Chris Coghlan performs an acrobatic jump to avoid being tagged!
The Metropolitan Police is investigating a video showing a group of policemen forcefully arresting a teenager. Footage shows three officers pinning a suspect down on London Road in Wembley as sirens blare in the background. At one point, the man on the ground appears to be holding onto one of the police batons, and the officer shouts, 'get your hand out'. One of the officers then swings his baton in the direction of the person filming the footage, who backs away. The incident happened just after 5pm on March 14 after police were called to reports of a fight between a group of young men. A Metropolitan Police spokesman told LBC a 17-year-old and 19-year-old man were arrested on suspicion of affray. No further action was taken against them. A boy, aged 16, was arrested on suspicion of obstructing police and has been charged. MailOnline has contacted the Met for comment.
"My buddy drove past her quickly and the Mazda is loud, she then chased him down he gave her the bird. She became super reckless driving down the strip. he pulled into building 21 where we were staying at mt Olympus In the dells, and was going to cycle back out to the street. But ended up cornering himself. I pulled in and this was where she was out of her car the first time and he backed out while I was behind her vehicle. Not sure why he stopped right there but he definitely was panicking. Cops were already on the way….When the 2nd video cuts in she’s on the phone with dispatch."
Dramatic new video footage has been released showing terrified guests fleeing the Royal Clarence Hotel in their nightgowns as burning embers rained down from the night sky. The scary moment the historic Exeter hotel was evacuated was captured on CCTV pictures from Cathedral Yard and released by the council on the six-month anniversary of the blaze.
A kite surfer used survival techniques to make a life raft out of his equipment in dangerously cold water while emergency services searched for him in the sea. Devon coastguard teams, lifeboat crews, an ambulance and a search and rescue helicopter were called to reports of a kite surfer in difficulties in North Devon on Monday night. He spent approximately an hour in the 11.4 degrees centigrade water and bent the inflation tube at the front of the kite to create a makeshift life raft and the above video from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency shows how he was rescued.
Kalamazoo, MI, 1 March, 2017 -- Body camera footage sheds new light on an incident in which a Kalamazoo man said he was profiled by Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officers. On March 1, Joseph Harris was pulled over on Riverview Drive for having tinted windows and a faulty brake light on his 2008 Dodge Magnum. The tickets were later waived, in part because his brake lights were functioning properly at the time. A portion of the incident is captured in footage from a dash-mounted camera in a police car and by body cameras worn by officers Matthew Gernaat and Matthew Slenk. All Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officers began wearing body cameras at the end of February. Department policy directs officers to activate the system at the start of their shift and record any contact with citizens and calls involving the use of emergency lights. When asked if KDPS officers profiled Harris, Chief Jeff Hadley flatly said "no." Hadley said Gernaat is a newly hired officer in training, with less than six months on the job, while Slenk is a veteran officer who was paired with him. Harris, a black man in his 40s, has lived in Kalamazoo his entire life. He said he still believes he was profiled by two officers after they saw his race during the traffic stop. Harris was on probation at the time for a domestic violence conviction, which Hadley said was irrelevant to this incident. The police chief said he believes the footage is enough to adequately document what happened. The footage begins with the officers pulling Harris over near a McDonald's restaurant drive-thru. Dash camera footage shows the officers approach Harris' car and ask him for his license and registration. Harris turned over his registration and proof of insurance to Gernaat, but had left his driver's license at his father's home. The officers discuss what tickets to write Harris before giving him three tickets for having tinted windows, faulty brake lights and no driver's license. Harris said the windows are factory tint and were the same since he purchased the vehicle. While waiting for the officers to return, Harris exited his car to point out other vehicles with tinted windows at the McDonald's drive-thru. Footage shows Gernaat and Slenk explaining the tickets to Harris, which Harris called "ridiculous" before exiting his vehicle. Hadley said the man was "pretty mouthy" with police. "Why'd you pull me over man?" Harris asked while opening the door to his car. "Like, the real reason?" Gernaat said it was because the police chief doesn't like tinted windows. "I don't give a (expletive) about a chief man," Harris said. As Harris continued to express frustration with the tickets, Gernaat and Slenk began walking back toward the patrol vehicle. "Have a good one," Gernaat said. While stepping back toward the car, Slenk told Harris he better remove the "shake" from his vehicle. Slenk had mistaken wet grass on the vehicle's floor mat for marijuana. "There's no weed on the (expletive) floor. I don't even smoke," Harris said. "Shut up." Slenk told Gernaat he smelled "a little bit" of marijuana in the vehicle. While Slenk sat in the patrol car, Harris approached the vehicle and pointed at Slenk to come back out. Both officers followed Harris back to the Magnum. Harris asked Slenk to show him where the marijuana was, and the officer admitted he was mistaken. Harris continued to vent after Slenk asked what his problem was. "You're the problem. Don't say I have weed when I don't have weed," Harris said. "I'm an engineer (expletive). Harris said police asked to search the vehicle after giving him a ticket. This is not shown on the footage released, and Hadley said police did not ask to perform a search. "Nobody is searching your car," Slenk said as he and Gernaat walked away. "Calm down." Harris left and returned to his father's house to tell him of the encounter. Feeling something was amiss, Harris drove to KDPS headquarters on Crosstown Parkway and spoke with Sgt. Chad Vanderklok, who told Harris the tickets would be waived. Hadley said the traffic stop was legal and two of the tickets were valid. Police made a mistake in writing a ticket for malfunctioning brake lights, he said. The tinted windows on Harris' vehicle also would have prevented the officers from pulling Harris over due to his race, Hadley said.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz's lawyer just basically admitted on camera that they honestly believe that the DNC is perfectly fine and rigging elections and getting away with it. Listen as Attorney Jared H. Beck skirts around the issue over and over in regards to the criminality in silencing Bernie Sanders supporters and rigging the election.
