The worst thing that can happen to anyone is to be the victim of a crime, especially a brutal crime.
One woman endured a brutal and senseless attack in front of her 3-year-old child when a man broke into her Millburn, New Jersey, home while they were sitting together watching cartoons, Friday, June 21, according to the New York Daily News. The man immediately began punching the woman in her face, kicking in her face after returning from her upstairs, and all in front of her child, who he did not acknowledge in any way.
The woman also had an 18-month-old child sleeping upstairs, who she probably feared he would harm, but he did not. Police reported that the perpetrator robbed the woman for an “undetermined amount of jewelry” and Continue reading →
Criminals used to go after purses and were even labeled purse snatchers. But now, the purses better be quite valuable to get their attention because now they’re after your phone.
Bus riders at a Colombia, Bogata bus terminal were witness to a cell phone snatching gone wrong. The guy thought he was being smooth and stealth, but he was quite awkward and clumsy. He went into a tug-of-war with the woman before trying to make a run for it…an awful run for it. Continue reading →
Have problems between you and a co-worker escalated to the level of gun play and/or an altercation? There are too many of you with your hands up! And those of you raising your hands, stop reading right here. We don’t want to be the cause of you losing your job because you got some bright idea from this story.
Japanese police arrested Tatsujiro Fukazawa, 40, for allegedly trying to kill a female co-worker by putting hydrofluoric acid in her shoes. The acid burned her left foot so badly, that the tips of all five toes caused gangrene and the tips of all five toes had to be removed, according to CNN. Continue reading →
It’s a wonder that many of the speeches given by the president and other government officials go over without a hitch. Remember when the journalist threw the shoe at Bush’s head over in Iraq?
Well, Kansas City’s mayor, Sly James, didn’t get a shoe to the head, but during his state of the city speech, a mad man ran up on the stage, knocked over a flag, and commandeered the mic from Sly and made a brief statement to the crowd before being hustled to the ground by intense security. Continue reading →
What is going on in the New York City subway stations lately? They have now become one of the most dangerous modes of transportation in New York.
The latest death occurred on Thursday night on the NYC subway platform–the second in one month–after a person described as a woman following a man and mumbling to herself before she pushed him to his death, according to the Huffington Post. Continue reading →
Some people don’t mind being herded like cattle and braving the Black Friday lines, so long as they get the best deal on that unforgettable, priceless item, they simply must have. But do they mind getting stabbed in a Black THURSDAY line for that priceless item?
One man was caught in one of those lines and he was serious about stabbing someone if they stepped on his kids in line. I’m not judging, but WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN A BLACK FRIDAY LINE WITH CHILDREN?! Aren’t you supposed to be out trying to get stuff for your kids? I guess not! Continue reading →
Today people all over the planet, that have heard this story, are applauding and cheering for a father who took the law in his own hands when he caught a man preparing to do the unthinkable to his daughter.
A 4-year-old in Shiner, Texas, is safe and sound in her home today because of her father’s heroic actions during a party at her home. Continue reading →
There are some really good people in the world and they are not properly acknowledged. The feel good stories are not plentiful enough, so we are going to blast a great one coming out of China. Finally, we can talk about a child being saved rather than attacked.
A little boy in Guangzhou, China is noticed hanging by his head from his parent’s four-story apartment building by a neighbor in the apartment below. Continue reading →