New video shows how Israeli Air Force destroyed the Egyptian Air Force in 3 hours

Israeli Air Force destroying Egyptian military planes 
By: Aarav Sen

(Scroll down for video) The Israel Defense Forces has released a video that shows how the Israeli Air Force quickly destroyed the Egyptian Air Force during the Six Day War, the IDF Blog reported.

In 1967, tensions rose in the Middle East.

The Arab countries surrounding Israel formed alliances, taking belligerent positions toward the Jewish State. In May 1967, Israel’s northern sector saw a series of attacks. By mid-May, the president of Egypt, Gamal Abdel Nasser, began massing his troops in the Sinai Peninsula and expelled the UN forces present in that area. He also declared the Straits of Tiran closed to Israeli shipping. Following a defense pact between Jordan and Egypt, the Iraqi army deployed troops in Jordan.

Tiny Israel, surrounded by massive Arab armies, feared for its existence. It understood that its main chance of survival was to strike the enemy by surprise.

In 1962, Maj. Gen. Ezer Weizman, commander of the Air Force, had already planned an operation that would shut down all the air forces of enemy nations. In order to be effective, the IDF understood it first had to strike the airport runways that would keep planes on the ground.

The mission had to be a complete surprise for it to succeed. The orders of the Air Force Commander were clear. Pilots would fly at low altitude and would not under any condition use communication lines - not for take off, not during flight and not even if a pilot had a technical problem and needed to eject. They would make contact only after the first round of strikes.

In 1964, about three years before the war, the IDF planned the 24 hour mission as a defensive measure against Israel’s increasingly hostile enemies. Senior commanders discussed the operation with the highest of secrecy and named it "Moked."

Maj. Gen. Mordechai "Mottie" Hod, an Air Force Commander, and Lt. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, then IDF Chief of Staff, decided on June 4th to launch Operation Moked. After receiving the clearance from the political echelon in the afternoon, a few air base officers were gathered to receive the instructions from their commanders.

At around 4:00 AM, pilots received their instructions for the attack that would occur at 7:45 AM precisely in 11 different targets throughout Egypt. The enemy was caught completely by surprise. After destroying their airport runways, the IAF planes fired on the Egyptian squadron barricaded on the ground.

The first wave of the attack continued for two hours and 197 Egyptian planes were destroyed. In addition, six airports were shut down.

By the end of the first wave, Lt. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin ordered the ground forces to invade the Sinai, initiating what would later be called the Six Day War.

A couple of hours later, the IAF attacked Egypt a second time to ensure that all targets were hit, and to destroy radar and electronic infrastructure.

At 11:30 AM, following a Syrian air attack, the commander of the Israel Air Force decided to redirect planes to Syria and destroy Syrian airports. In parallel, King Hussein of Jordan - based on false reports of Egyptian success - decided to join the war and launched attacks against Israel. Informed by IDF intelligence about the imminence of the attack, the IAF decided to destroy the Jordanian airports and planes.

Later that day, intelligence reports pointed out that Iraq would join the war. Instantly, the IDF decided to launch an attack on the H-3 airport in western Iraq.

The operation was one of the greatest success stories in IDF history. About 400 enemy planes - Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian - were destroyed.

In the next 5 days, the IDF took terrain on all fronts, defeating four armies and increasing Israel’s territory, in what some would describe as the greatest victory in Israel’s history.

Israeli President Shimon Peres heads to Washington to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom as Israelis demand he bring back Jonathan Pollard

Petition demanding the release of Jonathan Pollard 
By: Aryeh Savir

Israelis have launched a petition asking Israeli President Shimon Peres, to bring back Jonathan Pollard, as he prepares to accept the Presidential Medal of Freedom in Washington, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

Peres has departed for a special visit to the U.S., as part of the celebrations marking the end of his presidency.

Peres is scheduled to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House, during which Peres will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Signed by “the Citizens of Israel,” a petition has been launched requesting that Peres take this opportunity and devote his final presidential visit to the U.S. to secure the release of Jonathan Pollard.

“We the Citizens of Israel appreciate your efforts to secure the release of Jonathan Pollard, and feel that you have been a significant factor in the decision of President Obama, who stated that it is now possible to free Pollard. At this time, when the diplomatic process is not on the agenda, we ask that you become our advocate and that you bring to bear the full weight of your influence in the U.S., so that justice and compassion may prevail and Jonathan will be released without any further delay,” the petition reads.

