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Hi Ya'lls from O hi O!Its Zach remeber me? Its been while!I havent bought a JL in a long time but I still look at em in stores I have no idea what a White Lightning is these days I have seen white rimed cars white bottoms and I passed on em cause I dunno but anyway I kinda got stuck on House Arrest so Im gonna be on my computer alot so I thought Id stop in and say hi to old friends
Former premier Nikita Khrushchev was placed under house arrest for the seven years before his death after being deposed in 1964.
Aung San Suu Kyi, pro-democracy activist, has been under house arrest for extended periods.
In January 5, 2005, former dictator Augusto Pinochet was placed in house arrest by orders of the Supreme Court of Chile.
People's Republic of China:
Zhao Ziyang, purged Communist Chinese leader, was put under house arrest after the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. His movements had to be approved by the Communist Party of China's Central Office, which only allowed him to travel quietly to different places inside China and to play golf.
Jiang Yanyong, physician who revealed SARS incident in China. He was put under house arrest after request the government to investigate the June 4 Tiananmen incident.
Galileo Galilei was sentenced to house arrest by the Roman Inquisition in 1633 and remained until his death in 1642.
Riddick Bowe, a former African-American boxing champion, was sentenced to be under brief house arrest after being released from prison.
Lionel Tate was sentenced under one-year house arrest under the terms of the plea bargain offered in January 2004.
Zach (alias: thegamehhh69) for reasons best left unspoken in a public forum