US actress Brittany Murphy died today from a reported heart attack at the age of 32.
Brittany made a name for herself after starring in the hit film Clueless, and then later went on to star in 8 Mile (a longside Eminem), Sin City and Just Married.
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Rest In Peace Brittany.
Via BBC News
An 18-month old girl who police mistakenly allowed to be taken by an impostor from a station has been found.
Audrey Kessie Nyanor’s mother, Cynthia Boakye, 36, was arrested on Thursday in Southwark, south London, over alleged immigration offences.
A woman claiming she was a friend of Ms Boakye went to Walworth police station and took the toddler.
The child was found in Harlesden, north London. A woman, 31, has been arrested on suspicion of abduction.
A Met spokesman said officers were called at 1400 GMT by a member of the public and that the toddler and the 31-year-old woman were found 55 minutes later on Harlesden High Street.
The woman remains in police custody at a west London police station. Continue Reading….
I was relieved to hear that baby Audrey was found safe and sound.
Now I want answers from the MET police! I hope there is a thorough investigation in to why Audrey was just handed over to a stranger without them doing the necessary checks first!
To think this all started when Facebook members Jon and Tracey Morter campaigned online to push Rage Against The Machine’s 1992 single Killing In The Name to number 1, which was designed to prevent another X-Factor number 1 (Joe McElderry – The Climb).
Via BBC News
Rock band Rage Against The Machine has won the most competitive battle in years for the Christmas number one.
The band’s single, Killing In The Name, sold 500,000 downloads beating X Factor winner Joe McElderry’s The Climb by 50,000 copies to clinch the top spot.
Their success followed a Facebook campaign designed to prevent another X Factor number one.
One retailer said it was a “truly remarkable outcome – possibly the greatest chart upset ever”.
Speaking on the Radio 1 chart show, Zack de la Rocha from Rage said: “We are very, very ecstatic about being number one.”
He added it was an “incredible organic grassroots campaign”. Continue Reading…
Well done Jon and Tracey for taking on the X-Factor machine and winning!
Congratulations Rage Against The Machine!
Ahhhh….the power of the Internet……..
Via BBC News
A hunt is under way for an 18-month-old girl taken from a police station.
Audrey Kessie Nyanor’s mother, 36, was arrested on Thursday in Southwark, south-east London over alleged immigration offences.
A woman turned up at Walworth police station saying she was a friend of Audrey’s mother and was there to collect her.
However it later transpired she was not and a search was started. Audrey’s mother was later released on bail. Continue Reading…..
How could they just hand the child over to this woman and not do the necessary checks first???
Metropolitan Police – MAJOR FAIL!!!!
I pray that Audrey is found safe and sound.