Sunday on “CNN Newsroom” during a live report from Alabama, a person shouted “fake news” at reporter Nick Valencia while he was live on site covering the state’s U.S. Senate race. Off camera you can hear the person shouting, “Fake news, fake news fake news — all of you are conspiring against Roy Moore.”
Former NFL running back Herschel Walker responded this morning to the latest national anthem protests by NFL players.
Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch drew the ire of fans and President Trump by sitting out the "Star-Spangled Banner" before Sunday's game in Mexico City, but standing for the host country's anthem.
Marshawn Lynch of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders stands for the Mexican Anthem and sits down to boos for our National Anthem. Great disrespect! Next time NFL should suspend him for remainder of season. Attendance and ratings way down.
AT LEAST 15 people, mainly women and elderly people, have died in a stampede for food in a town in Morocco.
Local media has reported the death toll is expected to rise, following the crush in the rural town of Sidi Boulaalam in Essaouira province, about 90 miles west of Marrakesh.
Most of the dead were women or elderly people, reports said, blaming the the crush on 'disorganisation'.
Most of the victims died from suffocation, Telquel reported.
A number of other people are believed to have been injured, some critical, as residents clambered for food supplies being handed out by a an unknown group.
Images on social media showed people laying injured on the ground.
Charles Manson, the cult leader of the Manson family who masterminded the Tate-LaBianca killings of 1969 and one of the most reviled and fascinating figures in American pop culture, died Sunday night, CBS Los Angeles reports. He was 83. Manson had been rushed to a Bakersfield, California hospital from Corcoran State Prison earlier this month for an undisclosed medical issue.
Manson died of natural causes at Kern County hospital, according to a California Department of Corrections statement.
A career criminal, amateur musician, enigmatic cult leader and unrepentant racist, Manson became synonymous with the dark underbelly and ominous end of the Sixties. The two-day killing spree he orchestrated in August 1969 left seven people dead and, as legend has it, sprang from his mad interpretation of the Beatles' White Album – specifically the song "Helter Skelter" – which he believed foretold a coming apocalyptic race war.
On August 9th, 1969, tired of waiting for that war to break out, Manson sent four members of his so-called Family to a house on Cielo Drive in Los Angeles with the order to "totally destroy everyone in [it], as gruesome as you can." They killed the eight-and-a-half-month pregnant actress Sharon Tate, 26, wife of director Roman Polanski; celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, 35; screenwriter Voytek Frykowski, 32; heiress to the Folger's coffee fortune Abigail Folger, 25; and 18-year-old bystander Steven Earl Parent. The next night, Manson ordered the crew, with one additional member, to a different home on Waverly Drive, where grocery-store-chain owner Leno LaBianca, 44, and his wife, Rosemary, 38, were stabbed to death. At both houses, the culprits left words like "rise," "piggies" and "helter skelter" scrawled in blood.
Shelby Isaac, 19, was found guilty of murder after she fatally shot a couple and their unborn child during a fight over a hair weave.
An off-duty military police officer shot dead two armed robbers while holding his child in one arm when the pair tried to hold up a pharmacy, CCTV footage shows.
Sergeant Rafael Souza had walked into the business 40km outside the city of São Paulo, Brazil, with his wife and child to buy medicine when the two men burst in wearing hoods and wielding guns.
One of the men - Jefferson Alves, 24 - then reportedly pointed his weapon at Mr Souza, who drew his pistol and is seen on camera shooting the attacker at close range.
The in-store video shows the officer disappear from the frame while his wife is seen taking cover in an aisle with her hands over her ears.
Mr Souza then appears back in the picture and hands his child over to the mother.
He moves outside the frame again before reportedly shooting the other assailant, identified as Italo Creato, 22.
The action took place in Bifarma in the centre of Campo Limpo Paulista, local news station Radio Acesa reported.
This is the horrifying moment a street performer was engulfed by flames after "the most dangerous trick in the world" went terribly wrong.
