‘Afghan police said they are investigating how a wild bird came to bear an antenna, electronic devices and explosives. Police came across the strange sight around 8 a.m. in the northern Faryab province, a volatile region ravaged by Taliban violence. When police spotted the white bird — which isn’t native to the area and appeared larger than an eagle — walking along a highway, they noticed it had an antenna and decided to shoot it, provincial police chief Maj. Gen. Abdul Nabi Ilham told NBC News on Saturday. The bird then exploded, he said, and “suspicious metal stuff” scattered around.
‘”We are gathering all the stuff, but found parts of what looks to be GPS and a small camera,” Ilham said. He added that this was the first time police have made such an encounter. Police added that it is possible the bird had been “deployed” on a surveillance mission. Using animals in warfare or for suicide missions is unusual but not unheard of. Hamas militants reportedly put explosives on a donkey and pushed it in the direction of Israeli soldiers as fighting intensified this summer in Gaza…’
How the DA tricked the Grand Jury the Ferguson case
What the two crooked ADAs told the jury about the law when they were asked direct legal questions by the jury:
“As far as you need to know, you don’t need to worry about that. We don’t want to get into a law class.”
‘This was no accident. It was calculated in advance by the DA and executed by his two amoral stooges who, believe me, will be richly rewarded for their villainy. I assume you know that the killer cop – who will never go to trial – had his legal bills paid for by tax payers, continued to receive full pay from the time he pulled the trigger, and was the recipient of at least $400,000 in donations by “concerned citizens.”…’
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‘Tis the season for mobile shopping
‘This coming weekend, expect to see many of your fellow shoppers checking for deals on their smartphones while braving the lines and crowds at the mall. Nearly 50% of 25-34 year-olds use their phone to shop online while standing in line at a store. And because we want to help you research products more easily this holiday weekend, we’re rolling out new mobile features to Google Shopping.
‘Starting this week, when you search for a specific product on your smartphone or tablet you’ll see more detailed information about the product and where to buy it, like which stores have it available and product reviews from customers. You’ll also be able to rotate selected products on Google Shopping in 360 degrees to see them in more detail…’