Second arrest made in Wal-Mart fight caught on video

A second woman has been arrested in connection with a fight at an Indiana Wal-Mart that was caught on video, reports CBS affiliate WISH.

Rebecca Mills, 30, has reportedly been charged with a class B misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for her role in the altercation. She was released on bond.

Mills is the second person to face charges in connection with the incident. Amber Stephenson, 34, was charged last week with neglect of a dependent and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. A charge of disorderly conduct was added during a Tuesday court appearance.

Stephenson and Mills were caught on video fighting with one another in the shampoo aisle of the Beech Grove, Ind., Wal-Mart on June 4. The video, which was captured via cell phone by a bystander, gained national attention.

When talking to officers after the brawl, Stephenson reportedly said she saw and heard Mills, who was riding on a motorized cart, threaten a Wal-Mart employee prior to the altercation.

According to WISH, the employee said there were shopping carts full of merchandise in the aisle because she was re-stocking the shelves, and Mills struck the carts with the motorized cart she was riding on, then began yelling at her.

After some verbal sparring, Mills got out of cart and the fight with Stephenson began.

In the video of the fight, Stephenson can be heard telling her six-year-old son to hit Mills in the face. The boy can be seen hitting Mills with his fists and a shampoo bottle. At one point, a bystander implores the women to stop fighting because “there’s kids all around here.”

The boy later yells to a group of onlookers, “Do not even tell me what to do.”

In an interview with detectives, Mills reportedly stated that the Wal-Mart employee gave her a dirty look when she tried to apologize for striking the carts.

The woman who videotaped the incident spoke about the fight last week and said that Mills shouted racial comments at the African-American employee.

In an interview with investigators, the Wal-Mart worker reportedly said that Mills did not use the n-word but did threaten her.

The Associated Press reports that both Stephenson and Mills have been banned from the Wal-Mart.

I am still trying figure out why this woman was riding in an electric cart, She obviously was not disabled.

Dipshit of the day: Columbus police officer

A 4-year-old child was struck by a bullet fired from a Columbus Police Officer’s gun, reports CBS affiliate WBNS.

According to the station, a patrol officer was answering a call Friday afternoon when a family in the area started screaming for help because of a medical emergency.


Police on the scene after an officer allegedly accidentally shot a 4-year-old girl in Columbus, Ohio, Friday, June 19, 2015.

WBNS

The officer responded and was allegedly accosted by a dog. Investigators reportedly said the officer shot at the dog but that a stray or ricocheted bullet struck the child.

According to Columbus Police, the girl is in stable condition at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Should have never happened, To protect and ….?

OBAMA: We do not have all the facts but it is Time to take away guns from the people………….

 

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Perpetrator

Date

Year

Location

Country

Killed

Injured

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Additional notes

Ref.

