Son of Pastor who Lost His Life to Rattlesnake, thinking Jesus Would Save Him, is Also Bitten Seven minutes after being bitten by a snak
Son of Pastor who Lost His Life to Rattlesnake, thinking Jesus Would Save Him, is Also Bitten Seven minutes after being bitten by a snake, thinking Jesus would save him from the bite, a pastor passed away. Now, his son is suffering from a serious wound, having to undergo emergency treatment after suffering from the exact same injury his father sustained. Cody Coots, the son of the man who passed away asked if his congregation would go with him to a mountaintop where “God would judge whether he lives or dies.”In defiance of his wishes to be “judged by God,” instead a follower in his congregation took him to the hospital after he was bitten by a snake he was handling, to sort of test himself and his position with God. He almost lost his life, because doctors report that the snake bite he sustained came extremely close to severing his temporal artery, and that definitely would have taken his life. As you can see, in the middle of this sermon he allowed the snake to bite him. Big Cody, the man who transported him to the hospital said “Most people bit in the face are dead in five, ten minutes. I mean, his own daddy got bit in the hand and within seven minutes was dead.” http://www.anonews.co/son-of-pastor-who-lost-his-life-to-rattlesnake-thinking-jesus-would-save-him-is-also-bitten/
57 year old Shawn Kilums was found by Florida authorities in the act of engaging in sexual intercourse with a tranquilized alligator Sunday afternoon. Authorities say they tazed Shawn as he was not following police orders, police say Shawn was also high on crystal meth.
Police later found dozens of tranquilizers and firearms near where police arrested Shawn. According to police, Shawn kept claiming he was possessed by the late Steve Irwin, an Australian tv personality who was known as simply “the crocodile hunter”.
Florida Authorities say they will do better to protect the everglades wildlife and to arrest more Florida men for their apparent tendency to create disturbing news headlines.
Japan is Having a Shortage of Ninjas Despite Offering $85,000 Salary
Iga, located in Mie Prefecture, Japan, is reportedly having a lesser-known crisis compared to the demographic one that the country is currently facing – huge shortage of ninjas despite offering candidates a pretty hefty annual salary of $85,000 as maximum.
The small city, which believes to be the birthplace of the popular ninjas, receives about 30,000 tourists to see and experience the annual ninja festival held in Iga. But while this may be good news to some, the city is actually suffering from depopulation and young people are now moving away from rural countryside, Business Insider reported.
Last year, Mie Prefecture only attracted 43 new young residents as a whole while Iga lost about 1,000 residents.
To help bring back the local economy’s boom, Iga’s mayor, Sakae Okamoto, plans to use its ninja heritage to attract both local and international tourists during its annual celebration. However, with the problems listed, pulling this off may post some difficulties. “Right now in Iga, we are working very hard to promote ninja tourism and get the most economic outcome,” Okamoto told Sally Herships, the host of National Public Radio’s “Planet Money” podcast. “For example, we hold this ninja festival between late April to around the beginning of May. During this period visitors and also local people come here. Everybody will be dressed like a ninja and walks around and enjoys themselves — but recently I feel that it’s not enough.”Japan saw a large influx of tourists last year at almost 29 million, which is almost 20% from the numbers in 2016. While this, in its entirety, is good news, rural areas like Iga and other else, are being left out.
To attract more tourists and make them stay longer than a day, Okamoto made the ultimate decision to relocate the city hall and build a second ninja museum in its place. They are also receiving funding from central government – though the amount they are getting was not disclosed.
Iga also needs to employ people to work as ninjas. But to make it clear, these ninjas are actually performers, not the real covert assassins from feudal Japan.
Ingwelala Private Nature Reserve in South Africa was shaken with the screams of a man who was attacked and killed by Pride of Lion in private game reserve near the Kruger National Park. Before the lions were dispersed with the help of gun-shots, they had eaten most of the body barring the head that was untouched.Police initially thought that the victim was a tractor driver who worked in this private reserve. Bu later on when the driver appeared alive the suspicion began to grow. A hunting rifle was recovered near the remains of the dead that almost confirmed it to be a Trophy Hunter who had sneaked into the private reserve.There are only 30000 loins left on the planet including 20000 in African Wild life areas. Large numbers of them are kept in captivity for entertainment. It is essential for the mankind to co-exist with them and protect them to survive so that future generations don’t just see them on papers like we look at dinosaurs.
