving away enough backpacks to outfit an entire school.

She’s also offering students free rulers, notebooks, calculators, pens and pencils. Heck, she’ll throw in a free haircut if it ge louboutin outlet ts a kid ready for the first day of class.

This i louboutin outlet s the third year of her East Side “Back to School” event, which is still seeking volunteers and donated school supplies before the great giveaway next week, where she’s hoping to break last year’s tally. Aug. 28 at the city’s Wilder Recreation Center, 958 Jessie St.

Three years ago, Flowers gave away 150 backpacks. Last year, with the help of volunteers, her tiny organization distributed 1,300 backpacks. This year, she’s aiming for 1,500.

Some 40 sponsors and community organizations, including the St. Paul Police Department, have rallied to her side, and she does not intend to fail. “We still need to fill 400 bags,” Flowers said. “We need bags and supplies. It’d be great to get supplies, but financial donations are also welcome.”

In order to receive a backpack, children must be accompanied by their parents or another adult, and the adult must meet with 10 community organizations with booths at the back t louboutin outlet o school event. Adults will receive “passports,” which the nonprofits will stamp.

St. Paul Public Schools and some 40 community organizations and churches have partnered to support the give away, including the East Side Salvation Army, East Side Neighborhood Development Corp., the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry and the St. Paul Public Schools Foundation.

Flowers, a mother of eight and grandmother of nine, spent 18 years operating a day care for children of single parents. She then spent 10 years in a homeless outreach program and community resource center within St. Paul Public Schools, and another eight years as a manager for nonprofit programs at St. T louboutin outlet homas.

After retiring from St. Thomas, she founded Family Values for Life in 2010 as a community resource agency for East Side families. Her nonprofit is based at the First Covenant Church.