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    ATLANTA HAWKS announcer Bob Rathbun suffered a terrifying medical emergency on live TV. The veteran sportscaster, 68, appeared to convulse and lose consciousness ahead of Monday's NBA game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. 3Veteran NBA caller Bob Rathbun suffered a medical emergency during a broadcastCredit: Getty 3The 68-year-old has covered Atlanta Hawks since 1996Credit: Getty 3Rathbun slumped back in his seat and the broadcast from courtside was cutCredit: Bally Sports South Rathbun was participating in the pre-game show alongside commentator Dominique Wilkins. While Wilkins was presenting to camera, Rathbun slumped in his seat before his head rocked back with his mouth open. The Bally Sports South broadcast immediately cut to a commercial. Rathbun has been calling Hawks games since 1996 and formerly called Atlanta Braves baseball games in the mid-2000s. READ MORE ON BASKETBALL'HE IS NO1' Draymond Green enters LeBron vs Michael Jordan debate and names his NBA GOATBUILT DIFFERENT Fans react as viral video shows Steph Curry launching full-court buckets After the incident, Bally Sports South released a statement to reassure fans that Rathbun was "stable...
    YouTube A former New York City cop has been handed the stiffest sentence yet for participating in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol after he was found guilty of assaulting a Capitol Police officer. Thomas Webster, 56, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after he assaulted officers with a flag and tried to remove the gas mask one of them was wearing. He was filmed charging at officers with a Marine Corps flag and knocking down crowd control barriers. He grabbed officer Noah Rathbun’s mask strap, exposing him to tear gas. He was charged with multiple crimes, including felony assault. The Washington Post reported: Video showed Webster yelling at police on the Lower West Plaza of the Capitol, as officers struggled to maintain a perimeter outside the building. Rathbun then pushed Webster in the face — Rathbun testified his hand slipped off Webster’s shoulder — before Webster swung and smashed a Marine Corps flagpole on a bike rack and then tackled Rathbun. Webster pulled the officer’s gas mask off, causing Rathbun to begin choking on tear...
    (CNN)Former New York Police Department officer Thomas Webster, who unsuccessfully tried to convince a Washington, DC, jury that he was merely acting in self-defense against a police officer who he assaulted on January 6, 2021, was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday. In videos played during his trial, the 56-year-old former Marine can be seen swinging a metal flagpole at DC officer Noah Rathbun before crossing police barriers and tackling Rathbun, choking him with the officer's chinstrap. In May, Webster was found guilty of all six charges he faced, five of which were felonies. "It is not until you arrived, Mr. Webster, that all hell broke loose," Judge Amit Mehta said of the police line which Webster broke. This is the longest sentence of any January 6 defendant so far. This story is breaking and will be updated.
    Thomas Webster, 56, of Goshen, NY, was given ten years in prison for assaulting an officer in the January 6 riots A former NYPD officer and Marine Corps Veteran was give ten years in prison for his role in the January 6 riots on Thursday, marking the longest prison term handed down in the US Capital attack to date. Thomas Webster, 56, of Goshen, NY, was charged with felony assault on a police officer. Unlike the other 11 people who pled guilty to a similar charge, Webster was the first to opt for a trial by jury. Video from the January 6 chaos showed Webster charging and  beating DC Police officer Noah Rathbun with a Marine Corps flagpole after Rathbun shoved him in the face. Webster then tackled Rathbun and ripped his gas mask from his face. Webster testified that Rathbun had instigated the attack with the shove, but Rathbum said his had had merely slipped from Webster's shoulder as he struggled to keep the rioters at bay.  The jury found Webster guilty of assault after three hours of deliberation in...
    By Holmes Lybrand | CNN Former New York Police Department officer Thomas Webster, who unsuccessfully tried to convince a Washington, DC, jury that he was merely acting in self-defense against a police officer who he assaulted on January 6, 2021, was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday. In videos played during his trial, the 56-year-old former Marine can be seen swinging a metal flagpole at DC officer Noah Rathbun before crossing police barriers and tackling Rathbun, choking him with the officer’s chinstrap. In May, Webster was found guilty of all six charges he faced, five of which were felonies. “It is not until you arrived, Mr. Webster, that all hell broke loose,” Judge Amit Mehta said of the police line which Webster broke. This is the longest sentence of any January 6 defendant so far. This story is breaking and will be updated.
    Body camera video captured a “rage-filled” retired police officer attacking one of the outnumbered police officers trying to hold off a mob of rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol, a federal prosecutor told jurors Tuesday. But a defense attorney said another video from a different angle shows that former New York City police officer Thomas Webster acted in self-defense after a Metropolitan Police Department officer punched him first. Jurors saw both videos at the start of Webster’s trial, the first among dozens of cases in which a defendant is charged with assaulting police at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Assistant U.S. Attorney Hava Mirell also showed jurors a photo of Webster holding a U.S. Marine Corps flag on a metal pole in front of the Washington monument before the riot erupted. “He is smiling in that photo, but that smile would soon turn to rage,” she said during the trial’s opening statements. The prosecutor told jurors they will hear testimony from Noah Rathbun, the officer whom Webster is charged with assaulting with the flag pole. Webster shoved a bike...
