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{{Lead_Tester|Title=Padres’ pitcher on rampage, kills twelve
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{{Lead_Tester|Title=Supreme Court approves death penalty for jaywalking
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|Image text=Oh...uh...sorry Felipe...
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|Image text=Citizens should now be warned that jaywalking is not only dangerous - it's punishable by [[death]]
|Synopsis='''SAN DIEGO, California''' -- As [[fans]] filed into the seats of Petco Park yesterday the [[27]]-year-old pitcher, Jake Peavy, was warming up for another big [[murder|start]]. Peavy’s [[enemy|opponents]], the Arizona Diamondbacks, were in for the game of their lives. Peavy began the game by [[killing]] the first batter, Felipe Lopez. As Lopez’s [[blood]] splattered against the backstop the fans watched in horror. Soon the [[Batman|batboy]] ran out to Lopez’s limp body and applied a defibrillator
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|Synopsis='''WASHINGTON, DC''' -- In a landmark decision today, the U.S. [[Supreme Court]] approved the death penalty for the crime
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of jaywalking. In a split 5-4 vote on the controversial topic, the Court ultimately decided that losing one's life is not
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"''cruel and unusual punishment''" when it comes to penalizing those who cross the street on a red light or at unmarked locations.
 
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