Friday, 30 June 2017

Chinese female bodyguards in training

In Europe and America, female bodyguards are common. According to statistics, the demand for female bodyguards has increased in China as well ever since 2011. Female bodyguards often out earn their male counterparts significantly. 
The trainees come from a wide background. 70% of them are retired soldiers and athletes. College graduates take up the other 30%


As long as one fits the physical bill, ordinary females can become a private bodyguard after going through a series of grueling trainings.

The training draws its inspiration from the training regimens of special forces from all over the world. However, it is not as intense.

Not only do these women go through tough training, in recent years many of them are also good looking, tall, and have a good figure.


























San Francisco Could Soon Pay $190,000 To Illegal Alien -- For Trying To Have Him Deported!

This is another one of those stories that you just aren't going to believe is true, to which we say: It happened in California, where anything — no matter how inexplicable, no matter how dumb — can, and often does, happen.

Here it is in a nutshell first, then fleshed out. A native of El Salvador sneaks into America. He cruises up to San Francisco, figures he's safe, it being a "sanctuary city," where municipal officials refuse to help the federal government deport illegals. His car is stolen, he goes to a police station, someone there notifies the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and he's arrested.
Now, San Francisco taxpayers could soon pay him $190,000 for his dramatic pain and suffering. 
Told you, right?
Here are the details. Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno walked into a police station in December 2015 to recover his stolen car. Shortly after he left, ICE agents arrested him. He was held for two months. 
His lawyers argue that federal ICE documents show that a San Francisco police officer directly contacted the immigration agency to tell them where to find Figueroa-Zarceno. That, the lawyers say, is a violation of the sanctuary city policies.
Figueroa-Zarceno says it was horrible after he was detained from breaking U.S. law. “I could hear my daughter screaming outside the van, Dad! Dad!” he said, according to KPIX-5, the local CBS affiliate. “I could hear her telling them not to take her dad.”
But here's the thing: another San Francisco law says illegals can't be detained by immigration authorities for deportation unless wanted for serious crimes. Figueroa-Zarceno did serve two days in jail for a DUI, but his attorneys say he's otherwise clear (except for that pesky only a civil deportation order dating back to 2005 for, you know, sneaking into America).
KPIX reports:
Police Sgt. Michael Andraychak said in a statement Friday that then-Police Chief Greg Suhr had informed Mayor Ed Lee that Figueroa-Zarceno “never should have been taken into custody by ICE agents after being released from Southern Police Station.”
“It is the policy of the San Francisco Police Department to foster trust and cooperation with all people of the City and to encourage them to communicate with SFPD officers without fear of inquiry regarding their immigration status,” the statement said.
The department is investigating and if any violations of policies and procedures are found, “there will be serious consequences,” the statement said.
John Coté, a spokesman for the Office of San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said, “San Francisco has strong policies in place to encourage victims and witnesses to report crimes without fear of being deported, which include our sanctuary ordinance. These policies are designed to foster respect and trust between law enforcement and residents to ensure our communities are safe. The City, including the Police Department, remain committed to them.”
Coté said, “This proposed settlement is a fair resolution for all of the parties involved.”
KPIX also says "The settlement is expected to be confirmed by San Francisco supervisors in future hearings."
Yup. Taxpayers will shell out nearly $200,000 to an illegal intruder because his rights were violated when officials tried to deport him.
And that's only "fair," right?

Health teacher and married mother-of-two, 29, 'repeatedly had sex with her 17-year-old student who revealed the affair after he tried to kill himself'

Police are investigating allegations that a Kennebunk High School teacher had a sexual relationship with a male student, the school superintendent said.

Jill Lamontagne, a health teacher at the high school, was placed on administrative leave on June 12 when the family of a 17-year-old student notified school authorities that he had had sexual contact with her, said Katie Hawes, superintendent of RSU 21.
  Sex abuse probe: Jill Lamontagne, 29 (pictured  with her son), a married health teacher from Maine, has been placed on leave after being accused of repeatedly having sex with her 17-year-old student
“We’ve been in close communication with both the police department and the Department of Health and Human Services,” Hawes said.

Details of the alleged relationship were disclosed in a protection from abuse order filed in Biddeford District Court by the student’s mother on the boy’s behalf.

