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Waiter shot dead for being too slow in serving a customer

A waiter was shot dead by a customer at an eatery on the outskirts of Paris, France for being too slow in serving. According to the AFP a customer got angry for having to wait a bit longer to be served a sandwich he ordered for. According to eyewitnesses the gunman lost his temper “as his sandwich wasn’t prepared quickly enough”. A source close to the investigation said Saturday that deceased’s colleagues had to call police after he was shot. The waiter was shot in the shoulder with a handgun…

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Africa South Africa Southern Africa World 

South Africa: Zuma’s relative shot dead by ‘jealous’ lover

Police in Johannesburg in South Africa have arrested a 33-year old man who shot and killed his lover. The deceased, Silindile Zuma, 30, was shot twice in the face by the suspect Mbuzeleni Mpungose when she told him she wanted to end their relationship. Silindile Zuma was a relative of former South African president Jacob Zuma. According to police Mpungose allegedly went on the run after the July 8 killing of Silindile Zuma. He was however arrested after he was tracked to his hideout this month. Zuma and Mpungose were…

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Africa Featured World 

Blackman handcuffed by rope and paraded in Texas street

A black man has been pictured in Texas in the U.S being handcufffed by a rope and paraded in the street by police officers. The man was pictured walking between two white officers on horses leading him in handcuffs. Officials say the officers, identified as P. Brosch and A. Smith, arrested Donald Neely, 43, for criminal trespass on Saturday. A police statement said the officers were “familiar” with Neely, and he had been warned about trespassing. The statement said Neely was led on the rope about two blocks to “where…

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Lifestyle OP-ED 

How To Remain Bosom Friends With The Law!

However minor, severe or abominable, almost everybody commits crime! The adorable part is, not everybody gets caught! Likewise, not everyone who gets caught, gets convicted. The law is a shrewd old busy woman who’s got her hands full everyday, so she bothers very little about the truth. The ‘truth’ according to her job description, is the assembling of “factual evidence” which although may be crafted in falsehood, can also be proven beyond all reasonable doubt! Doesn’t it feel a bit awkward, how one could be innocent but extremely guilty at…

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