#leseanmccoy beats up his girlfriend for listening to drake | Bay Area Man Gets Served After Kicking Actor’s Audi R8 Because It’s ‘Too Loud’“
Bay Area Man Gets Served After Kicking Asian Actor’s Audi R8 Because It’s ‘Too Loud’“So basically Asian dude got his Audi R8 kicked by white dude because apparently it was ‘too loud’ lmao. Asian dude gave him that combo tho,” the post said before it was deleted.
A friend of Delicia Cordon posted the photo showing the woman with a bloodied face, swollen eyes and multiple cuts. The woman, identified only as Mia, made harrowing allegations against the NFL star.“@shadymccoy is THE DEVIL!!!! YOU ARE AN ANIMAL!!!!!! We didn’t say anything about how you beat your dog “Henny” into kidney failure,” the woman wrote. “Let’s not talk about all the times my best friend had to stop you from VICIOUSLY beating your son for small things like peeing in the bed. We kept quiet about your drug usage ... all the ILLEGAL steroids and needles you were using, but we will not keep quiet about this!!!!!!"She continued: “I can’t believe you did this to my best friend!!!!! YOUR KARMA IS GOING TO BE SO REAL!!!!!! The world needs to know what type of animal you really are!!!!!!! This was just her yesterday on the left and now this morning this is her on the right!!!!”McCoy, who rushed for 1,138 yards and six touchdowns last season, denied the allegations in a statement posted on social media.The former University of Pittsburgh star was also sued by a woman in 2013 who claimed that he assaulted her before kicking her off a party bus in New Jersey. However, McCoy’s lawyer said at the time no criminal charges were pending and probable cause was never found.The Bills were aware of the McCoy allegations and were investigating, a source told ESPN.
Vermont woman shown on video cutting cop’s throat with knife acquitted of attempted murder
Vermont woman shown on video cutting cop’s throat with knife acquitted of attempted murder
Jennifer Berube was acquitted of an attempted murder for attacking a Rutland, Vt., police officer with a knife in December 2012. (policeone.com)
A Vermont woman who sneaked up behind a police officer while under arrest and allegedly tried to slit his throat with a knife was found not guilty of attempted murder.
Jennifer Berube, 40, was acquitted of attempted second-degree murder and a lesser charge of attempted aggravated assault on Friday by a jury in Rutland, a city in western Vermont about 60 miles south of Burlington.
Berube and her former husband, John MacLean III, were arrested in December 2012 for trying to use a stolen credit card, the Times Argus newspaper reported.
While in police custody, Berube, who was homeless and hooked on heroin at the time, believed she heard MacLean trying to hang himself with his shoelaces in his holding cell, the Times Argus newspaper reported.
In a bid to help, she slipped a Leatherman tool out of a hidden jacket pocket and attacked Officer Damon Nguyen with it.
Surveillance footage from inside the station house showed Berube grabbing Nguyen by the neck with a 2-inch blade in her hand before getting overpowered by several other officers.
Berube, 40, was caught on security cameras trying to slit Officer Damon Nguyen's throat with a knife during an arrest. Berube later told cops she was trying to help her ex-husband, who she believed was trying to hang himself in his holding cell.
Berube, 40, was caught on security cameras trying to slit Officer Damon Nguyen's throat with a knife during an arrest. Berube later told cops she was trying to help her ex-husband, who she believed was trying to hang himself in his holding cell. (policeone.com)
Nguyen suffered a cut near his jugular vein and was treated at a hospital.
He has since recovered and was back on the job.
It took the 12-man jury less than two hours to acquit Berube.
