A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

June 3, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Fascinating

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Police confiscated these weapons from Brazilian gangs

 

Prison Food

 

LA County Prison Food

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Saturday Morning Breakfast

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Recipes found in Prison cell

This coffee is served with a cloud of “cotton candy”, the coffee vapor rises to dissolve the “cotton candy” and the cloud begins to rain with sugar over the coffee. Coffee “mellow” in Singapore.

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Teacher’s homework policy

Teacher's homework policy

 

Election poster of a German politician

 

This is what its like when a Tornado comes your way

 

Nintendo’s advertising was much edgier in the 90’s

 

Kwame Ajamu being told he is a free man by a judge, after being falsely imprisoned for 27 years

It had taken nearly 40 years, but Ajamu was no longer a convicted murderer.

Moments earlier, Barker had dismissed his charges and county Prosecutor Tim McGinty had conveyed a message through an assistant that Ajamu; his brother, Wiley Bridgeman; and their friend Ricky Jackson “have been the victims of a terrible injustice.” The three had been convicted and sentenced to death in the slaying of a businessman outside on a corner store on a warm spring day in 1975. The case against them unraveled last year when the prosecution’s star witness recanted his testimony. The witness, Eddie Vernon, was 12 when Harry Franks was killed and 13 when he testified against the three men at their trials in 1975. Vernon said in court last month and in an affidavit that he had been coerced by Cleveland police. Ajamu, then known as Ronnie Bridgeman, was 17 when he was sent to death row. Jackson was 19, and Wiley Bridgeman was 20. Their death sentences were later commuted to life terms.

 

"Male"

 

“The Irritating Gentleman” (Der lästige Kavalier), Berthold Wolze, oil on canvas, 1874

 

Caltrops dispersal device installed in a car discovered in Brazil

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The first thing you notice when you walk into Bill Gates’s private office, just outside Seattle, is a wall-size installation of the periodic table with a sample of each chemical element in its own glass-fronted vitrine

 

Vision of the future 1930

 

Footage of Earth during spacewalk on ISS

 

Reese Witherspoon and her daughter

 

This image is illegal in Russia

This image is illegal in Russia

 

 

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