By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, (c) www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
Inside Judge Belving Perry’s courtroom Friday, the “Casey Cam” caught a moment Friday, July 1, when accused killer Casey Anthony appears to snap at her lawyer.
What is she upset about? Then a seemingly perturbed Jose Baez points for her to sit down and is off to a bench conference.
It’s a Moment that raises more questions than it answers, like just who is in charge of Casey’ Anthony’s defense, the defendant or the lawyers? Read the rest of this entry »
By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, (c) artharris.com, all rights reserved
Check out my interview with Poynter Institute media writer extraordinaire Al Tompkins (link below) about French outrage over subjecting their powerful IMF bigshot and possible candidate for President to a public perp walk, showing him unkempt and displeased in cuffs, after allegedly trying to rape a New York hotel maid in his $3,000/night suite.
Remember, as the New York prosecutor argued in winning bond denial, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, nicknamed “the great seducer” of French politics, was all comfy on the tarmac in first class, likely toasting devilish good luck in rushing from an alleged crime scene to make the flight, perhaps delicately sipping a nice Chateau Lafitte, even gloating , â€˜Yo, Roman (Polanski, or Baby Doc!), here we come.
Polanski managed to rape a 13 year old girl in LA, then hide behind French skirts and extradition loopholes to escape U.S. justice, and much has been made of his shadow hanging over the case. Read the rest of this entry »
From The Bald Truth staff, article courtesy U.S. Navy
He’s exhausted. His muscles ache beyond belief and his body is chilled to the bone. His heart is pumping a mile a minute after having just maneuvered through an obstacle course that would challenge the most agile men.
He knew it wouldn’t be easy, having read articles about “the quiet professionals,” and listened to stories about “the toughest military training in the world” from guys who had gone through the training before him. He tells himself he can make it, over and over again. This Sailor wants to be a U.S. Navy SEAL. Read the rest of this entry »
“The only easy day was yesterday”—-U.S. Navy Seal David Goggins
By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
“The only easy day was yesterday,” says U.S. Navy Seal athlete David Goggins who pushes beyond his limits every day, staying in top shape for races and missions.
We don’t know what SEAL Team he’s on, but be assured, Seal Team 6 team members who took out Osama Bin Laden had to be in top physical shape and mentally focused, like Goggins and his extraordinary training regimin. Read the rest of this entry »