Uganda agrees to accept tens of thousands of illegal immigrants from Israel

Police officer checks the status of black immigrant 
By: Sarah Weiss

Israel is set to deport tens of thousands of illegal immigrants after it struck a deal with Uganda.

Israel has agreed to finance the flights, which will carry the illegals to Uganda. The country will also pay the cost of their resettlement there, and will also give each person $1,500 in pocket money.

Israeli Interior Minister Gideon Saar told a parliamentary committee this week that a senior Israeli official had obtained the consent of Ugandan officials.

He said that the operation that will begin in late September, after the upcoming Jewish holidays.

Israeli immigration officials say there are about 55,000 illegal African immigrants in the country. Many came on foot through Egypt and slipped through the open border before Israel, which has since been sealed with a sophisticated system of electronic fences and walls.

Rising tensions over the increasing number of illegal immigrants erupted into violence in May, when a protest in south Tel Aviv turned ugly, with demonstrators vandalizing shops owned by Africans.

Judge who beat his own children returns to the bench

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By: Shifra Unger

An Israeli trial judge will return to the bench despite the fact that he allegedly beat his own children.

Supreme Court President Asher Grunis and Justice Minister Tzipi Livni made the decision today that the judge will return to work as trial judge early next year. However, the judge will not oversee criminal, custody and family cases.

The judge took a voluntary leave in February after Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein approved a request from the police to question the judge on charges of child abuse.

The first complaint was filed three years ago, after the judge allegedly confessed to one of the teachers of his children to beating his children. The teacher immediately notified the Department of Social Services.

San Diego California mayor resigns after numerous sexual assault accusations

Robert Earl Filner 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) The mayor of San Diego, California, has resigned after numerous women came forward and accused him of sexual assault.

Robert Earl Filner resigned as mayor of San Diego on Friday, becoming the latest in a series of Jewish politicians, who were forced to quit politics due to their sexual improprieties.

The 70-year-old Filner Was accused by 18 women of groping and making lewd comments. Among them was a Marilyn Monroe impersonator, an old great-grandmother, 67, and one female Navy admiral.

The mayor has been married twice and divorced twice, and his fiance broke off their relationship after the sexual abuse charges surfaced.

The disgraced mayor, who resigned after the City Council agreed to pay his expenses to defend himself against legal claims, follows the footsteps of two other high-profile Jewish politicians.

The former governor of New York, Eliot Spitzer, left office after evidence emerged that he frequented expensive prostitutes, but now, he is running for the office of New York City Comptroller.

Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner resigned after repeatedly texting explicit photos of himself to a large number of women. he is now a candidate for mayor of New York City.

In addition, Congressman Steve Cohen of Tennessee apologized after being caught tweeting a bikini model while listening to the State of the Union speech by President Barack Obama.

Mother trashes store than strips inside in dispute over cellphone

Stephanie 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A woman tried to return a cellphone, but when the store refused to return her money she became outraged.

The woman was angry after the store refused to take back the cellphone, which her son bought two weeks earlier.

When the phone was purchased, the store employee promised a money back guarantee if they were not fully satisfied. But when the mother of Detroit, Michigan, tried to return her son’s cellphone, the worker refused to take it back.

He explained that “there was 7 day money back guarantee”, and her phone was two weeks old. The two got into a shouting match, prompting the employee to record the exchange.

The woman insisted in getting a refund. The employee, who shot the footage said that he was trying to explain to the angry mother that her son’s purchase exceeded the store’s 7-day refund policy, but the mother was not taking no for an answer.

The mother started cursing. She then removed signs from the wall and threw pamphlets to the ground. She even used a knife to damage display cases.

Things took a strange turn when the mother addressed the employee, who was recording her. "Take my picture. Take that!" The woman said, as she lifted her dress and smacked herself on the backside.

She then walked up to the employee so he can get a close up photo of her. "Take that! Do you understand? Cause I'll be back. Got that close? Cheese!" She said.

When local news media reached out the mother, who was identified as Stephanie, so she can explain her bizarre behavior, the woman said: "I want you to know there's a reason I had to do that, the cell phone store sold my son an outdated, damaged phone."

She wants the store to give her another phone or return the $200 her son spent for the phone.
The store plans to file charges against the woman for vandalizing their store.

Couple arrested for having sex inside shed at Home Depot

Shaun Bowden and Emily Craig 
By: Shifra Unger

A couple gave a new meaning to getting a “screw” at Home Depot.

The couple was arrested after they were caught having sex inside a shed, which was on display at Home Depot, police said.

Shaun Bowden, 31, and Emily Craig, 20, of South Carolina, were arrested after police were called about 8:40 pm to the store in North Charleston.

Police were told that a man and a woman walked into a shed that was displayed as a sample on the Home Depot property. The two closed the door behind them and they stayed inside, according to the police in North Charleston.

