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  • Man Charged After Corralling Suspected Vandals In Closet (arresting the victim)

    06/16/2013 8:28:41 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 53 replies
    © 2013 Deerfield Media (Rochester) Licensee, LLC (WHAM TV) ^ | Updated: 6/15 9:27 pm | Reported by: Sean Carroll
    Clyde, N.Y. --- A Wayne County man is now facing four charges for Endangering the Welfare of a Child after he interrupted an act of vandalism at a home he was renovating for his father-in-law. The incident unfolded around 9 p.m. Saturday when Jesse Daniels said he told his wife to call 911 after he heard loud noises coming from the home next door and saw an individual striking a wall with a hammer. Daniels... ran next door and found four children, ages eight and ten, doing damage to the property. Daniels said he took a hammer from one of...
  • Megyn Kelly: FBI Was ‘Shocked’ to See Judge ‘Waltz’ in and Give Suspect Miranda Rights

    04/25/2013 10:20:15 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 3 replies
    theblaze.com ^ | 4-25-2013 | Jonathon M. Seidl
    Regular viewers of Fox News are used to seeing popular host Megyn Kelly on their televisions every afternoon, but on Thursday morning Kelly made a special appearance during the morning to break some surprising information: according to her sources, the FBI was “shocked” to see a magistrate “waltz into” the hospital room of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and read him his Miranda rights. So why were they shocked? According to Kelly, the FBI was under the understanding that they would get much more time with Tsarnaev under the “public safety exemption” before he was read his rights. Adding to the shock: the...
  • Report: Federal Judge Compromised Investigation By Prematurely Mirandizing Tsarnaev

    04/25/2013 5:50:27 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 64 replies
    breitbart.com/Big-Government ^ | 4-25-2013 | John Nolte
    Thanks to the "Public Safety Exception" to Miranda (which was created in 1980), the government is not forced to choose between treating a suspect as an enemy combatant or immediately allowing said suspect to hide behind an attorney and the right to remain silent. In extraordinary circumstances, when a suspect is believed to be part of a broader conspiracy that might result in the loss of innocent life, authorities have 48 hours to question the suspect before mirandizing him. Dzokhar Tsarnaev, the man suspected of being a co-conspirator in the Boston Marathon bombings, was mirandized after only 16 hours of...
  • Grand Rapids all-time great bowler Marion Ladewig leaves behind lasting legacy

    04/17/2010 9:25:42 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 1 replies · 231+ views
    The Grand Rapids Press ^ | April 16, 2010 | Greg Johnson
    Marion Ladewig's legacy is reflected in yellowed newspaper clippings, record books, multiple halls of fame and in the memories of those who watched her win bowling's biggest national events and then provide color commentary on a popular local bowling television show... Ms. Ladewig, a lifelong Grand Rapids resident regarded internationally as the greatest woman bowler ever, died Friday of heart failure, her daughter LaVonne Vicari said. She was 95...
  • Special Olympics bowler: I can beat the president!

    03/20/2009 1:38:31 PM PDT · by ari-freedom · 48 replies · 1,747+ views
    AP ^ | Mar 20, 2009 | COREY WILLIAMS
    ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - The top bowler for the Special Olympics looks forward to meeting President Barack Obama in an alley. "He bowled a 129. I bowl a 300. I could beat that score easily," Michigan's Kolan McConiughey (KO-lahn Mc-KAHNA-he) told The Associated Press in an interview Friday.
  • Man loses tooth as bowlers brawl over etiquette

    03/20/2009 6:31:39 AM PDT · by stainlessbanner · 42 replies · 1,192+ views
    yahoo ^ | 19-March
    ROCKLIN, Calif. – Police said a dispute over bowling etiquette led one man to assault another with a 16-pound ball, knocking out one of the man's teeth. They said a 24-year-old man hit a man in the face with the bowling ball during a melee involving six bowlers at the Rocklin AMF Lanes. Two groups got into a fist fight about 12:40 a.m. Thursday after two bowlers approached the lane at the same time. They couldn't agree which should go first.
  • President Obama Jokes About Being a Bad Bowler: 'It's Like the Special Olympics'

    03/19/2009 7:06:51 PM PDT · by cdchik123 · 386 replies · 16,812+ views
    ABC ^ | March 19, 2009 | Jake Tapper
    The first appearance by a sitting president on "The Tonight Show" may well end up being the last. President Obama, in his taping with Jay Leno Thursday afternoon, attempted to yuk it up with the funnyman, and ended up insulting the disabled. Towards the end of his approximately 40-minute appearance, the president talked about how he's gotten better at bowling and has been practicing in the White House bowling alley. He bowled a 129, the president said. "That's very good, Mr. President," Leno said sarcastically. It's "like the Special Olympics or something," the president said. When asked about the remark,...
  • Legendary Bowler Dick Weber Dies at 75

    02/14/2005 10:22:11 PM PST · by Silver Bird Worker · 112 replies · 2,289+ views
    ST. LOUIS — Dick Weber (search), considered by many to be among the greatest bowlers ever and a three-time bowler of the year, has died. He was 75. Weber died in his sleep Sunday night at his home in the St. Louis area, said Steve James, retired executive director of the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame (search). A cause of death was not known. Weber had just returned from the opening of the congress' championships in Baton Rouge, La. James spent Sunday morning with Weber, who gave no indication he was ill. "He was a lot bigger than the...
  • Dick Weber, one of bowling's greats, dies (75)

    02/14/2005 8:53:01 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 24 replies · 1,178+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 2/14/05 | Jim Salter - AP
    ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Dick Weber, one of bowling's first national stars and a three-time bowler of the year, died. He was 75. Weber died Sunday night in his sleep at his home in the St. Louis area, said Steve James, retired executive director of the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame. A cause of death was not immediately known. Weber had just returned from the opening of the congress' championships in Baton Rouge, La. James said he spent Sunday morning with Weber, who gave no indication he was ill. In an e-mail to the Bowlers Journal, Weber's wife, Juanita,...