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Daily Archives: February 28, 2014

Man Avoids Charges After Fatally Shooting Elderly Man With Alzheimer’s

A man who fatally shot an elderly Alzheimer’s patient will not face any criminal charges for his actions. Georgia native Joe Hendrix, 35, shot and killed 72-year-old Ronald Westbrook last November after he entered the home of his fiancee and … Read More

Alabama Man Begs For Mercy After Hiring KKK Hitman To Kill Black Neighbor

An Alabama man who pleaded guilty to hiring a KKK hitman to murder his black neighbor is now begging a judge for mercy at his sentencing. Allen Wayne Morgan was arrested last August for his plans to kill Clifford Mosley, … Read More

NFL Star Faces Life in Prison, Accused of Raping 8 Women

Former NFL star Darren Sharper has already been charged with drugging and raping two women in Los Angeles and has now turned himself in to New Orleans police after a warrant, alleging he raped another two women in Louisiana, was … Read More

Kim Kardashian Becomes Victim Of Racist Blackface Prank

Kim Kardashian expressed outrage after a racist man showed up in blackface and pretended to be Kanye West during her recent appearance at the Vienna Ball in Austria. Kardashian was at the event after being paid $500,000 to be the … Read More

JFK’s Niece Found Not Guilty On Drugged Driving Charges

Kerry Kennedy, the niece of Robert F. Kennedy and former wife of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was found not guilty today on charges of driving while impaired. The case had been building up in the media for nearly 20 … Read More

Really? Raleigh News ‘Reports’ on Pastor’s Sexual Misconduct with Child By Proclaiming His Innocence

This weekend, Dalvis Steve Conerly was arrested in North Carolina for two counts of sexual misconduct with a 12-year-old girl. The pastor of New Beginnings Fellowship, police say that Conerly knew the girl, but was not in a position of trust or authority … Read More

Attorney General Eric Holder Hospitalized For ‘Shortness Of Breath’

Attorney General Eric Holder was hospitalized Thursday morning after experiencing “faintness and shortness of breath” at a meeting of senior Department of Justice staff, but is now resting at home. DOJ Director of Public Affairs Brian Fallon wrote in a statement … Read More