The days are long....but the years are short.
I can speak to the world through Facebook. Wouldn't it be great if I had something worthwhile to say? Oh well. Here's a picture of my cat.
Beginning to regret not ever reading a book. Pretty sure that sentiment will go away soon.
The Donald is campaigning now on sending back to Syria 200,000 potential immigrants, thinking somehow that would help our world standing and bring about peace. He may be the best example of what bad can happen when you build a country full of immigrants.
By ELLEN BARRY and CORAL DAVENPORT
India, the world's third-largest carbon polluter, was the last major country to issue its plan before a major summit meeting in Paris in December.
|British boy, 15, gets life sentence for inciting Anzac Day attack in Australia|
Posted: 01 Oct 2015 02:59 PM PDT
A high-ranking Baltimore cop shot a man after the man pulled a pink container of lip balm out of his pocket – making him fear for his life – before turning to the man’s brother and threatening to shoot him too.
“I got a bullet for you too,” Baltimore Police Major Byron Conaway told the man’s brother while standing over the man he had just shot.
Neither man was armed.
The incident took place Monday as John Rau was standing on a sidewalk with friends and family and was confronted by Conoway, who demanded to know what he had in his pocket.
According to CBS Baltimore:
Conoway, a 16-year veteran of the department, was sued by a citizen for police abuse, resulting in the department paying a man $67,500, according to the Baltimore Sun.
He also received a departmental award for saving a woman in 2009.
As of now, he is on paid administrative leave as police investigate the incident. Police have not said much about the shooting other than blaming Rau for not showing Conoway his hands.
But he obviously did not have a reasonable suspicion that he was committing a crime or else that would have been mentioned by now.
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