Little does this attorney know that the judge hearing the case is actually an appointee of Ronald Reagan and staunch conservative who will most likely not tolerate people's votes being taken from them.
German officials said Friday that nearly a third of all asylum seekers arriving in the country appear to be falsely claiming to be Syrian, even as Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière called on European nations to take radical new steps to curb the region’s refugee crisis.
So far this year, Germany has received 527,000 asylum seekers — more than any other nation in Europe.
Tobias Plate, an interior ministry spokesman, acknowledged estimates Friday that 30 percent of the asylum seekers are those hailing from another country but claiming to be Syrian. Given the civil war raging in Syria, roughly 87 percent of Syrians are winning asylum in Germany.
Plate said that the number was an estimate based on the perceptions of authorities on the ground, including the German Federal Police, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, and Frontex, Europe’s border agency.
‘‘It is an indication,’’ he said in Berlin, of how hard it is to know the true nationalities of asylum seekers, many of whom arrive without passports.
In an interview on Friday, de Maizière, a longtime ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel and one of the key figures dealing with the refugee crisis in Germany, said Europe needs to enact sweeping changes to its refugee system.
He added that German attempts to aid refugees had been misinterpreted by migrants in far-flung
nations such as Afghanistan as a green light to come to Europe. That, he said, needs to change.
‘‘We cannot close Europe,’’ he said. But, he added, ‘‘we cannot open Europe totally for millions and millions of poor people in the world or even for all of those coming from conflict zones. Impossible.’’
Remember when Barack Obama threatened to withhold federal funding to public schools unless they went along with his transgender bill? Now activist judges are attempting to stop president Trump from LEGALLY enforcing existing laws against so-called 'sanctuary cities' that receive federal funding.
Kuwaiti Cleric Othman Al-Khamis: When a Slave-Girl Gets Married, Her Owner Must Stop Having Sex with Her
In several videos recently posted on his YouTube channel, Kuwaiti cleric Othman Al-Khamis outlines the options available to Muslims with regard to prisoners taken during Jihad. Al-Khamis says that only non-Muslims can be enslaved, and "the owner can have sex with a slave-girl only when she is not married."
This person randomly snatched a Trump sign from the Berkeley College Republicans BBQ table and began ripping it up. Then insisted upon arguing with people that were attending the event.
Listen to the pure stupidity that continues to flow out of this idiots mouth who honestly believes he did nothing wrong by ripping up a sign simply because he claims it made him feel angry.
Watch as people attempted to reason with him only to be further berated as Nazis and fascists.
A potentially violent battle between opposite sides of free speech prompted organizers to cancel this coming Saturday’s 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade, one of the early events in this year’s Rose Festival.
The 11th annual parade was set to begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and was billed online as a “multicultural event, complete with bands, community members, government officials, schools, classic cars and representatives of the Portland Rose Festival.”
But organizers canceled the parade after Direct Action Alliance created a Facebook event called “Defend Portland from Fascists at the Avenue of Roses Parade.” The group wanted to disrupt the march because of “Nazis and fascists” participating.
“The fascists know that we’ll keep shutting their marches down,” the Facebook event states. “They are now planning to march within other parades to protect their message of hate and white supremacy — it won’t work.”
Direct Action Alliance was referring to group #67, which they said is “registered to the Multnomah County Republicans.” They described the group as white supremacists responsible for “attacking a woman at PDX,” among other incidents.