Logy Logan - also known as 'Logy On Fire' - was entertaining families in Belfast when his beard caught fire, Belfast Live reports.
Within seconds the 29-year-old fire starter was completely ablaze as children and parents screamed for "water, water".
Thankfully, Logy was not hurt in the accident, which he had dubbed "the most dangerous trick in the world...if not done properly".
A woman on horseback appears to repeatedly whip a hunt saboteur with a riding crop after he tried to stop her “charging down” his fellow protesters in shocking footage.
In the video the furious rider screams “get off my horse ” and strikes out wildly at the masked man as he tries to grab onto the reins during an alleged clash with the East Sussex & Romney Marsh Hunt Club on Saturday.
Saboteurs claim she lashed him with her horse whip 17 times before charging at their group on marshland near the village of Pevensey.
But others commented that it looked as though the rider was protecting her horse after it was 'spooked' by protesters.
Footage of the ugly confrontation was later posted on the Brighton Hunt Saboteurs’ Facebook page and has been viewed more than 350,000 times.
Terrifying footage captures fairground revellers screaming in terror as "overloaded" carriages on a spinning octopus ride crash to the ground.
Fifteen people on board the 'Takada' attraction were injured yesterday during a festival in Samut Prakan, near Bangkok, Thailand.
The ride crashed when two hydraulic pumps, connecting the octopus to its tentacles, broke which sent eight carts careering to the ground at full speed.
Footage from onlookers captured sparks flying as one arm hit the ground with a massive bang, followed by another loud crash from a second tentacle - each one holding around eight people.
A girl was seen being flung back as the ride accelerates to the sound of screams. The octopus's head then toppled over as passenger's ran for cover.
Ambulances arrived after the incident at 9.40pm and rushed 15 people to hospital to be treated for cuts, bruises and fractures.
While pictures showed the damage done to the carriages as they skidded along the ground.
Premnao Atcharakorn, 21, who was inside one of the carriages that hit the ground, said: "There was a normal atmosphere, everybody was happy.
A MMA fighter produced arguably the knockout of the year - but his dramatic KO was ruled out due to a timekeeping error.
Ollie Flint ended the amateur bout against Aaron Gray in style with a stunning back-hook kick in the first round when the blow caught Gray flush in the face, who passed out on impact.
But fans who attended Shock N’ Awe 26 in Portsmouth just a few weeks ago were left baffled after the fight was ruled as a 'no contest'.
Organisers revealed that a timekeeping error had taken place, and that the fight had over ran by 17 seconds.
Three men who launched a vile gun, machete and knife attack on a reveller outside a nightclub have been jailed for attempted murder.
Their victim, a 42-year-old man, was shot in the chest after a sawn-off shotgun was fired at him from just a few feet away.
Disturbing CCTV shows the man being attacked outside the Nite Trax club, in Leeds shortly before 1am on Monday, August 29, last year while the area was busy with people celebrating the Leeds West Indian Carnival weekend.
The victim received also received knife wounds and had to undergo life-saving surgery.
In the footage Shaquille Liddie, identified as SL in a red triangle, can be seen pointing the gun at the victim, JB with a blue triangle.
There are hundreds of innocent bystanders who scatter when they hear the gun go off.
Liddie, 24, from Leeds, was identified as having been the gunman and admitted his role in the attack.
He pleaded guilty to attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and was given 14 years behind bars.
Kemar Ricketts, 29, and Seion Allen, 33, both from Leeds, decided to go to trial, but were found guilty of attempted murder.
They were each sentenced to 19 years imprisonment at Leeds Crown Court today.
Detective Chief Inspector Jim Griffiths, of West Yorkshire Police Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “This was an absolutely appallingly violent attack and it is only by sheer chance that the victim was not killed.
“These men armed themselves with a sawn-off shotgun, a machete and a knife and shot the victim at close range in a targeted attack that we have never been able to establish the basis for.
