Canadian soldier guilty of murders (Actually he is a NATO top commander)

Belleville, Ontario • A commander who was a
rising star in Canada’s military pleaded guilty Monday to the murders of
two women, the sexual assaults of two others and dozens of breaking and
entering charges in which he stole panties from the bedrooms of girls
as young as 11.

Col. Russell Williams, who once flew prime
ministers and served as a pilot to Queen Elsizabeth II during a 2005
visit, was the commander of Canada’s largest Air Force base until he was
charged earlier this year.

He pleaded guilty Monday to two first-degree
murder charges, two sexual assaults and 82 breaking and entering charges
in a Belleville, Ontario court. The 47-year-old faces an automatic
sentence of life in prison with no possibility for parole for at least
25 years.

Queen gets rock from collapsed mine

London • Chilean President Sebastian Pinera
on Monday gave Britain’s queen and prime minister each a rock taken from
the bottom of the collapsed San Jose mine — a symbol of his effort to
turn the disaster-turned-success story into an international image

The rescue of 33 men from the stricken mine,
where they’d been trapped for more than two months, united Chileans and
elicited a wave of sympat… >>>

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