L.A. Laker fans must have hoped that their team’s imploding in this year’s NBA playoffs during coach Phil Jackson’s likely last season was the end of the this year’s Staples Center soap opera.
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After the Fall
“But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” — Jesus, according to Matthew’s Gospel Over a period of 14 years, Father John Hanlon of St. Mary’s in Plymouth, Massachusetts, would occasionally take boys under his charge to a nude beach
Louisiana newlyweds want justice of peace fired
Two newlyweds are fighting for the dismissal of the justice of the peace who refused them a marriage license because they are of different races. “We’ve retained an attorney, and we’re in the process of taking the next steps in order to make sure that (the justice of the peace) loses his job,” Beth McKay told CNN’s “American Morning” on Monday
Newlywed won’t tolerate ‘overt racism’ by Louisiana official
The woman who was denied a marriage license by a Louisiana justice of the peace because he refused to marry interracial couples said the official should lose his job. Beth McKay said she never could have expected what she heard from Tangipahoa Parish’s 8th Ward Justice of the Peace Keith Bardwell when she called his office a week ago to officiate her marriage to her African-American fiance, Terence.
Police: Man shoots 4 family members, then himself
A man shot his estranged wife to death, along with their son and grandson, before turning the gun on himself as police closed in, authorities in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, said Sunday. Dennis Carter Sr., 50, also shot and critically injured his pregnant daughter-in-law, the parish sheriff’s office said in a statement