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the movie.I loved what I did Wedding Reception , I still do I’m not lying or exaggerating to say it was fun.As with Mustafa, the film exaggerates Kyle’s legendary status among his enemies.was the reward for killing any American sniper.The other so-called villain in the movie is The Butcher (Mido Hamada), a Jordanian militant whom Kyle and his fellow soldiers spend considerable time seeking out.In one scene, they clear houses searching for intel and find a family who refuses to speak out of fear of violent retribution.However, they give the soldiers his name, and later we see The Butcher brutally kill this man and his child as Americans attempt to save them.This horrible anecdote is absent from Kyle’s memoir, and The Butcher is not mentioned at all, though some suggest his origins lie in real-life Shia warlord Abu Deraa.The Butcher and Mustafa’s roles seem exaggerated primarily to heighten Chris Kyle’s sense of purpose in combat: Every kill becomes justified when the murdered possess supernatural evil.story about Stephanie Moseley, her star pupil, friend and an electrifying young dancer who was found dead Monday, apparently at the hands of her rapper husband.When she first appeared at her studio door in Burnaby, B.at age 12, almost 20 years ago, Ms.Poirier could see that this girl was different.Moseley was talented, sure, although unaware of just how talented.But more than that she possessed an otherworldly calm, a quiet sense that shone right through her that the pressures of performing, no matter how intense, would never slow her down.The dance world, especially the dance world of mega-pop tours and mega-world pop divas, like Beyonce, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez, can chew a dancer up.somehow always seemed older than she actually was.She could deal with it.And she had another talent to call upon, just in case life got too crazy: she could make people laugh.only Steph wasn’t doing them.She was lying flat on the floor.I said Reception Favors , ‘Steph, what’s up?So she lifts up her shirt and points at her stomach and says, ‘That’s a six-pack.She could always make me laugh.And she made it big, too, dancing all over the world with major pop acts and rappers galore, breaking into TV acting on shows like Hellcats and Once Upon a Time, and most recently appearing on the VH1 basketball-drama series Hit the Floor.to where it started, in Ms.Poirier s studio, where her pictures decorate the walls and stories about her achievements are practically part of the dance academy’s curriculum.And now she is gone.Poirier doesn’t know what to say, because the story is too awful.The calm, quiet, funny girl that she knew deserved a better ending than to be breaking news out of Los Angeles.Stephanie Moseley, 30, was found dead along with her husband, rapper Earl Hayes, 34, in an apartment southeast of Beverly Hills on Monday.She had been shot multiple times in what LAPD investigators are describing as a murder-suicide.The couple had been estranged.They reconciled last week.She had talked to family last Thursday and said that they were back together and things were going well, said LAPD Detective Scott Masterson.We’re not sure exactly what had happened Monday morning that made things go so bad.being in love is like socially accepted insanity.Police do not have a motive, although a curious wrinkle has emerged in the investigation involving champion boxer Floyd Mayweather.Hayes, he was reportedly speaking to the rapper on FaceTime at the time of the shooting.Moseley was raised in Burnaby by her single mom, Debbie, who worked in telecom, then went into sales, and always did whatever was required to come up with enough money to allow her daughter to pursue her dream.Moseley was 18 Girls Party Dresses , she paid for her trip to Los Angeles to audition for a Madonna world tour.She was cut in the final round.Two years later she was dancing alongside Britney Spears and Janet Jackson and living in Los Angeles full-time.Debbie Moseley could not be reached for comment.She posted a photograph of her daughter on Twitter looking radiant in a purple backless dress, crouching beside a bouquet of flowers at what appears to be a wedding.Poirier last spoke to her former student five months ago.Moseley sent her a video of herself dancing on a set.I still got it, Rachael, she said.I just wanted you to see this and make you proud.When she got engaged to Mr.Hayes she came by the studio to show her teacher the ring, a glittering diamond.and if he treated her well.Moseley mentioned that Mr.Hayes was a rapper, but urged her teacher not to judge.Everything was good in her life.Getting married was the next step.The couple met at the grocery store.That is how their love story began.It ended Monday in an apparent murder-suicide.Poirier says, sobbing.Stephanie was so refreshing.Her first wedding was so lavish, it vied with the nuptials of the Queen, then Princess Elizabeth and her distant cousin, a few weeks later.But this was only the start for Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart, Duchess of Alba.The flamboyant Spanish aristocrat, who died this week at the age of 88, went on to marry twice more, tying the knot with an ex-priest and a former civil servant 24 years her junior.Her doings also made her a fixture in Hola!magazine and other gossip publications on account of her forthright character and colourful private life.In later life, with her flamboyant manner and shock of frizzy hair (sometimes dyed a whimsical red, at other times a snowy white), the Duchess fascinated and appalled in almost equal measure.Known for her piping, querulous voice and often outrageous clothes, she was frequently photographed at society weddings and at bullfights.Her passions were flamenco, horses and painting; she became the subject of a television series and a flamenco show based on her life.Then, of course, there was her status as an exemplar of the plastic surgeon s art.She always denied needing any assistance to enhance her features; and any suggestion to the contrary was considered an intrusion too far by most of the Spanis.

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