Slain Pregnant Shanann Watts Was Planning Gender Reveal
Happens to the best of us, TBH.
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‘You’re treating me like a black person!’ Doctor arrested at airport for unruly behavior says it was a stunt
A doctor says a viral video of him struggling with police officers and yelling, “You’re treating me like a black person!” was staged to prove a point about race relations.
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Things got ugly when a Republican strategist accused a former CIA analyst of earning 'more money' with his security clearance
Former CIA analyst Philip Mudd got into a heated argument with Republican strategist Paris Dennard on Friday, after Dennard suggested Mudd made "more money" from consulting firms because of his security clearance. "Your contracts and your consulting gigs pay you a lot more money because of the access that you have," Dennard said, adding "I hope the president continues to do this," referring to the security clearance revocations. Mudd did not appreciate Dennard's assertion. "Profitable, Paris?," Mudd asked. "Let me ask you one question. How much do you think I'm paid to do that at the request of the US government? Give me one answer and you got ten seconds. How much?" Dennard rebutted, "I'll ask
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The full body camera footage of a traffic stop in March that showed the son of the Denver mayor threatening a cop’s job and cursing at him has been released. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's 22-year-old son, Jordan, was pulled over March 23 by an Aurora police officer for going 65 mph in a 40 mph zone, FOX 31 reports. A bodycam video of the encounter showed Hancock's immediate anger toward Officer Paul McClendon. He told the cop to pick up the pace and write him a speeding ticket, though the officer warned it wouldn’t be quick because Jordan didn’t have his license on him. Jordan became irate after McClendon asked him why the title of the car was in the name of Denver's mayor. “Because that’s
U.S. New York Post
The bodies of two young Colorado girls whose father pleaded on TV news for their safe return were found inside “mostly full” oil and gas tanks, according to law enforcement sources. Several high-ranking sources close to the investigation told KMGH they believe Christopher Watts, 33, placed the bodies of his daughters, 4-year-old Bella and 3-year-old Celeste, in the containers owned by his former employer, Anadarko Petroleum, to mask the smell of decomposition from passers-by. Police in Frederick, about 30 miles north of Denver, announced Thursday that evidence technicians from its department and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation found two bodies that investigators strongly believe are Bella and Celeste. Police officials declined to elaborate on where the girls’ bodies were found, but said they were discovered “in close proximity” to the other body that investigators believe is Watts’ pregnant wife, Shanann, who was reported missing Monday along with the couple’s two daughters.