‘…Shortly after Nolen stormed out of the human resources office, an employee had telephoned the on-site office of Mark Vaughan, the company’s chief operating officer, telling Vaughan that Nolen was out of control.
‘Vaughan, an Oklahoma County reserve deputy sheriff, arrived at the main building carrying a rifle. There, Vaughan confronted Nolen, then shot and wounded him.
‘Authorities say Vaughan’s quick actions saved the life of Johnson and possibly others.
‘Moore police responded to what they believed was an active-shooter situation. Once they arrived, they found the victims and evacuated the building. The department’s tactical team then searched the building…’
CONFIRMED: MH-17 Victims Dead Before Crash
‘…And what of the numerous reports, from completely separate sources, that bodies found in the wreckage of the purported Flight MH17, were already heavily decomposed and drained of blood, within one day of the crash, with many showing evidence of having been tortured? –
‘Several other details shown in this clip point to the scene of the crash as being heavily tampered, with invalid passports neatly piled together with their boarding passes, showing no sign of a 33,000-foot impact or fire of any kind, let alone human use. Many were invalid, clipped or hole-punched and would not have been admissible for boarding the plane.
‘More importantly, the plane, itself shows evidence of not being the designated plane on more than one count. The ID for the plane scheduled for Flight MH 17 was 9M-MRD…’
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5 Actors Who Wrote Books That Are Actually Good
10 Celebrity Books That Are Actually Worth Reading
Steve Martin and Tina Fey are on the list
‘Books by celebrities are usually a mess of ghost-writing (ie. written entirely by someone else with the famous person’s name slapped on the cover), sob stories, and entirely pointless tidbits and anecdotes. They sell because we’re collectively obsessed with getting intimate, unknown details about famous people’s inner lives, snapped up by super fans out of loyalty or a weird feeling of curiosity. They are nearly always not worth the time or money.
‘But don’t despair, book-lovers who also like celebrities! Because there are some exceptions to the rule. There are in fact some celebrities who are actually qualified to write truly great books, whether they’re hilarious, moving, or informative. Here are 10 books, written by celebrities, that are actually worth reading…’