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  • Poll: Armstrong, Te’o, Culter among most-disliked American athletes

    02/08/2013 7:16:05 AM PST · by george76 · 16 replies
    Manti Te’o and Lance Armstrong both started the year with headlines they would just as soon like to forget. Now, they are part of a list just as humbling, as Forbes has published a list of the most disliked American athletes. ... Here’s the final tally: 1.Manti Te’o 15% Appeal 2.Lance Armstrong 15% Appeal 3.Tiger Woods 19% Appeal 4.Jay Cutler 21% Appeal 5.Metta World Peace 21% Appeal 6.Alex Rodriguez 22% Appeal 7.Michael Vick 23% Appeal 8.Kurt Busch 27% Appeal 9.Kobe Bryant 27% Appeal ... One of those names is former Denver Bronco Jay Cutler. The quarterback lost a lot of...
  • Arson suspect defended: He's no terrorist, parents say of son(ELF)

    03/04/2005 9:21:09 AM PST · by knews_hound · 38 replies · 970+ views
    The Sacramento Bee ^ | 3/4/2005 | Sam Stanton
    Arson suspect defended: He's no terrorist, parents say of son Published 2:15 am PST Friday, March 4, 2005 NEWCASTLE - Greg and Ryan Lewis were out painting the barn on their hilltop property last month when the well-dressed men showed up along the ridge. "We thought they were Jehovah's Witnesses," Greg Lewis said. But the visitors weren't handing out religious tracts; they were FBI agents investigating firebombs placed in at least three construction sites since Dec. 27. Within hours, the agents would arrest 21-year-old Ryan and begin a painstaking search of the sprawling, two-story home the young man helped his...