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Elvis Responsible For Ricin Laced Letters

Elvis Responsible For Ricin Laced Letters

The FBI has arrested the man behind the ricin-laced letters sent to the President and he is an Elvis impersonator! Paul Kevin Curtis, a celebrity impersonator (most notably Elvis Presley) from Cornith, Mississippi was arrested on Wednesday. He has impersonated a number of popular 1970′s musicians, most notably Elvis Presley, Kenny Chesney and Bon Jovi.


Nicki Minaj Tribute to Popular Sci-Fi Starships

Vimeo creator bironic edited together a compilation of all the greatest starships from popular movies and television shows and set it to the tune of Nicki Minaj’s Starships! I have never been so happy while listening to Nicki Minaj’s Starships. Actually, I don’t think I have ever enjoyed listening to Nicki Minaj until this video.

Stop and Frisk

Judge Rules Against Stop and Frisk

The NYPD’s infamous “Stop and Frisk” program has been deemed unconstitutional by federal judge on Tuesday, which will change the city’s use of police stops as a crime-fighting tactic. The ruling finds the Bloomberg administration act a violation of the Fourth Amendment that protects citizens against unreasonable search and seizure. The stop and frisk program

Lindsay Lohan Punches Psychic

Psychic Punched In Face By Lindsay Lohan

Tiffany Ava Mitchell, a 28 year old former psychic from Florida, seems to have been unable to look far enough into her future to avoid being punched in the face by Lindsay Lohan early Thursday morning. The rest of us, however, definitely saw it coming. The figurative–and literal–car wreck that is Lindsay Lohan will soon

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Judge Rules Warrant-less Surveillance of Private Property Acceptable

U.S. District Judge William Griesbach ruled that it was reasonable for DEA agents to enter a rural property without obtaining a search warrant in order to install several hidden digital surveillance cameras in hopes of uncovering evidence that 30-40 marijuana plants were being grown. This ruling means that police can now, in some circumstances, install