Someone also allegedly emailed parade organizers, warning that 200 or more people would “rush into the parade into the middle and drag and push those people out,” unless they revoked the Multnomah County Republican Party’s registration.
The Planned Parenthood executive who in 2015 was caught on tape joking about selling baby organs to get a Lamborghini was once again caught haggling over the price of organs harvested from the bodies of aborted babies.
In a new video by the Center for Medical Progress, Dr. Mary Gatter, president of the Medical Directors Council for the nation’s largest abortion provider, is negotiating the price of organs.
“I did it in LA,” she said about harvesting organs from aborted babies bodies in exchange for money. “I’m committed to it, I think it’s a great idea.”
“What kind of volume do you need and what gestational ages?” she brusquely asks before launching into a negotiation.
“You know, you have to pay a little money to use the space,” she said, implying that the organ harvesters, not Planned Parenthood employees, would be doing all the work.
When a Center for Medical progress investigator posing as an organ buyer tells Gatter they’re looking to pay $50 per specimen, she responds that the amount offered is simply not enough.
“Yeah, fifty’s on the low end,” Gatter says. “Fifty (per specimen) was like 12 years ago.”
Under federal law, Planned Parenthood can be reimbursed for the costs of harvesting organs, but the details of this informal arrangement make it clear the abortion provider would not have any costs.
“But you would show up to do this?” she asks. “You would send somebody?”
There’s no way around it…
While carefully trying to couch his words, he’s issuing a veiled threat of violence/death against Tommy. He’s also a colleague of Islamonazi Anjem Choudary, whose associates have committed acts of jihad, so the police should be very very attentive to what he just did.
He also ‘invites’ Tommy and the others to accept Islam, this veiled threat is not a veiled threat when understanding how Islam works. This is always a precursor to murder if the person refuses. This is very serious and reason why understanding Islam is necessary to discern true intent and possible actions. They (Small andhis jihadi minded cohorts) are now taking off the gloves, more than likely due to Tommy’s successes as a Rebel Media contributor.
Imam Abdelfattah Mourou speaks in a Berlin mosque about the history of Europe and the Muslim countries.
He tells a history full of European conquests and Muslim counter-conquests, on the other hand he tells his audience to be proud to be in Germany and to value the freedom of religion.
This is yet another example that Muslim mosques across Europe are being used to preach the hatred of European ideals while proclaiming they also enjoy them. This is nothing more than another Muslim attempting to use European laws against Europeans in order to redistribute their wealth to Muslim lands.
A Polish politician released this video from the Legal Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe debate about the introduction of sharia law in EU countries.
Polish politician, Dominik Tarczynski spoke against sharia law resenting the idea of even considering and discussing such subject at the council.
This is what EU want’s to do with to White Europe…
Next debate will be in 3 months.
Putrescent by leftist ideologies West is dying on our eyes and hour by hour, week by week, months by months. New Muslims of migrant parents are born using rich welfare, while white people work unable having find enough time to have and raise their own children.
Social Justice Warriors are coming out of the woodwork and you have everything from Feminists to Black Lives Matter and just a myriad of idiot libtards who are on edge. Donald Trump Victory has caused the little sjw snowflakes to come out and cry harder than a baby.
A recent video release by a jihadist group in Syria shows that there appears to be no shortage of American made TOW missiles operating the ongoing war. Two attacks highlight insurgents engaging a pickup truck full of pro Syrian government troops as well as a dismounted foot patrol. Both instances produce casualties.
A Jacksonville, Florida man is accused of stealing his stepfather's puppies, stuffing them into a pillowcase and then dropping them into a storm drain. Police arrested 39-year-old Ernest Martin on April 22, 2017, but the incident happened in September of 2016.
BATH TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A Bath Township man was arrested after he called 911 requesting a police dog and reporting that heroin was stolen from him. The call — made in January, but released to News 5 this week — is one of the strangest calls that Police Chief Mike McNeely has heard in 41 years in law enforcement. "Dispatchers take all type of calls. This is one of the most bizarre that I've heard," McNeely said. According to police, 20-year-old Joseph Murphy dialed 911 and said he needed a police dog. "You need a police dog?" the operator asked. "What's going on there?" Murphy replied, "She stole heroin from me." Police body camera shows officers questioning Murphy. On the video, Murphy can be heard explaining that a woman stole money from him. But the officers wanted to know about the heroin that he mentioned on the emergency call. "What's this about the heroin because we were told she took your heroin?" an officer asked. Murphy responded, "I believe she (inaudible), she won't admit to me." A short time later, officers were surprised when Murphy pulled a "brown waxy substance" from his pants. The substance was seized and Murphy was taken to the Bath Township Police Department where he was finger-printed and released. McNeely said a felony drug possession charge is expected after test results are returned from Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation. On April 16, Murphy was arrested for OVI after crashing a Mercedes CLK on Cleveland-Massillon Road. Police said his blood alcohol level was .121. McNeely also said Murphy made national headlines on New Year's Day, accused of urinating on a Florida trooper's leg during a disorderly conduct arrest on a Disney property.
