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    A New York City career criminal once promoted as a poster child for bail reform is now wanted by police for attempted murder in a broad daylight shooting in front of St. Patrick's Cathedral in midtown Manhattan. Pedro Hernandez, 22, is suspected of shooting into a Mercedes on Fifth Avenue and 50th Street, at 5:45pm August 28. Hernandez is believed to have lost cash and gold jewelry to a pair of hustlers in a game of three-card monte, and then lost his temper when the men refused to return to lost valuables. As the men drove off in their red Mercedes, Hernandez allegedly fired a single shot into the driver's side door. Police say he then climbed into his own car, a black BMW, and pursued the Mercedes to the parking garage of the Palace Hotel on Madison Avenue, according to The New York Post. Inside the garage, men then dumped Hernandez's belongings, which he scooped up before fleeing.  Pedro Hernandez, 22, is suspected of shooting into a Mercedes on Fifth Avenue and 50th Street, at 5:45pm August 28 As...
    A SENSATIONAL new report has revealed the alleged dark world of Olympic corruption - from prostitutes and bribes to paying millions for gold medals. We reported previously how boxing could be axed from the Games amid a public war between the International Boxing Association (IBA) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC). 2Taekwondo was allegedly only accepted into the Olympic Games after briberyCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 2The shocking allegations surrounding the Olympics have been made by a South Korean officialCredit: Reuters Now it is taekwondo - which was introduced at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 - which has come under scrutiny in a report from The Times. The Korean martial art had failed for 20 years to make it onto the Olympic stage before Ho Kim became the director of marketing and PR for the World Taekwondo Federation in 1994. His main task in the role was to assist Dr Kim Un-yong, who was the president and also a member of the IOC, in securing the sport’s place on the Olympic programme. Dr Kim was forced to resign from the...
    A bouffant-haired Colorado funeral home director has admitted selling corpses to medical researchers, then lying to families that the remains had been cremated.  Megan Hess, entered the plea to the charge of fraud at a hearing before U.S. Magistrate Judge Gordon Gallagher in Grand Junction, Colorado, on Tuesday. Despite her admission, Hess initially remained arrogant in court Tuesday, branding the case against herself a travesty. Moments later, she admitted the allegations were true.   FBI agents found that Hess forged dozens of body-donor consent forms at her Sunset Mesa funeral home, with the fraudster allegedly giving one family an urn of concrete dust, instead of their loved one's ashes.  In court documents, a former employee also said Hess of earning $40,000 by extracting and selling the gold teeth of some of the deceased. She is said to have sold the remains to medical research firms and colleges which use the bodies to train medical and dental students.  Hess charged $1,000 per cremation - only to pass on body parts to buyers, and also offered poor families free undertaking services, only to...
    A COUPLE has shared how they found £38,000 worth of cash and gold in a rotting safe in their garden- and there is an astonishing twist. Matthew and Maria Emanuel, stumbled upon the rusted metal box while having new trees planted. 3The couple was left in shock when they found the treasureCredit: CBSNewYork 3Matthew and Maria Emanuel found £38,000 hidden in their gardenCredit: CBSNewYork The pair from Staten Island, New York were shocked when they discovered inside the box there were cash and valuables worth £38,000. The fortune even included $100 bills and bags stuffed with diamonds, gold and jade. The incredible discovery was made back in 2018, Matthew told the Staten Island Advance at the time: “I thought, ‘We found buried treasure!’ READ MORE ON WORLD NEWSWARPATH Putin's making 'impossible demands' as forces 'plan attack' on Zelenskyy's homeland'HE'S ALIVE!' Chinese Covid 'victim' found to be ALIVE as body bag closed for crematorium “We were freaked out. It’s something you can’t make up.” The pair were left in shock with their discovery- however, they didn't get to keep...
