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Central Mexico earthquake kills more than 200, topples buildings

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(CNN) — Rescuers searched for survivors through the night after Tuesday’s powerful earthquake shook Mexico City and surrounding states, killing scores and leaving many trapped under collapsed buildings.

At least 248 people died in Mexico City — the country’s capital — and in the states of Puebla, Mexico and Morelos, officials said.

The epicenter of the 7.1-magnitude earthquake was 2.8 miles (4.5 kilometers) east-northeast of San Juan Raboso and 34.1 miles (55 km) south-southwest of the city of Puebla, in Puebla state, according to the US Geological Survey.

President Enrique Peña Nieto said 22 bodies were found in the debris of an elementary school in Mexico City that collapsed due to the earthquake. At least 30 children were still missing Tuesday night, he said.

“We are facing a new national emergency,” Peña Nieto told citizens earlier on his first address following the earthquake.

Thousands of soldiers, rescuers and civilians — including college students — were working side by side to dig through tall piles of rubble after dozens of buildings crumbled earlier on Tuesday.

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Some carried away buckets full of debris while others called out the names of those who have been rescued. At times, rescuers asked for total silence as they tried to hear voices coming from under the debris.

The quake left the busiest city in Mexico in chaos. Windows buckled and shattered, falling several stories to the ground while thousands of people streamed into the streets running away from buildings and potential gas leaks.

People struggled to get home when power poles that toppled in the quake blocked the streets and the public transportation system temporarily shut down operations. Nearly 5 million customers were still without power early Wednesday.

All public and private schools in Mexico City and some of the states affected by the earthquake will remain closed until further notice, Education Minister Aurelio Nuño tweeted.

Tuesday’s earthquake took place on the anniversary of a devastating earthquake that killed thousands in Mexico City in 1985. Just hours before the quake hit, many people took part in drills and commemorative events.

“God bless the people of Mexico City. We are with you and will be there for you,” US President Donald Trump tweeted.

Photographer: Moment turns to terror

Adrian Wilson, a photographer from New York City who was visiting his fiancee, was eating in the capital when the earthquake struck.

“The floor gently rocked as if a big truck went by,” Wilson said. “It then amplified in waves and the whole room started shaking. The building is from the 1930s and just survived a big earthquake, so I knew I would be OK.”

Wilson told CNN: “The doors were flapping open, the windows, everything.”

He took a quick video to show his children, he said.

“It’s almost a roller coaster ride, where you think, wow, this is kind of cool. But then all of a sudden, you’re like this isn’t cool at all,” he said.

He looked outside and saw helicopters, and burning and collapsed buildings. “Then you realize … this is no joy ride for anybody.”

Ricardo Ramos, a TV producer from Los Angeles, was scouting a location in a Mexico City cafe when the quake hit. He ran out into the street.

“Thank you, God, for keeping us safe once again. We got to experience another terrible #earthquake, this time during a location scout,” he wrote on Instagram.

‘It was nerve-wracking’

Luis Ramos, who owns an airline business management company, said he was in a meeting near Mexico’s main airport when the ground started to shake.

“We evacuated and when we got outside the roads were moving up and down and trees were falling,” he told CNN. “It was nerve-wracking. ”

Ramos said he got into a car with his driver and went to check on his 99-year-old grandfather, Pedro Cabrero, who lives in a high rise.

“On the elevated roadway, I could see smoke and hear explosions,” he said. “I saw a lot of damaged buildings where the exteriors had fallen. I saw some collapsed buildings.”

Ramos said his grandfather was safe. After the earthquake, the two drove around the capital trying to find a place to eat. “He tells me he’s ready for a tequila,” he said of his grandfather.

‘Furniture fell over’

The September 19, 1985, earthquake registered at magnitude-8.0 and killed an estimated 9,500 people in and around Mexico City. That quake left a huge scar on the city, resulting in changes in building codes and greater protections against earthquakes, such as the drills that took place hours earlier.

Dorothy Munoz told CNN that she was watching a TV special on the 1985 earthquake when the earth shook for real.

