A white Ohio police officer caught on video repeatedly punching a black man and hitting his head on the pavement after a traffic stop has been suspended without pay for just 15 days. Euclid Police Officer Michael Amiott was suspended on Monday following an internal investigation into the August 12 incident outside Cleveland. Cellphone footage and a police dashcam video captured Amiott wrestling 25-year-old Richard Hubbard III to the ground after he was pulled over on suspicion of having a suspended driver's license.
A cyclist took mobile phone footage of the moment a man pulled a knife, after a confrontation over right-of-way on Regent's Canal.
Teen Repeatedly Kicks A Girl In The Head Because She Allegedly Refused To Date Him!
Secret Studio Under a Bridge in Spain by Fernando Abellanas
The anus is close to the vagina and sometimes it’s hard to say what’s going on inside the body. Is it possible to get pregnant from anal sex? The answer is yes and this video explains the circumstances. Please protect yourselves and stay curious.Is she f*cking kidding?
Chick Goes Nuts On Airplane Passenger! "I'm Twenty F*ckin Two.. My Whole Life Is In Front Of Me, I'm The Next Natalie Nunn"
This is the moment a dispute in a car park ended in one driver knocking the other to the floor, apparently rendering him unconscious. The CCTV footage shows the fight in what seems to be a multi-storey car park in Britain. Trouble starts when a blue hatchback reverses into the path of a silver car driving past him. The silver Ford rams into the rear driver's side, leading both drivers to stop and step out to inspect the damage. The video seems to show the Ford Estate's driver try to photograph the blue car's registration, with its driver becoming angry and slapping the phone out of his hand.
Shocking footage has emerged of an angry motorist calling a delivery a "f*****g immigrant" after he called him out for stopping in the middle of a road. The foul-mouthed road rage rant was caught on the courier's helmet camera after he confronted the man, who he also claims wasn't wearing a seatbelt. The delivery driver, who asked not to be named, told the Birmingham Mail the motorist had stopped his car in the road near Birmingham New Street Station after thinking there was a pedestrian crossing ahead. The 29-year-old also claimed the car driver was using his phone at the steering wheel, reports the Birmingham Mail. During the minute long clip, the driver of the Volkswagen can be heard calling the courier an “immigrant” before threatening to get out of the car and opening the door on the moped rider's leg.
These are the comebacks us mere mortals can only think of the next morning in the shower.
You see a story like “ESPN pulls broadcaster Robert Lee off Virginia game because of his name,” and you’ve got to react, right? No way you let something as absurd as that pass. Take just a moment, though, and look at this from more than one angle.
I’ll admit it, I thought the story about Lee and the University of Virginia that broke Tuesday night was a troll job. Fake news, to coin a phrase. (Fake in the “non-factual” sense, of course, not “news I don’t like so I’ll call it fake.”) The story first appeared on Outkick the Coverage, which has a reputation for anti-ESPN provocation, and rocketed around the web. Political correctness? Civil War reverberations? Left-wing ESPN? Oversensitive liberals? Hell, the story sounded like it was built in a conservative-media lab.
Sure enough, though, it turned out to be true. Lee, a broadcaster who calls about a dozen ESPN college football and basketball games a year, per the New York Times, would be reassigned—and reassigned only because of his name.
You can react to the story however you wish, and chances are that most of you who read the headline aren’t even reading this; you’ve headed right on down to fire off your opinion in the comments below. But for the rest of us, there are three possibilities to consider here:
1. ESPN executives are bending the knee at the altar of political correctness, advancing their left-wing agenda by removing anything that might possibly offend aggrieved special-interest groups. This is the preferred argument of conservative publications, though it loses a bit of heft when you remember that ESPN didn’t actually announce or seek praise for this change.
