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04 ( ANI ): A 21-year-old woman has been arrested here for allegedly bludgeoning her mother to death as the latter had been objecting to the former's homosexual relationship with her teacher.
A SERIAL attacker responsible for bludgeoning two women to death and targeting four more is at large in the capital, Scotland Yard admitted last night.
The arrest of gay-porn star Theodore Cox (stage name: Vince Cobretti) in connection with the brutal beating of a local man led police to reopen an investigation into the 1999 bludgeoning death of another man.
Deputy headteacher Sion Jenkins, who is from Aberystwyth, was jailed for life for bludgeoning Billie-Jo to death with an 18-inch metal tent spike as she painted a patio door at their home in Hastings, Sussex.
More generally, Consumers in the Country joins in the social constructionist bludgeoning of old-fashioned technological determinism.
Bludgeoning the Palestinian people into submission may gain a few middling years of a Pax Israeli, but it does not take a lot of money or high-tech hardware to organize another suicide bombing.
The EAR evolved into a killer, generally bludgeoning his victims' heads multiple times with a blunt object or shooting those he could not control.
THE jury in the trial of Michael Stone, who is accused of bludgeoning Lin and Megan Russell to death in a hammer attack, were today visiting the scene of the deaths.
In creating a new perspective in the understanding of early modern martyrdom, Gregory sets out to slay a great deal of methodological dragons, though his weapon tends to be bludgeoning at times as it destroys other approaches which offer up insights into the social and gendered aspects of martyrdom.