“A fish tank fell to the floor,” the Mexico City resident said. “Decorations around the apartment fell and broke. Furniture fell over.”

Munoz grabbed her dogs and raced to the street, where people were told not to return to their apartments until buildings were checked for structural damage and gas leaks.

Tuesday’s earthquake came more than one week after a magnitude-8.1 earthquake struck off the southern coast of the country, killing at least 90, according to the governor of the hard-hit state of Oaxaca.

“This is one of those moments where we all need to come together,” Ramos said.

Human Meat Found In McDonald’s Meat Factory !!!

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In the last few years there were many controversy regarding the food served at McDonald’s. Still, all of you will agree that the latest speculation about the meat this famous fast food chain uses exceeds all expectations.

Namely, there is one report which contains a shocking audio confession by a man claiming McDonald’s uses human meat as a filler in their 100% beef hamburgers along with proved facts that McDonald’s has been accused of using worm meat fillers was published recently.

This shocking report impelled food inspectors to investigate the matter further. What is even more shocking, allegedly they have found human and horse meat in the freezers of an Oklahoma City McDonald’s meat factory. In addition, inspectors found human meat in several trucks on their way to deliver the burgers to the fast food restaurants.

There are other reports that suggest that upon inspecting McDonald’s factories and food restaurants throughout the country, food authorities found human meat in even 90% of the locations, while horse meat was found in 65% of the locations.

Lloyd Harrison is FBI agent, and for Huzler he stated: “The worst part is that it’s not only human meat, it’s child meat. The body parts were found across the US factories and were deemed too small to be adult body parts. This is truly horrible.”

When it comes to cannibalism it originated thousands of years ago. Actually there are few tribes today that still practice it as a cultural cult.

Unfortunately we can conclude that cannibalism is present in the modern world. In 2013 a North Korean man was sentenced to death for killing his children for food. In America the people who supported eating human meat, Jeffrey Dahmer and Albert Fish, were proclaimed insane.

After these investigations and breakthroughs, the public and consumers are expecting answers from McDonald’s fast food restaurants. The question is how long has this human meat been used? Where did those children come from?

It is fact that McDonald’s facilities are under thorough investigation and authorities are hopeful to have all of these questions answered as soon as possible. Well, our advice is at the meantime to avoid these places and their food altogether!

Shocking! 50 Cent Shot 9 Times Again Outside His Home. Meek Mill Might Be The Culprit!

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After Meek Mill dropped a track called “Give ’em hope” wherein he disses 50 Cent, they have been on an ever-growing war with one another. Meek also referred to Vivica Fox’s comments about 50 being gay. New York police have alleged that 50 Cent might have been shot 9 times Monday afternoon outside his home in Connecticut.

Meek Mill allegedly traveled down from his hometown in Philadelphia.

He did it for the sole purpose of ending the life of 50 Cent. Meek was infuriated by 50 Cent’s posts on Instagram about him.

Serial killer Joanna Dennehy ‘besotted’ with ‘highly intelligent’ woman lecturer she met in jail

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Serial killer Joanna Dennehy is “besotted” with a former university lecturer jailed for attacking police and hospital staff, it has been claimed.

Dennehy, 35, murdered three men and stabbed two more before she was locked up for life in 2013.

She is said have struck up an intense friendship with a fellow inmate Alexandra Crouzieres at Bronzfield Prison for women in Ashford, Surrey.

The 37-year-old mum was serving her second spell behind bars for racially abusing a doctor, biting a nurse and assaulting two police officers during an appalling incident at Maidstone Hospital.

Crouzieres was not long out of prison having been jailed for dangerous driving having crashed her car while more than three times the legal alcohol limit.

Despite her thuggish behaviour, she is described as “highly intelligent” and once lectured at a college.

Sources say she met Dennehy in the prison gym and became “inseparable”.

She has since visited her several times after being released.

The pair sparked a security alert when Crouzieres gave Dennehy a ring.

When approached by The Sun, Crouzieres denied the two women are a couple: “She’s just one of many friends I made in jail.

“When I go there we chat about nails and shoes and clothes and celebrities.”

Dennehy lost a claim for compensation last year over being locked up in solitary.

