ITN: Dramatic footage captures the moment a woman faints and falls onto the tracks in Madrid. She was saved by an off duty policeman.
Here is surveillance video released by the New York Police Department showing the moment when their officers shot and killed the man who opened fire on them outside the Empire State Building in New York yesterday. The shooter had reportedly lost his job a year ago at a nearby business, and yesterday had allegedly killed a man he held responsible for the job loss. Several bystanders were reportedly injured yesterday in the gunfight that broke out between the shooter and police.
Here is raw video from London showing lightning striking an Emirates Airlines plane with 500 passengers as it prepared to land at Heathrow Airport. The plane was not harmed and no one was injured.
WARNING (GRAPHIC): Here is graphic raw video that reportedly comes from the Libyan city of Benghazi where a young man was shot and killed by a sniper’s bullet during protests there. The video gives you a sense of the chaos that is now gripping Libya as opponents of longtime Dictator Moammar Gadhafi seek to drive him from power.
Here is raw video from Egypt showing some of the protests taking place there against the Government of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. You see a young man being shot down by Egyptian Security Officials, and the aftermath of rioting there (it looks like a Kentucky Fried Chicken got taken out). Western businesses often become targets for protesters (no matter what they are protesting) in the Islamic World.
The Blaze: Georgia state Sen. Robert Brown drew fire this week when he quipped that the state GOP was filled with KKK members. Now he’s under fire again after a person who accompanied him to a press conference to clear up those comments brutally attacked a local photo journalist. The local paper The Telegraph says the Senator denies being associated with the attacker, despite walking into the press conference building with him . . . . . Read More
And here is video of the photographer describing the incident:
Here is raw video of New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson leaving North Korea after meeting with Government officials there. Richardson seems to have succeeded in getting North Korea to say they will allow inspectors back into the country to check on their Nuclear Weapons programs, and to calm their reaction to South Korea’s military exercises. But that is likely to be short-lived as always with them:
NEW YORK TIMES: . . . . . Political analysts could only speculate about the sudden change in tone by North Korea, one of the world’s most closed and secretive societies. They said that a visit to North Korea by an unofficial American envoy, Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico, that came at the same time may have helped. Indeed, the North seemed to offer Mr. Richardson an olive branch by its willingness to allow United Nations inspectors back in to monitor its nuclear program. . . . . Read More
Here is dramatic video of a man in Taiwan driving his car through the gates of a school, trapping several people under his car. He then set himself on fire.
Four children – reportedly between the ages of 6-12 years old – are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Bystanders helped free the people trapped under the car.
NOTE: The actual shooting attempt happens near the end of the video.
Here is shocking video of a crazed man in Florida taking over a School Board Meeting where he eventually tried to shoot several people at point-blank range before being wounded by a security officer, and then turning his gun on himself.
FOX NEWS: A gunman calmly walked to a podium, spray painted a red “V” with a circle around it on a wall and opened fire at school board members Tuesday, sending people scrambling and diving for cover. A security guard soon ran in, exchanged shots with and wounded the man who then killed himself, police said.
The school superintendent who calmly confronted the gunman who threatened to shoot him during the meeting said God protected him when Clay A. Duke opened fire.
“It could have been a monumental tragedy,” Bay Schools Superintendent Bill Husfelt said late Tuesday, wearing a sweat shirt and pajama bottoms, surrounded by his family. With a Christmas tree as backdrop, he said, “God was standing in front of me and I will go to my grave believing that.” “We could tell by the look in his eyes that this wasn’t going to end well,” Husfelt said. . . . Read More
Some may call it luck that no one was hit, but the people who were shot at are calling it a miracle of God’s protection.