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    A woman whose father shot dead her ex-boyfriend as he tried to storm into their home has revealed he 'changed' when he moved back from California and she was forced to 'block him off everything' during the breakup.   Allyson's ex-boyfriend James Rayl, 22, was shot three times by Michell Duckro, 52, after he showed up unannounced to their home in Ohio on July 31.     Rayl had dated Duckro’s 22-year-old daughter previously but the pair broke up a year and a half before the tragic incident.  New footage obtained by DailyMail.com shows Allyson recalling the chilling shooting as she spoke through what happened moments before her father shot the ex-boyfriend. Allyson also explained that she and James had broken up in 2019 because he was 'just being a d***' and in the aftermath, she blocked him off her social media.  She told the police officer: 'I don't know how he broke the glass of the door, but he broke the glass. The door frame slipped off. He started to get in.  'And then I freaked out and ran and hid because...
    Michael K. Williams had done so much cocaine before meeting Barack Obama on his presidential campaign that he got lockjaw and appeared 'checked out,' the actor reveals in his posthumous memoir. The star of The Wire and Boardwalk Empire, a lifelong drug addict who died of an overdose last September, had been on a three day binge before meeting the future president in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 2008. As he struggled to speak, Williams admitted that he was so 'checked out' that he hadn't even known who Obama was when he got the invitation. The future President gave him a look which said: 'I don't got time for this' and moved on, writes Williams in Scenes from my Life, which is out later this month. In the book, Williams reveals that mistreatment by his tough love mother was one of the key reasons he turned to drugs which led to his untimely death aged 54. Actor Michael K. Williams died in September of a drug overdose at age 54. He was in the process of writing his memoir Scenes from my Life ,...
    THIS is the first picture of an Iranian refugee charged with killing two people and injuring 21 others in a terror attack shooting at a gay bar. Zaniar Matapour, 42, allegedly opened fire at three different locations in Oslo, Norway, during Pride month celebrations. 12Zaniar Matapour has been charged over the shooting 12He was bundled to the ground and arrested minutes after the first shots rang out 12Two people were killed in the horror He has been charged with murder, attempted murder and terrorist acts. It has now emerged the lone wolf was born in Iranian Kurdistan before moving to Norway when he was 12. Ex-plumber Matapour was on the police radar back in 2015 amid fears he had become radicalised and was part of an "Islamist extremist network". The Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) decided he was "not an imminent threat" around a month ago. MORE ON TERRORISMJIHADIST ATTACK ISIS beheads person near Mozambique tourist hotspot amid growing uprising'MURDEROUS TERROR' Arab gunman kills five in Tel Aviv shooting amid ‘wave’ of atrocities PST's chief Roger Berg said Matapour has...
    Jeff Bezos has teared up as he told how his father immigrated to the US from Cuba when he was 16. The Amazon billionaire, 58, got emotional as he described Miguel 'fighting for a better life' when he left Santiago due to Fidel Castro seizing power. He said he 'had those tough experiences', adding: 'I think in every immigrant you'll find a deep optimism and a deep resilience too.' Bezos opened up about his feelings towards his father at the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Awards last week. Miguel, who adopted Bezos as his own son when he married his mother Jackie, won the award for 'embodying the heart of the immigrant story'. He moved to the US after Castro seized power in Cuba and nationalized his father's successful lumber mill business. He went to college before working for Exxon and saving up enough cash to inject $245,573 into Amazon when Bezos was setting it up. The Amazon billionaire, 58, got emotional as he described Miguel 'fighting for a better life' when he left Santiago due to Fidel Castro seizing power The...
    RUMORS swirled about Gary Poste potentially being the notorious 'Zodiac Killer' years before he was apparently unmasked by a cold case task force. Neighbors feared the married painter may be responsible for the gruesome murders after the killings apparently stopped when he moved. 5Brian Pladsen said Gary Poste was a 'good neighbor' and knew him for around 20 yearsCredit: mugshots.com 5A group of cold case investigators believes that they unearthed the identity of the 'Zodiac Killer'Credit: Corbis - Getty A team of cold-case investigators claimed to have unmasked the Zodiac Killer’s identity on Wednesday. They allege that painter Gary Francis Poste, who died in 2018, is responsible for a string of five murders in the San Francisco area between 1968 and 1969. But, cops in San Francisco and FBI agents say the case is still open. The FBI confirmed that they have “no new information to add” as the probe remains ongoing. Poste’s neighbor Brian Pladsen, 68 told The Sun: “I’ve heard the rumors that Gary was revealed to be the Zodiac killer. He was a great neighbor, I knew...
    Brenden Guy started a series of TikTok videos sharing the differences he notices between living in the US versus the UK. @brendenandellie/TikTok British TikToker Brenden Guy, who moved to the US 13 years ago, shared the biggest differences between the UK and the US. He shares some of those surprising cultural distinctions on his TikTok account @brendenandellie. From sporting events to vegetable names, here are some shocking differences he's noticed. Insider Life: The best of real estate, fitness, travel & style Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. British TikToker Brenden Guy moved to the US from Bournemouth, England, 13 years ago. Today, he lives in Havertown, Pennsylvania, where he often spots differences between life in the UK compared to the US. After seeing another TikTok creator @kacierose4 document her move from the US to Italy, Guy, who goes by @brendenandellie on the app, decided to create a similar video series...
