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continuously harassing me for years is not obsessed? :rolleyes:
He's proving his superiority to you by doing the same thing he criticizes you for doing, only an exaggerated version. That's what counts as one-upsmanship in these, the days of decline.

Spam, I read the first paragraph of every post you make. If it interests me, I read more. If it interests me a lot, I ask questions, either on the board or of my good friend Google, who knows everything (but can sometimes be a little hard to focus). Otherwise, I move on. I've lost nothing but a few seconds.

That's like a slot machine that pays out more'n ya put in, over the course of, say, ten plays.

I very much appreciate your chosen contribution to the board, and thank you for it.
 

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He's proving his superiority to you by doing the same thing he criticizes you for doing, only an exaggerated version. That's what counts as one-upsmanship in these, the days of decline.

Spam, I read the first paragraph of every post you make. If it interests me, I read more. If it interests me a lot, I ask questions, either on the board or of my good friend Google, who knows everything (but can sometimes be a little hard to focus). Otherwise, I move on. I've lost nothing but a few seconds.

That's like a slot machine that pays out more'n ya put in, over the course of, say, ten plays.

I very much appreciate your chosen contribution to the board, and thank you for it.
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Hacker takes over Disneyland’s Instagram, Facebook to share racist posts
Author of the article:Denette Wilford
Publishing date:Jul 07, 2022 • 14 hours ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation

A self-acclaimed “super hacker” briefly took control of Disneyland’s Instagram and Facebook pages to share racist, derogatory posts threatening Black people.



David Do’s vengeful actions were the result of “staff mocking me for having a small penis,” he revealed.

His first post was shared just after midnight, alleging he was a super-hacker “here to bring revenge upon Disneyland,” the Daily Mail reported.

“I am f***ing tired of all these n***** Disney employees mocking me for having a small penis,” he reportedly posted. “WHO’S THE TOUGH GUY NOW JEROME? GET HACKED YOU F***ING F******.”

In another post he said he he invented COVID and blamed it on Wuhan, “Cuz f*** yall.”

He added: “I am working on Covid20 – You n***** better hide before I release this new deadly virus.”


Do also captioned two selfies with“Disney land giving all u n***** a discount. KILL ALL N******S. DAVID DO IS HERE.”


He then urged users to follow his private Instagram account, @chi11estpanda, which boasts the bio: “Sometimes being the change you want to see in the world, isn’t what you want at all. So, change.”

The multiple posts were deleted by Disney within an hour of Do posting.

Officials “worked quickly to remove the reprehensible content, secure our accounts, and our security teams are conducting an investigation,” according to a statement from Disney to the Mail.

It has not yet been confirmed if the David Do associated with @chi11estpanda’s account was responsible for the hack.
 
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Family of Mississauga man sues police, paramedics and SIU over his death
Author of the article:Canadian Press
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Liam Casey
Publishing date:Jul 08, 2022 • 13 hours ago • 4 minute read • 6 Comments

The family of a 28-year-old man killed by police west of Toronto has filed a lawsuit over his death, alleging negligence on the part of the force, local paramedics and the province’s police watchdog.


Peel Regional Police shot Jamal Francique, a Black man, during an arrest attempt on Jan. 7, 2020. He died in hospital two days later.

The Special Investigations Unit — which investigates police conduct after a death, serious injury, sexual assault or the firing of a gun at someone — cleared officers of wrongdoing in Francique’s death last year. Police were investigating Francique for allegedly dealing drugs and possessing a gun, the SIU said in its report.

Francique’s family alleges police used excessive force against the young man.

“To the Peel Regional Police Services, Jamal was nothing more than an armed Black man trying to escape police apprehension,” the suit filed last week alleges.

Peel Regional Police and the Region of Peel did not immediately provide comment and the SIU said it stood by its investigation.


On Jan. 7, 2020, several plainclothes officers and their unmarked cars gathered near Francique’s home in Mississauga, Ont. They could not confirm if he had a gun or was dealing drugs, but decided to arrest him for allegedly breaching bail conditions, the SIU said.

The family’s statement of claim said officers watched Francique leave home and walk 200 metres to his car in a nearby lot. Police did not make a move until he was driving his car, the claim said, and Francique was then hemmed in by police on foot and two unmarked cars.

The officers did not identify themselves as police, the claim alleges, and one officer fired four shots at the car, with one bullet hitting Francique’s head.

The claim alleges Francique posed no threat to the officers who did not see a gun or weapon on him.


“Rather than retreat or disengage from the vehicle, (the) Subject Officer fired four shots in rapid succession into Jamal’s vehicle, striking Jamal at least once in his head. Jamal was fatally wounded,” the claim said.

“Considering all the circumstances, the use of lethal force against Jamal was excessive, unnecessary and unlawful.”

The SIU report said officers believed Francique was an imminent threat, which the family’s lawsuit questions.

The suit claims police have never fully explained why officers initially approached Francique “in such a hostile manner with unmarked vehicles and discharged weapons that would undoubtedly leave Jamal feeling confined, confused and fearing for his life and safety as a Black man confronted by white police officers.”


