FBI Accused of Executing Man Being Questioned, Buffett Buys Another Newspaper, Disney Has Another Safety Incident: P.M. Links


  • Disney would prefer you think about these explosives instead
    Credit: Express Monorail / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND

    The father of Ibragim Todashev, the 27-year-old Chechen killed by the FBI during questioning in Florida connected to the men allegedly responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing, claims his son was executed by agency.

  • Billionaire Warren Buffett's media company has bought another newspaper in Virginia, prompting rallies and protests of rich men's control of the press by absolutely nobody nowhere.
  • Not a good week for press about the Disney parks. A visitor brought a gun into Disney World in Orlando. It slipped out of his owner's back pocket during a ride, leaving it to be discovered by a subsequent passenger. Nobody was hurt. The man was allowed to return the next day without the gun.
  • A hotel strike in Chicago ended after 10 years essentially as a complete failure.
  • Sequestration be damned: The federal government is looking to fill 27,000 job openings.
  • Anybody who follows political scandals will not be surprised at the news that retired Army Gen. David Petraeus has landed a job as a consultant.

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