Women seen on video dancing provocatively at dancer’s funeral

Women dancing at dancer's funeral 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A video was uploaded to the internet showing women dancing provocatively near an open grave.

The young woman, who passed away, was part of a dance group known as “Party Animals”. The group frequented parties where they danced.

During the funeral, one of the dancers started dancing and shaking her behind, prompting others to join in.

Many people in the community felt that dancing near the fresh grave was disrespectful to the deceased.
But her friends who attended the funeral said that this is what their friend would have wanted. “This is the life she lived, we are just honoring her with what she did on earth while she was alive,” one woman said.

The women of Pretoria, South Africa, who were all dressed in the same mini dress, were struggling to keep their backside covered while they were shaking it.

Surprisingly, none of the people at the funeral seemed to be crying, mourning the loss of life or express any pain, rather people were whistling, singing and dancing to loud music.
The men seemed to have enjoyed the “show”. Some men were seen recording the dancing.

In another incident at a funeral in Mutare, Zimbabwe, police arrested four people for causing a stir at the funeral. Four women have danced without cloths in front of mourners.

Married South Carolina man arrested after paying prostitute with $10 in quarters

Larry Collum and Rhonda Kelley 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man got a great bargain when a prostitute agreed to take only $10 for her services.

The man paid the prostitute $10 in quarters, but before he could get what he paid for he was arrested by police.

Larry Collum, 63, of Greenwood, South Carolina, was arrested Wednesday night after police stopped him because he was driving too slow.

There was another reason police were following him, they suspect illegal activity. The officer noticed Rhonda Kelley, 41, in the passenger seat of the car. Kelley is well-known to police as she has been arrested for prostitution before.

At first, Collum told police he was giving his lady friend a ride home. But while being interrogated, he was told that Kelly was a known prostitute. That’s when he admitted to paying her with a $10 roll of quarters.

Police found the roll of quarters in Kelley’s possession, but she denied getting the money from Collum.
Collum was charged with soliciting a prostitute, while Kelley was booked on charges of prostitution.

Collum was taken to the Greenwood County Detention Center where he allegedly told officers he paid for sex because his wife had been in a nursing home for 13 years. He said he had made a grave error of judgment.

This is not the first time Kelley made headlines by prostituting herself.
A few months ago, she was arrested for prostitution along with Marvin Holmes, 33, who was accused of pawning his wedding ring to pay Kelley for sex.

Kelley and Holmes went to a pawn shop where Kelley received $20 for the ring. Then, they stopped at a "crack house" where Kelley bought and smoked the drugs before they had sex. They were both arrested and charged with solicitation of prostitution.

Town at loss after women call police to get personal favors

Jeanie Dufresne 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) Emergency workers are here to help people in need, but some women have started using emergency workers for personal favors.

These women might just need to go out and get themselves men to help them with the simple things in life.

Jeanie Dufresne of Hooksett, New Hampshire, called police ten times this month, but this time Hooksett Police said that she has gone too far. Dufresne was arrested over the weekend after she called police and asked for a pen.

"I just want a simple thing," Dufresne told the police dispatcher. “What is it?” He asked. "A pen," she said.
The dispatcher was shocked and frustrated. "You want a pen?" the dispatcher asked. "You dialed 911 because you want a pen? Did you realize that it is definitely not an emergency. You are tying up a 911 line because you need a pen,” the dispatcher said.

Hooksett Police chief Peter Bartlett said that officers have to respond to all 911 calls and that these bogus calls may delay getting help to these who really need it. Officers decided it was time to arrest Dufresne since this was the tenth time she called police this month, every time with different non-emergency request.

Dufresne was arrested for misuse of 911. She was held in lieu of $5,000 cash bail.
In a similar incident, another Hooksett, New Hampshire woman was arrested for calling police because she wanted help ordering Chinese food.

Elizabeth Niemi, 57, called 911 to get medical help. When the fire department arrived, they learned that she just wanted help in ordering chinese food. She was also charged with misuse of 911.

"Hopefully holding these people accountable for what they have done we can get the word out there that the emergency system is to be used only for emergency calls and services, not for something frivolous," Bartlett said.
Maybe the community can set up a dating service for older women.

Pennsylvania woman smears feces on her 6-month-old baby’s face and feeding tube in order make him sick

Lauren Ruth Buzard and her husband  
By: David Ross

A woman was arrested after she was caught on video smearing feces on her baby’s face and feeding tube.

