Truth is stranger than fiction: Bizarre court reports reveal insanity of modern-day humans

Posted: October 19, 2012 in Uncategorized

Friday, October 19, 2012
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
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(NaturalNews) On Fridays, I always attempt to post something that’s humorous. What you’re about to read here is beyond humor… it’s more like something from the Twilight Zone. And yet, every account you’ll see below is 100% true. Although they read like fiction, they’re actually real incidents as reported by, a website that seeks out and publishes odd and interesting court reports.

By the way, the real-world content of this article is absolutely not suitable for children to read. Adults only, please… and FYI in no way do I condone the kind of behavior you’ll read in these reports.

Where’s pre-crime when you really need it?

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – A man who apparently set fire to his trailer during a psychotic episode cannot sue police who failed to arrest him when he voiced plans to burn the place down, a federal judge ruled.

Former Hostages Claim Oil Firm Conspired With KBG to Have Them Arrested & Tortured

BROOKLYN – A Belarusian oil company controlled by President Alexander Lukashenka conspired with the KGB to kidnap two U.S. citizens, a freelance reporter and a New York attorney, in a failed attempt to influence U.S. foreign policy, the former hostages claim in court.

Hey Dildo, where’s Frodo?

A gay couple claims in court that Continental Airlines workers humiliated them by taking a dildo from their baggage and taping it outside the bag for everyone in baggage claim to see.

f you’ll bear my husband’s children, we’ll keep you on the payroll!

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A woman claims in court that she was constructively fired when she refused a request from her female boss: to move in with the boss and her husband, have sex with the husband and bear his children. (

By entering this courtroom, you hereby agree that you’re guilty

ALBANY, GA – A Georgia circuit court and two county sheriffs prohibit family members of criminal defendants from entering court unless their family members plead guilty, according to a federal class action. (


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