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Both hate each other, but the two better straighten out their differences as the killings continue.
Through a special dispensation from the NYPD, Detective Tommy Conley is permitted to observe and advise the Stockholm PD.
Over the course of the last 12 months, young, blonde and blue-eyed women have been turning up dead in a field of asphodel flowers.
One group of riders drove through a narrow, pedestrianised shopping arcade in the city centre, with one quad bike colliding with a motorcycle and injuring the rider's leg.
Judge Marson said bikes were seen riding on pavements towards groups of children out trick-or-treating, customers at a supermarket on Kirkstall Road were unable to leave and the store had to close early as a result of the disruption.
In a world where superheroes and villains are very real, unassuming office temp Arthur becomes obsessed with a sinister conspiracy he believes has taken over his City.
As Jake tries to rewrite history, he discovers that the past does not want to be changed and will do anything to stop him.Thirteen bikers who caused chaos in a 'Mad Max-style' Halloween ride-out in Leeds city centre have been jailed.They were handed prison sentences of between 12 months and two years for their parts in the organised event, which saw more than 100 riders on motorbikes and quad bikes disrupting traffic and riding through pedestrianised areas.Sentencing the defendants at Leeds Crown Court, Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said: 'This is a case which calls for a deterrent sentence.'Behaviour of this sort, having serious effects on this city, cannot be tolerated.'The bikers, on motorbikes, scooters, scramblers and quad bikes, gathered 'en masse' on Kirkstall Road and Leeds city centre at rush hour.Some of the riders were not wearing helmets and some were wearing face coverings, including Halloween-style masks. The bikers were seen speeding, weaving in and out of vehicles, riding on pavements, in bike and bus lanes, through pedestrian-only areas and red lights and on the wrong side of the road, and performing wheelies and other stunts.