>Chris Faulkner declared himself the “Frack Master” on TV and used his self-proclaimed prowess at hydraulic fracturing to woo hundreds of investors to hand over millions. It turns out the only thing they were investing in was Faulkner having a great time.
>Faulkner, a major donor to state-level Republicans, is being charged with disseminating false and misleading offering materials, misappropriating millions of dollars of investor funds and attempting to manipulate his company’s, Breitling Energy Corporation,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Shanika S. Minor Hunted by FBI Over Pregnant Woman's Milwaukee Murder
>The FBI is offering $100,000 for information that leads to the arrest of Shanika S. Minor, 24, of Wisconsin, who has not been seen since March.
>She is accused of killing her mother's 23-year-old pregnant neighbor, a former high school classmate. The victim was five days away from her due date. >Authorities allege that Minor heard from her mother that a neighbor had been playing loud music at an... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>54471 How is a duckfacing nigress that chimped out over loud music able to dodge the FBI? Do you seriously expect me to believe she hasn't used a credit card and hasn't used her phone since the murder?
Man Named Andrew Goodenough slashes a man's throat in the produce aisle, breaking bad style, then quietly slips out into the crowd where he is later caught by police.
"He brandished a folding box cutter knife in his hand, reported the Times Herald-Record, and without warning or struggle, he slit the victim’s throat.
Then as quietly as he came, the assailant disappeared, camouflaged amid the crowds of weekend shoppers. He remained there for 45 minutes, according to police, while medics rushed the unconscious, bleeding victim to a nearby hospital where... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A documentary intended as a portrayal of a happy family in North Korea has instead become a behind-the-scenes look at how the country's authorities manipulate appearances. The film "Under the Sun," which airs at a film festival in Washington on Thursday, assembles smuggled outtakes to show the inner workings of how a propaganda film is made in North Korea, a country known for fiercely controlling its image. With a script agreed upon by North Korean officials and Russian documentary filmmaker Vitaly Mansky, the project began as a portrait of a supposedly... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>53514 Even a highly decorated war veteran is not immune: a minder interrupts him and tells him to finish up his war stories, and segue to his scripted lines. And for a scene where the young Zin Mi is tucked into bed, two handlers are seen arranging the shot, right down to the blankets. As disputes worsened over the direction of the project, North Korean authorities announced they were pulling the plug. But the filmmakers still had the footage, including the outtakes, thanks to a camera that was always rolling, and a recording... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>53514 "This film confirms the reality that everything is stage-managed," said Robert Boynton of New York University, author of a book about North Korea called The Invitation-Only Zone. "That whatever we see is what they want us to see, that people's lines are fed to them, that everything is choreographed." But the girl's parents have been quoted denouncing the film, saying it was made under false pretenses and was selectively edited to make an "anti-North Korean movie." According to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>53514 Boynton expects the North Korean family in the movie to suffer no blowback from the way the film turned out. But he added, "I think the biggest fallout would be probably for, certainly the people who negotiated and allowed Mansky to enter the country, and secondly to the minders who guided his crew. They might be in trouble."
Chauncy Jones Black is 16. His story came to light when he met a man named Matt White on June 10. Matt documented their meeting on Facebook and has since set up a GoFundMe account to help the family desperately in need.
The two met at the Kroger at Poplar and Highland. Chauncy walked up and asked if he could help load Matt’s groceries into the car in exchange for a pack of donuts, and that’s where the story really begins.
Matt took the teen into the store and went on a grocery shopping spree. He then drove Chauncy home so he didn’t have to take the bus,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
94% of blacks voted for Obama. Google it. So when someone accuses me of racism for not liking Obama, I can just point out that I, like 94% of all black people, believe I should vote according to race politics. Hell, I think that makes me philosophically consistent and just about a brotha from anotha motha. Look it up - women overwhelmingly vote for female candidates as well, in the neighborhood of 75% in state or congressional elections. Apparently, it's only when a white man votes for another white man that it's shocking to the national conscience. Otherwise,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey, I'm all for equality by race. First off, blacks are 13% of the US population, so they are hereby entitled to exactly 13% of all federal welfare, entitlement, food stamps, free healthcare, or other "gimme" programs. This is more than fair given that they do not contribute nearly 13% of the federal or state tax base. Likewise, we expect that blacks may contribute no more than 13% of all criminal activity. To be more than fair, since they may need more time to get their shit together after decades of coddling crack addicts and thieves in their communities,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You can be sued for using wifi, scanner or even the google play store. And you can do nothing about it. The only option is to pay up what ever they claim or waste all your savings fighting in the court for years. Thanks to american justice system.
