Police have released disturbing body-cam video depicting the fatal shooting of 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis. In the graphic video, cops can be seen approaching the vehicle driven by Chris Few, Jeremy’s father, who appears to have his hands up, before they unload dozens of bullets into the pickup truck.
Jeremy, who was killed in the crossfire, was said to be autistic. A judge ruled that the video should be made public during an evidentiary hearing in the case.
Mardis was in a pickup truck being driven by his father during a police chase in Marksville, Louisiana, in November 2015 when he was shot and killed. Continue reading →
Thursday’s morning crash came at the height of rush hour, and left tons of twisted metal and piles of bricks. The highly trafficked terminal collapsed in the horror wreck.
Preliminary reports suggest the 8:45 a.m. crash – involving train No. 1614 on the Pascack Valley Line from Spring Valley – was accidental or caused by operator error, according to five law enforcement officials. They stressed it was early in the investigation, though. Continue reading →
Sean Hannity, Fox News anchor, radio show host, author, and outspoken conservative pundit enjoys a staggering personal net worth of $80 million dollars, according to celebritynetworth.
Hannity, 54, is perhaps best known as the host of “Hannity” which airs on the Fox News Channel. He is also the author of three bestselling books. His radio show, The Sean Hannity Show, is majorly syndicated and heard by millions in the U.S.
Hannity started his radio career at college station KCSB in Santa Barbara, California. However, it didn’t take long for him to land some more serious professional engagements. Continue reading →
Alicia Machado was the first Miss Universe after Donald Trump purchased and became executive producer of the popular beauty pageant. After her win, Machado defaulted on her contractual obligation to stay fit.
Machado, who is now a Hillary Clinton supporter and mouthpiece, is back in the news after name Clinton cited her during the first presidential debate on Monday night. After Machado won the competition she got yuge, going on an eating spree and gaining 60 pounds in the process, something that is against the pageant bylaws. In a subsequent interview, Trump called her “Miss Piggy” as well as “Miss Housekeeping.”
On Tuesday, Trump defended these comments by saying that Machado “gained a massive amount of weight and it was a real problem”, according to CNN. Continue reading →
Cops are trying to control a large group of demonstrators protesting the killing of an unarmed black man who was shot by police. The group could be heard shouting “black lives matter.”
The victim, Alfred Olango, was hit with a stun device and shot at the same time by area cops responding to a disturbance. Authorities said the man pulled an object from a pocket, pointed it and assumed a “shooting stance.” The “object” was later deemed not a weapon.
Protesters who gathered outside the suburban San Diego police station in El Cajon chanted “no killer cops” and “black lives matter.” Continue reading →
U.S. immigration officials say, Silvestre Franco-Luviano, the man suspected of a double murder in Cedar Hill, a Dallas suburb, was in the country illegally. Franco-Luviano had been deported three times to Mexico prior to the killings.
Franco-Luviano was arrested Tuesday at an apartment in Georgetown, about 25 miles north of Austin. Ruben Moreno, 23, of Duncanville and Walton Betts, 44 of Cedar Hill were his victims.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement Wednesday that an immigration detainer has been placed on the 40-year-old Mexican national. He remains in the Williamson County Jail in Georgetown on a murder warrant in the Sunday night slaying of a motorist in Dallas. Continue reading →
Donald Trump‘s rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin can be viewed right here via a Youtube live stream located below.
The rally is being broadcast live from the Waukesha County Expo Center starting at 6:00 p.m. Central Time.
Wisconsin is a state that has voted for the Democratic candidate in every election since 1984. Many in the Trump camp have hoped that the state could be turned red this year, and while at the moment this seems unlikely, the race is surprisingly close in Wisconsin, with Clinton ahead of Trump by 4.7 points in Real Clear Politics’ polling average. Continue reading →
Charlo Greene, the former Alaska news anchor who quit live on-air after admitting she was the owner of a pot shop called Alaska Cannabis Club, is now facing 24 years in prison with eight charges of “misconduct involving a controlled substance.”
Alaska became the third state to legalize marijuana, in November 2014, which was two months after Greene’s on-air resignation. The legalization didn’t go in effect until February 2015, and between those months, cops raided Greene’s cannabis club twice and made six undercover purchases, allowing them to charge her with “serious criminal offenses.”
In an interview with The Guardian, Greene said, “It’s almost dizzying when you try to make sense of it. It could literally cost me the rest of my adult life.” Continue reading →