The New York post, bastion of fine journalism
A Tennessee preacher and his sisters got into a brawl after the women broke a church rule and wore pants to services.
Reba Storey said that when she and her sister walked into the Assemblies of Jesus Church in Bristol, their brother, the Rev. Clarence Love, told them, “You’re not wearing pants in my church, you demon.”
Storey replied, “I’m so glad I serve a God who can work through my pants.”
They all faced assault charges, but Judge Bill Watson tossed the case, ruling, “This is the most ridiculous case I have ever seen in the court system.”
While most of the paper is probably best used as toilet paper, their NYPD police blotter is required reading.
Police smashed a gambling ring and arrested a bookmaker at an East Flatbush nail salon, authorities said yesterday.
Cops swooped down on the nail salon at Clarkson Avenue and East 51st Street about 12:40 p.m. Thursday.
Police arrested Jean Develus, 67, after allegedly catching him taking bets over the phone and recording them on betting slips.
Cops also confiscated a slot machine, $232 in cash, betting slips and a calculator. Develus was charged with promoting gambling, possession of gambling records and possession of a gambling device
Oh my god, a calculator. I better be careful, I think I may have a spreadsheet program installed on here.
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Well, what was the warrant for?? If it included items connected to the illegal operation, the confiscation of the calculator was probably appropriate on the grounds of obtaining evidence. No?
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