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Hunting the Knox

February 24, 2014 9:41 am3 comments
Hunting the Knox

She is stunning, she is icy, she is too confident. She’s a devil. Actually, she is not. She is pure, she is genuine, she has been manipulated. As she admitted herself, she didn’t know us Italians could be so judgemental. She’s a winged angel. Seven years have gone since Meredith […]

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Byerlusconi

December 2, 2013 12:21 pm0 comments
Byerlusconi

Senate says: «yes!» the former italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has to pack his bags and leave the Parliament. Many cannot understand, though, the need of vote in order to stop a person convicted of fraud from representing his Country. It should have been immediate, don’t you think? If a […]

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Berlusconi’s unfortunate spin of luck

September 12, 2013 11:45 am2 comments
Berlusconi’s unfortunate spin of luck

Italy. Let’s do a little Brainstorming: Pizza, spaghetti, Florence, the Pope, Dante, Pavarotti, Roman Empire, Berlusconi. Let’s stop here: Silvio Berlusconi. For the ones that ignore his existence, he was the former italian Prime minister, known mostly for his scandals than for his government policy, for his vices rather than […]

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On Trial: Private First Class Bradley Manning

June 6, 2013 1:06 pm4 comments
On Trial: Private First Class Bradley Manning

The court-martial of PFC Bradley Manning began on Monday the 3rd of June, three years after his initial arrest. Manning, who is responsible for one of the biggest leaks of classified documents in history has already pleaded guilty to 10 of 22 charges. Bradley Manning, Whistle-blowing hero or law-breaking traitor? […]

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Savannah Dietrich; the Victim with a voice

July 26, 2012 6:00 pm2 comments
Savannah Dietrich; the Victim with a voice

Awww! Those poor boys who sexually assaulted an unconscious girl at a party and then posted images of the assault on the internet have had their names publicly released? What a shame? How unfair! They made her life a misery living in shame and humiliation, but our hearts go out […]

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