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A Male is arrested by Police Officers. Its not that great but the more graphic videos I have will prob get rejected as the last one did.
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A horrific crime has torn apart the small town of Cleveland, Texas. Police arrested 18 men - all suspects in the gang rape of an 11-year-old girl.
Investigators say the men raped the middle school student in November in this abandoned trailer- but word didn’t get out until cell phone video of the attack went viral at the local school.
News outlets describe the crime as “nightmarish”, “sickening,” and “sad.”
KHOU REPORTER: “Those who stand accused in this unspeakable crime are men and schoolboys.”
But as details about the attack emerge- some in the media struggle to report accusations that somehow, the victim was to blame.
One blogger for Dreamin’ Demon writes...
“Several students say … the girl was not forced to have sex with the men and that she consented, arguing that she looked well over 11. But her mother states that everyone knew the girl’s age. Which very well may be true, but according to the 11-year-old’s … Facebook, she also loves drinking, smoking and sex.”
Others argue- blaming the child is inconceivable. CNN’s Brooke Baldwin talked with a reporter for the Houston Chronicle who says - a defense attorney for a few of the accused men is trying to demonize the victim.
CINDY HORSWELL, HOUSTON CHRONICLE SENIOR WRITER: “He said the little girl was not, it wasn’t like she is totally completely innocent in this case. It wasn’t like she was kidnapped or something. Whether he was indicating that she might be a willing participant.”
BROOKE BALDWIN, CNN NEWSROOM ANCHOR: “Yeah, at age 11, as you point out, an 11-year-old cannot give legally give consent!”
Some media outlets are under fire for mentioning anything that would somehow imply the child is at fault.. The New York Times caught slack from media critics for publishing...
“Residents ... said she dressed older than her age, wearing makeup and fashions more appropriate to a woman in her 20s. She would hang out with teenage boys at a playground, some said.”
That fired up Salon’s Mary Elizabeth Williams - who called the piece “sloppy and slanted”.
“...how sickening that once again, when a female is brutally and inhumanely attacked, the issue of what her multiple assailants apparently did somehow pales next to the curiosity over what she must have done to provoke it.”
And Emily Long adds in The Lamp - the Times article is just one instance of unbalanced coverage of sexual assault.
“...my real issue as far as this article is concerned has to do with the reporting, which in my opinion falls short of responsible. Media have a long history of covering sexual and domestic assault stories in this way. It is a habit which is unacceptable, but it is nonetheless a habit which must be broken.”
The 18 men suspected in the gang rape are between the ages of 14 and 27. The Daily Mail reports- 10 others may have been involved.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kanye West and one of his bodyguards were arrested Thursday at Los Angeles International Airport after an altercation with paparazzi in which the rapper allegedly smashed a camera on the floor.
Airport police arrested West and his road manager, Don Crowley, who also serves as a bodyguard, on suspicion of felony vandalism shortly before 8 a.m., LAX spokesman Marshall Lowe said. He said early reports indicated that a camera valued at more than $10,000 was broken.
The incident happened before West and his bodyguard passed a security checkpoint at an airport terminal that houses American Airlines. The pair were scheduled to board a flight to Honolulu, Hawaii, Lowe said.
West's publicist declined to comment Thursday.
The arrest was first reported by TMZ, which posted video showing a man in a gray hooded sweatshirt, identified by the celebrity gossip site as West. The man throws a camera to the ground.
Another man in a red jacket grabs the shooter holding the video camera. The next frames show security intervening.
TMZ reported that it was its videographer who was attacked.
Lowe said police were interviewing witnesses and that West and Crowley will be booked at a Los Angeles Police Department station in Culver City.
West closed the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, which was held at Paramount Studios lot in Hollywood.
The singer has a history of flaring his temper. After not winning any awards at the VMAs in 2007 despite several nominations, West declared he would never return to MTV and yelling at reporters. The year before, he crashed the stage at the MTV Europe Music Awards and unleashed an expletive-filed tirade after his video "Touch The Sky" failed to win an award.
According to Associated Press
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but he doesn't really cooperate
Violence again boiled over at the Australian Open on Friday when dozens of Serbian and Bosnian fans fought after the match between Novak Djokovic and Amer Delic.
Police arrested two men and ejected another 30 people from the grounds after the rival supporters began throwing chairs and trading punches and kicks.
One woman was knocked out after being hit on the head by a chair although police later said she had not been seriously injured.
The fighting began in a garden outside the main centre court arena then flared up again outside Melbourne Park.
Inspector Chris Duthie told reporters two men had been charged with riotous behaviour and discharging a missile while another man had been fined on the spot.
"The matter was dealt with very quickly and effectively by the police and we expect no more problems," Duthie said.
"We have a very effective police presence here. You can't stop everything happening but we will make sure this sort of thing doesn't happen (again)."
