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Compelling Explanations Wednesday, March 12
Briton Jack Harvey, 42, got a three-year-plus sentence in Truro Crown Court in February after he pleaded guilty to drug charges. Earlier, he insisted police planted the drugs they found in his house and car, and that a stranger ("some filthy woman," …
Logical Wednesday, March 12
John Rogers of Geneva, Fla., acquitted in a shooting death (using Florida's "stand your ground" defense), convinced a judge in February to return his guns, which police confiscated when they arrested him. Rogers said he needs the guns for protection …
Home Movies, Jefe Wednesday, March 12
Rogerio Scotton, challenging federal charges in January that he lied to immigration officials about his "marriage" to a Cuban woman (a "sham," said prosecutors), offered to prove the matrimony's bona fides by showing the couple's conjugal-bed videos …
The Continuing Crisis Wednesday, March 12
The firm 3D Babies has begun selling (for $800) 8-inch-long fetal sculptures developed from 3-D ultrasound images, computer graphics and 3-D printing technology ("printing" successive layers of material continuously, eventually creating a physical …
A Living Doll Wednesday, March 12
Ms. Blondie Bennett (her recently acquired real name), 38, is not just a California model selling provocative "Barbie doll" photos of herself online (featuring her recently augmented 32JJ breast implants). She's at work on a longer-range project to …
First-World Problems Wednesday, March 12
Designer Giorgio Armani is one of the most recent one-day sponsors of a United Nations project to send safe drinking water to help some of the planet's 768 million people without access to a clean supply. The Tap Project program signs up smartphone …
The Litigious Society Wednesday, March 12
British litigant Jane Mulcahy was turned down twice recently in her attempts to sue her former divorce lawyers for negligence — though they had won her case, defeating her husband's contentions. The lawyers were negligent, she said, because they …
Location, Location … Wednesday, March 12
Clients Richard and Sandra Weiner filed a lawsuit in Paterson, N.J., in January against their former real estate agent, Robert Lindsay, who they said had a blatant conflict of interest while offering the Weiners' house for sale. The agent allegedly, …
It's a Dog's Life Wednesday, March 12
As Americans know, Canada's health care system, funded largely by taxes, is dramatically less expensive than America's — well, unless you're a dog. The Canadian news service CTV reported in February that increasingly, pet owners in Winnipeg, …
Ya Pay for It One Way or Another Wednesday, March 12
The Internal Revenue Service might have second thoughts about suing William Berroyer to recover a $60,000 tax underpayment since, by the time Berroyer was finished with them, the federal government had been ordered to write Berroyer (now age 66) …
 
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