Wednesday, December 21, 2005

It's Not A Rap Party Without A Stabbing!

3 Stabbed at Notorious B.I.G. Record Party

Wed Dec 21, 2:32 PM ET

NEW YORK - Three people were stabbed early Wednesday at a Manhattan club that was hosting a record release party for a new collection of duets featuring slain rapper Notorious B.I.G.

Detectives also were investigating a shooting near the club, named Exit, that occurred around the same time. It was unclear if the two incidents were related.

Authorities could not confirm reports that the party was attended by Sean "Diddy" Combs and Notorious B.I.G.'s mother, Voletta Wallace. The two co-produced the new "Duets" record, which pairs the rapper's vocals with Eminen, Jay-Z and other artists.

Police said that at 3:10 a.m., patrol officers heard gunfire at a parking garage near the club. Inside, they found three men with gunshot wounds; all were taken to the hospital in stable condition.

Moments later, police received an emergency call reporting a stabbing at the club. Officers found three victims — two men who were slashed in the face and one who was stabbed in the stomach; all were hospitalized.

There were no arrests. Detectives were questioning the occupants of a car spotted fleeing the scene shortly after the shooting.

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Judge to ACLU: "STFU"

Commandments display is upheld
No religious intent in Mercer, court says

A federal appeals court has upheld a display of the Ten Commandments alongside other historical documents in the Mercer County, Ky., courthouse.

The judge who wrote the opinion blasted the American Civil Liberties Union, which challenged the display, in language that echoed the type of criticism often directed at the organization.

Judge Richard Suhrheinrich's ruling said the ACLU brought "tiresome" arguments about the "wall of separation" between church and state, and it said the organization does not represent a "reasonable person."

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About Time!!!!!!!

American Soldier Returns Home Only To Be Murdered.

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Home for Christmas after nearly a year in the Middle East, Navy Reservist Paul Berkley was making up for lost time with his family.

He arrived Wednesday, in time to hear his 18-year-old son, Zeke, sing the national anthem with his high school chorus. On Friday, he and 16-year-old daughter Becky ate pizza, watched movies and danced.

By Sunday, the 46-year-old sailor was dead, shot once in the head during a walk in the park with his wife, Monique. She now stands charged with his slaying, along with two men - her alleged teenage lover and her stepdaughter Becky's boyfriend.

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He went unharmed in the middle east only to be shot down by some gangster who was shacking up with his wife.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Stanley Tookie Williams

Citizens of L.A. - Watch Out!

The possibility of a riot is very high for the next few days. I suggest quietly making preparations for a riot that may last up to a week in length and may leave many sections of L.A. unprotected for several days. Prepare yourself with food and bottled water.

It is advisable not to engage in violent and unlawful rioting, as the punishment is most severe.

Stanley Tookie Williams Is Dead

With the process starting around 12:01 AM California time, or 3:01 AM New York Time, Stanley Tookie Williams was hooked to a series of I.V.'s, which contained lethal poisons, and over 30 minutes later was declared legally dead.

Williams was a convicted murderer of four and cofounder of the Crips gang, a blood-thirsty and violent street gang in L.A. Williams remained in prison for over 26 years until he was finally put to death by lethal injection.

Stanley Tookie Williams, dead at 3:35 AM EST at San Quentin Prison, California.

He is currently burning in hell.

Sunday, December 11, 2005

News Brief - December 11

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran opened the door Sunday for U.S. help in building a nuclear power plant — a move designed to ease American suspicions that Tehran is using its nuclear program as a cover to build atomic weapons.

The offer, which did not seem likely to win acceptance in Washington, was issued as
Israel said it had not ruled out a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities.

Iran Offers U.S. Share in Nuclear Plants


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Sen. Eugene McCarthy, whose 1968 anti-Vietnam War presidential candidacy helped drive President Lyndon Johnson from office, died on Saturday in Washington, his son said.

Former Sen. Eugene McCarthy dies


NDTV Correspondent

Sunday, December 11, 2005 (London):

Three large explosions at one of Britain's largest oil depots jolted an area north of London early on Sunday.

The blasts which took place at the Buncefield Oil depot were an accident but there are fears that the situation is not totally under control and that there could be more explosions.

Explosions rock oil depot near London


NEW ORLEANS - Singer Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown was 81 and already seriously ill when he fled the area ahead of Hurricane Katrina, and associates think the stress of evacuating and the heartbreak of losing his home hastened his death.

Katrina's Official Death Toll Incomplete

Odd Blogger Bug

For some reason, Blogger is creating a weird looking character addition in some of my posts. If you see something odd, ignore it... it is just a blogger error.