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In a shocking and disgusting news report, rats have been reported at a local Church’s Chicken, which is just unbelievable . The rats set the alarm system off 17 times as they enjoyed the juicy fired chicken and mash potatoes.
Bill Cosby career has come to a screeching halt, as over 40 women has come forward about alleged encounters with the former television star. However, a sex tape at the center of a $20 million lawsuit filed against actor Charlie Sheen has surfaced.
Bad Girl RiRI aka Rihanna has push back her album release date once again, but she did announce an official tour!
The 70+ date tour is presented by Samsung and Puma and has dates in both North America and Europe. The tour starts in February in San Diego and continues across the entire US with special guest Travis Scott.
Attorneys for the family of Ahmed Mohamed, the Irving High School student who made international headlines after being arrested earlier this year for bringing a homemade clock to school, have sent letters to both the city of Irving and the Irving School District demanding apologies and $15 million in damages.
Both letters claim that Mohamed’s civil rights were violated, and he and his family have suffered physical and mental anguish because of the ordeal.
The letters claim Ahmed was singled out “because of his race, national origin, and religion.”
“Ahmed never threatened anyone, never caused harm to anyone, and never intended to,” read the letter to the city. “The only one who was hurt that day was Ahmed, and the damages he suffered were not because of oversight or incompetence. The school and city officials involved knew what they needed to do to protect Ahmed’s rights. They just decided not to do it.
The letters demand $10 million be paid to the family by the City of Irving, and $5 million from the school district.
The family also wants written apologies from Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne, “acknowledging that she has never been presented with any evidence that Ahmed was a ‘pawn’ in any ‘civilization jihad’ or that the events here were planned by Ahmed’s family or friends as part of an ‘influence operation.'”
They also want apologies from the school district, as well as Police Chief Larry Boyd, saying Mohamed “never intended to threaten anyone, and that his detention, interrogation, and arrest were wrongful and were made at a point in time when there was no reasonable suspicion to believe that Ahmed had committed a crime or was about to commit any crime.”
The family’s attorney ends the letters by saying civil action will be filed if the demands are not met within 60 days. Read the letters below.
An outbreak of E. coli linked to Chipotle has expanded to six states.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says new cases have been reported in California, New York and Ohio. Cases were reported in Minnesota earlier, while the majority of illnesses have been in Oregon and Washington.
The agency says the investigation is ongoing to determine the specific food that is linked to the illness.
So far, the CDC says 45 people have been infected in relation and that 16 of them have been hospitalized. There have been no deaths.
Late in October, Chipotle Mexican Grill closed 43 restaurants in Oregon and Washington after health officials discovered most of the people sickened in an E. coli outbreak had eaten at the chain’s restaurants. The restaurants have since reopened.
If you find yourself in a terror attack similar to the ones that hit Paris last week, do not play dead. With the growing threat of a major terrorist attack, it would be wise to learn some survival strategies. Even if you live in a major city that is bombed with either a nuclear, chemical, or biological weapon, it’s possible to survive a terrorist attack.
What to do in response to a fast-moving incident such as a firearms or weapons attack?
The advice is based on some evidence from victims of the assault on the Bataclan music hall, the deadliest site of the Paris attacks where gunmen fired indiscriminately at the crowd. Some were able to escape after playing dead among pools of blood.
But National Counter Terrorism Security Office (Nactso) says that “if you can see the attacker, they may be able to see you.”For those unable to find a safe route out, the guidance says to find cover from gunfire by hiding behind “substantial brickwork” or “heavy reinforced walls.” The document points out that cover from view does not necessarily mean you are safe as “bullets go through glass, brick, wood, and metal.”
Instead, the document urges those who find themselves in such an attack to:
Escape if you can
See something, say something
Don’t under react
Trust your gut
Know your exits
Run, hide, fight
Consider the safest options.
Is there a safe route? RUN if not HIDE.
Can you get there without exposing yourself to greater danger?