Newly released police video of a handcuffed George Zimmerman may be important for what it doesn’t show: No obvious cuts, scrapes, blood or bandages. No clearly broken nose. No plainly visible evidence of a life-and-death struggle with Trayvon Martin.
As the furor over race and self-defense raged on in Florida and around the U.S. on Thursday, Martin’s family and supporters seized on the footage to dispute Zimmerman’s claim that he shot and killed the unarmed black teenager after the young man attacked him.
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Newt Gingrich denied claims by his second ex-wife Thursday that he once asked her to agree to an “open marriage,” kicking off a presidential debate in South Carolina with a fiery defense of his personal life.
“The story is false,” Gingrich said.
The former House speaker was asked about a pair of interviews his ex-wife Marianne granted in which she leveled the charge about him seeking an open marriage – at the time, Gingrich was seeing Callista, whom he later married. View full article »
An Italian appeals court overturned Amanda Knox’s murder conviction on Monday, allowing the Seattle native to return to the United States, nearly two years after she and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were accused of murdering her college roommate, Meredith Kercher.
And along with freedom could come a small fortune. View full article »
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Rachel Uchitel is livid over a news article that implies she’s happy her fiance died during 9/11 — she’s so mad she plans to sue.
Page Six Magazine ran a story this morning in which Rachel allegedly said, “I believe Andy [my fiance] was meant to die because he was too good.”
And Page Six went on — “It would have been tragic if we got into fights and then divorced … I’m glad I didn’t get to see any flaws that time brings on everyone. I would [otherwise] be a fat housewife with three kids living in Sands Point, Long Island.” View full article »