The family sought the protection order two days after Lamontagne was placed on leave, and described in court documents how a sudden hospitalization for a suspected suicide attempt led the student to reveal the relationship to a family member, a registered nurse and a psychiatrist.

If Lamontagne is criminally charged, the district would consider terminating her, Hawes said.

It is a class-C felony punishable by up to five years in prison for a teacher or anyone with supervisory authority over children to engage in sexual contact with someone under the age of 18 who is in their care.

The Press Herald is not naming the student because he is the alleged victim of sexual assault. A message left for the victim’s mother was not returned.

 Lamontagne has been teaching at her alma mater, Kennebunk High School (pictured), for five years after a two-year stint as an education technician 


No one answered the door at Lamontagne’s Kennebunk home, and a call to her attorney, Thomas Richard, was not returned Wednesday.

A 2013 article published online in the Kennebunk High School newspaper said Lamontagne is a graduate of Kennebunk High School, received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Maine, and her master’s degree from the University of New England.

In a narrative included in the protection order, the boy was admitted to the emergency room June 9 after taking ibuprofen, Tylenol, cold medicine and warfarin, a blood thinner. A day later, he admitted to his aunt that rumors about him and Lamontagne were true. He had previously denied the relationship.

“He stated it was all true and he was sorry, so sorry for all the bad things he did,” the boy’s mother wrote. “He said he loved her, he said it happened numerous times, in the classroom, at her house, in her car. She told him that she hadn’t had a sexual relationship in two years.”

The boy said Lamontagne performed oral sex on him, and that “other stuff happened.”

He also admitted to his mother that he had told two classmates what had happened when he was “wasted,” according to the protection order, but that he shouldn’t have said anything because he didn’t want Lamontagne to go to jail.

He described one day when Lamontagne was attending a workshop after a half-day, and that she instructed him to meet her at her home, which is about 2 miles away, where they “fooled around,” according to the protection order.

Court records indicate Lamontagne is married and has children.


At a hearing Monday in Biddeford, a judge agreed to extend for two years the temporary protection from abuse order granted June 14. Lamontagne, through her attorney, agreed to have no contact with the boy or his family.

Hawes, the school superintendent, said the district hired Lamontagne five years ago, first as an ed tech and then as a full-time health teacher about four years ago.

Lamontagne passed all legally required background checks, Hawes said.

A request with the state Department of Education to determine whether Lamontagne was in fact properly licensed had not been completed as of Wednesday afternoon, but Hawes said the district followed all state laws, and performed an additional check against the national sex offender registry when Lamontagne was hired.

Venus Williams is sued by family of 78-year-old man who died in car crash 'caused by tennis star' as she brands it 'an unfortunate accident'

Venus Williams has been sued by the family of an elderly man who died in a car crash allegedly caused by the tennis star which she described as an 'unfortunate accident'.

The crash happened on June 9 and a Palm Beach Gardens police report said Miss Williams was 'at fault for violating the right of way of [the other driver].'

The Grand Slam champion was trying to get across a junction when she was hit from the side by another car.

Jerome Barson, 78, was a passenger being driven by his wife Linda and suffered serious head injuries.

He was taken to hospital but died two weeks later on June 23.


 Jerome Barson 
 A spokesman for the Barson family told the Daily Mail: 'The amount of pain the family is feeling right now is enormous.' 

The family are now seeking unspecified damages for loss of companionship for both Linda and their family, loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and medical and funeral expenses.

Mr Barson's wife said Miss Williams' SUV 'suddenly darted' into the intersection and there was no time to stop before she crashed into the side of the tennis star's vehicle.  
According to the lawsuit, the impact was so severe their car was 'crushed, the front windshield shattered, the airbags deployed, there was crush damage to the rear on the driver's side, and the back window was shattered.' 

TMZ said Miss Williams told police she was trying to get across the junction but traffic was backed up and she had to slow down to a crawl, leaving her stranded in the middle of the junction.

Mr Barson was taken to the intensive care unit but died two weeks later.
His wife was taken to hospital with injuries including a cracked sternum and multiple broken bones. 

A diagram on the police report shows Miss Williams' car in the middle of the junction with the Barsons' vehicle hitting its side.

Police say there was no evidence Miss Williams was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or that she was distracted by a phone. 


Pictures on Mr Barson's Facebook profile show him posing with a woman thought to be his wife, Linda, 68.

