NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: An Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Former Ohio State RB Bri’Onte Dunn has been found not guilty on multiple counts of rape.On Friday afternoon, Dunn was acquitted on two charges of rape stemming from an alleged incident with a woman on August 20, 2017.Per 10TV.com, the woman said she and Dunn had dated that summer. But on the day in question, she testified that Dunn forced himself on her at her apartment.During the course of the trial, Dunn testified that she had performed explicit acts on him. He added that he had attempted to have sex with her, but was unable to perform.JUST IN: Former Ohio State running back Bri’onte Dunn found not guilty in rape trial https://t.co/X5mJk8NkEd #10TV pic.twitter.com/HcCKOdmlY6— 10TV.com (@10TV) October 19, 2018Per the report, Dunn’s accuser admitted to contacting him multiple times after his arrest – at one point as many as 27 times.Dunn was a backup RB for the Buckeyes for four seasons.In 2012, his freshman season, Dunn had 25 carries for 133 yards and two TDs.Dunn’s 2014 and 2015 seasons saw him used even less. He totaled just 25 touches over the two seasons, but was a part of the team’s National Championship run.He didn’t play in 2013.
zoom Dutch engineering company CargoFlexX has won an order to provide a new generation of multipurpose cargo handling systems for an anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel. The 66-meter shallow draft AHTS was designed by the Netherlands-based consulting company Offshore Ship Designers (OSD) and it is being built at an undisclosed Turkish shipyard. Its construction commenced in January this year.The system is capable of carrying dry as well as liquid cargoes in the same storage tanks. What is more, the changeover between the two cargo types can be done without entering the storage tank, according to the company.In addition, it is possible to minimize the workload as well to optimize the system, CargoFlexX explains.“The biggest challenge during the design of this particular system was the limited available space. As a result of the shallow draft design, the challenge was to create a system that needs to fit into a space of only 70% of the space normally available. Secondly, the system needed to be designed in such a way that entry of the storage tanks is not needed when switching from dry to liquid cargoes,” Sander Castel, CargoFlexX commercial director says.As stressed by Castel, these somewhat harsh times with low oil prices and global political instabilities “create a market that needs innovative high standards and high quality solutions. “