As if you needed another reason to hate clowns . . . ‘Any murder’s horrific. It doesn’t matter whether you’re wearing a clown costume or not.’
Just after breakfast on a warm May day in 1990, a white convertible Chrysler LeBaron pulled into Marlene Warren’s driveway in Wellington, Fla., and a clown emerged.
The clown — dressed in an orange wig, with a red bulb nose and a painted-on smile — carried a bouquet of flowers and two balloons. One said: “You’re the greatest!”
The clown offered the flowers and balloons to Warren, witnesses would later recount, then pulled out a gun and shot her in the face.
As Warren crumpled to the ground, the clown calmly walked back to the Chrysler convertible, witnesses said — then disappeared for the next 27 years.
To support the Canadian community, Black Rifle Coffee Company Canada (BRCC Canada) announces their soft launch with an 18K pounds of coffee giveaway (worth approximately $75,000), new release of their first custom “Little Warriors Blend,” and sponsorship of “Little Warriors” September 30 event. The company is the first global partner for the Black Rifle Coffee Company (Salt Lake City, Utah) that was started by veterans and first responders.
Some of the Canadian protector groups who’ve already received free coffee from Black Rifle Coffee Company Canada include Canadian Soldiers in Iraq, Edmonton Police, Firefighters, and Alberta RCMP detachments.
Coming soon to ha House or Senate near you . . . Chaos in house as minister is accused of being armed
There were chaotic scenes in (Kenya’s) Parliament as legislators literally exchanged blows over disagreements on issues surrounding a motion to amend the constitution to lift the Presidential age limit.
The fight started after MPs opposed to lifting of the age limit accused State Minister for Water and Environment, Ronald Kibuule, of entering the chambers with a gun.
Order returned to the house after the Speaker was satisfied that nobody in the house was armed.
Black Hills wins a Navy contract . . . Rapid City ammo manufacturer will benefit from lucrative federal contract
Successfully earning a $49.9 million federal contract to provide ammunition to the U.S. military would certainly seem like an immediate windfall for Jeff and Kristi Hoffman and their 70 employees at Black Hills Ammunition. …
But while such a contract is indeed lucrative for the company, the actual quantity of ammunition purchased will likely be far less, Jeff explained.
The term of the contract is spread out over five years and includes fixed-price, indefinite-delivery and indefinite-quantity stipulations.
Simply put, that means the company will have to absorb production expenses over the length of the contract, with no promise that the government will order even close to that amount of ammunition.
Bay are cops just can’t seem to hold onto their guns . . . Guns stolen from car in Oakland as officers eat after UC Berkeley protests
Oakland police are seeking a thief who broke into a car Monday and stole a pair of handguns belonging to a police officer who had driven 300 miles from Kern County to help UC Berkeley handle protests this weekend.
“The Oakland Police Department understands the seriousness of the items that were taken in this auto burglary,” Officer Johnna Watson said in a statement.