A Livingston County jury has convicted a Deerfield Township couple of child abuse for isolating their adopted son in the family’s basement. Eric Corcoran and his wife Angela Corcoran were each convicted as charged of second-degree child abuse. They face up to 10 years in prison each when they are sentenced July 28. “I am very pleased with the guilty verdicts handed down by the jury" Monday, Prosecutor William Vailliencourt said. “The acts that these two defendants committed against this child were both cruel and outrageous. “This was clearly child abuse and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>With financial markets in turmoil, a big drop in the pound and the prospect of further chaos, some supporters of Brexit are backpedaling on bold pronouncements they made just a few days earlier. “A lot of things were said in advance of this referendum that we might want to think about again,” Liam Fox, a former cabinet minister, told the BBC, including when and how Article 50 — the formal process for leaving the European Union — should be invoked.
>Perhaps no promise was more audacious — and mendacious, critics... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>53945 idk why what nigel said about the 350 figure is such a big deal. It wasn't him to made the original claim and I don't believe he defended it before the election. Seems like that quote is being included everywhere in order to push a narrative.
>Pink snow was a high-latitude curiosity described by Arctic explorers such as Britain’s John Ross. Upon receiving word of the reddish snow, the London Times speculated in 1818 that the color came from meteoric iron deposits. Biologists know now that the red hue is the result of a chemical reaction within the algae Chlamydomonas nivalis and other cold-loving species. These algae are normally green, but as they start to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Although scientists had already figured out why the snow was pink, the effects that the algae had on the wintry environment remained an understudied and fairly obscure topic.
>But the new research from a team of geobiologists in Germany and Britain could expand that niche status. In their paper published Wednesday in the journal Nature Communications, the researchers examined 40 red-snow samples, representing 16 glaciers and snowfields from four Arctic countries: Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland. The red algae... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>This principle is also why scientists are concerned about darker snow — it would be a bit like a glacier tossing on a red shirt (lower albedo) instead of a plain white tee (high albedo).
>The presence of red algae, on average, decreased albedo by 13 percent over the duration of the melting season. “Our results point out that the ‘bio-albedo’ effect is important and has to be considered in future climate models,” Lutz said in a statement. The researchers note that current climate-change models account for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Angered over his recent eviction from a mobile home park, a Florida man carrying a five gallon bucket allegedly snuck back into the property and contaminated the community swimming pool with a vile slurry that “had the appearance of liquid feces/diarrhea,” cops allege.
According to investigators, Thomas Lee Mason, 54, targeted the Embassy Mobile Home Park late Thursday night. Witnesses told cops that they saw Mason, bucket in hand, entering the Clearwater park, though he had “no legitimate business” there.
Mason, police charge, was spotted “entering the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The US Supreme Court rejected a challenge brought by gun rights advocates on Monday, letting stand laws in New York and Connecticut that restrict access to assault rifles like the one used in last week's mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
>The justices declined to hear an appeal of an October ruling by the New York-based 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals that upheld laws prohibiting semiautomatic weapons and large capacity magazines in the two northeastern states. The decision not to hear the case does... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Josh MacDowell, combined a Stirling engine – first created by a clergyman in Scotland 200 years ago – with thermopile technology that converts heat energy into electricity.
>Internal combustion engines currently used in cars only use 14 per cent of the energy they produce, but Stirling's engine design can use almost 50 per cent
>MacDowell is using a Stirling engine, coupled with thermopile technology to make it possible to drive a Hybrid electric car and never have to stop... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
$100 says he was paid or planted by the GOP top brass. The best way to get rid of Trump without causing a shitload of domestic distraction would be to have a foreigner from a friendly country do it. What better patsy than a disaffected young nutjob Brit?
Of course, now that this plan failed, they'll have to think of another. Maybe a divorcee security guard suffering a mental breakdown backstage?
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