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Webb said investigators found none of Shacknai’s DNA on the ropes binding Zahau or on the bed legs where the noose was anchored.
In each painting, the victim faces viewers and one hand grasps the noose tightening around his or her neck.
Webb said investigators found none of Shacknai's DNA on the ropes binding Zahau or on the bed legs where the noose was fastened on one end.
The dictator thus has tightened the noose being woven about the necks of Lt.
These days, a mannequin wearing suspenders and a red handkerchief swings from a noose outside an old Main Street building — California Historic Landmark No.
The noose tightened on South African President Jacob Zuma as the police went after key allies while leaders of the ruling African National Congress vowed to force him from office.
Baumbach’s comedies pull on the tensions between families, friends, and lovers without ever forming a noose.
As in a small-town noir inspired by the Coen brothers, the mood turns brooding and ominous as paranoia encircles the duo like a tightening noose.
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