One Russian cosmonaut in orbit didn't want to miss out, opting to select a person back on Earth to cast his ballot. Safe to say then, a 100% turnout on the International Space Station. And there's been a few unexpected voters aside from our cosmonaut too.
Zahid Khan said that he had bought it from a large auction company through a middleman and had official Ferrari parts fitted and that it was all above board.
However, he failed to show the proper paperwork so they took it off him and now video has been released of the car being crushed.
He went back to court with papers proving he owned the car, but it was too late and police said the car was crushed because it didn’t have valid insurance and was considered to be a ‘category B’ vehicle – officially classed as not being roadworthy, meaning the shell has to be destroyed.
With a brisk wind blowing under gray skies, Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis stood in front of a farm on Cherry Walk Road trying to describe what he had just seen behind the house.
"The siding — aluminum siding — was eaten off the house, and fiberglass insulation had been pulled out," Lewis said, visibly shaken, on Saturday. "Those horses were so hungry, they had broken the glass sliding doors on the back of the house, trying to get in and find something to eat. There's mud and broken glass all around the back of the house."
More than two dozen dead horses in varying degrees of decay had been discovered at the farm and reported to the sheriff's office Friday morning, which is when an investigation at the 2.13-acre property began. The land is owned by Clayton P. and Barbara L. Pilchard, according to Maryland property records.
Marjie Cancil, who lives near the farm, drove past Saturday afternoon and stopped to see what was happening.
Cancil said she never really got to know Barbara Pilchard, even though they were neighbors for at least 25 years. Cancil said she had been unaware of any possible neglect of the horses.
"I knew they had been struggling financially for awhile," she said, "and I guess that's because her husband has been ill for some time now. I knew her horses sometimes got out and raised concerns, but I've never seen an emaciated horse, never saw any indication anything was wrong."
In what appears to be a dramatic increase in the possibility of a military coup, the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, hated by much of the country’s population and sanctioned by a growing number of countries, is facing problems keeping the police and military happy as food shortages and hyperinflation start to hit their barracks.
Recent meetings and internal documents of the Venezuelan armed forces point to concern in the Maduro regime as troops grow more demoralized and commanders report an increase in the number of insubordination cases and desertions, reports the Miami Herald.
In addition to the signs of unrest among the Army and National Guard units, the government also faces a tense relationship with the investigative police agency known by its initials in Spanish, CICPC, after the recent public execution of rebel policeman Oscar Perez, who was killed by security forces in an assault broadcast live through social media.
Jesus this is like a scene from The Walking Dead. A video has gone viral of a starving mob in the town of Palmarito, Venezuela stoning a cow to death for food. Hungry Venezuelans now raiding private ranches in groups to kill cows for meat. This is reportedly happening at other ranches around Venezuela as well: This is reportedly happening at other ranches around Venezuela as well: When the animal finally falls to the ground in the footage, more villagers gather around - presumably to begin the distribution of its meat. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. -- Socialism at work. Who could have predicted this? Another Socialism success story. Send Bernie Sanders to live there so he will shut up about Socialism. -- Socialism. Killing cows with rocks.