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Showing posts with label amanda knox. Show all posts

Paris Jackson Single Appointment

Paris Jackson will give her first-ever single appointment on Friday day when she seems to be on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to advertise her future performing very first. After a cloistered youth, London, 13, the only child of overdue pop popular Erina Fitzgibbons, started out up to Ellen about her formerly protected life and how her dad's music motivate her performing.

In excerpts published before the displaying, Paris Jackson revealed that her dad assisted her make for her future first film role, in which she will play Lundon in "Lundon's Fill and the Three Important factors," an difference of the dream sequence based on creator Dennis Christen's stories.

"When I was really little my dad was in the movie 'Moonwalker' and I knew he could sing really well but I didn't know he could act," she said. "I saw that and I said, 'Wow, I want to be just like him.' " She said Michael also gave her at-home acting lessons. "We would do improv together. He would give us little scenarios. He would (say), 'OK, in this scene you're going to cry' and I'd cry on the spot."

In one of the most (literally) revealing moments, Paris explained what it felt like for herself and her siblings, Prince and Blanket, to wear disguises for most of their young lives. "I'm like, 'This is stupid why am I wearing a mask?' But I kind of realized the older I got like he only tried to protect us and he'd explain that to us too," she said. The masks, in fact, helped the three kids live as normal a life as they possibly could considering that their dad was one of the most sought-after paparazzi targets on earth. "I do have like a regular childhood," she said. "I mean, I'm treated the same. When I came to [my new school] they didn't know who I was. I was like, 'Yes, I have a chance to be normal.'"

When asked if she realized how big a deal her dad was when she was a child, Paris admitted, "I just thought, 'he's got a few songs out,' but I figured everyone did that."

In the action-animation hybrid "Lundon," Paris will voice the lead character, a human, in a fantasy adventure in which "sea magic turns a dolphin into a human, a teenage boy into a dragonfly and a loving jellyfish queen into an evil fairy godmother." Among the other voices in the movie are former CNN personality Larry King and his wife, Shawn, and ex 'NSYNC member Joey Fatone.

Paris told DeGeneres that her dad warned her before his surprise death in June 2009 that he would not be around forever. "He said, 'If I die tomorrow always remember what I told you.' I took his advice and I remembered everything he told me," she said.
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Waxahachie A Massive Fire

Firefighters decided to allow a massive fire that raged Monday morning at a chemical plant in Waxahachie, Texas, burn, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reported Tuesday.

he cried fire in a chemical plant Blend Magna with more than 80,000 gallons of bulk liquid storage and propagation of a field near the train stations and engulfed a fire truck.

The fire is now 80 percent contained, and evacuees in the region should be able to return to their homes 17:00

Officials say they do not know how the fire started, but started an investigation to find out.

Environmental Protection Agency said preliminary tests of air quality to see "nothing significant" and said that there is no immediate threat to the public.
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Amanda Knox Recite His Innocence

Amanda Knox Recite His Innocence
"I'm not what you say," said Amanda Knox, 24, stood before a panel of judges from Monday to recite his innocence to a charge of murder.

Court of Appeals would agree to free him, but some of the Italian hill town in Umbria, Perugia is not.

"Murderer! Murderer!" cried a dozen people who had gathered outside the courthouse, with the feminine form of the word, even if Knox co-defendant and former boyfriend has been released as well.

What began four years ago, when police found blood, half-naked body of a British exchange student in a cottage in the medieval city on the Tiber, was completed by an American exchange student in tears again its life.

Years after the killing, Knox was played by the British media and the Italian prosecutors as a witch, "devil" who had coaxed her Italian boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, as part of sexual play of her roommate Meredith Kercher, and then forced him to - "dog leash" - and girl, when she stabbed him to death.

None of this was true, the jury of eight members, he said. The jury had two options to pay: the determination that there was insufficient evidence or that the couple simply did not commit the crime. The jury found, of course Knox and Sollecito.

"Not guilty!" announced the title in a national newspaper La Repubblica. Hundreds of journalists and television crews were outside the courtroom for the verdict, two magazines, celebrities and gossip, Today and People, Knox put the lids. Because of his fame, was almost always referred to simply as "Amanda" stories.

Anthony Holt, 21, a native of Los Angeles and a student of the University for Foreigners in Perugia, said the city had an opinion.

"We met a group of students who thought she was innocent. It was my group, "he said." But I know there was another group who thought she was guilty, and they expected elsewhere. "

Knox, who was 20 for the crime, was due to leave today for Rome and returned home to Seattle, where friends and relatives were ecstatic about his acquittal. Sollecito's lawyer was booed as he left the courthouse. Even typhus.

Bukkiah Antonio, 19, student in Rome, said he was happy Knox was free and the courts do not believe train was a very American - and their alleged supporters. "Maybe some people made a mistake," he said.

Even if the judge does not release its reasons for the removal of two weeks, in a bad light, and DNA evidence may have been the death knell criminal case, the lack of a clear motive.

Almost forgotten, that the right can already Kercher. Rudy Guede, the small drug dealer from the Ivory Coast and The Drifter, was convicted of murder.

The police traced a fingerprint on a pillow under Kercher's body to Guede, but only after the arrest of Knox and Sollecito. Instead of concluding that Guede killed Kercher in a robbery, freeing the others, the police said the plot to kill sex.

"They firmly believe in his innocence. You can not blame them for it," Kerch Lyle, brother of the victim, the family said Knox. "But of course it's hard for us."
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