Lauren Ruth Buzard, 38, of Pennsylvania, is facing charges after hospital surveillance cameras caught her rubbing feces on her 6-month-old baby.

Buzard has been arrested on charges of aggravated assault and reckless endangerment of a child.The woman was at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh with her infant, when doctors suspected that she might be intentionally harming her 6-month-old son.

Doctors had ordered cameras to be placed in the room and the mother’s shocking act was recorded on video.
The baby had been in and out of the hospital with unexplained illnesses for a while. Doctors could not pinpoint the cause of the illnesses and they thought that the mother was doing something to get the child sick.

According to a criminal complaint, Buzard was seen on video taking a dirty diaper and smearing the feces on the child's face and on his nasal feeding tube. She also seems to dilute the feces and rubbed it onto the baby’s crib sheet, the criminal complaint said. She later told doctors that the baby had vomited.

It appears that Buzard has been harming her son in order to obtain a thorough medical evaluation and care she felt her baby needed, according to the criminal complaint.
The baby is now out of the hospital and he is being cared for by his father.

Unique restaurant seats only two people for the most romantic experience

Solo Per Due restaurant 
By: Moses Gold

A unique restaurant was designed to give patrons the ultimate romantic experience.

The Solo Per Due restaurant is the world’s smallest restaurant as it seats only two people at a time.

The dining couple gets the full attention of the chef and servers.
This unique restaurant is nestled in the village of Vacone, in central Italy. The Solo Per Due restaurant has just one table for two people.

Then name "Solo Per Due", is Italian for "just for two". This unique feature makes the Italian restaurant a popular destination for locals and tourists from around the world, especially for lovers.

From a candlelit driveway and a personal welcome by owner Remo Di Claudio, who takes the couple to their table for an exclusive dining experience, to the personal service, thus making it a truly amazing experience.

There are no lines, and no waiting. There is peace and quiet, allowing diners to eat undisturbed. The restaurant's servers are literally at guests' beck and call, and they can be summoned with the ring of a silver bell.

People have to book in advance as only about 1,500 people have the opportunity to enjoy Solo Per Due each year. The price for a romantic night out at Solo Per Due is $335 per person, wine and champagne are extra.

The idea behind this unique restaurant is that guests enjoy true intimacy and get all the attention from the kitchen and the servers, who ensure an extra special dining experience.

Housed in a 19th century building, Solo Per Due features traditional decor with a cozy fireplace, chandeliers and candles. The couple can choose from a menu which is based on a selection of fresh, local and homemade ingredients. The couple can choose the music to be played for their special night.

Israel to build first ever memorial for gay victims of Nazi Germany

A memorial for gay victims of the Nazi regime 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) For the first time ever, gay victims of the Nazi German regime will have their own memorial in Israel, according to a statement released by Israeli officials.

The memorial for homosexuals persecuted by the Nazi regime will be built by the municipal government of Tel Aviv.

The monument, which will feature a giant concrete pink triangle reminiscent of the symbol used by the Nazis to mark homosexual prisoners, will be built in Meir Park in Tel Aviv. The exact plans will be unveiled by the end of the year.

The monument was the brainchild of a Meretz city council member, Eran Lev, who took the idea to ​​Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai.
The monument was designed by landscape architect and professor Yael Moriah, who also oversaw the recent renovation of Meir Park.

Lev said that the location of the monument in the park, near the Tel Aviv Gay Center, was symbolic.
"One of the first Nazi restrictions on Jews was against going to public parks," Lev said.

This will be the first and only memorial site in Israel that mentions non-Jewish victims of Nazis, who were persecuted.
At least 50,000 gay men were sentenced under paragraph 175 of Germany with many being subjected to cruel medical experiments, castration, or sent to camps to work to death.

15,000 known homosexuals were sent to concentration camps such as Sachsenhausen, Auschwitz and Birkenau during the time the Nazis were in power with 60 percent dying before the camps were liberated.
An unknown number of gay men were sent to concentration camps under other pretexts.

Belgium prohibits Jewish couple from naming their baby Jerusalem

Hagar and Alinadav Hyman 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A Jewish couple was devastated after authorities refused to approve the name they chose for their newborn. “Jerusalem is not a name approved for people in our country,” the Jewish couple, who are originally from Israel, was told.

Hagar and Alinadav Hyman of Brussels, Belgium, wanted to name their firstborn Alma Jerusalem.
However, city officials refused to register the name, because Jerusalem is not included on a list of approved names for babies born in Belgium.

