WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT: Mum Elyssia Watkins said she was shocked to see the footage of daughter Carrigan being tortured
Horrifying footage shows cruel teenagers allegedly torturing a screaming one-year-old girl with a Taser while laughing hysterically.
The distressing clip, which was shared on Snapchat, has prompted a police investigation in Conway, Arkansas, in the US.
Three teenage girls - who were babysitting the child - are now in juvenile detention, and the young girl's parents have voiced their disbelief.
Thankfully she did not suffer serious injuries.
Mum Elyssia Watkins said she was shocked to see the footage of daughter Carrigan being tortured after she was shown by a friend.
One of the teens is allegedly seen slapping Carrigan in a clip, which emerged on Monday.
How does Walmart keep prices so insanely low? Well, apparently by selling you dead fish. Look at these shelves FULL of them!
Super Typhoon Maria made landfall in southeastern China's Fujian Province today (July 11), bringing strong wind and flash floods.
Dramatic video shows strong winds whipping the plastic washing basins around in the air and trees being bent backwards in Fuzhou City.
Flooding water submerge streets, overflowing into residential homes.
Why does Hillary Clinton take credit for Obama's Iran deal when she advocated attacking them in 2008?
Watch as a massive group of Middle Eastern and African migrants ballot out in the streets throwing rocks and anything else they can grab it one another over a dispute on who is allowed the free public housing buildings that Germany is snatching from its own citizens in order to house the millions of migrants besieging their nation.
Conrad Murray, 65, who spent two years in prison for involuntary manslaughter following Michael Jackson's death in 2009, made the allegation in a taped statement published by website The Blast.
In the video, Murray called Joe Jackson, who died last month aged 89, "one of the worst fathers to his children in history".
"The cruelty, expressed by Michael, that he experienced at the hand of his father, particularly the bad treatment, and moreover the fact that he was chemically castrated to maintain his high-pitched voice, is beyond words," said Murray.
The strange animal was discovered floating along the shore of a beach in China.
Locals were scared to approach it at first but then one man picked it up to get a photo next to it.
When he did, he was left stunned as the animal began moving its head and limbs.
A video of the phenomenon was shared online, where it soon gained popularity.
It has since been posted on YouTube channel The Hidden Underbelly, where it has racked up more that one thousand hits already.
What did Honda’s super-fast Mean Mower need? More power, of course.
The Japanese manufacturer, also known for its cars, jets, motorcycles and marine engines, wants to reclaim its title for making the fastest lawn mower in the world. The original Mean Mower could hit 130 mph and set a Guinness Book record at 116.575 mph in 2014. The current record-holder, a modified Viking mower made by a Norwegian group, hit a top speed of 134 mph a year later.
Honda’s U.K. division and Team Dynamics are working on Mean Mower V2 and targeting a top speed of 150 mph. The new riding mower, a modified Honda HF 2622 lawn tractor, will have almost double the power of the original Mean Mower, using a 999cc four-cylinder motorcycle engine that generates more than 190 horsepower at 13,000 rpm.
And yes, the Mean Mower will still cut grass. The previous model was able to mow the lawn at speeds up to about 15 mph. Mean Mower V2 will sport carbon-fiber blades powered by electric motors.
Thousands of people are expected to protest President Donald Trump's official visit to the UK this week. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has given permission for a large 'angry baby' ballon of Trump to fly over London at the protest which has been criticized.
Michelle Booker-Hicks was paying for her gas at a Shell station. Suddenly, she saw a man climb into her car, which had her two sons, both aged four, in the back. Booker-Hicks jumped into the front passenger seat and shouted at him to stop.
But he ignored her and carried on her driving. She then grabbed her gun from her glove box and opened fire, shooting the carjacker in the face, hitting him under his right eye.
Dozens of rowdy football fans fired missiles at police as celebrations over France 's World Cup semi-final win against Belgium turned ugly.
Gendarmes were forced to fire tear gas to disperse the hostile crowd as they threw objects in their direction near Paris' Champs Elysee.
Debris including plastic traffic barriers, metal railings and even a sofa were all placed in the middle of the street after thousands massed near the Arc de Triomphe monument to celebrate the French victory.
A line of riot police and armoured vehicles were mobilised to remove the agitated mob from the area.
Fleeing protesters erected barricades using metal railings to disrupt their advance through the street.
These are the first first pictures of the 12 boys recovering in hospital after being rescued from a cave in northern Thailand where they spent 17 days trapped underground.
The plight of the young football team captured the attention of the world.
The dozen boys and their soccer coach were rescued from inside a flooded Thai cave and lost an average of 2 kg (4.4 lb) during their 17-day ordeal but were generally in good condition and showed no signs of stress, a senior health official said on Wednesday.
The BBC has reported that the boys and coach were heavily-sedated and only semi-conscious for their treacherous journey out of the cave.
This was because, having never dived before, there was considered to be a high risk of panic in the darkness and cold, swirling water of the cave.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke on the Senate floor Monday attacking Democratic opposition to President Donald Trump’s future Supreme Court nominee, citing Democrats’ historical panic at conservative SCOTUS nominees.
