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March 8, 2014
There is no law in this country against being crazy. If somebody is delusional and even flagrantly psychotic, unless they’re an imminent danger to themselves or others, there’s nothing anybody can do.
Clinical and forensic psychologist Laurence Miller • Discussing the situation with the South Carolina mom who attempted to drive her minivan (and her three children) into the ocean earlier this week. Ebony Wilkerson was taken into custody for a mental evaluation on Thursday, but she wasn’t taken in for one on Tuesday, after her sister expressed concerns to police. Police checked her out and found her lucid. Two hours later, she drove her vehicle into the ocean off the coast of Florida.
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February 16, 2014
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January 4, 2014
Comeback of the week: Rep. Trey Radel (R-FL), who was arrested for cocaine possession and has spent some time in rehab since then, will be returning to Congress next week. Radel, who has been embattled since the arrest came to light, faces an uphill battle for keeping his seat in 2014.

Comeback of the week: Rep. Trey Radel (R-FL), who was arrested for cocaine possession and has spent some time in rehab since then, will be returning to Congress next week. Radel, who has been embattled since the arrest came to light, faces an uphill battle for keeping his seat in 2014.

10:16 // 8 months ago
December 17, 2013

Looks like George Zimmerman has some new career aspirations

  • $100K or more is likely to be the final price for the first painting to be sold by America’s favorite Floridian, George Zimmerman. With just over three days remaining before the auction is closed, the latest offer has the painting valued at $99,966.00. and 98 bids have been placed since Zimmerman’s painting was listed on eBay yesterday morning. source
14:42 // 9 months ago
November 26, 2013

U.S.-bound boat of Haitan migrants capsizes

  • 30 Haitan migrants killed in the capsizing of a 40-foot vessel near the Bahamas. 110 more were saved, which speaks to the extreme, tragic dangers of such attempted treks out of Haiti — 140 people packed sailing for nine days, under abysmal conditions, on a dangerously overloaded boat. It capsized after running aground, and left the survivors clinging for hours before discovery by Bahamian authorities and the U.S. Coast Guard. source
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July 29, 2013
Your “Ugh…Really?!” Story Of The Day: Florida resident Roy Middleton is currently recovering in the hospital after several Escambia County sheriff’s deputies opened fire on him in the driveway of his mother Ceola Walker’s home early Saturday morning. Neighbors called 911, after seeing Middleton searching for a loose cigarette inside Walker’s car, because they did not recognize him. Middleton says he complied with all of the deputies’ orders when they arrived; however, that didn’t stop them from firing at least 17 shots at Middleton. Several bullets struck his mother’s car and home, and also shattered Middleton’s thigh. Those responsible are currently on paid leave, pending an investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. (Photo via Pensacola News Journal) source

Your “Ugh…Really?!” Story Of The Day: Florida resident Roy Middleton is currently recovering in the hospital after several Escambia County sheriff’s deputies opened fire on him in the driveway of his mother Ceola Walker’s home early Saturday morning. Neighbors called 911, after seeing Middleton searching for a loose cigarette inside Walker’s car, because they did not recognize him. Middleton says he complied with all of the deputies’ orders when they arrived; however, that didn’t stop them from firing at least 17 shots at Middleton. Several bullets struck his mother’s car and home, and also shattered Middleton’s thigh. Those responsible are currently on paid leave, pending an investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. (Photo via Pensacola News Journal) source

15:58 // 1 year ago