A young woman accused of murdering a teenage boy and injuring four others by smashing into them with her car has wept in a Perth court while watching a police interview in which she insisted she only wanted to 'threaten' them. … [Read more...] about ‘Vengeful’ woman, 22, accused of deliberately running over and killing a teenager and trying to murder his friends ‘because they bullied her brother’ sobs in court
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CrimeThe long-term trend of declining crime rates continued over the past eight years, although a number of large cities have seen a recent uptick in their murder rates. While public safety was a 2016 campaign issue, much of Mr Obama's efforts while president were directed at criminal justice reform. … [Read more...] about What marks does Obama’s presidency deserve?
Hishmeh admitted she had been 'fuming' when she learnt her younger brother had been struck in the face during a brawl between rival groups of boys at a park and her sister had later been slashed on the arm. … [Read more...] about ‘Vengeful’ woman, 23, who drove a speeding car into a group of teenagers – killing one – ‘because they bullied her brother’ is CLEARED of murder – as confronting footage of the crash emerges
He said she had been planning to find the boys so she could inform police of their whereabouts, and it was up to the prosecution to prove Hishmeh had intended to cause them serious harm and had not simply taken the corner too fast. … [Read more...] about ‘Vengeful’ woman, 22, ‘deliberately ran over and killed a teenager because he beat up her little brother’
During these years, Mitterrand's personal passions remained as strong as ever. After Marie-Louise jilted him, he fell into what can only be called a rebound marriage with Danielle Gouze, eight years his junior. She would bear him three children, but it was not exactly a marriage of minds. Soon after marrying, she innocently asked him how his day had gone. He snapped back: "I did not marry you under the regime of the Inquisition." He cheated on her incessantly, and with no apparent compunction. Then, in his late 40s, he met the 20-year-old Anne Pingeot, and fell for her as completely as he had done for Marie-Louise, although without entirely abandoning his other extracurricular activities. She became to all intents and purposes his second wife, bearing him a daughter, Mazarine, in 1974. Short's account, however, suggests that Danielle Mitterrand does not deserve too much of posterity's pity. In 1958 she acquired a long-term lover of her own, a gym teacher who sometimes fetched … [Read more...] about Mitterrand: A Study in Ambiguity by Philip Short – review