Father Of Slain Student Speaks Out

Katie Cooper, 22, and Veronika Weiss, 19, both students at the University of California, Santa Barbara and Christopher Martinez, 20, a roommate of his killer, died at the hands of Elliot Rodger, 22, after he went on a rampage in Isla Vista, a community near the university and Santa Barbara City College.

Martinez’s father gave a wrenching statement to the news media Saturday afternoon.

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THECOUNT EXCLUSIVE: Youtube REMOVES Santa Barbara Killer’s Final Video

Eliot Roger Youtube video removedElliot Roger, the man responsible for killing six people at a Santa Barbara college, made a video before the attack. And now Youtube has removed that video from their system citing: “This video has been removed because its content violated YouTube’s Terms of Service.”

In the video, which has already been reposted to countless other YouTube channels, Rogers could be heard describing a massive all-out assault on University sorority girls over their apparent lack of sexual interest in him.
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Paul Walker: To The Rebeccas In My Life, I Leave NOTHING

Fallen ‘Fast And Furious’ star, Paul Walker was granted his last wish after a Santa Barbara probate court oked his dad as the sole executor to his vast fortune. He made no mention of either Rebecca.

Paul’s girlfriend, at the time of his death, Rebecca McBrain, and the mother of his child, Rebecca Soteros, were not even mentioned in the document. Continue reading

Canada To Randy Quaid: ‘You’re NUTS! And NO, You Can’t Live Here!’

Randy Quaid used to be one of my favorite actors but now he’s become kind of a joke. And I guess I’m not the only one who feels this way because the entire country of Canada just said “no” to Quaid’s request to become a Canadian citizen.

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Canada’s immigration department said that Quaid’s request for permanent resident status for him and his wife had been denied.

Kooky Quaid fled to Canada after series of bizarre run-ins with the law, including trashing a house him and his wife were renting in Santa Barbara, California.

Canadian officials most likely will not force the odd couple to leave the country, however, if the pair gets arrested for any reason, they would be returned to the United States, authorities said.

The application for judicial review submitted to the Canadian Federal Court reads:

“Organized crime and its victims are serious issues and can not be tossed off until the claim is heard. The refugee claims should remain intact as should Evi and Randy Quaid’s heads remain attached to their necks and it is their firm belief that their lives are at stake and being racketeered on. The Quaids claim is not ‘Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle.’ Evi and Randy Quaids lives are in danger here! Evi and Randy Quaid have been subjected to an injustice.”

 
Quaid’s wife, Evi, is already a citizen of Canada because her dad was born there.