Most Of Us Are Good People

It’s important to remember that even though the media makes it appear the world is a cruel and savage place, they are only reporting on a very small fraction of the human race made-up of politicians and other sub-humans who do awful things for their own sick reasons. People like the murderer in New Zealand are by far the exceptions in a world-wide population of people just trying to live their lives as best they can. It’s the liars and killers who get the attention.

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Opening Statements In “Sex Smell” Murder Trial Begin

Attorneys began presenting opening statements in the trial of a Pennsylvania woman charged with killing her boyfriend after allegedly “smelling sex” on him.

Rachel Kozloff is on trial for shooting Michael Henry. The prosecution contends Kozloff shot Henry when he tried to end their relationship. Prosecutors say the northwestern Pennsylvania woman told her boyfriend she had “smelled sex” on him before she killed him earlier this year. Kozloff and Henry were a couple for just 8 weeks.

Kozloff denies shooting Henry, though she does admit to being in his apartment on the night of the murder. Several 9mm shell casings were found at the scene, and Kozloff had purchased a .40 caliber handgun and a 9mm conversion kit earlier.

According to police, Henry’s last words as he died were “It’s Axe body spray….”

Nancy Grace Reacts To The Casey Anthony Verdict

CNN personality Nancy Grace, who tried, convicted, and virtually executed Casey Anthony for the murder of her daughter Caylee Anthony, reacts to the verdict of not-guilty on charges of murder, child abuse, and manslaughter.

Ahmadinejad Addresses UN

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad adressed the United Nations today, where several countries walked-out as he berated Western nations, Israel, and capitalism. He suggested the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States were the work of the U.S. government. He said he knew this because his beard is a super-sensitive antenna that can pick-up CIA radio transmissions.

Ahmadinejad also denied that he had been in the apartment of the Nicaraguan consul when he was murdered the previous evening – even though the body of the diplomat had not as yet been discovered. After an aide whispered to Ahmadinejad he backtracked on this statement: “Well, IF the Nicaraguan Consul was murdered last night by having his throat cut with a Wilkinson tempered steel razor blade, while he was wearing a flimsy silk negligee and holding a dozen roses with a card that said ‘From Mahmoud with love’, THEN I was nowhere near the place”.

Mark Kornblau, a spokesman for the U.S. mission to the U.N., said in a statement, "Takes one to know one"