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    Posted: 7/5/2011 5:05:53 PM EST
    In this photo provided July 5, 2011, by the Rush County Sheriff, Indiana, is Tyell Morton, 18. The Indianapolis Star reports that Morton faces eight years in prison for leaving a blow-up sex doll in a bathroom at Rushville Consolidated High School on the last day of school. The case is raising questions about the fairness of criminal charges against him. (AP Photo/Rush County Sheriff)
  •  - Jordan's King Abdullah is greeted by a Hweitat Bedouin tribal leader in the southern governorate of Maan

    Jordan's King Abdullah is greeted by a Hweitat Bedouin tribal leader in the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:48:19 PM EST
    Jordan's King Abdullah (R) is greeted by a Hweitat Bedouin tribal leader in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders listen to Jordan's King Abdullah speech during his visit to the southern governorate of Maan

    Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders listen to Jordan's King Abdullah speech during his visit to the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:43:32 PM EST
    Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders listen to Jordan's King Abdullah (not pictured) speech during his visit to the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Jordan's King Abdullah, Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein, and Sheikh Sultan al Jazi listen to the national anthem in the southern governorate of Maan

    Jordan's King Abdullah, Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein, and Sheikh Sultan al Jazi listen to the national anthem in the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:40:58 PM EST
    Jordan's King Abdullah (C), Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein (R) and Sheikh Sultan al Jazi listen to the national anthem in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Youths from the Hweitat Bedouin tribe greet Jordan's King Abdullah upon his arrival in the southern governorate of Maan

    Youths from the Hweitat Bedouin tribe greet Jordan's King Abdullah upon his arrival in the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:35:35 PM EST
    Youths from the Hweitat Bedouin tribe greet Jordan's King Abdullah upon his arrival in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN)
  •  - The car carrying Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein drives past Hweitat Bedouin tribe members upon their arrival in the southern governorate of Maan

    The car carrying Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein drives past Hweitat Bedouin tribe members upon their arrival in the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:28:06 PM EST
    The car carrying Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein drives past members of the Hweitat Bedouin tribe upon their arrival in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders listen to Jordan's King Abdullah speech during his visit to the southern governorate of Maan

    Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders listen to Jordan's King Abdullah speech during his visit to the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:20:30 PM EST
    Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders listen to Jordan's King Abdullah (not pictured) speech during his visit to the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein are greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan

    Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein are greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:14:58 PM EST
    Jordan's King Abdullah (C) and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein (C-L) are greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Jordan's King Abdullah is greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan

    Jordan's King Abdullah is greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:11:00 PM EST
    Jordan's King Abdullah (R) is greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)
  •  - Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein are greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate

    Jordan's King Abdullah and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein are greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate

    Posted: 4/4/2011 12:08:59 PM EST
    Jordan's King Abdullah (2nd R) and Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein (R) are greeted by Hweitat Bedouin tribal leaders in the southern governorate of Maan, April 4, 2011. King Abdullah on Monday stressed the importance of developing the Badia region and give it a priority in the implementation of investment projects to ensure fairness in distributing development gains, Jordan News Agency Petra said. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS SOCIETY)