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Bradley Stone Manhunt; Christie Defends Cowboys Allegiance
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/16/14 1:20 pm | updated: 12/16/14 1:20 pm
BREAKING 12/16 2:35pm: Body of man found in woods near Pennsburg is that of suspect Brad Stone.

Police are pursuing a man suspected of killing four generations of a Pennsylvania family yesterday. The man is Bradley Stone. Investigators say Stone went to three houses in the Philadelphia suburbs before dawn Monday and fatally shot six people, including his recently engaged ex-wife, who had told neighbors she feared he would kill her. Earlier in the day, Stones former mother-in-law and her mother were found shot to death in Lansdale. Stone is a former member of the U.S. Marines. Upper Perkiomen Schools will be closed today due to the search.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is shrugging off the criticism he’s getting for high-fiving Jerry Jones and cheering for the Cowboys in Sunday night’s Eagles loss. Christie says, "Eagles fans are very passionate. That's great." Of high-fiving Jones, Christie said, "I'm a Cowboys fan, and I'm sitting with the owner of the Cowboys, and the Cowboys score a touchdown. What am I supposed to do, do the Mount Rushmore routine and stare straight ahead?" If the Eagles had not lost, Christie said, "you wouldn't have heard anything about it." Christie, who was born in Newark and grew up in Livingston, started rooting for the Cowboys after watching quarterback Roger Staubach play in 1971.

Bill Cosby’s wife Camille has broken her silence over the fallout from the accusations about her husband. In a statement issued by Camille Cosby, she declares her husband to be a kind, generous and funny man and a wonderful husband, father and friend. In the statement, Dr. Cosby says she first met her husband in 1963 and they were married the following year. However, she says, a different man has been portrayed in the media recently: a man she says she doesn’t know. She says there is no vetting of her husband’s accusers, and she asks “who is the victim?” At least 19 women have publicly accused Cosbly of drugging and sexually assaulting them. Three colleges have cut ties with Cosby in the fallout: his alma mater, Temple University, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Spelman College. The Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Michael Stevens also announced the Navy is revoking Bill Cosby’s title of honorary Chief Petty Officer following the numerous accusations.

Tonight the Flyers have Tampa Bay. In City 6 hoops, Drexel is at Buffalo and American visits LaSalle.

Rain today. 54 in Center City.
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