Archive for October, 2007
Hey, what is the deal with American prostitutes? Either they are 62 year-old grandmas, or they they look frighteningly similar to 1970’s Marvel Comics turned TV show characters!
Anyway, apparently these two lookers (the two on the right) were arrested for exchanging sex for money. [I’m not sure if the charge was prostitution or torture.]
Now, I have said before that laws against prostitution are stupid, archaic, and sexist and I stand by that – but I would expect that standards should play into the equation SOMEWHERE. I’ve spent most of the last several years overseas, and the “Special Ladies” (as they are often called around here) are worlds above every woman I see in the American press picked up for solicitation. This is confusing to me because I know that there are plenty of incredibly hot women in the U.S.!
I dont’ know. Maybe i’m just reading the wrong newspapers?
Apparently David Paulina, 42, of Clymer, PA (a driver for Pepsi) decided he didn’t like something about Robert Koscho, 48, of Ebensburg, PA (a driver for Coca-Cola) and they got into a grumbling and insult match while putting out their respective displays at a Wal-Mart in White Township, PA.
So about the time they both left, Paulina calls Koscho over then cold-cocks him three or four times breaking Koscho’s nose and giving him a black eye.
A Coca-Cola representative told WTAE Channel 4 Action News that the fight started over shelf space in the aisles of the store.
Shelf position is very important for product sales, and the competition for prime space can be fierce, according to Gary Baum, who owns Cook’s Market in Greensburg.
“Most places have to pay premium prices for each linear foot of shelf space, especially when you get to the frozen food, beverages, cigarette companies,” Baum said.
Although Pepsi did fire Paulina (claiming they don’t tolerate violence), I think it is obvious that Pepsi makes you a bad person and everyone should switch to Coca-Cola.
Okay, let me start by saying that I understand that the Harry Potter series is the intellectual property of J.K. Rowling, and she has the right to protect it. Now, with that being said:
What a greedy, money-hungry, penny-pinching, dog-faced witch!
“Oh! Boo-hoo! I only made $1.5 BILLION off the first 6 books!” (I have not been able to find what she made off the seventh book and the movies.) “I can barely pay my rent! I think I will sue some poor ass Indians for $50,000 so I can buy a new pair of shoes!”
I hope this bitch gets face cancer and her dog bites her.
Yahoo! News reports on the AFP story:
“Rowling and her publishers Bloomsbury are seeking two million rupees (50,000 dollars) from the organisers constructing an elaborate castle from canvas and papier mache in Kolkata for the upcoming Durga Puja festival, court officials said.”
The festival organising secretary, Santunu Biswas, said his team would go ahead with the preparations for the four-day festivities, eastern India’s most celebrated annual religious carnival.
“What we are building is not a violation of copyright act anywhere in the world because it’s a religious festival and has nothing to do with money-making,” Biswas told AFP.
Another organiser, Robin Mukherjee, said he was stunned.
“The summons came at a time when the marquee is almost ready and we don’t know what to do now as we cannot afford to pay the fine,” the visibly angry official added.
“It’s just a theme …We have also modelled the Titanic and no-one sued us,” he said.
I hate people like her.
Here are the new developments in the story I brought to you yesterday entitled: “Slimebag Cop Sues Family of Brain-Damaged Tot”
Apparently Sgt. Eichhorn has come to her sensed and is dropping the charges. For this, I commend her and will no longer refer to her as “Satan’s Whore”.
Officer Drops Suit, Placed On Leave
Woman Broke Knee After Slipping On Puddle
CASSELBERRY, Fla. — A police sergeant on Thursday dropped her lawsuit against a family that was filed after she slipped and fell at their home during a 911 call, and she was placed on leave by the Casselberry Police Department.
Sgt. Andrea Eichhorn, a 12-year department veteran, was removed from duty with pay while the department reviews the incident.
A 1-year-old boy, Joey Cosmillo, nearly drowned Jan. 9, and there was water on the floor at the home of the boy’s family. Eichhorn slid, broke her knee and missed two months of work. She said the boy’s family is guilty of negligence.
Eichhorn’s attorney, David Heil, sent a fax to Local 6 News that stated Eichhorn said it was in the best interest of herself and her family, friends and the Casselberry Police Department to dismiss the lawsuit.
“It doesn’t mean anything because you can’t take anything more away from us than what has been taken,” grandmother Maggie Cosmillo said in reference to her grandson’s condition.
Joey suffered brain damage and can no longer walk, talk or swallow. He lives in a nursing home and eats and breathes through tubes.
The boy’s grandmother said she hopes some good can come out of the attention the incident has garnered through the lawsuit.
“I just want someone to step forward (and) help this little boy. Let’s give him the best that he deserves,” Maggie Cosmillo said.
The lawsuit was filed against the advice of the Casselberry police chief. Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.
- October 10, 2007: Officer Hurt On 911 Call Sues Family
Michael Forbes (the Scottish fisherman, not the magazine guy) owns a 23 acre plot at Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, on the east coast of Scotland and refuses to sell it to Donald Trump, who needs it to fill in the gap between his planned 18-hole golf course and 450-bedroom hotel.