These high school students were about to make a grand entrance on the staircase before taking some prom photos, but then disaster struck as one of teens trips and falls down the wooden stairwell while wearing his tuxedo. Now that's how you make an entrance. Afterwards, the Florida couple had a few laughs on their second attempt while poking fun at what happened the first time.
Armed police officers arrested a man on suspicion of terrorism offences close to the Houses of Parliament in London, Thursday. The Metropolitan Police said the incident is over and no one was injured. The man, in his late 20s, was arrested as part of an intelligence-led operation on Parliament Street. Police said that he has been taken into custody at a south London police station. An eye-witness stated that he saw two knives on the ground at the scene, and estimated that one was the size of a bread knife. Police stated that the man was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon and also on suspicion of the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism. Counter Terrorism Command detectives are investigating the incident. Security remains on high alert following an attack on Westminster Bridge and at the entrance to the Houses of Parliament on March 22, when a man drove a car into pedestrians before fatally stabbing PC Keith Palmer.
A 38-year-old man who West Melbourne police said was acting ‘bizarre’ before leading them on a vehicle pursuit through several streets to get to his home in Melbourne, Florida remains jailed. Police tazed and pepper-sprayed the man before taking him into custody and sending him to the hospital to be evaluated, reports show. Jorge Louis Rosado, Melbourne, was charged with aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer, resisting an officer without violence and fleeing and eluding after officers attempted to question him during a stop just after midnight Wednesday in the 1000 block of Wickham Road, records show. “He fled during a traffic stop,” said Sgt. Michelle Page of the West Melbourne Police Department. The officer who conducted the initial traffic stop reported that Rosado refused to retrieve his vehicle’s documents on request and would not roll his window down. The officer asked Rosado to step out but as the officer attempted to undo Rosado’s seatbelt, he drove off, reports show. Police said Rosado then sped along the roadway despite being followed by patrol cars. Officers used spike sticks to rip through his tires as he drove through one area. Police said Rosado kept driving until he pulled into his front yard. He refused to get out of the vehicle until several officers physically pulled him out and used a stun gun and pepper spray to subdue him, reports show. He was booked into the Brevard County Jail Complex in Sharpes where he was being held on a $20,000 bond, records show.
Earlier this month the military dropped the "mother of all bombs" on an ISIS compound in Afghanistan. It reportedly killed nearly 100 fighters. Now we're seeing more of what destruction the weapon (formally known as a Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb) actually caused.
By Any Means Necessary are a dangerous cult operating in Berkeley, organizing Antifa riots and indoctrinating students. This is a group that is currently organized and controlled by professors as well as teachers that are continuing to spew their hatred against anyone they disagree with politically. They are also launching terrorist attacks across the country one Trump supporters as well as Republicans at events that are now constantly being shut down after terrorist threats by the organization.
Gavin McInnes has stepped up to the plate and vowed to take on the terrorist group Antifa at UC Berkeley after they successfully shut down Ann Coulter's speech. Listen as Gavin explains exactly why he's ready to put his life on the line and fight back against the terrorist group that has wreaked havoc among the city of Berkeley as well as numerous other cities across the United States with her terrorist attacks on people they disagree with politically.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police bodycam video obtained by CBS affiliate WBTV in North Carolina shows officers chasing a man from a March 2016 traffic stop and one officer holding a gun to the man's head and threatening to kill him. The department defended the officer's actions, saying he believed the man had a weapon.