The statement of claim alleges the officer who shot Francique “subconsciously or consciously acted on racist beliefs when he overestimated the threat posed by Jamal and applied excessive force.”

The SIU report said officers were fearful Francique had a gun.

Neither police nor paramedics approached the car for 20 minutes, the suit alleges.

The suit alleges one officer pulled Francique from the car then repeatedly kicked him as he lay unconscious on the ground.

The suit also alleges Peel paramedics failed to “provide the necessaries of life” for 20 minutes while Francique bled out.

“When the ambulance was finally called, Jamal was subjected to further negligence and injury,” the claim alleges. “He was further deprived of necessary, life-saving medical care when a decision was made to transport him to St. Michael’s Hospital, located 34 km and approximately 33 minutes away from the scene, while Credit Valley Hospital was only 2.3 km from the scene.”


The family also takes issue with the SIU’s investigation and its report.

The suit alleges the SIU took more than three hours to show up at the scene, which it claimed “severely compromised” the credibility and reliability of the evidence gathered. The suit also alleges the SIU did not meet with the officer who shot Francique for nearly two hours.

The suit notes some discrepancies in the SIU report.

The SIU said twice that Francique was shot at 5:45 p.m., but also said officers were about to arrest Francique at 7:44 p.m. The report also said officers found a gun in Francique’s waistband, but at another point mentions the gun was found inside his satchel.

The family alleges the SIU did not conduct “a thorough, fair and unbiased investigation.”


“The SIU report is an example of how insensitive, uninterested and dismissive the agency is that is supposed to provide confidence and accountability in policing,” the suit said.

The SIU said it was not yet aware of the lawsuit.

“The unit stands by the integrity of its investigation, and would file a statement of defence,” spokeswoman Monica Hudon wrote in a statement.

The family is seeking $101 million in damages.

“The hope is a significant financial award will deter Peel Police and other police agencies from condoning and participating in this type of excessive force and malicious prosecution that leads to death,” the suit said.
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OnlyFans model who stabbed boyfriend to death wanted in Texas
Clenney has a bond forfeiture warrant for her arrest from Travis County, Texas, issued on July 1.

Author of the article:Brad Hunter
Publishing date:Jul 08, 2022 • 1 day ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation
OnlyFans and Instagram model Courtney [Tailor] Clenney is seen in a screengrab from a video she posted to Instagram on April 30, 2020.
OnlyFans and Instagram model Courtney [Tailor] Clenney is seen in a screengrab from a video she posted to Instagram on April 30, 2020. PHOTO BY COURTNEY TAILOR /Instagram
The OnlyFans model who claimed she stabbed her boyfriend to death in self-defence is on the run and evading an earlier arrest warrant from her home state of Texas.


Cops say Courtney Clenney is in the wind as Miami homicide detectives reopen the case into the slaying of Christian Obumseli, 26, in their Florida condo.

Initially, Clenney claimed she was defending herself but after an outcry from Obumseli’s family, the spotlight is again on the OnlyFans star.

Obumseli family lawyer, Larry Handfield, said on April 27 that Clenney would soon be arrested following his death on April 3. However, she remains free and cops are being tight-lipped about the status of the case.

Influencer Courtney Clenney is accused of stabbing her boyfriend Christian “Toby” Obumseli, 27, to death. COURTNEY CLENNEY/ INSTAGRAM
Influencer Courtney Clenney is accused of stabbing her boyfriend Christian “Toby” Obumseli, 27, to death. COURTNEY CLENNEY/ INSTAGRAM
Now, the UK Sun, is revealing that Clenney has a bond forfeiture warrant for her arrest from Travis County, Texas, issued on July 1.

She was initially busted on Sept. 16, 2020 for drunk driving and her bond was pegged at $8,000. She apparently skipped a June 24 pre-trial conference in Texas.

Clenney also has an outstanding arrest warrant for public intoxication in California in 2015.

She’s reportedly still in Florida.

The influencer was last seen in April when a video was posted to Instagram of a stranger lambasting her at the Grand Beach Hotel in Miami. A woman tells Clenney that she “should go.”

The unnamed woman adds: “Because you just killed your boyfriend … Yeah, you did.”

The quick closure of her boyfriend’s bloody death raised eyebrows in South Florida, with many believing the soft porn star was getting special treatment.

Clenney has more than two millions followers on Instagram but hasn’t posted since March 30. Her OnlyFans page is similarly stagnant.



Her lawyer claimed that the model suffered “physical, emotional, and mental abuse at the hands of Mr. Obumseli,” and said she may have been a “victim of human trafficking.”

Friends said Clenney and Obumseli had a volatile relationship. One former boyfriend claims that Clenney was violent and abusive.

“There are things that should have been done that weren’t done. How can you conclude that a person is innocent in a case like this in less than 24 hours? It’s shocking,” Handfield told the U.K. Sun.

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