Uploaded September 24, 2017 It took only 10 minutes for a suspected thief to steal nearly $2 million. Inside the van was more than $1.8 million. Channel 2’s Nefertiti Jaquez went to the Citizens Trust Bank along South Hairston Road in Decatur Wednesday evening where the FBI said someone stole an ATM courier van outside a Decatur bank. Broken glass still littered the parking lot where a man stole the van containing $1.8 million in cash. Surveillance was able to capture a blurry shot of the suspect. It's an image of the thief as he's committing the high-priced heist.
State owned TV station DPRK Today has released a video of North Korea bombing an US aircraft and burning the countries flag in their latest video.
A traumatic case of a brave young boy who was trying to save his sister has ended in heartbreak at the hands of a violent and disgusting savage pedophile.
Law enforcement in South Sacramento, California says that Deandre Chaney Jr. was in the process of molesting the boy's sister when the child tried to save her.
8-year-old Dante Daniels was a second-grade child that will now never get an opportunity to see the third grade because he witnessed Deandre Chaney, his mother's now ex-boyfriend trying to rape his 7-year-old sister Danae, and tried to stop the molestation from happening.
When Dante tried to attack the 23-year-old savage pedophile, the brutal thug grabbed a hammer and began smashing the child's skull in.
"Trying to save his sister from this child molester, and that's why he was beat the worst,” said Dante’s grandmother, Monique Brown.
28-year-old Elizabeth Salone, the children's mother, rushed at Deandre Chaney at which point he then began chasing her with the hammer and a knife and spraying her with lighter fluid in an attempt to set her on fire, according to police.
According to police that's when a neighbor called emergency 911 as he saw the violent criminal chasing the mother attempting to kill her.
Deandre Chaney was apprehended by police, but anyone reading this likely wishes they shot the bastard.
Six days later at a nearby hospital, Dante Daniels was declared brain dead and went from this Earth into the heavens at merciful hands of God.
The seven-year-old girl was also stabbed in the eye, and doctors say she may forever be blinded and unable to see.
The children's mother was in the hospital brutally beaten by the thug as well to within an inch of her life.
Democrat city commissioner is in hot water after a series of recordings revealed him using racial slurs when talking about two African-American prosecutors.
In a series of recordings leaked by citizen journalist Erasmo Castro, Brownsville City Commissioner Cesar De Leon (D) is heard using the n-word when talking about two Cameron County assistant district attorneys. Brownsville is immediately north of Matamoros Tamaulipas, a Mexican city that has historically been used by the Gulf Cartel to move large quantities of drugs into Texas.
In the racially-charged tirade, De Leon criticized the hiring of the two African-American prosecutors, claiming they were prejudiced and probably thought that all Hispanics beat their wives. The border politician is also heard using the term “taco-eaters” to describe his constituents.
Soon after Castro used his social media page to expose De Leon’s comments, The Brownsville Herald confronted the politician who apologized for the comments and blamed a political rival for the leak.
“I want to apologize to the citizens of Brownsville or whoever had to listen to those tapes because there is a lot of profane language and that was a private conversation. It was never meant to be public, but it’s very important that people understand that I’m very apologetic,” De Leon told the Brownsville Herald.
So Antifa is a group of people protesting against the ideology that has been universally condemned, eviscerated, expunged with its symbols essentially outlawed. Yet, they are with the Communists/Socialists who support the dogma that has murdered over 100,000,000 innocent people. They openly display its symbols and promote the establishment of brutal dictatorships around the world also known as Communism/Socialism.
A feud between neighbors in Warren turned violent and it was all caught on camera.
Warren Police say the attack on two individuals follows allegations of racial tensions and words exchanged outside an apartment complex off of North Park Avenue.
Alicia Code, 46, Warren, was standing outside her apartment in the parking lot on August 25, holding up a sign that alleged her neighbors were racist. In the surveillance video provided to Warren police, Code's nephew speaks with two individuals and then begins to punch and attack a male and female victims.
The female victim suffered minor injuries.
Police say David Boss, 26, of Warren, continued to hit the female victim before Code appears to throw her to the ground.
No matter what was said, police say there's no excuse for the violence.
"They never once fight back, they never once raise a hand up to even defend themselves," Rob Massucci said, Warren police captain.
Boss is facing two felony aggravated assault charges in this case. Code is charged with assault.
Ranchers in Arizona have seen plenty of changes along the southern U.S. border over the years. But they say their biggest concern is not immigration, but a rise in drug and human trafficking. We hear their story in a new multimedia series produced by USA Today Network called “The Wall,” which explores how President Trump’s proposed wall might affect those along the border.
