Ex-College Basketball Star Killed Toddler Son, Stashed Him in Freezer for Years, Cops Say

A former college basketball star allegedly killed his toddler son then stashed the body in a freezer in his garage for at least two-and-a-half years, according to Virginia authorities.
Last May, cops received a tip that a child’s corpse was being kept inside a house in Midlothian, Maj. Michael Louth of the Chesterfield County Police Department told The Daily Beast. When they searched the home, they discovered the remains of Eliel Adon Weaver, whose exact age has not been revealed but was under the age of 5 when he died, police said.

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An American general, &c.

General Ray Odierno briefs journalists in Iraq, 2003. (Arko Datta / Reuters)
On Ray Odierno (1954–2021); another travesty on campus; the morality of capitalism; the Saudis and British soccer; Superman’s status; and more
There was some sad news last weekend: “Raymond T. Odierno, a retired Army general who commanded American and coalition forces in Iraq at the height of the war and capped a 39-year career by serving as the Army’s chief of staff, has died, his family said Saturday. He was 67.”
I have quoted a report from the Associated Press.

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An American general, &c.

General Ray Odierno briefs journalists in Iraq, 2003. (Arko Datta / Reuters)
On Ray Odierno (1954–2021); another travesty on campus; the morality of capitalism; the Saudis and British soccer; Superman’s status; and more
There was some sad news last weekend: “Raymond T. Odierno, a retired Army general who commanded American and coalition forces in Iraq at the height of the war and capped a 39-year career by serving as the Army’s chief of staff, has died, his family said Saturday. He was 67.”
I have quoted a report from the Associated Press.

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An American general, &c.

General Ray Odierno briefs journalists in Iraq, 2003. (Arko Datta / Reuters)
On Ray Odierno (1954–2021); another travesty on campus; the morality of capitalism; the Saudis and British soccer; Superman’s status; and more
There was some sad news last weekend: “Raymond T. Odierno, a retired Army general who commanded American and coalition forces in Iraq at the height of the war and capped a 39-year career by serving as the Army’s chief of staff, has died, his family said Saturday. He was 67.”
I have quoted a report from the Associated Press.

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An American general, &c.

General Ray Odierno briefs journalists in Iraq, 2003. (Arko Datta / Reuters)
On Ray Odierno (1954–2021); another travesty on campus; the morality of capitalism; the Saudis and British soccer; Superman’s status; and more
There was some sad news last weekend: “Raymond T. Odierno, a retired Army general who commanded American and coalition forces in Iraq at the height of the war and capped a 39-year career by serving as the Army’s chief of staff, has died, his family said Saturday. He was 67.”
I have quoted a report from the Associated Press.

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PIERS MORGAN: Where is ‘righteous’ President Biden’s empathy towards the innocent Afghan family

PIERS MORGAN: Where is ‘righteous’ President Biden’s empathy towards the innocent Afghan family he slaughtered with a botched drone strike – and why is the tame liberal mainstream media turning such a blind eye to an atrocity that shames America?
By Piers Morgan for MailOnline
Published: 08:32 EDT, 21 September 2021 | Updated: 08:32 EDT, 21 September 2021

Three weeks ago, a US drone strike was ordered on a white Toyota Carolla car in Kabul, Afghanistan, being driven by a suspected terrorist.

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‘But Beau Biden’ is not an excuse for bombing Afghan children

Beau Biden is, by all rights, the man of the family who should have one day become president. In fact, until his premature death from glioblastoma, the Iraq War veteran and Delaware attorney general seemed much more likely to reach the White House than his septuagenarian father.
But we all know how the story goes. The Biden heir dies, giving Barack Obama the perfect excuse to force his vice president out of 2016 contention. Hillary Clinton has the nomination fall into her lap, and she goes on to blow it.

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‘But Beau Biden’ is not an excuse for bombing Afghan children

Beau Biden is, by all rights, the man of the family who should have one day become president. In fact, until his premature death from glioblastoma, the Iraq War veteran and Delaware attorney general seemed much more likely to reach the White House than his septuagenarian father.
But we all know how the story goes. The Biden heir dies, giving Barack Obama the perfect excuse to force his vice president out of 2016 contention. Hillary Clinton has the nomination fall into her lap, and she goes on to blow it.

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‘But Beau Biden’ is not an excuse for bombing Afghan children

Beau Biden is, by all rights, the man of the family who should have one day become president. In fact, until his premature death from glioblastoma, the Iraq War veteran and Delaware attorney general seemed much more likely to reach the White House than his septuagenarian father.
But we all know how the story goes. The Biden heir dies, giving Barack Obama the perfect excuse to force his vice president out of 2016 contention. Hillary Clinton has the nomination fall into her lap, and she goes on to blow it.

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The real criminals General Milley exposed? Every Republican in the US Senate

Image via Wikimedia Commons.
Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley plotted to block Biden’s Cabinet nominees — but the scheme backfired

Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley stepped outside the realm of his constitutional power to prevent Donald Trump from starting nuclear war with China or Iran. It was definitely unconstitutional and probably illegal. But he’s not the true villain in this story; the true villain is almost never mentioned in the press.

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