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5 HOURS AGO - New York Post

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Meet the world’s most heinous cannibal killers

Warning: Graphic content It was a crime that shocked the nation. In the sleepy town of Aberdeen, NSW, Australian woman Katherine Knight butchered her lover John Price to death, skinned him and put him on a meat hook before decapitating him and boiling his head on February 29, 2000. She served Price’s cooked flesh with...

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5 HOURS AGO - New York Post

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Meet the world’s worst cannibal killers

Warning: Graphic content It was a crime that shocked the nation. In the sleepy town of Aberdeen, NSW, Australian woman Katherine Knight butchered her lover John Price to death, skinned him and put him on a meat hook before decapitating him and boiling his head on February 29, 2000. She served Price’s cooked flesh with...

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7 HOURS AGO - New York Post

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Valentine’s Day is now a crime in Iran

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran says it is cracking down on Valentine’s Day celebrations and shops engaging in them will be guilty of a crime. Iranian news outlets reported the police directive Friday warning retailers against promoting “decadent Western culture through Valentine’s Day rituals.” Police informed Tehran’s coffee and ice cream shops trade union to avoid...

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8 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Woman convicted of 3rd-degree murder in boyfriend's death

Prosecutors allege that she staged the crime scene to make it appear that Gailie shot himself. Alinsky bowed her head and wiped away tears as the verdict was announced by the jury, which also convicted her of evidence-tampering.

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9 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Man whose fraud case prompted legal changes gets 4 years

SEATTLE (AP) — A man whose unauthorized use of his clients' money prompted changes in Washington state law has been sentenced to four years in prison — even more than federal prosecutors asked for. In 2011, without permission, Dance invested clients' money in what he thought were development projects, including a golf course. [...] Dance himself wound up being defrauded, ...

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