The couple, who have lived and worked in Brussels for the past three years, said they were surprised by the decision.
Mr. Hyman said: "The clerk asked for the baby's name, so I said: ‘Alma Jerusalem’. After looking at the computer, the clerk said Alma was fine, but Jerusalem did not appear in the list of approved named, so it could not be used to name the baby.”
The couple said they wanted to name their daughter after the capital of their country, as they grew up in Jerusalem, and both miss the city.

However, the employee at the municipal offices in Brussels offered a compromise.
He said if I got a letter from the Israeli embassy confirming that Jerusalem is a valid name, then he could issue a birth certificate with the name.

Hyman said that this has not helped and he is trapped.
"We cannot take the baby to Israel because he has no passport, and no Israeli consular will write such a letter, the Belgians are not going to register the birth," he said.

Mrs. Hyman works as a security officer with El Al Israel Airlines, while her husband works in the European Parliament.

Israelis win gold and silver medals at Paralympic Swimming Championships in Montreal Canada

Yitzhak Mamistvalov 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) It was a proud moment for the Jewish people when Israelis won gold and silver medals at the Paralympic Swimming competition in Montreal, Canada.

Israel won its first gold medal at the 2013 IPC World Paralympic Swimming Championships on Friday, when Yitzhak Mamistvalov, 34, outperformed his competitors in the 100 meter freestyle race.

Sports fans had the opportunity to enjoy the 2013 Paralympic Swimming Championships. The competition was held at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, where athletes with disabilities from around the world came to compete for the gold medals. This year, Israelis won one gold medal and two silver medals.

Mamistvalov completed the course in 2 minutes, 23.72 seconds, bringing two medals to Israel, in addition to the silver medal won by Inbal Pezaro on Tuesday at the women’s 200 meter freestyle race.

Mamistvalov was born with cerebral palsy, and uses only his right hand when swimming.
Mamistvalov also competed in the Maccabiah games in Israel. He was voted the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) Athlete of the Month for April, 2013 by the public.

Canadian lawmakers propose yarmulke and other religious items ban in public offices

Jewish woman with head covering 
By: Eva Fett

According to a report, there is a new law proposal in Quebec, which calls to ban people from wearing religious symbols in public places.

The ban will first be applicable to judges, police officers and other areas of public administration. The ban includes the Jewish kippa, the Muslim hijab, and the Christian cross.

According to reports, the Parti Quebecois (PQ), a leftist provincial political party in Quebec, plans to introduce legislation prohibiting religious head coverings in government offices, schools, hospitals and any place that receives public funding.
They want everyone to be equal and leave their "religious symbols" at home. Women and girls will also have to remove their head coverings and veils before entering these government-funded places.

The ban might include the ultra-Orthodox Jewish tichel covering, but no word yet on whether Jewish women will have to remove their wigs before entering these places.
Crucifixes will be included in the ban, but not the large crucifix, as it is a symbol of national heritage of Quebec and is not considered a religious symbol.

There is a consensus among all three parties in Quebec parliament to prohibit a man or a woman, who uses a public service including health services, to request that they be served by a person of the same gender.
There is also said to be a consensus in favor of allowing Muslim women and Jewish “Taliban women” to wear their niqab and the burqa in public places, which is currently banned in France.

Terrorists seen on video firing at Israeli soldiers

Israeli military vehicle damaged by bullets 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A group of terrorists were seen on video firing at Israeli soldiers, according to a report by the IDF blog.

In the course of a joint IDF and Israel Border Police operational activity in Jenin, in which security forces sought to arrest a terror suspect, a violent riot developed, during which terrorists fired at and threw incendiary devices, improvised grenades and rocks at the security forces. Two soldiers were injured as a result.

The IDF force returned fire at the source of the shooting and according to reports one terrorist was killed and two were lightly injured. A suspect was arrested and transferred to security forces for questioning.

IDF Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Yoav Mordechai:

“The forces, from the Kfir and Nahal Infantry Brigades and the Israel Border Police, were facing an ongoing riot. I don’t want to call it a riot, it's simply terrorism, a very violent confrontation, that included more than two hours of continuous shooting at our forces.”

The Spokesperson emphasized that the forces were operating within the framework of arresting of terror suspects, and that these arrests are a critical tool that enables the IDF to “stop terror before it develops. Arrests such as these are an ongoing process that allows for the security of the residents of Israel and Judea and Samaria.”

During the course of the night, IDF forces arrested seven terror suspects in Judea and Samaria. All suspects were taken to security forces for questioning.

