Murder

23 Mar 19
Aletho News

Speech by Hezbollah Secretary General, Sayed Hassan Nasrallah, on March 8, 2019, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Foundation to Support the Islamic Resistance. Transcript: […] The US sanctions and financial siege that we currently experience, along with being added to the list of terrorist organizations, and lately, the British decision to […]

23 Mar 19
Minnie Moments

The beginning of Making A Murder is boring but nearing the end into season two things get interesting. I believe both Steven Avery and Brenden Dassey are both completely innocent. This whole murder case was framed around Mr. Avery because of his lawsuit against Manitowoc county police department and the fact that he was exonerated when clearly somebody of […]

23 Mar 19
Xianxianovels

Read faster releases on Patron!   Almost at the first patreon goal of 7 release a week.   Yang Xi’s face became very ugly. He always thought that he could control Yang Chen and did not hesitate to put up this posture to anger Yang Chen. It was also because he thought that Yang Chen would […]

23 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Despite her California-blonde looks, Whitney was actually born in St. Louis, Missouri, but soon after she and her family moved to Minnesota. After spending her early childhood years there, they relocated again; this time to Manhattan Beach, California, where her career was launched when she was cast as Fred Willard’s daughter in the role of […]

23 Mar 19
Ashbroyale

New Zealand falls silent for Christchurch victims | DW News SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : Thousands of New Zealanders have attended a Muslim call to prayer in Christchurch, marking one week since a gunman killed 50 people in a terror attack on two mosques in the city. The prayers were held at a park opposite the Al […]

23 Mar 19
Davis Enterprise

WOODLAND — For the second time this week in a Yolo County courtroom, Stefon Clifford Ceaser’s arraignment hearing was delayed. The accused killer of a Woodland man appeared in court on Friday, a week after he allegedly shot 23-year-old Anthony “Shrimp” Bosser near the intersection of West and Beamer streets following what’s been described as […]

23 Mar 19
The Biblio Blonde

  It’s been a good Friday!  I’ve spent the afternoon finishing a good book (more on that in a minute), watching a little basketball, and flinging open some windows to the beautiful day outside. Then I decided to spend some time looking through my blog, considering some changes and contemplating my posts for the coming […]

23 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Andrea Deck From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Andrea Deck Born (1994-02-05) February 5, 1994 (age 25) Grosse Pointe, Michigan, U.S. Education BA (Hons) in Classical Acting for the Professional Theatre Alma mater London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art Occupation Actor Years active 2011–present Spouse(s) Ben Cura (m. 2013; div. 2015) Andrea Deck (born February 5, 1994) is an American […]

23 Mar 19
KFOR.com

CANADIAN CO., Okla. – The Canadian County Sheriff’s Department and the Hinton Police Department have arrested and detained a man who is suspected of shooting and killing a Hinton woman Thursday evening. Sometime between 7 and 8 p.m. on Thursday, Ramon Hector Martine Ontiveros, 33, shot and killed Paige Gomer, a 28-year-old woman from Hinton, […]

23 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
COPS are probing a suspected murder-suicide bid after a flat was ripped apart by a gas blast. Neighbours said a woman, 30, was rescued from the second-floor apartment amid claims she had been locked in during a domestic bust-up. Cops at scene of gas explosion A man of 26 was left fighting for his life with horror burns from yesterday’s blast in Govan, Glasgow. Police are understood to be following a definite line of inquiry. Superintendent Craig Smith said: “The explosion was as a result of a deliberate act within the flat.” Forensics teams probe explosion scene Mercy crews were scrambled shortly after 7am. The huge blast blew out windows, showering the street with broken glass. Man fighting for life with severe burns and woman hurt after ‘murder bid’ gas explosion One resident said: “There was an almighty bang and the whole building shook. We all could have been killed.” Another added: “The girl was screaming for help, saying there was a fire stopping her getting out. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “She sounded terrified. The guy didn’t make a sound.” The woman, who fled on a ladder, was taken to hospital but later released. Cops said the injured man was in a “critical condition”. A total of 23 residents were evacuated. They were allowed home last night. [bc_video video_id=”6010646943001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Glasgow Uni evacuated as suspicious package found 24hrs after London scare”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200  
23 Mar 19
The Basmati House Review

One of the good things about getting older is being able to look back and see things from the past with a little more clarity than I did the first time around. I think this is often how we learn things in life. I suppose it’s similar to the difference between walking around in the […]

23 Mar 19
LofZOdyssey - Anime Reviews

Pre-Blog Month 3 – Post 7 of 9 Season One / Season Two Original Run:  March 13, 2005 – September 22, 2005 / August 11, 2007 – November 2007 Season One / Season Two Number of Episodes: 4 / 2 Genre: Comedy, Supernatural Based on the Series Created By: Masaki Okayu and Torishimo ***Warning, the following may contain […]

