Check out this insane collection of phone videos taken in Oakland, California. Police run away from outlaws and people shoot guns in the air for fun. This is the real life wild west!
Elizabeth Starr fears the procedure she had to make her breast enlarged to an O cup will kill her. The adult film star had now-illegal ‘string’ implants 15 years ago to boost her career. Doctors have recommended Elizabeth face a double mastectomy rather than live with her ticking time bomb implants.
Aitizaz Hasan, 15, has become a hero in Pakistan for saving hundreds of kids when he prevented a suicide bomber from entering his school during an assembly. One of Hasan’s friends spotted a detonator on a man wearing a school uniform and everyone ran inside the school except Hasan, who stood his ground and got hold of the bomber.
Nathan Potter, a university film student was shot and killed while walking near his apartment in a random robbery attempt. 18-year-old Seandell Jackson was convicted of pulling the trigger, and after acting tough in court and even staring down the victim’s family, he finally burst into tears when he receive his sentence.
Formula one legend Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition in hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage after smashing his head on a rock in a skiing accident in France. French television station BFMTV reported that the condition of the record seven-time F1 champion had deteriorated from serious to critical. Grenoble University Hospital released a statement saying that the former German champion had suffered a “severe head injury with coma”, and had undergone neurosurgery. Our thoughts go out to Michael and his family. We wish him a speedy recovery.
A wealthy Texas 16-year-old got no jail time for killing four pedestrians while driving drunk, sparking outrage and speculation. For his defense against the case, a psychologist diagnosed the boy with “affluenza,” meaning he doesn’t associate his bad actions with real consequences because his parents taught him that his money buys privilege.
Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) is on a mission to help abused children feel empowered and not afraid of the world in which they live. “We desire to send a clear message to all involved with the abused child that this child is part of our organization, and that we are prepared to lend our physical and emotional support to them by affiliation, and our physical presence.”