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The hottest temperature recorded and accepted as valid by the meteorological community is the 134 degrees in Death Valley, Calif. recorded July 10 1913 But that record is under suspicion as none of the nearby weather stations recorded extraordinarily hot weather that day If the 134-degree record is disallowed the world record will become 129 degrees which has been recorded at Death Valley on three separate occasions On Thursday the city of Ahvaz Iran recorded 129 degrees If the Ahvaz temperature passes muster and the 134 reading from Death Valley is dropped there will be at least two places tied for having the world’s hottest recorded temperatures"All she was there to do was help and she ended up in the back of the squad in handcuffs" said Zorislav Leyderman Jones’ attorneyJones filed a federal lawsuit against the city of St Paul and the officers involved The St Paul City Council is due to vote Wednesday April 26 on a $23500 settlement to JonesThe city denies Jones’ allegations and says it is not liable according to the settlement agreement But St Paul officials agreed to settle because it "determined that the cost and risks of continuing to litigate the case outweighed the cost of settling it" said St Paul City Attorney Samuel ClarkSt Paul is already over its budget for legal settlements for the year after agreeing to a record $2 million earlier this month for a man who sued over being bit by a St Paul police dog and kicked by an officer The city’s finance director said there is enough in the general fund to cover the differenceJones of St Paul said her lawsuit was never about the money She said she would not have filed it if she received an apology from the police department and assurance that the officer would be disciplined"What I’ve known my whole life is that police work with EMTs and firefighters and we have each other’s back and treat each other with respect" Jones said "This was a betrayal"A man bleeding in the roadJones was driving home from a physical therapy appointment on the afternoon of Oct 9 2013 when she saw a man dripping blood on Thomas Avenue a few blocks from Marion StreetThe man told Jones his girlfriend had stabbed him in the neck Jones who said she spent 20 years as a paramedic in Kentucky Georgia and California told the man she was a former paramedic and asked if she could help according to her lawsuit Jones noticed he had a severe cut on his elbow but no stab wounds on his neckWhen St Paul officer Armando Abla-Reyes arrived Jones said she told him what she knew of the man’s injuries Jones who wasn’t wearing protective gloves said she had accidentally touched a blood-soaked area of the man’s shirt and she saw Abla-Reyes was about to do the same The officer also wasn’t wearing gloves and Jones said she didn’t want him potentially exposed to an infectious disease "I told him ‘Watch it’ and put my hand out" said Jones adding that she didn’t touch the officer Jones said in her lawsuit that Abla-Reyes responded by swinging his arm and hitting her in the chest causing her to stumble backward Jones who had a ruptured ankle tendon was wearing an ortho-boot at the timeAbla-Reyes declined to comment to the Pioneer PressThe officers named in Jones’ lawsuit including Abla-Reyes asked US District Judge Donovan Frank to dismiss the suit Frank ruled in November that some aspects of the lawsuit could move forward while parts should be thrown out including the suit’s assertion that Abla-Reyes used excessive force when he struck Jones in the chest"When Officer Abla-Reyes first reached the scene . (he) did not know what had transpired who Jones was the extent of (the man’s) injuries or whether the scene was secure" Frank wroteHandcuffed in a squad carAfter Jones’ initial encounter with Abla-Reyes she said she told him she wanted to file a complaint with a supervisor and walked away She said she used her cellphone to start filming from about 20 to 30 feet away so she could later identify the officer for a complaintAbout a minute later Jones said Abla-Reyes approached and asked for her name and birthdate which she provided him He then twisted her hands behind her back and handcuffed her telling her to get in a squad car according to the lawsuitJones said she told Abla-Reyes that she had an insulin pump and ortho-boot and couldn’t fully get into the squad After he detained her for about 15 minutes Abla-Reyes released Jones with a citation which was later dismissedIn Frank’s November ruling the judge said he would allow to proceed both Jones’ claims about her arrest and Abla-Reyes’ force during itThe city argued that the officer had probable cause to arrest Jones because when Abla-Reyes directed questions to the injured man she "interjected to answer" according to a summary in Frank’s order She also "physically interfered with Officer Abla-Reyes by placing her arm in front of him when he was trying to reach" the man the summary continuedFrank wrote that if a jury believed Jones’ version it "could find that Officer Abla-Reyes lacked arguable probable cause to arrest On the other hand should the jury believe (the officers’) version of the facts then Officer Abla-Reyes will likely prevail on this claim"The judge urged both sides to reach a settlementJones said she decided not to file an internal affairs complaint against Abla-Reyes because she didn’t think anything would come of itJones’ attorney Leyderman wrote in a court filing last year that Abla-Reyes’ conduct with Jones was similar to another case Andrew Henderson who frequently films police was videotaping officers behind St Paul police headquarters in 2015 when Abla-Reyes detained Henderson and told him the sidewalk was private property Leyderman pointed outAbla-Reyes who has been a St Paul officer since 1995 is not currently a patrol officer He works in the police department’s community engagement unit handling permit and event planningMara H Gottfried can be reached at 651-228-5262 and [email protected] or on Twitter at @MaraGottfriedThe Pioneer Press is a Forum News Service media partnerOver the years.

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