An East Texas teenager is accused of pushing his pregnant girlfriend’s 3-year-old nephew into a pond so the boy would drown to make room for the unborn child to live at their home.
Bobby Woods, 17, faces a charge of capital murder of a person under age 6. He was booked as an adult after his arrest Friday and remained in the Angelina County jail without bond Saturday. Online records don’t list an attorney for Woods.
A criminal complaint says Woods told authorities that he wanted Mason Cuttler to die because his girlfriend was pregnant and he wanted to make room in the home for his unborn child. Mason’s body was found Aug. 18 in a pond near Lufkin, a day after he was reported missing while playing outside as his parents cleaned their home, investigators have said.
What do you say… Even animals act better. Teens having kids. Unthinking teens having kids. Murderous unthinking teens.
This morning, Ashley Madison’s parent company Avid Life Media released a statementindicating it plans to keep operating as if nothing is wrong, despite being embroiled in a giant scandal over losing loads of user data to hackers. “This past week alone, hundreds of thousands of new users signed up for the Ashley Madison platform – including 87,596 women,” the company said.
Last week, a Gizmodo investigation revealed that an overwhelming majority of the female accounts on the service are never used. A followup report we published noted that there was a pretty good chance large amount of the female activity on the site was just fembots. The statement continues: “We have customers in nearly every zip code in the United States, as well as users in more than 50 countries around the world.” (This fact was reported in a story by Gawker.com last week.)
People will happily wallow like pigs in their own filth. Ashley Madison and Craigslist and Backpage merely give the people what they want- a sty in which to wallow.
How is this sort of thing even possible?
Voters in a suburb of Detroit have been sent an election flier urging them to “get the blacks out of office” in November’s elections. The leaflet is the latest evidence of heightened racial tension in the US which, in recent weeks, seen election meetings held by both Republican and Democratic presidential candidates disrupted by “black lives matter” campaigners. It is not known who is responsible for circulating the flier in Southfield, Michigan, where the population is 70 per cent African-American.
Two Hawkins County men were arrested Saturday and charged with providing methamphetamine to three juveniles, two of which were only 14 years old.
Michael James Caldwell, 24, is charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and criminal trespassing. Kyle Thomas Dishner, 21, is charged with delivery of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office says it was sent to a home on Richards Road Saturday for a call about a trespasser at a home that had been empty for years. The property owner noticed a vehicle and called law enforcement.
A deputy found Caldwell who said he was homeless and had been staying at the home, without permission, for five weeks. The deputy found a one-pot meth lab outside the house, which deputies say Caldwell admitting to knowing about.
Deputies then found Dishner, a 17-year-old boy and two 14-year-old girls inside the house, as well as around one gram of methamphetamine packaged in six individual bags. They also found numerous other empty gram-size bags.
Are there people worse than those who supply kids with drugs?
A city councilman in the U.K. who is seeking to crack down on street preachers, buskers and those who engage in commerce in the public streets says that preachers are wrong to talk about morality in the open air and to make their hearers feel “insecure” with their preaching.
The Christian Institute reports that Manchester Councillor Pat Karney made the comment after the organization asked him to clarify whether the city council plans to place restrictions on street preachers as part of his goal to reduce public “nuisances.”
“The Christian Institute has long supported the rights of street preachers and has funded several legal cases where local authorities or the police have unlawfully interfered with those rights,” the organization wrote in a letter to Karney…
Etc. Yay, freedom of speech… We sure don’t want people feeling badly about stealing or murder or adultery or any of those other pesky things the Bible discusses…