Straight Talk with John J Nazarian will be covering the latest news including the Global Positioning System tracking, GPS, ruling by the U. S. Supreme Court and other news story that has hit the news in the last few days.
John’s show tonight will have a lot of classic John Nazarian’s view on what is going on in the world and the U. S. and his uncensored opinion of how that might affect all of us depending on the topics he covers from the news headlines.
Kingston, Ontario —
“A Canadian jury Sunday, January 29, 2012, convicted three members of a family of Afghan immigrants of the “honor” murders of four female relatives whose bodies were found in an Ontario canal.
Mohammed Shafia, 58; his wife, Tooba Mohammad Yahya, 42; and their son, Hamed, 21, were found guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of Shafia’s three teenage daughters and his first wife in his polygamous marriage. Sunday’s verdicts followed a three-month trial, in which jurors heard wiretaps of Shafia referring to his daughters as “whores” and ranting about their behavior.
All three were sentenced to life in prison immediately after their convictions, with no chance of parole for 25 years.”
John’s topics for tonight will range from what is happening in Europe throughout the U. S. including covering current events, or any other headline that has caught John’s attention this week and John’s take on those issues, check back throughout today to see a few that will be listed.
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