OJ Simpson Granted Parole

A Nevada parole board decided that O.J. Simpson will be paroled from prison after serving nine years for a 2008 conviction for armed robbery once he becomes eligible in October.


Man Dies Trying to Intervene on a Police Approach

At the time, three policemen were imprisoning another street vendor when Carlos tried to take a can of pepper spray from the hand of police officer.


The PM reacted and hit the seller with a bullet in the head. He died next. Already Araújo has been charged in flagrante delicto and indicted for manslaughter with eventual willfulness, which occurs when one assumes the risk of killing. The policeman was taken to the Romão Gomes Military Prison.

The event occurred in 2014

Bodycam Video – Officer Shoots Suspect That Stabbed a Woman

Body cameras show a Grand Rapids police officer shooting Victor Gonzalez on March 11, 2017. Gonzalez was charged with carjacking, unlawful imprisonment, assault with intent to do great bodily harm and assault with a dangerous weapon after he allegedly attacked a woman March 9 in the parking lot of a Walker Meijer store.

Police said he taped the woman’s wrists, threatened to kill her and stabbed her numerous times with a knife when she attempted to flee. He allegedly hit a witness with a hammer when they came to the woman’s aid. Gonzalez remains in custody at Kent County Jail. He is being held on a $750,000 bond.

Murder caught on CCTV

The murder occurred around 1 am on Monday (8). Cláudio was shot inside his establishment that is meters away from the Military Police Barracks, Santa Efigênia neighborhood.

Before the death, a fight happened in the bar between Claudius and the author. The MP appeared on the scene, but the bar owner said that police officers were not needed. So the military went away. However, after that, the man, who had quarreled with Claudius, returned to the establishment and fired at the businessman.

Iron Mountain, MI Gas Station On Fire, Structure Falls On Fireman!

(Iron Mountain, Michigan) A fire was discovered at the Mobil Gas Station with adjoining Burger King this afternoon that destroyed the entire building and injured 2 firemen.

I arrived about 20 minutes after it was first reported, there were flames coming out of the roof and many fire departments were still responding. I positioned myself near the entrance from US-2 Highway and caught the moment the building front collapsed onto a fireman.

The fireman was walking back from the building when the front sign fell, crushing him underneath with it still on fire. His fellow firefighters were trying their best to pull him free. Minutes later the crowd cheers as he was walking away from what looked like much worse.Local news is reporting he is going to be ok.

Aftermath of a thug attacked by pitbull (GRAPHIC)

this video has been shared in brazilian social media, claiming that Totó, a pitbull, attacked a thief who entered to a house when everybody there was at work. The thief died by the wounds of the dog

BREAKING: Terror in Times Square NYC

BREAKING NEWS: At least one dead and 13 people injured after a car plows into pedestrians in New York’s Times Square
– The car struck at least 14 people, killing one and seriously injuring another
– Police arrested the driver; it’s not yet known if the incident was intentional
– The car was photographed caught on a street bollard
– Governor Cuomo is heading to Times Square


Anonymous Releases Chilling ‘World War 3 Update’

In the video a masked man lists the recent geopolitical goings on one after the other in an attempt to create the narrative of a looming global conflict.

Anonymous argue that there’s a ‘brutal and quick’ war brewing on the Korean peninsular between America and China which will have global repercussions and plunge the world into World War 3.

They claim that while the Chinese don’t want a war, as it’ll be economically devastating for them, the Kim regime in North Korea serves as a buffer preventing the U.S. from exerting it’s influence over the Korean peninsular.

To that end they believe that China would potentially go to war to prevent the U.S. gaining anymore influence in Asia and that surrounding countries such as Japan and Australia are already preparing for an imminent war.

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But while all this sounds very frightening Anonymous can’t help but admit that as things currently stand war seems unlikely due to China asking North Korea and the U.S. to negotiate things peacefully.

Way to bury the lead Anonymous…

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Alton Sterling’s Son Makes Appearance At Teen Choice Awards In Honor Of Victims Of Gun Violence

The 2016 Teen Choice Awards made an unprecedented move on Sunday, when the usually fun-filled, lighthearted show dedicated time to address a serious topic in America: Gun violence.

Jessica Alba introduced a group of teenagers who have been hurt by violence, telling the crowd, “[They] share an unlikely bond that is hard to comprehend. They’re the brothers, sisters, daughters, and family members of recent victims of gun violence.”

Among those who appeared on stage were J.T. Lewis, whose brother was killed in the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting, two of San Bernardino victim Bennetta Betbadal’s children, the siblings of Jason Josaphat, who died during the shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub, and Alton Sterlings son, Cameron.

“I’m talking about Aurora, Baton Rouge, Dallas, Minneapolis, Orlando, San Bernardino, Newtown,” Alba continued. “It keeps happening and it has to stop. Many of those impacted by these acts of violence are teens. Tonight we stand together with these teens. United in a call for peace and an end to this violence. Now more than ever we need to stop, feel, and ask, ‘What’s going on?’”

After the crowd’s standing ovation, Ne-Yo took the stage to sing Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On.” He told the audience, “If you feel that we have to do better, I need you to stand up right now and take out your phones.”


Baton Rouge Police Officers Who Fatally Shot Alton Sterling Will Not Be Charged!

Graffiti tributes to Alton Sterling surround the convenience store where he was shot. The Justice Department has decided not to charge any officers involved in the 37-year-old’s death. (Shawn Fink/For The Washington Post)

The U.S. Department of Justice will not bring charges against two Baton Rouge officers involved in the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling on July 5, 2016, according to a report from The Washington Post.



Sterling’s family has not been notified of the decision, the Post reported. It is customary for the DOJ to meet with relatives when a decision is made on a case.

The two officers are Blane Salamoni, a four-year veteran of the Baton Rouge Police Department, and Howie Lake II, a three-year veteran of the same force.

Sterling’s shooting sparked protests in Baton Rouge and led the DOJ to open an investigation. Speculation surfaced this week that a decision in the case was imminent.

Neither U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions nor the DOJ have released a statement. Justin Bamberg, attorney for Sterling’s family, issued a statement Tuesday:

“We are not aware of any decision the DOJ has made on the Sterling matter. They have not told us or let our client know. I can only hope they let the family know once they make a decision one way or the other.”

U.S. Rep. Cedric Richmond took to Twitter to address the Post’s report.

“(The) fact that @washingtonpost confirms but the family & state officials haven’t been notified is an indictment on DOJ,” he tweeted.

The shooting was reported outside the Triple S Food Mart at Fairfields Avenue and North Foster Drive. Baton Rouge police said someone called just after 12:30 a.m. that day to report a man threatening someone with a gun outside the store.

Sterling was selling CDs outside the store when two Baton Rouge officers arrived to investigate the 911 call. The encounter escalated when Sterling and the officers got into a fight that left him on the ground. He was shot while the officers were on top of him.

Protests began in the city after the cellphone video of the shooting was made public. The protests grew in Baton Rouge and resulted in the arrests of several people.