Scissor Cuff Bracelet
I found a super good plan to make your own beautiful bracelets Brazilian: No need much equipment, just a pair of scissors and cotton yarn thick enough (little tip, if you do not wire cotton, you can take the wool). Here is link to the tutorial that I realized it is a Brazilian right wrist (the easiest) with wool: A good hobby for bracelets in his own unique taste! Read more. . . And his birthday was coming I thought it would be a good idea to make him the scissor cuff bracelet he . . Read more. How to switch from "Ptn has no cotton sister" a "My stomach hurts" in not even one second? # Cheloooou!. Yen that put Snap Pck tt Lomond is a ske leaves its ugly soon make their caps mettraa tt cotton pr follow fashion. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, under house arrest under surveillance in an apartment in New York, get used to wear an electronic scissor cuff bracelet on his ankle, equipped with a GPS, which 24 hours will the least of their movements. "It looks like the GPS you have in a car. A dot indicates the location of the person wearing the bracelet, "said Perry Smith, president of the ADAPT U. S. company that provides GPS systems. For example, when the person under surveillance "is the bedroom to the bathroom, you see the moving dots (. . . ). You can also set up precisely as you want: from several centimeters to several meters, "said Smith. Darryl Martin, head of G4S Justice Services, a leading country in the field of electronic surveillance devices, said the device can send the location of the person "in every minute to the control center. " If the device stops transmitting, the monitoring company or the authorities are alerted by email, SMS or phone call automatically. According to Martin, electronic bracelets weighing less than 500 grams and are designed to "pass unnoticed. " In the case of Strauss-Kahn, the monitoring company can "create a zone which can not go around his residence," the expert said. "If you leave that area trigger an alert," he said. The alert can be activated if the person tries to control or manipulate the device or get rid of it. "It can be easily cut with scissors the bracelet," said Martin. Strauss-Kahn on Saturday passed its first day of house arrest in an apartment in New York after paying a million dollar bail, no right to any output except for medical reasons. The former head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was transferred Friday afternoon from Rikers Island prison to a luxurious house in the street número71 Broadway, near Wall Street and Ground Zero. The historic Trinity Church is next door and the famous store Century 21 is a few steps. Accused of attempted rape and sexual assault of a hotel employee in New York on 14 May, Strauss-Kahn was the release in exchange for strict conditions, including the bail of one million dollars in cash and five million in guarantees. The residents of the building, which has pool and gym, were surprised and disturbed by the arrival of Strauss-Kahn, who had spent four nights at Rikers Island humiliating. "I do not like it, I'm a bit afraid," said Gemma Harding, a woman living in the area. But Strauss-Kahn, who gave all his travel documents to the judge, is subject to a maximum vigilance, captured by a video camera on a permanent basis, has an electronic ankle scissor cuff bracelet 24 hours and has armed guards at the door of his apartment. For now only allowed to leave for medical reasons, but may receive visits from family and friends. When taken to the residence to be "definitive" for the duration of the trial, Strauss-Khan will be entitled to attend court hearings, meetings with lawyers, doctor visits and the synagogue. The next hearing in the Court of Assizes in New York will take place on June 6 and she will plead not guilty to the charges against him, has refused so far. . . .