Since OP didn't do his job.
Oh hell yes. Saw this on ID, absolutely loved her reaction upon seeing her husband at the station.
All that false hope they gave her was amazing. I love how happy the older cop is at the end when he's complimenting the other officers on the fake crime scene.
I feel like only 16 years for setting someone up to be murdered isn't quite enough personally. In my mind that's almost just as bad as doing the deed yourself if no worse really. But either way, I'm glad at least some justice was served
Saudi diplomat who molested hotel intern loses appeal against conviction and sentence
One of the richest countries in the world, also one of the most socially backwards country in the world.
Unearned wealth. They basically pump their wealth from the ground for free while foreign workers run their systems, of course they're going to be scumbags.
Other rich countries with oil wealth (Norway?) are not cunts like this. I think the difference is their religion. Wahhabi Islam is so fucking insane.
What a piece of shit. He was trying to get himself acquitted by claiming the woman he groped did not seem disturbed enough when she left the room.
Richardson mailed three letters in May 2013 from her home in New Boston, near Texarkana, and then drove to a Shreveport, La., police station to implicate her estranged husband, who had filed for divorce.<
She sounds lovely - wouldn't hurt a fly
Even better when she claims she's a nice person who didn't want to hurt anyone.
I suppose that is why you tried to frame your ex-husband and for a federal terrorist action, using real chemical weapons, and making taunting threats toward the president in what appears to be a very direct attempt at getting her family SWATted.
But she never meant to hurt anyone.
I didn't want to hurt anyone.
I just wanted them to die slowly without any chance of an antidote.
Kind of hard to say you didn't want to hurt anyone when you mailed them Ricin in the mail...
I am glad this was placed on imgur rather than youtube. This guy does not deserve any ad revenue.
The girl was smooth as fuck.
She threw the card so he'd be using his hands to catch that instead of blocking the drink, which wouldn't have even worked since she gave it a little spin so it'd start spilling before even hitting him. Flawless execution.
Yea I'm so tired of prank channels on Youtube
Cop looks just like Bruno Mars in my opinion
He lift him with one hand.
yeah but seven feet taller, Bruno Mars is like -3 feet.
iirc last time this was posted, the shirtless kids were actually making fun of the kid in the uniform for having a job or something? And he was actually retaliating. Then the cop just sees this part and assumes the uniformed kid is the bully. Could be wrong though.
The fact that he even attempted to turn around and slowly bike away made the entire gif for me.
he turned and rode in the direction the car was going, genius!
My guy brought a bicycle to a car chase
When I saw the "oh shit" look on his face, I thought I was about to see the owner come into frame and tackle him. Even better that it was the cops.
Wow fuck that second customer. "I don't get a free cookie so I'm going to ruin this man's life by getting him fired"
What a shitty situation overall.
Poor dude buys a cop a brownie and gets shit from another customer then gets suspended.
I'm trying to figure out the mentality behind calling him a racist. He made it clear immediately that it wasn't a race issue and that he just supports police officers. Were they just shouting anything that might make him break down and buy them a friggin cookie?
The employee's mother, Tami Kurtz Randolph said the officer accepted his offer to pay for his order and was grateful. The kind incident took a turn when she said the family in line behind the officer got upset that her son didn't offer them the same.
"The next family walked up and said 'are you going to buy mine too?' My son replied with 'I'm sorry I bought his because he is wearing a badge'...... then this customer started verbally attacking him, calling my son a racist, & threatened to beat him up," said Randolph.
What the fuck, who fires an employee over this? What the hell is going on at that company?
There are so many pop ups and over lays I can't even read the article
But make sure not to use an ad blocker, most ads are totally not intrusive! /s
Doesn't a pride of lions manage to kill a group of poachers every week now or something?
I heard last week that an ISIS sniper won a golden ticket and got to go to Willie Wonka's factory, and ended up falling into one of the Oompa Loompa taffy stretching machines. He can't work as a sniper anymore because he's an 8-foot square. Pretty crazy.
Thought that meant a man shot a neighbor and tried to drown twin babies wasn't charged with anything and I got really upset.
Exactly what should have happened.
If there's ever a reason to shoot somebody this is it. I hope he doesn't feel guilty and realizes that those kids are alive because of him.
In court, Astacio said: "I don't think anyone has been punished this much for misdemeanor DUI."
It was bold of her to admit just how disconnected she is from the community members to which she hands down judgments.
I'm in the city and the case is a comedy. She had used her kids to pass her brethlizer and went to Thailand on a suprise vacation when she was supposed to be in court.
60 days in jail and a 3 years of probation is actually a really damn hefty sentence for a first-time DUI conviction in most places (assuming this is her first).
Her sentence is tough here because she violated the terms of her release, not just because of the DUI.
I'm absolutely stunned at the number of people here who appear to be her supporters. She was caught with DUI, she was caught with having her children bypass the ignition system, and she was found in contempt of a court order, with her "vacation" in Thailand.
I wonder how many people she jailed with contempt charges in her judicial career...
This is a clear case of privilege because of her perception of how special she is and because she thought she was above the law. She has to be held to a higher standard due to her vocation.