2. ESPN is trying to spare Lee embarrassment or harassment. Yes, anyone named “Robert Lee” who gets within five states of the Mason-Dixon Line is in for a few jokes and jabs. And you can understand why ESPN might not want a young broadcaster to draw the abuse that spews out of Twitter. But unless Lee was planning to broadcast the game in full Confederate regalia, social media would’ve moved on in less than a quarter. Plus, best I can tell, there are no demands for people sharing the same monikers as Civil War generals to change their own names.
3. ESPN tried to avoid any possible offense, and in so doing ended up lighting its own feet on fire. Look, the tragedy in Charlottesville remains horrible beyond measure. And ESPN has demonstrated countless times that its journalists have the skill and sensitivity to put sports in their proper perspective relative to tragedy. This isn’t that. Very best-case—and most likely—scenario, this was a quick-fix personnel decision that backfired like starting a grill with lighter fluid (with, of course, the matches provided by people with an interest in making ESPN look bad).
The Rocklin Academy school board is facing tough questions from parents concerned over a controversial incident involving transgender discussions inside a kindergarten class. "These parents feel betrayed by the school district that they were not notified," said Karen England with the Capitol Resource Institute. The incident happened earlier this summer during the last few days of the academic school year. At Monday night's board meeting, the teacher at the center of the controversy spoke out. With emotions high, she addressed a packed house. "I'm so proud of my students, it was never my intent to harm any students but to help them through a difficult situation," she said. The teacher defended her actions to read two children's books about transgenderism including one titled "I am Jazz." She says the books were given to her by a transgender child going through a transition.
"The kindergartners came home very confused, about whether or not you can pick your gender, whether or not they really were a boy or a girl," said England. Parents say besides the books, the transgender student at some point during class also changed clothes and was revealed as her true gender. And many parents say they feel betrayed and blindsided. "I want her to hear from me as a parent what her gender identity means to her and our family, not from a book that may be controversial," a parent said. "My daughter came home crying and shaking so afraid she could turn into a boy," another parent said. The issue was not on the agenda, so parents spoke out during public comment. "It's really about the parents being informed and involved and giving us the choice and rights of what's being introduced to our kids, and at what age," said parent Chelsea McQuistan.
Many teachers also spoke out in support of what transpired inside the classroom. They spoke about the importance of teaching students about diversity and having healthy dialogues. One parent said the impact on her son was extremely positive. "It was so precious to see that he had absolutely no prejudice in his body. My child just went in there and listened to the story, and didn't relate it to anything malicious, or didn't question his own body," she said. "When we head in the direction of banned books or book lists, or selective literature– that should only be read inside or outside the classroom, I think that's a very dangerous direction to go," said 7th grade teacher Kelly Bryson. The district says the books were age-appropriate and fell within their literature selection policy. Unlike sex education, the topics of gender identity don't require prior parental notice.
In a statement during the board meeting, the district said: "As indicated by Superintendent Robin Stout in a communication last week, staff will be engaging parents and teachers in discussions about how materials outside our curriculum will be addressed in the future." The large discussion has compelled the board to put the item on the next month's agenda.
A student was arrested along with other protesters when about 800 people gathered at McCorkle Place on Tuesday night to demand the removal of the Silent Sam Confederate statue from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus.
The statue was surrounded by two sets of barricades earlier Tuesday morning in an effort to prevent protesters getting close to it. The barriers, combined with the fact that the statue is continually monitored by surveillance cameras, prompted many to state that Silent Sam is better protected than any student on the campus.
At times Tuesday night, police had difficulty controlling the crowds as protesters chanted and marched for several hours, at times taking to Franklin Street and forcing the closure of the road, as officers dressed in riot gear guarded the monument.
"It doesn't need to be in the middle of campus. In a museum is fine, it's ok, but here in the middle of campus, it promotes violence," said protester Zaria Williams.
A black supporter of President Donald Trump was punched in the face after leaving the president’s rally in Phoenix, Arizona Wednesday night.
A few thousand protesters showed up outside the event, and things were mostly peaceful until the end of the rally, when Trump supporters filtered out of the Phoenix Convention Center and police had to use tear gas to manage the crowds.
