Never before seen photos and documents of top Nazi Heinrich Himmler pops up in Israel

Heinrich Himmler 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A large collection of photos and documents belonging to a top Nazi leader was discovered on Israel.

The private letters written by Heinrich Himmler, who ran the Nazi security service SS, have been rediscovered in Israel.

Hundreds of letters have been kept there for years in a private home, and were now in the hands of a private archive.

Experts have examined the documents and they have confirmed their authenticity. Some letters were written to Himmler's wife, Marga, from 1927 to only five weeks before Himmler committed suicide in Berlin, Germany, in 1945.

Himmler was in charge of the SS, Nazi concentration camps, and the Gestapo.

The cache includes many previously unknown photos, documents belonging to the adopted son of Himmler, and other papers.

Many of the letters were signed Daddy or Heini.

Himmler was one of the top lieutenants of Adolf Hitler. He was captured at the end of the Second World War, but he committed suicide by swallowing poison.

Man, 35, stabbed to death inside his Crown Heights home

By: Eva Fett

A Crown Heights man was found dead inside his home, according to police reports in New York.

Brooklyn Police said that a Vogue dancer was stabbed to death inside his home, which is located on St. Johns Place, on Thursday afternoon.

Terrell Anderson, 35, was found with a stab wound to the head at 981 St. Johns Place, at 2:30 p.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police have launched an investigation, but so far, no arrests have been made in connection with the stabbing.

The incident is being investigated as a hate crime as Anderson used to dress up as drag queen.

Twitter users shocked after National Police tweets tips how to avoid being caught with illegal drugs

The Twitter messages of the Spanish police 
By: Moses Gold

Twitter users were shocked after the Spanish National Police tweeted tips how to avoid being caught smuggling drugs.

"If you're traveling overseas and take along four joints, it is better to have them on you or place them in the bag?" The National Police was asked on Twitter.

"It's best if you've already rolled the joints and hide them somewhere where sniffer dogs cannot detect them," the National Police responded on Twitter.

“Try hiding the joints inside a pack of cigarettes," the police suggested.

The tweets caused a Twitter storm, and the National Police received many new followers.

The police later deleted the tweets from the Twitter account, and they warned that those caught using drugs in public will face charges.

Woman arrested after son, 4, calls police asking for food

Love Sonia Altagracia Polanco Franklin 
By: Sarah Weiss

A boy called police and told them that he was hungry.

Virginia police officers went to the boy’s home, and found the child was home alone.

His mother, Love Sonia Altagracia Polanco Franklin, 43, who is a church volunteer, was nowhere to be found.

Police were finally able to contact the mother, and when she arrived home, the mother was arrested.

According to Prince William County Police, the boy called 911 around 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, and told the dispatcher that he was hungry.

It is unclear how long he was home alone before he called the police.

Franklin was charged with felony child neglect.

She was later released from prison on her own recognizance.

Her Linkedin page shows that she works in television and video production, and is working on a children's book.

Her son was placed in the care of a family member.

Women angry after waitress writes ‘old ladies’ on their receipt

Restaurant illustration 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) Elderly female diners were left heartbroken after a young waitress wrote “old ladies” on their receipt.

A California mother of four, who is also a grandmother, went to the Bull Shed Bar and Grill in Bakersfield, with a friend after she won free tickets to see a concert at the restaurant.

When they finished eating, the women asked for their bill and noticed that their young waitress wrote something offensive to identify them.

"Our table was named 'Old Ladies,’" she said.

The words “Old Ladies,” were printed in the upper left corner of the receipt, and that did not sit well with one of the women. The woman uploaded a copy of the receipt to Facebook.

"This is not the way we run our business," Angel Gonzales, the owner of the restaurant, said.

Gonzales called the whole incident a big mistake.

“The restaurant has a policy of how tables are handled. There is a map and each table is labeled with a number,” Gonzales said.

Man rapes neighborhood boys because he was fed up from his girlfriend

Justice Olise 
By: Debbi Gross

A man who raped many young boys blamed his former girlfriend for breaking his heart.

After his girlfriend left him, 33-year-old Justice Olise of Benin City, Nigeria, decided that he no longer wanted to be with women, so that his heart is not broken again.

He began having sex with young boys as they would not break his heart.

Olise worked as a forklift operator at Coca-Cola before he was arrested by the Edo State Police.

Olise is accused of raping five children between the ages of 10 to 15.

During an interview, Olise blamed his actions on the anguish he suffered from his girlfriend.

He admitted abusing five boys who are all his neighbors.

Apparently, he saw nothing wrong with sexually abusing the children. He admitted to having sex with the same boys numerous times.

The incident came to light when some of the children told their parents about the encounters.

Man banned from nightclub after he was caught smearing his feces on women

Mark Follos 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Women were in tears as they told a judge how they were smeared with feces at a nightclub.

Mark Follos, 51, of England, who works as a taxi driver, has been banned from a pub after being found guilty of deliberately wiping feces on two women on two separate occasions.

The incident took place at the Oaks pub in Ramsbottom, Lancashire.

Follos walked up to the women and touched their arm, and while doing so, he smeared his feces into the women.

One victim was in tears when she told the judge that she wore a sleeveless top when Follos walked up to her, touched her arm and left something smelly on her.

"I looked, smelled and touched my arm. That’s when I realized what was on my arm. It was poop," she said.

Follos denied the charges saying, "Do I look like the kind of person who goes around smearing poop on people?”

Follos admitted that he had gone to the bathroom and had a bowel movement. He told police that he did not wash his hands.

The 51-year-old said he touched the arm of the first victim to wish her a good night.

“I was just being polite,” he said.

Follos also denied the second incident.

He was banned from the Oaks pub for a year.

He was also ordered to perform 100 hours of community service and he was ordered to pay a total of £1,010 (about $1,600).