Accused South Carolina serial killer pleads guilty to seven murders: reports Todd Kohlhepp, a registered sex offender who has been arrested in connection with the kidnapping of Kala Brown and Charles David Carver is shown in this booking photo provided in Spartanburg, South Carolina, November 3, 2016. Photo courtesy of Spartanburg County Detention Center/Handout via An accused serial killer pleaded guilty to seven murders at a court in South Carolina on Friday and was given seven consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole, avoiding the death penalty, local news reports said. The defendant, Todd Kohlhepp, 46, admitted to chaining a woman inside a storage shed on his rural property for two months and to a 2003 massacre of four people at a motorbike store, among other crimes, the Spartanburg Herald-Journal reported. As a part of the plea deal, Kohlhepp agreed not to contest the validity of the conviction in state or federal court and gave up his right to appeal, the newspaper reported. Lawyers for Kohlhepp and the Spartanburg County prosecutor were not immediately available for comment. He pleaded guilty to all charges against him, which included the seven murders, kidnapping and sexual assault, the paper said. The crimes date back to 2003 and the bodies of several of the people killed by Kohlhepp were found on his property. During the hearing, several family members of the victims sobbed as they spoke to the judge about their loved ones. Kohlhepp, in shackles, showed no emotion, NBC reported. Kohlhepp was arrested in November on suspicion of chaining a woman inside a storage shed on his rural property.
Smith&+Village rebrands Booths tea range with bold colour palette Creative and strategic branding partnership Smith&+Village has redesigned Booths’ range of teas, calling on กระเป๋า CHARLES & KEITH สะพายข้าง the retailer’s origins as a tea importer in 1847. The strategy devised for Booths’ own label by Smith&+Village comes into play on the new packaging, with a concentration of the brand achieved using a very limited, but unique colour palette of creative elements. The bold and eye catching packaging features a strong and simple mix of typography, colour and a unique Booths twist. There are no photos or confusing category language. Today tea is still graded and packed on the premises in Preston, so the range is fundamental to the business. Debrah Smith, creative director, Smith&+Village, said: “The tea range totally embodies Booths as a business. The jewel-coloured boxes of the different tea varieties sit together as a strong family and have real presence on shelf amongst the brands. “The piece-de-resistance is the packaging for the strong afternoon tea bags, which we called Builders’ Tea, because after all, that’s what we all call our favourite brew.” The strategy for the brand and the design reflect Booth’s premium and heritage positioning, while making it relevant for the modern consumer. Richard Village, director, Smith&+Village, added: “Booths’ own label branding communicates the quality of the products.
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From Chanel to Goyard, Hollywood's elite swear by กระเป๋า CHARLES & KEITH ราคาถูก ของแท้ these high-end suitcases. Many celebrities never surrender fashion, even when they're just strolling through a domestic airport terminal. That’s why we almost always see stars step off the airplane looking runway ready . And if a pair of shoes is the statement piece of daily life, than the suitcase is certainly the focal point for any travel uniform. A number of luxury brands have become popular with Hollywood’s glitterati: Olivia Palermo always totes Rimowa luggage , as does Cara Delevingne. Milla Jovovich, Gwyneth Paltrow, Macklemore, Diane Kruger, and Cameron Diaz are other A-listers who have been seen rolling the distinctive bag. Gigi Hadid and Jessica Alba, on the other hand, have both been spotted with the LOMS cream-colored carry-on . And a slew of stars such as Emmy Rossum, Karlie Kloss, and Cindy Crawford love Tumi's fashionable and functional pieces. And it’s not just the women who take their baggage seriously. Eddie Redmayne always has his vintage suitcase on hand, while Alexander Skarsgard is partial to a Mulberry trolley. Channing Tatum and Ben Affleck were both seen rolling through airports with their Tumi pieces, while Josh Duhamel loves his all-black LOMS rolling bag . Starlets like Vanessa Hudgen, Elle Fanning, and Malin Akerman have been drawn to Paticia Nash suitcases .The brand has built its reputation on high quality leather bags that are perfect for globetrotters. And of course the British royals are all about upscale luggage. Though Prince William and Kate Middleton have handlers for their pieces, the Duke was caught carrying his wife’s floral overnight bag from one of her favorite brands, Joules .
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