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VIDEO: Police Cadet Goes on Shooting Spree At Family Party, Armed Party Goer Takes Him Down

Police Cadet Michael William Little, of Knoxville, Tennessee was shot and killed after he opened fire on his ex-girlfriends family, killing one of the guests at the home, and wounding several others.  Little allegedly became hostile when he showed up at the house 2 weeks after him and his ex-girlfriend Ashley Womack broke up. When Little arrived, tensions escalated quickly, and after a quick argument he ran ...

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SHOCK VIDEO: DASH-CAM CAPTURES TRUCK DRIVER SAVING TWO FROM FIERY CRASH

Truck driver David Frederickson's dashboard-mounted camera captured his heroism as he saves a woman and her one year-old from a fiery crash. After a car t-bones a semi-truck, the semi's fuel tank ignites, causing a huge explosion on the I-10 in Biloxi, Mississippi. Watch below. As Frederickson pulled up to the scene of a horrific crash, the explosive collision was so intense, most would assume the worst for ...

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Man Struggling to Pay Bills In Shock As a Family Heirloom’s Auction Price Changes His Life Forever

L.T., or Big L.T. as some call him, was put on disability after suffering terrible foot injuries from a car crash. Since then, he has struggled to make ends meet. One day while watching television, he saw an episode of Antiques Roadshow in which a Navajo First Phase Weaving Blanket was featured. His family had kept a similar one that had been passed down through generations. Seeing the value of the blanket ...

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Cannabis-Based Batteries Could Charge Your Phone in Seconds—And Change the Way We Store Energy

On top of its vast medicinal benefits and a “high” that’s safer and mellower than alcohol, what if cannabis could also power a cheap, sustainable super battery and forever change the energy game? It sounds like a far-fetched dream cooked up by Cheech and Chong after a bong rip or three, but it’s possible, according to a team of researchers at the University of Alberta. During the American Chemical Society'  ...

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Read The Heartfelt Letter A Former Homeless Man Wrote To The Police Officer Who Changed His Life

In a letter posted on the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page and picked up by The Daily News, Terance Lunogren writes that he was down on his luck and living on the streets with his dog when Deputy Alex Alfonso approached him and helped get his life on track. “I was homeless and unemployed for a long period,” the letter reads. “I am the guy with the little white dog. We were at large because w ...

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Armed Robber Shot and Killed at Hookah Shop Where Owners Encouraged Employees to Carry Guns

A hookah/smoke shop in Albuquerque , New Mexico had been robbed several times in the past. The robberies got so bad that the owners of the shop encouraged their employees to carry firearms while working. That policy proved to be the correct one on Sunday afternoon. According to KOB4, a suspected armed robber was shot dead by a person working at the shop during a robbery attempt. The suspect was found alread ...

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New LAW Makes It LEGAL TO SHOOT THE POLICE

Finally some rational legislation is passed concerning ‘public servants’ unlawfully entering another person’s property. All too often, we see examples of cops breaking into the wrong house and shooting the family dog, or worse, killing a member of the family. Well, Indiana has taken action to “recognize the unique character of a citizen’s home and to ensure that a citizen feels secure in his or her own home ...

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Monsanto Ordered to Pay $93 Million for Poisoning Citizens!

Big wins can happen in small places. The West Virginia State Supreme Court finalized a big blow to the biotech giant Monsanto this month, finishing a settlement causing Monsanto to pay $93 million to the tiny town of Nitro, West Virginia for poisoning citizens with Agent Orange chemicals. The settlement was approved last year, but details were worked out only weeks ago as to how the funds were to be spent. ...

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Libertarians Fight For Fair Ballot Position

The New Jersey Libertarian Party is considering legal action after the New Jersey Division of Elections declared that the Democrats and Republicans had met the voter threshold to get advantageous positions on the general election ballot. Usually, the Democrats and Republicans get the preferred far-left positions on the ballot. Then any remaining candidates are listed to the right, and their positions are ch ...

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This is Why You Should Always Videotape the Police

“I now have a policy to film every police officer that stops to avoid being brutally beaten and arrested for no reason.” Cheers Nates Vlogs! This is how its done. If you choose to record the police you can reduce the risk of terrible legal consequences and video loss by understanding your state’s laws and carefully adhering to the following rules. 7 rules for recording police. Rule #1: Know the Law (Whereve ...

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Hidden Cameras Catch People’s Reactions To ‘Reverse Racism’. The Results Will Surprise You

An interracial couple (consisting of two actors) entered a predominately African-American barbershop as part of ABC's popular 'What Would You Do' hidden camera segments.   These two, along with another actress playing a hairdresser, would set a scene that would test the morality of everyone within earshot.   The scenario? The white actress would enter toward the end of her actor/interracial boyfri ...

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