    It wasn’t an ordinary rock. That’s what a Belgian farmer learned after he moved a sizable stone that constantly disrupted his tractor’s path. But, it turned out the rock was actually a marker that served as a divider for France and Belgium, according to the BBC. Moving the stone marker 7.5 feet reportedly made France smaller and Belgium larger. The shifted border was first noticed by a local who explored the boundary earlier this year. EUROPEAN UNION WILL LET VACCINATED AMERICANS VISIT THIS SUMMER: OFFICIAL The two areas that are directly affected by the moved stone are the French commune Bousignies-sur-Roc and the Belgian municipality Erquelinnes, which are both rural lands located south of the North Sea. A Belgian farmer reportedly moved a border demarcation stone (not pictured) that was on his property, but moving it accidentally changed the border between France and Belgium. (iStock) David Lavaux, the mayor of Erquelinnes shared a Facebook post on Monday that showed the stone is currently sitting next to a tree, fallen branches and a wire fence. As pictured in Lavaux’s...
    The stone that the farmer moved. David Lavaux A farmer in the Belgian village of Erquelinnes accidentally redrew the country's border with France. The border was changed when he moved a stone that was in his tractor's path.  The move was discovered by a local history buff who noticed the border had shifted by 7.5 feet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Belgian farmer accidentally redrew the country's border with France when he moved a stone that was blocking his tractor's path. The stone was moved in the Belgian village of Erquelinnes, the BBC reported. It's unclear exactly when the farmer moved the stone, but the redrawn border was realized when a local history buff noticed the stone had moved 7.5 feet. The stone dated back to 1819, one year before the boundary between Belgium and France was officially established in the 1820 Treaty of Kortrijk. "He made Belgium bigger and France smaller, it's not a good idea," David Lavaux, mayor of Erquelinnes, told TF1, according to BBC. "I was happy by town was bigger. But...
    Prince Philip's coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault at the end of his televised funeral service today. The Duke of Edinburgh's coffin was interred by electric motor beneath the floor of the quire at St George's Chapel in Windsor as the Dean of Windsor delivered his commendation. While the lowering of the coffin normally takes place in private, the poignant moment was broadcast in front of millions of viewers in a historic first for the royal family.    The duke is now the 25th Royal in the 200-year-old vault hidden beneath St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. This was erected between 1968 and 1969 and is situated next to the north quire aisle in the building. Near there is a slab of black-and-white diamond-shaped stones which is taken away for funerals to gain access to a lift. Royals' coffins are taken down the shaft for about 16ft before going down a corridor and set down in the vault behind iron gates. Earlier monarchs were laid to rest in Westminster Abbey, where they still lie in a royal vault under the Henry VII Chapel....
    Dominic West has revealed he took up hunting after moving to the countryside to avenge the foxes who 'mauled his chickens'. The actor, 51, relocated to Chippenham in Wiltshire in 2014, where he embraced a new way of life, having previously lived in London.  He started growing his own strawberries, kale and courgettes and kept chickens, but the birds met a sticky end one night when he failed to secure their pen. Writing in The Oldie, he explained: 'I raised chickens, rushing out in the middle of the night, barefoot in the mud, when we'd forgotten to lock them away.  New hobby: Dominic West took up hunting after moving to Chippenham, in the Cotswolds in 2014, as he took 'revenge because a fox mauled his chickens' 'I even took up hunting to avenge their mauling by the fox; charging terrified at fences, in the manner of Merrie Olde England.'  In December, Dominic came under fire after he was pictured having dinner in a group of seven near his home after an apparent 'shooting party' - breaking the Rule of Six. ...
    Experts say virus cases are likely about to surge This restaurants revenue is better than last year. Heres how owners can survive even in COVID winter. Eagles lineman Malik Jackson made the savviest play of the week when he moved the football when nobody was looking in a crucial situation © Provided by INSIDER Malik Jackson makes a veteran move. @TheCheckdown / Twitter A Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle pulled one of the funniest veteran moves you'll see on a football field during the "Sunday Night Football" game against the San Francisco 49ers. With the Eagles looking to stop the 49ers at the goal line, Jackson used his toe to push the line of scrimmage back a few inches while San Francisco when the officials weren't looking. On Twitter, Jackson was praised for his gamesmanship, with former NFL player Emmanuel Acho saying, "If you ain’t cheating you ain’t trying." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Football is a game of inches, and on Sunday night, no player proved their understanding of this simple mantra better than Eagles defensive...
    A Wisconsin man has filed a federal lawsuit after he was handcuffed and detained while moving into his new home when one of his neighbors called police.  In his suit, filed on Monday in US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, Keonte Furdge, 23, who is black, named the city of Monona and two officers, Jared Wedig and Luke Wunsch. On June 2, officers, who arrived while Furdge and a friend were moving in, said they received a call from a neighbor, who was suspicious that the men were on the porch. Furdge was placed in handcuffs and, after police learned he was living in the home with permission from the former owner's son, he was released and allegedly told: 'Sorry to ruffle your feathers this morning,' and that the incident had been a 'misunderstanding.'  'This lawsuit seeks to establish that this was more than a misunderstanding,' the complaint states.  'It seeks to vindicate the violation of Keonte Furdge's constitutional rights.'        Keonte Furdge, 23, of Monona, Wisconsin, has filed a federal lawsuit after he was handcuffed by...
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