NEWS CENTRAL HEADLINES – APRIL 12 2016

April 12, 2016

 

 

(CNN)   MISSOURI GOES TO TRUMP & CLINTON

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander declared that Trump and Clinton won with narrow victories over their opponents. Trump wins the state’s 12 delegates after Ted Cruz swept Colorado over the weekend. Trump is leading the GOP delegate count with 758 over Cruz’ 538. Clinton barely edged out over Sanders with a 0.2 percent lead in the Democratic primary. Antonio Dominguez will be in later for our full political report, where we’ll tell you about John Kasich’s stark warning to the GOP party.

 

(GUARDIAN)      TWO MORE ARRESTED IN BRUSSELS

Two men have been charged with offenses relating to the Brussels bombings, according to Belgian authorities. Identified as Smail F and Ibrahim F, the two were renting an apartment in Brussels to hide the Brussels metro bomber and his suspected accomplice. Authorities have discovered Brussels was the hideout for the November 13thParis attackers. The two men are in custody of the federal prosecuting department.

 

(FOX)    NORTH KOREA PENS LINCOLN PROPOGANDA

North Korean state media constructed a letter from the late president Abraham Lincoln that criticizing Obama’s nuclear foreign policy. Likely used as domestic propaganda, the letter, entitled “Advice from Lincoln to Obama”, questions why the United States refuses to stop its nuclear program while forcing nations like North Korea to stop theirs. The fake Lincoln states, “The world doesn’t trust an America that doesn’t take responsibility for what it says.” North Korean state media called Obama a “monkey” in 2014. Harsh words result from international hostility as the county continues testing nuclear missiles.

 

(AOL)    KFC RETURNS TO ITS ROOTS

As the Chick-fil-A franchise blooms with popularity, KFC reinvents its image through a process called “Re-Colonelization.” The chain started a “chicken mastery certification” program and has spent 100,000 hours retraining 20,000 employees. The restaurant will now remake any part of the meal that is dissatisfying to the customer. KFC President Jason Marker stated “We’re not making food in what (the Colonel) described as the ‘hard way.’ Today marks the end of that.

 

(FOX)    ARREST MADE IN SEATTLE HUMAN REMAINS CASE

A man was arrested after human remains of a severed head and foot were identified as 40-year old Ingrid Lyne. Lyne was last seen Friday night preceding the Mariners game and was reported missing when scheduled to pick up her three daughters. 37-year old John Robert Carlton, who has a history of assault charges, is booked in King County Jail with homicide charges after body parts were found in a recycle bin in Central district. The two were dating since February. Lyne was an employee of Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. Her children are reportedly staying with a family friend while investigation continues.

 

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