1. Grachev, Peter July 31 1925 Ivankovo Soviet Union 17 3 F A Also killed 12 horses [1]
2. Ryan, Michael Robert, 27[n 1] Aug. 19 1987 Hungerford U.K. 16 15 F A Committed suicide
Also shot his dog
3. Borel, Eric, 16[n 1] Sep. 23/24 1995 Solliès-Pont & Cuers France 15 4 FM Committed suicide
4. Leibacher, Friedrich Heinz, 57 Sep. 27 2001 Zug Switzerland 14 18 F E Committed suicide
5. Wagner, Ernst August, 38[n 1] Sep. 4 1913 Degerloch &
Mühlhausen/Enz
German Reich 14 11 FMA Found not guilty by reason of insanity
Also shot two animals
6. Abd el Maleck June 10/11 1945 Dieppe France 14 9 FM Sentenced to death and executed [2]
7. Dornier, Christian, 31[n 1] July 12 1989 Luxiol France 14 8 F Found not guilty by reason of insanity
8. Dembsky (Tomsky?), Vladimir Feb. 15 1904 Warsaw Russian Empire 13 40–50 F Found not guilty by reason of insanity [3]
9. Bogdanovič, Ljubiša, 60[n 1]
(Љубиша Богдановић)
April 9 2013 Velika Ivanča Serbia 13 1 F Committed suicide
10. Bird, Derrick, 52[n 1] June 2 2010 Copeland, Cumbria U.K. 12 11 F Committed suicide
11. Marimon Carles, Jose, 26 May 21 1928 Pobla de Ferran Spain 10 2 F Shot dead [4]
12. Hedin, Tore, 25[n 2][n 1] Aug. 22 1952 Saxtorp & Hurva Sweden 9 10–20  MA Committed suicide
Killed a man on Nov. 28, 1951
13. Izquierdo, Antonio, 53
Izquierdo, Emilio, 58
Aug. 26 1990 Puerto Hurraco Spain 9 6–12 F Both were sentenced to 684 years in prison [5]
14. Palić, Vinko, 28[n 2][n 1] Jan. 1 1993 Zrinski Topolovac Croatia 9 5–7 F Committed suicide [6]
15. Tranchita, Rosario June 25 1925 Librizzi Italy 9 4 F Shot dead by his nephew [7]
16. Radosavljević, Nikola, 38[n 1]
(Никола Радосављевић)
July 27 2007 Jabukovac Serbia 9 4 FM Found not guilty by reason of insanity
17. Shageyev, Almaz, 21[n 2]
(Алмаз Шагеев)
Sukhorukov, Mikhail, 20[n 2]
(Михаил Сухоруков)
Feb. 3–5 2002 Tatarstan Russia 9 2 F Shageyev killed by Sukhorukov
Sukhorukov committed suicide
[8]
18. Zavistonovičius, Leonardas, 58 Feb. 15 1998 Draučiai Lithuania 9 1 F Killed by angry mob
Also killed a dog
19. Serski Sep. 11–18 1905 Mogilev Russian Empire 9 0–1  M Arrested [9]
20. Durn, Richard, 33 March 27 2002 Nanterre France 8 19 F Committed suicide
21. Longo, Gaetano[n 1] Sep. 14 1900 Pastena Italy 8 2 F Committed suicide [10]
22. Kovář, Zdeněk, 62 Feb. 24 2015 Uherský Brod Czech Republic 8 1 F Committed suicide
23. Harman, Ľubomír, 48 Aug. 30 2010 Devínska Nová Ves Slovakia 7 15 F Committed suicide [11]
24. Schwarz, Hermann, 24 Aug. 30/31 1912 Romanshorn Switzerland 7 6 F Found not guilty by reason of insanity [12]
25. Fernández Vázquez, Paulino, 63 March 8 1989 Chantada Spain 7 6  M Committed suicide [13]
26. Martel, Guy, 41[n 1] June 19 1985 Ille-et-Vilaine & Cotes-du-Nord France 7 5–9 F Arrested [14]
27. Calvente Guerrero, Antonio[n 2] Sep. 13 1902 Málaga Spain 7 5 F Shot by police [15]
28. Mezowiec, Julian, 49 Oct. 24 1928 Kovel Poland 7 5  M Arrested [16]
29. van Wijnendaele, Michel, 28[n 1] May 12 1987 Bogaarden & Denderwindeke Belgium 7 3 F Committed suicide [17]
30. Unknown March 1901 Luxembourg Luxembourg 7 2+ Shot dead [18]
31. Makranicz, Gregor, 35 May 1930 Kovno Lithuania 7 1  M [19]
32. Campo Solana, Angel, 64 Nov. 27 1980 Liermo Spain 7 1 F Committed suicide [20]
33. Simoes Jorge, Vítor Manuel, 38[n 1] March 1/2 1987 Osso da Baleia & Amieira Portugal 7 1 FM Sentenced to 20 years in prison [21]
34. Flink, Mattias, 24[n 2] June 11 1994 Falun Sweden 7 1 F Sentenced to life imprisonment
35. Chubarov, Yuri, 47 Sep. 20 1997 Iecava Latvia 7 1 F Committed suicide [22]
36. Mataić, Antun, 50 April 14 1998 Podvinje Croatia 7 1 F Committed suicide [23]
37. Michot, Jean, 42[n 1] April 19 1875 Saint-Maurice-sur-Aveyron France 7 0  M Found not guilty by reason of insanity
Also killed a cat
[24]
38. Pianetti, Simone, 56 July 13 1914 Camerata Cornello Italy 7 0 F
39. Tymkow, Wasyl Feb. 11 1937 Krasne Poland 7 0 F Committed suicide [25]
40. Two unknown men 1540 Hluboky Holy Roman Empire 7 ? Both died [26]
41. K., Anna, 28[n 1] May 3 1856 Niklowitz Austrian Empire 7 ?  M [27]
42. Bolesław Kabacik, — Sep. 6 1906 Góra Kalwaria Russian Empire 8 1  M Arrested ,[28]
43. Unknown Feb. 17 1997 Zavyalovka Ukraine 7 ?  M [29]
44. Amrani, Nordine, 33 Dec. 13 2011 Liège Belgium 6 125 F E Committed suicide
45. van der Vlis, Tristan, 24 April 9 2011 Alphen aan den Rijn Netherlands 6 17 F Committed suicide [30]
46. Unknown July 1928 Jablonica Yugoslavia 6 11 F [31]
47. Mikolajczyk, Erwin, 39 March 9 1994 Euskirchen Germany 6 8 F E Committed suicide [32]