The Australian Open, which was dubbed as the 'Happy Slam' by Roger Federer, has been marred by a series of violent clashes since 150 Croat and Serb fans engaged in a wild brawl two years
Stalkers to red-heads, more Star Wars battles and a new legal precedent. Courtroom drama is up next.
Hi everyone. Welcome to Get-the-Daily-dot-com. I’m Dana Ward with the latest in the legal system.
Ever imagine that a priest might stalk a celebrity? Well, one Boston priest did just this. On Tuesday, Reverend David Ajemian pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct involving late-night talkshow-host, Conan O’Brien. Ajemian admitted to sending D-V-Ds and letters to O’Brien’s home and work, starting back in late 2006. The Boston Archdiocese placed the man on leave, after police arrested him for trying to enter a New-York taping of Conan’s show. Ajemian is ruled fit to withstand trial, although he claims to have psychiatric issues.
And it seems there’s a new battle for the Star Wars saga, and the Stormtrooper helmet is at the center of it all. Most recently, the prop designer from the first Star Wars back in 1977 is suing Lucasfilm, claiming he owns the copyright to the famous white helmet, and actually requests a share of the merchandising profit from the 6 Star Wars films – 24-million-US-dollars, to be exact. This comes as a counter-attack suit, as Lucasfilm already won a 20-million-dollar California lawsuit in 2006 against Andrew Ainsworth. Lucasfilm seeks to have the original judgment upheld in the U-K. The movie company claims that George Lucas and his artistic team designed the helmet and Ainsworth simply molded the design. Ainsworth has been selling Stormtrooper helmet replicas on his website for a few thousand U-S dollars for years.
And a humorous change to the legal system. Send out the studied attorneys and bring in the stand-up comedians. These days, legal clients are being represented by funny-guys on a new Direct-T-V courtroom drama. On the Supreme Court of Comedy, real-life small claims disputes are brought to justice with the help of celeb comics, including Sinbad, Tom Arnold, Paul Rodriguez and more. You can find Dom Irrera as the judge presiding over each case, shot at L-A’s famous Laugh Factory.
That’s your legal news for now. From Get-the-Daily-dot-com, I’m Dana Ward. Be sure to watch tomorrow for more news.
...Memphis police arrested Deputy Michael Hoard, 35, currently assigned to the Fugitive Bureau, yesterday afternoon. Investigators say Hoard was charged with two counts of aggravated assault... against both the victim and her unborn child... A witness told police that Hoard followed her to a closed area in the business and stuck a pistol in the back of her neck. The woman began screaming... In an unrelated incident, Tipton County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Deputy James Taber... Taber was charged with aggravated domestic assault and domestic assault in an incident involving his wife and stepdaughter...
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Pornography on the internet. Nothing new there. But the man behind the technology being sentenced to death? That’s a new one. Protesters led rallies in Ontario for the release of Saeed Malekpour, a programmer on death row in Iran for enabling a pornographic website. The twist is...Malekpour says he knew nothing about it.
We’re following coverage from CTV, The Toronto Star, United For Iran, The Iranian, and CBC.
Malekpour wrote a software system designed for image uploading and management.
CTV reports Malekpour, “admitted to writing the program but said he wasn't aware of how it was being used. His lawyer is appealing the death sentence.”
Iranian police arrested Malekpour when he came to the country in September of 2008 for quote "designing and operating pornographic websites, rioting against the regime and insulting Islamic sanctities." Malekpour came to Iran to visit his ailing father.
The Toronto Star reports Malekpour’s letters to his wife describe a brutal prison experience.
“....while I remained blindfolded and handcuffed, several individuals armed with cables, batons and fists struck and punched me.”
Malekpour says guards broke his jaw during the torture. In a report from United for Iran, Malekpour says he was forced to confess to the crimes.
“A large portion of my confession was extracted under pressure...and false promises of immediate release upon giving a false confession to whatever the interrogators dictated…”
Other Iranian sources worry the time Malekpour has to prove his innocence...is running short.
Iranian**** reports: "Sadly, Saeed Malekpour has not been provided a fair opportunity to defend himself from the charges laid against him. It is becoming increasingly obvious that this chance will never come.”
The questionable handling of the issue got media outlets talking across the Atlantic as well. Despite the protests in Canada, CBC explains why the government hasn’t tried harder to save his life.
Michael: “Now Malekpour is not a Canadian citizen. He is a computer engineer. For that reason, foreign affairs has not intervened. He is an Iranian national sentenced by an Iranian court.”
Malekpour’s wife, who is still living in Canada, has taken things into her own hands, setting up an online petition video along with a Facebook group.
In regards to the Malekpour protests in Canada,
The Star’s Olivia Ward called them, “a last-ditch effort to save his life.”
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Oklahoma City police arrested a man they said tried to run away after breaking into his ex-mother-in-law's home wearing high heels and women's clothes.