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Woman killed driving Uber Eats car may have 'solved her own murder' with final photo
US woman who was shot dead while working as an Uber Eats delivery driver may have helped police catch her killer.Arizona grandmother Pamela Rae Martinez snapped a photo shortly after she had completed her last food delivery for the night. The photo shows a man that is now the prime suspect in the inquiry into her death.Pamela, 60, was found “in distress and non-responsive” in her car, which had rolled at low speed off West Bell Road, Glendale, Arizona.Officers attempted first aid but she was later pronounced dead at the scene.Glendale Police Sergeant Randy Stewart said that investigators had established that she had been shot through her vehicle’s open window.According to a witness, the victim’s car had been parked by the side of the road with a van parked alongside her.The witness saw a man briefly standing next to Pamela’s car, before getting back into his van and driving away.Police discovered that, in the moments before her death, Pamela had “for some reason” had taken a photograph of a man sitting in his van next to her car.The person in the photo has since been identified as local man Rusty French.French, 62, is now facing charges of second-degree murder in Martinez’s death.Under questioning by police, French conceded that he was the man in the photo, but could not explain why it might have been taken, claiming he “must have blacked out” about what happened between himself and the victim.Police obtained a search warrant for French’s home, where they found a number handguns, one of which was a ballistics match for the gun used in the shooting.“It is believed that the two were unknown to each other,” Sgt.
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Neymar takes aim at Lionel Messi and Argentina as bitter rivalry ensues for World Cup
Neymar has taken a swipe at Argentina and PSG club mate Lionel Messi following their victory in the Finalissima at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.Messi inspired his country to a 3-0 win over European Champions Italy, with goals from Lautaro Martinez, Angel Di Maria and Paulo Dybala separating the two sides on the night, though Messi was named man of the match after providing two assists.It's just the second trophy that Argentina have managed to get their hands on in 29 years, and despite the game having a bit of a pre-season feel to it, the players made the most of a rare moment of triumph.That being said, Neymar wasn't all that impressed and took a swipe at Messi and co once footage of their celebrations starting doing the rounds online."Have they won the World Cup?" Neymar posted sarcastically on Instagram.Brazil's rivalry with Argentina is as old as football itself and is steeped in tension and fierce competitiveness, so it's little surprise to see the talisman of the Seleção throwing pot-shots their neighbour's way, but the fact that his teammate - and by all accounts close personal friend - Messi was at the centre of all the jubilation has raised a few eyebrows.Does Messi need to win the World Cup to be considered as great as Pele and Maradona? Let us know what you think in the comments section.Whether Neymar's comment was genuinely vitriolic or not, it's always fun to see rivalries intensify ahead of the World Cup, which officially kicks off in November.Argentina and Aston Villa goalkeeper Emi Martinez insists Argentina will be "one of the favourites" in Qatar, despite their underwhelming performance four years ago in Russia, because they have Messi in their side."We always will be one of the favourites for the World