Now, I'm not going to go as far as say the cops shot the kid in the first and obviously not in the second. However, just popped out at me when I saw this headline today and recalled a similar event happening recently.Texas teen removed from a Houston-area high school Wednesday after threatening self-harm shot himself in the head while handcuffed in the back of a moving police car, according to news reports.
Constable deputies had searched the North Shore student, but he somehow retrieved a "hidden gun" and shot himself in the back of the head, said a spokesman for the Galena Park Independent School District, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Yes, all crimes should carry the death sentence. That would take care of recidivism!Here's some background info on the woman killed at the end of the 20 minute pursuit through Cleveland. She was such a stand up citizen, HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN TO HER SHE WAS A GOOD PERSON?!
Fuck with the bull you get the horns. Something her "mama" evidently didn't teach her well enough growing up. Not her "mama" fault though I'm sure there was probably a lack of time, between abortions, visits to planned parenthood, juvenile arrests and all that very time consuming stuff.Yes, all crimes should carry the death sentence. That would take care of recidivism!
All of Will Ferrel's movies run together in my opinion, but I have a lot of friends that will vehemently contest that. I'm all like, "Meh".It's too bad the theme of the opening scenes end at the end of the opening scenes. The rest of Mark Whaleberg and Will Ferrel trying to do Stepbrothers in uniform. Only good thing is the exposition of bank fraud at the end, lol
That's a really good argument for killing the bull.Fuck with the bull you get the horns. Something her "mama" evidently didn't teach her well enough growing up. Not her "mama" fault though I'm sure there was probably a lack of time, between abortions, visits to planned parenthood, juvenile arrests and all that very time consuming stuff.
Three former high-ranking Quebec police officers are the subjects of an investigation into allegations of criminal activity.
The investigation involves former Quebec provincial police director Richard Desch?nes, as well as Jean Audette and Steven Chabot, who were responsible for criminal investigations for the S?ret? du Qu?bec.
Chabot is retired, but Desch?nes and Audette were both relieved of their duties when provincial police head Mario Laprise alerted Public Security Minister St?phane Bergeron.
Bergeron told a news conference Wednesday that the allegations came to light when Laprise was doing a routine check of the accounting books, and discovered some unaccounted for money.
According to the minister, the money was in a fund set up to discreetly pay police informants or cover the cost of drugs in undercover operations.
He said a high-ranking officer authorized the use of money from that fund to pay someone's retirement bonus. Bergeron would not name the individual who benefited from the alleged bonus.
Furlong, former sniper with the 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, was lauded an international hero for making the longest-ever confirmed sniper kill in combat, at 2,430 metres in Afghanistan during Operation Anaconda in 2002 - a record since surpassed.
^When you make a kill at 2.4km it should be legal for you to urinate on people.