An PhD educator in her 50′s shoots and kills (using a .22 pistol) a man in his 20′s who broke into her home and confronted her with a kitchen knife.
The man may have been planning on raping the woman, based on his criminal past.
Fortunately the would be victim was fast thinking, fast acting and was able to turn the tables on her would be assailant.
An angry Colombian wife dumped boiling water onto her husband's genitals as he slept after finding out he had been unfaithful, it has been claimed.
Yolivel Lopez allegedly tipped the scorching liquid on top of Nefer Netan's private parts after receiving a call from his mistress saying they had just had sex.
El Meridiano reports that Netan arrived at his home in the early hours of Tuesday morning after saying he had been out for a few drinks with friends.
Lopez allowed him to fall sleep, before going to the kitchen where she filled a pot with water and placed it on the stove to heat up.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s super political action committee on Friday endorsed former state Rep. Robin Kelly of Matteson in the special Democratic primary that is likely to decide the successor to former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
Independence USA already has spent almost $1.4 million on the contest, primarily to attack another candidate, former U.S. Rep. Debbie Halvorson of Crete, for her previous National Rifle Association support.
The super PAC said it will spend even more money on broadcast and cable TV to air its newest ad. The spot endorses Kelly, but also criticizes Halvorson and, for the first time, another top contender, state Sen. Toi Hutchinson of Olympia Fields. Hutchinson also has had NRA support in past campaigns.Read More. Hutchinson recently experienced a pair of setbacks during the short campaign. A super political action committee run by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg started airing a TV attack ad backing Kelly and attacking Hutchinson and another candidate, former one-term U.S. Rep. Debbie Halvorson of Crete, for past support from the National Rifle Association.Read More. Hey Bloomberg why don't you worry about New York instead of Chicago.