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Teenager Fatally Shoots Boyfriend in YouTube Stunt in Minnesota

Teenager Fatally Shoots Boyfriend in YouTube Stunt in Minnesota

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Monalisa Perez, 19, was booked into county jail after shooting at Pedro Ruiz as he held a book to his chest, believing it would stop the bullet.The couple's three-year-old child and nearly 30 onlookers watched as she fired the fatal bullet into his chest.Ruiz's aunt said they did it to increase their social media following.Claudia Ruiz told WDAY-TV that her nephew had told her he wanted to do the stunt "because we want more viewers, we want to get famous"."He had told me about that idea and I said, 'Don't do it. Don't do it. Why are you going to use a gun? Why?'" Claudia Ruiz told the news channel."They were in love, they loved each other," she said. "It was just a prank gone wrong."Ms Perez, who is pregnant, is facing charges of second degree manslaughter. She ...
After 27 Years, Jacob Wetterling’s Mom Confirms

After 27 Years, Jacob Wetterling’s Mom Confirms

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"All I can confirm is that Jacob has been found and our hearts are broken," his mother Patty Wetterling said Saturday. Authorities have located the remains of Jacob Wetterling, who disappeared in his hometown of St. Joseph, Minnesota, 27 years ago and has never been found.KARE 11 reported that Patty Wetterling, Jacob's mother,confirmed that Jacob's remains have been found.“All I can confirm is that Jacob has been found and our hearts are broken. I am not responding to any media yet as I have no words,” Patty told KARE 11 this morning.The Jacob Wetterling Resource Center released a statement on its Facebook page about the discovery:“We are in deep grief. We didn’t want Jacob’s story to end this way. In this moment of pain and shock, we go back to the beginning. The Wetterli
Ariana Grande Appears on Victoria Monét’s Song Responding to Recent Police Shootings

Ariana Grande Appears on Victoria Monét’s Song Responding to Recent Police Shootings

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Released on SoundCloud Sunday, "Better Days" is a response to last week's fatal shootings of Philando Castile in Minnesota, Alton Sterling in Louisiana and five Dallas police officers.Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét released a new track titled “Better Days” Saturday in response to the recent deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and five Dallas police officers: “Too many precious live were taken from us this week, this month, this year,” Grande wrote on Instagram. “Stay strong and know that better days are coming.”Monét has two of her own EPs to her name — Nightmares & Lullabies: Acts 1 and 2 — and has written songs with and for artists including Grande, Fifth Harmony, and Janelle Monáe. “Better Days” marks her first duet with Grande.“I’m heartbroken by all of the re