They introduced a loaded gun as an exhibit?
Do South African courts not allow both parties to stipulate, so they can exhibit a photograph instead of the actual artifact? More likely, the prosecutor was the one who insisted on exhibiting the actual firearm.
It's worse than that.
Their goal isn't to win the lawsuit against Remington, their goal is to use discovery to force Remington to release all their internal discussions and marketing decisions, stuff that can be used against them both in future court cases, and in the court of public opinion:
Once you get past mom's fake cursive, there's a few similarities; It's east Texas, they probably all dropped out of the same school.
OTOH, the article states "KTRK says after an investigation, the employee who admitted to writing the message was fired ".
Somehow I doubt these "polymer cubes" are more effective per cubic inch or or per dollar than more readily available materials. Maybe ounce-for-ounce better than kevlar, but look like they'd occupy much more space?
I wonder how many bank employees see CTR forms and have a similar idea, but are more honest than this teller?
Last time I took out any real cash money, spent it the same day at the gun & knife show. So teller wouldn't have fared as well (and I'd have gotten a warning for "hunting over bait").
They do -- Center for Migration Studies estimates the overstay population has outnumbered border-crossers every year since 2007.
Not only would arrivals need to show a return ticket to be allowed in, just to board a plane to the USA departing from South America requires a US-issued visa; most...
That's the thing -- only the strawmen are claiming a wall would be a perfect preventative measure for illegal crossings.
Border control doesn't need to be 100% effective to make a difference.
Disincentivizing illegal immigration is a partial fix; just need to be careful to avoid the...
Hint for anybody heading to Vermont this winter -- "Stewart's Shops" (most locations) have 91-octane is labeled as "Ethanol Free" right on the pump Just paid $3.13/gallon.
I don't trust the "pure-gas" website; even the entries claiming to be recently updated are hit-or-miss, with many...
Public schools, cannot just "make policies", in this case, the policy isn't just stupid and unfair, but also likely unlawful. See Tinker v. Des Moines
Government schools cannot step on student's first amendment rights willy-nilly, They need to show that the speech both has direct nexus to...