A caller reported a man, with his face painted like the Joker from the Batman movies, acting suspiciously at a movie theater. When the police arrived they discovered he had a warrant and the suspect was arrested. Police Arrive On The Scene Police arrested a man wearing “Joker” makeup at a Florida movie theater Wednesday after someone reported […]
In 1867, former Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest became the first Grand Wizard of a newly formed organization called the Ku Klux Klan. Forrest had been a slave trader before the Civil War; he was also the commanding officer during a battle known as the “Fort Pillow massacre” in Tennessee at which some 300 black Union troops were killed in 1864.
The Mexican Supreme Court has ordered the release of 20 people who were convicted in the massacre of 45 people in 1997. The court ruled that authorities obtained evidence illegally and that the defendants were denied due process and lacked an adequate defense
Gunmen killed a guard and a U.N. worker during a kidnapping attempt in northwestern Pakistan on Thursday, officials said. Tharcisse Renzaho was found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes
A United Nations court convicted a former governor of Rwanda to life in prison for his role in a 1994 genocide that left about 800,000 dead in the central African country. Tharcisse Renzaho was found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The verdict, delivered Tuesday, is the third judgment on charges of genocide delivered this year by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR)
A shooting rampage by a 17-year-old former student that has left at least 10 dead at a school in Winnenden, Germany is the latest in a series of attacks in education institutions. Here some of the major incidents. September 23, 2008: Seinajoki University of Applied Sciences, Kauhajoki, Finland.