**UPDATE** The three AWOL Afghan soldiers who left Massachusetts this weekend were located at Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls. They are currently in Canadian custody.
The three missing Afghan soldiers were found trying to enter into Canada at the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls. source
Their soldiers follows a similar event last week when two policemen from Afghanistan went missing during a DEA training program in the Washington area. They were located in Buffalo, New York today, and are said to have also been seeking asylum.
Well now this is slightly alarming.. The Massachusetts National Guard is saying, three soldiers from the Afghan National Army and training at Camp Edwards Base in Cape Cod, have gone missing..
The missing soldiers, Maj. Jan Mohammad Arash, Capt. Mohammad Nasir Askarzada, and Capt. Noorullah Aminyar were last seen Saturday night at the Cape Cod Mall.
“There is no indication they pose a threat to the public,” Massachusetts National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. James Sahady told the Cap Cod Times. Continue reading →
The UFC has again fired Thiago Silva over footage that surfaced of the fighter holding a firearm while accusing his wife of hiding a man in his residence.
The video, which was filmed by Silva’s estranged wife Thaysa, depicts Thiago in 2014 pulling out a handgun and accusing her. At one point, Thaysa says she’s recording so officials would have proof in case he killed her.
Silva was recently let off the hook in Florida — where he was accused of pulling a gun on Thaysa at a martial arts studio and threatening to kill her in February — because prosecutors said they didn’t have enough evidence to get a conviction. Continue reading →
As Adrian Peterson stands in the corner during his NFL imposed time-out, Supernanny Jo Frost appears to help himrid himself of his child abusing ways. The popular TV nanny contacted the league offering her help, ala parenting skills.
JoJo reached out the to NFL offering up some valuable advice for the embroiled running back in the video below.
Frost says she strongly believes she can teach Peterson how to be an effective parent WITHOUT
The Oneida Tennessee School district banned prayer before athletic events to avoid legal action, but that didn’t stop the Oneida High School cheerleading squad from showing their collective faith, after all, the pregame prayer always went hand and hand with Friday night football games.
The school district, like dozens of others in the state of Tennessee and thousands across the country, responded to pressure received from organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation ending prayer at public schools.
Oneida’s director of school’s Ann Sexton says they received a letter last fall from the ACLU reminding them it is unconstitutional to hold school sanctioned prayer at football games. Continue reading →
A Idaho teenager who was the passenger of an SUV used a lighter to set the driver’s armpit hair on fire causing the vehicle to crash.
The 5:30 a.m. crash was reportedly caused by the driver of the SUV, 18-year-old Tristan Myers, avoiding an animal in the road, that is until Myers came clean, telling investigators it had actually been caused by a 16-year-old boy, who set his armpit hair on fire. Myers lost control of the Ford Bronco, rolling the vehicle.
Two girls in the backseat, ages 15 and 16, were thrown from the vehicle. Myers, his front-seat passenger, and a 17-year-old boy remained in the vehicle. Continue reading →