8:12 AM 4/12/2018 – The San Juan Daily Star on 4.11.18 – Local News: Record $18.5 Billion HUD Injection to Help Repair Island Homes, Businesses

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4.10.18 – The San Juan Daily Star: It’s Not a Bird or a Plane. It’s a 17-Foot Drone, and It’s Here to Save Your Cellphone Service.

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1:56 PM 4/9/2018 – TSJDS – Local News: Some Police Critical of Governor’s Endorsement of Acting Police Chief, and other stories

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Some Police Critical of Governor’s
Endorsement of Acting Police Chief

By The STAR Staff

The support given by Gov. Ricardo Rosselló
Nevares last week to acting Police
Superintendent Henry Escalera felt like
a bucket of cold water in several sectors of the
island police, who had hoped that an immediate
change in leadership could stop the endorsement
that the interim chief has given to
several high offi cials who have been “running
over” lower-ranking offi cers, according to
information obtained by Inter News Service
(INS).
A large number of complaints have been
received regarding the actions of the offi cials,
and in other cases they are simply labeled as
“corrupt,” INS reported.
The beginning of the current crime wave
coincided with the expulsion of Michelle Hernández
de Fraley from the superintendent’s
chair, the group of police told INS.
In addition, they said, the police do not
believe that Escalera is the leader that is needed
at this moment in which homicides have
increased, especially involving fi rearms.
They said Escalera “lacks the merits to be
confi rmed” in the position because he only
has two years at the university level — at the
police academy — and no other study.
More serious, however, is the complaint
that has been made about the possible intervention
of Escalera in the legal proceedings
against his son Henry Escalera Arroyo, who is
accused of serious crimes such as armed robbery,
and possession of controlled substances
and illegal weapons, among others.
Escalera Arroyo allegedly only served
fi ve years in prison while the members of the
gang to which he belonged are still serving
out sentences.
For the group of police offi cers, Escalera
Arroyo’s criminal fi le was cleaned, although,
they claim, the original is still preserved.
“We ask, how are we going to serve under
an offi cer who is corrupt?” a member of the
police group told INS. “Because that’s what it’s
called, do not tell me anything else, because …
we know that’s the case.”
Responding to specifi c questions from
INS, the governor endorsed Escalera without
qualifi cation last Wednesday, although a Feb.
21 letter from police makes serious accusations
against Lt. Col. Carlos J. Miranda Soto and the
acting superintendent, the original recipient
of the letter.
Rosselló said last week that he has “confi
dence in both the [Public Safety] secretary
[Héctor] Pesquera and the superintendent
Henry Escalera to carry out the process so
far.”
Last week, in response to questions from
INS regarding about if he knows any aspect of
Escalera that prevents him from nominating
him for superintendent permanently, the governor
reiterated his support for Escalera as
his interim.
“Superintendent Escalera has been a great
worker,” Rosselló said. “He has been running
the 30-60-90 plan. We are very proud of the
work he is doing, but he always assumed that
position, understanding that it was an interim
one and that we were going to conduct a search
process [for a permanent superintendent].”
However, INS learned that Escalera
has lobbied in the Senate to be the nominee,
although that legislative body, a source said,
will not nominate him.
The same police offi cers also criticize
Escalera’s endorsements of offi cers such as the
controversial Miranda Soto.
They said they sent evidence of nearly
three dozen administrative complaints lodged
against Miranda Soto to Escalera, and he has
not done anything. 

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5:39 AM 4/8/2018 – TSJDS – 4.6-8.18 – Businessmen Export Medicinal Cannabis Experience to DR and other local news

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Businessmen Export Medicinal Cannabis Experience to DR

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By JOHN McPHAUL
jpmcphaul@gmail.com 

A group of Puerto Rican businessmen has decided
to export their experiences in the medicinal
cannabis industry to the neighboring
Dominican Republic and begin to educate about
the eff ectiveness of these products in the treatment
of many diseases and in improving the quality of
the life for patients on the island.
Today, Cannaeduca will off er the fi rst symposium
on the topic of medical cannabis in the Dominican
Republic entitled “Legal, Social and Economic
Aspects of Medicinal Cannabis: The Case of
Puerto Rico.”
The symposium will be attended by a group of
professors, lawyers, doctors, bankers and other experts
in the medicinal cannabis industry from the
mainland United States and Puerto Rico.
In addition, the participation of former Gov.
Alejandro García Padilla with an introductory message
is confi rmed.
Cannaeduca spokesperson Pedro Ortiz Cortés
said “the medicinal cannabis industry has been
successful in Puerto Rico because patients and
businessmen who have developed companies to
produce medicinal cannabis products have had
cutting-edge legislation, a product of the broad political
support for this industry, which has allowed
the robust and orderly development of this industry.”
“The result of this is refl ected in the fact that patients
have an alternative of safe and eff ective treatment
for chronic and even disabling conditions that
improves the quality of life of patients,” he added.
“In turn, these products are manufactured by companies
that contribute to the economic development
of Puerto Rico and the creation of well-paying
jobs.”
Ortiz Cortés went on to note that “[t]here are
many myths regarding the issue of medicinal cannabis.”
“However, statistics show that more than 70
percent of certifi ed patients are people over 50
years old,” he said. “These are people for whom
cannabis is an eff ective and real treatment option.
So far, as part of the development of the medicinal
cannabis industry on the island, they have established
about 10 cultivation and manufacturing operations
and about 40 dispensaries throughout the
island.”
He also highlighted the work of the commonwealth
Health Department, “which has done an excellent
job in monitoring the quality of the product,
the eff ectiveness of the service and compliance with
all applicable regulations and laws.”
At the Dominican Republic symposium, Cannaeduca
aims to present the success of the project
in Puerto Rico as an example to follow, and emphasize
the importance of establishing a strong legal
framework that limits drug traffi cking, but does not
deprive people who could benefi t from cannabis as
a treatment option to improve their quality of life.
Ortiz Cortés, as spokesperson for the company,
announced that they hope to take the educational
project to other jurisdictions in Latin America and
Europe so that other countries can emulate the vanguard
medicinal cannabis model adopted on the
island.

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