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McDonald

Sir Trevor. born 1939, British television journalist, born in Trinidad; presenter of ITV's News at Ten (1990--99)
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McDonald said he reacted in self-defense to a threat that the two men posed to him and his son.
Any parent that sees their child attacked, even if they are 20 or 50, they react,'' McDonald said.
Prosecutors would not comment on the case outside court, but police have questioned whether McDonald could have known that his son was injured.
During the trial, Mark McDonald testified that he and his father were fired upon first by some unknown person before his father fired back.
He testified that the two men were confronted by Mark McDonald, scuffled with him, then fled to a getaway car when he heard shots ring out behind him.
The night of the shooting, McDonald did not flee before police arrived to investigate Lemus' killing, but instead tried to explain what happened.
Ronald McDonald House Charities, a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) corporation, creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and well being of children.
The event will take place in the playroom of the newly expanded Ronald McDonald House located at 5130 -- 40th Avenue NE.
Finally, celebrity figures such as Brooke Shields and Yao Ming will be lending their support as RMHC ambassadors by visiting various local Ronald McDonald Houses(R) or giving a hand to the eBay auction.
Ronald McDonald House Charities was established more than 20 years ago in honor of our founder Ray Kroc because he believed that McDonald's had a responsibility to give back to the community," said Charlie Bell, McDonald's CEO.
The Seattle Ronald McDonald House provides a "home away from home" for families with seriously ill children who are being treated at Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center.
Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), a non-profit 501(c)3, creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children.

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