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Mao Tse Tung (Mao Ce Dun)

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Armesto Watch

Just two weeks before the vote, excitable Take Back Miami-Dade communications director Eladio José Armesto mysteriously dropped from view and stopped communicating. But the spunky spokesman emerged after the latest communist ploy by a group of mostly Republican homosexualists to strike him from the list of honorees at this year's...
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Efraim Diveroli Re-arrested for Arms Dealing

10 years ago by Penn Bullock
Efraim Diveroli, the irrepressible 24-year-old arms trafficker and Miami Beach felon, was arrested Friday for attempting to sell large quantities of ammunition to undercover federal agents in central Florida. He's been detained without bond in Orange County and charged with "possession of firearms as a convicted felon" and "possession of...
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News of the Weird

22 years ago by Chuck Shepherd
Lead Stories *In May Walter Scott Knieriemen, who admitted breaking into a woman's home in Wheeling, West Virginia, was acquitted of burglary charges after a jury apparently found that he lacked criminal intent. A psychiatrist testified that Knieriemen suffered from a childhood-based sexual dysfunction that compelled him to grab a...
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News of the Weird

22 years ago by Chuck Shepherd
Lead Stories *The November Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton, Alberta, featured the very popular "Cowboy Poker," in which four men sit at a table in the middle of the arena "playing cards," while a particularly aggressive bull is turned loose. As the bull rushes them, the last cowboy to stay...
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Miami has dozens of Fidel Castros

11 years ago by Gus Garcia-Roberts
Miami has dozens of Fidel Castros
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The Man Who Armed Iraq

30 years ago by Murray Waas
The Reagan Administration engaged in a massive effort to supply arms and military supplies to the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein during the Iran-Iraq war, a three-month investigation has revealed. Some of those efforts appear not only to have violated federal law but also the terms of a U.S. government...

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