Michael Zehaf-Bibeau reportedly had a history of drug use, a criminal record, and had been asked to leave the mosque where he prayed after acting “erratic.”
When police raided a suburban Georgia home, looking for drugs and weapons, a stun grenade would leave a 19-month-old fighting for his life and his family facing more than $1 million in medical debt. The story of Baby Bou Bou and the commando cops. [Warning: Graphic Images]
A grand jury in Georgia returned a decision not to indict the law enforcement officials involved in the raid that left 19-month-old Bounkham “Bou Bou” Phonesavanh’s face disfigured from a grenade explosion. The U.S. Attorney’s Office tells BuzzFeed News she will take up the investigation.
Hector Beltran-Leyva was wanted in both Mexico and the U.S. for trafficking drugs and weapons. DNA testing was conducted to confirm the capture.
“Depression doesn’t define me.”
The Times editorial board is calling on the federal government to “repeal prohibition, again.”
Since 1992, dozens of Mexican folk musicians have been executed in cold blood, mainly throughout the northern regions of Mexico.
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After nine years in a Balinese prison, Schapelle Corby is free. To be meme’d.
What you DO know is that coffee is the greatest thing that’s ever happened. What you DON’T know is lots of other stuff.
Who wants to look like an obese chipmunk with a mouth full of green, slobbery cancer? No wonder there’s a movement afoot in Yemen to end this rather off-putting practice.
How did police in Brazil identify this wanted drug trafficker? Painstaking detective work. Oh, and he was THE GUY WITH TWELVE FINGERS! Six digits on each hand, as seen in this photo. You might say (puts on sunglasses) he was fingered. YEAAAAAHHHHHH!!!
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