The $10m spy who worked for FBI and MI5 inside dissident republicanism BelfastTelegraph.co.uk On May 10, 1997, a passenger climbed into the back of the Belfast taxi. The driver noticed he was carrying a holdall in his right hand. As the taxi turned on to College Avenue, the back windows smashed with a low thud. Glass flew on to the road. Three of the passenger's fingers were strewn around the cab and blood was pouring from his hand. He was screaming as he searched for his fingers. Dripping blood onto the seat, he put each finger he found into his pocket. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/the-10m-spy-who-worked-for-fbi-and-mi5-inside-dissident-republicanism-37703348.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37703634.ece/4b7b6/AUTOCROP/h342/SS_EYE_BELFAST%2041.jpg Email On May 10, 1997, a passenger climbed into the back of the Belfast taxi. The driver noticed he was carrying a holdall in his right hand. As the taxi turned on to College Avenue, the … [Read more...] about The $10m spy who worked for FBI and MI5 inside dissident republicanism
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Jessica Bies Delaware News Journal Published 8:30 PM EDT Oct 13, 2018 WILMINGTON, Del. – A Delaware man's quirky obituary captured the attention of those on social media this week. "I wasn't sure how it'd be received," said Alex Walsh, the creative tour de force behind the unexpected eulogy. It depicts Walsh's father, Rick Stein, 71, as the quintessential man-of-mystery, who tried to escape death by a rare cancer by fleeing the hospital, commandeering a single-engine airplane and taking off over the Atlantic Ocean. “The sea was angry that day,” said NTSB lead investigator Greg Fields in a news conference. “We have no idea where Mr. Stein may be, but any hope for a rescue is unlikely.” Oct. 11: Bills fan trolls franchise from beyond the grave with savage obituary line Aug. 10: Fulfilling his final wishes, 5-year-old Garrett Matthias' celebration of life features a Viking funeral, bouncy houses and superheroes The story, of course, … [Read more...] about Man’s obituary captures imagination, the business owner’s spirit
A 26-YEAR-OLD woman is trying to raise awareness of an agonising condition which makes sex unbearably painful. Victoria Johnston lives with vaginismus, a condition which makes penetration feel like her insides are being scraped with sandpaper. “The pain during penetration is a burning sensation,” the 26-year-old said. “Sometimes there is also a scraping feeling, like sandpaper rubbing the internal skin. “It's excruciatingly painful and sometimes the muscles won't even allow anything to penetrate. They simply blockade anything from entering.” The effects on Victoria’s personal life are easy to imagine. “Many guys used to make me feel guilty for having this condition,” she said. “They would say hurtful words like I simply lie there during sex, unable to see the emotional and physical pain in my eyes. “Many would force themselves on me for their own pleasure, disregarding my own feelings. “I have been told I don’t try … [Read more...] about Sex feels like ‘sandpaper scraping inside me’, says woman, 26, plagued by agonising vaginismus
Amanda Kingsbury Indianapolis Star Published 7:23 p.m. UTC Jul 10, 2018 The blond in the red bikini did as she was told — she wrote "Chubby" in marker on her friend, Kenna Sisson's, chest. Sisson didn't really mind. She's been called that her entire life. But then the tables were turned. She was told to write "ugly" ...in big green letters, on her friend. She broke down. "I just couldn't grasp someone so beautiful, inside and out, ever believing the word applied to her," Sisson, a 28-year-old financial administrator, said. "It hurts to think of Amy ever feeling that way." Photo shoot pictures shared thousands of times on social media Indiana photographer Cindy Johnson's made her point. She had handed out markers to her all-shapes-and-sizes swimsuit models to illustrate how people are willing to accept harsh words about themselves, but go soft when asked to apply them — literally, in this case — to others. Johnson's … [Read more...] about Ugly. Chubby. Scarred. Hate is washed away in Indiana photographer’s swimsuit shoot
Produced by Jaime Stolz and Marc Goldbaum [This story originally aired on May 6, 2017] "To have anybody murdered is a shock to the community, but to have an 11-year-old boy and a housekeeper killed in the manner they were – I think is a whole 'nother level," Omaha Police Sgt. Scott Warner told CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod. In 2008, a community was shocked by the brutal stabbing deaths of Tom Hunter and Shirlee Sherman inside the Hunter family home. Police found no DNA, no signs of a robbery and little motive for someone to want them dead. Five years later and six miles away, tragedy struck again when Dr. Roger Brumback, and his wife, Mary, were found murdered in their home. For the two law enforcement officers investigating the cases, the attack on the Brumbacks was eerily similar to what they found five years earlier with the Hunter and Sherman murders. Investigators would find more similarities between the cases and a trail that led to Creighton University … [Read more...] about Was revenge the motive behind Omaha stabbing deaths?