A leaked video from a Monsanto group exposes just how careless Mexican workers are with the chicken they are importing across the border to Americans. Watch as they artificially inflate the chickens with an unknown substance, in a workplace that's absolutely deplorable for any health standards.
The Department of Justice said late Wednesday that a Mexican national charged this week for his role in a fatal car accident in October was an illegal immigrant who had been deported eight times.
Miguel Angel Villasenor-Saucedo was charged in the death of two women in an accident in Louisville, Kentucky. Villasenor-Saucedo was the alleged driver of the truck, and he fled the scene.
The suspect is still at large, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Western District of Kentucky.
"Soon after the fatal accident, it was learned that Villasenor-Saucedo was a Mexican national illegally present in the United States," the U.S. Attorney's Office said. "Upon learning of Villasenor-Saucedo's illegal immigration status in the United States, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office began investigating Villasenor-Saucedo and found that he had previously been deported from the United States on eight occasions and did not have lawful authority to be present in the United States."
Outspoken conservative Sheriff David Clarke ripped the mainstream media narrative of “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!” as “fake news” that eventually led to the shooting deaths of multiple police officers.
The Wisconsin law enforcement official, who’s been a strident defender of the Second Amendment and police, argued Thursday with lawyer Eric Guster on Fox News’ “Hannity,” saying that “fake news has a birthplace and a birthday — Aug. 9, 2014 — when this widely held false belief was propagated by the media.”
That was the day Michael Brown was fatally shot by a police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, which resulted in months of protests, unrest and violence across America. The protesters’ “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!” rallying cry was based on the belief that Brown had his hands up and his back turned when he was shot — but that claim was walked back in eyewitness testimony. Still many believe “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!” to this day, Clarke said, and it resulted in the shooting deaths of police officers.
“It changed America,” Clarke said. “This anti-police sentiment rose out of this. What I call the bastard child of ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!’ ‘Black Lives Matter’ grew out of this thing. It swept the country.”
Clarke blamed the media for pushing the false narrative, which proved costly: “We have dead cops because of that ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!’ lie … people who were trying to avenge for the life of Mike Brown, who was a thug.”
Since Ferguson unfolded, multiple police officers across the country were victims of deadly ambushes, including in New York City, Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
COSTA MESA (CBSLA.com) — A political discussion in a college class touched off a firestorm.
A college professor went off on president-elect Donald Trump in her Orange Coast College class.
There are now threats of expulsion and threats of legal action.
CBS2’s Stacey Butler listened to the controversial rant. The human sexuality teacher — Olga Perez Stable Cox — called Trump’s election “an act of terrorism.”
“Our nation is divided. We have been assaulted. It is an act of terrorism,” she told the students.
She added, “One of the most frightening things for me, and most people in my life, is that the people who are committing the assault are among us.”
That was part of the teacher’s rant about Trump .
One student was so offended by the speech, he recorded it with his cellphone.
She was so badly burned over all of her body that rescuers said it was impossible to tell her sex.
Police say the victim, 38, was torched by an African who has lived in Germany for 20 years.
Officers say the man, who comes from the same country as the victim, hurled petrol over her as she walked on Wednesday in Kronshagen, near Kiel.German police say the victim was so badly burned it was impossible to tell her sex
Eyewitnesses claim to have spotted him with a white petrol cannister.
She is thought to have been leaving a clinic in the town when she was set ablaze, and walked down the road screaming for help.
Smart cars aren't designed for winter driving. This driver didn't get the memo and wrecks into another vehicle.
The press has been staked outside of the New Jersey Golf Course where Trump is conducting his transition interviews.
Trump noticed how cold it was and offered the press some hot chocolate.
What an amazing and kind leader!
Since Germany opened its borders to “cultural enrichment,” there have been an extra 402,000 crimes committed by migrants. Illegal immigrants and asylum seekers are vastly overrepresented in every area of crime. Migrant rapes are never ending, terror plots are a constant threat. Germany is the shocking proof that multiculturalism has failed.
Crane topples and crushes truck. Description did not mention any injuries. Location: Korea (South)
According to police, Wilsey and his friend were walking to a nearby store when two men approached them.
The friend tells Action News, "We saw two men walk up from my left and they had guns, and we just turned around and started running."
"They just started shooting," the friend said. "They didn't say anything. They didn't stop to talk to us. They just started shooting."
Wilsey was shot three times, and one of the bullets went through his heart.
"He didn't make it in time to run," the friend said.
Neighbor Chrissy Calel heard the gunfire.
Woman assaults driver with a cane in a road rage incident caught on camera in Fresno, California. "It was just so scary and so chaotic."
"Cultural Center director Hamid Sadeghi: "The City of Games for Revolutionary Children [park was opened] at Mashhad's Kooh Sangi Park by the Child and the Future Cultural Center organization. It will be open September 18 to September 28, and children aged eight to 13 will be admitted free. At the City of Games, we are trying to convey to the children messages about fighting, the Holy Defense [i.e. Iran-Iraq War] and current global issues, through games, amusements, and group activities.
"After registering, the children enter the City of Games compound and split up into groups of eight to 10. They don uniforms and go through 12 [activity] stations.
