The News for the Week of<br />November 2nd through 5th, 2009<br />
Brazilian Man Shows Up Alive at His Own Funeral<br /> Mistaken identity of a Brazilian man thought to have been killed in an auto accident showed up to his own funeral to tell family members he indeed was not dead. The mistaken identity was caused by other family members, who at the morgue, thought the similar clothing belonged to the man. The corpse was badly disfigured, said a police spokesman. <br />
Lawyer for Suspect Who Says He Was Too Fat to Kill: Just Look at Him<br /> The lawyer for a Florida man told jurors all they have to do is look at his client to see that he's obese, old, and in no condition to commit such a murder. Defense lawyer Walter Lesnevich said his client — age 62 and at least 285 pounds at the time of the murder — didn't have the energy to run up a staircase, accurately <br />shoot Duncsak, leave before police <br /> arrived, then make a 21-hour drive to <br />his mother's home in order to create <br />an alibi as prosecutors claim.<br />
Stop the presses, change the textbooks – in about a million years or so.<br /> A 35-mile rift in the desert of Ethiopia will eventually become a new ocean or sea, researchers now confirm. The crack, 20 feet wide in spots, opened in 2005. Some geologists believed then that it would spawn a new ocean. At a speed of less than 1 inch per year — for the past 30 million years, this rifting formed the 186-mile Afar depression and the Red Sea. The thinking is that the Red Sea will eventually pour into the new sea in a million years or so.<br />
Now you are informed. <br />Thank you for watching. See ya next week. <br />All news articles came from www.foxnews.com<br />
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