The man shot dead by Huntington Beach police was 27-year-old Dillan Tabares, the Weekly has learned. He graduated from Marina High School, where the shooting happened across the street from, in 2008. Tabares previously served in the United States Navy as an information systems technician and lived in Norfolk, Virgina. He fell on hard times in 2012 according to a Facebook post where he wrote about losing his security clearance in the Navy after testing positive for marijuana and that he self-medicated for depression.
His mother is planning to host a vigil tonight at 8 p.m. at the 7-Eleven where the shooting happened for her deceased son and the officer. She's encouraging people to bring candles and a prayer.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin explained on Sunday morning why his team would remain in the locker room during the national anthem in Chicago. He didn’t want his team to be part of a political discussion, or there to be division in the locker room as a result of players protesting or not protesting. But in the end there was one player who took the field, offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva.
Villanueva’s career in the NFL didn’t begin until 2014. Prior to that, he served three tours of duty in Afghanistan, where he served as a Captain in the army, as well as being an army ranger.
Villanueva was critical of Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest in August of 2016, when he said:
"I don't know if the most effective way is to sit down during the national anthem with a country that's providing you freedom, providing you $16 million a year ... when there are black minorities that are dying in Iraq and Afghanistan for less than $20,000 a year."
However, he was also quick to acknowledge the problems in this country.
"I will be the first one to hold hands with Colin Kaepernick and do something about the way minorities are being treated in the United States, the injustice that is happening with police brutality, the justice system, inequalities in pay," Villanueva said. "You can't do it by looking away from the people that are trying to protect our freedom and our country."
The Steelers organization has not released a statement following Donald Trump’s statements on boycotting the NFL due to protests during the anthem.
Counterprotesters crowded around him at a rally in Southern California.
R.C. Maxwell, an African American supporter of President Trump, was voicing his views on immigration, saying that he had grown up in the black community and “I’ve seen problems with illegal immigrants.”
“There’s a problem with illegal immigration; I speak out against that,” Maxwell shouted Sunday night during the “America First!” rally held in Laguna Beach. “That doesn’t make me a Nazi.”
Then the crowd got loud.
“You’re a traitor!” one hollered.
“People want you in chains, dude,” another person called out.
“I know they do,” Maxwell said.
Another shouted: “If you want to keep the peace, you should leave.”
Hillary Clinton said on MSNBC Saturday that women who support President Trump are “publicly disrespecting themselves.”
“When I see women doing that, I think, ‘Why are they publicly disrespecting themselves? Why are they opening the door to have someone say that about them in their workplace, in a community setting? Do they not see the connection there?'” Clinton told MSNBC’s Joy Reid on AM Joy.
Clinton commented about the Trump-supporting women after Reid asked her about pro-Trump women wearing shirts with profanities directed at Clinton.
The former 2016 presidential candidate added that she thought it was “troubling” to hear about people chanting, “Lock her up” at Trump campaign rallies.
“It was deeply troubling on several levels, and I try to unpack this because, first of all, it’s not pleasant to be called names and to be subjected to the kind of insults that come across the online media all the time, which we see when women express an opinion,” Clinton said.
She also called it “problematic” that Trump is not only allowing, but “encouraging” these views to spill over into “the public arena.”
P. Diddy sends a racist black power message to the NFL players following Trump's comments on the National Anthem protests.
Diddy encourages all of the players in the NFL to send a message in unity. "We all we got," "die together."
The message comes as rumors about widespread protests on Sunday throughout the league heat up.
An alliance of mostly anonymous online trolls and extremist agitators are meddling in Germany's election, but researchers say Russians aren’t to blame.
Instead, they say, right-wing groups in the United States are behind materials popping up on YouTube, messaging board sites like 4chan and reddit and texting service Gab.ai.
The evidence comes less than a week before Sunday's vote that is likely to hand German Chancellor Angela Merkel a fourth term.
"So far we have not been able to track down any specific Russian activity," said Simon Hegelich," a professor of political science data at the Technical University of Munich who has advised the German government about the threat of hacking and false information.
Pablo Escobar’s 71-year-old brother, Roberto de Jesus Escobar Gaviria, has sued Netflix for $1 billion over a copyright claim against Narcos."If We Don't Receive It, We Will Close Their Little Show"
A senior Indian politician has been caught on camera slapping a young woman for seeing a Muslim man. Sangeeta Varshney, the leader of BJP Mahila Morcha, slapped the 18-year-old twice while asking her: “Don’t you have any shame, do you think you’re that grown up? Can you not even understand who is a Hindu and who Muslim?” The incident happened in Algiarh, India, on Tuesday. According to the The Times of India, the politician shamed the Hindu girl for being “seen in public” with a man of a different faith and resorted to violence when the girl refused to let Ms Varshney call her parents.