The IDF will continue to act against terror in any place whenever necessary.

Punjab India farmers learn farming techniques from Israel

The delegation of Indian farmers 
By: Debbie Gross

A group of foreign farmers came to Israel in order to learn Israeli farming secrets, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.

A 10-member delegation of dairy farmers from the Punjab region of India recently visited Israel to participate in a training program about modern dairy-farming techniques. The unique program was especially designed for the group by the Center for International Agricultural Development Cooperation (CINDACO) of Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

The Times of India reported that in late July, the Punjab farmers visited modern dairy farms located on kibbutzim and moshavim across Israel and learned the latest dairy-farming techniques from Israeli farmers. A member of the delegation, Karnail Singh, told the Times of India that weather conditions in Israel are similar to Punjab but that in Israel there are “special arrangements to control heat stress.”

Singh also pointed out the two different types of dairy farms in Israel: cooperative and family based, which employ such technology as solar systems that generate electricity for the farming functions. There are 776 family-owned farms and 163 cooperative-based farms in Israel.

According to the MASHAV website, the aim of the training program was “to showcase Israeli innovations achieved by leading Israeli companies as well as to share advanced modern dairy technologies.”

The Punjab delegation also included veterinarians, researchers and staff from the Punjab Dairy Development Board. The Punjabi government made the request to visit Israel though MASHAV, Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation, which brings Israel’s expertise in economic, social and environmental sustainable development to developing countries.
Mashav has trained 270,000 participants from 132 countries in various agricultural programs both in Israel and abroad.

Bank of America worker dies after working several 24-hour shifts

Moritz Erhardt 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A young man died after working a string of 24-hour shifts at Bank of America, according to emergency workers in the United Kingdom.

The man was identified as a student at the University of Michigan, working at a Bank of America branch in London.
Moritz Erhardt, 21, from Germany, had been an undergraduate exchange student at the Michigan Ross School of Business this year, officials said.

He was found dead on Thursday at the Claredale House, a student residence in East London. Police officials and the bank said the death was not suspicious.

"He was popular with his peers and was a very diligent intern in our company with a promising future," according to a statement from Bank of America. "Our first thoughts are with his family and we send our condolences to them at this difficult time," the bank said in a statement.

Erhardt's death brought light to the allegedly brutal working hours of the internship program.
He had worked three shifts in a row for almost 24 hours when he was found dead in the shower of his apartment, according to police.

"He was found dead in the shower by his roommate. The intern came home at 6:00 am three days in a row,” a person close to the student said.

A former investment banker said that Bank of America interns regularly work 14-hour shifts.
"Interns clock up to 100 or even 110 hours a week, but people are aware that banking is a tough job and the company constantly reminds interns not to overwork," the banker said.

Woman in diabetic shock handcuffed and left on ground after police thought she was drunk

Revina Garcia 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A woman was roughed up by police instead of getting some medical attention that she so desperately needed.

It all started when a woman went into a diabetic shock and rear ended a truck.

Revina Garcia suffers from diabetes. She uses an insulin pump, which she keeps on her waistband at all times.
One day, when Garcia was behind a truck in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, she hit the truck as a result of a sudden diabetic attack.

When sheriff's deputies arrived at the scene, they failed to realize that the woman was in need of emergency medical care, instead they ordered her out of her car.

When she did not follow orders and she failed to open the door, an officer broke her car window, pull her out, and threw her to the ground. Then, two officer handcuffed the woman and left her lying on the floor as they walked away. During the whole incident the woman was not moving.

For a diabetic suffering a seizure, if not treated, it could be fatal. Garcia said that she could have easily have gone into a diabetic coma.
In the report, the officer wrote: “I did not detect the odor of an alcoholic beverage, but Garcia seemed to be disoriented.”

When officers finally picked the woman up from the hot pavement she “mumbled something about being diabetic.” That’s when officers realized that something was wrong and they called paramedics.

After reviewing the police surveillance video, Santa Fe County sheriff Robert Garcia said they will educate the officers on diabetes and conduct an internal investigation into the mishandled incident.

Bride with big heart has 80 bridesmaids at her wedding

The bride, groom and 80 bridesmaids 
By: Debbi Gross

(Scroll down for video) For a bride, her wedding day is very special, for it is something she has dreamed about since she was a young girl.

For many brides, picking the bridesmaids is a very tough and stressful job, as they are concerned about hurting the feelings of their loved ones.

