Posted in Animal

Shooters caught (Dog shot 3 times, tied to railway tracks to be run over by train)

The culprits who confessed after being caught on CCTV

Darnell Devlin
From left: Kenny Bell, 21, Natwan Callaway, Darnell Devlin & Bobby Hollinger

They have been charged with aggravated animal cruelty and will appear in court next month.

“Investigators released new details about the crime after the teen’s arrest on Wednesday. They say Hollinger threw the dog into the woods and fired at her. The dog then ran back home and sat injured on the front porch. The teens allegedly caught her and brought her back to the tracks and then tied her to the tracks where Callaway allegedly shot her several times.” (Source: WFLA)

Updated: 24 March 2015

This happened in Tampa, Florida two days ago and is all over the world news.

(1) Someone tied the pitbull mix – which is about one to two years old – to the railway tracks with a belt.


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Posted in Evangelis

Isma should strike out on their own

There’s a report today in FMT headlined ‘Isma slams weakling govt for not defending Islam‘.

Isma really shouldn’t wait for the federal government to take any concrete action because the chief of the executive branch, Najib Razak, is preoccupied with more pressing demands such as ensuring his own precarious political survival.

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Posted in CLUELESS

The Economist: Ex-premier “itching for Mr Najib to step down”

The Economist, an influential international business magazine in its latest report ‘Gathering steam‘ said, “Problems at a state investment fund are bad news for Malaysia’s prime minister” referring to 1MDB.

The London-based magazine also said:

“Mr Najib is probably more worried about criticism from within his own party, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO). The fund has long attracted sniping from factions loyal to Mahathir Mohamad, a meddling former prime minister who is itching for Mr Najib to step down.” Continue reading “The Economist: Ex-premier “itching for Mr Najib to step down””