On January 23, 2014 pop star Justin Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach for drag racing at 4 am while under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs (later determined to be Xanax). On the below the axis term is a transliteration of JUSTIN BEIBER. In the open text is THE SIN WE HAVE DONE FOOLISHLY and HIN OF WINE. The “we” would include the man he was drag racing with – a singer named Khalil Sharif. SHARIF is on the matrix at an ELS, as is SINGER and ARREST which shares a letter mem with DRUGGED. STUPID was found at skip -1 and RICH is there at the absolute skip of his name, but opposite direction. This arrest was long in the making. Bieber has a warrant outstanding in California and he has increasingly been in the news lately for illegal behavior. He may be deported back to his native Canada for this (althoug he faces charges there too), but the real question is whether he will turn his life around and get off drugs, or whether Justin is just another star on the way out of this world via drugs and booze for misuse of his blessings and money.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here a transliteration of JUSTIN BIEBER at its 4th lowest ELS in wrapped Torah. The matrix is large (900 letters in area). The most significant term (DRUGGED) had about 1 chance in 14.6 to be on it. The second most significant term was STUPID at the skip of -1. Did he act stupid? When stopped for drag racing in a 30 mile per hour zone, the arrest record indicates his behavior as follows:
When the officer asked the 19-year-old to exit the yellow Lamborghini, Bieber protested and put his hands in his pockets. Because the officer feared the pop star might have a weapon, he asked him to put his hands on the car so he could frisk him. "What the f*ck did I do? Why did you stop me?" Bieber asked.
The pop star complied and put his hands on the vehicle, but then turned around. "I ain't got no f*cking weapons," he said. "Why do you have to search me? What the fuck is this about?"
Officer Medina informed Bieber that if he continued to take his hands off the car, he would arrest him. Bieber turned around again, so Medina grabbed his right hand and told him he was under arrest. The pop star resisted and pulled his hand away. "What the f*ck are you doing?" he asked again. Medina then called over an Officer Molina and placed him into custody.
It's common knowledge (among adults) that when stopped by a police officer for any traffic violation you do what the officer tells you to do because they are following standard operating procedure to make sure they don't get shot. Bieber's violations occurred when he didn't even have a valid driver's license - not exactly smart behavior. Further, the age for legal drinking in Florida is 21. Bieber, drag racing drunk and drugged, was only 19.
Had the matrix been based on the lowest skip of JUSTIN BIEBER, then I could say that the full matrix with 8 a-priori terms exists against odds of about 1,853,372 to 1. However, when I divide that number by 4 to account for ELS rank 4 of his name, I arrive at a final significance in which the matrix exists against odds of about 46,343 to 1. This is significant, however there were a lot if terms sought and not found. I did not find any terms relating to a death by overdose, or to support his eventual deportation. He can afford (and has hired) the best in legal assistance available in Florida. Justin is young and very immature. Hopefully he will learn fom this experience that jail is not fun and that he is not above the law. He appeared in court with handcuffs on. Since the Miami Beach arrest he also turned himself into police in Toronto, Canada on assault charges, and it was reported that he and his father (Jeremy Bieber) were smoking marijuana on a plane in flight on the way to Teterboro, New Jersey for the SuperBowl. The pilot had to wear an oxygen mask to keep from being affected by the pot smoke. NOTE: I also found that a transliteration of the word XANAX (in his system in Miami Beach) touch his name. However, this match occurs on the 3rd shortest ELS of his name, while the matrix currently shown is based on the 4th lowest ELS of his name. There is a petition at the White House to deport Bieber. As of February 6, 2014, it had 249,677 signatures.