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Ha mnmm niiiimigiamiaiaimamniu mmlmlIw IBHm / 4B Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter ml Sam Williams According to an e-mail up- share it with all," Lorina harder as the holidays ap- release; but she expected this cause with the hope that News Editor date from his mother, wrote. "For us it will all truly preach." more help froln the United as the interest grows someone swilliams@lassenrtews.com "Nicholas called at 12:30 a.m. be over when we see his face. A UAE court released States government, will find an answer or connec- Pacific Standard Time to say But for now that seems a Moody, who served wfth the"Everyone we've been intion or contact with some in- Great news for the friends, the news is good, his case has whole lot closer now." Nevada Army National Guard contact with says that the fluence in this matter ... We family and supporters of been dismissed. He is free to Without any explanation, a in both Iraq and Afghanistan, State Department and the would like to believe that Nicholas Moody, a Lassen leave the country as soon as court in the UAE continued on bail from A1 Wathba (American) Embassy are there is more activity than we High School graduate arrested his paperwork is in order. Moody's Monday, Dec. 6 trial prison Wednesday, Dec. 1. there to assist, but even with have heard of, but again, Sept. 29 for allegedly carrying That will likely take a couple for one week to Monday, Dec. The UAE government holdsofficials making inquiries to there is no way to tell so far contraband at the Abu Dhabi days," 13. Moody faced a fine, impris- Moody's passport, and he did those offices, there still seems and no promises made." airport in the United Arab Despite the dismissal of the onment and/or deportationnot post any money as bail. -to be no relief," Lorina wrote Last week, Lorina hoped Emirates while returning the charges against her son, Lori- for possession of contraband Lorina said in the UAE being on the Facebook page abouther son could be home for the United States after working na continues to wait until her items, out on bail means a person is her son. "Our choices are lim- holidays, but she had no idea for a private security firm in son is back home in Su- "We have no clue why the released without their pass- ited as well, but while we wait how long the issue would drag Iraq -- his mother Lorina sanville before she accepts the trial was postponed," Lorina port. we can continue.to question on in the UAE courts and her Moody reports the charges family's ordealis over. said last week. "We'll just Last week, Lorina soughtand request assistance. Weson might be stranded over against her son have been "We are very happy to hear .have to wait. We want him support from anyone who can engage more people in the holidays. dismissed, this news and ever so glad to home. It's really hard -- even could help secure her son's and SSI cases at all levels of appeal NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS DISABILITY Judy Johnson of Greenville was killed late Friday afternoon when her older model van struck an enormous boulder that fell onto Highway 70 near Rock Creek Reservoir. One-way traffic was in effect until mid-morning Sunday. Caltrans crews worked through the night Friday and blasted the rock twice Saturday. Crews also cleared other rocks and pulled loose rock off the bank above the roadway. The roadway itself and a drainage ditch also required repair. 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