I decided to choose to do a game analysis on a title called Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney. An outsmarting, deduction game, where you play as a Defence attorney named Phoenix Wright( an ironic name I know) and have to outsmart the accused or defendant using clues and evidence to prove their guilt.
On Tuesday, the Islamic Center of Tucson shared on its Facebook page that an unknown man broke into and vandalized the center, ripping up over 130 the mosque’s copies of the Quran, the Islamic holy book.
The Tuscon, Arizona, mosque shared pictures of pages ripped out of the Quran and strewn all over the center’s prayer room rug.
Local KOLD reporter Maria Hechanova shared close-up pictures of the shredded Qurans on her Twitter. Read more. (3/15/2017 2:00 PM)
The New York Daily News published a story Wednesday about James Harris Jackson, a 28-year-old white man from Baltimore who allegedly traveled to New York City, encountered a 66-year-old black stranger named Timothy Caughman and stabbed him to death Monday night.
Police said the crime was racially motivated, and that Jackson surrendered at a New York Police Department substation in Times Square two days after the killing. “I’m the person you’re looking for,” Jackson told officers Wednesday, according to WNBC.
“He knew what he was doing when he was coming up here,” Det. William Aubrey added, citing Jackson’s history of hatred toward black people.
Yet the Daily News’ report — co-authored by Rocco Parascandola, Aidan McLaughlin and Graham Rayman — went out of its way to highlight the arrest record of Caughman, the black victim. Read more (3/22/17)
Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace was gunned down in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997, to close what would become one of the saddest — and most violent — chapters in hip-hop history.
Six months earlier, Biggie’s rival, Tupac Shakur, was shot seven times while riding in a car on the Las Vegas strip. He died in a hospital days later.
Both rappers were young — Big was 24, Pac was 25 — and at the height of their fame. And though many conspiracy theories persist about who and what’s to blame for their deaths, both cases remain unsolved.
This makes them among the highest profile examples of a grim reality: murder in America is notoriously difficult to solve. And it’s only getting worse.
According to statistics compiled and examined by the FBI and NPR, if you’re killed in America, there’s a 1 in 3 chance that police won’t find your killer. Read more (3/9/17 12:09 PM)
in Cleveland are searching for Steve Stephens, who is suspected of
broadcasting the killing of an elderly man on Facebook, NBC reported.
A video titled “Easter day slaughter” posted to Stephens’ Facebook page
under the username Stevie Steve showed the man asking an elderly man on
the sidewalk a question, then shooting him dead. The video was posted
around 2 p.m. Eastern and has since been taken down.
Authorities have since identified the victim as 74-year-old Robert Goodwin, according to CNN. Goodwin’s family gave a tearful interview to local media on Sunday. Read more (4/16/17 5:20 PM)