Raindrops fell like Chinese water torture on the Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. In little drops, the water emerged from the clouds and lightly pounded the roof of one of the buildings in slow, painful beats. But the occupants of the command center experienced no such weather phenomenon. The Internet modem continued. The passing storm had nothing to do with its functioning. The DNA machine hooked up to the computer terminal did not stop. Marine Corps Lieutenant General Dagen Cawl looked at her monitor. Her dark brown skin and green-gray eyes relaxed and appeared laserlike, respectively. She sipped Columbia’s best roast. The acidity danced on her tongue and the caffeine boosted her productivity.
Where is the line drawn on the fact that COVID-19 could possibly be spread intentionally? White supremacist groups, according to law enforcement papers, plan to weaponize the COVID-19 virus. While it may be just a hollow shell and not a full clip of live rounds, police agencies are considering what a bioweapon would look like with this novel disease. These groups target non-whites primarily but wouldn’t there be collateral damage as the brown, black, red, and yellow people that potentially could spread the coronavirus to whites? Neo-Nazis and skinheads may not have thought that far in their devious planning. Or they see such people as sacrifices for “the greater cause.”
A gurney with a body rolls into the forensics laboratory. It has only expired a few minutes ago. It is the corpse of a monster. A male convicted of multiple counts of rape perished behind prison walls. Good riddance. The evil man had died at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware. He succumbed due to his cancer. For the rapes, the state sentenced him to life in prison with an additional twenty years. Fortunately, science silenced this brute. It’s only right that he should die behind bars rather than reach a parole date which would have been extremely difficult with his sentence.
When it comes down to stealing toilet paper from a hotel, you know that we’re in a crisis. Florida man (surprise, surprise) Angel Hernandezcinto, 31, pilfered the white stuff from a Marriott Hotel. Security personnel caught the man in the act and decided to take action. The report detailed how Hernandezcinto worked for the hotel as a custodian and could easily obtain the establishment’s cleaning and sanitary supplies.
Fraud and receiving information are two different entities. The former relates to an actual crime where the violation of rights is involved. Information from a friend is just data supplied from a close associate that could benefit both parties. Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks is facing time in prison and a multi-million dollar fine for his role in an insider trading scandal.
Desiderius Erasmus once said that “In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.” Single-sighted rapper Fetty Wap may be feeling closer to a pauper, now. In a defamation case, a judge ruled that Fetty violated a contract between him and Shawna Morgan, an ex-tour staffer. After the dust settled, Fetty is now being forced to pay just over a million dollars to Morgan. Not only did Mr. Wap not reimburse Morgan for paying out of her own pocket to finance his tours, but she stopped receiving the ten percent owed to her for working on those tours. Not only that, but Fetty damaged Morgan’s reputation by blasting her in the public claiming theft against her name.