Q: Did the Warren Commission specify a motive for Oswald killing Kennedy?
A: No. Oswald "was moved by an overriding hostility to his environment," the report said. "He does not appear to have been able to establish meaningful relationships with other people. He was perpetually discontented with the world around him. Long before the assassination he expressed his hatred for American society and acted in protest against it."
My Way News - Atheist 'mega-churches' take root across US, world: During the service, attendees stomped their feet, clapped their hands and cheered as Jones and Evans led the group through rousing renditions of "Lean on Me,""Here Comes the Sun" and other hits that took the place of gospel songs. Congregants dissolved into laughter at a get-to-know-you game that involved clapping and slapping the hands of the person next to them and applauded as members of the audience spoke about community service projects they had started in LA.
At the end, volunteers passed cardboard boxes for donations as attendees mingled over coffee and pastries and children played on the floor.
Missouri court says red-light camera laws like those in KC are invalid - KansasCity.com: “By failing to require the municipal court to report a violation of the ordinance as a moving violation … Ellisville permits what state law prohibits — a moving violation without the assessment of points,” Odenwald wrote. “Because the ordinance allows a driver to commit a moving violation without being assessed points on his or her license, the ordinance conflicts with Missouri law.”
“If they do pay it, they are pleading guilty and they will not receive any refunds,” said Pfannenstiel.
There are 5,600 red-light camera tickets pending and nearly 17,000 warrants for people who never paid their fines. Pfannenstiel admitted those who want to take their chances and not pay, no longer have to worry about late fees or warrants, while waiting for the courts to make a final decision.
“We cannot stop them from paying if they chose to pay, but in the meantime, during this litigation no penalties will be added if they choose not to pay. No warrant will be issued for them,” said Pfannenstiel.
He has previously sewn his lips together to demonstrate against the jailing of two female members of the Pussy Riot punk band who staged an anti-Kremlin performance inside Moscow's main cathedral in 2011.
He was also arrested after wrapping his naked body in barbed wire outside a Saint Petersburg government building in May.
He said that he told Foreign Minister Elias Jaua "to give all the necessary explanations" to Mexico, but should "try to make the Mexican president know that he is standing up for an airplane that was full of cocaine."