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Perspective Wednesday, February 26
The lukewarm prosecution of two Steubenville High football players for an August 2012 rape was foundering until Internet hacker Deric Lostutter, 26, raised the Ohio incident's profile, but now Lostutter faces a vindictive prosecution and the …
Nice Catch, Lord Wednesday, February 26
The first-ever skydive by Mackenzie Wethington, 16, in Chickasha, Okla., in January was a catastrophe — a tangled parachute that opened "halfway" with the girl unable to reach the emergency chute. She fell into a spiraling free fall from 3,500 …
The Aristocrats! Wednesday, February 26
An alcohol-hammered Troy Prockett, 37, was arrested in January near Hudson, Mass., after his car spun out of control on I-290 and he fled on foot, pursued by state troopers who followed him to a tree, where he climbed up about 30 feet. Playing …
Least Competent Criminals Wednesday, February 26
Andre Bacon, 21, was arrested in February in Chicago's Cragin neighborhood after, police said, he tried to carjack a woman who was about to get in the car in her garage. The woman gave up her keys, but ran out and closed the door as she left, …
RiDQulous Wednesday, February 26
The headline read "Man Arrested Allegedly Trying to Sell Stolen Brains at Dairy Queen." David Charles, 21, was charged in Indianapolis in January with arranging the deal involving 60 jars of mental patients' brains (some from the 1800s) stolen from …
A NOTW Classic (December 2002) Wednesday, February 26
Driver Leon Humphreys, upset at a minor traffic ticket he received, demanded in December 2002 that magistrates in Bury St. Edmunds, England, allow him to employ the ancient tradition of "trial by combat" — in which he would fight someone from the …
Going Postal Wednesday, January 29
America's returning warriors continue to experience inexplicable difficulty after putting their lives at risk for their country. It took 13 years for Army Sgt. Maj. Richard Erickson to get his job back from his civilian employer after he took leave …
Happy New Year Wednesday, January 29
Once again, celebrants in France marked Jan. 1 by setting fire to 1,067 cars nationwide (down from 1,193 the previous Jan. 1).
Holy Mutations Wednesday, January 29
Deformed animals born in developing nations often attract streams of pilgrims, seeking to touch a creature considered divinely blessed. In December, a five-legged cow in Raipur, India, had supposedly "caused" the last 30 women who touched it to give …
Hey, Occifer, Hold my Beer a Sec … Wednesday, January 29
In November the Journal-News of Hamilton, Ohio, examining various police union contracts in the state, learned that in several jurisdictions, officers are allowed to work their shifts even when less sober than some drivers whom they ticket for DUI. …
 
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