Victoria Torres attacked a student photographer working on a class project
The parental hysteria against strangers possibly photographing their children in public led to the arrest of a woman in Massachusetts after she stomped on the face of a student photographer Tuesday.
The photographer, a 22-year-old woman, was taking pictures for a class project in a public park when she was approached by Victoria Torres, who demanded she delete any photos of her children.
The photographer started to walk away, which was when Torres pounced on her.
In twenty minutes, David Lesh succeeded where police, search dogs, hundreds of volunteers and a helicopter failed.
After Guillermo DeVenecia, 82, went missing in Wisconsin last Wednesday, Lesh used the camera on his remote-controlled quadcopter to get a view of the beanfields from 200 feet above ground and find the missing man.
A Southern California police officer arrested a man for video recording “private cars” from a public sidewalk.
The Covina police officer named K. Counts then handcuffed the man when he refused to provide identification, claiming that they were looking for a suspect on the loose, and that it could have very well been the man with the camera who decided to return to the crime of the scene, knowing he was being sought.
Last time I mentioned Bill O’Reilly on this blog, I called him “one of the most pompous and arrogant broadcasters to ever take to the airwaves,” which naturally got all my conservative readers riled up with many threatening never to read PINAC again (the comments are not there due to a web platform change since then).
But he proved to be just that during a recent segment where he talked about the guys at Cop Block, accusing them of “spying on police” with their cameras, calling them “clowns” and “jerks” and even insinuating that recording cops in public may be illegal in most states.
If today’s Border Patrol and U.S Attorney abuse stories don’t get your blood boiling, this hospital security guard abuse story should do it.
Especially considering it’s not even 8 a.m. yet.