brutally : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Runnion and Van Dam were taken and brutally murdered; Smart stolen from her home and still missing.
- Mai, a 30-year-old woman who lives in the remote hamlet of Meerwala, was brutally and publicly gang-raped in June 2002 by four volunteers on the orders of a village court, or jirga.
- Why else would the body have been disposed of so brutally and anonymously? Back at the police lab, the coroner's report transformed the case into a sex crime: physical evidence .
News & Articles
- Glendale man killed in hate crime, official says
The man accused of brutally murdering a Glendale resident earlier this year did so because the victim was gay, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said Wednesday.
June 22, 2013 - The Glendale News-Press
- Panel discussion
Two teenagers in Sheboygan County will face prison for brutally killing one teen's great-grandmother, but because of their age, each must be given the possibility of parole. One teen won't be eligible for parole until age 48.
June 22, 2013 - Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter
- Michael Davis, 44, beaten with bat after trying to break up Rogers Park bar fight
Chicago police are looking for two men who brutally beat a North Side man with a bat after he tried to break up a fight inside a bar.
June 21, 2013 - ABC 7 Chicago
- Barack Obama in Bangkok Post
Last year's election would be "remembered for how the Iranian government brutally suppressed dissent and murdered the innocent, including a young woman left to die in the street," he said.
- Mike Huckabee in CNN
We have both been brutally assaulted by Gov. Romney with amazingly misleading ads that attacked and distorted and misrepresented our records, Romney attacking me in Iowa, attacking him in New Hampshire,Huckabee said.
- Oscar Goodman in guardian.co.uk
Let's be brutally honest, warts and all. This is more than legend. It's fact,said Las Vegas's mayor Oscar Goodman, himself a colourful character who has made the most of the city's heritage, even appearing in Martin Scorsese's cinematic...