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this day in crime history: may 29, 1979

On this date in 1979, federal Judge John H. Wood, Jr. was assassinated outside his home in San Antonio, TX. Wood, who was nicknamed « Maximum John » due to the harsh sentences he handed out for drug offenses, was the first federal judge assassinated in the 20th century. 234 mots de plus

True Crime

San Antonio man resisting arrest dies after police struggle

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — San Antonio police say a man who was hit with an electronic stun gun while resisting arrest has died.

Police say family members called for help after 41-year-old Ernesto Carman was throwing items and causing a disturbance early Saturday at home. 71 mots de plus

News

Happy Birthday Past President Kennedy (May 29th, 1917).

If it weren’t for your actions, I may not have been treated as a free citizen of this already great nation. Freedom that opened my ears to not just one but two excellent ladies yesterday (weird that happened in two completely different locations with two completely unassociated people) that provided me with what I needed to prompt this meme: 43 mots de plus

Entertainment

Buc-ee's

Buc-ee’s or as Josh calls it; Boo-Chees, is a place that Texans are really proud of. One of my friends was even told to stop there as a part of a to do in Austin bucket list. 197 mots de plus

Food

Texas - Austin and San Antonio

Feels like a good time to post again with summer right around the corner and the Texas heat intensifying.  This post will mostly focus on bringing out the natural tones and contemporary colors that define Austin and San Antonio urban architecture.   29 mots de plus

Photography

St. Joseph Church

The cornerstone for Saint Joseph Church was laid in 1868 by a group of San Antonio’s German Catholic Immigrants who wanted to worship and hear God’s Word proclaimed and celebrated in their own language. 505 mots de plus

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