Relatives and friends of 43 missing students marched through the centre of Mexico City to mark 31 months since they disappeared. The families, supported by activists, have been highly critical of the government’s handling of the case. They are demanding justice for their loved ones. What happened to the students? Their exact fate is unknown. Dozens of arrests have been made since the group of 43 student teachers was seized by police in the southern city of Iguala on September 26, 2014. They were reportedly turned over to an organised crime group. What do the families think happened to the students? Parents and the lawyers representing them have criticised the government. They think the investigations are progressing slowly and have not delved into the role that the Army may have played in the disappearances. Some believe their missing children are still alive and are being held in clandestine detention centres. Still No Justice for Mexico’s Missing Students, The NYT (03/2017)https://t.co/KKgMnqS20R— Academic Lounge (@AcademicLounge) 22 avril 2017 What do the authorities say? Earlier this week the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) reported that Mexico’s investigations into the disappearance has stalled. The Attorney General’s office (PGR) says it has initiated fresh searches and has followed the recommendations of a group of international experts that followed the case up until April last year. However, there are still no relevant results. What did the experts say? They have rejected the prosecution’s initial version that the group was killed and their remains burned at a rubbish dump in the town of Cocula near Iguala. They have accused the prosecutor of manipulating evidence. What has the prosecutor said? The initial prosecutor has resigned. The current prosecutor says different hypotheses are being investigated.
A fatal shooting involving a Chickasha Police Officer in November has been ruled as justified. District Attorney Jason Hicks said in a letter to Chickasha Police Chief, Stewart Steele, that the case has been placed in "closed" status following a full investigation. On Nov. 19, 2016, at 1:51 a.m. Chickasha Police responded to a call that Steve Vananda, 56, was intoxicated and had a gun. Vananda's family told police that he had multiple guns and would see officers entering due to Vananda's home surveillance system, a report from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said. When officers arrived at the scene, there was a group of people in the front yard, mostly Vananda's family members. Police were advised that: Vananda was inside the home with his father Sanford, Vananda was intoxicated, Vananda had pointed the gun at a family member, and that Vananda was upset about his wife passing away three years prior. Officer Chad King heard screaming coming from inside the home and made the decision to enter, Hicks said. King approached the bedroom where the screaming was coming from. There was a verbal argument between Vananda and his father, the report said. King turned the corner and announced, "Police Department." Video surveillance recorded Vananda reaching toward a wall and taking possession of a firearm. At this time, King asked Vananda to drop the gun multiple times. Officer King fired his weapon, five shots can be heard on the recording, Hicks said. Hicks said it had been determined that Vananda fired his weapon in the direction of Officer King and that Officer King fired the first round. The shots fired at Vananda resulted in his death, Hicks said. The medical examiner's report showed that Vananda died from multiple gun shot wounds and his BAC was 0.20, in excess of intoxication by Oklahoma State standards, the report said. "Officer King, had less than one second to made a determination as to whether he should fire his weapon at Steve Vananda," Hicks said. "As part of the investigation, the OSBI provided images of Officer King's body worn camera in a "frame by frame" format. In the format, it is abundantly clear that Steve Vananda, after Officer King announces 'police department' reaches for a gun" … "It is only after Steve Vananda turned toward Officer King that Officer King fired his weapon. In a split second decision, Officer King chose to protect Sanford Vananda, Officers Ker and Peck and himself."
High school students and anti-fascist activists clashed with riot police on the street of Paris.
Video shows close urban air support for US Marines conducted by Marine UH-1 Venom and AH-1Z Viper helicopters using their miniguns and rockets at day and night time during United States Marines training.
Two passengers arriving on the same flight from the Dominican Republic to JFK airport were caught trying to sneak 23 pounds of cocaine worth $380,000 into the country by taping it to their legs under their clothing. Both men had been taken to private rooms to be searched after getting off the plane at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
By Any Means
KCBS reported that Gavin McInnes, founder of the pro-Trump "Proud Boys," said he will speak in the afternoon at Civic Center Park and encouraged other groups to help make a large showing at the gathering. Another group called the Orange County Alt Right Group planned a morning rally in the same place.
In emails to The Associated Press on Wednesday, Coulter confirmed that her planned speech on illegal immigration, followed by a question-answer session, was canceled. But she remained coy about what she might do instead.
"I'm not speaking. But I'm going to be near there, so I might swing by to say hello to my supporters who have flown in from all around the country," Coulter said in an email. "I thought I might stroll around the graveyard of the First Amendment."
Officials at UC Berkeley said last week they feared renewed violence on campus if Coulter followed through with plans to speak.
They cited "very specific intelligence" of threats that could endanger Coulter and students, as Berkeley becomes a platform for extremist protesters on both sides of the political spectrum.
A stunning ‘FlightLapse’ reveals the night sky from a pilot’s perspective. While traveling from Europe to South America, Sales Wick shot the mesmerising flight – highlighting glowing cities and the glittering Milky Way. The 5,000 mile (8,000km) journey was shot using a Sony a7S camera from the cockpit of an Airbus A340 passenger flying at 500mph (800kph). The project, called 'Beyond the Clouds', is a timelapse of a flight that left Zurich, Switzerland at 9:50PM BST (4:50PM ET) and arrived in Sao Paulo, Brazil 4:35AM BST (11:35PM ET). ‘Flying through the night, while the world beneath us is at sleep, is a pretty common thing as a long haul pilot,’ Mr Wick wrote on his website. ‘The latter is the case for my flight today across the Atlantic Ocean to South America. Our flight is packed and some 340 passengers are settling in for a long night flight.’ The plane first headed westbound along ‘the clearly visible Alps’ that sat at the left of the plane.