    Humberto Anteverde, 29, was stopped for speeding Thursday in Port Arthur, Texas, where police found a kilo of coke in his car Texas police officers seized a gold-plated handgun, two kilos of cocaine and about $44,000 in cash in a routine traffic stop. Humberto Anteverde, 29, 'appeared very nervous' when he was pulled over for speeding Thursday at 9.18am, according to the Port Arthur Police Department. It turns out he had good reason to be, as officers found a kilo of cocaine inside the car when they got verbal consent to search it. Officers followed up on the stop by searching two houses. At a home in Port Arthur, about 89 miles east of Houston, they found $44,000 in cash, a second kilo of coke and a rifle. At a home in neighboring Bridge City, officers uncovered a gold-plated pistol. Police later found a glistening, gold-plated handgun with a wreath design on the barrel after searching two homes in a follow-up investigation to the traffic stop The searches yielded a second kilo of a 'solid white powdery...
    Fact check: COVID-19 vaccine isn’t advertised on TV due to emergency authorization Advocates of sexual assault survivors say Cuomo’s denial ‘robs them of justice’ Indonesia is giving a pair of gold medalist athletes a slew of gifts, including cash and cows, after they upset China in badminton women's doubles final in the Olympics.  © Xue Yubin/Xinhua via Getty Images JAPAN-TOKYO-OLY-BADMINTON-WOMEN'S DOUBLES-AWARDING CEREMONY Greysia Polii, 33, and Apriyani Rahayu, 23, captured the first gold for Indonesia in the Tokyo Olympics after defeating former world champions China's Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fan 21-19 21-15 on Monday. The government will give 5 billion rupiah ($349,000) cash prize to the winners – a reward that was put in place as Indonesia's badminton association reported a COVID-linked drop in people taking up the sport, Reuters reported.  According to the report, the district head in Apriyani's hometown of Sulawesi island promised her five cows and a house. While a chain of meatball restaurants vowed to give them both a venue.  In her Badminton World Federation profile, Greysia's sporting ambitions included being an Olympic...
    Indonesia is giving a pair of gold medalist athletes a slew of gifts, including cash and cows, after they upset China in badminton women's doubles final in the Olympics.  Greysia Polii, 33, and Apriyani Rahayu, 23, captured the first gold for Indonesia in the Tokyo Olympics after defeating former world champions China's Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fan 21-19 21-15 on Monday. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Baso Aci Akang (@basoaciakang) The government will give 5 billion rupiah ($349,000) cash prize to the winners – a reward that was put in place as Indonesia's badminton association reported a COVID-linked drop in people taking up the sport, Reuters reported.  According to the report, the district head in Apriyani's hometown of Sulawesi island promised her five cows and a house. While a chain of meatball restaurants vowed to give them both a venue.  In her Badminton World Federation profile, Greysia's sporting ambitions included being an Olympic gold medalist. She nearly retired from the sport after the Rio Games where she reached the quarterfinals, but was convinced...
    INDONESIA'S gold medal winning badminton heroes have been offered cows, meatball restaurants, houses and £250,000 in cash by way of reward. Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu won the women's doubles on Monday and they will live like royalty when they return home after an influx of crazy prizes have been offered up. 2Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu won badminton gold for Indonesia and have been offered some excellent prizes for when they return homeCredit: Reuters Indonesia is badminton-mad and the two women cemented their hero status by beating China's Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fan 21-19 21-15 in Monday's final. They gave Indonesia its first gold of the Tokyo Games. And residents in the Asian country have come out in their droves to show their appreciation. The country's Government have stumped up the £250k reward amid a reported Covid-linked drop in people playing the sport. Apriyani hails from the Sulawesi island and the district chief from her hometown has promised five cows await her upon her return. And a chain of meatball restaurants has pledged to give each woman...