Officers entered the shed and found the two "partially clothed". Bowden and Craig were both shirtless and Bowden also "had his pants down around his knees, with his privates exposed," according to the report.

During the subsequent interrogation, "it became clear that they were engaged in sexual activity inside the shed," police said.

Bowden and Craig were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Bowden was also charged with indecent exposure.
Craig is also facing an additional charge for providing false information to officers, as she initially gave officers a false name.
The two was booked into the Charleston County Detention Center.

Police officer shoots lizard after it kills chicken

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By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A lizard messed with the wrong chicken, causing its death.

Wild animals are known to eat other animals as their meals, but police officers in Connecticut respond angrily to a lizard that found his prowl in a residential area.

Police in Ledyard, were called at 3:30 pm after a resident reported seeing what she thought was a "crocodile" in her chicken coop.

When police and animal control arrived, they found a monitor lizard that had killed at least one chicken. Police believed that it was trying to kill other chickens.
Rather than saving the animal and releasing it into wild, the officer killed it.

"Based on the information we gathered about the lizard and its proximity to people, the officer decided to kill the lizard to control the situation. Due to the risk to livestock, pets, and human life, the officer was forced to use a firearm to mitigate the threat,” police Lt. Michael T. Finkelstein said.

Police said this is not the first time they received a report of a monitor lizard in the area.
Police are warning people against having a lizard as a pet. The reptile is "extremely dangerous" and people should not have them as pets, police said.

Finkelstein believes the lizard might have been someone’s pet that either escaped from its owner or grew so large that the owner decided to release it.
Police are investigating and are trying to find its owner.

Grandmother happy that her grandson was killed by locals

Sindisiwe Mthembu 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A grandmother is happy that her grandson, 24, was finally killed.

On Monday afternoon, a young man, Zakhele Mkhize, 24, was caught stealing a laptop computer from a young boy.

His neighbors in KwaMakhutha, South Africa, beat him to death. People were angry as Mkhize had stolen many times in the past. The locals tied his legs so he cannot escape and beat him until he died.

His cousin, Thabani Mkhize, 23, said that Mkhize stole often and this was not the first time he was beaten for stealing.
“On different occasions, angry locals tied him up and beat him, but he just would not die. This time they managed to kill him,” Mkhize said. "He said he did not want to steal anymore, but he could not stop, we are better off without him," she added.

One would think that the grandmother would mourn the loss of her grandson, but instead, she was happy to get rid of him.
Zakhele's grandmother, Sindisiwe Mthembu, 56, said: "His death was long overdue, he has caused the family nothing but pain. I'm glad he's dead. Now, there will be peace for everyone.”

"He used to refer to himself as garbage. He knew was a thief and a liar,” grandma Mthembu said. “At school he used the name of his cousin to move up to the next grade. He was a dishonest young man and nobody will miss him," she added.
Police chief Thulani Zwane said that a murder investigation has been opened, but so far no arrests had been made. May he rest in peace.

Two woman seen on video beating man who tried to rob them at ATM

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By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) Two women defended themselves from a thief by grabbing him and hitting him.

A man, on a bicycle, tried to rob two women at an ATM before telling their mother to teach them manners.

The man was seen on surveillance camera approaching the two women at an ATM before lunging to grab their money.

The women responded by fighting him. They even threw him off his bike. When the women, who are sisters, ages 25, and 27, realized that the man was trying rob them, one woman punched him in the face. The same woman then grabbed him by the neck with both arms and put him in a headlock.

After freeing himself from her grip, the women walked away. As they left, the man spat at them in retaliation. The sisters promptly turned around and pulled him off his bike.
The women went down the street to meet their mother. The would-be thief then cycled towards the women and their mother.

When he came close to their mother, the would-be thief told the mother, “If I was going to rob them I would have taken the money." He then proceeded to lecture her the about teaching her kids some manners. "Your children need to learn some manners,” he said.

The incident took place on Central Road in London, England, about 7:15 pm.
Police are looking for the suspect, who is described as white, and about 5 feet 8 inches tall. He wore a blue and white knitted alpine hat with strings hanging from the sides.

Naked Juice slapped with lawsuit after fraudulently claiming to be all natural

Naked juice bottles 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A juice company was slapped with a lawsuit after allegedly making false claims about its drinks, according to court proceedings in the United States.

Now, the company has decided to settle the lawsuit.

If you purchased a Naked Juice product during the last six years, you are entitled to some cash. As part of the settlement of the class action lawsuit for alleged misuse of health phrases, the parent company, PepsiCo, agreed to pay $9 million.

The lawsuit claimed that Naked Juice fraudulently used phrases like "100% Juice", "100% fruit", "from Concentrate", "All Natural", and "All Natural Fruit,” among other phrases.