“Back in 1975, they assailed the nomination of John Paul Stephens. They said he lacked impartiality and opposed women’s rights … So these far left groups have been at the same scare tactics for over 40 years,” McConnell said. “This far left rhetoric comes out every single time. The apocalypse never comes.”
“No matter their qualifications, no matter their record, no matter their reputation, it’s the same hyperbole, the same accusations, the same old story,” McConnell said.
McConnell also cited the nomination of David Souter, who turned out to be a fairly liberal justice under former President George H. W. Bush.
South Africa's Johannesburg was once labeled the gem of all of Africa, now that the antiwhite genocidal dictator has taken over this is what the once beautiful city has become.
The liberal media loves to make up stories, this one might write itself! Watch as a cameraman trips over a pile of bags lying on the ground seconds after the UK's Boris Johnson raises his hand. Does he actually possessed some Jedi mind Powers? Liberal media will make sure that people believe he does.
Watch as this charity organizations building is destroyed and robbed by a unruly mob of Ethiopians demanding even more freebies that that charity was simply unable to provide.
Watch as more ungrateful African migrants DEMAND freebies that the government can no longer afford. So they resort to violence like attack in Spaniards and their businesses while threatening to shut down the entire country in the process if their demands are not met.
Bream repeatedly elaborated on her tweets during Fox News @ Night with the first coming while speaking to Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse in the A-Block.
Sasse pointed out that the interview was supposed to have taken place at the Court, but “it was a little loud out there” and Bream added that “it got a little too rowdy out there at the Court tonight.”
“Last year, there were certainly protesters out there and there was definitely opposition to justice Gorsuch upon his name being announced that night. Tonight, we saw something different. We did have a plan to have our show out their live. It got so volatile at points that we — we ultimately didn't feel like it would be safe to do an hour of live television out there,” she explained.
Throughout the show, she again hinted at it, telling panelists at the end of one segment that “[t]here’s definitely no kumbaya happening out there on the steps, but there is here tonight” while stating in another to Tony Perkins that there were “folks out there on the steps of the Supreme Court” that aren’t fans of him.
Preplanned protests around the country by Democrats resulted in numerous arrests after their Democrat terrorists resorted to violence against the police and anyone else attempting to protect the buildings these leftist terrorist were attempting to storm.
New York City was the epicenter of the chaos and liberals attempted to storm Trump Towers in order to voice their outrage over a Supreme Court nominee they had absolutely no time to do any research on.
Brazilians were not kind to the soccer players that just were ousted from the World Cup! Watch as the bus that's carrying the World Cup team gets pelted with rocks and eggs.
If you are looking for some cultural enrichment, perhaps you come to the wrong place! The Muslim migrants that are currently besieging France and other nations around the EU are now resorting the stealing ambulances just for fun.
Friday was to be their last night of a week-long mission trip to Haiti. But as violent protests over sharply rising fuel prices shook the island nation, a dozen members of North Albemarle Baptist Church still took refuge Monday in an orphanage outside the capital city.
The Stanly County residents were among several church groups from the Carolinas stranded as protesters barricaded roads. Canceled flights only slowly began resuming.
"The main concern for our folks is food and clean water, and because of the rioting and violence they're having some difficulty retrieving those things," said the Rev. Brad Lynch, North Albemarle Baptist's lead pastor. "Our team is booked on a flight for 9 a.m. Wednesday, but the concern for us is getting them to the aircraft."
Plans to board a flight out Sunday were aborted when the group's Haitian contacts found that armed civilians still barricaded roads and were charging tolls to motorists. The unrest left businesses burned and looted.
A Russian Progress cargo spacecraft on a Soyuz booster carrying supplies for the International Space Station crew has successfully completed its record-breaking two-orbit trip in less than four hours.
Five people, including three children, have been killed in a mass shooting in the state of Delaware.
Delaware State Police are investigating the deaths of five people found inside a home on Monday night.
Authorities confirmed that a 42-year-old man, 41-year-old woman, and three children under the age of eight died of apparent gunshot wounds.
Delaware State Police said there is no concern for public safety.
One neighbour told 6ABC: "We're kind of in shock.
This massive man caught this Syrian refugee snapping pictures of young girls in their swimsuits while at the pool, needless to say he didn't take it lightly, as you can see.
Feminists in the United States and Europe love to claim that Islam is actually a religion of feminism, only idiots with believe that! This Muslim woman admits that she did go outside without her burqa her husband would literally kill her!
A New York man nearly ran over a campaign volunteer at a Long Island congressman’s re-election headquarters Friday after threatening to kill supporters of the lawmaker and President Donald Trump, police said.
Martin Astrof, 75, was arrested outside his home shortly afterward and charged with making a terroristic threat and second-degree reckless endangerment, FOX5 New York reported.
Astrof had driven to the Nesconset, N.Y., campaign office of U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin, and become "irate with a campaign worker” and threatened to kill him and Trump supporters, police said.
Authorities said that after making the threats, Astrof backed his car up in an “aggressive manner,” nearly striking the worker before driving home.
