U.S. Government Breaks Their Laws
Little Blue Pills Among the Ways CIA Wins Friends in Afghanistan
The Afghan chieftain looked older than his 60-odd years, and his bearded face bore the creases of a man burdened with duties as tribal patriarch and husband to four younger women. His visitor, a CIA officer, saw an opportunity, and reached into his bag for a small gift.
Four blue pills. Viagra.
"Take one of these. You'll love it," the officer said. Compliments of Uncle Sam.
The enticement worked. The officer, who described the encounter, returned four days later to an enthusiastic reception. The grinning chief offered up a bonanza of information about Taliban movements and supply routes -- followed by a request for more pills.
Angry wife charged with biting husband's Penis
A 27-year-old Deltona woman told authorities she bit her husband's penis because she didn't want to have sex with him. Charris Bowers was arrested Saturday by a Volusia County sheriff's deputy, accused of misdemeanor battery. A judge set her free Sunday without requiring her to post bail.
According to a sheriff's office report, the Bowerses had been to a bar Friday night. Delou Bowers told authorities that when they got home, his wife began to perform oral sex on him but then began to bite his penis.
He tried to stop her, he told a deputy, but she kept at it. He then began to punch her in the head and pushed her to the floor, and she let go, according to the arrest report.
Charris Bowers gave the officer two versions of what happened. She first said she was sitting on the couch when her husband walked over and put his penis in her mouth, according to the report."She then bit it to get him away from her," the report said. She later said her husband walked over with his penis exposed, and she bit it.
Either way, the deputy saw the injury, photographed it then arrested Mrs. Bowers.
Pastor furious over you-know-what ads on church
A pastor is fuming over dozens of posters advertising penis enlargements and abortions that were plastered over the walls of a landmark church in King William’s Town.
Father Charles Lagan of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church yesterday said enough is enough and called the numbers printed on the adverts, after efforts to pull them down only encouraged the pasters to put up more.
One of the advertisers promised to send people from East London to remove them from the church wall.
But they never arrived.
A flustered Lagan said the posters, which had been a familiar sight around the town, started appearing on the church’s walls about two weeks ago.
"We pulled them down, only to have them put up again."