During the trial, her defense attorneys
REST IN PEACE: Teaneck, New Jersey, resident Audie Trinidad and his daughters Kaitlyn, 20, Danna, 17, and Melissa and Allison, both 14, were all killed when a wrong-way driver struck their minivan on a Delaware road Friday. The girls' mother was the only survivor 💔
Kim's company, KKW Beauty, is looking into the June 30th event that left a Native American woman stunned when a white store worker allegedly asked if she was Mexican and said: "Get back in line and wait or I'll make a call and get you deported."
Nicole Johnny, an MBA student at Pepperdine University, told babe about what happened when she went to KKW Beauty's Los Angeles store with her mom and brother on Saturday night. "I was really shocked," she said. "We waited maybe an hour to get in the store. We were the last people in line and there were two security guards, one was African American and one was white."
Nicole, 28, waited her turn to be called inside, and seeing the door open and nobody in front of her, she said she took a few paces forward before the white security guard snapped: "Get back in line and wait or I'll make a call and get you deported. You're Mexican, right?"
"I felt very uncomfortable and very unwelcome," Nicole told babe. She says the other security guards noticed and let her inside with her mom and brother.
Once inside, she said she started testing makeup palettes to see which one she wanted to buy, when the white security guard came up to her and said: "If you're not going to buy anything, I need you to leave."
"I looked at him and I was like, 'are you serious?' I asked him why, because there was no-one in line waiting to come into the store, we were the last people – my mom was making a purchase!" He stepped away when a female staff member asked if she could help her find anything, but Nicole says she noticed him continuing to watch her. She didn't buy anything and then left.
"We’re there for makeup and perfume, we’re not there to be told we'll get deported," Nicole added. "It’s so insulting to say that to people of color… I’m Navajo, I’m indigenous. I had to explain myself and my cultural heritage to this guy who wanted to deport me."
Nicole messaged KKW Beauty, a makeup empire so successful it made $14 million in its first 20 minutes of existing. A rep responded to Nicole and told they would investigate the matter immediately. "We are so sorry to hear about your experience at our store," they wrote to Nicole. "We have a zero tolerance for discrimination of any kind."
Woman Expertly Destroys ‘Crusty Western Men’ Who Call Asian Men ‘Gay’
A woman’s epic post calling out some “Western men” who call Asian men “gay” based certain masculinity standards has gone viral on Facebook.
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The woman who made the post and goes by “Joanne” (@smallicecoffee), is a 22-year-old American living in Seoul, South Korea where she works at a travel agency. “I made the post originally to poke fun at how toxic masculinity really hurts everyone including the men involved in it,” she told NextShark. “As an Asian American who originally grew up in Texas, I was made hyper aware of my ‘otherness’ from a very young age.”“The post itself can hopefully make men, particularly Asian men, feel more validated in their habits, that everyone and anyone can and should do whatever they want without unnecessary labels tossed at them,” she added. “Joanne” says that most people are taking her post well and laughing at it with her. There are a few handful of people reacting negatively, but she remains unfazed.”“With the exception of a handful of people I don’t think anyone’s really had an issue, but even if they do, whatever. Everyone’s entitled to their own opinions,” she said.
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On June 18, 2018, XXXTentacion (real name: Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy) was shot to death during what police suspect was a robbery outside a motorcycle shop in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Another young man, 22-year old Dedrick Williams, has already been arrested and charged with his murder. Meanwhile, thousands are expected to attend the rapper’s memorial Wednesday at the stadium that typically hosts the NHL’s Florida Panthers hockey team.
But XXXTentacion is not someone I can mourn. Although his death has been met with an outpouring of sympathy, it has also revealed something dark and complicated and ultimately inescapable about the state of American hip-hop culture today.
Although his death has been met with an outpouring of sympathy, it has also revealed something dark about the state of American hip-hop culture today.
XXXTentacion’s rise to stardom is inexplicably tied to violence. In April 2015, he joined forces with Ski Mask the Slump God to create the Members Only Club; the group’s mixtapes would take the hip-hop world by storm. But only a few months later, in November of 2015, XXXTentacion was arrested for aggravated battery and home invasion. A year later he was accused of beating his pregnant girlfriend,strangling her and holding her head underwater. In fact he was awaiting trial on charges aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment and witness tampering when he was killed.
