As Americans, many of us consider ourselves defenders of truth, honor and justice. We even become outraged when we learn about atrocities that occur in other countries. For instance, we think crimes like slavery, war crimes and child trafficking are crimes committed by non-Americans.
The way that Lawrencia “Bambi” Bembenek’s life twisted and turned warranted books, movies, and television specials. Accused of murdering her ex-husband’s wife on Thursday May 28, 1981 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the jury found her guilty and the judge sentenced her to life in prison. She would serve ten years of that sentence. Why? Because she broke out and escaped to Canada.
After Fukushima in 2011, Germany decreed the end of nuclear power by 2022. A decision strongly criticized, especially in France, world champion in nuclear power and accused of replacing nuclear with coal, thereby increasing their CO 2 emissions. A “fake news” that always lasts. In accordance with the agreement of the coalition government, the latter appointed this June 6 a commission responsible for drawing up the timetable for the exit of the coal.
RICHMOND, Va. — As Confederate monuments topple from their pedestals, accusations of racist, sexist and otherwise abusive acts have risen from a chorus of frustrated present and former museum employees. The museum in question, the Virginia Fine Arts Museum, sparked a stream of negative comments on an Instagram post made on June 3.