    Gold medalists Greysia Polii L/Apriyani Rahayu of Indonesia are seen during the awarding ceremony for the badminton women's doubles event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, August 2, 2021. Xue Yubin/Xinhua via Getty Images The duo took home the country's first gold at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday, beating China's Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fan. Sulawesi's district head promised five cows and a house, while a meatball restaurant offered the shuttlers a shopfront each. These gifts are on top of the 5 billion rupiah ($350,000) cash reward from the government. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Indonesia is giving its gold-winning women badminton players cash, cows, a house, and a meatball restaurant, according to Reuters.  In a shock win, shuttlers Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu took home the country's first gold at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday, beating out China's Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fan. The win came with an outpouring of gifts, with the island of Sulawesi — where Apriyani is from — promising her five cows and a...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Three-time WNBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Swin Cash showed her love to some Pittsburgh girls. READ MORE: Police Officers, Firefighters, And Good Samaritan Recognized For Saving A Womans Life She virtually surprised students from the Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania on Tuesday. READ MORE: Honus Wagner Baseball Card Expected To Sell For Millions At Auction The McKeesport native took time out of her day to give them advice and donated much-needed basketball equipment in celebration of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Foundation’s “Sports Matter Giving Truck.” “If I had to leave one message to all of these young female athletes across the country not only in my home city of Pittsburgh, I would tell them they matter,” Cash said. “They matter, their thoughts matter, who they’ll become matters, so each and every day they should wake up, not only feeling grateful for the day, but look at every day as a challenge.” MORE NEWS: Cletus Lee, North Braddock Mayoral Nominee Charged With Assault, Says Campaign Will...
    A federal judge has blocked the FBI from confiscating some of the valuables it seized from safe deposit boxes at a Beverly Hills business, saying the government appeared to be violating the owners’ rights. The temporary restraining order issued Tuesday by U.S. District Judge R. Gary Klausner marked a setback for the FBI in its attempt to keep as much as $86 million in cash and millions of dollars more in jewelry, gold and other valuables that agents took from 369 safe deposit boxes at the U.S. Private Vaults store on Olympic Boulevard. The FBI has claimed the owners of the cash and valuables were engaged in criminal activity that justifies the confiscation of their property. The agency, however, has not publicly disclosed evidence to support the allegation. Citing the 5th Amendment’s protection against deprivation of property without due process, Klausner faulted the government for failing to specify in its forfeiture notice the reasons for taking the cash and valuables of four box holders who filed one of a dozen lawsuits following the March raid on U.S. Private Vaults. “This...
    The CEO of an influencer management company who is accused of bullying TikTok stars, forcing them to go on dates and making jibes about their periods is an ultra-private former real estate agent who ironically appears to shun all social media. Amir Ben-Yohanan, 48, had no prior experience of the world of teen influencers before co-founding Clubhouse Media Group (CMG) in January 2020. The father-of-four admitted in a December interview he thought of TikTok as kids 'messing around' and 'looked down on it.' But, after moving to Los Angeles and seeing how 'obsessed' his children were with that world, he decided he wanted to cash in on what he saw as the modern-day 'Gold Rush' or 'Wild West'.   CMG offers young influencers the opportunity to stay rent-free at so-called 'content mansions' in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Europe in exchange for creating branded social media content.  It was co-founded by Ben-Yohanan in early 2020 and launched its first location that March - a huge house in Beverly Hills, dubbed Clubhouse BH, which rents for $42,000 a month - with the help of COO Simon...
    A TOPSHOP store assistant earning as little as £7,000 a year indulged in a luxury jet-set lifestyle after she began helping her boyfriend build a cocaine trafficking crime empire. Emma Lavery, 24, had the latest designer footwear, carried a Gucci handbag and moved into a luxury apartment with Adam Hussain after he set up a drugs racket in which he ran a team of street dealers. 10Lavery now has an eight-month-old daughterCredit: Emma Lavery/Cavendish Press 10Lavery and Hussain are not still togetherCredit: Emma Lavery/Cavendish Press Police found hundreds of thousands of pounds and possessions from drug money in two raids at their property. During the racket, gangster's moll Lavery would bag up up the drugs for Hussain to pass onto his subordinates sending text messages to him saying: ''Don't forget bags, have you got bags, I need bags." Police twice arrested the couple over their racketeering and during one search of their £150,000 flat in a converted mill in the prestigious Heaton area of Bolton, finding up to £115,000 in cash spread over their bed bundled into £1,000 wads. In...
