Daily Archives: April 22, 2017



Published on Apr 21, 2017


North Korea Drivers Scramble As Gas Stations Start to Limit Service, Price Spikes [VIDEO]


Published on Apr 21, 2017

Car users in Pyongyang were scrambling Friday to fill up their tanks as gas stations began limiting services or even closing amid concerns of a spreading shortage.

A sign outside one station in the North Korean capital said sales were being restricted to diplomats or vehicles used by international organizations, while others were closed or turning away local residents. Lines at other stations were much longer than usual and prices appeared to be rising significantly.

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Congressman sends ABC, NBC, CBS questionnaire asking, HOW BIASED ARE YOU? [VIDEO]


Published on Apr 21, 2017

Kevin Cramer is a Republican Congressman who represents North Dakota, and he has a bone to pick with the mainstream media. Specifically, the big three networks – NBC, ABC, and CBS. He kind of feels like they might be…you know…a little biased. So he just sent them a questionnaire.


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Faked lab results lead to 21,587 Massachusetts drug cases dismissed [VIDEO]


Published on Apr 21, 2017

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has formally approved the dismissal of 21,587 tainted drug cases after chemist Annie Dookhan was charged with tampering with evidence and falsifying drug tests. RT’s Trinity Chavez has the story.


WikiLeaks releases CIA manual on how to turn a Samsung TV into a secret microphone as the US prepares to charge Assange

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WikiLeaks on Friday released details about ‘Extending’ and ‘Weeping Angel’

  • ‘Extending’ was developed by MI5 in the UK and ‘Weeping Angel’ by the CIA
  • Both are software that use a USB drive to turn certain Samsung TVs into recording devices
  • Latest revelations come as US Attorney General vows to go after WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange 


The British 'Extending' and American 'Weeping Angel' describe plans for turning certain Samsung TV models into recording devices (stock image)

The British ‘Extending’ and American ‘Weeping Angel’ describe plans for turning certain Samsung TV models into recording devices


American Airlines flight attendant makes mother holding her babies CRY [VIDEO]



Published on Apr 22, 2017


American Airlines flight attendant ‘whacks a mother in the head with a metal stroller while she holds her twin babies and reduces her to tears’ – then is filmed challenging a passenger to a FIGHT and yelling ‘hit me!’


American Airlines staff member was seen challenging passenger to a fight

  • Argument was precipitated by alleged assault of a woman by the AA employee 
  • The employee hit the woman with a metal stroller as he dragged it off her
  • He also almost struck the baby with the stroller too, witnesses claimed 
  • A male passenger then objected, leading to the attendant inviting him to a fight
  • The incident occurred on AA Flight 591 from San Francisco to Dallas-Fort Worth
  • AA released a statement saying that the incident ‘does not reflect our values’ 
  • The flight attendant has been suspended by the airline pending an investigation 

The video shows a woman with a child in her arms after allegedly being hit with a stroller on the flight


Adyanthaya posted a photo on his Facebook page showing the woman with two young children in her arms



The airline released a statement late Friday saying that it was ‘disappointed by these actions’ and had already started to investigate the incident.

‘What we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers,’ the company said in a statement. 

‘We are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident. 

‘We are making sure all of her family’s needs are being met while she is in our care.’

‘After electing to take another flight, we are taking special care of her and her family and upgrading them to first class for the remainder of their international trip.

‘The actions of our team member captured here do not appear to reflect patience or empathy, two values necessary for customer care.

‘In short, we are disappointed by these actions. The American team member has been removed from duty while we immediately investigate this incident.’