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Woman Sets Her Husband On Fire For Sexually Abusing Her 7 Year Old Daughter

Vincent Phillips, age given as 52, was doused with a flammable liquid, by this wife, whom then lit match and ignited him while he slept. Sounds serious, yes? Well, even more seriously, Vincent Phillips, the woman’s husband, is facing 1st-Degree Child Molestation charges for allegedly harming his 7-year-old step-daughter. The question is being raised, “What should happen to the woman who took the law into he ...

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Watch ISIS Get Blown To Bits In Jordan’s EPIC 99-Second Response

Jordan was forced to watch as ISIS (also known as Daesh) released a video showing Jordan’s captured pilot encaged and being burned alive. Jordan subsequently launched an air raid campaign and vowed to “teach ISIS a lesson.” Jordan is seemingly taking the lead on the assault against Daesh, while the Obama administration hesitates and resorts to calling it “strategic patience.” Watch the video above to see a ...

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His Wife Gave Him Ultimatum: Get Rid of Newborn Son With Down Syndrome or Get Divorced … Here Is What He Chose

Samuel Forrest was thrilled to be a new dad. He was anxiously waiting outside of his wife’s hospital room when he heard his newborn son cry for the very first time. Forrest said he witnessed the pediatrician walk out of the room with his son, Leo, but his face was covered and hospital staff refused to let him see his son or wife. Then he realized something was going on. “When the doctor came out, he said ‘t ...

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He Had Just One Dilemma When He Heard Someone in His Home: ‘Varmint-Load’ or .44 Magnum

A New Smyrna Beach, Florida, homeowner was lying in bed and watching television on Thursday night when a noise inside his house grabbed his attention. David Como said his first instinct was to grab a firearm. Readily available were his .44 Magnum and a less deadly pistol, which he refers to as “varmint-load.” The decision he made likely saved a suspected robber’s life. He took the pistol with the “non-letha ...

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Genius Child Kicked Out Of School For “Not Being Able To Learn” Could Win Nobel Peace Prize

They said he would never learn, now he’ll teach them a thing or two… A genius boy whose IQ is higher than Albert Einstein is on his way to possibly winning a Nobel Prize after being set free of special education programs in public schools. His mother made the decision to take him out of the programs, even after having doctors diagnose him with Aspergers and say that her son Jacob Barnett would never even le ...

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Colorado’s Pot Revenue Is So High The State May Be Forced To Give Residents A Share Of The Profits!

DENVER (AP) — Colorado's marijuana experiment was designed to raise revenue for the state and its schools, but a state law may put some of the tax money directly into residents' pockets, causing quite a headache for lawmakers. The state constitution limits how much tax money the state can take in before it has to give some back. That means Coloradans may each get their own cut of the $50 million in recreati ...

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Facebook Is Now Tracking You Everywhere On The Internet. Here’s How To Stop It

A new Facebook privacy policy allows the site to track your activity even after you’ve left it — and all users have automatically signed up to it. The change enables it to gather data from activity across the internet, as well as the normal data it gathers on information you and your friends have added to the site. It also allows the site to pass on that information with its other branches, including Instag ...

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How to Grow Buckets Full of Blueberries at Home

Who does not love a good blueberry, I know I do! Why not grow them at home, we are talking about a fruit that takes no time at all to grow, and will thrive in a small place. Blueberries are packed with health benefits, they are filled with antioxidants and phytonutrients. They help improve memory, prevent age-related memory loss, they have a low glycemic index, regulates blood sugar levels, improve cardivas ...

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Grieving Father Of Executed Son Kills Seven ISIS Terrorists With AK-47

An Iraqi father has shot down seven ISIS terrorists with an AK-47 assault rifle in revenge for his son’s execution at their hands. The man, named Basil Ramadan, opened fire with an AK-47 on a group of ISIS militants at a checkpoint in the city of Tikrit. He killed seven terrorists, before he was killed. His son, Ahmed Ramadan, 18 years old, was executed earlier this year by ISIS terrorists, according to loc ...

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Lawmakers Drawing Up Bill To NULLIFY ALL FEDERAL GUN LAWS!

HELENA (AP) – A bill vetoed by Gov. Steve Bullock in 2013 that sought to prevent local police from enforcing federal bans on semi-automatic weapons is getting another shot in the state Legislature. Republican Rep. Art Wittich of Bozeman introduced House Bill 203 in the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and told lawmakers he’d like to expand the scope of the bill. “What I’d like to see is that the bill be ...

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The First Marijuana Vending Machine Has Been Introduced In The US

Colorado became the first US state to legalise marijuana, and now it looks as though Washington have followed suit, in full force. To commemorate such a momentous occasion, they are set to launch a weed vending machine in Seattle next Tuesday. It works just like a normal vending machine that you'd find anywhere in the UK, except it doesn't hold Walkers' Salt & Vinegar crisps and Mars Bars, but numerous ...

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Days After His Wife of More Than 60 Years Died, Man Finds This Note Tucked Inside Her Checkbook: ‘WOW’

A Mississippi man discovered a heartfelt note left by his wife of more than 60 years after she passed away earlier this month. “Please don’t cry because I died! Smile because I lived! Know that I’m in a happy place!” Billie Breland wrote to her husband Jimmy before passing away at the age of 83. “Know that we will meet again! I’ll see you there!” the note concluded. In a post left on an Alabama news website ...

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