(Great idea! And right after that, they can sue the Los Angeles PD for letting OJ go)
FERGUSON, Mo. (KMOX) – The Ferguson Police Department is now facing the very real possibility of being taken to court by the U.S. Justice Department.
Word of the suit is breaking on CNN as we await the imminent release of findings from the department’s investigation into not only the August shooting death of Michael Brown, but a broader pattern of conduct by Ferguson police against minorities.
Zarif is said to “frequently shout at Western diplomats” with such force that bodyguards have been forced to enter the negotiation room.
During one incident described by Iranian officials to the press, European Union Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, a chief western negotiator, admitted that Zarif had been shouting, and she had gotten used to it.
Abbas Araqchi, an Iranian diplomat who is also a member of the negotiating team, is reported to have said in an interview that during past negotiations in Geneva, Zarif “shouted” at Kerry and spoke to him in a manner “unprecedented” in the history of U.S. diplomacy.
(Now this sounds like really good partners for peace I think)
(Reminiscent of the cancelation of flights to Tel Aviv during protective edge?)
According to the Israeli version of YNET News, the State Department has issued a travel warning to Israel, specifically to Jerusalem. Below is the Google Translate version of the article:
The US State Department issued a travel warning for Americans who travel to Israel, with an emphasis on visits to Jerusalem. “The security situation can change from day to day, depending on the state and regional peace. There is a danger of political tension and violence in Jerusalem and the West Bank will bring your injuries and even death American citizens,” reads the warning.
6. Who needs drugs when you have ‘coexist’?
Thank you M., Richard, Yucki, Draculea, Wrath of Khan, and all. Quite a bit more to come.