She was granted legal aid and her QC told the High Court his client had been left “tearful and upset”.

But a judge threw the case out.

Similar cases have led to bills totalling hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Dennehy was given a whole- life sentence after killing Lukasz Slaboszewski, 31, Kevin Lee, 48, and John Chapman, 56, in Peterborough, Cambs.

She also pleaded guilty to the attempted murders of Robin and John Rogers, 57, in Hereford.

She told a psychiatrist “killing just got more-ish”.

After being locked up at HMP Bronzefield in Surrey, Dennehy plotted to slay a guard and use their severed finger to bypass biometric security.

How notorious serial killer John Joubert’s days of slaying children came to an end

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On Sept. 18, 1983, Danny Joe Eberle, 13, picked up his bundle of newspapers, loaded it on his bicycle, and pedaled off on his route delivering the Sunday Omaha World-Herald.

A few hours later, complaints started coming into the newspaper; the “sunrise edition” was late. Only three homes along Danny’s route in Bellevue, Neb., a quiet Omaha suburb, had gotten their delivery.

Danny’s father, Leonard, went out to search and found his son’s bicycle, with the papers, propped up against a fence near the start of his route. “He was proud of that bike,” Leonard Eberle told reporters — there was no way he would have left it, at least not willingly.

Three days later, investigators found Danny’s body, bound ankle and wrist, in a wooded area near the Offutt Air Force Base. There were eight stab wounds, as well as slashes and human bite marks on his body, but no signs of sexual assault.

The hunt for his killer was the most intense the region had ever seen. Local troublemakers — sex offenders and pedophiles — were hauled in as possible suspects, but quickly ruled out. A hypnotist was called to help witnesses retrieve clear memories. A local bank offered a $40,000 reward for information. FBI psychological profiler Robert Ressler provided an analysis of the killer — white, young, and sexually ambivalent.

None of it led to anything in time to prevent another tragedy.

On Dec. 2, Christopher Paul Walden, 12, son of an Air Force officer stationed at Offutt, vanished on his way to school. Hunters found his body on Dec. 5, his throat slashed and body mutilated.

There were no breaks until January, when a church nursery school director noticed a suspicious-looking character in a car hanging around near the school.

As she wrote down his license plate number, he attacked, screaming he was going to kill her. She managed to get away and reported the incident and the license number to police.

The car was a rental that was traced to Air Force radar technician John Joubert, 20, stationed at Offutt.

He fit the profile the FBI had conjured up for the murderer and resembled composite sketches pulled from witness memories.

An unusual kind of rope, containing about 100 different fibers, was found among his belongings. It matched the rope that had been used to bind Danny’s hands and feet. The rope had been manufactured in Korea, and was rarely used in the United States.

When detectives mentioned the rope to him, Joubert quickly confessed. He said he was glad he had been caught because he was certain he would kill again, Ressler wrote in “Whoever Fights Monsters: My Twenty Years Tracking Serial Killers for the FBI.”

Joubert’s life appeared to have been one long, simmering rage. He was born in Lawrence, Mass., but moved with his mother to Portland, Maine, after his parents divorced. He had an IQ of 123, was an Eagle Scout, and, like one his victims, had a paper route.

Fantasies of violence and cannibalism erupted when he was very young. At just 6, around the time his parents’ marriage unraveled, he said he had dreamed of strangling his baby-sitter and eating her body. He would later say that these horrific musings were provoked by seeing his father try to strangle his mother.

Violence did not remain trapped in his imagination for long. In December 1979, he stabbed a 6-year-old girl with a pencil as he pedaled past her on his bicycle. Similar attacks started happening in areas near Portland, but the assailant was never caught.

fter the Nebraska murders, investigators looked into unsolved cases in Maine. One bore Joubert’s signature. Ricky Stetson, 11, had gone out jogging on Aug. 22, 1982. He was later found stabbed in the chest. Like Danny, he had been mutilated and bitten, but there was no sign of sexual molestation.

Joubert was tried for the Stetson killing and received a life sentence in Maine. In Nebraska, he pleaded guilty to the two murders and got the death penalty.

