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And for the life of me I can't see the relevance in the Jedi inclusion
Originally posted by QBSneak000
Also to add: He probably removed her teeth and fingers so it would take longer to identify her so it would give him more time to get away.
Well, we'll get the opportunity to see if 'hope' and 'death' are played out again on the media stage. You could well be right, although it's probably true that this could be applied (with a bit of tweaking if needed) to any number of news items in any 24 hour period
In an interview with TMZ, Kevin Walker, the manager of the Thunderbird Motel in Hope B.C., where the body of suspected killer Ryan Jenkins was found hanging from a coat rack Sunday, told of his shocking discovery.
He used a belt.
If you find that your traveling companion has just somehow hung himself on a coat rack with a belt do you not get help.
The gentleman next door said, when they came into the room, she was here for about twenty minutes and she was gone. And she never came bac
The manager went on to tell reporters that the woman was "extremely calm" when she checked in, that there was no suicide note that he saw, and that Jenkins' feet were touching the ground as he hung, which would indicate a sedative of some sort may have been used during the suicide. The woman was driving a PT Cruiser with Alberta license plates.
California police are focusing on the search for Jasmine Fiore's car and examining Ryan Jenkins's cell phone records in the final stage of their investigation into the murder of the California model.
Buena Park police have issued a search warrant for Ryan Jenkins's cell phone records and are actively searching for the white Mercedes that belonged to Jasmine Fiore to help determine who may have helped with the disposal of the Fiore's mutilated body.
The body was found stuffed in a suitcase in a Buena Park, Calif. dumpster on Saturday, Aug. 15.
So why did American liberals believe Obama would bring home the healthcare bacon? Because they live in an ideological cupcake land. It's a big neighborhood, a very special place where "Your vote is important," and "by electing the right candidate, you can change our beloved nation." Most of America lives in that neighborhood, even though they've never personally met. It's a place where the shrubbery and flowerbeds of such things as "values" and "hope" bloom. Hope that our desires coupled with the efforts of a good and decent president can affect "change." Evidently these voters never heard the old adage, "Hope in one hand and piss in the other, and see which one fills up first."
The slaughter of the innocents by the healthcare lobby has pretty much extinguished the political usefulness of the word hope. Nobody, especially Obama, uses it now.
The first on-stage scuffle of the Obama administration, government assured healthcare, quickly settled down into the accustomed scenario of very rich and powerful people in expensive suits "finding middle ground," otherwise known as the status quo. Single payer healthcare soon became "a consumer government alternative to private insurance," and is now "a system of health cooperatives. Next comes "slightly better health insurance (but not medical services) than before, from the same insurance companies but at twice the price; don't worry though, we're increasing your tax load so you can afford it."
The televised screaming matches, having served their purpose, are over now. The presidency and the nation have settled back into the normalcy of the officially sanctioned state consciousness and its curious non-language, one modified and shaped daily by corporate and government symbiosis. Over generations we've come to internalize this imagistic language, which is quite theatrical when heated up for public consumption and dully bureaucratic when attention is to be avoided. But always it is void of content and any sort of truth. In the corporately managed theater state, it's not whether a thing is true that matters, but how it sounds and looks and what you call it. Call end of life counseling a "death panel," and you've just turned mercy and choice into one more Great Satan.
Fiore was allegedly murdered and then mutilated by her former husband, Ryan Jenkins, who had married the model just two days after meeting her in a Las Vegas casino. Their marriage was subsequently annulled.
A telephone tip from a concerned citizen has led Los Angeles police to what appears to be the location of Jasmine Fiore's missing white Mercedes CL S550, widely considered to be the final piece of the puzzle in a heavily publicized killingn.