Makes you wonder how often that occurs.Not only that, but the ME should have a little something coming his way.
I’m not sure what, but if it’s obvious that the cops killed him and he was knowingly like nope, he just died cuz he was in bad health, there really needs to be some consequences for that.
I mean, it’s basically covering up murder.
in Bloomington, Illinois (2hrs south of Chicago) several stores were looted last night. Walmart, Target, Best Buy, several liquor stores, a jeweler, a Lenscrafters, and a few gas stations.the worst thing that happened in my little suburb was some spray paint on the city hall building. it's been cleaned off.
You know, you’d think that, if not for all the social activist agencies and firms that would jump at the opportunity to hire them.
what a dumb bitch.
While in jail I hope they both practice saying, "Do you want fries with that?", because their career as Lawyers is over.
That's a LOT of wheels and probably other part of the carThe problem is that they are always looking to break your wheel or mine...
You know when people said for me not to judge people by what their t-shirt says?Practicing good Covid while fire bombing cops...
Practicing law? No more.
Woman identified by sources as Brooklyn lawyer accused of tossing Molotov cocktail at NYPD cruiser used Bud Light bottle for incendiary device: photoUrooj Rahman, 31, was snapped in a picture holding a black and white striped scarf close to her face with one hand and the potentially fiery bottle with another as she prepared to toss it out of the passenger-side window of a van.www.nydailynews.com
The two attorneys busted for throwing a Molotov cocktail through a police car window during protests in Brooklyn early Saturday were trying to pass out the incendiary devices to demonstrators in th…nypost.com
Urooj Rahman, 31, was snapped in a picture holding a black and white striped scarf close to her face with one hand and the potentially fiery bottle with another as she prepared to toss it out of the passenger-side window of a van.
Yup, I brought it up a few days ago, but it looks like that was a partial cause at least.I don't know if it's been mentioned before, but 'positional asphyxia' is a thing, and we're trained on preventing it due to a number of unfortunate cases here. From what little I know it appears a lack of training or knowledge is a major contributing factor in the man's death. It's a terrible shame on a number of levels and no one wins these games.
So...you just decided to post on Twitter? When the cops gave you the green light to handle it how you see fit?FILE UNDER: The Po-Po Dept is nothing like your home cappuccino maker!
PhD humanist psychologist gets schooled hard by reality -- learning hard truths about self-actualization and Maslow's hierarchy -- while deep in the throes of cognitive dissonance.
...He'll probably do a TED talk, then write another book.
I doubt it’s all that often. Anything suspicious and the family is sure to get a second take. I’d think most ME’s would know that.Makes you wonder how often that occurs.
The job, as of 2:30 pm Pacific time, is finally buttoned-up, cleaned-up, done.
That is the dumbest place for an alternator. Or any belt driven accessory.