Cop Arrests Cop & That’s When Troubles Begin…

A Highway Patrol trooper who caught another officer speeding to an off-duty job at 120mph is suing for more than $500,000 – saying his allies harassed her after he was fired.

Florida’s Donna Jane Watts made national headlines after handcuffing Miami Police Department officer Fausto Lopez, while he was in full uniform and driving a police car.

Since the incident in 2011 she claims she has had threatening calls on her cell phone, police cars idling outside her house and fellow officers accessing her private driver’s license information.

Ms Watts – who is suing more than 25 police agencies – said she is even afraid to open her mailbox.”* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down.


Thug Playing The Knockout Game Gets Shot Twice By Victim

A game called “Point-em-out, Knock-em-out” has made its way to Lansing, and it’s exactly how it sounds. The game consists of someone being randomly targeted, then attacked.

It’s a game that has been growing with popularity on the internet, with teenagers filming themselves punching unsuspecting victims. Lansing had its first case of the game brought to light this summer, but it’s possible that it has been happening under the radar for months.

On February 26th a man waiting for his six-year-old daughter to be dropped off from school, had no idea he would be the city’s first reported victim.

“I saw the van circle twice, and the second time three kids came out. I didn’t suspect anything. I hadn’t any enemies, or any reason to believe they would be looking to do anything to me.”

We are not revealing the victim’s identity for his protection.

The victim was attacked by 17-year-old Marvell Weaver. But Weaver did more than try to knock his victim out, he tried to do it with a taser. Luckily for the victim, the taser didn’t work and he was able to protect himself with his concealed-carry .40 caliber pistol.

“He shoved something into my side. I wasn’t sure what it was. It had some force to it. I wasn’t sure if it was a knife or a gun,” said the victim.

Weaver was shot twice, in the leg and an inch away from his spine. He’s been sentenced to a year in jail for the attack, but he admits he’s getting off easy.

“It was just a lesson learned. I wish I hadn’t played the game at all,” said Weaver.

But Weaver say’s this wasn’t the first time he’d played it. Before he was caught, he and his friends had attacked random people on several occasions.

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From top to bottom, this boat is impressive and attention grabbing, reminding us a lot of some of our favorite supercars with the different touches of attention to detail that really bring this build together.

Check out the incredible boat in the video below as the guys take it out and open it up to show us what the vessel is really capable of!

Impressed yet?


Watch this American Ninja Warrior record breaker shred with an AR-15

Jessie Graff is the real deal.

When she’s not working as a professional stuntwoman for shows like Supergirl and The Walking Dead, this 33-year-old badass is training for or competing on American Ninja Warrior. This incredible athlete breaks a new ANW record alomst every year. In 2013 she became the first woman to advance to a City Final. In 2015 she was the first woman to advance to the National Finals. In 2016 she was first woman to ever finish the Stage 1 course in National Finals, finsed second on the course overall, and was the top female competitor.

When she’s not training her incredible body, she’s training her trigger finger on the range with Taran Tactical. This American Girl with a Gun loves to shred and it shows.

Watch her work in the video below.


Cops get called when she wears a European ‘C-String’ bikini in public

The world’s most insane bikini is nothing more than some nylon wrapped around a metal wire.

A German college student tries out the new barely there ‘C-String’ bikini with mixed results. She admits the odd undergarment is somewhat uncomfortable, but it’s a small price to pay for no tan lines. Once she hits the side walks, the cops are called within seconds and tell her to get back on the beach.

Remember, in Europe this sort of thing is OK as long as you’re in sight of water.


Bikini model smacks creepy TV host who doesn’t understand the word “No”

Rayssa Teixeira Melo, a Brazillian model known for her incredible curves, was filming a health segment on daytime TV with a host that was a little too handsy for her liking.

Brazil is pretty laid back place when it comes to nudity and censorship, but the concept of consent is pretty universal.

While trying to demonstrate the “appropriate” way to apply sunscreen, the hosts used Melo as an interactive model. Why they didn’t ask her to apply the sunscreen herself is beyond us. We’re not sure what she agreed to when she signed up for this gig, but Melo is clearly uncomfortable from the start.

Wearing little more than colorful dental floss, Melo stands awkwardly while Douchey McBro-stein starts rubbing her down. She quietly warns him to stay away from her ass, but the host doesn’t listen. When he gets a little too creepy she grabs his wrist and says (translated from Portuguese) “No, that’s my bottom. Do you know this part, the bum?”

The host looks abashed and mutters an apology. She agrees to continue as long as he stays away from her rear end. Inevitably he grabs her again and she smacks him across the face. Things get heated from there when she starts grabbing bottles of sunscreen and hurling them at the host who looks like he hasn’t even done anything wrong.

“No” means no buddy.


Cop hits rifle-wielding maniac with patrol cruiser at high speed

Multiple officers in Marana, Arizona responded to reports of a man stealing a rifle from Wal-Mart. Before the video begins, 36-year-old Mario Miranda Valencia threatened to shoot himself in the head after he was approached by the first officers on the scene. The suspect was later seen firing the weapon in the air before walking down the road toward a local business with the loaded rifle pressed below his chin.

In an attempt to save Valencia’s life, Officer Michael Rapiejko drove over the sidewalk and knocked him off his feet.

The shocking footage was captured by the dashcam of multiple officers.

Police Chief Terry Rozema told KOLD that his officer’s actions saved the man’s life. Valencia spent two days in the hospital before he was arrested and charged with shoplifting a firearm, discharging a firearm inside city limits, and aggravated assault on a police officer with a deadly weapon.

Some people criticized Officer Rapiejko’s course of action, but Sgt. Chris Warren defended his fellow officer saying “This was a dangerous felon who’d been on a crime spree throughout the morning. He’d just stolen a weapon, loaded it, was not obeying commands from officers and was walking toward occupied businesses. It’s a busy time of morning, a lot of employees at work, a lot getting ready to come out for breaks, he’s walking toward those businesses. So we had to take immediate action and make sure he didn’t get inside those businesses.”


Homeless veterans asked to step inside where hope was waiting just beyond the door

Coming home isn’t easy for many vets. Transitioning back to civilian life is already hard enough, but the fact that 25% of veterans aged 19-25 remain jobless only makes things worse.

The appalling reality is that many of the brave young men and women who gave so much for their country have come home to so very little. As the number of homeless veterans rises, one man decided it was time to make a difference.

Mark Doyle started “Rags of Honor,” a simple t-shirt company, to employ 4 veterans who were desperate for work. Mark held his breath hoping he could keep the doors open and his brave young men employed.

Thankfully his idea was a success and his business has only grown over the years. Mark now employs 22 veterans and he hopes there will soon be room for more.


See-through engine lets you watch the combustion process

Warped Perspective has constructed a special clear head to give you a special look inside their Briggs and Stratton L-Head single cylinder engine.

Using a super slow-mo 4K HD camera they show how the combustion process looks under both rich and lean conditions.

For this experiment they’ll swap the fuel type between isopropyl alcohol and gasoline.

Take a look inside your engine with this sweet video.