This video has recently been making its way around social media (here's a backup link in case that one disappears) and everyone is shitting bricks. Those of us not willing to immediately believe everything we read on Facebook will of course try to verify the story by googling "Acesha Bright" and looking for a mugshot or arrest. And of course, there is a recent one for attempted murder. You can ever track her down ion the Miami Dade Sheriff's website.
Except here's the corker. It's complete bullshit. For starters, the Facebook account featured in the video is for Dominic Low, a guy known for staging online videos. Second, the girl who "electrocutes" the two guys bears a striking resemblance to the girl who the same girl who "exposed" him for living in a storage closet. Secondly, any hotel outlet, especially those next to a tub of water, are going to be GFI. Thirdly, there's only one count of murder/attempted murder, instead of two.
So what happened is a couple of people sat and waited for a murder charge to come up against someone who looks like a member of their clique. Once that happened, they stage a 'crime' on video and provide the real arrestee's name so it looks legit after an arrest record search. Bloody fucking brilliant, if you ask me.
Red hair was apparently a sign of witchcraft in Christian Europe and it's said that it was often seen as a marker of guilt in the eyes of witch finders. To what extent this is true we'll probably never truly know, but it does appear from the evidence that red hair was certainly seen as untrustworthy and something that aroused suspicion. See if you can find these two sketchy bitches: one is getting her car detailed, and the other is about to sit on some metal chairs.
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In early wine history, the amphora was the vessel of choice for the storage and transportation of wine. Due to the perishable nature of wood material it is difficult to trace the usage of barrels in history. The Greek historian Herodotus noted that ancient Mesopotamians used barrels made of palm wood to transport wine along the Euphrates. Palm is a difficult material to bend and fashion into barrels, however, and wine merchants in different regions experimented with different wood styles to find a better wood source. The use of oak has been prevalent in winemaking for at least two millennia, first coming into widespread use during the time of the Roman Empire. In time, winemakers discovered that beyond just storage convenience, wine kept in oak barrels took on properties that improved it by making it softer and, in some cases, better-tasting.
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