“And so, that is the epitome of a scapegoat…And I believe that people who are Caucasian are being turned into evil in front of the media,” she explained.
According to the lawsuit, ExxonMobil hired the soldiers in the late 1990s, and they were under contract with the corporation when the alleged abuses took place.
“How can I have faith in the justice system when they failed us so many times?” Stokes’ sister and 80-year-old mother are trying not to get their hopes up after years of roadblocks.
“All our front line workers are called heroes, but no one has heard they are not covering workers’ compensation cases. Morally, I think it’s reprehensible,” said attorney Jonathan Voegeli.
“We’re livid… We’re basically heating the sky,” a resident bitterly complained about the utterly foreseeable maintenance fees for the one-of-a-kind swimming pool.
Investigators say they have not yet determined whether the girl was in the dressing room before the gunfire began or if she had run in there to hide.
The police report stated that Florence claimed “the package wrapped around his penis was not his,” despite his conspicuous proximity to the drugs.
“Plenty of people were wrongfully accused all throughout the Bible, especially the Old Testament, including Jesus Christ himself,” nearly equating Kyle’s plight with that of Jesus.
Expensive steel bollards purchased for the wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for are racking up $3 million a day just for guards to watch the construction materials oxidize.
“I just wrapped up a week-long tour of the border from El Paso to McAllen, and some landowners are asking can I shoot?” the nephew of 43rd President George W. Bush asked.