48. Criscione, Erminio, 36 March 4 1992 Rivera, Massagno & Origlio Switzerland 6 6 F Committed suicide while awaiting trial [33]
49. Pica, Jean, 55 Nov. 9/10/16 1972 Beaurecueil France 6 5 F E Committed suicide [34]
50. Yilmaz, Çevdet, 27 April 5 1983 Delft Netherlands 6 4 F Sentenced to life imprisonment [35]
51. Rufo Barquero, Rosa July 1896 Peraleda de la Mata Spain 6 2  MO Arrested [36]
52. Petrović, Tomislav, 45 May 29 2008 Lipnaca Bosnia-Herzegovina 6 1 F Arrested [37]
53. Pomazun, Sergey Aleksandrovic, 31
(Сергей Александрович Помазун)
April 22/23 2013 Belgorod Russia 6 1 FM Sentenced to life imprisonment [38]
54. Stojkoff, —[n 1] April 1888 Szerb Klári Austria-Hungary 6 0 FM Killed by angry mob [39]
55. Werlé, Michel, 41 Nov. 22 1981 Pont-de-Roide France 6 0 F Committed suicide [40]
56. Milicic, Drago, 23[n 2] Feb. 2 1992 Bijeljina & Modran Bosnia-Herzegovina 6 0 F Arrested [41]
57. Shayakhmetov, —, 66[n 1] June 25 1994 Ural Mountains Russia 6 0  MA Arrested
Killed an unborn child
[42]
58. Gautsch, Johann, 36 Nov. 21 1997 Mauterndorf Austria 6 0 F Committed suicide [43]
59. Mazovec, Johann, 18 Sep. 12 1932 Zalog Yugoslavia 6 ?  M [44]
60. Likharev, Ivan, 64 Jan. 12 1997 Verkhneye Moshevo Russia 6 ?  M Arrested [45]
61. Mladenow, Sdravko
(Здравко Младенов)
Nov. 8 1931 Kumaritza Bulgaria 5–10 3–7 FM Sentenced to death and executed [46]
62. van Laethem, Camille-Joseph, 52 Nov. 5 1953 Thy-le-Chateau Belgium 5–6 0–1 FM Committed suicide [47]
63. Unknown[n 1] Jan. 21 1923 Ravenna Italy 5–6 ?  M Shot dead [48]
64. Kiss-Kovacs, Stefan[n 2] Aug. 12 1906 Ludaspuszta Austria-Hungary 5+ 13 F Shot by police [49]
65. Unknown[n 1] Nov. 1841 Vetralla Italy 5 12  M Shot dead [50]
66. Ewen, Günter Hermann, 36 May 16 1999 Dillingen
Sierck-les-Bains
Germany
France
5 11 F Committed suicide [51]
67. Semidovskiy, Sergey, 40[n 2] Aug. 25 2002 Yaroslavsky Russia 5 10 F Committed suicide
68. Nordlund, John Filip, 25 May 17 1900 Ferry “Prins Carl” Sweden 5 8 FM Sentenced to death and executed
69. Unknown April 26 1930 Zidilje Yugoslavia 5 6 F [52]
70. Zethraeus, Tommy, 25 Dec. 4 1994 Stockholm Sweden 4 18–20 F Sentenced to life imprisonment [53]
71. Allemand, Jean Baptiste, 27 July 14 1900 Goult France 4 8  M Committed suicide [54]
72. Bešlić, Borislav, 41[n 2] June 18 1994 Osijek Croatia 4 8 F Arrested [55]
73. Peyerl, Martin, 16[n 1] Nov. 1 1999 Bad Reichenhall Germany 4 7 F Committed suicide
Also killed his cat
[56]
74. Roux-Durrafourt, Jean-Pierre, 44 Oct. 29 2001 Tours France 4 7 F Sentenced to life imprisonment [57]
75. Molinari, Giuseppe, 25 July 3 1956 Busto Arsizio Italy 4 6 F Committed suicide [58]
76. Allafort, Serge, 32 Oct. 4 1972 Angoulême France 4 6 F Arrested [59]
77. Unknown May 24 1997 Balagansk Russia 4 6 F Committed suicide [60]
78. Mazza, Antonio, 27 March 28 1898 San Lucido Italy 3–4 10–11  M Arrested [61]
79. Lambrecht, August, 40 Aug. 23 1889 Lovendegem Belgium 3 27–30  M Arrested [62]
80. Radmacher, Sabine, 41[n 1] Sep. 19 2010 Lörrach Germany 3 18 FMA Shot by police [63]
81. Cunsolo, Giuseppe, 33 Aug. 26 1961 Palermo Italy 3 11 F E Arrested [64]
82. Sacco, Angelo Secondo, 54 June 28 2005 Bogogno Italy 3 9 F Sentenced to life imprisonment [65]
83. Fejzić, Nedim, 40 May 14 2010 Hlapčevići Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 7  M Arrested [66]
84. Yevsyukov, Denis, 32[n 2]
(Денис Евсюков)
April 27 2009 Moscow Russia 2–6 6–7 F Sentenced to life imprisonment [67]
85. Gómez Fernández, Anibal, 27[n 1] July 5 1927 Faramontaos Spain 2–4 6–8  M Arrested [68]
86. Lillini, Getulio, 23 Feb. 22 1950 Filottrano Italy 2–3 23 F Committed suicide [69]
87. Cannarozzo, Michele, 49 Jan. 9 1955 Ancona Italy 2 44 F E Committed suicide [70]
88. Two unknown Soldiers[n 2] March 29 1948 Josefsberg Austria 2 19 F Both were sentenced to 25 years in prison [71]
89. López Corbacho, Feliciano, 23 Aug. 23 1984 Zarza de Alange Spain 2 18 F Arrested [72]
90. Tomschitz, Gustav, 25 June 4–6 1914 Großhöflein Austria-Hungary 2 17 F Arrested
Also killed two dogs and three pigs
[73]
91. Renard, Odon, 25 Nov. 18 1979 Hannut Belgium 2 12 F Sentenced to life imprisonment [74]
92. Tvrdon, Matthew, 31 Oct. 19 2012 Cardiff U.K. 1 16–17  MV Sentenced to indefinite detainment [75]
93. Conde, José Luis, 43 Nov. 5 1912 Steamboat “La Cataluña” Spain 1 14  M Arrested [76]
94. Sartin, Robert James, 22 April 30 1989 Monkseaton U.K. 1 14 F Found not guilty by reason of insanity

