Saudi Arabia had made the "strategic decision" to purchase a nuclear weapon from Pakistan amid the ongoing negotiations over Iran's nuclear program, a former American defense official said in a report published today in The Sunday Times.
The Florida man accused of firing a gunshot into George Zimmerman's car has been arrested, according the Lake Mary Police Department. Matthew Apperson turned himself in to police on Friday and was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and firing a deadly missile into an occupied conveyance, police said. "After conducting numerous interviews throughout the week, detectives determined that Mr. Apperson did intentionally fire his weapon into the vehicle occupied by George Zimmerman without provocation," police spokeswoman Bianca Gillett said.
A high school in York County, South Carolina, asked a senior to remove an American flag from his pick-up truck, sparking a flag-waving protest by students, parents and military veterans Thursday morning across from school grounds. Initially, school district officials told students they couldn't have any physical flags on their cars for safety reasons. "When I hear that you can't fly the American flag it makes my blood run red, and my blood is red," said Vietnam veteran Michael Douglas. read more
lice have confirmed that George Zimmerman was involved in a shooting Monday afternoon on a Lake Mary, Florida, road. Zimmerman was released Monday from a hospital in Sanford with some kind of facial wound, possibly from a bullet or flying glass. Chief Steve Bracknell said Zimmerman did not shoot, but the other person involved shot at him. He said the other man involved is someone Zimmerman knows and has had contact with in the past. Zimmerman is with his lawyer and is not answering any questions, Bracknell said. read more
Officers arrested Johnson Wednesday after he allegedly interfered with an arrest and was seen "discarding suspected narcotics on the ground," St. Louis County Police spokeswoman Leah K. Freeman said. read more