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March 07, 2002

The Best Hit and Run case ever
Associated Press | Submitted by: Gargoyle93
"According to a police statement, the woman panicked, and with the man still lodged in the windshield, she drove a few miles to her home, parked in her garage, and ignored his pleas for help until he died. His body was later dumped... The woman told police she occasionally went into the garage, apologizing to the victim."

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Parents offended by corpse art
London Telegraph | Submitted by: Lady C
"An art exhibition in which skinned human corpses are displayed clutching their own brains has provoked outrage among campaigners who are demanding it is prevented from opening in Britain. Families of children whose body parts were removed in the Alder Hey scandal have written to Tony Blair asking him to block the Body Worlds exhibition, scheduled to open in London next month."

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First womb transplant
Globe and Mail | Submitted by: Ann Onymous
From the Mad Science Department: "The womb of a 46-year-old woman who required a hysterectomy was transplanted into a 26-year-old woman who lost her own uterus to excessive bleeding during childbirth, but wanted anther baby. The uterus survived 99 days before it had to be removed because of blood clotting." Now, if it were actually being transplanted into a man, that would be interesting.

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The round end is where the bullets come out
KUSA Denver | Submitted by: allism
"The officer chased the man through the neighborhood and the man started shooting. Police say it appears the suspect attempted to fire a shot at the officer while running away. Instead, police say the man accidentally shot himself in the face."

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Hot Syringe Sex
Click2Houston | Submitted by: The Tex
"A 19-year-old daughter took the witness stand Wednesday to testify against her mother. Narda Goff, 43, of Stow, Ohio, is accused of helping her husband, John, impregnate her daughter using a syringe. The teenager was the first witness to testify... She was only 16 at the time, and she told them no."

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Fritz Hollings, The Senator from Disney
Fox News | Submitted by: Soylent
Bought and sold: "Sen. Fritz Hollings, D-S.C., is at it again. Although he represents South Carolina, Hollings is sometimes known as the "Senator from Disney" because of his eagerness to support the interests of the motion picture and record industries and their lobbying arms, the Motion Picture Association of America and the Record Industry Association of America."

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MPEG group shoots self in foot
Salon | Submitted by: Soylent
"On Jan. 31, the agency charged with licensing MPEG-4, a standard for digital audio and video compression, announced a series of new fees. Manufacturers of software programs that incorporate MPEG-4 would be required to pay 25 cents for each copy they sell (up to a cap of $1 million per year). More controversially, the alliance of companies pushing the MPEG-4 standard also proposed a "use fee" -- a 2 cents an hour charge that either users or manufacturers of the software would have to come up with."

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