Chester Crown Court heard Wood bragged
about attacking an unnamed man just hours after the assault and murder of Mr Compton.
Playing against [actor-director] Bill Duke, who bragged
all night long about how good he was, was the highlight of the night," MacFarland laughs.
A WOMAN of 32 was arrested for having sex with a 12-year-old boy after he bragged
about it to schoolmates and police were tipped off.
It does not dwell on his denial of the crimes, nor on his appellate argument that he was railroaded on the testimony of a jail house informant who said Williams bragged
about the killings.
If you have any lingering doubts about who has won the cultural war in America in 2003, consider this: Our born-again president is celebrating the election of a new California governor (married to a Kennedy), who bragged
about smoking "grass and hash" and gang-bragging a black woman in Gold's Gym in Venice, Calif.
A TORY peer accused of dealing cocaine bragged
he was untouchable because he was a lord, a court heard yesterday.
THE killer nephew of Lotto winner Dolores McNamara bragged
yesterday: I'll be free for the World Cup.
that Liza had "lost about 80 pounds'--to which she responded, "I'm not as obsessed with people being thin as I think my husband is.
Eight-year-old Ian Benisti bragged
that he tried 20 cups of chili, though his mother guessed it was closer to nine.