Cara-Finnegan

If someone dies due to negligence, then the institute provides assistance to him. But if someone demands money from the government because Her sex life has been affected by her husband’s death, then it seems a little strange to hear. But this is the real truth. Cara Finnegan, a woman living in Queensland, Australia, has appealed to the hospital to provide the funds of $ 1.2 million immediately to her. Actually, 1 year ago, Cara’s husband, Jamie, died due to brain damage. Then it was revealed that due to the doctor’s misdemeanor at the hospital where Jamie was treated 6 years ago, this condition had taken place. For the past year, Cara has been feeding all four of his children alone. By the way, Cara’s family has already got $ 10 million in aid. Now she is demanding more money from that hospital because she feels that after her husband’s…

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Unconditional-Surrender

The picture that has become the symbol of love and romance in the world, has started questioning him. In Florida, a famous statue ‘Unconditional Surrender‘ created in memory of a historic moment during the war has been damaged by some people and wrote ‘#MeToo’ with red spray on it. Actually, the story behind this statue is very different. After the end of World War II, people were celebrating happiness. An American sailor, George Mendonsa, was also very happy to think that he will not have to go back to the sea. A nurse in Times Square was also standing. George was so happy that he grabbed the nurse standing in front of him and kissed him. Sailor George Mendonsa, who was made in the statue, passed away on Monday at the age of 95. The nurse’s name in the statue is Greta Friedman, who is currently 95 years old. He…

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A couple who fell to their deaths from a scenic overlook at Yosemite National Park in October were intoxicated, according to a report. Meenakshi Moorthy, 30, and her husband, Vishnu Viswanath, 29, died “of multiple injuries to the head, neck, chest and abdomen, sustained by a fall from a mountain,” the Stanislaus County Coroner’s Office said, according to the San Jose Mercury News. Both Moorthy and Viswanath were “intoxicated with ethyl alcohol prior to death,” but no drugs were present in their bodies according to the coroner’s report. Ethyl alcohol is found in alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine and hard liquor. It remains unclear how intoxicated the pair was and how exactly they fell. Andrea Stewart, assistant Mariposa County coroner, told the Mercury News in an email that “we can only conclude that they had consumed alcohol but it is unknown to what level of intoxication.” Viswanath’s brother, Jishnu Viswanath,…

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