“Hoffman had previously described Brehmer as her ‘best friend'”
“I have not really been alive for so long, I survive, and not even that…”
“…Prince George’s County does not notify ICE”
That’s murder, you know.
And if so, how responsible?
Days of future past
Law of unintended consequences?
“What went wrong in that room?”
“If you protest tomorrow, there will be consequences.”
Street robbery stopped cold… literally
Perhaps not quite as bad as 2017, but still…
“If the crown prince went in front of a jury, he would be convicted in 30 minutes.”
“The respondent testified that he wants live a peaceful life.”
“We must try to stop these people.”
It’s all fun and games until somebody is crushed to death by a killer robot
“I now join my colleagues in support of the leadership team of Pelosi, Hoyer and Clyburn.”
Unless you just want to murder the guy
Can you hear me now?
And this one wasn’t even in California
Not so much an investigation after all
“For him, it was like a drug.”
This is CNN.
We keep putting the same people back out on the street
A ferocious murder
“Obviously there’s been deception, and there’s been lies.”
Right. I’m sure you’re all over this one.
“I mean, it’s bad, bad stuff.”
What could go wrong?
“We’ve had so many people killed.”
“I think we have to find out what happened first.”
“You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered.”
“Contempt will be met with contempt.”
“Rivera’s claim of memory loss…could open the door to the defense of diminished responsibility.”
You’ve got to be kidding
“We at this network are putting that spin on the story,”
“he tells us that at some point in time he blacks out…”
Different, but still applicable
And it’s not ending any time soon
“El Salvador is listed as the country of origin for all 11 suspects.”
Will they be getting any help? Maybe
“Four hundred people a night were coming through here on average.”
Hey, give it a try