One violent clash between Trump supporters and protesters was caught on video by New York Times correspondent Simon Romero, showing a pickup truck packed with MAGA-hat-wearers arguing with protesters surrounding the truck.
In the video, one of the MAGA-hatters, a black man, restrains his friend following a shouting match with protesters, and the friend eventually gets into the driver’s seat of the truck while the black man hops in the bed with two others.
The driver appears to turn his wheels and attempt to drive into protesters on the sidewalk, causing a commotion. He then continues on the road slowly, until one sign-bearing protester charges up to the bed of the truck and punches the black man repeatedly in the face.
The truck stops briefly and reverses, before eventually driving away.
Watch the scuffle above.
CNN's Gary Tuchman, a correspondent on the ground in Phoenix, could barely speak to anchor Don Lemon after he got tear gassed.
"The police have deployed tear gas and some concussion ordinance that has startled people here. There hasn't been any violence so far, that's the good news. But the tear gas here is very acute. Most people have left," Tuchman reported.
"But all of our faces right now are burning, all of our throats are burning," Tuchman said.
"Why did it happen? I don't know the answer," he said.
"There were some water bottles thrown at police and the next thing we felt was the burning tear gas," he explained.
Earlier, another CNN reporter nearly got hit by the lit end of a smoke grenade after protesters chucked water bottles at the police.
CNN contributor James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence, said after watching President Trump's Tuesday night rally in Phoenix he questions his fitness for office. Clapper said Trump seems to be "looking for a way out" of the presidency.
"I really question his ability, his fitness to be in this office and I also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for it," Clapper said. "Maybe he is looking for a way out."
"I do wonder, as well about the people that attracted to this -- to this rally as others. You know, what are they thinking? Or why am I so far off base? Because I don't understand the adulation. Of course, that's why I think he gravitated to having this rally as ill-timed as it is," Clapper said.
"You said you questioned his fitness. Is he a threat to national security? The president?" Lemon asked.
"Well, he certainly could be. Again, having some understanding of the levers that a president can exercise, I worry about, frankly, you know, the access to the nuclear codes," Clapper answered.
It’s more Battle of the Titans than David and Goliath: Wal-Mart, the world’s biggest retailer, and internet giant Google are teaming up in an attempt to beat Amazon at its own game.
Amazon has long dominated global e-commerce across multiple sectors, and recently muscled in on the online groceries market, paying 12.5 billion euros for organic food retailer Whole Foods.
Its success is in part due to the enduring popularity of Prime, which members pay for. By contrast, Google Express and Wal-Mart, both recently axed their fees and have been trying to compete on delivery fees.
The duo say they hope to give consumers a greater range of purchasing options.
They are also focusing on building up a strong voice-shopping offer.
A wicked robber was jailed for life for holding up a shop - dressed in a pantomime witch fancy dress outfit. Nicholas Overton, 39, donned a long black witch’s robe, blonde wig and pointed hat as a disguise when he walked into the store. But a court heard how serial robber Overton also hid a machete in his black handbag as part of his fancy dress ruse. The black-clad villain had travelled more than 150 miles to stage the bizarre hold-up - and hoped he would escape with cash.
Ewen Cameron was filming a segment when the comic magicians Peter and Bambi Heaven - whose real names are Asher Treleaven and partner Gypsy Wood - got carried away
A rioter was shot in the groin with a rubber bullet as ugly scenes erupted at a Donald Trump rally in Phoenix, Arizona.
What started as a peaceful protest against the president, ended in chaos as police fired tear gas and rubber bullets towards rioters in gas masks.
In this footage, a rioter can be seen kicking debris across the ground, before turning his back and walking away.
As he glances towards the police, he is then shot with the rubber bullet.
He then slumps to the floor and writhes in pain.
Thousands gathered outside a convention centre in Phoenix, Arizona, where the President held a 'campaign' rally despite being begged not to by local officials.
