Man Cuts Off Wife’s Head After DNA Proved 6 Kids are Not His

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Karen Rainford , the mother of six who was beheaded in Mountain View was killed by the father of her six younger children. Sources are now saying that the man Rainford told that the children belonged to him found out that none of the children were h

Days leading up to the murder, the alleged father , after finding out through DNA tests that the children did not belong to him, cut his locks and told people close to him that he would kill her.

Friends said that Rainford would often visit the man’s place of employment in an effort to collect child support. The father was said to be angry that she had followed him from site to site embarrassing him for child support perhaps knowing that the children were not his.

He is being held in jail and has a 2 Million Dollar bond.

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling splashes out on £3.1m family home

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has stumped up £3.1million for a new family home

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has stumped up £3.1million for a new family home in Cheshire.

The luxury five-acre pad, complete with its own wildlife pond, is in a leafy village that will provide a rural base for the England star, long-term girlfriend Paige Milian and their newborn son Thiago.

The 22-year-old purchased the five-bedroom, 7,500 square-foot property before Christmas after previously renting a £3million mansion in the same county

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has stumped up £3.1million for a new family home

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Liam Neeson opens up about working with Martin Scorsese on ‘Silence,’ which took 26 years to make

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Liam Neeson admits he wasn’t impressed with Shūsaku Endō’s novel “Silence” when Martin Scorsese offered him a role in the movie adaptation two years ago.

“It was very dull,” the Oscar-nominated actor recently told Business Insider over the phone.

But after reading the movie’s script, he said, “the issues in the book really came alive for me.” And so Scorsese had the final piece in his latest attempt in 26 years to make the movie.

Neeson gives an incredible performance as Father Ferreira, a Jesuit priest who in attempting to spread Christianity in 17th-century Japan is captured by samurai who are keeping the religion out of the country and put Ferreira through numerous types of torture until he renounces his faith.       Continue reading

Man caught with human skull to remain in prison till March 6

Saheed Musiliu, the suspected ritualist

37-year-old Saheed Musiliu caught with human skull is to remain in Agodi Prison, Ibadan till March 6, 2017.

An Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’ Court, Ibadan, on Monday ordered the remand of Musiliu for unlawful possession of human skull.

Chief Magistrate Kehinde Durosaro ordered the remand as the defendant admitted committing the offence.

The defendant was charged with unlawful possession of human head and interfering with a corpse.

The prosecutor, Insp. Adewale Amos, asked for a short adjournment to enable him bring the exhibit to court.

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Odion Ighalo Might Be Leaving Watford For Another EPL Club

 

West Bromwich Albion are reportedly in talks with Watford to sign striker Odion Ighalo. The striker has been heavily linked with a move to China already this transfer window, with similar speculation surrounding him last summer. A move to the Black Country would be much closer to home and Sky Sports are reporting the deal could be worth as much as £17m. Ighalo has been at Vicarage Road for two and a half years since joining from Udinese, scoring 33 times in 91 appearances. His move will reportedly give West Brom the permission to allow Saido Berahino leave the club with Stoke City reportedly keen on the English lad.

Trump just set a very high bar for himself

Anti-Trump protesters flee as police flash-bang grenade explodes during clashes in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2107. Masked, black-clad protesters carrying anarchist flags smashed windows and scuffled with riot police Friday in downtown Washington, blocks away from the route of the parade in honor of newly sworn-in President Donald Trump. Washington police arrested more than 90 people over acts of vandalism committed on the fringe of peaceful citywide demonstrations being held against Trump's inauguration. Jewel SAMAD / AFP

Hundreds of thousands of protesters spearheaded by women’s rights groups are set to converge on Washington Saturday to send a defiant message to America’s new president, Donald Trump.

The flag-waving crowds who turned out to cheer Trump’s inauguration will make way for a coalition of protesters who fear an erosion of women’s rights under the new Republican administration.

Powered by social media, the “Women’s March on Washington” aims to draw 200,000 people, illustrating the divisions of a country whose incoming leader faces levels of public mistrust unseen in recent decades.

Trump’s inaugural speech on Friday set the tone for his presidency: proudly populist, fiercely nationalist and determined to break with the legacy of his Democratic predecessor.

His first act in office — signing an executive order aimed at freezing Barack Obama’s signature health care law, before it is eventually repealed — was a potent gesture in that direction, with more such actions expected to follow on Monday.    Continue reading

The Gambia crisis: Yahya Jammeh says he will step down

Mr Jammeh has called for new elections to be held in Gambia

The Gambia’s long-term leader Yahya Jammeh says he will step down, after refusing to accept defeat in elections.

In an announcement on state TV, he said it was “not necessary that a single drop of blood be shed”.

The statement followed hours of talks between Mr Jammeh and West African mediators. He gave no details of what deal might have been struck.

Mr Jammeh has led the country for 22 years but was defeated in December’s election by Adama Barrow.

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