A man has captured the heart-stopping moment a spider ensnared an entire scorpion in its web during a clash that took place on his bathroom wall. Tim Hurley, from Kalorama, Victoria, spotted the two insects in an epic struggle in his own bathroom and filmed it on a web-cam, reports the Herald Sun. The ghastly footage shows a small spider entangle the large scorpion in its web as it slowly wraps its prey in a neat bundle. Mr Hurley was not sure what type of spider the predator was but assumed it was a daddy long legs. The scorpion continued to struggle in its web prison until morning when Mr Hurley checked on the miniature beasts again. 'The scorpion was bigger than the spider... the next morning it was still kicking,' he said. But that was when the scorpion met its fate, as the spider began consuming its much larger prey for breakfast. Australia does not have any lethal scorpions and it is not uncommon for house spiders to kill and eat their stinging insect counterparts.
This is the shocking moment dozens of rival football fans were caught on CCTV brawling outside a pub in front of terrified customers. The vicious fight started after a stand-off between Nottingham Forest and Notts County fans. Shocking CCTV shows a group of around ten men throwing punches and surging towards the pub entrance. A couple sat on a table outside the pub can be seen calmly gathering their shopping bags as the brawl carries on just inches away from them. At one point during the footage, one thug can be seen kicking another man as he lies on the ground. The brawl then appears to calm down but starts for a second time when another yob throws an advertising board at the pub window. The fighting eventually ends when the fans outside the pub walk away with one of them stopping and holding his arms outstretched in the street. Nottingham Crown Court heard the organised brawl took place outside the Major Oak pub in Nottingham on March 19 last year. It started after a group of Notts County fans gathered outside with the Nottingham Forest supporters standing near barriers at the beer garden. Ten men are due to be sentenced for their roles in the brawl after pleading guilty to affray and using threatening behaviour on Wednesday. Prosecutor Philip Gibbs told the court the CCTV showed there was 'immediate verbal hostility'. He added: 'The Nottingham Forest group started the violence.' The court heard Notts County fan Dallen Dakin, who was nearest the rival supporters, was punched full in his face by Jake Bramley on the Nottingham Forest side. Mr Gibbs said glasses were thrown as missiles and chairs were brandished during the brawl with between 200 to 250 terrified customers in the pub. He added: 'Innocent customers were trying to get out of the way. 'There was a scene of panic. 'The beer garden was trashed. 'Ten chairs were knocked over or dropped by participants.' The court heard another Notts County fan Michele Saragnese was trapped outside and attacked 'quite ferociously' by Nottingham Forest group. Mr Gibbs said Bramley put his knee in Saragnese's face, took hold of him, threw him to the ground and delivered a punch to his head. Another Forest fan Ross Dawson threw 12 punches at Saragnese's head. Forest fan Adam Claxton also gesticulated and 'exchanged verbal hostility' with the Notts County side before throwing several punches in a side-arm motion. The court head Reece Kelly gesticulated towards the Notts County group and threw repeated punches at them and pushed his way to the entrance of the pub. Reece Warner made hand gestures towards the County fans and threw a punch at someone inside the doorway. The court heard Notts County fan Ryan Wales went inside the pub and was 'rallying the troops'. Mr Gibbs added: 'Wales was amongst the County group greeting the Nottingham Forest group as they arrived.' 'Dakin was heavily involved with Wales in the organisation of the fight.' Notts County fan Michele Saragnese, 23, of Beeston, Notts., pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour. Other County supporters Ryan Wales, 21, of Aspley, Nottingham, and Dallen Dakin, 20, of Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, admitted affray. Nottingham Forest fans Jake Bramley, 28, of Sherwood, Nottingham, Adam Claxton, 27, of Derby, Reece Kelly, 23, of Clifton, Nottingham, Reece Warner, 24, of Chilwell, Nottingham, Dylan Connor, 23, of South Normanton, Derbyshire, Ross Dawson, 21, of Strelley, Nottinghamshire, and Harry Nicholson, 21, of Arnold, Nottingham also admitted affray.
