ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)Arlington (Tex.) Mansfield Timberview four-star cornerback Jalen Kimber has been busy over the last month,https://thespun.com/college-football/4-star-cb-jalen-…llege-commitment visiting a multitude of programs. He chose one this morning.Kimber announced his commitment to Georgia on Twitter moments ago. He unofficially visited the Bulldogs late last month and is slated to visit them officially this coming weekend.Kimber picked Georgia over Oklahoma, SMU, Georgia Tech, Florida, Alabama, Clemson, Auburn, Notre Dame and South Carolina. He visited all of those programs in the last six weeks.“Today I am committing to the UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA. I respectfully ask for some time to enjoy this moment with my family, friends, teammates and coaches,” Kimber wrote in his announcement tweet.#CommitToTheG 🐶 pic.twitter.com/zlbRZv8gvP— JALEN KIMBER (@J_BOOGIE_5) April 17, 2019Kimber is the 16th-ranked cornerback and the No. 32 prospect in Texas in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.He is the sixth commitment for Georgia in the 2020 cycle. Five of those pledges are four-star recruits, while offensive tackle Broderick Jones is a five-star.You can view Georgia’s full recruiting class here.
In the email sent to Clinton by Burns Strider, he says people on the ground both with the World Bank and the IMF believed the LTTE need to be completely defeated and any collateral damage inflicted on private people by Mahinda Rajapaksa’s Government in the process was ok. The email showed that Clinton had written to her then Deputy Chief of Staff Jake Sullivan, and sought clarification on an email sent to her by Burns Strider, a onetime Senior Advisor and Director of Faith and Values Outreach to Clinton, with regards to Sri Lanka. Other 2009 emails related to Sri Lanka include statements on Sri Lanka she had approved and requests for telephone conversations with Canada to discuss the situation in Sri Lanka and also for a telephone conversation with then President Mahinda Rajapaksa. (Colombo Gazette) Emails of former US Secretary of State and 2016 Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, placed on the public domain last week by the US State Department, have revealed some of the correspondence she had on Sri Lanka in 2009 during the critical stage of the war.In one such email, Clinton was told that the IMF had, during the final stages of the war, slammed her in a conversation the IMF had with Timothy Franz Geithner, the then United States Secretary of the Treasury, for ordering the IMF to suspend funding to Sri Lanka.