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New FBI Leader Coal Miner's Son, Rutgers Basketball Coach, Autistic Man Dies in Fire
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/03/13 7:32 am | updated: 04/03/13 7:32 am
 
Philadelphia's new top FBI agent is a coal miner's son from Wilkes Barre. When Ed Hanko was 12, his father took him deep into the dark mines below the earth and when they resurfaced, his father said, "Stay in school. Get a better job than me." Ed Hanko will oversee the eighth largest FBI division with 500 employees and agents covering half of PA and part of South Jersey.

The ESPN show, Outside the Lines featured video of Rutgers Men’s Basketball coach Mike Rice berating players during practices. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was disturbed by the video showing the coach throwing balls at players, grabbing them and using racial slurs. Rutgers officials were given the video by a former employee in November and suspended Rice for three games, fined him and sent him to anger management.



A young man with autism has died after he ran back into his burning home in Philadelphia’s East Oak Lane section last night. When firefighters arrived on the scene, family members told them the 22 year old victim panicked outside the house and ran back inside. The house was fully engulfed in flames and rescuers could not reach him.

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