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Houston Man ARMS Neighborhoods Ravaged with Crime with FREE PUMP SHOTGUNS (Video Report)

Featured Image: A Remington 870 Wingmaster 12-gauge shotgun, two Remington 1100 12-gauge shotguns, boxes of shells and clay targets are laid out on the fantail of the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB-63) in preparation for skeet shooting practice. CREDIT: DoD photo by: PHAN MILNE/PHAN DILLON. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)

From youtube uploaded by ThinkOutsideTheTV·

Published on Jul 28, 2013

True American Hero = This guy

Weird Crime Around the World: UK, Austria, Houston Texas (USA) (W/Video)

Due to the misconception that the United States has the ‘Lock’ on out-of-the-box crime, we present. . . EDITOR

My close friend and world record holder George Meegan posted:

From George Meegan’s Blog

Deed most foul – UK style


Brute caged for Life – The body was drained of blood. “She’s been on at me and just would not shut up.” The knife “ended up in her” after she’d hit him with a bottle. [New Year Sun newspaper.]

and from Austria:

Charlotte Higgins Blog ( Guardian UK)

Murder Most Foul?

A gruesome episode in Austria has seen an actor slit his own throat on-stage

This takes the biscuit for the weirdest story of the week. Actor Daniel Hoevels, in the final scene of Schiller’s masterpiece Mary Queen of Scots at Vienna’s Burgtheater, slit his own throat when it turned out that the prop knife he was using was in fact a real knife. The knife, mercifully, missed the carotid artery. Otherwise he could have been in real trouble. . . . Read Complete Report


from youtube

Click2Houston – Strange Crimes

Uploaded by havefun082

Uploaded on Oct 12, 2011

This clip was broadcasted in the News at 7:00am by channel 2 on 8 October 2011.

Grandmother Receives Life In Prison For First-Time Drug Offense

Photo: What is wrong with our justice system? CREDIT Curtis Gregory Perry/flickr SOURCE takepart.com

from Take Part

May 22, 2012
Why is Elisa Castillo being so harshly punished for being an unknowing participant in a drug deal?

Written by Judy Molland

The federal government didn’t offer a reward for the capture of Houston grandmother Elisa Castillo, nor did it accuse her of touching drugs, ordering killings or getting rich off crime.

But three years after a jury convicted her in a conspiracy to smuggle at least a ton of cocaine on tour buses from Mexico to Houston, the 56-year-old first-time offender is locked up for life, without the possibility of parole.

Three years ago, Elisa Castillo entered into an unusual business arrangement at the urging of her boyfriend: a Mexican businessman agreed to partner with her to purchase three tour buses that would travel between Mexico and Houston. He fronted the money for the buses, but they were kept in her name. Castillo claims she was unaware the buses were also fitted with secret compartments enabling them to smuggle cocaine across the border, but she was convicted nonetheless.

Locked Up For Life Because She Couldn’t Trade Valuable Information . . . Read Complete Report