Following outrage across America after George Zimmerman was found not guilty for the murder of Trayvon Martin, Floridian legislators are set to introduce a set of new laws to make sure injustice never prevails again.
Holden is counting on the Ford closure announcement and the nationalism of the masses to apply the pressure it needs to fund its flailing operation. Holden has labeled the $265 million figure as “purely speculative,” with a spokesperson for Holden saying “We don’t want to be greedy, but we will only accept nine figure handouts.”
Accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty to all charges. That’s his right, but not everyone thinks it should be. Jack Spangled, enthusiastic American, is calling for a change to the law.
The public of rural France have expressed their outrage at the world-famous cycling event, complaining that thanks to the new, strict regulation of doping, the race seems to be ‘taking freaking forever’.
In an interview with The Copenhagen Post, Police Spokesman Henrik Suhr confessed that the crime rate in Denmark is still low, despite the ongoing popularity of gritty Danish crime dramas like Broen and Forbrydelsen.