PepsiCo refuted these claims, but agreed to distribute up to $75 to each consumer who purchased Naked Juice.

The company also said that it will stop using these phrases on its Naked Juice products.




Man sues Walmart claiming overstuffed bag led to wife’s death

Walmart bag illustration 
By: John Roberts

A man in Nebraska, is suing Walmart and their shopping bag supplier, after an overfilled shopping bag allegedly led to the death of his wife.

William Freis, of Plattsmouth, said that the bag, which was given to his wife, Lynette, tore on the way out of Walmart during a shopping trip in April 2010.

The couple was shopping at a Walmart Supercenter in Bellevue, Nebraska, when the cashier handed his wife only one a plastic bag for their purchase of two 42-ounce cans of La Choy and a bag of of rice.
On the way to the car, the shopping bag tore. The lawsuit states that one can of La Choy fell on the woman’s right toe, breaking her toe and causing a deep cut.

Gage Cobb, Freis' attorney, said the incident resulted in an infection. Despite aggressive antibiotic treatment and two surgical procedures, Lynette Freis' condition declined.
The infection spread throughout her body, which led to more hospitalizations "and ultimately resulted in her death on March 22, 2011," according to the lawsuit.

Freis originally filed the lawsuit against Walmart Stores, Inc., the distributor of plastic bags, Bunzl Distribution, and manufacturer, Hilex Poly Co., in the Sarpy County District Court.

But Walmart’s attorney, Heidi Guttau-Fox, pushed to move the case to federal court. The trial was recently moved to U.S. District Court Omaha.
The lawsuit also claims that Walmart was negligent to properly train its employees to prevent overfilling shopping bags, and to know when to double-bag groceries.

Freis also claims that the bag given to his wife was defective.
He is seeking $656,000 in medical expenses, plus additional amounts for pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and funeral expenses.

Eight men arrested after using guns in music video

Rayvon Lollis, Rodney Ramsey, and Sheldon Cobb  
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Hey officer we are “shooting” a video.

Three men were arrested after the were seen brandishing guns while shooting a music video.

Police in Chicago, Illinois, were called to the scene where people were recording a rap music video. Three men were using real guns as a prop for the video.

Police officer were not amused and they did not take it lightly.
Even though the men had no bad intentions while holding guns, it is still illegal to carry a weapon without a permit.

Eight people were arrested at the location and three of the eight were charged with possession of weapons.
Police said that the team was recording a rap music video in the backyard of a house in Englewood, about 3:00 pm, when officers made ​​the arrests.

Rodney Ramsey, 22, of Indiana, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Sheldon Cobb, 24, of Calumet City, Illinois, and Rayvon Lollis, 19, of Burnham, Illinois, were each charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

Man arrested after killing his wife because she was in pain

Ernest Chris Chumbley 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with murder related charges after killing his wife, who was suffering from cancer, according to police reports in Kentucky.

Laurel County Police said that the man, who is accused of killing his wife, said he fatally shot her because she asked him to end her suffering from breast cancer.

"She told me she wanted me to end her pain. I told her that all I have is what the doctor has prescribed. However, she insisted that I end her pain for good,” Ernest Chris Chumbley said from prison.

The sheriff's office said that Chumbley police at 2:30 am on Wednesday saying he had killed his wife.
Police found Virginia Chumbley dead in the bedroom of the couple’s home with two gunshot wounds.

The 48-year-old Chumbley was arrested on a charge of murder and was being held on $200,000 bond.
He pleaded not guilty to the charges in Laurel District Court.

Neighbors said the couple had been happily married for over 20 years, but her breast cancer had ravaged her health.
"She was hurting badly. I could hear her at night gasping for air," Stanley Campbell, a neighbor, said.

New York woman hires hitman to kill her husband with postage stamps

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By: Debbie Gross

A woman hired a hitman to kill her husband in exchange for some postage stamps, according to police reports in New York.

New York City Police said that a woman was arrested on Thursday, for hiring a hitman to kill her husband in exchange for $60,000 in rare stamps and jewelry.

Elena Sava-Adams, 57, allegedly wanted her banker husband, Irving Adams, to be hit by a car because of an argument over finances.

The former Israel Discount Bank of New York employee told police that he has been unemployed for five years.
"She is at war with her ​​husband for the money," police said.

The ruthless woman went to a man, saying that she wanted her husband to be called to Brooklyn because Brooklyn has less surveillance cameras than Manhattan.

The hitman asked for $10,000 in cash. She offered stamps and jewelry because she didn't have the cash.
The man then went to the police.

Police set up a meeting place where the woman was recorded. She was later arrested.