Below a photo of Mr Barson on Facebook a friend wrote: 'You will be missed.' 
The couple were married for more than 33 years and the lawsuit said Mr Barson died on his 68th birthday.    

Miss Williams' lawyer, Malcolm Cunningham, said in a statement last night: 'This is an unfortunate accident and Venus expresses her deepest condolences to the family who lost a loved one.' 

He added that Miss Williams had entered an intersection while the light was green and was going 5mph when the other vehicle crashed into hers.

He said she was not given a ticket or charged.


‘Queer Kid Stuff’ YouTube channel seeks to teach kids about dressing in drag and transgenderism

“Queer Kid Stuff,” a YouTube channel geared toward teaching children about sexual preferences, homosexuality, transgenderism, and more, celebrated “Pride Month” by releasing a video talking to kids about people dressing in drag.
The producer and host of “Queer Kid Stuff,” Lindsay Amer, created the channel in June 2016 to help children ages 3-7 better understand the LGBT community, according to the show’s website.
“Young queer people need to see themselves represented in their media and that is exactly what I aim to do,” Amer wrote.
In the videos, she and her co-host Teddy, a stuffed bear, invite guests on to explain various parts of the LGBT community, including the definitions of “gay,” “gender,” and “intersex.” They also discuss the subject of consent and include a sing-along video to go with it. Additionally, the channel discusses the Disney movie, “Frozen,” and how Elsa is allegedly homosexual.

In the latest video, Amer invites Jeff to explain the concept of drag queens to the kids. Following the pattern of every “Queer Kid Stuff” video, Teddy begins by asking the guest what his pronouns are and how he identifies.
Jeff explains that he is a male and uses male pronouns before explaining that drag is dressing up as the opposite gender in a very exaggerated way. Lindsay goes on to explain that drag queens often utilize extravagant costumes and a lot of makeup in order to transform into someone else.
The group then snaps their fingers, and Jeff magically transforms into a drag queen character named “Ms. Ter” with a black wig, heavy facial makeup, long-painted nails, white eye contacts, and jewelry.
Teddy asks “Ms. Ter” what his pronouns are and how he identifies, and Jeff explains that as “Ms. Ter” he identifies as female and uses female pronouns.
“Ms. Ter” goes on to explain that drag queens are the “hosts” of the LGBT community, making sure that everyone has a good time with dance numbers and lip-synching. “Ms. Ter” then notes that while not all drag queens are transgendered, some are.
At the end of the video, Teddy exclaims that drag is “so cool” and expresses its wish to put on dresses, makeup, and “do all those cool things.”



In a separate video, Amer shows children how Jeff transforms into “Ms. Ter.”



The library of videos on the channel do not seem to be well received by the public. The majority of of comments left in the comments section of the videos are negative. Amer has also disabled the ratings system for the videos.
However, the series is celebrated by outlets such as the Huffington Post that regularly promotes “Queer Kid Stuff” on its website.

Pilot criticized for asking passengers to pray after plane started intensely shaking midflight

One AirAsia pilot sought divine assistance over the weekend when his plane began intensely rattling midflight with more than 300 passengers on board.
Ultimately, the twin-aisle Airbus A330, which was flying to Malaysia from Perth, Australia, was forced to turn back Sunday due to what the airline described as a “technical issue,” CNN reported.
“We were asleep and heard a loud bang around the 1-hour-and-15-minute mark,” passenger Damien Stevens said of the flight. “It shook for the whole ride back, close on two hours.”
It is not yet clear what caused the problem with the plane’s Rolls-Royce engines. Any imbalance within the engines could cause the intense vibrations throughout the cabin of the plane. Stevens said the entire ordeal was “very scary.”
When the violent shaking was clearly not going away, the pilot instructed the plane’s 359 passengers to begin praying. He asked them twice, according to Stevens. The travelers were also told to hold “the brace position” for roughly two minutes during the landing.
When the pilot finally landed the plane, he exited the cockpit and shook hands with every passenger. Stevens said passengers “erupted with applause once we landed.”
Some passengers posted video of the harrowing experience on social media. One traveler, identified as Maesaya on Instagram, wrote, “I thought I might die.”


AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandez praised the flight crew, adding that he is “super proud of Captain Ibrahim.”
“AirAsia don’t [sic] make engines and all airlines have engine failures. But when it does happen, it takes great pilots and great leadership in times of crisis. I’m beaming with pride,” Fernandez wrote on Facebook. “From videos you can see all guests calm, and from the many emails and [messages] I got, the captain’s announcements kept everyone calm.”
But it was not all accolades for the AirAsia pilot. He was also criticized by some for his decision to request prayers from the plane’s passengers.
Shane Loney, vice president of the Australian and International Pilots’ Association, said Monday that the pilot “could’ve worded things differently” because “we don’t usually invite our passengers to pray.”
Pilot Ron Nielson also wrote in an editorial for Fortune that pilots should “never ask passengers to pray.”
“I do not know exactly why the pilot thought it necessary to ask for divine assistance,” Nielson wrote. “But after 30 years of fielding questions and concerns from thousands of people who have a fear of flying, I assume that saying this would only confirm to any scared passengers that they were in serious trouble.”
Malaysian politician Datuk Zaid Ibrahim also criticized the AirAsia pilot in a series of tweets, saying it was irresponsible for him to ask passengers to pray while the plane was malfunctioning.

And Zaid Ibrahim defended his comments Wednesday, saying, “I always pray and not only during emergencies. When the engine of the plane was shaking or facing problems, I believe the passengers would have been praying themselves already.
“There is no need for the pilot to add to the passengers’ fears,” he explained.
The flight landed safely in Australia at 10 a.m. Sunday, three hours after it departed.

EVIL: European Court Of Human Rights Sentences 10-Month-Old Sick Baby To Die, Won't Let Parents Come To US For Possible Life-Saving Treatment (11 Pics)

Eight weeks into Charlie Gard’s life, it was discovered he suffered from a rare disorder — a mitochondrial depletion condition — that weakened his body and left him unable to breathe without a ventilator.
British doctors told Connie Yates and Chris Gard that there was nothing they could do for their son, and that he had irreversible brain damage. But Mom and Dad disagreed, saying they saw their boy improving and even opening his eyes and knowing they were there, the Daily Mail reported.
So Charlie’s parents raised the equivalent of over $1.8 million to have him treated experimentally in the United States.
But doctors said no. Then British courts said no. And then the European Court of Human Rights said no. Officials said it would be kinder to let the boy die, the Daily Mail said.
Charlie, now 10-months-old, is scheduled to come off life support Friday.
After all the devastation handed to the young family, Charlie’s mother and father had one last wish: They wanted to pay for portable life support so they could take their son home — to have a bath and sleep in his cot — so he could at least die in loving surroundings after the machine is turned off.
His parents released a video Thursday saying the response was no.
And not surprisingly they blasted the doctors for leveling this final blow upon them.

“He will fight to the very end … but we’re not allowed to fight for him anymore,” 32-year-old Chris Gard said.
“Our parental rights have been stripped away,” he added. “We can’t even take our own son home to die. We’ve been denied that … Our final wish if it all went against us … if we lose, can we take our little boy home where he belongs to die? And we are not allowed.”
Yates, 31, told the Daily Mail that “we begged them to give us the weekend. Friends and family wanted to come and see Charlie for the last time. But now there isn’t even time for that. Doctors said they would not rush to turn off his ventilator, but we are being rushed. Not only are we not allowed to take our son to an expert hospital to save his life, we also can’t choose how or when our son dies.”
The weeping mother said that if there were no other options “we promised our little boy every single day that we would take him home. That is a promise we thought we could keep.”
The “fourth of August 2016 was the best day of our life, the day that Charlie was born,” she also said. “The 30th of the sixth 2017 is going to be the worst day of our lives.”
A family friend told the Daily Mail that “Connie and Chris are absolutely distraught, utterly heartbroken. It has ripped their world apart. The agony they have gone through is unimaginable. Fortunately, they have huge support from a very loving and close family but losing a child is every parent’s nightmare. And for them, the agony is more unbearable as they have fought so very hard for treatment they firmly believed would save Charlie’s life.”





According to the Daily Mail, a hospital spokesperson said the “decision by the European Court of Human Rights marks the end of what has been a very difficult process, and our priority is to provide every possible support to Charlie’s parents as we prepare for the next steps. There will be no rush by Great Ormond Street Hospital to change Charlie’s care, and any future treatment plans will involve careful planning and discussion.”
The spokesperson said that “our thoughts are with Charlie’s parents,” the Daily Mail said.