“Mr. President, we appreciate your declaration made last December that you intend to devote the rest of your time in office to securing the release of Jonathan Pollard, who has served nearly 29 years in a U.S. prison for his service on behalf of the State of Israel. For this reason, we ask that you devote your upcoming trip to the United States to secure his release,” the petition concludes.

“We believe that there would be nothing more noble and just, than to use this unique opportunity to save a life,” a person who signed the petition, commented.

Over 25,000 have signed the petition, and the organizers hope for at least 30,000 signatures.

International terrorist wanted by FBI and Israel killed in Syria

Fawzi Ayoub 
By: Aryeh Savir

(Scroll down for video) A terrorist wanted by the FBI and Israel, was killed in Syria, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

Fawzi Ayoub, a Hezbollah terrorist who was imprisoned in Israel for an attempted terrorist attack in Jerusalem and was also on the FBI's most wanted terrorist list, finally died last month.

The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC) provided a glimpse into the life of the international terrorist.

Several weeks ago, Hezbollah announced the death of Hajj Fawzi Mustafa Muhammad Ayoub (Hajj Abu Abbas). He was a senior field operative with a long history of terrorist activity abroad. According to Hezbollah, he was killed while "fulfilling his duty of Jihad."

There are two versions of where he died. Lebanese and Syrian media reported that he was commanding a Hezbollah force in Aleppo, and was killed there. However, "Lebanese security sources" and a Syrian source reported that he was killed in the Syrian town of Nawa in the southern Golan Heights, in the Dara'a province. It was also reported that last year, he was wounded in the battles at Al-Qusayr.

Ayoub's career as a terrorist spanned over three continents. He was a Lebanese Shi'ite who was born in Beirut in 1966, and lived in the south Lebanon town of Ain Qana. He joined Lebanon's Shi'ite Amal Movement and then Hezbollah. As a Hezbollah operative he was involved, along with two others, in the 1988 attempt to hijack an Iraqi plane in Bucharest, to attain the release of Shi'ite clerics being held prisoner in Baghdad. He was caught by the Romanian authorities before he could act, but one of his accomplices carried out the attack. The hijacked plane crashed in the Saudi Arabian desert and 60 people were killed. Some months later, Hezbollah managed to release Ayoub by bribing Romanian officials.

After being released from jail in Romania in 1988, he moved to Canada, and four years later became a naturalized Canadian citizen. He married a woman from Detroit, Michigan, and went to work in a supermarket, and also enrolled in a university.

According to the U.S. Attorney General, for a certain period of time he lived and worked in Michigan. In 1994, he divorced his wife and married a woman of Lebanese descent. At the beginning of 2000, he returned to Lebanon with his family and opened a bakery.

He returned to Lebanon on a Canadian passport and resumed activity in Hezbollah. He was trained to carry out sensitive missions abroad, and underwent training in the use of explosives in secret Hezbollah apartments in Beirut. He was taught how to hide his Lebanese identity and told to speak only English once in Israel.

During the 1990s and the beginning of this century, Hezbollah was responsible for a series of attempted terrorist attacks in Israel through the agency of Lebanese and Muslim terrorist operatives sent from Europe, traveling on real or false passports.

In the ITIC's assessment, Hezbollah's objective was to provide backup for the efforts of the Palestinian terrorist organizations, led by Hamas, to sabotage the Oslo Accords with terrorist attacks and weaken the Palestinian Authority (PA). The attempted attacks, which were carried out by Hezbollah's overseas terrorist squads, in the ITIC's assessment in coordination with and directed by Iran, were not successful. The Hezbollah operatives sent to Israel were caught and detained by the Israeli security Forces.

The terrorist attacks in Israel and the PA-administered areas originating in Europe, usually had a set modus operandi. In a European country, a cover identity was created and contact was made with local Hezbollah operatives. The terrorist operative received a foreign passport and preparations were made for his journey to Israel. Later, the operative arrived in Israel with his non-Lebanese passport and began his operations, including gathering of intelligence, making explosives and IEDs, and then carrying out an attack. During the time, Hezbollah followed the above modus operandi with a number of its terrorist operatives who were detained in Israel, among them Hussein Miqdad (1996), Steven Smirk (1997), Fawzi Ayoub (2000) and Jihad Shuman (2001).

