Project Veritas has released the first installment in an undercover video series unmasking the deep state. The video features a State Department employee, Stuart Karaffa, engaged in radical socialist political activity on the taxpayer's dime, while advocating for government resistance. Stuart Karaffa is also a ranking member of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America (Metro DC DSA.)
Stuart Karaffa is just the first federal government employee that Project Veritas has filmed in an undercover series unmasking the deep state. More video reports are to be released soon.
Bills fan get into fight in traffic.
A Santa Barbara teenager who discovered a purse with $10,000 in cash this week while walking home from school returned all the money to its rightful owner.
Cop pushes man into some recycling bins & then goes for his friend.
An Ohio magistrate stormed out of his Cincinnati courtroom in full judicial robe and chased down a woman in an act that wound up costing him his job.
Judge Michael Bachman was presiding over a trial on Sept. 4 when he heard a commotion in the hallway.
A woman was allegedly screaming at the top of her lungs because she was told she was 30 minutes late to file court papers.
Bachman walked out of his courtroom to check out what was going on, and darted after the woman, running through hallways. When he caught up with her, he ordered her back into the courtroom.
Let these beautiful eyes take you to dreamland
She paid the price for running her mouth
Shocking footage showing a South Korean pastor beating her followers and ordering them to beat one another has emerged as Korean police investigate claims that she ran a cult in Fiji, forcing people to work without pay and endure violent rituals.
The footage appears to show violent assaults on members of the South Korean Grace Road Church.
Pastor Shin Ok-ju was arrested last month along with three other church leaders when they landed at Incheon airport just outside of Seoul. Roughly 400 of her followers had moved to Fiji since 2014 after Shin predicted a famine would come across the Korean peninsula and that Fiji was a promised land where they could survive.
However, once the group arrived, former members claim their passports were confiscated and they were made to work without pay and perform ritual beatings on each other, called “threshing floors”.
Again, this is why it's a really bad idea to tailgate a motorist at speed.
A man was knocked out cold in a brutal street brawl, which also saw a woman get punched as she tried to split the fighting up.
The apparently drunk men started attacking each other in the middle of the road after stopping their cars in the western Russia town of Dolgoprudny.
A video, that was later shared online, shows a man wearing a purple hoodie being brutally knocked down by one of the angry yobs.
A man trying to enjoy a pint at a pub was harassed by bullies who repeatedly slapped him across the face as they laughed and danced.
The young men recorded video of themselves smacking the man over and over until he finally has enough and walks away from them.
The sickening footage - which shows the group taunting the man before slapping him a number of times and laughing in his face - has sparked outrage online.
One of the men offers a big, toothy grin and dances around as music blares in the background.
Do you know the men in the video or the pub? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT: Shocking footage shows the man firing a bullet into his stomach and then dropping to his knees in pain as a worried friend asks him if he's dying
A young man testing a bulletproof vest accidentally killed himself when fired a shot into his stomach at point-blank range.
Shocking footage shows the man firing a bullet into the vest and then dropping to his knees in pain.
He throws the handgun to the ground and holds his left hand to his stomach, as a worried pal asks: "F***, are you dying? Are you really wounded, bro?"
The wounded man doesn't say anything as he takes off the vest - said to be the same kind of armour worn by Russian special forces - and collapses on the floor.
Anthony Torres has gone viral after being filmed by a passenger on a New Jersey transit train - He is seen shaving off his beard. Anthony was on his way from a homeless shelter and wanted to clean himself up.
This is the gut-wrenching moment a nine-year-old boy was dragged down the road and thrown into a parked car by a hit-and-run rider.
The stolen moped failed to slow down after clattering into the child and even sped off as the victim was sent flying in Whitehawk Road, Brighton on Sunday lunchtime.
Harrowing footage shows the little boy being hit by the bike's front wheel, briefly being dragged along before being slammed head first along the road.
Sussex Police are hunting for the rider and pillion passenger who may be part of a gang of motorcycle thieves operating in the city.
The little boy was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious head injuries, but miraculously survived and has been discharged.
Vile footage has emerged of boxer Billy Joe Saunders playing a cruel prank on a street drug addict. Saunders pretends to be selling crack cocaine to the addict before getting her to assault a passer by.
At least one dead after two tornadoes touch down from Florence storm.
Police are on the lookout for a man who turned his toddler into a tiny thief, using the child to steal from a mall arcade game in Salem, New Hampshire.
The man had the little girl climb into the KeyMaster game last week through the area where prizes are dispensed, captured by witnesses show. The toddler then grabbed prizes from inside and passed them to the man on the outside.
Bystanders witnessed the theft at the Mall at Rockingham Park around 6 p.m. on Friday, police said. Authorities released of the incident on Monday.
