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Officials warn of ’48-hour’ challenge that encourages kids to go missing for 2 days


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Officials want parents to be aware of the viral Internet “48-hour challenge” that encourages kids to go missing for two days, according to KFSM.

Our source says the main goal is to have their picture on social media, and the more likes and shares it receives, the more “points” the teen will get.

This challenge isn’t just scaring parents — it’s also wasting law enforcement resources.

Be sure to talk with your kids about this and express the seriousness of the situation: it is NOT funny to go missing and NOT funny to have parents and police worry for nothing!

Billionaire dies during Paris penis enlargement operation

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Billionaire diamond trader Ehud Arye Laniad’s pursuit of a plentiful penis has ended in his death.

The 65-year-old big wheel died of a heart attack at a private Paris hospital where he was undergoing a penis enlargement procedure.

Reports say the Israeli-Belgian died on the operating table.

Belgian media report that Laniad was stricken when a substance was injected into his penis triggering his demise.

Judge gets warning after telling jury God told him trafficking suspect was innocent

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A judge in Texas has received a public warning after telling a jury to reevaluate its guilty verdict for a trafficking suspect because God told him the defendant was innocent.

Jack Robison, a Comal County, Texas, district court judge, reported himself to the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct after making the remark in January 2018, The Houston Chronicle reported Wednesday.

Robison had reportedly made the statement while overseeing a trial involving Gloria Romero Perez, who was facing charges of continuous sex trafficking and the sale or purchase of a child.

Woman, homeless man in GoFundMe scam plead guilty

A homeless veteran and a New Jersey woman face decades in prison after they pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring in a sick GoFundMe scheme that netted hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Johnny Bobbitt, 36, pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of conspiring to commit money laundering and Kate McClure, 28 pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit fraud.

The pair, along with McClure’s ex-boyfriend Mark D’Amico, are accused of spinning a tale about Bobbitt giving McClure his last $20 for gas when she was stranded along the I-95 in Philadelphia.


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