When a line of riot police charged the BLM demonstrators they scattered, and officers were filmed sprinting after the fleeing protesters down normally quiet streets lined with family homes, pinning them to the ground and cuffing them while others shouted insults and taunts. … [Read more...] about Rioting protester is set ablaze by his OWN Molotov cocktail in Portland as the city is convulsed by the 100th night of BLM demonstrations and unrest breaks out across the nation
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There are sometimes more radical embellishments. In America people have been fascinated for months by the story of Manti Te'o, an American football player whose girlfriend, met online, turned out not to exist. The precise details of the case are still not clear, but a fellow player suggested Te'o had been "catfished" – a reference to the 2011 documentary Catfish, about a New York man who believed he was involved in an online relationship with a girl in Michigan. (He was wrong.) A spin-off TV series, on MTV, explored similar dating hoaxes, as did Channel 4's How To Fall in Love Online last month. More and more, it seems, love is being offered on the internet, and offered dishonestly. … [Read more...] about The hoaxer who breaks women’s hearts
The mastermind of the robbery was James 'Jimmy the Gent' Burke (seen left after his arrest in 1979), the Irish mobster with the Bonanno crime organization. He was portrayed in the film by De Niro (right). The federal government says Burke and Asaro were close associates … [Read more...] about Goodfellas mobster, 85, who was acquitted of masterminding the 1978 Lufthansa heist – but convicted on road rage arson charges -is released from jail due to virus fears
Catfishers dupe their victims for thousands of reasons – the victims are taken in for only one. Because, even when the sad stories stack up like old New Yorkers, proving the search brings pain, we want to believe in love. We want to believe we will be seen, that someone will find our crooked teeth adorable, believe in the opportunity to be sincere with someone, for a second. That will never change. Catfishing, the phenomenon that’s now in its sixth season, is a cruel scam, one that breaks into a heart rather than a bank account, cruel because it takes so much longer to mend. … [Read more...] about What becomes of the brokenhearted when they are ‘catfished’ online?
John Boyd, once described as West's 'spiritual adviser,' was paid $25,000. Another $25,000 was paid to Isaac Ford, who reportedly helped West get onto Tennessee's ballot - Ford's brother and father, also of Tennessee, were Democratic members of Congress. … [Read more...] about Kanye West has spent nearly $6million of his own money on his presidential campaign since launching it in July