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Insane loon
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Woman who mistook car for her Uber stabbed up to 120 times, expert testifies
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July 28 2021

There were more than 100 stab wounds on a South Carolina university student killed by a man who attacked her after she mistakenly thought his car was her Uber ride, a pathologist testified Monday.

There was also so little blood left in 21-year-old Samantha Josephson's body — 20 milliliters (1.3 tablespoons) when a body typically has at least 4 liters (1 gallon) — that workers at her autopsy struggled to get enough blood for routine testing, said Dr. Thomas Beaver, who conducted the examination of the woman after her death.

The murder and kidnapping trial of Nathaniel Rowland entered its second week Monday as Beaver spent an hour methodically detailing the roughly 120 separate stab wounds on Josephson's body. He said he didn't have an exact number because there were so many.

"It gets to a point where it really doesn’t add much to the report," said Beaver, a pathologist at the Medical University of South Carolina.
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From 2019
Mexico violence: Nine bodies found hanging from bridge
Mexican police have found the bodies of nine people hanging from a bridge and seven more corpses hacked up and dumped on the road.

The massacre in the city of Uruapan in the western Michoacán state is thought to be gang-related, prosecutors say.

A banner hanging from the bridge reportedly bore the initials of one of Mexico's most powerful drug cartels.

Criminals have previously hung the bodies of their murdered victims in public to intimidate rival gangs.

"There is a turf war between the [local] cells of different criminal groups," state prosecutor Adrián López told reporters at a news conference on Thursday.

Mr López said the gangs, which he did not name, are "fighting for territorial control over the production, distribution and consumption of drugs".
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2011 San Fernando massacre
Utterly brutal, outrageously worse than ISIS

If you ever wonder why people are so desperate to get to the USA that they disregard borders, this is why.
"Fight back, take control!" is easy to say when you live comfortably without almost-literal orcs breathing down your neck every day (not that I agree with open borders).
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Mexico: 18 bodies found after suspected drug cartel gun battle
The bullet-ridden bodies of 18 men were discovered after an apparent gun battle between suspected drug cartels in Zacatecas state in northern Mexico, authorities said on Friday.

“There were 18 dead, and the confrontation occurred in the community of San Juan Capistrano, in the municipality of Valparaiso,” said Zacatecas state security department spokeswoman Rocío Aguilar.
Makes you even angrier at this BS War on Drugs nonsense. This is the most pointless war ever fought.
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Two women and man arrested for 'beating and choking police officer' in Illinois
| Daily Mail Online Two women and one man were arrested for allegedly beating and choking a police officer after he pulled their car over for driving through a stop sign in Illinois.
Jennifer Taylor, 24; Sheba Taylor, 26; and Paul Sherrod, 28, are each facing charges of aggravated battery, resisting or obstructing a police officer causing injury and aggravated assault of a peace officer, according to The Aurora Police Department. Jennifer Taylor, 24, (pictured) was also arrested and charged for Monday night's alleged attack
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Body of Reuters Photographer Was Mutilated in Taliban Custody, Officials Say
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The body of Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer Prize winner killed in Afghanistan, was unrecognizable when it was brought to a Kandahar hospital, one official said.

By Mujib Mashal July 31, 2021, 4:14 a.m. ET

NEW DELHI — The body of Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Reuters photojournalist who was killed in Afghanistan this month, was badly mutilated while in the custody of the Taliban, officials said this week.

The revelation comes amid concern that the fighting in Afghanistan, where the Taliban have carried out an aggressive military offensive since the United States withdrew nearly all its troops, has become increasingly brutal as peace talks have stalled.

Mr. Siddiqui, 38, an Indian national who took some of the most memorable news photographs from South Asia in recent years, was killed on the morning of July 16, when Afghan commandos he had accompanied to Spin Boldak, a border district recently captured by the Taliban, were ambushed. Initial photographs from the scene showed Mr. Siddiqui’s body with multiple wounds but fully intact.

But by that evening, when the body was handed over to the Red Cross and transferred to a hospital in the southern city of Kandahar, it had been badly mutilated, according to two Indian officials and two Afghan health officials there. The mutilation was reported by an Indian website, Newslaundry, in the days after Mr. Siddiqui’s killing.....................................
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