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Paul Ceglia, 43

Facebook ‘co-founder’ on the run after alleging CIA plot to kill him

One of the co-founders of Facebook is on the run after going public with claims that the CIA were involved with the creation of the social media site. Paul Ceglia, 43, disappeared while under house arrest and claimed that the CIA have tried to kill him. He went on the run with his wife Lasia, two teen sons and their[Read More...]

Taj Patterson

Hasidic Jewish men avoid jail after brutal beating of black man

Two Hasidic Jewish men who admitted to brutally beating up and blinding a gay, black man in New York City have been spared jail. Instead they were sentenced to 150 hours community sentence and only had to pay $1,400 to the victim in compensation. Fashion student Taj Patterson has been left permanently blind in his right eye after being set[Read More...]

Police officer beats pregnant woman into an early miscarriage

Police officer beats pregnant woman into an early miscarriage

A pregnant woman from the US has filed a lawsuit after a police officer beat her so badly that she suffered a miscarriage. Lawyers for Kenya Harris said that police officer Ryan Jenkins threatened to beat her up when she came to pick her son up – a minor – up when he had been arrested. Ms Harris had gone[Read More...]

Actor Corey Feldman speaks out about Hollywood paedophile ring

Actor Corey Feldman speaks out about Hollywood paedophile ring

A former child star has spoken out against the abuse he suffered at the hands of Hollywood paedophiles. Corey Feldman has described how he and Corey Haim was repeatedly groomed, molested and plied with alcohol by a producer at the age of 11. His comments came just days after another former child star, Elijah Wood spoke out against paedophilia in[Read More...]

Brits resent Tony Blair’s military invasion

Brits resent Tony Blair’s military invasion

The majority of Brits cannot absolve former prime minister Tony Blair of his war crimes, according to a new poll. Research published by YouGov revealed that just eight per cent of Britons believe that Tony Blair did nothing wrong. However, 53 per cent said that his actions can never be excused. A further 15 per cent said it was time[Read More...]