Mysterious footage has emerged from a forest in the Netherlands showing a shadowy Bigfoot-like creature lurking in the trees. In the shaky video two youths, named only as Lucas and Jeroen, are visiting Veluwezoom National Park near the Dutch border with Germany. In the distance they spot a dark figure lurking behind the trees, accompanied by the sounds of knocking. As the camera zooms in a dark figure is seen peering out at them from behind a tree. At first they think the strange creature might be a wild hog, but that idea is quickly dispelled. The boys are clearly surprised and frightened. They can be heard on the video saying: 'What is that, what the f*** is that?' But then to add to the mystery a gunshot is heard in the distance and the two boys quickly flee.
Delta is the latest airline to come under fire after video emerged showing a passenger being told he had to get off a plane because he used the bathroom during a tarmac delay.
Kima Hamilton, a 39-year-old 'DJ and poet' was due to travel on Delta Airlines Flight 2035 from Atlanta to Milwaukee on April 18.
Unfortunately for all aboard the flight, they were delayed while waiting on the tarmac for about 30 minutes.
During that hold-up, Hamilton needed to go to the bathroom. At one point, he stood up from his seat and walked to the back of the plane, then asked a flight attendant if he could duck in and relieve himself, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
The attendant said no, telling the 39-year-old they would 'lose their place in line', if he did, according to the newspaper.
Defeated and unrelieved, Hamilton returned to his seat. But as the delay continued and the plane remained stranded on the tarmac, Hamilton's need to go grew stronger.
Fearing an 'accident' in his seat, the 39-year-old got back up and walked to the restroom at plane's rear. He went in, flushed, and returned to his seat in about a minute. But as Hamilton was sitting back down and buckling his seat belt, he claimed the flight crew made an announcement over the intercom. 'The pilot came on and said, 'Ladies and gentlemen, I'm sorry for the inconvenience but we have to return to the gate and remove a passenger',' he told the Journal-Sentinel.
'It escalated to that point that fast.' Footage of what happened next was posted online by Krista Rosolino - another passenger who was sat across the aisle from Hamilton with her husband, Mike, and their infant daughter.
In the first of two videos, Hamilton is heard saying to what appears to be an airline official: 'Can you help me understand why… I need more information, I haven't done anything.'
The official then says: 'We'll discuss this outside, not here. Come with me please. We're not going to discuss this here.'
Hamilton continues: 'I'm not really clear… I purchased this ticket, I had an emergency and needed to pee, I tried to hold it the first time and I absolutely couldn't, and now I'm being kicked off the plane? I haven't done anything hostile.'
The back-and-forth continued for about three minutes, before the official walked down the aisle and exited the plane.
'I have done nothing,' Hamilton is heard saying, before another passenger was heard agreeing there was no need to boot him from the aircraft. But things took a turbulent turn from there. The second video shows another man on the plane, stood in the aisle talking to Hamilton.
The 39-year-old continued to explain his desperate need to get to the bathroom, and that he needed to get to Milwaukee to help run a fieldtrip with '94 sixth graders'. The second official, who had kneeled down to listen to Hamilton, was seen laughing in a good natured manner at the comment, before nodding seemingly in an understanding manner.
The official then is heard saying: 'Let me just explain, basically any time we are about to take off – for your safety, and for everyone's safety – we need you seated, that's the bottom line.
'I understand you had an emergency and I'm glad you were able to take care of that, however, there's always protocol.
'Because you were the person, I'm not saying who 'caused' the flight to lose its place in line, that's why we need to talk to you about it. 'This is not one of those scenarios where we are going to force you off the plane or anything, but because we are inconveniencing everyone right now, that's why someone came to ask you to leave, and I need you to follow me up to the front desk, that's all.'
'You're kicking me off the plane, I need you to be direct with that language, because this whole "let's get off and talk" thing isn't true,' Hamilton said back, before the official replied.
'I'm trying to be 100 per cent, I'm saying because we had to move the plane out of rotation and we need to head back to the gate, we need to see what the reason is… more people are involved than just us right now,' he said.
'I don't understand why I have to get off this plane though, I mean, I had to use the restroom?' Hamilton then asked again. 'We're not kicking you off, we need to remove you because we need to discuss this further,' the official replied. 'I'm just trying to help you man, so if you can follow me, get your things and whatever, then we can get you rebooked.'
When he was eventually forced to leave the plane, Hamilton apologized to the man sitting next to him. But the fellow passenger was supportive, and said: 'You did nothing wrong.'
Krista Rosolino then wrote about the incident in a lengthy 'open letter' to the airline that she posted online.
