Monday, June 29, 2009

Manohara Tortured, Injected and Sliced

Monday, 8 June 2009 Manohara finished doing the first stage of the visa process. Results vise Manohara create new lawyer, Hotman Paris and his friends repeatedly rub their eyes (like want to cry). Visible breast / chest and the top of the thigh seam slice. View results vise Manohara Odelia Pinot is so severe, a question arises, whether Manohara can not cry when the razor blade. Why did not he struggle?. Why did not he struggle?

Respond to this Manohara said that while he was in the razor blade, he can not do anything. Dibius such as rigid body. Mouth can not say words. Manohara can feel pain, Manohara eyes can see the breast when Manohara disilet, also normal nose, the ears to hear, but Manohara can not move the whole body, Manohara also can not cry. He could only weep and leave the body before finally disilet Muhammad Fakhry menyetubuhi Manohara. Is not very humane.

He be in the room that looks like a prison and can not exit. Since it does not want to eat Manohara, emaciated body. Why now Manohara visible body fat? Manohara confess Manohara several times in the needle by Muhammad Fakhry. Manohara the injection on the body weight increased 10 kg in just 4 days time.

Translated from life is too short to drink bad coffee blog

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Marcella Zalianty Free From The Prison

Mercella Zalianty finally free from prison. After about 6 months Marsella finally can breathe fresh air. Meet the press earlier in the morning at 8, Marsella look fresh and have not seen the burden. Marsela but still has not been relieved because the Court has entered the trap to appeal Marsella.

Marcella Zalianty's family confess happy and have many things planned after Marsella from prison. There are pray together, and also in the near future they will pay a visit to the orphanage as an expression of gratitude. It was difficult to restore that reputation. Prison's ex who is now attached to it is difficult to be erased. Sexy Artist descent Chinese - Bataks said that she will do the best in the next time and learn from the past. It is also a result of work hard of Mascella's lawyer, Hotman Sitompul.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Early Ancient Rome

A law enacted in 204 BC barred Roman advocates from taking fees, but the law was widely ignored. The ban on fees was abolished by Emperor Claudius, who legalized advocacy as a profession and allowed the Roman advocates to become the first lawyers who could practice openly — but he also imposed a fee ceiling of 10,000 sesterces. This was apparently not much money; the Satires of Juvenal complain that there was no money in working as an advocate.

Like their Greek contemporaries, early Roman advocates were trained in rhetoric, not law, and the judges before whom they argued were also not law-trained. But very early on, unlike Athens, Rome developed a class of specialists who were learned in the law, known as jurisconsults (iuris consulti). Jurisconsults were wealthy amateurs who dabbled in law as an intellectual hobby; they did not make their primary living from it. They gave legal opinions (responsa) on legal issues to all comers (a practice known as publice respondere). Roman judges and governors would routinely consult with an advisory panel of jurisconsults before rendering a decision, and advocates and ordinary people also went to jurisconsults for legal opinions. Thus, the Romans were the first to have a class of people who spent their days thinking about legal problems, and this is why their law became so "precise, detailed, and technical."