In the ITIC's assessment, Fawzi Ayoub was sent to Israel to carry out a showcase terrorist attack, or possibly to gather intelligence about important targets within Israel to prepare a terrorist foundation for Hezbollah operatives. During interrogation he admitted that one of his missions was to try to secure the release Hezbollah operatives imprisoned in Israel, possibly by abducting Israelis.

From Jerusalem he went to Hebron, where he contacted local Palestinian terrorist operatives. He was detained and held by the Palestinian security services in Hebron. On June 25, 2002, during an IDF action in Hebron, he was detained and interrogated by the Israeli security forces. After his interrogation the IDF chief of staff signed an order for his imprisonment. In 2004, he was released by Israel and returned to Lebanon as part of the Tannenbaum exchange deal.

On August 5, 2009, a Michigan district court filed a grand jury indictment against him in absentia. He was accused of using and of attempting to use a counterfeit U.S. passport to enter Israel to carry out a terrorist attack for Hezbollah. With the indictment he was put on the FBI's most wanted terrorists list.

On May 30, 2014, Hezbollah held a formal funeral for him in the village of Ain Qana in south Lebanon. It was attended by Hezbollah operatives and activists, clerics and Lebanese public figures. Mourners waved Hezbollah flags and pictures of senior Hezbollah terrorist operatives killed in Syria, and chanted slogans such as "At your orders, oh Nasrallah," and "Zeynab will not be captured again."

Hezbollah justifies its involvement in the fighting in Syria by calling it a battle against the jihadist terrorism of Al-Qaeda and its affiliated organizations, which, according to Hezbollah, threaten Lebanon's security. The death of Fawzi Ayoub shows Hezbollah's readiness to deploy its most capable manpower in the battle at Aleppo and other key locations. That included sending Ayoub, an operative with extensive experience in the organization's overseas terrorist activities, since he had been burned and could no longer carry out clandestine missions outside of Lebanon.

Mother flies to Spain with daughter’s passport despite their different skin colors

Sally and Shelby Nayler 
By: Hydar Tomar

A woman was allowed to fly to Spain, using her daughter’s passport despite the fact that the two look nothing like each other and have different skin colors.

The mother, 48-year-old Sally Nayler of Britain, was on her way to Spain when she accidentally picked up her daughter’s passport when leaving in a rush to the airport.

Nayler traveled with 12 people including friends and family members. She was allowed to pass the Southend Airport in Essex, and board the plain with her 17-year-old daughter’s passport, no questions asked.

The woman did not realize her mistake until she was ready to head back home. In Spain, she was asked for her own passport.

Nayler took a look at the passport she was holding and was shocked to see that it was the passport of her daughter, who looks nothing like her.

Nayler said that her daughter is of mixed race and has an afro hairdo, leaving her stunned at the lack of security back at home in Britain.

Nayler was forced to stay behind while the group headed home. Her aunt offered to stay with her while they work things out.

British Consulate staff workers arranged for an emergency passport and she returned to Britain the next day.

A spokeswoman for Southend Airport, has apologized for the mistake and said a full investigation was currently underway.

Teacher enjoys sex romp with 14-year-old student in car and at home

Stephanie Amato with students in her car 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A teacher turned herself in to police after she was accused of having sex with a student.

The special education teacher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is accused of having at least 10 illicit sexual encounters with the 14-year-old student.

30-year-old Stephanie Amato, is accused of having sex with the boy on at least 10 occasions in her car and at her home.

The student was taken out of the Ethan Allen Elementary School after his father learned of the sexual relationship between his young son and the teacher.

Although the sex was “consensual” and not rape, at 14 years old, the boy is too young to consent, according to the law.

On her Facebook page, Amato has photos of herself driving with several students in her car.

She was seen laughing with the kids. One photo caption reads: “Fun with these kids!” While another states: “My fav students!”

Amato faces charges including statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, unlawful contact with a minor, interference with custody of children, endangering the welfare of a child, corruption of a minor, and indecent assault.

She was released after posting her bail, which was set at $125,000.

Man gets stabbed while attempting to rape two women

Christopher Perry 
By: Anika Rao

A man became the victim after he tried to victimize two women by sexually assaulting them.

The man of Louisiana, who allegedly tried to sexually assault the two women, was stabbed by one of the victims.

43-year-old Christopher Perry, was accused of trying to sexual assault two women in their home on the 1600 block of Poland Street on Saturday night, just after 10:00 p.m.

One of the women armed herself with a knife and managed to stab Perry on the hand. He fled from the home with a bleeding hand.

