Thursday, February 25, 2010

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know You Needed

"Escape from Freedom"
A convict in the Netherlands has escaped from prison after tunneling out with a spoon. Her secret tunnel began in a cellar and was concealed by a removable hatch.
A convict in the Netherlands has succeeded in breaking out of prison with an escape worthy of the movies: She tunneled her way out -- with a spoon.
The public prosecutor's office confirmed Tuesday that the 35-year-old female prisoner had escaped through a tunnel from a prison in Breda in the southern Netherlands.
The spectacular prison break was made possible because the convict was no longer housed in a regular cell, but in a separate building on the grounds of the detention center where long-term inmates are prepared for their release and are given more freedom.
Guilty but not responsible
Dog survives 40 days without food lost in mountains
Mother Creates Life After Death
Nikolas Evans died at 21, His mother considers a surrogate to birth her grandchild culled from her son's sperm after his death on April 5, 2009.
Student says assignment was inappropriate
“I believe you don't write about how to sell your soul to the Devil," she said.
Mom goes online to sell breast milk

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