Views:6714|Rating:4.80|View Time:7:17Minutes|Likes:142|Dislikes:6 This coach is an absolute scumbag. Rick Strom and Jayar Jackson break it down. Give us your thoughts in the comments below!
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Views:1158452|Rating:4.55|View Time:33:59Minutes|Likes:8282|Dislikes:814 A photo taken by a parishioner at Our Lady of Perpetual Help shows a illuminating human figure that appears to be the Virgin Mary. This miraculous story was reported by WGN-TV Chicago.
One north suburban Catholic Church is talking about a very thought provoking picture, shot with nothing more than an Iphone.
One woman snapped a photo last Friday in the chapel of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Glenview and says she got so much more.
Maureen Kent has been attending Eucharistic adoration at the church for more than 2 years. Kneeling last Friday, she wanted a picture of the Eucharist or host in the monstrance, the ornate gold stand it’s placed in.
The picture showed a bright light, an image larger than a human and appearing to hover next to the host on the alter. Catholics believe the host is the True Body of Christ.
No photo-shopping, she says, no doctoring the digital image. Just what she calls a great surprise when she looked at her screen.
Her friends in the chapel also believe it is the Virgin Mary. Authentication is not, right now, a consideration by Maureen Kent or even the church. They are relishing what they call a miraculous moment, privileged to have seen and believed, they say.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish is located at 1755 Grove St. in Glenview, IL
Officer Koby Arnold badge number 3347 is a bad cop caught on tape of the Santa Monica Police Department who wrongfully arrested me and then lied in his police report. After pulling me over for a simple traffic violation, he yells at me telling me he will assume I am drunk driving. Then he puts me under arrest and squeezes the handcuffs unreasonably tight. When he searches my car he finds a bottle of prescribed oxycodone to me (I had a surgery 8 days before). Kobe Arnold changes his story from me being drunk to me being on oxycodone which he boasts in the report about knowing the symptoms of people on oxycodone from his experience and that I fit that description. To bad for him I hadn’t taken the pills in days and when Santa Monica ran my blood is was clean meaning NO DUI was ever filed against me.. I was innocent and the blood proved it. Koby Arnold lied in his police report to justify making me spend the night in jail and take my dogs to the pound.
There is an open lawsuit with the city of Santa Monica. They act like exercising a right is not cooperating… Very scary.
Koby Arnold also has been involved in a previous lawsuit where he apparently used excessive force on a guy at Yankee Doodle in Santa Monica. Santa Monica paid the victim $99,000 partially because of Koby’s actions. He needs to be accountable and not allowed to abuse his power. Instead of being terminated, you can watch Koby Arnold riding horses 🙁
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Views:6010|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:5Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: On June 26, 2017 officers responded to an armed robbery that occurred in the 3300 block of South Oates Street in Dothan, Alabama. The victim’s car was taken in the commission of the robbery. Units immediately began searching for the stolen vehicle.
Yesterday afternoon Investigators identified the suspect as 44-year-old Roger Dale Hall, of N. Oates Street. Investigators obtained a warrant for Robbery 1st degree and began actively searching for him. Hall is also wanted on escape related charges from the Houston County Community Corrections.
Last night the stolen vehicle was involved in a single vehicle accident in the Fadette, Alabama Community. A white male matching Hall’s description was seen fleeing into the woods following the accident. Geneva County Sheriff’s Office, Slocomb PD, Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Dale County Sheriff’s Office, and Dothan PD Officers searched the wooded area with assistance from the Dale County Aviation Unit. The subject was not located.
Investigators recovered the stolen vehicle and it will be processed today by Dothan PD.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Hall is urged to contact your nearest law enforcement agency or CrimeStoppers where your identity will be protected.
Views:2756|Rating:2.94|View Time:2:48Minutes|Likes:20|Dislikes:14 Ghost Girl Caught On Film Near Beach
It is said the The National Seashore in Corpus Christi, Texas is haunted since there have been many violent crimes committed against women. Not to mention the deaths of many illegal immagrants coming from Mexico. Basically put, there are alot of holes in the sand dunes.
This video shows two film producers scouting a location for film which requires a full moon shot. What you see in this video is unbelievable.
Views:1189|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:42Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Tallahassee pastor gets caught sleeping with a man’s wife and flees naked! Benjamin Stephens, found his wife and his pastor having sex in his daughter’s bed after picking their sick son early from school!
Views:1077|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:19Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 NM Police Officers Slam Inmate Into Wall, Floor | Caught on camera (CCTV) | Las Cruces Cops Attack
A New Mexico man is planning to sue after he says two police officers beat him so severely in a jail cell that he had to spend several days in a hospital’s intensive care unit.
Russ Flynn was arrested Dec. 23 after allegedly threatening a neighbor and ignoring officers’ commands at the scene. He was placed in handcuffs and put in a jail cell.