Simply put, I don’t believe separating the person from their art is possible, especially not for someone like XXXTentacion. His acts of abuse are too well documented.
My introduction to the rapper occurred first via the allegations against him — and then via his music. His ever-growing presence in the hip-hop world was a test of that world's questionable moral compass. If left unchecked, it seems clear that XXXTentacion's rap sheet would have doubled in size over the years. But just as importantly, it seems like his fans were ready to forgive him no matter what he did. A hero to his followers, he allegedly beat a concertgoer in the face with his microphone, later claiming self-defense. How can we separate the person from their art when the two are mirror images of each other?
One of XXXTentacion’s most famous early songs, “Look At Me,” is an example of everything that made the rapper both popular and deeply problematic.
One of XXXTentacion’s most famous early songs, “Look At Me,” is an example of everything that made the rapper both popular and deeply problematic. His music was clearly a reflection of his lifestyle, and fans loved him for it. His abrasive lyrics scratch themselves through a blown-out stereo sound. Sonically, the track is a lo-fi, gritty warbling that combines hallmarks of both hip-hop and indie rock.
Enamored with his innovative work inside the recording booth, the music community turned a blind eye to his behavior outside of it. XXL Magazine selected him for its prestigious XXL Freshmen cover in 2017. After Spotify pulled the rapper’s music from its playlists after the allegations against him went public, it was pressure from Kendrick Lamar’s camp that reportedly got XXXTentacion reinstated on the streaming platform. And in the days following his murder, mainstream stars like Kanye West, Diddy, J. Cole and Gucci Mane have all mourned his death on social media.
So how does one measure such a short and violent life? In Snapchat videos or Billboard Chart Numbers? The story of XXXTentacion is an intimately American one. When I first wrote about XXXTentacion back in March, I did not think I would have to write about him again. Surely hip-hop would soon draw the line at a man accused of such brutality. And yet, how I can be so surprised when history repeats itself?
With gangsta-rap solidifying its foothold in modern hip-hop, violence against women has become commonplace and acceptable. As a student of the game, XXXTentacion is an amalgamation of all the generations of artists who came before him. The impact of his legacy will be hip-hop’s problem to reconcile — or to brush aside. Those on the other side of the conversation argue that XXXTentacion was attempting to rectify his sins and become a better person. It's unclear if that's true or not, but I don't believe that he deserves the benefit of the doubt. Actions must have consequences, even for the rich and talented.
Despite XXXTentacion’s legal troubles attracting more headlines than his music releases, he climbed the charts with near-unstoppable power. Meanwhile, media outlets did little to temper the growing fever. Platforms that pushed back against his violence only served to galvanize his fan base. Outlets that refused to cover or write about him faced a backlash.
Platforms that pushed back against again his violence only served to galvanize his fan base. Outlets that refused to cover or write about him faced a backlash.
When music site DJ Booth declined to review XXXTentacion’s latest album, for example, one fan’s letter protesting the decision struck a chord. “He is the new generation's troubled mind,” the reader wrote. XXXTentacion’s power was that his work articulated the pain of a generation — or at least, one corner of it. He understood there was a community of listeners out there drowning in depression and he found a way to reach them. There’s something deeply personal and humanizing about his music, and it allowed fans to look the other way. They still are. He has something they need. They believe he is someone they need.
And his violent and untimely death will likely memorialize him in the eyes of a new generation of hip-hop fans. Indeed, his death has already made his music more popular than ever. Right now, there is a community of rap fans who will remember where they were when XXXTentacion died. That is what I fear: That history will ultimately erase his sins. Death does not absolve XXXTentacion of anything.