With words like, “It’s mine and I’m keeping it”, and “He’s not used to people saying no to him,” the 55-year-old smelly bastard has certainly got his head on straight. He reportedly turned down $700,000 for the land, saying it was well below the lands value.
Displaying his trademark tact and stupidity, Trump has publicly called Forbes’ land “disgusting”, adding that it was in “total disrepair” and accused Forbes of keeping it badly maintained so he could benefit financially.
According to PA, Trump said there were “rusty tractors, rusty oil cans — I actually asked him ‘are you doing this on purpose to try and make it look bad, so I have to pay some more money?”
You are a short-bus riding putz, Donald Trump. When god was handing out brains, you must have been in the other line for a second helping of jackass.
The first Roman Catholic priest charged for crimes committed under Argentina’s past military government has been sentenced to life in prison.
Christian von Wernich was convicted on Tuesday of involvement in torture, kidnapping and murder during a trial that focused attention on the church’s role in the 1976-1983 “dirty war”.
The former police chaplain was found to have been a “co-participant” with police in seven homicides, 31 torture cases and 42 kidnappings during the military rule that critics say the church did little to oppose.
One judge described the offences as crimes against humanity.
Prosecutors said he extracted information from prisoners during the Catholic practice of confession and took money from families of prisoners ostensibly to help send the detainees into exile when they had already been killed.
Fireworks exploded outside the federal courthouse after Judge Carlos Rozanski announced the conviction and prison sentence handed down by a three-judge federal panel.
Inside the court, the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, a human rights group still seeking “missing” sons and daughters from the period, cheered loudly.
“Justice has been done. This is a historic day we Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo never thought we’d live to see,” Tati Almeyda, a member of the group said.
Adriana Calvo, of the association of former detainees and the missing, said: “That a court has acknowledged that genocide exists in our country is an encouragement for us to carry on and justifies so many years of struggle.”
Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman said von Wernich showed little emotion when the verdict was read out.
She added that in theory, von Wernich, 69, had the right to be moved to house arrest once he turned 70.
Earlier, using biblical language, the priest professed his innocence during mere minutes of final testimony after his defence spent hours in closing arguments.
“False testimony is of the devil because he is responsible for malice and is the father of evil and lies,” he said, prompting murmurs in the courtroom packed with torture survivors and human rights activists.
Prosecutors said von Wernich had been linked by survivors to at least five clandestine detention camps in Buenos Aires province.
During the three-month trial, more than 70 witnesses testified and judges toured former torture centres at police stations with survivors.
The “dirty war” officially left some 13,000 dead or missing, although human rights groups have put the toll at nearly 30,000.
Juan Martin Cerolini, von Wernich’s defence lawyer, argued that as part of his duties as a priest, the defendant was obliged to visit police detention centres but that did not mean he played any part in the state crackdown.
He rejected survivor testimony suggesting von Wernich – who wore a bullet-proof vest over his clerical collar during the trial – conspired with police to help extract information from prisoners under the guise of giving them spiritual assistance.
Von Wernich said in his last words to the judges that he never violated the priestly prohibition against revealing information obtained in the Roman Catholic practice of confession.
“No priest of the Catholic church … has ever violated this sacrament,” he said.
Stricken with pain
The Catholic church, in a statement issued immediately after the verdict was announced, said it was stricken with pain at seeing “a priest participating in very serious crimes.”
“If any member of the church … by recommendation or complicity, endorsed the violent repression, he did so under his own responsibility, straying from and sinning gravely against God, humanity and his own conscience,” Jorge Bergoglio, Buenos Aires archbishop, said.
Rights organisations allege that the church turned its back to the atrocities committed during military rule and even covered up rights violations, which included the deaths and disappearances of priests and nuns.
The von Wernich case is the biggest human rights trial in Argentina since former police chief Miguel Etchecolatz was convicted in September 2006 in the same La Plata courthouse.
The trials came after the Supreme Court in 2005 annulled amnesty laws blocking prosecution of scores of former state security agents or their civilian allies.
So this money-hungry, piece-of-crap cop “Sgt. Andrea Eichhorn” from Casselberry, Florida responded to a 911 call in January of this year. The call concerned a 1-year-old boy named Joey Cosmillo who had fallen into a swimming pool. They were able to resuscitate him but he suffered brain damage and now cannot walk, talk or swallow. He currently lives in a nursing home and eats and breathes through tubes jammed down his throat and up his nose.
Apparently, the evil and irresponsible family left a puddle of water in the floor when they fished their unconcious, blue-lipped infant out of the pool and brought him into the house. So when Sgt. Eichhorn (or as I like to call her “Satan’s Whore”) came into the house, she slipped in the water and hurt her knee.
“The loss we’ve suffered, and she’s seeking money?” said Richard Cosmillo, 69, the boy’s grandfather, who lived in the home with his wife and the boy’s mother. “Of course there’s going to be water in the house. He was sopping wet when we brought him in.”
Oh, and as if this bitch is not bad enough, check out what her attorney, David “Sieg” Heil, says:
“It’s a situation where the Cosmillos have caused these problems, brought them on themselves, then tried to play the victim,” Heil said.
I have no proof that he is a bestiality loving freak, but I have no proof that he isn’t either.