During his confession, a detective asked him if he would kill again if he got out of jail. “That’s my big worry,” Joubert said. “It’s scaring me quite a bit, yes.”

For a dozen years on Death Row, Joubert pored over law texts, read Albert Camus, Sigmund Freud, Ernest Hemingway and the works of other literary lights, lifted weights, and learned to draw.

Two of his drawings depicted scenes of violence reminiscent of the murders. In Mark Pettit’s book, “A Need to Kill: The Death Row Drawings,” the author said he obtained copies of the artwork in 2014 and asked crime profilers for their opinions. To them, the drawings suggested that Joubert would find his murderous impulses impossible to resist, and would likely kill other kids.

As his execution date neared, Joubert insisted he was a changed man. He said he had even found a first love, a woman in Ireland who had been corresponding with him as a pen pal.

In his appeals, he argued that the electric chair was cruel and unusual punishment. Capt. Jeff Davis of the Sarpy County Sheriff’s department told the Associated Press, “No matter what they do to him, nothing is going to take away the horror and terror those children felt, let alone what their parents will go through all their lives.”

Pleas for clemency went to the U.S. Supreme Court, but in the end, Joubert kept his date with the electric chair on July 17, 1996.

Saggy-Pants Thug Nicknamed “Muscle Milk” Assaults Homeowner, Gets Brutal Instant Justice

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A man in Louisiana was horrified when he opened his back door at night after hearing voices coming from his back yard. In an instant, a violent thug nicknamed “Muscle Milk” assaulted the homeowner as he tried to drag him back inside. Little did this punk know, the fed-up homeowner was about to give him a dose of instant, brutal justice.

Kalvin Ferrygood (Photo Credit: Facebook/Kalvin Ferrygood)
According to local news source WGNO, the shocking home invasion attempt took place at approximately 8 p.m. on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Deputies from the St. John Sheriff’s Department responded to an emergency call in the 3000 block of Cambridge Drive in LaPlace, where they found an armed homeowner and 27-year-old Kalvin Ferrygood, who was laying on the ground in a pool of his own blood.

Deputies said the homeowner’s statement and surveillance video prove that the punk laying on the ground brought calamity on himself. Any protective homeowner would have done the same after what Ferrygood try to pull.

According to local news source WWL, the 32-year-old homeowner who has not been identified or arrested, noticed voices coming from his back yard just before 8 p.m. Tuesday night. Before opening his back door to investigate, the homeowner made the one decision that probably saved his life — he grabbed his gun.

As he opened the back door, Sheriff Mike Tregre said that the homeowner was instantly assaulted by Ferrygood who apparently went by the nickname “Muscle Milk,” according to subsequent posts to Facebook by his family. Ferrygood could not have been more wrong about his decision to assault the homeowner and break into his house.

Sheriff Tregre said that the victim fired his gun multiple times hitting Ferrygood once in the abdomen dropping him to the ground. This was probably the most self-reflective moment Ferrygood had in a long time. He was later transported to a New Orleans hospital, where he died of his gunshot wound.

All too often these thugs try to victimize innocent people and end up in a morgue. The family of the thug usually shows up on social media or the mainstream media to tell everyone what a good guy he was, and this situation is no different. According to posts on Facebook from one of Ferrygood’s relatives, who identified herself as his niece, he was “just trying to get himself together.”

Ferrygood was “just trying to get himself together” in the wrong way. The homeowner he tried to victimize certainly didn’t deserve to be assaulted on his own property. Thank God, he was prepared to do what was necessary to save his life and protect those he loves.

The Sheriff backed up the homeowner with a brief statement. “The subject just rushed into him, trying to force his way in,” Tregre said. “The home owner opened fire, striking the intruder.” Deputies are searching for another suspect who they believe was in the back yard with Ferrygood before they were discovered by the homeowner.

A handgun was also found lying in the back yard by deputies, which investigators are trying to trace the origins of. Could the abandoned handgun possibly have been dropped by Ferrygood or his accomplice? I’d bet money on it.

