Closing timeEvery new beginning comes from some other beginning's endI know who[m] I want to take me homeI know who[m] I want to take me homeI know who[m] I want to take me home
And there it is again. The first crack of thunder for this afternoon. It's gotten very dark and another afternoon with a thunderstorm. Looks like the worst in going to be just north of me. Yesterday's was about as intense as I've been through and rattled the windows. I heard on the radio this morning that it has rained 14 of the last 17 days. Fall can't come soon enough.
*happy to email a PDF of this article to people who don't have access*
Lawyer for Afghan girls’ robotics team tells Oklahoma woman to stop taking credit for rescue
A lawyer for the famed all-girls Afghan robotics team has sent a cease-and-desist letter to an Oklahoma woman, telling her to stop taking credit for the girls’ escape from Kabul and warning that her numerous media appearances endanger their organization’s remaining members in Afghanistan.
The woman, Allyson Reneau, spoke last week to Today.com and then to several other media outlets, telling a story of her supposed involvement in the evacuation of several members of the robotics team, known internationally as the “Afghan Dreamers.” These outlets reported that she had “saved” the girls from probable oppression under the Taliban.
But a lawyer for the team’s parent organization, the Digital Citizen Fund, said that Reneau has overstated her role and has, in fact, put the girls and their families at risk because her repeated claims are undermining ongoing rescue efforts in the country.
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