A few headlines for you:
- United States:
A Texas man who told emergency services he killed his girlfriend and cooked parts of her body later described his actions as being compelled by God, police said.Alleged cannibal killer claims he was compelled by God—The Guardian, 8th January 2008.
- United Kingdom: Fundie told she must obey the rules, like everyone else. BA worker loses discrimination case over cross—The Guardian, 9th January 2008.
- United States: Inspiring this kind of thing is usually Kali's job:
A man who believed he bore the "mark of the beast" used a circular saw to cut off one hand, then he cooked it in the microwave and called 911, authorities said. Man Cuts Off, Microwaves His Own Hand—Breitbart, 9th January 2008.
- United Kingdom/Kenya: Gilbert Deya tries to use Kenyan unrest to avoid extradition. Forgets British government revels in sending people back to dangerous war zones. Deya loses his appeal against extradition—icSouthLondon, 9th January 2008.
- England and Wales: End in sight for offences against the non-existent. Ministerial compromise averts backbench revolt over repeal of blasphemy offence—The Guardian, 10th January 2008.
- England and Wales: And a related motion gets an amusing number. Commons call to disestablish church is number 666—The Times, 10th January 2008.
- United States: "Embarrassed" Law Student Apologizes For Anti-Gay Bar Exam Scandal—Queerty, 10th January 2008.
- United Kingdom: Girl found dead in river 'had feared a forced marriage'—The Guardian, 9th January 2008.
- Spain: Bishop of Tenerife blames child abuse on the children—Typically Spanish, 27th December 2007.