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SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons
for the position of Health and Safety Officer for the
Energy and Construction Sector.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
NEBOSH/OSHA Certificate Diploma from a recognized
At least two (2) years experience in the field of
occupational safety and health
Any equivalent combination of experience and training
in the field of safety and health will be considered and
experience in the Energy Sector will be an asset.
Interested persons should submit their application
together with curriculum and copies of certificates to:
PO BOX 4217
SAN DIEGO---The 16-year-old US
girl who was kidnapped by a fam-
ily friend suspected of murdering
her mother and young brother
said the man threatened to kill her
if she tried to escape---and that he
got what he deserved when he
died in a shootout.
Hannah Anderson went online
barely 48 hours after her rescue
and fielded hundreds of questions
through a social media site. That
account was disabled yesterday.
Also yesterday, a family
spokesman said the kidnapper, 40-
year-old James Lee DiMaggio, had
multiple bullet wounds in his chest
and one in the side of the head.
Andrew Spanswick said Wednes-
day that DiMaggio s sister, Lora,
saw the bullet wounds. An autopsy
is expected tomorrow.
Anderson s postings started
Monday night, hours after her father
requested that the family be allowed
to grieve and heal in private.
Brett Anderson didn t respond
to a text message seeking comment
about his daughter s postings, which
continued into Tuesday evening.
Police have said little about their
Jan Caldwell, a spokeswoman for
the San Diego County Sheriff s
Department, said authorities were
aware of the online comments but
couldn t confirm the account was
Dawn MacNabb, whose son,
Alan, is one of Hannah s closest
friends, confirmed the postings
were by the teen.
Anderson declined interview
requests from news organisations
that posted to her account.
She was kidnapped August 4 by
DiMaggio, her father s best friend.
DiMaggio had invited the children
and their mother, Christina Ander-
son, 44, to his house.
Anderson said she "basically"
stayed awake for six straight days,
and DiMaggio ignored her requests
She said she was too frightened
to ask for help when four horseback
riders encountered the pair in the
remote wilderness Wednesday.
The riders reported the sightings
to police the next day after returning
home and learning about the mas-
sive search spanning much of the
western United States and parts of
Canada and Mexico.
Asked if she would have preferred
to see DiMaggio get a lifetime prison
sentence instead of being killed by
FBI agents, she said, "He deserved
what he got."
CONCORD---A travelling medical tech-
nician accused of infecting dozens of
patients with hepatitis C through taint-
ed needles was scheduled to plead
guilty Wednesday to 14 federal drug
charges that would send him to prison
for 30 to 40 years.
David Kwiatkowski will be sentenced
at a later date, probably in November,
US Attorney John Kacavas sad.
Originally from Michigan, Kwiatkows-
ki worked in 18 hospitals in seven states
before being hired in New Hampshire
Along the way, he contracted hepatitis
C, and is accused of infecting others by
stealing painkiller syringes and replacing
them with saline-filled syringes tainted
with his blood.
Kwiatkowski told investigators he had
been stealing drugs since 2002 and that
his actions were "killing a lot of people."
Forty-six people in four states in hos-
pitals where Kwiatkowski worked have
been diagnosed with the same strain of
hepatitis C he carries.
With his plea, Kwiatkowski will avoid
criminal charges pertaining to patients
outside New Hampshire.
At least two dozen civil lawsuits related
to his case are pending, most of them
against Exeter Hospital. (AP)
Technician to plead guilty
in hepatitis C outbreak
US teen on her kidnapper:
He deserved to die
Spain's ruling party Partido Popular's (PP) General Secretary Maria Dolores de
Cospedal, centre, leaves the High Court in Madrid, Spain, yesterday. Police have
kept protesters and supporters apart as de Cospedal, the secretary general of
Spain's ruling Popular Party, arrived in court to answer questions about a slush
fund allegedly run by the group over decades. AP PHOTO
SPAIN SLUSH FUND
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