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Tunis, Tunisia--Under the incredulous eyes of the participants at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in Tunis, Tunisia, journalists and human rights defenders were manhandled, insulted, and then beaten...
..."There is democracy in Tunisia, but this is a bad lot", shouted one of the police officers before beating Mestiri about the head, then on his back. 3:25 AM
Friday, November 18, 2005
Nor Rama Lama Ding Dong
I thought I made up Hanuramakwanzmas. I did not. And I'm just as glad I didn't.
Thursday, November 17, 2005
My Second Wind
I'm feeling re-innovigorated by the two unprecedented posts directly below. There's the post with a title and no body, and then there's an "untitled" post. And there were days of non-posts with no titles whatsoever preceding those. I'm honing my style to the vanishing point here. This rollercoaster may have no wheels, no peaks and no troughs, but it's got some furious motion dashes painted on the side. Buckle up and hang on, vicars of speed, I'm at the controls and I have no idea how they work.
HUNTSVILLE, Texas - An inmate was executed Wednesday evening for a Christmas Eve killing spree 12 years ago that left a man and two of his children dead.
...Relatives bringing Christmas gifts to the home of Roberto Rios in 1993 in Baytown, just east of Houston, discovered the three bodies.
Rios, 32, had been shot, beaten and stabbed, a steak knife still in his neck. His 11-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter were upstairs in the small house, both shot in the head.
"When you're at a murder scene looking at dead kids and there's Christmas presents around and you look at the TV and 'It's A Wonderful Life' is playing, it took me five years before I could watch that movie again," Baytown Detective Randy Rhodes said Tuesday.
This reminds me to mention that Court TV's Friday night Forensic Files marathons are the only really good reason I can think of to own a television, at this low moment in the culture. You need one to give the cop casing your murder scene an incongratuitous, living-room frisson too, of course, but I mean the only good reason to own one that will actually benefit you.