And so I will remember XXXTentacion for who he was in life: A young man who was hurting who then saw fit to inflict harm onto others. To some he was a troubled young man trying to right his wrongs and to others he was a woman-beater and an armed robber. I think we should observe XXXTentacion as a whole, but more importantly we cannot excuse his violence. A human life is never black and white. I find him a condemnable person. I find him a polarizing one.
I.S. Jones is a poet and writer living in New York by way of California. She is the managing editor of Dead End Hip-Hop and you can tweet her @isjonespoetry.
NYPD cop gets eight years in prison for running cocaine, pot An NYPD cop convicted of delivering cocaine and pot for side cash in what she came to learn was an undercover Internal Affairs Bureau sting was sentenced to eight years in prison Tuesday — the minimum she could have faced. Nysia Stroud, 30, was convicted of high-level drug possession and official misconduct at trial in Manhattan Supreme Court. She faced up to 20 years on each of the two top counts and the sentences could have run consecutively. Stroud, with a courier she knew as Lisa — really an undercover — delivered drugs between Washington Heights and W. 96th St. between April and June 2017. She pocketed between $250 and $1,000 for the handful of drug runs, evidence at her trial showed. Justice Ruth Pickholz told Stroud at her sentencing she “did betray the public trust” and “made some very poor choices,” before shipping the former law enforcement official upstate to serve the next several years behind bars. "You gave up a wonderful career by breaking the law,” Pickholz added. “You of all people should have known better.”The judge was unmoved by Stroud’s long-shot bid to have her felony convictions tossed so she could join the military — insisting she should not be defined by the verdict. “Having been raised in a poverty-stricken area in Brownsville in Brooklyn, I am blessed to not have become a product of my environment,” Stroud said. “I do not believe that my true character was conveyed to you,” she added. “I always have been a person of integrity.”Stroud was already on modified duty and assigned to the Fleet Services Division when she was busted last June.
The Internal Affairs Bureau had been on her case for two years after she was caught in her uncle’s apartment during a drug raid. She was not charged in connection with that search. Her attorney Alex Grosshtern argued at trial that the NYPD planted an attractive lesbian undercover, just his client’s “type,” to lure Stroud into the drug deliveries. “A reasonable jury could have come to a different conclusion,” he argued at the sentencing.
Eighth suspect arrested in innocent Bronx teen’s murder Police collared an eighth suspect Tuesday in the gang
Eighth suspect arrested in innocent Bronx teen’s murder Police collared an eighth suspect Tuesday in the gang murder of an innocent Bronx teen — as six others arrested in New Jersey were ordered back to New York to stand trial. Newly arrested Elvin Garcia was charged with murder, manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon, police said. “The brutal nature of this crime, we will leave literally no stone unturned until we make sure that we get justice and we make sure that everyone involved in this incident are brought to justice,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said in announcing the latest arrest.
Garcia was awaiting arraignment in Bronx Criminal Court Tuesday evening. News of the new arrest came as a New Jersey judge ordered the extradition of six suspects captured in Paterson Sunday. The crew — Danel Fernandez, Joniki Martinez, Jose Muniz, Jose Taverez, Manuel Rivera and Santiago Rodriguez — appeared in Passaic County Court in New Jersey on Tuesday. Another suspect, Kevin Alvarez, was arrested in the Bronx and pleaded not guilty to murder charges Monday night. The reputed members of the ruthless Dominican gang Trinitarios are accused of slaughtering 15-year-old aspiring NYPD detective Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz outside a Bronx deli last week because they mistook him for someone who made a sex tape with one of the gangsters’ sisters, police sources said. But their public defender whined in court that their families have been threatened. Judith Fallon, deputy public defender for Passaic County, said the six men are “extremely concerned” for their families in the wake of their arrests. “Social media has been very active about this case. Their families are being threatened, children,” she said. The suspects will be transferred to Bronx Criminal Court on Wednesday, according to DA Darcel Clark. City Councilman Ritchie Torres is calling on Clark to lock them up and throw away the keys. “Gang members who drag a young teen out of a bodega and then hack him to death repeatedly with knives and a machete deserve to rot in prison for the rest of their lives,” he wrote in a letter obtained by The Post.