    More On: celebrity arrests Bodycam footage shows Ryan Coogler being detained in bank robbery mishap Antony Starr of ‘The Boys’ given suspended prison sentence for chef attack Details of Heather Gay’s 2012 DUI arrest surface after ‘RHOSLC’ reunion Jonathan Rhys Meyers cuts plea deal in DUI case “90 Day Fiancé” star Ben Rathbun was reportedly arrested in Michigan on Tuesday for a probation violation. According to TMZ, Rathbun’s arrest stems from his 2020 arrest for OWAI — operating while ability-impaired — for which he was sentenced to 18 months of probation.  The 52-year-old was reportedly scheduled for a probation violation hearing in February. But when he did not appear, the judge issued a bench warrant that ultimately led to his recent arrest.  Rathbun’s bond has been set for $10,000, per TMZ. His next court hearing is scheduled for March 21. Rathbun stars on the current season of “90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days.” The show has followed his relationship with 22-year-old Mahogany Roca from Peru.  Despite concerns from Rathbun’s loved ones that Roca was catfishing him with heavily filtered photos, she ended...
    A Western Massachusetts man will spend years behind bars after being sentenced for placing a lit firebomb at the entrance of a Jewish nursing home and lying to the FBI about it, federal authorities announced. Hampden County resident John Rathbun, age 37, of East Longmeadow, has been sentenced to five years in prison and three years of supervised release after being convicted by a federal jury for attempting to bomb the facility on April 2, 2020, and later lying to investigators about his whereabouts that day. US Attorney Rachael Robbins said that on the morning of April 2, 2020, Rathbun assembled, placed, and lit a homemade firebomb at the driveway entrance of Jewish Geriatric Services Lifecare, a Jewish nursing home complex in Longmeadow. The device consisted of a five-gallon Scepter fuel canister filled with gasoline and a partially charred wick comprised of pages from a Christian religious pamphlet. The forensic analysis identified Rathbun’s DNA on the canister and pamphlet, she said. According to prosecutors, during the investigation, on April 15, 2020, Rathbun falsely stated to a federal agent that...
    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A man convicted of using a homemade bomb to try to burn a Jewish-sponsored assisted living home in Massachusetts has been sentenced to five years in prison. In addition to his prison term, John Rathbun, 37, of East Longmeadow, was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Springfield to three years of probation and ordered to stay away from the home. Rathbun assembled, placed and lit a 5-gallon (19-liter) canister of gasoline — with pages from a Christian pamphlet as the wick — outside an entrance of a building at Jewish Geriatric Services Lifecare Inc. in Longmeadow on April 2, 2020, according to prosecutors. The facility is a Jewish-sponsored assisted living center for seniors of all faiths, according to its website. No one was injured. Rathbun’s DNA was found on the canister and the pamphlet, prosecutors said. He was convicted by a jury in June of two federal charges related to the bombing attempt. He was also convicted by a separate jury in November 2020 of lying to FBI investigators about his whereabouts on the day...
    What's cooking tonight? Your at-home happy hour could be even happier if you sign up for In the Kitchen With Kent Rathbun, a free cooking class presented at 5 p.m. tonight, July 22, by the Westword Virtual Social Club. Westword and its sibling papers in Texas and Florida have partnered with Kent Rathbun, 2008 Iron Chef America winner and four-time James Beard-nominated American chef, for this online event that will feature Rathbun in his own kitchen, sharing tips and tricks behind three dishes tied to Colorado, Florida and Texas. And they are: Colorado: BBQ spiced pecan-crusted trout with a grilled tomato butter sauce We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Related Stories Five Things to Do for Free This Week, July 20 to July 24 The Five Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Week Florida: Habanero, cilantro and lime marinated...
    What's cooking tonight? Your at-home happy hour could be even happier if you sign up for In the Kitchen With Kent Rathbun, a free cooking class presented at 5 p.m. tonight, July 22, by the Westword Virtual Social Club. Westword and its sibling papers in Texas and Florida have partnered with Kent Rathbun, 2008 Iron Chef America winner and four-time James Beard-nominated American chef, for this online event that will feature Rathbun in his own kitchen, sharing tips and tricks behind three dishes tied to Colorado, Florida and Texas. And they are: Colorado: BBQ spiced pecan-crusted trout with a grilled tomato butter sauce We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Related Stories Five Things to Do for Free This Week, July 20 to July 24 The Five Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Week Florida: Habanero, cilantro and lime marinated...
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