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Alabama: Cops Murder Dog During Drug Raid, Owner Fights for Change via Facebook

July 24, 2012


  The murdering of dogs during drug raids unfortunately a common occurrence. But after a 3-year old golden retriever was gunned down during a raid that turned up nothing more than a little bit of marijuana and a bong, the dog’s owner is using Facebook to bring attention to the issue. On July 20, police […]

Have Sex, Not War: Alabama Sex Shop Offering ‘Toys for Guns’

February 11, 2012


If your gun isn’t working anymore this Valentine’s Day, trade it in for a dildo. That’s what one Alabama sex shop is hoping local residents will do as it offers a “Toys for Guns’ special that will offer sex toys in exchange for unwanted firearms. “This is my contribution to making love, not war, here […]

Alabama State Senator Who Says Bible Says Teachers Should Be Broke Gets Support on Facebook

February 6, 2012


Shadrack McGill, a Republican state senator who has said explicitly that he does not believe in the separation of church and state and that the bible says teachers should not be paid high wages, was ridiculed by liberal blogs such as Jezebel, AddictingInfo, and others for the latter comment, but has been praised and blessed […]

Snoop Dogg Caught for Pot Possession in Same Texas Town that Busted Willie Nelson

January 9, 2012


Snoop Dogg’s tour bus was stopped in Sierra Blanca, the same town where police arrested Willie Nelson for pot possession in 2010. But Snoop Dogg thought he would be immune to arrest since he has a medical marijuana prescription card for the half-ounce of weed he had on the bus. However, due to marijuana still […]

Mobile, Ala. Middle School Teacher Arrested for Small Amount of Marijuana, ‘No Big Deal’ Say Residents

January 5, 2012


In Mobile, Ala., a  Causey Middle School science teacher who has been teaching there for 12 years was arrested on second degree marijuana and drug paraphernalia charges and reactions from local residents have been mixed. According to the Press-Register, Gordon Paul Sanders, 56, of Wilmer, was arrested by Alabama state troopers on Tuesday night and […]

Alabama Man Who Shot and Killed ‘Unwanted Houseguest’ to Go On Trial Jan. 9

January 1, 2012


On Dec. 16, 2009 in Wetumpka, Ala., Bobby Stokes, then 64, was at home and watching TV when he allegedly shot and killed Johnny Leonard, 29. Over two years later, the trial will finally begin. Little has been reported on the case so far and Wetumpka Deputy Police Chief Anthony Crenshaw said his department is “still […]

Alabama Murder Investigation Reveals New Immigration Law Makes Latinos More Vulnerable to Attacks

December 31, 2011


“If you rob a Mexican, they probably won’t go to the police because they might get deported.” That was allegedly the logic that three murder suspects believed when they set out to rob three Latino immigrant men and ended up killing one and paralyzing another. However, it didn’t work – and all three are currently […]