Police officers were called to the intersection of Allen Avenue at Anna Street, to treat a wounded man.

Police realized that he was the wanted suspect in the attempted sexual assault case, which took place a few blocks away.

Perry was taken to a hospital to treat the stab wound before being arrested. He has been charged with one count of Sexual Battery and Simple Battery.

Woman helps husband rape and impregnate young girl

Bedroom illustration 
By: Devansh Dutt

A man and his wife were arrested after sexually abusing a young girl.

45-year-old Ameena Kawadia, is accused of helping her husband lure a young girl to their home.

She then locked the door and allowed her husband Pappu Kawadia, 50, have sex with the teenager.

The 14-year-old of Morena, India, was blackmailed into returning to the home and was raped over a period of three months.

The couple threatened her with dire consequences if she told anyone about the rape.

The incident came to light after the girl became pregnant.
The victim’s mother took her to a hospital where doctors confirmed that she was three months pregnant, leading to the couple’s arrest.

The parents of the girl have consulted the doctors in order to terminate the pregnancy, which resulted from the rape.

The couple is facing charges of sexual assault.

Blind prostitute becomes a hit with men

Prostitute illustration 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A woman who was born blind, is making good money by prostituting herself.

The woman of Zimbabwe, began working as a prostitute to support herself after her boyfriend impregnated and left her to care for herself and her baby.

The woman, who did not want to be named, works with her sister. Her sister was the one who suggested she join the industry.

The sisters said that they sometimes sleep together with the same man as a threesome.

At first, she thought that being blind would cause men not to want to sleep with her. However, it turned out to be an advantage.

In an interview, the blind prostitute said that blindness turned out to be a blessing in disguise as she does not have to see the men she sleeps with.

The women explained that prostitutes do not have much of a choice because they want to make money.

“Some of the men we sleep with are undesirable, and sometimes dirty and smelly, but it is money. I joke with my sister that she has bad luck because she sees the men she sleeps with,” the blind woman said.

The men seem to feel more comfortable with the blind prostitute knowing that she won't judge them for their looks.

Newlywed couple dies in head on collision with each other while driving separate cars

Cristina Munoz and husband Nicolas Cruz 
By: Devansh Dutt

(Scroll down for video) A freak accident left a newlywed couple dead and their families with a lot of questions.

The tragic car accident took the lives of the two, who are parents to three young children in Texas.

The couple crashed head-on into each other as they drove in separate cars near their workplace in Odell, at about 10:00 a.m., police said.

The wife, 26-year-old Cristina Munoz, was driving her Saturn, when for some reason she drifted across the unmarked paved county road and crashed head on into a Mazda pickup truck driven by her husband, 31-year-old Nicolas Cruz.

Both reportedly worked in the Mahard Pullet Farm and were working at the time of the accident. They were heading to different buildings belonging to their company.

Police officer and father of seven killed by man while trying to arrest a woman

Chantell Mixon, Tyler Taylor and Michael Bowman 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A father of seven was killed while trying to arrest a woman.

The police officer, an ex-marine, was shot dead on Saturday morning, where he was working as a security guard.

The tragic shooting happened at the Waffle House in Georgia, about 2:20 a.m. 43-year-old Officer Kevin Jordan worked at his second job as the security guard.

A woman named Chantell Mixon, 28, along with her boyfriend, Michael Bowman, 30, and another male friend Tyler Taylor, 23, who were allegedly drunk, began fighting.

Jordan tried to get the fight under control by placing the woman in handcuffs. However, her boyfriend became violent.

As the officer was on the floor place the handcuffs on the woman, Bowman grabbed a gun and shot the officer three times in the back, killing him.

The officer’s brother, Raymond Jordan, was in the parking lot of the Waffle House when the shooting occurred.

When he saw his brother being shot he pulled his own gun and shot Bowman in order to stop him from hurting anyone else.

Raymond Jordan is a civilian who has a valid gun permit in Georgia.

Bowman was taken to a hospital in critical but stable condition. He has been charged with the murder of the officer and father of seven. Tyler Taylor has been charged with disorderly conduct. Mixon has been charged with felony obstruction. She is being held without bail.

Waitress gets arrested after being run over by train while sleeping on tracks

Lynsey Horne 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A woman is facing charges after she was run over by a train.

22-year-old Lynsey Horne of Salem, Alabama, who according to her Facebook works at the Irish Bred Pub Opelika, fell asleep on the train tracks.

