And speaking of names, a mystery man arrested more than three weeks ago for trespass is imprisoned in Utah, USA, but police have yet to determine his identity. He refuses to tell them his name. Even his fingerprints have come up with nothing. And police have not circulated his photo yet, but he is a guest of the state with all rights, food, cell and bed privilleges.
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Oslo Butcher and self-styled saviour of Christendom, Anders Behring Breivik, found little space to gloat as a judge denied him the publicity he craves and heard him in camera. He also denied him a chance to soil another police uniform. The self-confessed mass killer now claims he did not act alone! Now, thousands of Facebook users are mobilising to ensure he does not get propagate his radical views and surly the memory of his 68 victims. Enough said.
Last Sunday, when New York became the sixth and largest state to recognise same-sex weddings, hundreds of same-sex couples obtained marriage licenses. Gay rights advocates are hoping for the eventual legalisation of gay marriage nationwide, making short shrift of the “Marriage is to be between a Man and a Woman” in the Bible’s Genesis 2:23-24.
Pssst, Psssst...Yes, you Prof Lumumba. Noticed anyone lurking around your corridors lately, lugging a bag of returnee cash, a sheaf of title deeds and two log books, complete with face mask? No? Thought as much. Can’t rely on these Kenyan lootmasters.