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In the News, July 3rd 2008

Vermont Girl Found- Not Alive

Investigators say that they have found the body of the 12-year-old missing Vermont girl.

Her uncle, was arrested on a charge of sexually assaulting another child. Information gathered in a search of his home led police to the gravesite.
The girl he is accused of assaulting told detectives that he had been having sex with her since she was 9. She also told investigators she had a sexual encounter with the missing girl's former stepfather.


According to the affidavit, the girl recounted how when she was 9 she found a note under her pillow that said she had been chosen to be in a program for sex called "Breckenridge." She was told that her "trainer" was Jacques. She told authorities that to graduate she had to attain a 75 percent on "how you perform."

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Watermelon is as good s Viagra



Scientists in Texas say that watermelons contain an ingredient called citrulline that can trigger production of a compound that helps relax the body's blood vessels, similar to what happens when a man takes Viagra.
Found in the flesh and rind of watermelons, citrulline reacts with the body's enzymes when consumed in large quantities and is changed into arginine, an amino acid that benefits the heart and the circulatory and immune systems.
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Firefox Holds a New Record
Mozilla, developer of open-source Web browser Firefox, said on Wednesday it set a new Guinness World Record for the largest number of software downloads in 24 hours. Firefox's set a world download record with the release of Firefox 3 with 8.3 million downloads, despite hitting a bump in the road because of the heavy demand on servers, slowing downloads.

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Hostages Freed!

US Air Force via AP

3 U.S. hostages were reunited with their families in Texas after being held for 5 years by Colombian guerrillas.

Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell were U.S. government contractors who had been captured and held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or the FARC, since their plane crashed in a remote region of the South American country in February 2003.

They were among 15 hostages, including ex-Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, rescued Wednesday in a Colombian military operation, according to the country's defense minister. The rebel group still is believed to hold about 750 hostages in jungle camps.


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2 comments:

beth said...

YES! I helped set the record!

Anonymous said...

I'm so tired of hearing about those creeps. Why would the supreme court not allow the death penalty?

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