They are the most seemingly unapologetic killers in the world. Despite the gruesome story behind their alleged slaughter of a young woman, these three brash Thai suspects have become overnight celebrities for all the wrong reasons. They became known as the “murder babes” after going on the run for brutally killing and dismembering a karaoke...
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Rick Vaughn never did get a championship ring with the Cleveland Indians, but Charlie Sheen found another way to procure one. The famed actor was revealed to be the owner of Babe Ruth’s 1927 World Series ring, along with an original copy of the sale document sending the Great Bambino to New York, and is...
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The friendly farmer from Babe is facing jail time — for a cause.
James Cromwell, a climate activist, was sentenced to one week in jail for his arrest during a protest at a New York power plant in 2015. Two other environmental activists, Pramilla Malick and Madeline Shaw, were also sentenced by a judge in Wawayanda, N.Y.
Cromwell helped stage a sit-in at a natural gas site run by Competitive Power Ventures. He and his fellow activists were charged with obstruction of traffic. Cromwell was sentenced to a jail sentence after he didn't pay an assigned fine — another form of protest.
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