|Champaign lawyer John Hirschfeld volunteered to bomb Yugoslavia, in
order to get out of allegations of embezzling from the News-Gazette.
In related news, Supervalu was on the front page of the News-Gazette.
And after this, Champaign mayoral candidates support a living wage.
In other news, Iraq supposedly had a secret meeting with Yugoslavia
during which it revealed sensitive information on what it's like to
be bombed to ruins by irrational westerners.
And in an unrelated story, Urbana's tepid Lincoln Square Mall has been
sold to local investors by a Minneapolis firm.
And in a different story tonight, Supervalu is operated out of Minneapolis.
Meanwhile, the "Melissa" virus has disabled NATO, grinding the air
war to a halt.
Busses were provided by some Serbs to some Kosovars to take them to
the border and expel them from Kosovo. The less humanitarian Serbs
simply slaughtered the adult males and sent the old folks, women and
children onto the road out of Kosovo. You decide if it's worth
it, but it's hard to say why the NATO doesn't simply bomb Milosevic's
palace if he's the author of this sad story. Instead, that site
is specifically off-limits in the spiral of destruction. Apparently
Milosevic is the only safe person in Yugoslavia and NATO is only equipped
to guarantee his personal safety.
Serbian television reports that the Kosovars are leaving Kosovo because
they are fleeing the NATO bombing. In war, Truth is the first