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The Dangers of Ouija

A 15 year old Texas teen has been arrested and charged with attempted murder after stabbing his friend in the gut in the woods behind a Weslaco, TX high school.

The teen used a 4 inch knife to stab the 14 year old, but his claim is that a Ouija board instructed him to rid himself of his problems and that the friend was the cause of them.  Police claim that the assailant really believed that the board had given him the advice and after stabbing him took him to a nearby store for help.  A third teen that had seen the event told police the boy told the victim to tell that he’d “fallen on the knife” as an excuse.

The victim spent several days in the hospital, but survived the attack.

The accused has no previous history of criminal or mental problems, but he does now.

via MSNBC, NBC Washington

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Thats Not a Speed Bump, Thats Your Girlfriends Head

James Avera is in a Palm Beach County jail without bond charged with attempted murder, robbery and battery – all on his own girlfriend.  (now ex-girlfriend)

Sunday night after walking out of a house party with his girlfriend, Toni Baran, when they got into an argument.  Witnesses say they saw Avera beat and choke Baran, arguing over money he claimed she had stolen from him. As others tried to intervene Avera grabbed her purse and emptied it into his pickup truck.  Avera got into the truck with Baran hanging out the window when he began to back up the truck.  He then pushed her out and she fell into the path of the truck’s rear wheel when Avera drove over her head.  Avera drove off despite witnesses yelling at him and saying that he had to known he’d run over her because the truck, “bounced up into the air”.

Baran was taken to a hospital with a myriad of cuts, bruises and had to have her ear re-attached, but was well enough to be released.

Avera denied hitting or knowingly running over Baran, but did admit to taking the purse because of his claim that she’d stolen over $1000 from him.

via ABC Action News

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