Tuesday, December 29, 2015

UPDATE: The 'Affluenza Teen' has been captured. So when can we expect authorities to slap cuffs on the 'Affluenza Grandma?'

Ethan Couch
"Couch had dyed his hair brown to disguise himself when the pair went on the run."

     According to the Daily Mail.Com, "The 'affluenza' nickname for the 18-year-old came from a psychologist who said during Couch's trial he was so wealthy and spoiled he could not tell the difference between right and wrong.                                                                                                         
     The Texas teen who became a fugitive after allegedly breaking his probation sentence for killing four people while driving drunk was detained in Puerto Vallarta in Mexico,  CNN reported Monday.

     Ethan Couch and his mother were wanted in Tarrant County, Texas, after vanishing two weeks ago after he was sentenced to probation about two years ago in court for intoxication manslaughter."  


     Many Americans are probably wondering, when we will see similar reports regarding 'The Affluenza Grandma'?
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State Dept. plans New Year's Eve release of Clinton emails 

-- Washington Examiner

      The Washington Examiner reports, "Thousands of Hillary Clinton's private emails will hit the Internet on New Year's Eve thanks to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that permits the State Department to wait until the end of each month to release the documents.

     Hundreds of emails are expected to be marked classified in the remaining unpublished email trove, as all monthly releases since this summer have contained classified material."*

 If indeed, these 'hundreds of emails are marked classified,'  should there be any confusion regarding Hillary Clinton breaking the law, as highlighted in the above video?

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