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Tuesday, May 23

Distraction, Much?

Katrina autopsy: Police shot mentally disabled man in back

Autopsy results obtained by CNN show a man was shot in the back when he was killed by New Orleans police in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The autopsy contradicts testimony by a police sergeant that the victim had turned toward officers and was reaching into his waistband when shot. Ronald Madison was shot when police responded to a report of gunfire from a bridge six days after Katrina hit New Orleans last year.


Suspect in Holloway case to be released
Attorney: Casino worker indicted on murder charge last week

Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway disappeared in May 2005 during a high school graduation trip to Aruba.

(CNN) -- A man indicted in the Netherlands on murder charges in the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba will be released Tuesday but must remain available for questioning, the man's attorney said.

{ snark}
So how many men have they arrested and then released? (6 or so isn't it?) Seems to coincide with the most horrific stories of home grown nastiness. Although on the plus side, mothers in general must be keeping a closer eye on their blonde daughters as we haven't had a new 'missing white girl' to replace this one. {/snark}

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