By Tricia Kang |Staff Writer|
10/29- Stolen Kit Kat
A Kit Kat bar that had been sitting a students car at Kansas State University, was taken after only leaving his car for a few minutes and later discovered a handwritten note.
The note wrote “Saw Kit Kat in your cup holder. I love Kit Kats so I checked your door and it was unlocked. Did not take anything other than the Kit Kat. I am sorry and hungry,” the thief wrote according to CBS News.
At first being upset about the missing Kit Kat, victim soon took his note to social media which was shared hundreds of thousands of times, as Kit Kat even responded on promises to replace the stolen treat.
10/29- One Baby Policy
In China, forbidden babies are still an issue in other parts of the world where giving birth to a child is considered a cause of pride and joy.
China’s local government carries out pregnancy examinations every three months, if a pregnancy is found, they would be forced to get an abortion.
China’s one child policy was scrapped, not out of the recognition that a women should be free to choose what she does with her one body and her own fertility but because of the Communist Party and the economic consequences of the falling birth rate.
10/31- Bleach in Water
A Pennsylvania college student accused of putting bleach in his pregnant girlfriend’s water in attempts to harm her fetus, is now being accused of murder.
With attempts to commit first degree murder of an unborn child as well as reckless endangerment in attempts to not wanting a child.
Approximately two months pregnant, after returning to campus felt a burning sensation in her throat, vomited and called 911, upon examination, the fetus was unharmed.
11/1- Emoji text while killing toddler
Christian Clark, 21, was jailed on charges as she killed her toddler son sending a video of the lifeless boy to his father in a text rage, lasting over two hours over suspicions of having sex with another women.
“I’m killing them,” followed by a laughing emoji with tears coming from its eyes, police said according to CBS News.
Charged of homicide of 17-month-old Andre Prince III and the attempted homicide of 2-year-old sister.
11/1- New Starbucks Cups
With Starbucks’ new unfamiliar bright green cups having a sketch of a variety of characters covering the entirety of the cup.
Some question whether the cups are replacing the Starbucks traditional holiday cups.
These newly designed cups have costumers divided behind the message of promoting peace and unity or encouraging a discussion of a possibility of racism.
11/3- Marine Found Guilty of Homicide
A former U.S. Marine, accused of killing the pregnant wife of a fellow Twentynine Palms Marine has been found guilty of first degree murder.
The unanimous verdict read aloud during court proceedings at San Bernardino Justice Center in San Bernardino that the former Marine Christopher Brandon Lee was charged with one felony count of murder.
Arrested the next day in Anchorage, Alaska and extradited back to San Bernardino Country to face charges.