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Law enforcement testimony suggests Wafer’s firing of the shotgun may have been unintentional, undercutting a legal defense of self-defense.
FAA reversal, UNHRC mischief, WaPo: disarm Hamas
https://twitter.com/IsraelHatzolah/status/491978983651545088 Last night the FAA lifted its restriction on American airlines flying to Ben Gurion Airport. The FAA has lifted its restrictions on U.S. airline flights into and out of Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport…
HEARTBREAKING: IDF Soldiers Dmitri Lavitas (26) Natan Cohen (23) killed yesterday in Gaza after being hit by sniper. pic.twitter.com/tKE9zuovrC— Israel News Feed (@IsraelHatzolah) July 23, 2014
“Khaybar, Khaybar ya yahud”
While visiting the NYSE to ring the closing bell Wednesday, Medal of Honor recipient Ryan Pitts seemed surprised as he then accidentally broke the gavel.
Republicans for Who?
New information suggests Lois Lerner’s infamous hard drive may be recoverable after all
Afternoon witnesses were Carmen Beasley, who interacted with McBride at crash site, and LEO Ruben Gonzalez, who was among first responders at shooting scene.
Sometimes it’s better to say nothing at all.
Skeleton comes out of the closet.
Today began the 2nd degree murder trial of Theodore Wafer for the shooting death of Renisha McBride on his Detroit front porch.
and yes, broken glass littered the streets
The anti-Israel academic boycott by African Literature Association violates Hobart’s anti-discrimination policies.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution reviewed video surveillance and noted discrepancies between what they viewed and what was described in police detective’s testimony.
Will cancellation of flights into Ben-Gurion Airport lead to increased military firepower, or diplomatic solution?
Judge today also imposes gag order on the attorney in trial of Joseph Walker in the killing of Joseph Harmey Jr.