Unmanned Spacecraft, New Horizon Releases the First Close Up Pictures of Pluto

Those first ever up-close images of Pluto are fake, say conspiracy theorists

NASA releases the first ever close up images of the dwarf planet, Pluto. From the images taken, 50 miles from Pluto by the New Horizon unmanned spacecraft, there were icy heights as high as the Rockies; there were also Canyons on the planet's moon, Charon. Conspiracy theorists however described those images as a hoax by NASA. The New Horizon phoned home and declared the mission a success to a tumultous shout of joy from the NASA staff. Presently, the spacecraft is already one million miles beyond Pluto and three billion miles from the Earth.

Obama Condemns Cosby's Rape Crime While Sparing his Presidential Medal of Freedom

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After Bill Cosby admitted having given women drugs and abused them, there were calls by Civil Society organisations that the comedian should be stripped of the Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded him by George W. Bush in 2002. Obama declined the request saying that it would amount to an unprecedented move. He however maintained that drugging man or woman and having sex with the person constituted rape and America and any other civilized society would not condone such.

Crime and the Society: 4 Found Dead in Holly Hill Residence in South Carolina

Breaking: Four were found dead in Holly Hill, S.C.
The cause of the death is still unknown.
The four deaths were two adults and two children ages 17 and 12.
A boy of about 8 years old with an injury had been airlifted to an hospital.
The police says a green 1990 Mercedes was being hunted in connection with the crime.
Anyone with information should call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC, or e-mail a tip in to www.midlandscrimestoppers.com. You can also text information in by texting "TIPSC" plus your message to CRIMES (274637).

Justice and Sympathy: Opinions are Divided on Whether to Jail Groning, an Ex-Nazi Nonogenarian


Oskar Gröning, 94, known as the Nazi Bookkeeper in his heyday faces trial for abetting the Holocaust seven decades ago. Opinions were divided about the verdict on him - on one side were those that stood for justice; arguing that he should be dully punished even when he has openly pleaded for forgiveness. The justice divide considered his plea for forgiveness immaterial since the 300 000 Hungarian Jews that were killed with his accomplice were not granted any sympathy. On the other divide were people who argued that punishing a nonagenarian for an offence he was only an accomplice while most of the Holocaust kingpins went unscathed, would be wrong.

The Wiesenthal centre’s chief Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroffthose have asked those who question the point of jailing nonogenarian ex-Nazis,  not to picture Oskar Gröning as he was now, but as he was then. In 1944, Gröning told Der Spiegel magazine a decade ago, he was a young man who felt “nothing” when he saw Jews being herded towards the Auschwitz gas chambers.

It is said that even if he did take active part in the heinous crime, Groning oiled the mass murder mechinary by searching the belongings of the condemned Jews and sending them back to Berlin to finance the next round of the killings in Auschwitz gas chambers.