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bbc court locked-in syndrome suicide tony nicklinson - 6531162368
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The BBC's homepage displayed a video proclaiming that Tony Nicklinson, a British man suffering from Locked-In syndrome, is "happy," while simultaneously showing a breaking news headline that he had died after losing a High Court battle over his right to commit suicide. Well, which one is it, BBC? Take your pick!

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Judge Orders Slimy Landlord to Re-Sod Their Own Lawn

When this Landlord went back on their word and tried to con their old tenants out of their security deposit, they took the matter to court. You don't expect a judge to be so sensible. For another landlord-based revenge story, here's a landlord who tried to rip off their tenant, but ended up paying over $6.5 K.

Landlord tries keeping security deposit, loses in court and is told to re-sod their own lawn | Posted by u/Clintosaurus_Rex 11 hours ago Landlord Tries Keep Security Deposit Ummm, No oc M About 10 years ago, my at--time girlfriend (now wife) and moved area went college an apartment near where planned start our careers say an apartment, but really basement house landlord had walled off create 2 "apartments rent place kinda crappy, but rent cheap area, and were close work.
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Memes of Crime and Punishment

Ever fancied yourself interested in the legal system or at least wanted to make a goof out of crime? Here are some memes related to all things legal and criminal. Does looking at memes make you more knowledgeable of the criminal justice system? We think so. For some intriguing stories, here are some lawyers biggest revelations in court.

funny memes about law and crime | Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs standing in a cell Follow more recipes | fast this duck going bird sitting at the end of skid makrs
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benefits court fired firing game laid off memo quitting - 5282457088
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This was a memo actually issued to the employees of QC Marts, an Iowa-based chain of convenience stores, back in March. The owner of the chain announced a contest in which employees would guess which of their number would be the next to get the proverbial ax. Four employees, who for some reason felt uncomfortable turning on their coworkers like rabid wolves, quit in protest. QC Marts denied them unemployment benefits, arguing they had quit voluntarily, until a judge ruled against the chain yeste