Red Lobster waitress severely beaten after serving the wrong fish order

The scene of the attack 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) Several people were arrested and charged with assault related charges after severely beating a waitress because she served the wrong order, according to police reports in Missouri.

Three women were arrested after beating a Red Lobster waitress because she served the wrong fish order.

The charges, filed on Monday in Illinois St. Clair County, came six days after another woman, Ania Wilkes of Ferguson, Missouri, was convicted of felony assault and mob action. Wilkes, 21, will be sentenced next month.

The three new defendants, Denise McNeal, 43, of Jennings, Missouri, Lareka McNeal, 29, and Diane Ryland, 50, both of St. Louis, face charges of aggravated battery and mob action.

Authorities said the restaurant was full when a server took an order from Wilkes and her companions.

Heather Frink said that after she brought the customers grilled fish instead of fried fish, she told them that it would be free because the error. Frink said that when she left for a manager to ask if the other meals of the table would also be free, one of the women at the table called her a profane name.

When Frink challenged the women, Wilkes threw her drink in her face before the four diners started hitting and pushing Frink, leaving her with cuts on her nose and forehead, and with a swollen eye.

Frink also said she had to undergo physical therapy for injuries related to being beaten in the back.
A customer recorded the attack on a mobile phone. The video later went viral.

New Jersey woman arrested after throwing her sick dog down garbage chute

Kisha Curtis 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with animal cruelty related charges after she threw her sick dog down a garbage chute, according to court proceedings in New Jersey.

Now, the woman was sentenced to probation.

Essex County prosecutors asked the judge to sentence Kisha Curtis to the maximum allowed 18 months in prison after she pleaded guilty to animal cruelty last month just before her trial was to begin. She got 18 months probation instead.

Curtis, 29, admitted that she left her pit bull tied to a fence outside her Newark apartment building in 2011 when she left town for a week. The emaciated dog was found in a plastic bag in the bottom of a trash chute of the building, unable to stand, and weighing about 20 pounds, or about 30 pounds underweight.

The dog was nursed back to health at a veterinary hospital and is now happy and healthy with new owners.
Curtis did not admit to throwing the dog in the trash.

Tennessee sheriff punished after shooting at turkey because it relieved itself on his car

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By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A sheriff was punished after he used his gun in order to scare a turkey away from his patrol car, according to police reports in Tennessee.

Maury County Police Chief Deputy Nathan Johns said that Lieutenant Andy Jackson was reprimanded for firing his gun to scare away a turkey, which was hanging around his patrol car.

Jackson, who is the head of the Central Investigations Division of the department, was reprimanded after he admitted to firing his pistol into the air to ward off the turkey after it defecated on the hood of his patrol car outside the department's detective division at 7:30 am.

"We do not allow the use of our weapons to scare animals away from our vehicles," Johns said.

Sheriff Enoch George said that the sheriff who first reported the incident, Terry Chandler, was reassigned upon his own request, shortly after the incident, and he later resigned. George said that no punitive action was taken against Chandler.

Louisiana man arrested after driving drunk on lawnmower

Edward Duke 
By: Shifra Unger

A man was arrested and charged with drunken driving related charges after driving drunk on a lawn mower, according to police reports in Louisiana.

Terrebonne Parish Police said that a 60-year-old local man was arrested for drunk driving after a police car nearly crashed into him on the road.

Police said they found Edward Duke driving along a road in Houma on a lawnmower without his lights on shortly after midnight on Tuesday.

He was arrested on charges of DWI and operating an unsafe vehicle after performing poorly on a field sobriety tests.
During the processing of his arrest, officers found an arrest warrant for Duke of a DWI charge six years ago in New Mexico.

He remained in the Terrebonne Parish jail.

This is not the first time a man was arrested for driving drunk on a lawnmower. As we reported earlier, a man in Houston, Texas, was arrested and charged for operating a lawnmower while drunk.

Charles Torres, 36, was arrested by police after he was seen driving erratically on his lawnmower on a local road. He was arrested and then released on bail.

Sisters find more than 150,000 euros inside dead brother’s couch

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By: David Ross

Three women were shocked to discover a stash of cash inside their dead brother’s couch, according to police reports in France.

The three sisters came to the French Police, and they handed over 156,000 euros they had found tucked into their brother's couch. The found the stash when cleaning his apartment after his death.

The women came to France from Algeria last month in order to resolve their late brother’s estate. Their brother died earlier this month at the age of 61.

They found the cash, in 500 euro notes and 100 euro notes, stuffed under the mattress of a sofa bed inside his apartment located in the French city of Montpellier.

They also found a social security card and bank cards belonging to his father, who had died at age 80 in 1995.

The son did not reveal the death of his father and continued to draw his pension of 750 euros a month from the bank account of his father.

Investigators would like to know why the man had not spent any money. Police also praised the great honesty of the three sisters.