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fuck anglos!

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The remains of 14 more victims were found in the ashes of a massive Northern California wildfire, bringing the total number of deaths from blazes raging across the state to at least 25, officials said Saturday.
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build the wall

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>Rumours of child abductors spread through WhatsApp in a small town in Mexico. The rumours were fake, but a mob burned two men to death before anyone checked.

>Ricardo and Alberto Flores's deaths in small-town Mexico were not isolated. Rumours and fake news stories on Facebook and WhatsApp have fomented fatal violence in India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka, to name just three. In India, as in Mexico, the technology — WhatsApp is an encrypted private messaging app that lets people send messages to large groups — has upgraded time-old rumours about child abductors for the 21st Century, allowing them to spread faster and farther with less accountability.

> In the state of Assam in June, in an incident frighteningly similar to that in Acatlán, Abhijit Nath and Nilotpal Das were beaten to death by a mob of 200.

>In societies with small, short, dark people mobs are quick to form. inferior people gang up like animals

White House doctored a video to accuse journalist of assault

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NEW YORK (AP) — A video distributed by the Trump administration to support its argument for banning CNN reporter Jim Acosta from the White House appears to have been doctored to make Acosta look more aggressive than he was during an exchange with a White House intern, an independent expert said Thursday.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted the video, which shows Acosta asking President Donald Trump a question on Wednesday as the intern tries to take his microphone away. But a frame-by-frame comparison with an Associated Press video of the same incident shows that the one tweeted by Sanders appears to have been altered to speed up Acosta’s arm movement as he touches the intern’s arm, according to Abba Shapiro, an independent video producer who examined the footage at AP’s request.

Earlier, Shapiro noticed that frames in the tweeted video were frozen to slow down the action, allowing it to run the same length as the AP one.

The tweeted video also does not have any audio, which Shapiro said would make it easier to alter. It’s also unlikely the differences could be explained by technical glitches or by video compression — a reduction in a video’s size to enable it to play more smoothly on some sites — because the slowing of the video and the acceleration that followed are “too precise to be an accident,” said Shapiro, who trains instructors to use video editing software.

Sanders, who hasn’t said where the tweeted video came from, noted that it clearly shows Acosta made contact with the intern. In her statement announcing Acosta’s suspension, she said the White House won’t tolerate “a reporter placing his hands on a young woman just trying to do her job.”

doctored vs original video:
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ass-blasted republican judge sabotages democrat set to take his seat following election results

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"He made a comment, 'This is obviously what the voters wanted' and I think there's an implication by electing all Democratic judges, there's this belief that Democratic judges are going to be soft on crime," Halpert told the TV station.

>A Texas judge who lost re-election released almost all the juvenile defendants that appeared before him Wednesday, a move that drew criticism from local prosecutors.

>Judge Glenn Devlin, a juvenile court judge in Harris County, Texas, simply asked his defendants whether they planned to kill anyone before approving their release, the Houston Chronicle reported.

>It was not immediately clear how many defendants were released, but the Chronicle reported at least seven. Their charges ranged from misdemeanors to violent crimes.

>"'If I release you, will you go out and murder anybody?' And so, if the juvenile said 'No,' they were released," public defender Steve Halpert told KTRK-TV about the hearing. "Judge Devlin would never normally ask that question of a juvenile. This was unusual."

>Halpert was requesting release for his client, according to the TV station.

>The Chronicle reported that the youth's cases would be heard again, once Natalia Oakes, the Democrat who defeated Devlin on Tuesday, takes the bench in January.

>In a statement, District Attorney Kim Ogg slammed the decision saying it "could endanger the public."

>"We oppose the wholesale release of violent offenders at any age," Ogg added.

>Devlin didn't comment to either the Chronicle or KTRK-TV.

>All three juvenile judges in the county lost to Democrats on Tuesday, according to the Chronicle. Halpert told KTRK-TV he thought Devlin's actions were "a post-election weird blip."
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Pure love

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Korean's Performance

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Korean is crazy. The singing groupe who is called BTS(防弾少年団) has been caused many troubles.
They weared the Nazi uniforms on their concert, and they took a picture of putting on a Nazis hat.
Their evil acts are not those, they insulted Japanese victims of the atomic bomb and the Great East Japan Earthquake.

Michigan Woman Rescued After Being Trapped in Bathtub for 5 Days

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A Michigan woman is grateful to be alive after getting stuck in her bathtub for nearly a week.

Alison Gibson said she became trapped when couldn't reach the handrail to lift herself up out of the tub inside her Chesaning home on Oct. 15.

“When I got cold, I ran the hot water. And when I got thirsty, I ran the cold water and drank the cold water out of my hand," she told Inside Edition.

Gibson was beginning to lose hope when a postal worker came to her rescue five days later. He was concerned that her mail started piling up and alerted her neighbors. They went to check on her.

"Somebody was outside my window and they started yelling so I yelled back,” Gibson said.

That's when the cops were called.

"In the bathroom when we opened the door the back of it was covered in mold, the floors were soaking wet, the paint on the walls was bubbling from all of the moisture and actually the ceiling was dripping wet,” Lansing Police Chief Wilborn told Inside Edition of the scene.

Gibson was taken to the hospital, where she stayed for four days before being released.

She said she plans to have a walk-in tub installed soon.
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Florida Moms brawl at school bus stop

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SARASOTA Co., Fla. — A brawl between two moms at a school bus stop landed both in the hospital. Both moms used a broken coffee mug as a weapon. Tuesday night, one of the moms spoke exclusively with ABC Action News.

Tiffani Cruz just got out of the hospital. Cruz defends why she smashed a coffee mug over the head of another mom.

“It was self-defense over an incident that made no sense," she said.

While North Port Police say it started over an argument about parenting, Cruz claims they’ve had issues before. She says two weeks ago she confronted that mom for yelling at another child at the bus stop. But Tuesday morning, their verbal arguments went too far.

“My heart was racing!” said Eithan Cruz, who is of no relation to Tiffani Cruz. The child and his brother, Bairon Velazquez, witnessed the fight from the back window of their school bus.

“Her face was bleeding and stuff,” said Eithan.

“I looked away," said Velazquez.

Cruz admits she hit the other mom with her mug. Police have not identified the other woman.

“I put my arm up like this and I went to run and that’s when she picked up the glass, ran at me and stabbed me twice in my arm, once at my wrist and in back of my shoulder," said Cruz.

Pieces of the mug were then used as a weapon in a slashing manner, police say. Both parents ended up in the hospital but paramedics airlifted the other woman to the hospital with a serious cut to her throat.

ABC Action News asked Cruz if she thought she went too far and why she called it self-defense.

“Because she hit me. She got this close to my face nudged me with her nose and when she nudged me with her nose— it was her fist going up so my fist was going up," said Cruz.

Local News - it's not funny (but it kinda is)

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This story reminded me of the Kids in the Hall sketch, "Monique the Pryomaniac."


A guest at a northeast Missouri motel is accused of intentionally setting her room on fire. Shellie Clark, 62, of Arvada, Colorado, is now charged with one count of First-Degree Arson. The blaze happened Thursday night at the Bel-Air Motel in Monroe City, according to our sister station, KHQA.

When the police and fire departments got to the motel, one of the rooms was full of flames and smoke. Clark was outside the motel. She was not injured. KHQA reports Clark told authorities she had fallen asleep with a candle lit and woke up to find her room on fire.

Officers took Clark to the motel office to stay warm while they investigated.

They said while she was there, the suspect reportedly used a lighter to set some fake plants and other items on fire.

Police then took Clark into custody.