Lots of Sunshine, Drug Dealer Charged for Overdose Death, Family of Beheaded Journalist Defiant

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A Wilmington, Ohio woman has been charged for the overdose death of a 38-year-old man who she allegedly sold drugs to. Police say 33-year-old Brandy Camp was arrested last week after selling a mix of heroin and fentanyl in March to a man who later overdosed on the drugs and died. Camp's 13 charges include involuntary manslaughter, reckless homicide and heroin trafficking. "This case should send a strong message to heroin dealers in this state that they will be held accountable if the drugs they sell cause a deadly overdose," said Attorney General DeWine, who has supported an Ohio bill that would increase criminal penalties for those selling a controlled substance that leads to an overdose death.

(CNN) - Going beyond words of love and grief for their son, the family of Steven Sotloff delivered a message. "We will not allow our enemies to hold us hostage with the sole weapons they possess, fear," Barak Barfi, Sotloff family spokesman, said. Speaking directly to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Barfi cited passages from the Quran, accusing the ISIS leader of committing great sin and violating the tenets of Islam by killing Sotloff. President Barack Obama had his own message, insisting the strategy for ISIS would be to degrade and to destroy the group that has been spreading so much terror in Iraq and in Syria. "It is our responsibility - the president, the vice president, mine, all of us - to do everything we can to stop this now because it won't just recede into the grey recesses of history until we stop it," Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said.

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