A surveillance camera (security) shows Flynn kicking the jail cell door and talking back to officers. Two officers then entered the cell. What happened next is at the heart of Flynn’s lawsuit.
“It’s absolutely shocking,” said Flynn’s attorney, Christopher Cardenas. “It was a vicious attack on Mr. Flynn. Mr. Flynn was handcuffed. He was already in police custody. So he was posing no threat to the officers.”
No one at the Las Cruces Police Department would talk with the media, but one of the officers described the incident in a written report. The officer says Flynn hit his own head and back against the wall and that the officers kicked him with their knees to distract Flynn from grabbing an officer’s belt.
The report also says Flynn pinned an officer between himself and the wall at one point.
“The report by the officer doesn’t exactly follow what was recorded in the video. As a matter of fact, the officer seems to be shifting as much blame to Mr. Flynn as possible,” Cardenas said.
Cardenas says Flynn was in the ICU for days with a fractured skull and other injuries. The attorney sent a notice to the city of Las Cruces that they intend to sue for $12.5 million.
“There needs to be repercussions for that. Otherwise, what will end up occurring is these situations will be repeated because there will be no punishment,” Cardenas said.
A man is suing officers who he says beat him while he was being held at the Las Cruces Police Department
A man is suing officers who he says beat him while he was being held at the Las Cruces Police Department.
WRAL reports that Russ Flynn was being held Dec. 23 after allegedly threatening a neighbor and for ignoring officers’ commands at the scene. He was placed in handcuffs and put in a cell.
In the video now made public, Flynn is seen kicking the jail cell’s door and talking back to officers. Two officers then enter the cell and shove him back against the wall, prompting a struggle.
The officers strike Flynn with their knees, swing him around into the wall again and finally throw him to the floor. Flynn is in cuffs during the entire incident. Once Flynn is on the floor, the officers pick him up and set him on one of the cell’s benches.
A written report by one of the officers states that Flynn hit his own head and back against the wall, and that the knee kicks were to distract Flynn from grabbing an officer’s belt.
The report also said Flynn pinned an officer between himself and the wall at one point, which doesn’t match what’s shown in the video.
Flynn was in the ICU for days with a fractured skull and other injuries. His attorney sent a notice to the city of Las Cruces that they intend to sue for $12.5 million.
“There needs to be repercussions for that. Otherwise, what will end up occurring is these situations will be repeated because there will be no punishment,” said Flynn’s attorney, Christopher Cardenas. (full hd video)
inmate slammed to ground by LCPD
A Las Cruces man is suing the city after being hospitalized with a skull fracture after two officers with the Las Cruces Police Department used force on him.
The incident happened Dec. 23, after Ross Flynn was arrested for allegedly threatening a neighbor and ignoring officers’ commands.
Surveillance video from his jail cell shows him talking back to officers and then kicking the cell door.
Officers Richard Garcia and Danny Salcido open the cell and slam Flynn into the wall and onto the floor.
In a written report, Garcia stated, “I did go over to the male subject and advised him he need to sit down or he would be handcuffed to the bench.”
According to the report, Flynn did not comply.
Garcia wrote, “I grabbed onto the male subject and started walking him back where he started to pull away. He was walked back all the way where he did hit his back and head against the wall.”
In a separate written report, Salcido wrote, “Mr. Flynn continued to tell me that he didn’t want to have any problems with us but (was) willing to cooperate as much as possible. However, his attitude and his behavior showed otherwise.”
Salcido wrote, “As soon as we opened the door, Officer Garcia and I immediately grabbed Mr. Flynn to move him back and sit him against the bench and handcuff him to the bench. As we attempted to do so Mr. Flynn then began resisting, pushing us back and not allowing us.”
Views:1769|Rating:2.86|View Time:1:46Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:3 Federal agents on Monday captured one of two inmates who escaped from an Arizona prison as he walked, armed with a handgun, outside a Wyoming church, and were still hunting for the other fugitive and a suspected accomplice. (Aug. 9)
Views:209333|Rating:4.26|View Time:2:9Minutes|Likes:329|Dislikes:57 On Your Side’s Chris Oswalt reports on how a fight at a Boise school sparked outrage after student’s cell phones were taken away by staff.
Views:3939|Rating:2.69|View Time:36:38Minutes|Likes:7|Dislikes:6 The Graveyard Shift Paranormal Investigations team investigated the Brownsville, Texas Old City Jail building back in February 2012, here is the investigation and paranormal evidence. The audio has been enhanced and made louder on this video, due to the sound quality on the previously uploaded video. Graveyard Shift Paranormal maintains the commercial right to everything in this video.
Views:1946863|Rating:3.70|View Time:2:22Minutes|Likes:4438|Dislikes:1557 Video of the Fertilizer plant in Waco Texas on Explosion 4 17 2013
The bodies of 12 people have been recovered after an enormous Texas fertilizer plant explosion that demolished surrounding neighborhoods for blocks and left more about 200 other people injured, authorities said Friday.
