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THE JUSTICE ANGLE Wednesday, August 6
In the midst of the city of Detroit's water crackdown — shutting off spigots of residents delinquent on their bills — the Council of Canadians has come to the rescue. First, the council pressed the United Nations to label Detroit's program a …
ADVERTISING AS A WEAPON Wednesday, August 6
Ms. Ajanaffy Njewadda and her husband recently filed a lawsuit against New York City's transit authority (MTA) following her tumble down some stairs at a subway station (causing a broken ankle, concussion and lingering trauma requiring psychiatric …
SURGEONS AT PLAY Wednesday, August 6
A man whose name was withheld ("D.B.") filed a lawsuit in April against medical clinics and physicians who performed his colonoscopy in Fairfax, Virginia, in 2013, based on what the patient learned from audio his smartphone recorded while he was …
DONKEYS RISING Wednesday, August 6
In Turkey, some shepherds outfitted their sheep-monitoring donkeys with solar panels and battery packs to illuminate nighttime isolated fields in emergencies. Pregnant animals can be aided during field births and not have to return to the farms.
RECURRING THEMES Wednesday, August 6
The most recent murder suspect to whine about his oppressive jail conditions seems to be Adam Landerman, 21, awaiting trial in a grisly 2013 murder of two people. In July, his patience apparently exhausted, he filed court papers in Joliet, Illinois, …
NOTW CLASSIC Wednesday, August 6
At first, Rev. Fred Armfield's arrest for patronizing a prostitute in Greenwood, South Carolina, in January 2010 looked uncontroversial, with Armfield allegedly confessing he'd bargained Melinda "Truck Stop" Robinson down from $10 to $5 for oral …
OOPS … DAMN Wednesday, July 30
Moshood Itabiyi, 22, was arrested in a traffic stop in July shortly after allegedly robbing Barnum, Minnesota's Northview Bank. His dream of a quick getaway vanished when he saw that he'd locked his keys in the car. He burglarized a nearby house for …
OOPS … DAMN PT. II Wednesday, July 30
Three teens, ages 13, 14 and 15, were charged with attempted burglary in St. Petersburg, Florida, in July when, as they were serial-testing parked cars' doors to find an unlocked one, they happened to inattentively open the door of an unmarked …
SMALL CHANGE Wednesday, July 30
The surveillance video in evidence in England's Wolverhampton Crown Court in July captured the entire caper of two young men failing to open a parking lot's ATM five months earlier. Wearing hoods, they tried to batter the secure machine open, then …
BAD SAMARITAN! Wednesday, July 30
Roy Ortiz hired a lawyer in March and said he was considering suing the first responders who rescued him during the historic September 2013 flooding around Broomfield, Colorado, because they didn't find him fast enough when his car plunged into …
 
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