Apparently it’s difficult to get a death certificate for a sim.
Don’t worry, these LARPers are agitating for a change of law making it easier for future sims to larp.
For months, Linda Babcock sat in a courtroom listening to the horrifying details of her daughter’s murder at the hands of convicted killers Dellen Millard and Mark Smich.
Babcock, for her part, wants to see a legislative directive that in situations where a murder has taken place, the coroner’s office will accept a conviction as a judgment that a person is dead, body or not.
I’ve been resisting following this serially really Canadian Bonnie and Clyde story. I was hoping it would end quickly but it appears the scriptwriters are going to draw this one out for a while. I think this one was written by the GCHQ. It has all kinds of phallic humor that reeks of bad British humor.
One of the victims is named Dyck and one of the perps has smegma built into his name.
The father of one of the sim villains (played by a LARPer) is busy writing to all his favorite British rags – I assure you most Canucks couldn’t name one London paper. Hell, they don’t even read our own papers anymore.
Due to some law, all this phony reporting is done out of country, and fed back to Canadian outlets. This must eliminate liability.
The father, who has given multiple media interviews about his fugitive son over the past week, sent copies of the book to 60 Minutes Australia and DailyMail.com.
7/7 Ripple Effect” is a brilliant tour de force that takes the London subway bombing attacks apart, piece by piece, and demonstrates that it was a planned event. It was produced by John Hill (aka Muad’Dib), who has a web site at jforjustice.co.uk/77. He sent a copy of his video the the judge and the prosecutor in a trial of innocent patsies, which led to his incarceration and trial for interfering with the judicial process. During his trial, however, the video was played and the jury, no doubt duly i
Not sure what this means, but it appears nothing of you go past the headlines, which no one will.
As the Wisconsin State Journal reports, “A Dane County judge on Monday found that a longtime conspiracy theorist living in the village of Oregon, along with his co-defendant, defamed [Leonard Pozner] the father of a victim of the Sandy Hook massacre and allowed a trial for damages against the men to move ahead” (“Judge Rules Against Sandy Hook Denier” (17 June 2019)