Cabot Phillips: "Reaction to the justice that nominated today?"
Student: "I’m honestly not surprised for his choice."
Student 2: "I just saw the pick and I was like, like it’s almost to the point where you almost expect that it’s not going to be what you want."
Student 3: "He’s quite young, extreme in his views and I don’t know if he would make the Supreme Court very even."
Americans who care about their basic civil liberties, clean air and water, and indeed life on planet Earth as we know it, should be terrified, the media has frantically warned over the last two weeks, as President Trump will soon be picking a nominee for the Supreme Court. In the moments after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would be retiring from America’s highest court two weeks ago, the media went into hyperbole overdrive, issuing one dire warning after another. MSNBC's Ali Velshi narrated a segment listing various things gay Americans will likely lose under the new court. "If I were involved in a same-sex marriage" in a conservative state, Velshi said, "I'd be panicking." MSNBC analyst Midwin Charles said that with the exception of "straight, white males," everyone should be "freaking out" about the next Supreme Court justice.
An editor at the Daily Beast, Erin Gloria Ryan, said that if Trump were to pick a woman for the job, she should be known as the villain in "A Handmaid's Tale" due to her anticipated antipathy to preserving federal abortion guarantees. Another CNN guest, Neal Katyal, said the next justice could take the Court "in a really dangerous direction." MSNBC's Rachel Maddow cautioned that birth control could soon become illegal and told viewers that this is a "pull the fire alarm moment." MSNBC contributor Al Sharpton cryptically cautioned: "All human and civil rights are at stake." CNN contributor and MoveOn.org adviser, Karine Jean-Pierre, said the rights of workers, women, gays and transgenders "could be gone." -- "Everything is at stake when you’re looking at the SCOTUS pick, everything that we worked for for decades is on stake, abortion, working — worker’s rights, everything, same-sex marriage, LGBTQ rights, everything that we have worked so hard for now could be gone," Jean Pierre warned.
CNN's Baraki Sellers said the damage won't just be over the short-term, but will last "for generations to come." Washington Post columnist and MSNBC contributor, Jennifer Rubin, predicted the post-Kennedy Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade, which will lead to "50 civil wars" as the states all decide for themselves what their abortion laws should be. Another MSNBC guest, Dorothy Roberts, took things even further. Once states ban abortion, women will likely be arrested for having miscarriages and stillbirths: "There is already criminalization of pregnant women for harming a fetus. This began in the late 1980’s, early 1990’s, when black women primarily were being prosecuted for drug use during pregnancy. Women were thrown in jail right after giving birth, and that has exacerbated recently with states passing fetal protection laws, and prosecutors already pitting women in jail for stillbirths, for miscarriages and for botched apportions. So already women have been imprisoned for harming a fetus. And abortion is — it’s a very thin line between putting a woman in prison for a stillbirth or a miscarriage that she’s blamed for, for something she did during her pregnancy, and criminalizing abortions."
Democrat lawmakers also frequented the airwaves to issue apocalyptic warnings. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) told MSNBC that Trump is "literally trying to punish women" with his forthcoming Supreme Court nominee. "It's an issue of life or death," she added emphatically. And in a separate rally, Gillibrand said this nominee will determine "whether we are going to criminalize women, whether we are going to be arresting women for making decisions about their bodies." -- "This is not a fire drill," she exhorted. "This is not a hypothetical case.” At the same rally, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) said "some of the precious ideals of our country" could be lost after Kennedy's replacement takes the court. Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragan (D-Calif.) said Trump's Supreme Court legacy will "turn back the clock a hundred years. It’s creating an era of disenfranchisement."
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) predicted presidential abuses of authority will become greater: "What’s at stake are [Americans'] constitutional rights, the protection against the abuses of power by the president, by Congress, by corporate America and reversing the long-standing precedents of the Supreme Court.” California Attorney General Kamala Harris said the next SCOTUS justice will likely mean "the destruction of the Constitution." Sen. Blumenthal (D-Conn.) suggested that virtually all life on Earth is threatened: "The first point is to take it to the American people to show them what’s at stake, to mobilize them and say to them your health care rights and protection against precondition existing abuses is at stake, clean air and water that you use and breathe is at stake, the future of your rights to reproduction decisions is at stake and also to our colleagues."
The unprecedented imbizo called by Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini this past week to defend the Ingonyama Trust land is a clear and worrying indication that the land expropriation without compensation issue, if handled badly, poses a serious and real challenge to South Africa’s unity, peace and stability. It need not.
It’s strange that it is becoming a source of division within the black community, and yet land has historically been a rallying point that unified black people from different cultural and tribal backgrounds. Land, the world over, has the propensity to unite and divide people, depending on how they relate to it.
Those that relate to it as owners unite to keep it and pass it down to their future generations. Those who are dispossessed of it unite to fight and gain access to it, to also pass it on to future generations.
In countries marked by the historical legacies of colonial and apartheid dispossession and exploitation, the divisions tend to be between those who own the land and those feel that their ancestors were disposed of their land by those who own the land. That is why we are where we are.