"One of [our] cultural experts guides the children at the City of Games. First they are brought into the stations of the Ghadir [Shi'ite holiday honoring Imam 'Ali's succession to the Prophet Muhammad] and of the Lovers of Ahl Al-Bayt [the family of the Prophet Muhammad descended from 'Ali], and [the guide] explains to them about the Mahdi [the Shi'ite messiah]. Then they reach the station of the Rule of the Jurisprudent [Velayat-e Faqih], and then the station of the Revolution, where the guide explains about the Islamic Revolution and how the Iranian nation vanquished the [Shah's] dictatorship. An explanation is also provided about the directives of the Imam [Ayatollah Ruhollah] Khomeini and [Supreme] Leader Khamenei. Each group of children is assigned a commander who must be obeyed.
"Next, the children enter the first station of the Holy Defense, which houses the dome of the Tomb of Imam Reza [the eighth imam]. Like the fighters during the eight years of the Holy Defense, the children take leave of the Imam Reza and set out for the [battle]fronts.
"The children follow various paths simulating fighting the enemy, and at some places, the children learn about simple [combat] methods such as firing plastic artillery shells at a simulated enemy as well as aiming and firing a rifle with plastic bullets at [an effigy] of Netanyahu and at U.S. and Israeli flags. Here the guide tells the children a story about some of the operations that were carried out during the eight years of the Holy Defense.
"[After] the children are victorious in the war, they enter the station of the defense of the Shrine of Zaynab [the granddaughter of Muhammad and the daughter of 'Ali, who according to Shi'ite tradition is buried in Damascus] and learn about defending the holy places, about the fighting in Syria against ISIS, and about anti-ISIS thought. At this stage, the children are tasked with finding bullets, each of which have a single letter written on it, and then play a game to complete sentences according to the guide's instructions. That is, the guide asks a question and the children have to find letters and make words and sentences out of them to answer his question.
"After that, the children have a contest throwing balls at effigies of ISIS and the Saudi royal family, and finish the station [activity] in triumph. Next they enter an area simulating the Shrine of Zaynab, and watch a video on the defense of the shrine. Finally, they receive a cultural souvenir gift, and then they enter the final stage.
"At the final station, the children learn that the most important element[s] for attaining victory are wisdom and intelligence for fighting the enemy.
"At this station, the children are blindfolded and asked to throw a ball at an Israeli flag in the form of a puzzle and knock it down, and then to assemble a puzzle of an Iranian flag.
"For each group, this [entire activity] path should take 30-45 minutes, and then the children are handed back to their families.
"So far, this City of Games has been in great demand... if the demand continues, we will extend it to October 1, if the Mashhad municipality's Culture and Leisure Department supports it... The exhibit hours are 4-11 pm. "
NN’s Van Jones brought on Rick Santorum and Ana Navarro to his primetime special The Messy Truth tonight, and at one point Jones and Navarro got in a spirited back-and-forth with Santorum about Trump’s rhetoric about Muslims and whether it’s connected to a rise in hate crimes.
Jones brought up the fear Muslim children across America have, while Navarro pressed Santorum on the hate crimes issue when Trump essentially “released the Kraken.”
The suspect, 16, allegedly refused to drop his weapon and was subsequently shot and hospitalized.
EASTON, Pa. (WPVI) -- A teenager accused of producing a racist video of a black classmate eating chicken and posting it online could face criminal charges, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said he's considering ethnic intimidation and harassment charges against a 14-year-old white student at Saucon Valley High School.
The teenager recorded a 16-year-old black boy eating chicken wings and in narrating the video called the older boy the N-word and made references to "being broke and on welfare," said Morganelli, who called the video "reprehensible" and "repulsive."
After seeing the video on social media, the black student attacked the white student at a football game, Morganelli said. Lower Saucon police charged the black student with assault and other offenses; the charges are pending in juvenile court.
Morganelli opened the probe on Wednesday after an attorney for the black student showed him the video.
The Saucon Valley School District investigated the incident and "handled it very appropriately," schools Superintendent Monica McHale-Small told The Morning Call newspaper of Allentown. She called the white student's behavior "incredibly vile."
“This is Aliana Gonzalez, I believe she is Cuban. Born and raised in Holland, she agreed to a few nasty things but what stood out the most was when she agreed to fuck a little boy. This is a pedophile. Disgusting.”
A psychology instructor was caught on video calling the presidential election of Republican Donald Trump an “act of terrorism” during class — and a teacher’s union issued a legal threat to the student who shot the clip, the Huffington Post reported.
After calling Vice President-elect Mike Pence “one of the most anti-gay humans in this country,” Olga Perez Stable Cox told her students at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, that “we are in for a difficult time.”
“Our nation is divided, we have been assaulted, it’s an act of terrorism,” Cox said in the video posted to YouTube on Tuesday. “One of the most frightening things for me and most people in my life is that the people creating the assault are among us.”
Is Islam a religion of peace? Is it compatible with Western liberalism? Or does Islam need a reformation, just as Christianity had the Protestant Reformation? Somali-born author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains.