Family Blames Cops After Girls Die Stealing Car, Then 1 Cop Issues Epic Response

When a criminal dies in the course of committing a crime, the entitlement crowd wants to blame everyone and everything else when, in reality, the person’s death was entirely their own fault.

For example, three teenagers in St. Petersburg, Florida, recently stole a car, and in their attempt to flee from the cops, they wrecked into a pond, killing each of them, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Laniya Miller, 15, Ashaunti Butler, 15, and Dominique Battle, 16, reportedly asked a 36-year-old man for a ride, but when he stopped at a local Walmart before dropping the girls off at their destination, the young female thugs decided to take the man’s car.

Not long after the car owner reported the vehicle stolen, police officers from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office saw the group of girls driving it down the road, and police officers began following them.

The young criminals failed to slow down going around a sharp curve, causing the car to leave the road and submerge 15 feet underwater, the Times reported.

Police officers on the scene evaluated the situation and determined that the conditions were too dangerous to put more people at risk when the chances of saving the girls at that point were slim.

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Now, relatives of the deceased criminals have reportedly been outraged at the police and have even blamed the officers for the girls’ deaths because they didn’t do enough to save them.

The relatives have pointed to a dash cam video from the fatal incident that they claim shows “neglect” on the part of the officers.

On the video, according to the Times, one officer could be heard saying, “It’s going all the way down. It’s almost fully submerged. I hear them yelling, I think!”

“They’re done. They’re done. They are sig 7, dude,” another officer replied.

Teen Boy Tells Cop He Can’t Go To Prom. But What Happens After Cop Talks To His Mom Is Stunning

We can all attest to the anxiousness we felt around high school prom. From who to go with or ask, to what to wear and how to get there, lots of planning is involved.

Darius Ellis wanted to go to prom, but he didn’t have any way of getting there. When Dagon Leach heard this, he knew he wanted to do something about it.

Leach is a Lakeland Police Officer; he is also a friend of Ellis’. The two became friends through a student resource officer program that allows officers to have more of a personalized relationship with the students.
Early on, Leach and Ellis easily bonded over their love of supercars. Leach has a Nissan GTR and Ellis tells people, “It roars like a tiger, and stings like a bee.”

When Ellis told Leach he wouldn’t be able to go to prom because he didn’t have a ride to Orlando, Leach offered to drive him. “Immediately in that moment, he is such a kind spirit, and such a kind-hearted kid, I knew I had to get him there,” Leach recalled.

He contacted Ellis’ mom to okay it first, but soon told the teen he would be happy to get him to his prom. And the kicker? Ellis would get to ride there in style in the supercar that he idolized.
Administrators helped dress Ellis from head to toe in Mens Wearhouse so he looked the part. “I gotta look good for the ladies,” Ellis stated.

With that, they were off. Leach drove Ellis from Lakeland FL to Orlando, Florida, so that he could attend the prom. Music, cars, and pictures were a part of their trip and neither one of them could take the smiles off of their faces.

Ellis and Leach feel a brotherly bond and have always been fond of each other. “Officer Leach, you’re the best big brother I ever had,” Ellis told him.
And Leach is just as big of a fan of Ellis. “He is one of the most kind-hearted students I’ve ever met,” he said.

He continued to praise Ellis saying, “He is loved by everyone on campus and I was honored to drive him to the prom. Every kid should have the opportunity to attend their big night.”

These two might be unlikely friends, but the admiration they have for each other is more than obvious. And Leach couldn’t ignore his instinct: “It’s something that I had to do. I needed to do it.” And he made Ellis’ night with the simple gesture of offering him a ride.

Doctors Learn What’s In 13-Year-Old, She Reveals Horrifying Secret She Had Been Keeping For Years

Sex offender registries are a reality, but are they being used by people? A thirteen-year-old girl from Pinellas Park, Florida is pregnant. The man responsible, Mark Philip Sutton, 41, was a known pedophile and rapist. Sutton had been abusing the girl since she was eight.

Oh, and Sutton was dating the girl’s mother. The girl’s mother took her daughter to the doctor for an unknown reason. It was during the exam that they found out she was pregnant – four months pregnant.

Sutton was arrested and faces charges of sexual battery, capital sexual battery, and lewd or lascivious molestation. It is unclear at this time if the mother was aware of the abuse. How a mother could not know is coming into question too.

Was the girl threatened? Was the mother threatened? Another disturbing fact is that Sutton was allowed to live in the same house as the girl with his record. Is there no way to make sure convicted pedophiles are staying away from young people?

This could have been prevented. Some people who have responded to the story that was posted on WLFA News said that Sutton should get the death penalty for his actions. Or at least life without the chance of parole.

Most states have a sex offender registry.

You can scroll through hundreds and hundreds of pictures and see who they are and where they live. Is this something single mothers are going to have to do when they start to date a man? There should be a better way.

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His Job Is To Move Patients From One Room To Another. But Watch What The Cameras Capture…

Being a transporter at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston means you take transport patients from their room to a procedure and back, sometimes the patients are very ill. Lindon Beckford, 52, has worked at Beth Israel for 30 years! He is no ordinary transporter – he sings to the patients, and they love it!

Lindon has loved music all his life, he had big dreams! Lindon started off singing at nightclubs – but stage fright prevented him from pursuing a career in music. But, he still would sing to himself, even to just make it through the day. Meet Lindon for yourself in the video and you will hear his songs and see how some of his grateful patients respond to him!

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Patients who noticed Lindon’s singing told him that it often made them feel better! Lindon sees it as a small thing he can do for the patients. Share away, people!

‘Kill Em, Boy’: Guy Tells Pit Bull To Attack Cops, Dog Decides To Do Something A Different Instead

While investigating a burglary call in Riviera Beach, Florida, police officers saw Avery Davis, 26. Davis matched the description of the suspect and police noticed that he was carrying some packages. Davis also had his dog, a Pitbull, with him. Police ordered Davis to put the packages down, and the confrontation began.

Davis wasn’t going to go down easily. He started to run. The police stunned him with a stun gun, but he managed to get away again. Then Davis took the dog off the leash and told the dog to “kill’em boy.” The dog was probably a little confused with all the activity and didn’t exactly go after the police.

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The dog turned on Davis! The dog bit Davis in the buttocks and went for his head too. Davis was found later hiding under an SUV. What a good dog!

“Y’all gonna have to kill us,” he yelled, before getting up off the ground and running away.

Davis was hit with a stun gun, causing him to fall to the ground. He then got up and began to run again. He proceed to let his dog go from the leash, point at the officers and instructed the dog to, “Kill’em boy, kill’em.”

Instead of attacking the officers, the dog bit Davis. The pit bull bit him on his buttocks and attempted to bite him in the head. Davis then ran to a nearby apartment complex to hide, according to a police report.

Davis was found hiding under an SUV. He was hospitalized before and later released into police custody, the New York Daily News reported.

Davis was charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and one count resisting an officer with violence.
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Soldier Sent Home Early for Birth of Child Walks Into Hospital. FREEZES at Door When He Sees It

Chelsea Osborne wore a brave smile as she bid her military husband farewell. Her hands rested protectively around her slightly growing belly as she watched him walk away.

It was only last month that Chelsea had discovered she was pregnant. She and her husband, First Lieutenant Jake Osborne, had only a few weeks to take in the news before he began a long deployment in Afghanistan.

The Lieutenant would miss all the marvelous milestones of his wife’s first pregnancy. Hearing the baby’s heartbeat during an ultrasound, feeling the tiny kicks of the baby’s growing strength, and all the other heartwarming signposts.

Chelsea knew the journey ahead of her would bring feelings of joy mixed with sorrow. While family and friends would always be there for her during the pregnancy, nobody could fill the Afghanistan-sized hole in her life during such a sacred time.

Still, Chelsea did what all military families do: faced each day with the resolve to make it through, coping with the ups and downs of life. As time passed, Lieut. Osborne felt that his chances of journeying home for the birth were less and less likely.
Fall turned to winter. Winter gradually gave way to spring, and Chelsea’s baby was ready to enter the world when Lieut. Osborne received the news he’d been desperately wanting to hear.

“On the 12th of May, my Commander came in and said, ‘hey, pack your bags,’” a grinning Osborne recalled. “We’re going to send you home on leave.”

Two days later, Osborne was waiting in the Nashville airport for his flight to Georgia when he received the big news. He had a daughter, and she was perfect.

“Chelsea has been joking with me this entire time that I’ve been gone, saying that, she didn’t think it had really set in with me, that we were about to have a baby,” Osborne smiled. Despite what his wife said, Osborne insisted that the news had sunk deep into his heart and that he was completely prepared to be a father.

When Osborne first glimpsed his wife and newborn baby, he realized how wrong he’d been. No amount of thinking, or dreaming, or planning could have prepared him for the exact moment he laid eyes on baby Paisley.

He was wrecked. Frozen in time, all Osborne could do was stare, jaw dropped in awe and wonder at the miracle before him, quietly resting in his brave wife’s arms.

The tough soldier had no trouble admitting the truth about the emotions swirling in his heart. “She’ll bring a grown man to his knees,” he said of his baby girl.

Beaming with pride over his strong wife and delicate daughter, the Lieutenant’s reaction left everyone in the room wiping tears from their eyes. What a heartwarming reunion and first meeting!

VIDEO: Punk Kid Blows Cigar Smoke in Teacher’s Face, Gets Bitter Justice He Never Saw Coming

Last month, a 10-second YouTube video showing a punk kid from North Little Rock High School defiantly blowing smoke in his teacher’s face went viral.

According to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, that student, 18-year-old Christopher Dunn, finally got handed justice on Monday when authorities in Little Rock arrested him on charges of harassment.

The paper added that the incident occurred on Dec. 14 after the Dunn refused a request to take his final exam in the hallway and his teacher threatened to write him up for it.

As the teacher reached for the intercom button, Dunn reportedly said, “Hit that button … I dare you.”

Then as Dunn’s teacher turned away to pen the write-up, the rambunctious youngster lit a cigar, walked up to the teacher, took a drag and then blew the smoke in his face.

Thankfully, the whole incident was recorded and then uploaded to YouTube by a student known only as “J Doe.”

Ruffians like Dunn are a dime a dozen in Little Rock, whose school district reportedly contracts with the Pacific Educational Group, a radical leftist organization that believes in combating alleged “white supremacy” by giving disruptive black teens special treatment.

Instead of inspiring students to behave better, however, this “special treatment” actually does the opposite by teaching young black kids that they will face zero consequences for their poor behavior and bad attitude.

Thankfully, this particular hooligan wound up getting the punishment he deserved anyway, thanks to the authorities in Little Rock.

Judging by what district officials told reporters, however, he will likely face zero in-house repercussions.

“The student will be disciplined according to district policy,” Micheal Stone, district director of student services, reportedly said in an email.

In other words, nothing will happen to him … besides him going to jail, of course.

H/T EAGnews

WATCH: Judge Says 2 Words to Killer Thugs, Leaves Them Literally Weeping

Criminals like to act tough on the street as a way of gaining “street cred” and becoming respected and feared among their fellow lowlifes. However when these criminals are caught, the tough-guy routine sometimes disappears quickly.

WCIV reported that two teenagers, Jacob Mouzon, 17, and Drake Campbell, 18, were reduced to blubbering after a South Carolina judge said two words to them in court: “No bail.”

The two teens were charged with two counts of armed robbery, burglary, murder and attempted murder after they participated in a home invasion that ended with the homeowner being shot execution-style.

This coldblooded killers could take a life, but they couldn’t stand for five minutes in a courtroom without crying like pathetic wimps.

“Jacob’s my best friend. And I know what he did was wrong. I completely understand that, but he’s not a bad person,” said Mouzon’s sister who apparently doesn’t understand that killing a human being is literally the definition of being a bad person.

These kids are not awful terrible kids,” said family members who were probably in denial that they had successfully raised a couple of coldblooded murderers.

In South Carolina, a summary court judge cannot legally give bond to people on murder charges. The issue of bail will instead be sent to a circuit court judge — who will hopefully keep these murderers locked up.

If you commit a murder, then you deserve everything that happens to you. Killing someone in self-defense is one thing, but shooting someone in the head during a robbery is another matter entirely.

Assuming that these two are truly guilty of the charges against them, they deserve harsh punishment — even if their family members refuse to accept reality.

H/T Mad World News

Shoppers Help Poor Vet Pay for Groceries, Then Get Shock When They Learn Who Vet REALLY Is

The latest episode of “What Would You Do,” an ABC hidden-camera television program, featured an actor posing as a poor vet trying to buy goods at a grocery store but unable to afford what he needed.

When the actress playing the cashier announced his total, $39.10, he handed her his card, only to be told that it had been declined.

The flustered veteran then counted his cash and asked that the beer he wanted to purchase be put back, but even with the removal of it, he still lacked enough money.

“How much are you short now?” one of the unsuspecting customers, an elderly woman with kids and grandkids in the military, then asked. “I’ll take it.”

But she wasn’t the only one to offer help by any means. Throughout the day, numerous other customers graciously offered to pay for the actor-turned-veteran’s groceries.

One especially wonderful woman, an elderly lady who could barely afford her own groceries, even offered to help.

“I’m scrapping myself,” she later told host John Quiñones. I’ve had to put mines (sic) back and leave it. So that’s the reason I know the feeling.”

She added, “If I can help him, I wanted to help him.”

The last customer of a day, a woman whose own husband was a veteran, went even further by handing over her own credit card and asking that it be used to pay for all of the man’s groceries, including his beer.

“If I can earn a living, I’m going to help my fellow human beings, especially the military,” she said when asked by Quiñones why she did what she did.

VIDEO: Little Girl Freaks Out During Traffic Stop, What Cop Does Next Drops Dad’s Jaw

One little girl who experienced a bit of stress when her father was pulled over for a routine traffic stop got such a big surprise from the officer, her father had to post about it on social media.

On Aug. 10, Michael Harris was pulled over in Frisco, Texas. His 7-year-old daughter, Mikylie, was with him, asleep in the front seat.

Once pulled over, Harris told Officer Mike Collins he was a concealed carry license holder, showed Collins his registration and let him know he had a pistol on him.

Harris, who is black, asked Collins, who is white, if he wanted the pistol and Collins said that wasn’t necessary.

While the two men were carrying on with business, Mikylie woke up and began to cry, fearful the officer might hurt her father, WFAA reported.

The two men worked together to calm the little girl. After Collins issued Harris a citation, he showed Mikylie the inside of his patrol car, and he even let her play with the lights.

Harris said his girl had seen stories about black men and police not getting along, and had been asking why black and white people are killing each other. He said he didn’t know what to tell her.

“I don’t want her to feel that way about police,” Harris said, which was why Collins’ kindness meant so much to him.

“It meant a lot to see him take the time,” Harris said.

It meant so much that Harris had to post about the experience on Facebook, where he said he wanted to see more black and white people getting along.

“It was priceless. Hearing ‘Thank you for doing your job’ meant so much,” Collins said.

“It’s a pleasure to see someone raising their children so well,” he added. “It renews your hope in humanity. Mr. Harris is an excellent dad.”

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