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Top 10 Ways to Tell the Suspect’s Guilty

Top 10 Ways to Tell the Suspect’s Guilty

1. He has a really good—and really expensive—lawyer. 2. Claims the blood he was covered in was actually Kool-Aid because he plays the Kool-Aid guy at kids’ birthday parties and only uses the machete to slaughter chickens. 3. Uses the phrase “I don’t know what you’re talking about” at some point during the interview. 4.

The Top 10 Headline Gaffes of all Time

1. Mississippi’s Literacy Program Shows Improvement 2. Bugs Flying Around With Wings are “Flying Bugs” 3. Tiger Woods Plays With Own Balls, Nike Says 4. A-Rod Goes Deep, Wang Hurt 5. One-Armed Man Applauds the Kindness of Strangers 6. Marijuana Issue Sent to Joint Committee 7. Federal Agents Raid Gun Shop, Find Weapons 8. Homicide

The Top 10 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2014

1. Plaintiff in Pending Disability Lawsuit Topples Huge, Historic Boulder 2. Little League Coach Sues Player Over Celebratory Helmet Toss 3. NY Man Sues for More Money Than Exists on Planet Earth 4. Rescuers Sued By Man They Pulled From Floodwaters 5. CA Town Victimized by Plaintiffs’ Attorney Who Has Filed More Than 3,000 Lawsuits 6.

The Top 10 Fictional officers I’d least like to be questioned by

1. Lt. Edmund Exley with Officer Bud White standing slightly behind him. (L.A. Confidential 1997) 2. Oslo Police Detective Nicholas Ramm (Bloody Angels, Norwegian film from 1998 w/subtitles) 3. Fargo Police Officer Marge Gunderson (Fargo 1996) 4. Bill Duke as the unnamed detective. (Menace to Society 1993) 5. New York Police Department Detective Jimmy “Popeye”