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Monday April 8th, 2019 night edition

image for Terry Coneyworth: 'Depraved' child rapist jailed for life

Image copyright Humberside Police Image caption Terry Coneyworth sexually assaulted the child a number of times and boasted of the abuse to others online.

A paedophile who filmed himself raping a two-year-old girl and shared it online has been jailed for life.

Terry Coneyworth, 31, abused the child a number of times in 2018 and took photos and videos.

He pleaded guilty to 19 child sex offences at a previous Hull Crown Court hearing.

Sentencing him to a minimum of eight years, Judge Mark Bury said: "Your offending plumbed the depths of depravity".

Coneyworth, of Derwent Avenue, Hull, attacked the child in October and November, sharing the images on a messenger service.

Defending, Richard Thompson said Coneyworth had "problems in his childhood and had not dealt with them how he should have done". »

Report: Blizzard Forbids "Okay" Symbol in Overwatch League Arena

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Blizzard has reportedly forbidden the “okay” hand symbol in the Overwatch League (OWL) Arena claiming it’s a “white power symbol.”.

@Rebarob22 also indicated this is a new policy from Blizzard as the “Okay” symbol had been flashed on OWL broadcasts throughout last season.

What do you make of this report that Blizzard is banning the “Okay” symbol because they believe it is a “white power symbol?” »

One Big Happy Molecule

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He had mixed rubber latex and sulfur together when he had a little accident.

Wouldn't you know sulfur was just the extra ingredient he needed to make rubber work in cold weather.

Once the rubber has been crosslinked, all the molecules have joined into one big molecules. »

Germany Just Shut Down Its Last Fur Farm

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The Rahden-based farm “now stands empty,” according to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), signaling the end of fur production in yet another EU country.

Germany banned fur farming in 2017 — the country gave farmers a five-year transition period to fully phase out of the industry.

According to PETA, the largest animal rights organization in the world, eighty-five percent of the fur industry’s skins come from animals held captive on fur factory farms. »