Summary: Primary reports say the man, working at a contracting company, used an electric cord
to kill self.
com/news/local-news/crime/man-who-killed-mother-with-hammer-sentenced-to-life-in-prison_08485925) Corpus Christi Caller , 18-year-old Kevin said that he had initially tried killing his mother, Kimberly Hill, with an electric cord
from a games console.
By 2017, it would make the annual piles of old washing machines, computers, fridges, electronic toys and other goods with an electric cord
or battery the weight equivalent of 200 Empire State Buildings or 11 Great Pyramids of Giza, it said.
He was whipped 40 times with an electric cord
in his home, while three other men held him down on his bed.
Anne has an electric cord
coming out of her stomach and her nightly routine involves turning off her bedside lamp, kissing partner Derek goodnight and plugging herself in.
The hum hie typeface on one card read XENOPHILE (in reference to Andre Kreton's erotic ode to Oceania) and, below that, PHORMIUM TENAX; next to t hung two leaves of New Zealand flax amid a tangle of electric cord
They ate the cord off of the stock tank heater and the electric cord
attached to it.
Park Yong-ha, 33, is believed to have "impulsively" hanged himself with the electric cord
of his camcorder at his Seoul home hours after he came home intoxicated, Seoul's Gangnam Police Station said in a statement.
The jury was told during the week-long trial that his death had been caused by multiple injuries to the neck, face, arms and abdomen, including fractures to cartilage and bones in his neck as Mr Ripsher was choked with an electric cord
With this iron, the electric cord
is actually attached to a base and the iron is placed on the base when not in use.
According to investigations, Kikuchi wrapped Kiseki in a blanket, tied her up with an electric cord
, and left her at their home on Saturday morning.
THIS flex-free appliance gives you the freedom to move around while you're curling and the absence of an electric cord
gives improved co-ordination when trying to reach tough bits at the back of your head.