Witnesses who saw the train racing towards he, called police to try to get the train to stop before the woman was run over.

However, the train was unable to stop on time. To everyone's surprise Horne was unhurt when the train drove over her.

Officers arrived at the scene to find Horne passed out drunk on train tracks about 9:00 a.m. When Horne woke up, she was unaware of her brush with death.

Authorities said that her petite size and the length of the train probably prevented her from being hurt. Horne was taken to a hospital before she was taken to jail.

Horne was charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct for causing a disruption, as the train service was brought to a halt. An ambulance was called and a chopper was on standby.

Harvard University book bound in human skin taken from female mental patient

Book bound in human skin 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) Tests have confirmed that a book at one of the Harvard University libraries is bound in human skin.

Experts from Harvard University have confirmed that the book printed in the 19th century is bound in human skin.

The book Des destinees de l'ame was written by Arsene Houssaye of France, and is currently being held at the Houghton Library. The book is described as a meditation on the soul and life after death.

Dr. Ludovic Bouland bound book with skin taken from the back of a mentally ill woman who died of a stroke, according to researchers. Bouland left a note explaining what he had done.

He wrote: “A book about the human soul deserved to have a human cover.” After testing, Bill Lane, the director of Harvard Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Resource Laboratory, said: “The analytical data, together with the origin of Des destinees de l'ame, makes it highly unlikely that the cover may be other than human.”

Although the binding of a book with the skin of another person may now seem distinctly horrible, it was not an unusual practice in the past. Binding books in human skin has occurred at least since the 16th century, according to the library.

Des destinees de l'ame is the only known Harvard book bound in human skin.

Female sales executives get big payout because their boss loved looking at their chests

Diana Nicholl-Pierson (left) and Anna Mazover 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

Two female sales executives will receive compensation after proving that their boss harassed them by constantly looking at their chests, a court in the United Kingdom ruled.

53-year-old Darren Scott, was obsessed by the breasts of 24-year-old Diana Nicholl-Pierson.

Scott openly stared at her breasts at his office located in Mayfair. Scott, who is married and worked as the head of sales, was also accused of groping the behind and stroking 29-year-old Anna Mazover.

He told the two women that they should get rid of their boyfriends because he was rich and could buy them expensive gifts. The two women were fired from Entic Corporation Ltd., shortly after they complained of sexual harassment.

A panel found that Scott often looked at the women’s breasts instead of their faces. Scott deliberately stroked the behind of Nicholl-Pierson during a fire drill at a restaurant.

However, the women falsely claimed that Scott asked them for a threesome at his apartment. Scott claimed that he can no longer have sex due to an illness.

The women will be rewarded up to 30,000 pounds ($51,000) each.

Popular scientist commits suicide after student suffered acid burns in laboratory accident

Doctor Mark Jervis 
By: Anika Rao

A popular scientist was found dead in his office after committing suicide following a laboratory accident, an investigative panel in the United Kingdom heard.

The insect scientist committed suicide after fearing he would lose his job.

Doctor Mark Jervis, 62, was stressed after a college student suffered acid burns on the face. Jervis, a professor at the Cardiff University, was found dead in his office.

The panel was told that Jervis slashed his wrists and neck with a knife. His wife Julia claimed that Jervis, a father of two children, was already under pressure from a heavy workload and the acid accident pushed him over the edge.

Jervis, an international expert on the life cycle of insects, was feeling suicidal after fearing he would lose his job when one of his doctoral students poured acid on his face during an experiment.

“Mark was extremely anxious and convinced that he would be fired for misconduct,” his wife said. After Jervis did not come home from work, she had sent him a text message that read: “Please do not do anything silly, I love you.”

49-year-old man arrested for masturbating at library while holding a cucumber

Frederick Tennyson Davis 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested on charges of committing an indecent act after allegedly masturbating at a library while holding a cucumber in his hand, police in Canada said.

Toronto Police said that 49-year-old Frederick Tennyson Davis, was charged with committing an indecent act and two counts of failing to comply with probation regarding a suspicious incident.

The incident unfolded at the Agincourt Library located on Bonis Avenue. Prosecutors told a court that Davis approached a 26-year-old woman, who was studying at the library, sat down next to her and opened his laptop.

He then began to masturbate with one hand while holding the cucumber in the other hand. “He was not using the cucumber to masturbate,” police said.

