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Patriots release tight end Aaron Hernandez following arrest

jasllegend:

Young, Talented, Women, Money what a shame to throw it all away. We don’t know the circumstances but still.

Originally posted on FOX6Now.com:

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, Massachusetts (CNN) — Authorities charged former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez with first-degree murder on Wednesday, hours after police arrested him and the NFL team that once gave him a $40 million contract dropped him from their roster.

Hernandez is accused in last week’s shooting death of Odin Lloyd, whose body was found in an industrial park area less than a mile from Hernandez’s home.

Hernandez “drove the victim to the remote spot, and then he orchestrated his execution,” First Assistant District Attorney Bill McCauley said in court Wednesday.

“He orchestrated the crime from the beginning, he took steps to conceal and destroy evidence and he took steps to prevent the police from speaking to … an important witness,” the prosecutor said.

A judge ordered that Hernandez be held without bail.

Defense attorney Michael Fee had said that the evidence is circumstantial and that bail should…

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$1.2M in $100 bills stolen from Swiss airline in New York

jasllegend:

Lufthansa Heist again?

Originally posted on FOX6Now.com:

NEW YORK (CNN) — The FBI confirms it is investigating the theft of $1.2 million from Swiss International Airlines Flight 17, which arrived at New York’s JFK International Airport from Zurich, Switzerland, on Saturday afternoon, according to FBI spokesman J. Peter Donald.

The money was in $100 bills and was being transported in a cargo container, Donald said, adding it’s still unclear when it was stolen.

A law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation says the money was headed to the Federal Reserve.

The Port Authority is declining comment, according to spokesman Steve Coleman.

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Chrysler recalling 630,000 newer model SUVs

jasllegend:

yes, very smart here to recall the product. Especially when it involves people lives. It doesn’t look good for a company, look at what Tylenol did in the 80′s. They recalled their product and fixed the problem.

Originally posted on FOX6Now.com:

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Days after announcing it would fight a federal safety regulator’s request to recall 2.7 million older vehicles, Chrysler Group announced the recall of 630,000 newer model SUVs.

The automaker is still fighting a U.S. regulators’ request that it voluntarily recall 1993 to 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees and 2002 to 2007 Jeep Libertys over a gas tank design issue.

Thursday’s recall announcements are different, intended to fix two separate issues.

The company said 409,000 of its Jeep Patriot and Compass SUVs from model years 2010 to 2012 are being recalled to fix a sensor-activated restraint system that is designed to deploy when a rollover appears imminent. The company said the vehicles’ seatbelt pre-tensioners and side-curtain airbags may not function properly during slow-developing rollovers. It said it is unaware of any injuries, accidents or complaints associated with this issue. Just over 254,000 of the vehicles are in the…

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The Best TV Shows We Ever Binge-Watched

jasllegend:

Yea, I only watch tv show that have good acting, good writing and good stories. Breaking Bad is def my favorite, it stands head to head with The Sopranos and The Wire. I also recommend Game of Thrones, Dexter (Kinda downhill after Season 4) and The Walking Dead

Originally posted on Flavorwire:

Binge-watching has so quickly become a fact of life that it’s hard to believe Netflix’s streaming video service is still less than five years old. And according to its creator, Vince Gilligan, no TV show has benefited from the rise of marathon viewing more than Breaking Bad. Gilligan went so far as to tell Wired that “it’s very possible we wouldn’t have made it to 62 episodes without this creation of these technologies and this cultural creation of binge-watching.” But Breaking Bad is hardly the only series that merits mainlining. In the interest of keeping you occupied during the networks’ long summer programming hiatus, Flavorwire staffers recommend the best TV shows we ever binge-watched.

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Chrysler/Jeep recall controversy: What’s next?

jasllegend:

Either case, this is not good for Jeep. The stain is already on the mattress

Originally posted on FOX6Now.com:

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Is your Jeep Grand Cherokee safe to drive? For now, that remains an open question.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the gas tanks on many of the older Jeep Grand Cherokee and Liberty SUVs are a safety hazard. The federal regulator wants Chrysler to take 2.7 million of them off the road until the risk of fire in a rear-end accident is fixed. Chrysler is refusing the recall, and just as adamantly saying that the SUV meets safety standards.

The automaker’s refusal is nearly without precedent, raising numerous questions. Here’s what is known right now.

What is the government’s position?

NHTSA says that the plastic gas tanks on the 1993 to 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the 2002 to 2007 Jeep Liberty are too susceptible to spilling gas when hit from behind, and that can cause fires. It says it knows of at least…

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