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Louis suburb found no cause to indict a white police officer in the shooting death of a black teenager, setting off riots, fires, looting and general mayhem.
This time James Bond is in Istanbul trying to avert a nuclear catastrophe pushing up the price of petrol, causing general mayhem to the plans of the baddies and looking forward to Christmas - shapely scientist Christmas Jones, that is.
With Wesley Snipes and Harrison Ford added to the line-up, along with four younger wannabes, the bullet count and general mayhem is racked up even more.
Thankfully, the only thing Beverley really needs to escape from these days is not the terror of James's accident, but the general mayhem of looking after three young children and the demands of work - Beverley is the voice of women's issues on Radio 5 Live.
However, for all its faults, this keeps viewers watching through the chases, horrifically violent scenes and general mayhem.
THAT IN THIS day and age, lieutenants of a respectable presidential candidate in Ghana would discuss a strategy of deliberate instigation of violent street protests to cause general mayhem in the country, so they can attract international attention to their cause, beggars belief.
What is interesting about this photograph is that as well as pupils the slide was used by members of staff to join in the general mayhem.
The #RomneyDeathRally is described as an apocalyptic event where Romney, running mate Paul Ryan and various other right-wing figures gather with the hordes and there is much death, eating of babies, howling and general mayhem, the Herald Sun reports.