“He just held it while doing his deed,” police added. Davis fled from the scene before police arrived.

However, he was later arrested after returning to the library. This was not the first time that Davis was arrested for indecency.

Several years ago, he acted in a similar way at a different library.

Man seen on video using his baby’s back as drum set

Brad Kuehner drumming on his son’s back 
By: Devansh Dutt

(Scroll down for video) A man recorded a video that showed him using his baby's back as a drum set, a video uploaded to YouTube showed.

The video that was uploaded last week, has since gone viral on the Internet, and has racked up 1 milion views.

This video showed the experienced drummer father using his son's back as a turntable, pounding out a beat while the shrieks of the small boy provided great sound effects. Brad Kuehner, who plays drums for the rock band Atticus Avenue, and his little son Max, have an unusual bond.

Brad regularly practices his beats using Max as his mini-drum kit, drumming on his back and even using the diaper as a saucer. Brad’s beats are impressive on his own, but what really makes this video awesome is the contribution of Max.

The melody is punctuated with adorable giggles and squeals of the baby that align perfectly with the rhythm of the father. The end result sounds like an expertly mixed track of a professional DJ with computerized sound effects, but Brad said that the clip has not been edited or modified.

“Everything is real,” he said. “I have been asked several times, if this was mixed, altered or improved in any way, and the answer is ‘no,’” the 29-year-old father posted on Facebook.

The father and son team is naturally in sync. The huge smile on Max's face as he sits up at the end of the video suggests that Brad has definitely passed on his love of music to his son.

Man hides 40 bags of heroin inside his belly button

Randall Streeter 
By: Aarav Sen

(Scroll down for video) Police were shocked to find dozens of heroin bags hidden inside a man's belly button, police in North Carolina said.

Greenville Police said that they arrested the man, who hid drugs in his belly button.

The incident unfolded on Thursday, when police officers of the Greenville Regional Drug Task Force concluded a one month investigation of heroin trafficking. During a traffic stop, officers seized more than 150 bags of heroin in the vehicle driven by Randall Streeter.

When officers searched the body of Streeter, they were shocked to find 40 bags of heroin along with crack and Percocet pills hidden in his belly button. The total estimated value of the heroin was $6,800.

In the course of this investigation, agents seized more than 340 bags of heroin. Streeter has been selling large amounts of heroin from the Econo Lodge, located at 920 Cross Winds Street.

Streeter was arrested and charged with numerous counts of trafficking.

Man electrocutes his wife while talking to police dispatcher because she gave birth to a girl

V.T. and M.T. 
By: Hydar Tomar

A man who was extremely angry that his wife gave birth to a girl, killed her while she was asleep, police in Turkey said.

The man of Diyarbakir, called police to inform them that he was killing his wife just a day after she gave birth to her second daughter.

Police said that V.T., 29, killed his wife, M.T., 33, by electrocuting her head while she sleeping. The husband used a power cord and gloves to protect himself from the electrical current.

The man was on the phone with a police dispatcher when he killed his wife. The defense attorney of the husband is blaming the police dispatcher for not convincing the husband to abandon his evil plan.

“Clearly, the police dispatcher made no effort to convince the husband not to murder his wife. If the dispatcher had done something, the woman might have been alive today,” the attorney said.

V.T. later told police that he was overcome by an evil power to kill his wife and could not resist. However, a lawyer for the woman told a court that the husband killed the woman because she gave birth to a girl.

New suitcase motor bike that can travel 37 miles on 1 charge goes on sale

Motor suitcase bike 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A new suitcase motor bike that can travel a long distance on a single charge is now being sold in China.

The inventor of the new bike has transformed his suitcase into the electric scooter, an invention that he hopes will revolutionize the personal transportation and luggage industries.

The three wheel scooter suitcase of He Liangcai, weighs 15 pounds and can reach a top speed of 12.5 miles per hour. The battery lasts between five and six hours, and it can travel up to 37 miles on a full charge.

The handlebar controls the accelerator, brake and lights, and the machine is equipped with a GPS system. Liangcai of China, has spent nearly 10 years and around $161,500 developing the idea.

He has since been riding his motor bike in the city of Changsha. When the battery dies, it can be removed from the suitcase and placed in a charger that plugs into an outlet.

The farmer turned inventor has secured a patent on his motor bike.

The price for a motor suitcase bike ranges between $650 and $4,750 depending on the model type.