A man was tasered while he was handcuffed.
One of the cops was explaining to the man’s mother why they handcuffed him.
The police explained that he was asked to stop, but did not do so. The man started yelling to police saying “read me my f****** rights.” He told police that he wasn’t going anywhere until they read him his rights.
The cop then places a taser gun behind his left shoulder and told the him he was about to be tased. The man continued to yell as the cop engaged the taser.
Do you think the police tasered the man unnecessarily. Did they have reason to believe he was dangerous?
Surveillance video caught an assault on a 16-year-old girl.
The teen was assaulted in an unprovoked attack outside the Black Lion pub in High Street, Plaistow.
Police have arrested a man for knocking the girl unconscious in the street attack.
The 34-year-old man was arrested and being questioned by police.
The teen spoke to ITV’s London Tonight.
“It was really bad. I had a migraine, my chin was grazed and sore, my teeth were hurting because they were chipped and I couldn’t talk.”
“I hope he does get caught so he doesn’t do it against to another person. I hope I am his last victim.”
She told police that she saw the man looking at her as she was leaving her house. It seems the man followed her to Plaistow High Street where he savagely attacked her.
The teen was taken to Newham General Hospital with bruises and cuts to her head and face. She is now at home.
Police say they have never seen anything like this.
Daycare workers were arrested for allegedly forcing toddlers to fight under their care.
The incident was captured on video. However, police did not release the video to parents and the media because it will be used as evidence in the investigation.
Daycare workers Tania Harris, 19, Lisa Parker, 47, and Estefania Myers, 21, work at Hands of Our Future daycare in Dover. They have been arrested after a cellphone video was posted on the internet that shows the workers encouraging two 3-year-old kids to fight.
According to police, one of the children in the video yelled, “He’s pinching me!” One of the daycare workers responded, “No pinching, only punching.”
Dover Police Capt. Tim Stump told FoxNews.com that the video was “difficult to watch.”
“One of the kids involved ran over to one of the adults for protection, but she turned him around back into the fight.”
The video shows two of the suspects encouraging the fight between the children as the third suspect used her cellphone to film the fight, according to reports.
Although neither one of the kids involved suffered any injuries, the video clearly shows that they were hurting each other.
Parents of children who go to the daycare center have been informed of the video.
One parent called the alleged fight club as “very disturbing.”
An investigation is currently being done. Authorities are uncertain if there were more of these fights that occurred at the daycare under the suspects’ care.
The suspects were charged with assault, endangering the welfare of a child, reckless endangering and conspiracy.
Stump said the suspects were cooperative and have posted $10,000 bond.
At a press conference in Jacksonville, she said Zimmerman faces second-degree murder charges. If he is convicted he could face up to life in prison.
“The team here with me has worked tirelessly looking for answers in Trayvon Martin’s death,” Corey said.
“There is a reason cases are tried in a court of law.”
An arrest warrant was issued for Zimmerman’s arrest and according to Corey, he is now in custody. She did not reveal what evidence the State Attorney’s office has to argue against Zimmerman’s self-defense claim. She also did not reveal Zimmerman’s location.
Mark O’Mara is Zimmerman’s new defense attorney. He said his client will plead not guilty.
The shooting death of Trayvon Martin in a gated Community in Sanford, Florida by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman has received national coverage.
Many including Martin’s family were outraged that Zimmerman was not arrested immediately. Instead he was released because of Florida’s stand your ground law.
Jason Russell, the ‘Kony 2012′ co-creator had been detained by the police.
According to San Diego police, Russell seemed to be masturbating in public and vandalizing cars. He was reportedly under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Ben Keesey, CEO of Invisible Children, said in a statement that Russell was hospitalized due to exhaustion, dehydration and malnutrition.
“He is now receiving medical care and is focused on getting better,” according to the statement. “The past two weeks have taken a severe emotional toll on all of us, Jason especially, and that toll manifested itself in an unfortunate incident yesterday. Jason’s passion and his work have done so much to help so many, and we are devastated to see him dealing with this personal health issue. We will always love and support Jason, and we ask that you give his entire family privacy during this difficult time.”
“Kony 2012″ video created by Russell and Invisible children went viral two weeks ago. It garnered support from many, but at the same sparked controversy.