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They have now GAGGED us THREE TIMES after we published articles revealing how members of a shadowy British Army outfit, the Force Research Unit, were involved in sectarian murders in the North.
When the woman awoke as the intruder rifled through drawers and cabinets in her bedroom, the man waved a small-caliber revolver at her, bound and gagged her with tape and searched the mobile home for an additional 15 minutes or so before leaving, deputies said.
Rocket said: "I got fined for Twitter in the end and I feel gagged and strangled.
Cllr Kay said: "I feel my freedom of speech has been taken away from me and therefore I have gagged myself in protest.
The late Foreign Secretary's wife Margaret refused to be gagged after he dumped her.
Retaking the impression is going to put you even further behind, not to mention that the patient, who may have gagged through the procedure, won't be too pleased.
So the more he pushed the scope down, the more I gagged and the more wet I became.
A 21-year-old Littlerock man was found guilty Tuesday of charges he attacked his girlfriend's 77-year-old grandmother with a knife, gagged and blindfolded her and then raped her.