Here is another good example of why law-abiding Americans need to exercise their 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. Who knows if the 32-year-old homeowner would have survived a hand-to-hand combat session with Ferrygood. Why would anyone want to be put in that position? Meanwhile, Ferrygood’s family cries for justice.

The post simply says, “Justice for Muscle milk.” I wonder how this thugs family would feel if they were the ones having to defend their loved ones from a violent attack at night? “Muscle Milk” attacked an innocent homeowner and justice has already been served.

Maybe the problem is that self-entitled degenerates like Ferrygood will always see themselves as victims that deserve some kind of compensation from society above and beyond the free housing, food stamps, and health care already provided. Our prayers go out to the real victims in this horrific incident — the homeowner and his family.

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Woman Sets Roommate On Fire. Gives Cops Excuse That Leaves Them Scratching Their Heads

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A Florida woman is being charged with serious crimes after trying to set her boyfriend on fire. The couple had been drinking in their apartment when the woman became enraged and doused the man with fingernail polish remover and set him on fire.

Thirty three year old Melissa Dawn Sellers of Clearwater, Florida is being charged with aggravated battery. The outrageous reason for her heinous attack on forty two year old Carlos Ortiz? She claims he threw out her dinner leftovers. You have to read this to believe it.

According to reports, Sellers and Ortiz were drinking in their home at the time of the attack around 2:30 a.m. An eyewitness to the brutal attack said it all started because Ortiz threw out the spaghetti and meatballs Sellers was saving.

Ines Causevic says “She was setting little objects on fire, then that turned into pouring nail polish remover all over him, and then all of a sudden, the lighter sparked and he lit on fire. When he got up, his face was like melting off, it was pink and sore. His lips were burning.”

Ortiz is currently in Critical condition at Tampa General Hospital, according to local news media, with severe burns to his face chest and shoulders.

This is not the first time Sellers has had a run in with the law. She has a criminal record including prior arrests for robbery and battery.

Ortiz is well regarded among acquaintances and neighbors, and many express disbelief that someone would attack him so viciously. They are especially shocked that Sellers would do this considering Ortiz took her in after she was evicted from her previous residence.

Neighbor Katherine Muds says “That’s my friend and I can’t imagine such a horrible thing, because he didn’t deserve that. He would never hurt anybody.”

Domestic abuse is perhaps one of the cruelest crimes that can be perpetrated, but it can be extremely difficult to identify and prevent. One small group is trying to give victims a new tool to seek help.
“The Black Dot Campaign” is a simple enough solution to a profoundly disturbing crime. Basically, the victim of domestic abuse simply draws a black dot on the palm of their hand to notify others that they are in danger. It also means that they abuser may be watching or listening and that openly discussing their situation may put themselves and others at further risk.

The official Facebook statement for the Black Dot Campaign says:

“…The original ethos for this campaign was to enable a victim to put a dot on their hand around someone they trusted to enable a conversation to start, so they could open that door and hopefully start a process of seeking professional help. This is an idea, thinking outside of the box, trying to open up the world’s eyes and ears to what is going on in terms of abuse. The idea came from a former domestic violence victim. Professional bodies have not been advised or trained in the Black Dot, what it symbolises and what it means. When people contact us we open the gates of communication and put them in touch with people who can really help. Putting such a campaign on Facebook was about raising awareness on a social media platform. This isn’t the solution that will help everyone, if anything it should help people realise what abuse is, how it affects people and how to access help. Most importantly SAFETY MUST ALWAYS COME FIRST. If you see a black dot or are approached by someone for help, if safe to do so take them to safety and get them in contact with the relevant agency. Intervention and support should only be done by professionals…”

Baton Rouge Has A Possible White Serial Killer Targeting Black Men, 2 Dead In 2 Days

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New reports just released about a manhunt under way for a white male of medium build with a military style haircut who may be wearing a tactical vest who killed two black men in Baton Rouge. The murders happened on Tuesday and Thursday apparently at random in the capital city.

The first shooting took place on Tuesday night. What appeared to be a homeless man was killed at the corner of Acadian and Florida Blvd. between 10:30 and 11:15 p.m. The victim was 59 year old Bruce Cofield.