Hannah Forese, who works at a Red Robin restaurant near the game in the mall, reported the incident to security after customers mentioned what was going on, the Union Leader reports.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of a suspect shot and killed by deputies near Sedalia last month, along with body camera and dash-camera footage of the incident that shows frantic officers opening fire on a man they believed had shot at another deputy. The sheriff's office announced Aug. 31 on Twitter that officers had shot and killed an armed suspect, now confirmed as Paul Askins, 61, of Colorado Springs, but declined to release his identity prior to Sept. 17, citing the open investigation. Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said a routine stop for a traffic violation escalated into the shooting when officers attempted to question Askins, who they now know was wanted for two felony warrants and had a criminal history in Colorado and Texas. “I just wanted to have the opportunity to share with you a little bit of information about what took place on Aug. 31,” Spurlock said at a Sept. 17 news conference. The shooting began when the driver of a pickup truck was pulled over for making an unsafe turn in front of two deputies on US Highway 85 near Delva Road at approximately 4:41 p.m. that day.
Officers spoke to the truck's occupants for roughly 20 minutes and after checking identifications, learned the driver had a restraining order against her for a man matching Askins' description. Askins was a passenger in the vehicle's backseat.While officers tried to determine if Askins was in fact the protected person in that retraining order, he gave them multiple names, raising their suspicion, Spurlock said. They had asked Askins to get out of the vehicle so they could further question him when he opened the truck's door with a handgun pointed at them. In total, three officers were involved in the shooting — two deputies who made the initial traffic stop while working from the same vehicle and a third undercover officer who was in the area at the time of the call and stopped to assist them. Footage shows the undercover officer and one deputy were to the left and rear of the truck as a third deputy stood on the truck's right, back passenger door where Askins was seated.
The deputy asked Askins to exit the truck moments before he opened the door with a gun raised. The deputy sprung back, falling down into the ditch and appeared to shoot at Askins from the ground. Within seconds, all three officers fired their weapons at Askins after he ignored the deputy's command not to move and continued advancing toward the fallen deputy, gun raised. “Shots fired,” an officer shouted as a deputy is seen from his body camera footage reloading his weapon and approaching Askins, who fell to the ground after officers opened fire. Spurlock said the undercover officer and the deputy believed Askins had shot at the deputy standing by his door when they fired their weapons. All three officers were placed on administrative leave and two have returned to duty. The third has not returned for reasons unrelated to the case, Spurlock said. The sheriff confirmed in the Sept. 17 news conference Askins was wanted for felony charges and likely gave officer multiple names to avoid being identified.
Spurlock said they are still determining if the gun he attempted to use against officers was legally purchased. Court records show Askins was charged with a slew of felonies from El Paso County, including drug possession, felony menacing with a real or simulated weapon and sexual contact without consent, among others. The active warrants were for second-degree burglary and failure to appear in court, according to the sheriff's office. Three people — two women and a man — were in the truck with Askins but none were injured or charged with crimes related to this or other incidents. Some details in the case haven't been released yet because the investigation is on-going, Spurlock said, including names of the officers involved. The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting to determine if officers were justified in using lethal force. Spurlock said his agency's investigation is being aided by the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office.
May 18, 2017: Mueller was appointed Special Counsel on May 17, 2017. The next day Strzok and Page exchanged text messages in a discussion of whether Strzok should join the Special Counsel’s investigation. Strzok wrote: “For me, and this case, I personally have a sense of unfinished business. I unleashed it with MYE [Midyear Exam, the investigation into Clinton’s emails]. Now I need to fix it and finish it.” Later in the same exchange, Strzok, apparently while weighing his career options, made this comparison: “Who gives a f*ck, one more A[ssistant] D[irector]…[versus] [a]n investigation leading to impeachment?” Later in this exchange, Strzok stated, “you and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there” [Emphasis added].
Paratroopers performing parachute jump from helicopter. Video also include footage of fast ropping from a CH-53 in the second part of the video.
This is the hilarious moment a pub-goer attempts to pull off the 'Worm' dance move - before falling flat on his face and kicking drinks into the air.
The amusing footage, filmed by close pal Tim Martin, shows the 44-year-old man dropping down to perform his "party trick".
The Worm is a dance motion associated with breakdancing when the dancer lies prone position and forms a rippling motion through their body.
In this case, the 'dancer', who did not wish to be named, can be seen trying to perform the Worm - also known as the Swan dive - but as he drops down, his legs kick a table behind him.
Grand Rapids police have released the body camera footage of an officer shooting a dog. It happened early Friday morning in the 1700 block of Kalamazoo Avenue SE.
Officers were called to the scene on a report of an aggressive dog chasing people around the area. Police said officers spent 30 minutes trying to capture the dog and to identify and get in contact with its owner.
At that point, police say the dog charged at an officer in the street after it charged at a neighbor exiting their house. The officer shot the dog twice as it approached him. Police say the dog is still alive and has been reunited with its owner.
This time we tried being very proactive in letting people know not to park in unauthorized spaces. In addition to the signs, the staff member on duty was using the intercom speakers to alert drivers. Some people just won't listen.
He wasn't ready.
A man armed with a shotgun got more than he bargained for when trying to steal a truck from an Albuquerque business. Instead of a free ride, surveillance video shows the victim wrestling away the suspect’s shotgun before he could use it. Albuquerque Policesay the shotgun-wielding man and another male suspect ram from the scene.