'I observed the most outrageous treatment of a paying customer that I have seen in my two decades of flying,' it read. 'I trust that you will investigate this matter and see that similar situations are handled better in the future. Not only did your staff truly harm and humiliate one person who was forced to pay hundreds of dollars for a new same-day flight, but you forced the rest of us passengers to endure a two hour saga of watching a man being targeted for having a bathroom emergency. 'I am disappointed and horrified at how Delta Airlines staff treated their customers/passengers.'
In the letter, she went on to explain how eventually everyone was forced to get off the plane, and they were then allowed to reboard 'sans Hamilton'. 'Delta, what was the nice gentleman supposed to do?' she asked to end the letter.
'Here are the options as I see it: 1) Urinate in his seat. This would be unpleasant for him, everyone around him, and the airline staff member who has to clean it up. 2) Urinate in a vomit bag or some type of device he could have possibly found. Again, same issue with being uncomfortable for him, those around him, and anyone cleaning up later.
'Or 3) Do what he did—wait as long as humanly (remember, we are humans?) possible, and then go to the bathroom as quickly as possible. Yes, he may have broken the rules... however, the situation was resolved in the 1 minute he was out of his seat. I don’t believe the plane moved an inch during that time.
'Why did Delta have to continue this saga by returning to the gate to remove him? What about him made you want to remove him from the plane?'
Delta responded to the newspaper about the incident with a statement on Wednesday.
'Our flight crews are extensively trained to ensure the safety and security of all customers. It is imperative that passengers comply with crew instructions during all phases of flight, especially at the critical points of takeoff and landing,' it read.
The incident is the latest in a string of dramas for airlines when trying to remove passengers in the last few weeks.
Dr David Dao was filmed being bloodied and dragged from a United flight in Chicago, and then on Friday a flight attendant was caught on camera yanking a stroller away from a passenger and her baby.
A police van was caught on camera toying with an apparent queue jumper by repeatedly nudging forward to stop them making a last-minute cut in on a slip road. However, it later emerged the vehicle was carrying emergency medicine. The footage, filmed by lorry driver Alan Crosby, shows a Metropolitan Police vehicle standing up to a blue van as tries to barge into a slip road in Bow, East London, moments before the road split. The 51-year-old said the video shows cringe-worthy scenes between the police van and the Courier Network Systems vehicle. Officers appear to dish out a few words of advice to the hopeful queue jumper, before forcing them to miss the junction and continue on in the lane they were originally in. However Courier Network Systems hit back at the tactics and said that the vehicle was carrying patient medication that had a limited lifespan. A Met spokesman said that the officers would not have been aware that the vehicle was transporting medication. A spokesman for Courier Network Solutions said: 'Our vehicle was carrying patient medication, which is only effective for a short time, after which it is deemed useless. 'It was, therefore, imperative that the material be delivered to its intended destination in the shortest possible time. 'Our driver was completing his duties to the best of his ability and certainly was not committing any traffic offences. He explained to the police officer that he was transporting urgently-needed medication. 'The manoeuvre caused our vehicle to lose valuable time as it was diverted.' A Met spokesman said: 'Of course the officers would have been completely unaware of what was being transported by this courier company. 'There are recognised couriers, who for example transport blood urgently around London, that police are well aware of and interact with. 'Any driver carrying out a risky manoeuvre should expect the police to pay attention to their driving as risky manoeuvres are one of the five identified top risk factors that are present in over 70 per cent of all serious or fatal collisions in London.'
A shocking video has been shared on social media among Egyptian citizens, showing a teen boy lying on rail tracks under a speeding train to entertain his friends.
A biker face-planted into the road in central London while riding between vehicles and the toe-curling moment was caught on dashcam. Mark Knight, 37, from Hampshire, was driving through East Smithfield, near Tower Bridge when a group of motorcyclists tried to ride through standstill traffic. One of the riders appeared to brake too fast, and preceded to fall head over his handlebars.
A live televised debate on communism took a shocking turn when a guest punched a journalist in the face after he called his grandparents fascists. The incident happened during Polish TV's Mesto Vstrechi - or Meeting Place - as journalist Tomasz Maciejczuk and Ruslan Ostashko, editor of online news website PolitRussia, discussed the country's Soviet legacy. The mood took a swift nosedive when Maciejczuk accused Ostashko's ancestors of being fascists. Ostashko warned him not to say it again, but Maciejczuk replied: 'Your grandfathers are red fascists'. Within seconds, angry Ostashko marched across the TV studio's set and hit Maciejczuk with a right hook. The pair brawled through the television studio, and they were even joined by Ukrainian writer Elena Boyko. Programme staff and security officers eventually broke up the live TV brawl.
The steward can be seen attempting to trip a Portsmouth fan running onto the pitch and the fans reaction.