“The whole incident was captured on CCTV and it shows just how busy the area was with people enjoying the evening at the time and the obvious risks there were to others. A woman who was an innocent bystander received slash injuries to her leg during the attack.
“It took a very lengthy and protracted investigation into the circumstances to identify the men responsible and bring them to justice.
“We hope the significant sentences they have received will send a clear deterrent message to others about how seriously offences of this nature will be treated and the heavy penalties that people can expect.
“Guns have absolutely no place in the hands of criminals in our communities and we will continue to do everything we can to tackle firearms crime and protect people from the risks that violent offenders like these present.”
Notorious murderer Charles Manson died of natural causes on Sunday evening, according to prison officials. He was 83-years-old.
Manson was deemed responsible for a two-day murderous rampage through southern California in August 1969 that left seven people dead. While Manson didn't commit the killings himself, he commanded others to do so.
Manson had spent nearly five decades behind bars since his conviction and had served time in some of the state's largest prisons.
He was housed in a protective unit at a California state prison in Corcoran prior to his death on Sunday.
HOSPITAL patients suffering from the plague are running away from hospitals because they are scared of needles and aren't used to hospital treatment.
Security guards at the Central Anti-Plague Hospital in Ambohimindra, Madagascar, are tasked with keeping patients in as well as making sure those arriving follow safety procedures.
Officials at the hospital say the main reason why patients run away is that they are scared of needles and don't have much experience of hospitals.
Jean Benoit Manhes, the deputy representative of Unicef, told the Irish Times: "Some escaped because they’re afraid of needles. People here are not used to the hospital.
"The problem of plague is not just a medical response. You can have hospitals but if people don’t come it isn’t enough.”
Such incidents have prompted fears that the plague could spread even further with each confirmed case requiring 20 people have been in contact with to be treated as a precaution.
Air Force General John Hyten, commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM), told an audience at the Halifax International Security Forum in Nova Scotia, Canada that he had given a lot of thought to what he would say if he received such an order.
“I think some people think we’re stupid,” Hyten said in response to a question about such a scenario. “We’re not stupid people. We think about these things a lot. When you have this responsibility, how do you not think about it?”
Hyten, who is responsible for overseeing the U.S. nuclear arsenal, explained the process that would follow such a command.
As head of STRATCOM “I provide advice to the president, he will tell me what to do,” he said in his remarks, retransmitted in a video posted on the forum’s Facebook page.
“And if it’s illegal, guess what’s going to happen? I‘m going to say, ‘Mr. President, that’s illegal.’ And guess what he’s going to do? He’s going to say, ‘What would be legal?’ And we’ll come up with options, of a mix of capabilities to respond to whatever the situation is, and that’s the way it works. It’s not that complicated.”
"Vicky" is a YouTube sensation who somehow managed to make an inordinate amount of money by acting like a total asshole on the video sharing website.
Here's a compilation that shows that acting like a complete fool and making an ass out of yourself somehow pays off when you post it online.
Every here and there you come across a compilation that you just can't help but make you feel a little bit sadder about the progress we've made in society. This is one of those videos.
Either this guys eyes are completely messed up, or he is just a scam artist attempting to try to get something for free.
Listen as he attempts to bargain with workers who just replace glass in a frame that he brought in after paying $20. The man claims the glass does not adequately suit his requests, despite the glass being the exact same size according to everyone except him.
The man continues to argue with the staff members before finally answering his phone and giving up.
it truly is hard to believe that people this stupid can even function in society.
In 1981, Mauritania became the last country in the world to abolish slavery. Activists are arrested for fighting the practice. The government denies it exists. “On this land, everybody is exploited.” The vast Saharan nation didn’t make slavery a crime until 2007. Only one slave owner has been successfully prosecuted.
CNN An estimated 10% to 20% of Mauritania’s 3.4 million people are enslaved — in “real slavery,” according to the United Nations’ special rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, Gulnara Shahinian. If that’s not unbelievable enough, consider that Mauritania was the last country in the world to abolish slavery. That happened in 1981, nearly 120 years after Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in the United States. It wasn’t until five years ago, in 2007, that Mauritania passed a law that criminalized the act of owning another person. So far, only one case has been successfully prosecuted.