A car bomber attacked a Danish convoy belonging to a NATO mission in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday, wounding at least three civilians but leaving international forces unharmed, security officials said. A Danish military spokesman said some civilians may have been killed but Afghan officials reported no fatalities. The interior ministry said three civilians were wounded.
An ox crazily knocked down five pedestrians before being shot dead by police on Saturday in Xingning City of south China's Guangdong Province. The ox was transported from out of the city. It got rid of the rope and ran away immediately after getting off the truck. Surveillance video shows five pedestrians were knocked down by the escaping ox. One female victim sustained three broken ribs while other four victims got minor injuries. Local police rushed to the spot immediately after receiving the report. They later found the ox in the south of the city, but it rushed into the forest and disappeared after realizing there were people around. To prevent the ox from hurting more people, police and village officials conducted a comprehensive search in the area and finally found it in an old house in Diaofang Town. "We informed the villagers to close their doors. Then we blocked the exit of the old house in order to trap the ox and kill it," said He Yinghao, a police officer of Diaofang Local Police Station. The sniper of the police finally found a sniper site and shot the ox dead.
A worker has been pronounced dead after he was found buried alive under a mountain of rubbish. Video footage from China reveals the moment the worker was accidentally run over by a lorry on the site. Firefighters battled desperately to reach the man, rummaging through the waste with their hands, but found the man dead. A report by the People's Daily in China today stated: "A worker fell into a garbage patch and was later buried alive after a garbage truck ran over him and pushed him off the edge."
Six people have been injured in a mass acid attack in London. Shocked witnesses saw victims lying on the floor "in agony" after the incident at Stratford shopping centre and train station. One victim was shouting: "I can't see, I can't see" as others fled the scene in panic. A 15-year-old boy has been arrested and police said the incident is not terrorism-related. It is believed the acid was sprayed after an "altercation" between two groups of young men. The London Ambulance Service said: "We treated six patients in total and took three to London hospitals." Police said none of the injuries is life-threatening or expected to be life-changing. Video and pictures of the scene of the horrific scene appeared on social media. Pictures posted on Facebook show a man with his shirt removed being tended to by emergency services outside the shopping centre. The extent of his injuries are not clear. Another witness, an assistant manager at Burger King, said one victim ran into the fast food restaurant to wash 'acid' off his face. The 28-year-old told the BBC: "There were cuts around his eyes and he was trying to chuck water into them." In a statement, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: "Police were called just before 8pm on Saturday, 23 September to the area around Stratford Shopping Centre to reports of a group of males spraying what is believed to be a noxious substance.
Authorities say a New Jersey police officer has been charged with sexually assaulting a juvenile after a teen girl gave birth to his child. The Camden County Prosecutor's office says that Camden County Detective Rafael Martinez Jr., of Blackwood, faces a sexual assault charge stemming from his relationship with an unidentified 15-year-old girl.
A child is dead after authorities say she shot herself with a gun she found in her grandmother's purse. Yanelly Zoller, 4, was reportedly looking for some candy when she came across the firearm. Yanelly, who went by Nelly, then pulled the trigger and was shot in the chest. The medical examiner's office reported Nelly died when the bullet perforated her lungs, aorta and esophagus.
Russia has floated out its new nuclear-powered icebreaker as it seeks to beef up its presence in the Arctic. One of three vessels, which are to become the world's largest and most powerful icebreakers, was today launched from the Baltic Shipyard in St Petersburg. The monster ships are designed to transport gas through ice fields up to three metres thick through the Northern Sea. It will also carry out rescue work in ice conditions and ice-free waters. Crowds gathered at the shipyard to watch the Sibir ship as it was floated out.
A terrifying torrent of water swept through Puerto Rico after a dam failed at Lake Guajataca in the northwest region. Water was seen sweeping through the municipalities of Isabela and Quebradillas after the dam sustained structural damage from Hurricane Maria. Nearly 16 inches of rain fell in the area, significantly raising water levels on the 90-year-old dam. Earlier, Puerto Rican authorities had scrambled to evacuate as many as 70,000 people after the National Weather Service warned that failure of the dam was 'imminent' and could lead to 'life-threatening' flash flooding.
Tucker Carlson: I agree with you we are very divided. And maybe this is one of the reasons. A lot of this is disingenuous. Anyone who looks at cyber warfare will tell you, any honest person, will tell you the Chinese military is the primary culprit in the United States, hacked into the White House not too long ago… Nobody said anything. You guys in Hollywood sell your movies in China. You bow to the imperatives of their propaganda and censorship office. You change your movies to suit them. And yet no one says we’re at war with China.
