But as Rodriguez, a 19-year-old bodybuilder, waited outside in his car, Nieves walked up to the window and calmly shot him in the face and neck, detectives say. Police say that Nieves, who had recently broken up with a girl Rodriguez was dating, set up a fake Facebook profile in the name of Ty-Ann and used it to build a relationship with his victim using emails and online chat.Although Nieves allegedly went to great lengths to cover his tracks, even creating a fake phone number to swap texts with his victim, computer experts found evidence on his i Pod Touch, email and i Tunes accounts.Like many Americans, most of our meals seemed to revolve around highly processed foods or even fast foods.After the realization that this was not healthy for us or our community, we have reversed course and started to eat out much less.The Population and Migration Authority said in a statement that officers arrested 45 migrants from South Sudan, along with three Nigerians, two Ghanaians, two Chinese, one from Ivory Coast, one from the Philippines and one whose nationality is being checked.Israeli public radio said that in at least two cases, during early-morning swoops in the Red Sea town of Eilat, women with young children were picked up as they walked on the streets and were driven away.
It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'. Not only was she my first "mentee" in Sunday Supper, but she's a fellow Wisconsinite! The spices get me all excited, so when I heard about the theme, I thought I would plotz!(that is, until she moved to Morocco) She is a fabulous blogger, a wonderful mother and wife, and an inspiration to me. (hey- if I can't use a little Yiddish during this week, when can I use it? It's so simple to make, but it's a hit whenever I bring it to a potluck or make it for a gathering at my synagogue.And that's certainly going to be the case if you're thinking with what's in your trousers rather than your brain.As local media reports, the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) say that their troops have been targeted by a Hamas scheme which aims to trick users into installing a malicious spyware app onto their smartphones. By creating bogus social networking profiles of young attractive women, and luring their targets into installing malware onto their devices with the promise of a video chat.The app is sold on the premise of letting people know what you really think, without the fear of comeback, with its makers claiming: 'We believe in being open and honest, providing a safe environment for people to chat freely without worrying about being judged.' The Blindspot app allows users to send anonymous messages, photos and videos to their contacts without the receiver being able to trace it.