The country is slavery’s last stronghold.
Watch as this Arab woman single-handedly man handles two Wolf Cubs that she found inside of this small cave.
At first the 2 Wolf Cubs appear to be dead and completely motionless, that is until she wiggles them a little bit as she climbs out of the cave and they begin growling.
This is a straight up savagery!
For teachers in this seaside megacity, Rio de Janeiro’s surge in violence has meant making a life-or-death judgment call with unnerving frequency: deciding whether to cancel classes because of nearby shootouts.
For police officers, it has meant burying 119 of their own so far this year and surrendering ever more territory to drug gangs that have resumed open-air sales in teeming communities that had been declared “pacified” just a few years ago.
Many ordinary residents of this city of about 6.5 million start the day scanning mobile apps that track live reports of gunfire before planning their commutes.
A little more than a year since Rio de Janeiro hosted a largely successful Summer Olympics, Brazil’s showcase city is plagued by a rise in lawlessness reminiscent of its darkest periods in the 1980s and 1990s. There were 4,974 people killed in Rio de Janeiro State, with a population of about 16.5 million, during the first nine months of this year, up 11 percent from last year, according to state government statistics.
The rise in violent crime here is part of a nationwide trend that experts say has been exacerbated by Brazil’s economic recession, by corruption that has hollowed out government coffers and by fierce competition among drug trafficking organizations.
Last year, there were 61,619 people killed across Brazil, according to data compiled by Brazilian Forum on Public Security, making it the deadliest year on record.
Facing a budget deficit and increasingly well-armed and organized drug cartels, officials in Rio de Janeiro have turned to the federal government for a bailout and to the military for backup.
“The situation is one of complete vulnerability,” said Antônio Carlos Costa, the head of Rio de Paz, an organization that supports victims of violence. “The weapons used by the traffickers are weapons of war.”
The resurgence of violence comes after what had been tangible, but short-lived gains in reducing the city’s crime.
Occurred on November 10, 2017 / Calico, California, USA
A conflict occurred between a group of young people and the guards of a restaurant in one of the nightclubs. Three visitors to the entertainment institution, being in a state of intoxication, provoked a conflict with other visitors of the club.
The guards asked the young people to leave the institution. They left, but after a while, the two guys returned, went into the club and fired several shots.
As a result, one guard from the received wounds died in the hospital, another guard and the visitor of the club were injured, they were hospitalized, their lives were not threatened.
The suspects were detained by police officers, involving the soldiers of Rosgvardia. From the scene of the crime seized: shot cartridge, shot.
Shocking mobile phone footage captures a young man high on a "zombie drug " fall out of a taxi in just his underwear hours before he tragically died.
The victim, whose name has not yet been released, was seen writhing around on the pavement after tumbling out the vehicle.
In the footage shared on social media, the man tries to put his legs back inside the taxi but doesn't appear to notice when the driver twice attempts to shut the door.
The man crawls off on his hands and knees into traffic on a busy road. Concerned passerby are seen desperately trying to guide the man to safety in Santiago, Chile.
He was rushed to hospital but sadly died hours later. Police said he took a drug, but they are still trying to identify the substance.
Kevin Caroca, who witnessed the man's disturbing struggle, said: "Be careful with what you take, especially women, a lot of the 'zombie' drugs have arrived.
"Beware of receiving anything or buying any drugs from a stranger, they can cause death."
He continued: "The taxi driver told me the guy started to hit everything in the car, and in the end, he had to stop and tell the young man to get out.
"I know about the drug from a Brazilian video.
"I saw it a few months ago and the young man had almost the same effects, spoke very fast and hit the back of the taxi so hard he almost broke the glass."
This is the eerie moment a savage "fireball lightning" soared through the sky — and appeared to turn night into day in Lapland.
The time-lapse video shows the bright light zoom across the sky on Thursday.