    TWO men are caught smuggling gold and cash through an airport under their wigs. They had glued black packets of cash and 1½lb of gold paste to monk-like shaved patches on top of their heads. 3Airport officials could be seen examining the men's wigsCredit: SWNS 3Officials peeled back the wigs to find cash and goldCredit: SWNS Officials also found gold in their socks and inside them after stopping the pair near the exit from southern India’s Chennai International Airport on Monday. Most read in NewsDISTURBING CONSPIRACYQAnon fans shockingly claim Boulder shooting is a 'staged false flag'MONSTERWhat to know about Boulder, Colorado shooting suspect Ahmad AlissaHERO'S SACRIFICECop killed in shooting 'wanted job off front lines' as 10 victims namedDEADLY PRISON RAMPAGEInmate 'kills nurse & correctional officer' in infirmary attackWHERE'S MY MONEY?Here's when Social Security recipients will get their stimulus check'PARANOID GUNMAN'Syria-born 'shooter' was known to FBI & fumed over ‘racist Islamophobes' Officials peeled back the fake hair to reveal black packets filled with cash and gold paste glued to their heads. The pair had arrived from Dubai with the stash, worth...
    Hairpieces of eight? Inventive modern-day pirates redefined “locking up their valuables” after they were busted at the airport trying to smuggle gold and money under their wigs. Suspects Magroob Akbarali and Zubair Hassan Rafiyutheen were leaving the Chennai International Airport in India on March 21 when they were apprehended by police, who had become suspicious of their bizarre hairstyles, SWNS reported. Their suspicions were confirmed when they discovered that the duo’s wonky weaves concealed black packets of gold paste weighing 698 grams. Accompanying footage shows authorities peeling back their counterfeit curls to reveal that they had glued pouches of both cash and gold to the tops of their heads like high-karat hairpieces. Along with their would-be tou-pays, gold was also discovered in the hapless traffickers’ socks and even rectums. All told, the confiscated contraband was reportedly worth a whopping $382,943. The concealed contraband was worth a whopping $382,943.Newslions Media / SWNS.COM And apparently this isn’t the first time someone has put their money where their mop is. Just two days earlier, three men were arrested at the same airport...
    More On: smuggling The insane amount of money US-Mexico border traffickers earned each day last month Smugglers better at messaging than US amid migrant crisis: border czar Jail guards smuggled K-2 drugs into Rikers for gang: prosecutors Customs officials find corn flakes-coated surprise Hairpieces of eight? Inventive modern-day pirates redefined “locking up their valuables” after they were busted at the airport trying to smuggle gold and money under their wigs. Suspects Magroob Akbarali and Zubair Hassan Rafiyutheen were leaving the Chennai International Airport in India on March 21 when they were apprehended by police, who had become suspicious of their bizarre hairstyles, SWNS reported. Their suspicions were confirmed when they discovered that the duo’s wonky weaves concealed black packets of gold paste weighing 698 grams. Accompanying footage shows authorities peeling back their counterfeit curls to reveal that they had glued pouches of both cash and gold to the tops of their heads like high-karat hairpieces. Along with their would-be tou-pays, gold was also discovered in the hapless traffickers’ socks and even rectums. All told, the confiscated contraband was reportedly...
