An Alabama student pulled a stun gun on a teacher who tried to stop her fighting with another female student. The altercation was caught on camera, and the shocking footage made it to the web. The girl has been arrested and charged with felony assault.
A Mary G. Montgomery High School student, whose name is not being released due to her age, was reportedly having a conflict with another girl when a teacher came to break up their fight, according to the Alabama Media Group.
The student in question attacked him with a stun gun she had on her, Mobile County Sheriff's office said.
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A mahout has been attacked and killed by a male elephant at an elephant camp in Kapong district.
The attack occurred at Win Elephant Camp in tambon Rommanee, said Pol Col Wasant Banluephuet, a deputy investigation chief at Kapong police station. The incident was reported at around 5.30pm on Thursday.
The elephant, Plai Seedor Mongkhol, flew into a rage and attacked mahout Sornchai Kerdsommart, 38, when he went to unchain him from a wooden post he was tethered to at the camp.
The animal then fled into the nearby jungle, camp staff told police.
Sornchai received major injuries to his right arm and face and his skull was fractured. He died on the spot, Thai media reported.
Livestock officials joined other mahouts in the jungle hunt for the escaped elephant, which was tracked down last night, tranquilised and recaptured.
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Three people were killed and 30 others injured after being hit by lightning in this district of Madhya Pradesh, police said.
Kripal Singh, 60, Garud Singh, 55, and Trilok Singh, 50, were among a large gathering taking part on Friday night in a religious function at a house in Silthar village when lightning struck amid strong wind and rain, Shahpura police station in-charge Anil Patel told IANS.
The three men were killed; 30 other people were injured and taken to primary health centre at Shahpura, he said.
Source: Lightning bolt kills 3 and injures 30 in Madhya Pradesh, India
Woman killed by lightning strike in Sarasota, Florida; total lightning fatalities for U.S. in 2016 now 31Woman killed by lightning strike in Sarasota, Florida; total lightning fatalities for U.S. in 2016 now 31
Fierce storms rolled through the Bay Area Friday evening and took a woman's life when she was stuck by lightning.
The Sarasota County Fire Department said crews went to Martin Luther King, Jr. Park in the 2500 block of Cocoanut Avenue Friday around 5:30 p.m. for reports of a lightning strike that caused a small fire. When they got there, they found a 50-year-old woman had been struck by lightning.
Officials said she died near a gazebo. The think she was walking from one gazebo over to another, taking shelter from the rain. Before she could make it to the next spot for cover, she was struck by lightning.
Source: Woman killed by lightning strike in Sarasota, Florida; total lightning fatalities for U.S. in 2016 now 31
Aug 26, 2016 By Reinhard Wolff | redice.tv Yesterday, Hillary gave a speech in which she formally condemned the alt-right. The speech itself was quite dull; at one point, however, a gentleman shouted “Pepe” – obviously referring to the cartoon frog meme that has become a staple of the alt-right. I remember being impressed when […]
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Armed Forces charity SSAFA says military veterans face a ‘postcode lottery’ in accessing National Health Service (NHS) care and provision across the UK. With the exception of NHS Wales – and in spite of a pledge by NHS Scotland – specialist services across the UK are too inconsistent to provide for the particular needs of […]
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Police officer Wayne Anderson took a risk when he shared evidence of corruption in the Terrebonne Sheriff’s Office. He was finally vindicated, however, when the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a raid on his home was unconstitutional. A unanimous decision handed down from the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals found that a […]
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In a shocking development in Bolivia, striking workers - who were demanding more mining concessions with less stringent environmental rules - kidnapped and "savagely beat to death" 56-year-old Deputy Interior Minister Rodolfo Illanes.
Source: Bolivian Minister Kidnapped, "Savagely Beaten To Death" By Striking Mineworkers
Were France burkini photos STAGED? A Muslim woman on a beach with no towel, no book, or parasol... and then forced to remove ...Were France burkini photos STAGED? A Muslim woman on a beach with no towel, no book, or parasol... and then forced to remove swimwear by police ... fresh claims pictures may be SET UP
The France burkini row has deepened after claims that photos of a Muslim woman forced to remove her swimwear by armed police on a beach were staged. French politicians and media questioned the controversial incident in Nice on Tuesday and asked why the woman was lying down on a beach with no towel, book or parasol in the full glare of the midday sun near a police post - with a photographer nearby. They are fears France's controversial burkini ban, which began in Cannes, may be leapt upon as a propaganda tool by Islamic extremists.
Source: Were France burkini photos STAGED? A Muslim woman on a beach with no towel, no book, or parasol... and then forced to remove swimwear by police ... fresh claims pictures may be SET UP