Three different camera locations and repeats back in slow motion !!!!
Texas Department of Public Safety Sgt. Jason Reyes said it was “with a heavy heart” that he confirmed 12 bodies had been pulled from the area of the plant explosion.
Even before investigators released a confirmed number of fatalities, the names of the dead were becoming known in the town of 2,800 and a small group of firefighters and other first responders who may have rushed toward the plant to battle a pre-explosion blaze was believed to be among them.
Reyes said he could not confirm Friday how many of those killed were first responders.
The mourning already had begun at a church service at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church the previous night.
“We know everyone that was there first, in the beginning,” said Christina Rodarte, 46, who has lived in West for 27 years. “There’s no words for it. It is a small community, and everyone knows the first responders, because anytime there’s anything going on, the fire department is right there, all volunteer.”
One victim Rodarte knew and whose name was released was Kenny Harris, a 52-year-old captain in the Dallas Fire Department who lived south of West. He was off duty at the time but responded to the fire to help, according to a statement from the city of Dallas.
Authorities spent much of the day after Wednesday night’s blast searching the town for survivors.
The small town is reeling as rescuers comb the rubble house by house and one official laments: “part of that community is gone.”
Police initially said between 5 to 15 people were killed during the massive blast at West Fertilizer. The explosion occurred around 8 p.m. and could be heard as far away as Waxahachie, a town located 45 miles north. It sent flames spiraling high into the evening sky and rained burning embers, shrapnel and debris down on frightened residents.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott told reporters in a news conference Thursday night that the impact of the explosion was worse than he expected. “The devastation is immense,” he said. But, he added the other thing he saw while touring West was “the sign of hope” and “the beginnings of a community trying to piece itself back together.”
A member of the city council, Al Vanek, said a four-block area around the explosion was “totally decimated.” Other witnesses compared the scene to that of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and authorities said the plant made materials similar to that used to fuel the bomb that tore apart that city’s Murrah Federal Building.
Debby Marak told The Associated Press that she noticed a lot of smoke in the area across town near the plant when she finished teaching her religion class Wednesday. She said she drove over to see what was happening, and that when she got there, two boys came running toward her screaming that the authorities had ordered everyone out because the plant was going to explode. She drove only about a block when it did.
“It was like being in a tornado,” Marak, 58, said during a phone interview. “Stuff was flying everywhere. It blew out my windshield. It was like the whole earth shook.”
Marak called her husband and asked him to come get her. When they got to their home about two miles south of town, her husband told her what he’d seen: a huge fireball that rose like “a mushroom cloud.”
The USGS reported that the blast registered a magnitude 2.1, which is comparable to a minor earthquake.
“They are still getting injured folks out and they are evacuating people from their homes,” Swanton said early Thursday. He added later: “At some point this will turn into a recovery operation, but at this point, we are still in search and rescue.”
Gov. Rick Perry told reporters during a press conference Thursday in Austin that the explosion was a “truly nightmare scenario” that likely affected every family in the small community.
“This tragedy has most likely hit every family, touched practically everyone in that town,” Perry said. “I ask all Americans and Texans to join me and Anita in keeping them in our prayers.”
The still-smoldering fire was “somewhat under control” by early Thursday, Swanton said, adding that authorities were not concerned about lingering smoke.
Swanton said a “small amount of looting” has occurred near the blast site, but he did not provide additional details. He said looters are a “significant concern” to authorities and that at least one person suspected of being a looter was spotting running from a damaged home.
Views:1795|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:30Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:0 Kingman AZ, March 24, 2012. Do you believe in haunted houses, buildings, hotels, theaters, mines, etc? I went into this business, the Boston Antiques and Collectibles place in downtown Kingman the other day, totally unaware of the stories that it was haunted, so bear with me as I did the report in a bit of an awkward fashion. I was expecting something like this.
According to Dennis the owner, about a year and a half ago a Ghost / Paranormal investigation team came out and spent a night in the place, having documented that the place was haunted. Reportedly 3 ghosts are known to be at the location, a woman, a man (projectionist of the former theater), and a little girl that has been seen with a bag of popcorn.
I did alittle research into the history of the place, actual dates differing according to who’s telling the stories, first having been Lang’s Theater around 1931, Henry Lang the owner at the time. Then around 1939 the place becomes the State Theater which served downtown Kingman Arizona from that time till around the late 1970s. I couldn’t find anything about the place being a church, but Dennis testified that it was at one time.
If you all like these types of stories or investigations, send me a message, and I might be willing to get into this a bit more, as it’s always been a fascination of mine since I was a kid. I saw George4title (g4t) cover a few of these type of stories, and of course many other people have given their personal testimonies of paranormal experiences online, around youtube and such.