I read this article and was figuring that the parties involved must be illegal aliens. At the conclusion of the article the AP actually acknowledged that indeed all parties involved are illegal immigrants. Kudos to the AP for being honest in their reporting for a change.
This may sound incredible, but this kind of thing happens all the time in Southern California. In fact, it happens so often that it isn’t really even reported as news anymore. JP
BARTOW, Fla. (AP) – Authorities in central Florida have a man in custody they say stabbed a friend to death and then drank his blood.
Mauricio Mendez Lopez is accused of killing Macario Cruz in a house they shared in Bartow.
Police said they believe Lopez stabbed Cruz to death because he was having an affair with his sister-in-law, Mariella Mendez. Lopez is the uncle of Mendez and Cruz’s wife.
This is breaking news. The body of Anyssia Escamilla was reportedly found in a Fontana landfill. Police have been searching for the girls body for four months now. The alleged murderer Jesus Francisco Avitia Jr killed Anyssia Escamilla because she became pregnant with his child. Avitia didn’t want a child because he wanted to become a nurse like his mommy so he killed her.
Only in America can a kid trying to make a few bucks get put out of business by an out of control government. Julie Murphy was simply trying to sell lemonade at a monthly art fair in Northeast Portland.
Unfortunately for this young lady, the government cracked down on her by asking her to fork over $120.00 for a health permit. What a shame. But when you consider that she set up shop at an art fare in one of the more socialist parts of Oregon, well it only stands to reason.
Turns out that kids’ lemonade stands — those constants of summertime — are supposed to get a permit in Oregon, particularly at big events that happen to be patrolled regularly by county health inspectors.
“I understand the reason behind what they’re doing and it’s a neighborhood event, and they’re trying to generate revenue,” said Jon Kawaguchi, environmental health supervisor for the Multnomah County Health Department. “But we still need to put the public’s health first.”