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. [New Version] (link is external) Category:Health care occupations Category:Veterinary medicine Category:Women in science and technology"The citizenry cannot legislate its conscience out of existence. Law must compel the people to recognize the right of every other individual to live according to his conscience." ―Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, p. 127 Wednesday, May 15, 2008 Connecticut Woman Shoots Herself After Checking Out at Walmart A Connecticut woman shot herself in the head after driving home from Walmart with her shopping cart full of supplies. She left the store at 11:05 a.m. Monday, placed her car in gear, and drove away. Police say the woman was driving on her way back home in Bloomfield when her car lurched forward. As she reached the intersection of Northford and Heath roads, she pulled into oncoming traffic and rammed into a cement truck. "She went left in the intersection in the northbound direction," said Lt. James Hill of the Bloomfield Police Department. "She got into oncoming traffic, hit a cement truck, then turned back around and headed south." The truck stopped, and police say the woman was able to drive away. Hill said the woman drove through a stop sign, struck a utility pole and went through a fence before coming to a stop on her driveway. "She got out of her vehicle, checked to see if she was alive," Hill said. "She then proceeded to get into her vehicle and drive off." Hill said the woman's car ran out of gas, and when she returned to the vehicle, she opened the car door, put her foot on the gas, and shot herself in the head. Neighbors say they heard the gunshots and called police. The woman's name has not been released, and Hill said the shooting remains under investigation.General T-Mobile and Sprint will have to pay $5.3 billion to settle a lawsuit alleging that they illegally used the Airwaves Auction to give themselves an unfair advantage in the market and hurt competition. Court documents filed on Tuesday (PDF) reveal some of the parties involved in the case, including the government, Qualcomm, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Dish, Apple, Verizon and HTC. According to the filing, the government has come to an agreement with AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Dish, and be359ba680


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