Yuh is the first woman to solely direct an animated feature from a major Hollywood studio. The film proved to be one of the most financially successful films directed by a woman. Yuh was born in in South Korea and immigrated to the United States with her parents and two sisters when she was 4 years old.
A woman has been jailed for five years after a sawn-off shotgun was found by officers in her bedroom wardrobe. Tahira Nelson-Warburton, 27, of Strathdon Drive, Wandsworth was sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm and ammunition with intent to cause fear or violence. During a further search of the bedroom, officers found a makeup bag in a chest of drawers which contained more ammunition.
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Snopes needs your help! Learn more. Inthe skeletal remains of Joyce Carol Vincent were found in her home, with the television on, years after her death. Notwithstanding the somewhat crass imagery used in the meme, this was unfortunately a largely accurate description of the tragic circumstances surrounding the death of Joyce Carol Vincent, who did indeed remain undiscovered at home for around two years, dying around December
At the end of each day, the elephants at Elephant Nature Park are brought down to the river for their last bath before their dinner and bedtime. I met the herd at the river and followed them home, filming all the way. Even though they are wet, elephants immediately throw dirt on their backs.
A woman from the Philippines is suing a California couple who allegedly lured her into coming to the United States with promises of a well-paying job and a green card — only to force her into involuntary servitude for nearly three years. Once Bergado arrived in April of that year, Marlon Velonza allegedly confiscated her passport, the lawsuit said. What followed was an almost three-year ordeal that involved Bergado doing house work for the Velonzas, who allegedly withheld most of her wages, according to the complaint.
As a sickening gang of 17 men and one woman was convicted over the sexual abuse more than girls some as young as 13 it emerged that many experts believe the horrific list of convictions to be merely the tip of the iceberg. One former Crown Prosecution Service chief Lord Macdonald of River Glaven admitted that in the past investigations had been hampered by police fears of appearing racist. And shadow women and equalities secretary Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham, claimed Asian grooming gangs had been allowed to thrive because people were "more afraid to be called a racist than they are afraid to be wrong about calling out child abuse".
During the school run at St Paul's Church of England primary in Nelson, east Lancashire, some intelligent, white, middle-class mothers were discussing how an Asian woman had arrived at a recent school fund-raiser in national dress. The woman, mother to one of only five Asians at the school, turned a few heads, said Helen Hodkinson, who had just installed her four-year-old son, Alex, at his desk. She might have been better blending in with something less garish. Mrs Hodkinson has found few Asians as unpalatable as those aggressive whites who occasionally roll in at the surgery where she works, but she says the Asians do tend to "just turn up at school events and not play a part".
Mum uses keyring rescue tool to free herself and two sons from crashed car, after it landed upside down in a stream. Sean McKinnon's "devastated" family say they're focused on supporting his fiancee. Hundreds of protesters and their dogs marched through Auckland CBD declaring "Animals are with us, not for us!