One bride, Katie Dalby, 26, who married the love of her life, Norman Gooch, 37, a firefighter, chose a different path for their wedding. She honored 80 people to be her bridesmaids. So who were the bridesmaids? Dalby, is the owner Katie's Boogie Shoes Dance Academy in Harwich, England, and many of her dance student were bridesmaids.

She had three sister-in-laws, her niece, her cousin, her best friend and 76 of her former students as bridesmaids. “It made my special day even more special,” the bride said about her bridesmaids.
Over the years, Dalby spoke to her students about her wedding and they spoke about being her bridesmaids.

When she set the date for her wedding, the girls were super excited and some asked to be included in the wedding. "It would not have been fair to choose two or three of them," Dalby said. "So the only solution was to invite all 76 of them. I did not want to exclude anyone," she said.

The girls brought their own bridesmaids dresses, all in the specified color. The ages of her bridesmaids ranged from 2 to 17-years-old. After the ceremony, guests, including all of the bridesmaids and many of their parents, went to a local waterfront hotel for the reception.

Police officer seen on video escorting group of ducks on highway

Police officer escorting ducks 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A video that shows a police officer providing an escort for a group of ducks walking along a highway has gone viral on the internet.

The video shows how one police officer escorts 50 wild ducks walking along on the side of a busy road in Surrey, United Kingdom.

The ducks were recorded by a traveler, who happened to drive along the A3 highway in Milford. The man is heard laughing on the video.

The incident caused major traffic delays, angering those who traveled through the area.
"The traffic problems near my hometown this morning was caused by ducks on the run,” one commuter complained.

The ducks were first spotted near the Eashing Moor Copse area of woodland and the River Wey.
A spokesperson for the Surrey Police confirmed that the force had received a call from a concerned driver at 7:19 am on Thursday morning, and that an officer was sent to the flock of birds in order to get them to safety.

"A police officer responded and found about 50 young ducks walking along the road,” a police spokesperson said.
"With the help of a local resident and a little corn, the ducks were taken to a safe place in a nearby shed. Attempts are being made to locate the owner of the birds," the spokesperson also said.

The A3 is one of the main busy roads connecting London and Portsmouth, while Milford is a large village, southwest of Godalming.

Police to issue fines for those who urinate outside toilet bowl

Public toilet in China 
By: David Ross

If you have a habit for missing the toilet bowl you will now face police fines in one city in China, according to a statement released by officials.

Police said that people with bad aim will be fined if they leave a mess after using a public toilet in a Chinese city.

The penalty will apply to those who urinate outside the toilet bowl in facilities in Shenzhen, the booming southern city neighboring Hong Kong. Officials did not specify a minimum amount of spill needed to be classified as a violation.

"Those caught urinating outside of the toilet bowl in a public restroom will be fined 100 yuan, or about $16 by the authorities, starting next month,” an official of the city government said on Tuesday.

Man calls police after getting locked inside forest, gets arrested for cocaine possession

Christopher A. Pilarski 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man called police for help despite the fact that he was in possession of illegal drugs, according to police reports in Illinois.

Will County Police said that a man carrying cocaine in his car ended up calling the police on Thursday night in a forest reserve.

Will County Forest Preserve Lieutenant Tracy Phillips said an officer drove through the Goodenow Grove Nature Preserve before closing the door at night and did not see any vehicles inside.

However, around 8:30 pm, sheriff's police said Christopher A. Pilarski, 38, had called to ask if someone could open the door for his blue Dodge Durango because he was locked inside, according to Phillips.

"The officer asked Pilarski where he had been and he admitted he was driving on the trails," Phillips said.
Motor vehicles are not allowed on the trails, but a ticket may seem to be the least of Pilarski’s concerns.

"The officer was given consent to search the vehicle and he found a bag containing 19.6 grams of cocaine under the music console," Phillips said.

Pilarski, of 653 Melrose Lane in Beecher, was arrested on a charge of drug possession and was booked into the county jail.

Construction workers successfully take down bank robber

Frazer Piccolo 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A group of construction workers showed they had some real muscle after hunting down a bank robber and holding him down until police arrived, according to police reports in Oregon.

Portland Police said that a man, who allegedly robbed a bank, had a very bad day.
Police said Frazer Piccolo, 44, entered the Bank of the West, located at 8135 SE Division Street, at 10:45 am, on Monday, and passed a note to a worker demanding money.

Piccolo then took off, got into a taxi and tried to leave the area, police said. While in the back seat of the taxi, a dye pack included with the money exploded.

