The Daily Word in Harvard Library's human flesh collection, more police shootings and Trinity test downwinders
It's Wednesday, April 2
and there's been another police shooting in Albuquerque, although this time it was the US Marshals and not APD,
a former Albuquerque policeman who was fired in 2011 after kicking a prone suspect "repeatedly" in the head would like his job back,
and family members of civilians exposed to radiation from the Trinity test are getting ready to protest at the bomb site's annual opening.
the Supreme Court struck down even more campaign finance limitations,
and Harvard's library discovered that at least three of their books have bindings of human flesh, one of which belonged to a man who was flayed alive.
Have a good day!