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WTF?? Pet Dogs Are Being Stolen From Thailand & Killed To Make Leather Golf Gloves Out Of Their WHAT?!

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This is sickening to even think about.

Pet owners in Thailand are on the lookout these days afters hundreds of dog remains were found in a forest near the border of Laos.

Police believe that Thai criminals stole the dogs and smuggled them out there before they skinned the canines alive — to make leather gloves.

One disturbing revelation is that a certain leather golf glove, which is popular in China, is made from the skin of dogs'

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TNA Championship Belt Easily Stolen

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TNA Championship Belt Stolen Arrest

We're not sure why there is anyone out there that would want this thing (you can't even wear it to hold up pants), other than to maybe try and sell it for the $6k it's roughly worth.

That didn't stop two geniuses from stealing it anyway. Right in front of a stagehand.

The crime took place on August 18th in Ottumwa, Iowa before a non-televised event while a stagehand was unloading props from his truck.

According to the stagehand, who probably REALLY doesn't want to get into trouble, he was only turned around 'for a second' when one of the geniuses snatched up the belt and $400 replica with it.

It took the cops almost 4 years to find the culprits.

Just kidding, they easily identified them using surveillance footage: it was 33-year-old Joel Luke and 39-year-old Forrest Jamison, who are waaaay too old to be that excited about TNA.

They were then arrested.

Ta-daaaaa!

LOLz!

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Texas Girl Scouts Get Robbed…And They Fight Back!

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Good for them! They had to sell LOTS of Thin Mints and Do-si-dos to earn all that money!!!

Check out the news report (above) about Texas Girl Scouts who were robbed while selling cookies in front of Wal Mart!

The girls tried to stop the thieves, but unfortunately they got away with $200 in cookie money.

Let's hope they're able to identify these criminals through store security footage! Justice must be served!!!!

P.S. We could SO go for some Tagalongs right now! Yum!

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California Appeals Court Rules DNA Testing Arrestees Is Totally Cool!

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Much like getting your fingerprints taken and saved on file, if you are arrested for a felony your DNA will be saved too.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in a 2-1 decision that a 2004 California law requiring officials to collect DNA samples of criminals is constitutional because it is not an unreasonable search.

Since DNA evidence can be used to solve crimes, Judge Milan Smith wrote:

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California Prison System Releases 450 Violent Criminals By Mistake!

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If you don't already do so, it may be a good idea to start keeping your doors and windows locked from now on.

A computer error has lead California prison officials to release about 450 inmates with "a high risk for violence"!

Yikes!

The officials thought they were releasing prisoners as unsupervised parolees in a program meant to ease overcrowding by placing qualifying participants on "non-revocable parole". The ex-cons don't need to check in with a parole officer and can only be imprisoned again if caught committing a crime.

To clarify, however, 450 prisoners weren't just released in one day. An investigation on the program, that has been in effect since January 2010, revealed 31 prisoners out of 200 released were NOT eligible for parole and 9 of those were determined likely to commit violent crimes.

Using 15% error rate they found in their sample of the 10,134 former inmates who were on non-revocable parole in July of last year, they've estimated that 450 violent criminals were mistakenly released, with about 1000 others who committed less violent offenses on the loose.

This alarming news comes just 2 days after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Cali's prisons are overcrowded and ordered state officials to reduce the population by 33,000!

On Wednesday, Senator Ted Lieu, who ordered the investigation, asked, "How can the public have confidence they can release 33,000 felons safely?"

Good question!

What do U think California should do to correct this mistake?

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