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Didofoot Reads The News, Part 3

Posted by on November 10, 2004

See Part 1, Part 2

Hotel Strikes Interrupt Sleep Of White Children: Neighborhood Outraged

“With psychological warfare, they are driving the neighbors nutty,” [a neighbor] said. “That noise is not helping their cause, and it’s only destroying the life of a 3-year-old and a 1-year-old. Why do they do it? To what end?”

Fireball Erupts From Construction Site in Walnut Creek, Killing Two

“I thought I was in Fallujah for a moment,” [a witness] told The Chronicle, her voice trembling.

The Peterson Case: Infanticide Not As Shocking As Juror’s Hair Color

Alternate Juror No. 1, a mother of four, is expected to start her first full day of deliberations today. Her dyed pink-and-red hair, nine tattoos and sparkly personality have captured the attention of courtroom spectators. […] She has also been seen crying during portions of the trial — specifically when autopsy photos were shown of the Petersons’ unborn baby.

One Response to Didofoot Reads The News, Part 3

  1. Dianna

    He added, “It must be like being a prisoner of war. We are prisoners of their noise, and it’s unwanted. We are trying to do our business and tolerate it, but there comes a point (where) I don’t think the human psyche can deal with it.”

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