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  • Veasey told police she was high on crack cocaine and Thomas was using heroin just before “an argument erupted over the types of drugs each used,” according to court documents.

    She said Thomas stuck her in the palm with a syringe, sparking the fight, and then cut the back of Veasey’s hand with a razor.

    Veasey used a razor wrapped in tissue during the struggle and told detectives she blacked out during the fight, court documents show.

    Later, Veasey took off her shoes and put on a pair of Thomas’ shoes. She also pulled a pair of the victim’s sweatpants on over her own bloody pants.

  • As noted previously, candidate Barack Obama promised to protect whistleblowers who come forward with information disclosing government waste, abuse, and inefficiency. Unfortunately, President Obama has done exactly the opposite. Obama’s real policies are exposed in documents filed in the prosecution of former CIA agent James Stirling.
  • A Marion County judge has ruled, for the first time in Indiana, that news media outlets can be ordered by the court to reveal identifying information about posters to their online forums.
  • An alleged call to 911 requesting “something to eat” has prompted the arrest of two Kingsport residents — including a naked woman, who reportedly had to be dragged down a flight of stairs and pepper sprayed.

    According to reports from Kingsport police, early Thursday morning a male called central dispatch. Police say he wanted someone to bring him food.

    Shortly after 2 a.m. an officer responded to 600 Drake Avenue to speak with the caller. The resident, Terry A. Nunley, 35, allegedly answered the door, walked outside and told the officer, “I’m hungry and want a cheeseburger and fries.”

  • Alex talks about real heroes, not manufactured plastic heroes pushing carbon taxes.
  • A dentist faces losing his job after he was found guilty of professional misconduct for repeatedly breaking wind and offending patients and colleagues.
  • Burma has had three rulers in the past half-century, and all have been devotees of yadaya. General Ne Win, who ruled from 1962 to 1988, reportedly shot his own reflection in a mirror, on the advice of a fortune teller, to foil a foretold assassination attempt. His obsession with numerology led him to demonetize all bank notes in 1987 so that new notes could be printed — all divisible by his lucky number, 9. The move wiped out the savings of most Burmese and contributed to an uprising a year later. His successor, General Saw Muang, was replaced after erratic behavior that included a rambling, semi-coherent nationally televised speech brimming with references to magic and astrology. And Than Shwe, who replaced Saw Muang, is reported to have seven personal astrologers, several of whom are tasked with focusing solely on Suu Kyi, according to his biographer Ben Rogers.
  • The scam was recently revealed because he went to the police asking for help to rescue the woman, insisting that she had been kidnapped in London. The online “relationship” between the two began over two years ago, during which he wired about $200,000 to several different bank accounts in Nigeria, Malaysia, England, and the US. That’s all according to a police report cited by the Naperville Sun, which explained the nonexistence of the woman:

    An identification card the woman provided to the man was a sample driver’s license from Florida, the report said. According to the report, when the officer stated the female did not exist, the man “was in disbelief.” The case is under investigation.

  • An ingenious thief swiped almost a quarter million dollars on a flight in the Caribbean after sneaking into the cash-laden cargo hold via the toilet, police said Thursday.

    A Brink’s security employee placed three sacks of cash containing a total $1.65 million in the hold of the Air Antilles plane before it headed from the French island of Guadeloupe to the Franco-Dutch island of Saint Martin.

    The security guard took his seat on the ATR-42 turboprop plane but when the flight landed 40 minutes later it was discovered that $236,809 were missing from the sacks.

    Police are seeking a man who complained he felt ill and spent most of the journey in the toilet. In fact, he was removing panels to gain access to the hold in the rear of the plane.

  • Mazda is recalling about 52,000 Mazda6 sedans in the U.S., because yellow sac spiders like to build their nests in part of the fuel system.

    “A certain type of spider may weave a web in the evaporative canister vent line and this may cause a restriction of the line,” Mazda said in a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

    The evaporative canister vent line runs from a charcoal-filled canister that cleans air coming out of the gas tank. Blockage of the line can prevent air from getting into the gas tank as the gasoline is used, resulting in negative air pressure inside the tank. That can lead to a crack in the gas tank and the possibility of a fire.

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