A pilot and a United Arab Emirates (UAE) official from the national center for meteorology and seismology check salt flares attached to a plane that is fired into a promising cloud to increase condensation and hopefully trigger rainfall.
Louisiana Millionaire Who Paid To Have His Wife Kidnapped So He Could ‘Save’ Her Pleads Guilty
Facing a bitter divorce, Michael Lawrence Handley made a shocking choice. The Louisiana millionaire paid to have his wife kidnapped so that he could foil the simulated plot himself and return to her good graces. The 2017 plot went awry when the abductors died while evading police — with now Handley faces 35 years in prison.
****** When multiple restraining orders were filed in 2017, Handley went on a baffling mission to win her back. Offering two 27-year-old kidnappers 19 gold bars as payment, he instructed them to abduct his wife at gunpoint so Handley himself could save her. It was only in handcuffs that he realized how wrong it all went.
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Egyptians got mad because they thought the government was making “gay” money The government was forced to assure citizens that they are not, in fact, making the country's currency an advertisement for LGBTQ rights.
Some citizens got upset when the Central Bank of Egypt debuted the country’s new polymer banknotes online, claiming a watermark is secretly a gay pride flag superimposed over a mosque.
The wild rumor started after the government unveiled the new notes. The new design includes an image of the newly-built Al-Fattah Al-Aleem mosque and the watermark is over top of the drawing.
In 2017, seven people were arrested for flying a Pride flag at a music concert. It sparked a mass wave of arrests of “suspected homosexuals;” within a month over 80 people had been arrested with some subjected to anal examinations in a ridiculous attempt to “determine” whether or not they are gay.