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Entra la policía en Christiania
04 set 2003
Hoy, 4 de septiembre de 2003, la policía ha entrado en Christiania. De momento sólo sabemos que 60 agentes permanecen dentro del barrio autogestionado de Copenhagen, y que estos han manifestado su intención de permanecer 3 meses!?

QUIEREN DESALOJAR CHRISTIANIA!
Hoy, 4 de septiembre de 2003, la policía ha entrado en Christiania. De momento sólo sabemos que 60 agentes permanecen dentro del barrio autogestionado de Copenhagen, y que estos han manifestado su intención de permanecer 3 meses!?

QUIEREN DESALOJAR CHRISTIANIA!

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Re: Driver shoots, kills man after pranksters throw tomatoes
04 set 2003
A driver fired a shotgun into a cornfield and killed a man after being tormented by a group of young Amish pranksters who pelted his car with tomatoes, authorities said. It was the county's first firearm-related homicide in about 30 years, police said.
Steven L. Keim was with about 10 other members of the Amish community, ages 15 to 23, who were hiding in the field Monday night, throwing tomatoes and firing paintball guns at passing cars, the Holmes County Sheriff's office said.

After driving past the cornfield several times and being pelted on each occasion, the driver stopped and challenged the group to throw more tomatoes, then fired three to five shots into the field, striking Keim multiple times. No suspect had been arrested Tuesday.

Holmes County, a rural area that has what is believed to be the world's largest Amish population, sees its share of pranks by young Amish people every fall, Chief Deputy Nathan Fritz said.

"They'll steal their neighbor's buggy and put it on top of a building," Fritz said.

It was the county's first firearm-related homicide in about 30 years, Fritz said.

Although Keim was raised Amish, the self-employed roofing contractor had a driver's license and had left the Amish church, Fritz said.

Many Amish teenagers, like the group in the cornfield, experiment with popular culture then later return to the Amish lifestyle, Fritz said.

The Amish do not believe in modern conveniences such as electricity and automobiles.

The incident occurred just north of Mount Hope, about 60 miles south of Cleveland.
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