Governor Wolf Encourages Employers, Individuals to Participate in Moment of Silence for Pittsburgh Shooting Victims November 08, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Hate Crime, Press Release, PSA, Public Safety Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf is encouraging employers and individuals across the commonwealth to participate in one minute of silence at noon on Friday to call for peace and to honor the 11 victims of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.“As you take a moment to remember the 11 victims of this heinous crime, I ask that you also reflect on our common humanity,” said Gov. Wolf. “We must never forget this tragic event as we begin moving forward and continue working toward a more peaceful society. I encourage all Pennsylvania employers and individuals to join people worldwide in standing against hate and remembering those who lost their lives.”Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto will lead the worldwide moment of silence during a public event at noon Friday in Point State Park. Gov. Wolf asks citizens throughout Pennsylvania to cease activities and observe the minute from wherever they may be at noon Friday.
Despite the hold up, Mourinho’s announcement is expected imminently, although these delays could potentially carry into Euro 2016, and affect Mourinho’s transfer dealings.Van Gaal’s exit was formally announced earlier this week, confirming what many believed to be a long-held formality. The Dutchman was sacked despite winning the FA Cup last weekend, as United beat Crystal Palace after extra time.Assistant manager Ryan Giggs is reportedly set to exit the club, ending his long affiliation with United, amid reports that he is unsatisfied that he was not offered the manager’s role himself.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Jose Mourinho’s move to Manchester United is being held up due to complications over image rights, according to top sports lawyer Jake Cohen.Cohen announced on his Twitter feed yesterday morning that Mourinho’s entrance at Old Trafford as Louis Van Gaal’s replacement may not be as smooth as some United fans would hope – even though the issues aren’t believed to be serious enough to scupper the deal completely.He revealed that a delay has occurred due to the fact that former club Chelsea still own the trademark for the Portuguese boss’ real name, adding that his image rights are worth millions and that he was ill-advised during his time in London.
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