Investigators said Piccolo had red paint all over his hands.

That is when police said Piccolo got out of the taxi and began to flee on the 7900 block of Southeast Grant Street. However, a group of construction workers realized what was going down.

Detectives said the workers saw the man running from a taxi with his hands covered in red paint. Some of them made the correct assumption that he had just robbed a bank.

The construction workers ran after Piccolo and when they caught up with him he actually took a shot at one of them with his red paint covered hand. Luckily, that blow missed, however, but a shot by one of the construction workers did not.

Police said Piccolo fell to the ground and stayed there until police arrived.
Piccolo was booked in the Multnomah County Jail on a federal hold order, and authorities plan to charge him with bank robbery.

Woman paralyzed after man slams her head on floor while partying in bar

Wet Willie's bar 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A woman was left paralyzed after an unidentified man slammed her head on the floor while she was partying at a bar, according to police reports in Georgia.

The strange incident occurred in a bar in Buckhead, police said.

According to a police report, a 38-year-old was at Wet Willie’s on Piedmont Road in Buckhead, back in the beginning of this month, when an unidentified man tried to pick her up. The woman told him several times to stop, but he still lifted her from the ground, the report said. Then, he dropped the woman on her head and fell on top of her, according to the police report.

The woman could not move her arms and legs. She was transported to a local hospital.
Police said the woman is being treated at Atlanta Medical Center for serious injuries and paralysis.
The authorities are not sure who the man was, but they said he could be charged with assault and battery.

Florida teen, 19, jailed for having sex with 14-year-old girl

Kaitlyn Hunt 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A teen was arrested and charged with child sex assault related charges after she allegedly had sex with an underage girl, according to court proceedings in Florida.

Now, the woman was sent to jail after she violated an order of protecting.
Kaitlyn Hunt, 19, found herself back in jail, on the eve of a hearing on her sex assault case.

Hunt was booked into the Indian River County Jail about 9:00 pm on Monday, Sergeant Thomas Raulen, a spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office of Indian River County, said.

Hunt’s plea deal, which promised her no jail time, was canceled after it was discovered that she had been in communication with the victim.

At Tuesday's hearing, she is facing the possibility of additional criminal charges.
Indian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar said his detectives have completed their investigation and gave their testimony to prosecutors.

Hunt was charged with two counts of lewd or lascivious battery on a child, which was 14-years-old at the time.
Hunt was charged in February, and was jailed. She posted $5,000 bond and was released with a court order prohibiting her from contacting the victim.

Under Florida law, it is illegal for an older teen to have sex with an underage teen, even though the relationship is consensual.
Investigators said that Hunt sent 20,000 text messages to the victim.

Prosecutors also said the mother of Hunt, Kelley Hunt Smith, had been in communication with the victim, telling the victim to delete the texts so no one would find out about them.

The young victim’s parents eventually found out about it and contacted police.
According to court documents, the girl spoke and met with the Hunt until just three weeks ago.

Texas kindergarten teacher jailed after ordering students to whack bully

Cynthia Ambrose 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A teacher was arrested, charged and convicted after ordering her students to assault the class bully, according to court proceedings in Texas.

Now, the judge in the case has sentence the teacher to jail.
A former Judson teacher was sentenced on Tuesday to two years probation with 30 days in jail.

District Judge Sid Harle said he wanted to make sure that Cynthia Ambrose, 44, won’t be teaching for two years. The probation term was the maximum allowed under the law.

The judge was upset to learn that Ambrose faced only one-year suspension by the Texas Education Agency. The judge also allowed the woman to serve her prison sentence in work release or to check into the Bexar County Jail on weekends. Ambrose cried when she was handcuffed and became ill while waiting in the jury box.

"This is absolutely a parent’s worst nightmare," the judge said. "They send their children to school and trusted them with you," he also said.

Ambrose, a former kindergarten teacher at Salinas Elementary School, was found guilty of misdemeanor charge after telling her students to show 6-year-old Aiden Neely "how it feels to be bullied" by hitting him.

Ambrose tearfully told the judge that she is really a good person. "I hope and pray that all parties involved find peace," she said.

"This was not really a case of bullying as portrayed in the media. This was really a case of child abuse," Patrick Ballantyne, the state prosecutor, said.

He said more than 20 students in her class were victims too, because they learned the wrong lesson.
"They learned to use violence with more violence. Eye for an eye," Ballantyne said.