CCTV captured the terrifying moment a thug tried to rob a shop armed with a screwdriver. Roy Davis, 58, entered the shop with the weapon while wearing a tea towel over his face, a hooded coat and sandals, a court heard. The convicted serial robber was traced by DNA on one of his sandals after it fell off during the horrendous failed raid. Footage of the incident shows bottles falling off shelves during the struggle at 8.30pm on Saturday, December 17, last year.
Wedding guests were left in hysterics as best man Thom Soutter disclosed groom Danny Hodgetts' most private secrets as the new hubby shot his wife a bashful smile
The broadcaster wanted to use a very literal way to explain that soaring temperatures and sunny weather is on its way. So Onice Flores decided to pull a cheeky stunt to let viewers know there would be hot times ahead. The brunette beauty unbuttoned a loose blue raincoat to reveal a tight-fitting yellow bikini underneath live on TV. Flores, also known as Campanita (Little Bell), was presenting the weather segment on entertainment program "Que Guasa" (What Joke) broadcast by HCH in Honduras.
WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT The distressing footage shows the motorist grabbing hold of the OAP's arm as he crosses the road on a zebra crossing and yanks him to the other side Other cars are patiently waiting for the elderly man to cross - but one driver seems to not have the time. He is seen walking up to the man, who is stood stationary in the road, before pulling him along the floor. Another driver can be seen walking towards the incident in the city of Tyumen in southcentral Russia's Tyumen Oblast region. The footage was taken from the dashcam of another car.
A circus trainer was 'mauled' by a tiger during a live performance as thousands of people watched on in horror. Footage of the act has been viewed more than a million times on social media after being filmed at a packed zoo. The clip, taken by a woman in the audience, shows a Siberian tiger suddenly turn on the handler, pouncing then biting the man. The shocked viewer shouts "hurry!" and "my god!" as other tiger tamers rush over and begin beating the big cat with a long stick. It does little to fight off the animal at the Chinese zoo, who refuses to let go of its prey and proceeds to drag the man along the floor inside the temporarily cage set on the brightly lit stage. The clip ends with the circus staff desperately trying to free the victim from the jaws of the tiger, and no further reports have been given about the handler’s - or the tiger’s - condition. Shocked viewers on Chinese social media have called for officials to ban the "cruel" performances once and for all.
randy rhino was filmed using his horn to get exactly what he wants in a bizarre threesome-style mating act. Footage of the three beasts shows one enjoying an intimate liaison with his female mate, while another sniffs around - clearly not impressed with how things are panning out. After assessing the situation, the lone rhino uses his horn to great effect, as he hooks it around the leg of his thrusting rival and heaves his weight forward. In what can only be described as the absolute rudest of interruptions, the rhino enjoying romantic relations with the female is then lifted off the ground and suspended in mid air.
Here's a video of everything wrong with woahhvicky and her sister. Her sister recently started to do some singing and dancing videos on instagram and gain a lot of followers in a few days. Obviously, this is not her sister, it's just the fact that they're in the same situation; two problematic white girls who are using the n word and triggering a lot of people on social medias
“What are you coming over here to do, DRUGS?!” I think it is safe to say this lady has had one too many. She was in full freak out mode over these guys just driving to the park. She wanted ID and was calling the cops. The only background the video gave us was: “Racist Woman Performs A CITIZENS ARREST On Mexican Family . . . When She Saw Them Driving In Her Neighborhood!!” Not much to go off of on what the were actually doing there but I don’t think it is against the law to be driving in an open neighborhood while being Mexican.
This is the dramatic moment people run from a collapsing road in Drumahoe, Northern Ireland after severe floods.
This is the astonishing moment an arsonist throws a hand GRENADE into a glamorous Costa hotel causing mass destruction. Little does he know, he is caught on CCTV.
This is the moment striking footage captures bolts of lightning crashing onto the spire of the One World Trade Center in Manhatten, New York.
