A long car chase with a Dodge Caliber in Phoenix, Ariz., ended with
the suspect shooting himself in the head on live TV, appearing to commit
The driver, recorded live news helicopters, led law enforcement on a dangerous chase, traveling at speeds of nearly 100 mph.
Around 3:30 p.m. ET, at the end of the hour-long pursuit, he drove
off the road, got out of his car and ran down a dirt path for a short
period. He then appeared to shoot himself in the head and collapsed.
Fox News quickly cut away from the shot and went to commercial after
the gruesome incident. Host Shepard Smith immediately apologized for
airing what looked like a suicide.
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Two sisters practically control the Lagos Judiciary and Lagos state
Chief Judge, Hon Justice Ayotunde Philips, is ordinarily a happy and an
easy-going lady, always in her natural smiles and dimples. While in
active legal practice in Lagos, I had many appearances before her and
her relationship with lawyers and even the cases before her speak
volumes about her sense of humanity.
Her sister, Justice Olufunmilayo Olajumoke Atilade of the same Lagos
Judiciary could not have wished for a better sibling. They are both at
the top in the Lagos Judiciary, occupying the first and second position
Kubura Sofunde, a Federal Polytechnic Ilaro graduate, suffering from
chronic breast cancer, is now in critical state. She has therefore
taken it upon herself to personally appeal to Nigerians to do more to
save her life.
Breast cancer, especially when it is chronic, is
A suspected serial kidnapper has declared that his gang has a Senior
Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) on its payroll. Ubaka Lovinus was arrested by
the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Lagos State Police
command following a tip-off. He shocked his interrogators when he
explained how he bought his freedom through the services of quality
lawyers including a SAN in the past.