It was filmed in Lapland, north Finland, but the intense flash was seen as far as Kola Peninsula, northwest Russia.
A brawl has broken out on a suburban train after a man was incensed by a group of young adults with share-bikes blocking the walkway. A large, bald man can be seen confronting a group of men, worried if the train comes to a quick stop the bikes could injure someone. The men exchange obscenities before one of the young adults stands up to confront the bald man, before they each begin throwing punches. The footage was posted to Instagram on Saturday afternoon by Melbourne resident Luke Bennie.
A video shows how the quarrel escalates in a residential building in Basel: Ten hooded persons forcibly gain access to an apartment, handcuffing and gagging the family of five living in it. The children are very small, walk partly naked through the apartment and scream scared. The camera that records the whole thing goes unnoticed.
The intruders are, according to Tele Basel Linksautonomes, the incident took place on March 20, 2016. According to the report, the woman and the man who live in the flat are a Russian artist couple who have performed state-critical performances in their homeland.
They had co-founded the artist collective Woina (Russian for war) and have since been politically persecuted. For this reason, the family had used an invitation from the Cabaret Voltaire and had fled to Switzerland.
So, the hypocrisy is a-flyin’.
On the one side, we’ve got the left – those halcyons of morality and decency, who are outraged, simply outraged! that multiple women have now alleged that Donald Trump kissed them against their will, groped them, or walked in on them unclad in the dressing room of his beauty pageants. They can’t believe! that Trump joked about dating a 10-year-old girl in ten more years, or laughed about wanting to kill one of his ex-wives. It’s just UNTHINKABLE!
Then, of course, they suggest that Bill Clinton is a saint who must never be questioned. Joy Behar of The View called Clinton’s alleged victims “tramps.” Whoopi Goldberg said that the Clinton accusers were “lucky” in their treatment at Hillary’s hands, because she should have revenged herself on them. One CNN panelist called Clinton’s long rap sheet of allegations a “conspiracy theory” and “f***ing ridiculous.”
Just hours after CNN ran a fake story planning that slavery was still occurring in Libya, African and Muslim migrants took to the streets to protest, in the wrong country!
The streets of Paris were turned into a war zone after these protesters began hurling rocks, smashing stores, assaulting Parisians, and causing complete and utter chaos in the streets after a fake news story published by CNN claimed the slave trade was still going strong in Libya.
With the story left out is that the slave trade is solely controlled by the terrorist group ISIS. And has absolutely nothing to do with the French government whatsoever.
Needless to say, CNN has once again cause a riot to occur because of a fake news story.
This is reminiscent of the fake news story that calls numerous riots in the United States, such as the fake news story about Mike Brown", hands up don't shoot", or even the Freddie Gray debacle that nearly burned down most of Baltimore.
Throughout his unusual career, Bam Margera has taken all sorts of abuse to his head, arms, legs and testicles. But up until early Saturday morning (June 12), he had never been beaten with a bat wielded by a 59-year-old woman.
Margera, the skateboarder and breakout star of "Jackass" and "Viva La Bam" on MTV, was assaulted early Saturday morning following a noise complaint at The Note, the bar that Margera owns in his hometown of West Chester, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Ray, who lives on the same block as the bar, attacked Margera with a bat at around 2 a.m. on Saturday.
She was arrested and charged with one count of aggravated assault, two counts of simple assault and two counts of reckless endangerment. She posted $10,000 bail shortly after her arrest.
Ray professed her innocence to the Philadelphia Daily News, claiming that Margera used racial slurs during their initial argument about the noise. "He called me the n-word," she said. "I'm innocent, and he's a jackass, just like his movies."
Margera's mother April (who audiences got to know well on "Viva La Bam") suggested that this wasn't the first time her son had an altercation with Ray. "She hit him over the head with a baseball bat, and she hit him while he was walking to his car," she said, though she was not actually a witness to the incident. "There was no fight. She's just crazy and gives him a hard time all the time."