The suppressor used in this video was a Silencerco SWR branded can. We fired 700 rounds in one continuous burst through a full-auto M249 saw. The can ended up breaking around the 350-400 round mark. The gun itself ran wonderful and had no problems. The only problem we had afterwards was someone was going to have to clean it. We wanted to see how far we could push a full-auto rated suppressor.
Emre Temel, 26, was waiting to buy meatballs in Turkey with wife Tugba, 25, outside the eatery in the Ilkadim district of Samsun Province. After parking his motorcycle outside the Black Sea coast restaurant, Mr Temel livestreamed the queue and recorded a white car ploughing into him after stepping into the road. Mrs Temel says her husband is in critical condition at Ondokuz Mayis University Medicine Faculty Hospital's Brain Surgery Service after hitting his head on the ground.
FROM MAIL ONLINE - This is the heart-stopping moment a daredevil trying to break the UK land speed record crashed his jet-powered dragster at 250mph - and survived with only bruises. David Tremayne, 64, hurtled up to the death-defying speeds in a bid to be break the 301mph record - the same attempt which hospitalised Richard Hammond in 2006. But the record remains intact as motoring journalist David crashed his Duo Stay Gold jetcar as it rolled down the track sideways after he peaked at 296mph. Video footage of the moment the car veered out of control at Elvington airfield, near York, on Saturday, was captured all on a tiny cockpit camera.
Buildings are blown around like toys and huge waves crash straight into people's homes as monster typhoon batters China killing at least three
Perfect for when your day is boring, but at least it's not a disaster.
A British beach looked like it had experienced an alien invasion when these strange-looking creatures washed ashore. Photographer Lara Clarke-Wardle first thought she had found the entrails of something killed at sea. But then she saw a heaving mass of the strange creatures and later identified them as rare goose barnacles. They are filter feeders that attach themselves to hard surfaces of rocks and flotsam in the ocean.
A mysterious 'UFO' has been captured on video circling over a remote country town for several minutes. The video shows three orange balls moving in the sky which repeatedly change direction as they are followed by a trail of sparkling white light. Jeremy Le Fevre spotted in UFO in the skies near his home of Frome, Somerset, on Saturday evening (Aug 19). He was amazed to see the strange object, which moved erratically and appeared to emit green lights, and filmed its unusual movements.
This is the shocking moment a victim of racism took matters into his own hands - by punching a yob in the face who had been giving him torrents of vile abuse. Attiq Khan, 29, says he was innocently sitting in his car in Sparkhill, Birmingham, at around 2pm on Friday (18/8) when a thug started to hurl racist insults at him. The taxi driver then watched on in horror as the man, who arrived with three pals, started pulling at his door handles and kicking at his car. He said the lout branded him "a p**i c***", threatened to "smash his head in" and spat at him while his friends urged him to back away.
This is the moment two lizards gang up on a snake while it is eating one of their friends. The green tree snake swallowed the Tokay gecko and was sitting on a branch with a large bulge in its throat while it finished devouring it in Bangkok, Thailand.
Do not try this at home
He almost kills a kayaker in the process.
Creepy footage shows the extreme weather making its way across St Petersburg in Russia
The tiny tot was seen teetering on the edge of the window and a group of quick-thinking witnesses quickly banded together to stop it falling to the ground below. They gathered a blanket and held it to be used as a net when the baby plummeted to earth, catching it and saving the youngster's life. This footage shows the moment the little one tumbled down to the ground below, before being miraculously saved by the sheet. It was filmed by a neighbour from one of the balconies across from the apartment in Arsenyev in south-eastern Russia's Primorsky Krai region.
A stunned British holidaymaker filmed the passionate pair in the town centre of Makarska on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. The woman was sitting on the bench with her legs wrapped around the man who appeared to have removed his trousers. The couple took no notice of the people, including parents with children, walking by as they romped away. The camerawoman can be heard laughing in the background at the pair's saucy antics, while a female voice with a British accent can be heard saying: "That is so disgusting!"