    This is the moment two men were caught smuggling gold and cash into an airport, underneath their wigs. Suspects Magroob Akbarali and Zubair Hassan Rafiyutheen were stopped while leaving the airport on Sunday because of their suspicious hairstyles.   Officials soon discovered they were wearing wigs concealing two gold paste packets weighing 698 grams. This is the moment Magroob Akbarali and Zubair Hassan Rafiyutheen were caught smuggling gold and cash into an airport, underneath their wigs The suspects were stopped while leaving the airport on Sunday because of their suspicious hairstyles Officials soon discovered they were wearing wigs concealing two gold paste packets weighing 698 grams Officials discovered black packets filled with cash and gold paste glued to the crook's heads. Gold was also recovered form their socks and rectums Airport customs officials seized gold and foreign currency worth a total of $382,943 (£277,961) from southern India's Chennai International Airport on March 21 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Change your mentality before changing our clothes':... India faces second wave as Covid...
    HALTOM CITY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A routine traffic stop lead to an arrest and the seizure of several firearms, including a gold AR-15, hundreds of prescription pills and pounds of cocaine as well as thousands of dollars in cash. Haltom City police said the arrestee faces several first degree felony charges that stemmed from search warrants issued for his home. The department posted to social media about the bust, saying: “Great work from patrol officers and investigators took this menace off the streets for a long time!”
    Jewellery, a licensed revolver, Rs 10 lakh and other valuables were stolen from BJP leader Sonali Phogat’s house here in Haryana, police said on Tuesday. In her complaint, Phogat said that the theft took place when she was in Chandigarh. Though there were CCTV cameras in the house, but the thieves took the digital video recorder (DVR) that contained footage, police said. HTM Station House Officer (SHO) Sukhjit said that the theft case is being probed. Bigg Boss 14: Sonali Phogat Talks About Her Struggles, Says She Was ‘Mentally Tortured’ Post Her Husband’s Death Phogat in her complaint said on February 9, she went to Chandigarh after locking her house. When she returned to Hisar on February 15, the locks were broken, police said. Gold and silverware, a silver pot, Rs 10 lakh cash, jewellery, a .22 bore licensed pistol and eight cartridges were found missing from the house, they said. Bigg Boss 14: Sonali Phogat, BJP Politician and Actress, to Enter as Wild Card Contestant on Salman Khan’s Reality Show (Watch Video) Phogat had unsuccessfully contested the...
    This is the frightening moment a gang of masked burglars dressed as cops held a homeowner at gunpoint and abducted an electrician before they forced them inside her home and took off with a stash of jewelry, cash and cellphones. A surveillance camera showed 34-year-old Mariana stepping out of a taxi and the worker removing his belongings from the trunk of his vehicle when 11 armed men burst out of two vehicles and knocked them to the ground Wednesday in the Buenos Aires city of Moreno. As many as eight suspects holding guns and rifles forced the mother-of-three daughters and the electrician into her home after they falsely claimed they were conducting a raid. Once inside, the gunmen hit the man in the head with a gun and locked him inside one of the bedrooms. Mariana, 34, steps out of a taxi (red vehicle) and an electrician opens his car's trunk on Wednesday afternoon before a group of burglars disguised as cops jumped out of two vehicles, including a SUV (circled), and forced the pair into the woman's home...
    When Christine Gerardi arrives at a client’s home, the shoeboxes start coming out of the closets. The boxes contain piles of old jewelry, most worthless, some valuable, a bit in between, carried by a bewildered owner who doesn’t know what to do with it all. “No other item in a home is more contentious than family jewelry,” says Gerardi, a jeweler who makes house calls in Central Florida. The family jewels carry the stories of commitment, milestones and celebrations. And because jewelry symbolizes love and money, it is the stuff of legend, lore and lawsuits. I met Gerardi through a friend, who’d been slogging through her mother’s belongings. “People looking to sell jewelry are often at a low point,” Gerardi said. “They’re dealing with a death or divorce or need money.” Though I have been in each of those tough spots, blessedly, I was not in one last week when I invited Gerardi over to walk me through the process of sorting through my family jewels. What I wanted to figure out, while I was still of questionably clear mind,...
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