University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing has been indicted for murder in the shooting of Samuel Dubose, an unarmed black man. According to prosecutor Joseph Deters, video captured by Tensing’s body camera was the critical piece of evidence in the decision to pursue charges. Does this mean that cameras work?
Not only did this Chiefs fan get tasered at last night's preseason game, he went through the ordeal while suffering the indignity of having a meme shouted at him by the peanut gallery.
Also a butt crack.
From ClickOrlando, and via tipster Joshua K., comes this tale about how "a Florida Highway Patrol trooper was attacked in Orlando early Thursday by a man wearing a Darth Vader mask."
Normally, this would just be a paragraph from a news article, complete with a link to the media outlet from which it was quoted. But the Tale of Chad Brothers of Troy is so amazingly amazing that that just won't cut it. That photo came from his Facebook page which he apparently opened, oh, a day earlier. So, off we…
"A fistfight broke out overnight in a convenience store parking lot right next to a KENS 5 news truck, and one of the two combatants was later arrested. San Antonio police had to use a taser on a transgender individual who had been involved in the heated fight. ... Investigators said the suspect hurled a shoe at…
Just in case there was any confusion about what type of stun gun Leroy McKelvey used in the MetLife Stadium brawl, TASER® spokesperson Steve Tuttle would like to clarify that it was most definitely not a TASER®. For your records:
Yesterday we discovered that Bucs safety Donte Nicholson withstood the first police tasing without being impacted. Now comes the rumor that the Baltimore Ravens bet their teammate Marshal Yanda $1,500 that he couldn't withstand a taser. According to the Baltimore Sun, Yanda collected.
Is it just me or per capita do people get arrested more in Tampa than any other city? You'd think with a strip club like Mons Venus everyone would always be in a good mood. Sadly, that's not the case. The latest Tampa casualty? Bucs safety Donte Nicholson.