23 Mar 19
THE YAG RAG

BY CARLY WEBER Greetings and salutations, delegates! My name is Carly Weber, acting Editor in Chief for the 2018-2019 Youth and Government Conference. I am beyond thrilled to be here this weekend; YAG will always hold a special place in my heart. Now, I know what some of you may be thinking. “What even is […]

23 Mar 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Another mass shooting has gripped world attention. Fifty Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, were brutally gunned down in two mosques by a single gunman armed with an arsenal of legally purchased semi-automatic weapons. In a sick modern twist, the alleged killer, 28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant, livestreamed his rampage on Facebook. The killer, arrested apparently unharmed, published a manifesto online before his murder spree in which he defined himself in rambling prose as a committed white supremacist. He said he was a supporter of President Donald Trump as “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose,” and condemned nonwhite immigrants, using the words “invaders” and “invasion” over 80 times. On the same day of the attack, Trump issued the first veto of his administration, overturning Congress’ rejection of the national emergency declaration he is using to unilaterally fund his border wall. At the signing, Trump, like the Christchurch shooter, also used the word “invasion.” Trump said, “It’s an invasion of drugs and criminals and people.” He added, “And in many cases, they’re stone cold criminals … you have killers coming in and murderers coming in.” Trump did call New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to express condolences. Ardern said of the call: “He asked what offer of support the United States could provide. My message was sympathy and love for all Muslim communities.” Her pointed reply was clear. That day, when addressing her nation in response to the massacre, Ardern, at 38 the youngest female head of state, said: “Many of those who will have been directly affected by this shooting may be migrants to New Zealand, they may even be refugees here. They have chosen to make New Zealand their home, and it is their home. They are us. The person who has perpetuated this violence against us is not. They have no place in New Zealand.” Contrast her remarks with those made by Trump after the white supremacist/neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017, where anti-racist activist Heather Heyer was killed and scores were injured. Trump said to reporters, several days later, “You also had people that were very fine people on both sides.” On Friday, Prime Minister Ardern immediately called the white supremacist attack, terrorism. “We are a nation of 200 ethnicities, 160 languages,” Ardern said. “We open our doors to others and say, ‘Welcome.’” She went on: “We wish for every member of our communities to also feel safe. Safety means being free from the fear of violence. But it also means being free from the fear of those sentiments of racism and hate that create a place where violence can flourish. And every single one of us has the power to change that.” The weekend following the Christchurch mass shooting, Trump tweeted over 20 times, never mentioning the massacre again, but rather attacking everyone from the late Sen. John McCain to his own favorite network, the Fox News Channel. Trump was upset that Fox had suspended program host Jeanine Pirro after Pirro attacked Minnesota Congressmember Ilhan Omar for wearing a hijab. She is the first member of Congress to wear one. Khaled Beydoun is the author of “American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear.” He said on the “Democracy Now!” news hour, “This kind of rhetoric that we see from white supremacists at the very top, like President Trump, whether it be words like ‘Islam hates us,’ or using dog whistles like ‘invasion,’ this is emboldening terrorists like the terrorist in New Zealand, in Christchurch.” Beydoun wanted to redirect the media attention from the shooter to the victims. He began putting out names, photographs and personal details of some of the victims on Twitter. “These were individuals who led lives. They were young kids, 3 years old … Mucad Ibrahim. They were individuals who were as old as 72, somebody like [Haji-Daoud] Nabi, who was the first identified victim, standing at the door, who welcomed in the terrorist into the mosque,” he said on “Democracy Now!” “I tried as much as possible to really put a face on who these people were, illustrating stories that showed that these people were far more than just statistics.” As Prime Minister Ardern went out to comfort the mourners, she wore a hijab. She also promised swift action to change the nation’s gun laws. As New Zealand mourns, she strives to place the focus on the 50 victims, on their names, on their lives. Speaking in the New Zealand Parliament Tuesday, she said of the shooter, “You will never hear me speak his name.” She opened her remarks, “As-salamu alaykum. Peace be upon you, and peace be upon all of us.”
23 Mar 19
Interactive Narrative Media 2019

1.Define Hudson’s ideas of “Disparate Agency” and “Unified Agency” and give an example for both. Hudson’s ideas of agency in a game revolves around what control of the story the player has versus what the character has. In more accurate terms, Disparate Agency is where the player’s agency is a ‘subset of the character’s agency’, […]

23 Mar 19
WGEH

DOWNTOWN JOHANNESBURG puts a bounce in your step. Streets bustle with noisy fruit-sellers and minibus drivers seeking custom. But South Africa’s commercial capital can also put a knot of fear in your stomach. Jozi, as locals call it, is notorious for muggings and armed robbery. Corporate offices bristle with impenetrable security and armies of guards. […]