The second shooting happened Thursday night at the 3400 block of Alaska Street. Donald Smart, 49 was found shot around 11 p.m. his death was under investigation as of Friday morning.

According to The Advocate a national ballistics database has connected the two killings.

Stay tuned and alert.

27 Year Old Nigerian Woman Fined N120k For Offering Sex To Policeman In MalaysiaA 27-year-old Nigerian woman was fined RM1,500 (N120k when converted to Naira) in default of two months’ jail by the magistrate’s court in Kualar Lumpur for offering sex services to a policeman. The woman identified as Aitimon Ruth Efe pleaded guilty when the charge was read to her before magistrate Mahyuddin Mohamed Som on Tuesday, September 12. The mother of one was charged with soliciting for the purpose of prostitution by saying “Hey, brother… want sex with me? RM200” to corporal Mohamad Musa Mohamad Kadam in Bukit Bintang on Sept 6. The offence falls under Section 377B of the Penal Code, which carries maximum one years’ jail, or a fine, or both, upon conviction. Deputy public prosecutor Nur Farah Adilah Noordin urged that an apt punishment be handed down to the accused. However, Aitimon’s lawyer, Norizan Yaacob, pleaded for a lenient sentence, saying this was her client’s first offence.

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A 27-year-old Nigerian woman was fined RM1,500 (N120k when converted to Naira) in default of two months’ jail by the magistrate’s court in Kualar Lumpur for offering sex services to a policeman.
The woman identified as Aitimon Ruth Efe pleaded guilty when the charge was read to her before magistrate Mahyuddin Mohamed Som on Tuesday, September 12.
The mother of one was charged with soliciting for the purpose of prostitution by saying “Hey, brother… want sex with me? RM200” to corporal Mohamad Musa Mohamad Kadam in Bukit Bintang on Sept 6.
The offence falls under Section 377B of the Penal Code, which carries maximum one years’ jail, or a fine, or both, upon conviction.
Deputy public prosecutor Nur Farah Adilah Noordin urged that an apt punishment be handed down to the accused. However, Aitimon’s lawyer, Norizan Yaacob, pleaded for a lenient sentence, saying this was her client’s first offence.

Cop Killer Walked Into Court And Everyone Saw What Happened To His Face – The Change Post

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Murder is a crime punishable by life in prison or some cases death.

Esteban Carpio was formerly a barber who then found himself involved with pimping and drug trafficking.

James L. Allen was 52 years old and was a 27-year veteran of the police force in Providence, Rhode Island. His loss affected many people including the mayor of Providence David Cicilline said “Jimmy Allen passed in the noblest way possible. He gave his life trying to make our lives safer. He died a hero.”

It is a portrait of James Allen, his wife, and his daughter. His wife said it took her nine years to process her husband’s death finally.

Caprio was initially arrested for being a suspect in a stabbing involving an old woman. Once in the interrogation room, a mistake was made as Caprio was not handcuffed.

During the interview, Caprio asked for a glass of water. Allen’s partner left the room with only the two of them inside. Caprio somehow got a hold of James Allen’s gun, shot him two times, and then jumped from a three-story building in an attempt to escape. Law enforcement officials caught Caprio 45 minutes later.

n court, Caprio was brought in wearing a facemask, as security officials claimed it was necessary to avoid him spitting on or biting those around him.

The day after his arrest Caprio appeared in front of the court with a mask on but seemed to have been severely beaten, with his eyes red and his face completely swollen. His family complained that this was a case of police brutality. The Providence Police Department claimed that his injuries occurred due to his three-story fall and tussles with police officers during the arrest.

Detective Christopher Zarella, one of the arresting officers, claimed he hit Caprio three times while arresting Caprio. The conclusion of the case against the Providence Police Department made it evident that excessive force was not used in the arrest of Esteban Caprio.

In an attempt to get free, Caprio pleaded insanity, claiming he was out of his control. His mother also claimed that an ambulance was called for him several weeks ago due to a similar case of insanity.

The court rejected his plea and sentenced Caprio to life in prison without parole for the murder of a police officer.

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