Students at an elementary school in Mesa, Arizona, were forced to recite a “gender neutral” revision of the Declaration of Independence, local news reports.
The mother of a Salk Elementary School fourth grade student complained to administrators after learning her child’s teacher transformed the historic document to substitute the word “human” in areas where the Founding Fathers wrote “man.”
The students were then told to recite the revised edition.
The student’s mother, Elizabeth Vaillencourt, took to social media to complain about the teacher injecting her politics, which school officials claimed “hurt the teacher’s feelings.”
“I was hurt. I was mortified. I was disturbed at the fact that somebody is changing historical documents and nobody has the right to change our historical documents,” Vaillencourt told ABC affiliate KGUN9.com. “You teach what’s written. You don’t get to rewrite it and teach it how you feel you believe.”
Administrators initially responded to the parents’ complaint by relocating the child to another class, however, “On Wednesday, Vaillencourt said the superintendent’s office contacted her to tell her what the teacher did was against school policy,” reports KGUN9.
A statement from a Mesa Public Schools spokesperson said the teacher was “provided feedback and guidance,” and that the document was restored “to its original format.”
If you still don't believe that the president of Syria needs to be removed from office ASAP, perhaps you should watch this video of his military launching a deadly attack on a hospital that is known to be packed with people due to the ongoing conflict in the region.
Listen as the officers openly discuss which section of the hospital to attack, they pick the maternity ward that one officer admits is probably filled with women and children.
Chapman told Zero Hedge that the moment the protest began, he was assaulted by the crowd. “Erdogan’s supporters jumped on me almost immediately, shoving me out of my chair and eventually throwing me to the floor,” he said. “They kicked and punched me repeatedly until the security guards lifted me and dragged me out.As I was being dragged out, Turks leaned into the aisle and continued punching me in the head and stomach.”
Chapman is uncertain whether or not Erdogan’s body guards were directly involved as he says his face was quickly pressed to the floor and was thus unable to see while being beaten in the initial moments of the event. There were seven protesters total in the group and they escaped with only minor injuries.
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts was accused of hypocrisy Wednesday by WRKO radio host Jeff Kuhner for reliably railing against the one percent despite being worth millions of dollars.
Warren, who was at the WRKO studio in Boston for an interview, met Kuhner in the hallway and the situation escalated as Kuhner asked why Warren has built her career haranguing the one percent when she herself is a member of that class.
Warren defended herself, citing humble beginnings as the daughter of a janitor who was able to advance to her current position due purely to the “equality of opportunity” provided by government programs.
After months of stonewalling, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg agreed to turn over more than 3,000 Russian-linked political ads that ran during last year’s election campaign to Congress.
In his remarks, made in a Facebook Live post from his personal account, Zuckerberg said the company “recently uncovered this activity” and began cooperating with investigators looking at Russian attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election.
“We are actively working with the US government on its ongoing investigations into Russian interference,” Zuckerberg said. “We have been investigating this for many months, and for a while we had found no evidence of fake accounts linked to Russia running ads. When we recently uncovered this activity, we provided that information to the special counsel. We also briefed Congress, and this morning I directed our team to provide the ads we've found to Congress as well.”
ABC News has learned that Zuckerberg called Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va, vice chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, personally on Thursday to tell him of the company’s decision to offer more information to Congress.
A small group of protesters gathered in Forest Park before they walked over to the Cheshire Inn Thursday, police said.
People began to gather in the park around 3:00 p.m. Protesters briefly blocked the intersection of Clayton and Skinker.
They also walked over to the Cheshire Inn and went inside. Police said a water bottle with an unknown substance was thrown.
Authorities said the group cleared the area after two orders to disperse were given.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student released a controversial video portraying police officers being beheaded after they put an American flag noose around the neck of an African American man Friday.
Part of the First Wave scholarship program, Eneale Pickett, released the video to promote his clothing line with messages addressing police brutality and racism. In the video people wear sweatshirts that make statements about these issues.
The San Francisco 49ers Thursday night game against the Los Angeles Rams kicked off in front of a nearly empty stadium.
Los Angeles Times reporter Lindsey Thiry tweeted a photo at the time of kickoff, which showed thousands of open seats. In fact, most sections in the photo have more empty seats than fans.
ESPN’s Darren Rovell reported that 63,500 tickets had been sold for the game, but of course, simply selling a ticket doesn’t mean the buyer will actually show up to the game.
It’s hard to believe there are more than 30,000 people in the stadium, judging from the photos.