How does Elon Musk’s “Not a Flamethrower” compare to a real M9 military flamethrower? Or even to the XM34 flamethrower?
Brenda Mullins, from Detroit, said she spread dog feces on her neighbor's door handle after her dogs 'messed' in her yard.
Location - China
Baby monitors are a great way to keep an eye on your child when they are asleep.
But one dad said he found something terrifying lurking above his daughter's cot.
As 13-month-old Ella slept peacefully, a creepy white light ominously hovered above.
Her dad, Stephen Armstrong, admitted he was left a little terrified by what he saw.
The 31-year-old told Chronicle Live : “I just froze and I didn’t move.
A Chinese farmer has designed and built what might be the most ridiculous robot you've ever seen.
Fu Zhenlin, 54, who says he's a part-time inventor, built a bizarre crab-like android and unveiled it to the world on September 12.
A video, filmed by one of his friends at his home in Heihe City in northern China, shows Fu taking the creature for a spin around his workshop.
Two of his friends also have a go at 'driving' the robot, which appears to be jittery and relatively hard to control.
A BMW driver who got fed up at waiting at red traffic light caused a five car crash when he decided to cross the junction anyway.
Shocking dashcam footage from inside the white BMW shows the horrific collision as another car ploughs into the side of the black SUV.
The black car flips and rolls along the road, critically injuring two people.
The crash on Varfolomeeva Street in the city of Rostov-on-Don in south-western Russian saw the black car smash into three other cars before coming to a stop.
A man in his 80s scared off a gunman and two hammer-wielding raiders after they attempted to rob the bookmakers where he was a customer.
Plucky punter Denis O'Connor took on the raiders at Bar One bookies on September 15.
He said that he did not hesitate to help despite the risk to his own life as raiders attacked manager Tim Murphy.
Denis told the Irish Sun: "Tim is a very nice young man and I just couldn't not help him, I ignored the fellow with the gun and I just went behind the counter."
Shocking footage posted to viral site Reddit shows three men wearing balaclavas and tracksuits running into the bookies - two armed with hammers and one with what appears to be a gun.
A tearful little girl was rescued from underneath a train, after falling off the platform after it arrived in the station.
The three-year-old girl had been waiting to board the train with her mother when she slipped into the gap.
Passengers and staff rushed over to help as the terrified youngster could be heard sobbing.
According to reports, the train was stationary at the time of the accident, having just arrived at Nanning Railway Station just seconds earlier.
This is the shocking moment a bouncy castle was flipped upside down with two children on it after being hit by strong winds from a passing typhoon.
CCTV of the incident shows bystanders fleeing for safety as the large inflatable object is swept up by the wind and turned over.
The accident happened outside the Youa International Plaza shopping complex in Changde, a city in central China's Hunan province , on September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut ripped through the area.
Shocking images show two men and a woman sparked in the street after apparently taking zombie drug Spice.
The scene was captured by marketing boss Daniel Heald in Blackburn, Lancashire, who branded it "disturbing".
Pedestrians can be seen walking past the trio, who were collapsed in broad daylight.
One of them is seen in a bright red tracksuit, and remained on the ground after the other two walked off.
Mr Healey, 35, said: "It's completely freaked me out, they look like the addicts are virtually dead.
Moment camel goes on a wild circus rampage injuring seven people including children at a show in Pittsburgh, USA.
Police officers scrambled to Saxon Road, a residential street in north-west Luton, after the violent brawl broke out on Sunday.
The identities of the victims are unknown, and police are not thought to have made any arrests in connection with the attack.
Video footage shared on social media showed young men gesturing and jostling in the street.
Eyewitness Nazmul Islam, who works in a nearby takeaway, told the Mirror Online: "I saw two people who had been wounded.
"Some ambulances came and they were treated. Both of them were boys, about 18 to 20 years old. I saw that they were bleeding."
Bedfordshire Police said: "We were called to Saxon Road in Luton after receiving reports of a large number of individuals fighting.
"Emergency services are at the scene and some people have been taken to hospital after reports of stab wounds."
In a later statement, the force said: "Seven people are currently being treated in hospital and one is in a critical condition.
The Daily Mail reported:
As Biden began his speech, a few people in the crowd yelled ‘Run Joe!’ He replied: ‘Thank you.’
He also used his remarks to rally the crowd to ‘demand more of our leaders.’
‘What has become of us?’ he said. ‘Our children are listening and our silence is complicit.’
He also told the crowd of LBGT supporters that they have a fight ahead of them, point out it’s those against them who have a friend in the Trump.
‘Some of them are the dregs of society,’ Biden said. ‘They, not you, have an ally in the White House.’
‘Those who try to excuse this kind of prejudice in the name of culture, I say, ‘Prejudice is prejudice and humanity is humanity — it is a crime,’ Biden said, urging those to oppose Trump to stay engaged. ‘Our work is not yet done by any stretch of the imagination. The stakes are much too high.’
‘This is deadly earnest, we are in a fight for America’s soul,’ he said.
Both Bidens were met with tremendous applause and goodwill from the heavily Democratic crowd.