- Counseling Was Ordered for Soldier in Iraq Shooting - New York Times
- Now, just weeks from finishing his third tour in Iraq, Sgt. John M. Russell was in trouble with his commanding officer, who ordered him to turn in his gun and receive psychological counseling. John Michael Russell and Wilburn Russell, the son and the...
- Two healers, 4 who needed healing - Philadelphia Inquirer
- Officials say Sgt. John M. Russell, who was nearing the end of his third tour in Iraq, was angry at the military when he walked into the combat-stress clinic at Camp Liberty on Monday and opened fire. Killed were Springle, 52, a Navy commander from...
- Names released of Iraq army vet Sgt. John Russell's alleged ... - New York Daily News
- Russell is accused of killing five fellow soldiers in Iraq. A soldier from New Jersey has been identified as among the five victims shot by a stressed-out soldier in Baghdad earlier this week. Bueno-Galdos was killed by 44-year-old Sgt. John Russell,...
- ST. JOHN, Russell Gilbert - San Francisco Chronicle
- Russell Gilbert St. John Dec 16, 1921 - May 2, 2009 Died at home in San Diego of natural causes. St. John was raised in La Jolla, graduating with honors in 1939 from La Jolla High School. His service in the Navy as a pharmacist's mate in World War II...
- Names of military shooting victim released - United Press International
- Army Sgt. John M. Russell, 44, of Sherman, Texas, is in military police custody at Victory Base Complex in Baghdad, charged with the five deaths and a count of aggravated assault, the Defense Department said. Russell allegedly used another soldier's...
- Young Bucs catchers filling in just fine - MLB.com
- "He puts the ball in play and has gotten some big hits for us," Pirates manager John Russell said. "If there's a guy who's swinging well, we've got to try to utilize him." Jaramillo, 26, has gone 12-for-43 for a .279 average with seven doubles and five...
- Ohlendorf on top as Bucs bash Cards - MLB.com
- "Each start, he's getting a little better," Pirates manager John Russell said. "Again, he's still young in his approach as a Major League starter, because he hasn't started that many games, but he continues to make improvements each start....
- Family of Solider Killed at Camp Liberty Talks About Stress in Iraq - ABC News
- Investigators try to learn what set Sgt. John Michael Russell off. "On the conversation with my wife on Mother's Day, he said that he had met a sergeant, that he was, in his words, he was a very nice guy, he could deal with him, but he had some major...
- Pirates notebook: Wilson returns to lineup - The Tribune-Democrat
- “Jack's our shortstop and it's always good to have your starting shortstop in the lineup,” Pirates manager John Russell said. Bixler looked overwhelmed while hitting .200 with two RBIs in eight games. Bixler, who made his major-league debut last season...
John Russell (New York)
John Russell (September 7, 1772 - August 2, 1842) was a United States Representative from New York. Born in Branford, Connecticut, he attended the public school, moved to New York State, studied medicine, and practiced a short time in Cooperstown, New York. He was county clerk of Otsego County from 1801 to 1804, and was elected as a Democratic-Republican to the Ninth and Tenth Congresses, holding office from March 4, 1805 to March 3, 1809. He was a presidential elector on the DeWitt Clinton ticket in 1812. He engaged in mercantile pursuits and died in Cooperstown in 1842. His interment was located at its Christ Episcopal Churchyard.
John Russell (art critic)
John Russell CBE (22 January 1919 – 23 August 2008) was a British American art critic.
John Russell was born in Fleet, Hampshire, England, in 1919. He attended St Paul's School and then Magdalen College, Oxford.
He was an unpaid intern at the Tate Gallery in 1940, but moved to the country after the gallery was bombed. During World War II he worked in Naval Intelligence for the Admiralty. There he met Ian Fleming, who helped to secure Russell a reviewing position at The Sunday Times. Russell succeeded a fired critic at The Sunday Times in 1950.
Art critic Hilton Kramer of the New York Times hired Russell in 1974. Russell was chief art critic there from 1982 to 1990.
John Russell (Florida politician)
John Russell (born February 11, 1956) is an American politician from Florida, the 2008 Democratic nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida's 5th congressional_district. He is running against the Republican incumbent Virginia Brown-Waite, to whom he lost in 2006.
Russell was born in Buffalo, New York. He is a businessman and acute care nurse practitioner who resides in Dade City, Florida, in the Tampa Bay area. He holds degrees from D'Youville College School of Nursing (BSN), Niagara University, SUNY Buffalo (MBA in Health Systems Management), and the University of South Florida School of Nursing (MSN).
In 2004 he sought the Democratic nomination to oppose Brown-Waite, but finished second in a four-person primary. He then became a regional coordinator for Betty Castor's 2004 campaign for United States Senate.
On September 5, 2006, Russell won a three-way Democratic primary. He attributed his victory to his willingness to confront the powerful, saying, "Democrats are sick of people who just go along and get along," although one of his opponents in the primary called him a "pit bull" for his aggressive style.
One issue raised by Russell was Social Security. The district has one of the highest concentration of retirees in the country. Russell is opposed to any privatization of Social Security, something that has been proposed several times by the Bush Administration.
Russell said he has opposed the war in Iraq since its inception, and now believes the U.S. needs to set a deadline for withdrawing troops.
Russell received 40.1% of the vote, to Brown-Waite's 59.9%. Brown-Waite had won by a 32% margin in 2004.
John Russell (screenwriter)
John Russell (born 1885, Davenport, Iowa, died 6 March 1956, Santa Monica, CA) was an author and screenwriter.
John Russell (bishop)
John Russell (died 30 December 1494) was an English Bishop of Rochester and bishop of Lincoln and Lord Chancellor.
He was admitted to Winchester College in 1443, and in 1449 went to Oxford as Fellow of New College. He resigned his fellowship in 1462, and appears to have entered the royal service.
In April 1467 and January 1468 he was employed on diplomatic missions for Edward IV of England to Charles the Bold, at Bruges. He was there again in February 1470 as one of the envoys to invest Charles with the Order of the Garter: the Latin speech which Russell delivered on this last occasion was one of William Caxton's earliest publications, probably printed for him at Bruges by Colard Mansion.
In May 1474 he was promoted to be keeper of the privy seal, and retained his office even after his consecration as bishop of Rochester on 22 September 1476, and translation to the post of bishop of Lincoln on 7 July 1480.
As a trusted minister of Edward IV, he was one of the executors of the king's will; but on 13 May 1483 he accepted the office of chancellor in the interest of Richard of Gloucester, apparently with great reluctance. He retained the great seal until 29 July 1485.
Russell was above all things an official, and was sometimes employed by Henry VII in public affairs. But his last years were occupied chiefly with the business of his diocese, and of the university of Oxford, of which he had been elected chancellor in 1483. He died at Nettleham, and was buried at Lincoln Cathedral.
Sir Thomas More calls Russell "a wise manne and a good, and of much experience, and one of the best-learned men, undoubtedly, that England had in hys time." Two English speeches composed by Russell, for the intended parliament of Edward V, and the first parliament of Richard III, are printed in Nichols's Grants of Edward V. Some other writings remain in manuscript.
For contemporary notices see especially More's Life of Richard III, the Continuation of the Croyland Chronicle, ap. Freeman Scriptores, and Bentley's Excerpta Historica, pp. 16-17.