Oh what a tangled web we weave…………………


Rachel Dolezal once accused her ex-husband of forcing her to take part in a homemade adult film, Daily Mail Online can reveal.

Dolezal, 37, admitted participating in ‘erotic acts’ on camera with Kevin Moore, who has been pictured in public for the first time since their wedding photo appeared.

However, Dolezal – a serial litigant who resigned her post as leader of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP Monday – insisted she took part in the video against her will.

The lurid claim was one of a raft of damaging accusations she leveled at Moore, 37, in a bid to deny him access to their young son Franklin. Moore denied the allegations.


Montana-born Dolezal married the African American physical therapist in March 2000 but their marriage ended five years later in a bitter court battle.

Race faker Rachel demanded a divorce, claiming in court documents seen by DailyMail.com that she suffered ‘years’ of ‘physical, emotional and verbal abuse’ at his hands. Moore has denied her claims.

Dolezal’s evidence referred to ‘video tape made at the request of the defendant which required the plaintiff to participate in these vulgar acts with the defendant on tape against the plaintiff’s desires’.

She also claimed to have suffered ‘pushing, hair pulling and forcible restraint’, according to the papers filed in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, where Moore still lives.


Dolezal posing for an ‘exotic’ photoshoot.

His former flame furthermore accused him of being a danger to their son Franklin. The papers reveal that when the boy came home for a visit to his father’s home in 2005 with a bruise on his face, Dolezal immediately reported Moore to the police.

Moore insisted, however, that the child had fallen accidentally, and police never charged him.

The divorce was finalized in April 2005 and the court agreed Moore was a responsible dad who posed no threat to his son, awarding him joint custody of Franklin, who is now 13.

The father and son were seen spending the weekend together, and they enjoyed a tender hug as Franklin was dropped off afterwards at his mother’s house in Spokane.

OK OK I am getting tired of this dumb self serving bitch too.

 

 

Retro of the day: Albert Hammond

“It Never Rains in Southern California”, written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, is a song first released by Hammond, a British born singer-songwriter, in 1972. The song is from his album, It Never Rains in Southern California. Hammond’s version peaked at number five on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 that year. 

In the UK the song is perhaps the quintessential example (alongside The Doobie Brothers “Listen to the Music“) of a turntable hit: A song which, although very frequently played and requested on radio, never makes it into the charts. Through the 1970s, the record was re-issued at least five times by various labels—but remained outside the UK top 40, despite yet more airplay—and is still frequently to be heard on UK radio.

The song concerns the struggles of an actor who moves out to California to pursue a career in Hollywood but does not have any success and deteriorates in the process. In the chorus, Hammond sings, “It never rains in California, but girl don’t they warn ya. It pours, man it pours.”

 

Albert Hammond version

Chart (1972–73) Peak position
Japanese Oricon International Chart[3] 1
U.S. Billboard AC[4] 2
Norwegian VG-lista Singles Chart[5] 3
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[4] 5
Swiss Singles Chart[6] 5
West German Singles Chart[7] 9
Japanese Oricon Singles Chart 11
Dutch Singles Chart[8] 21