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    HERE are seven chilling details about the Heaven's Gate cult who believed they were "graduating" from Earth before committing mass suicide. A new, two-hour documentary special, The Cult Next Door: The Mystery and Madness of Heaven’s Gate, is exploring never-before-seen footage found in the investigation. 5Marshall Applewhite and Bonnie Nettles founded the cultCredit: Getty - Contributor 5The cult had secured a house in Rancho Santa Fe, CaliforniaCredit: Getty The 20/20 special - airing on March 11, 2022 - comes 25 years after police responded to a 911 dispatch in what became the largest mass suicide to occur in the United States. Police responded to a call to San Diego Dispatch Center on March 26, 1997 "regarding a mass suicide" at a house located in Rancho Santa Fe, California. When authorities entered the home, they found 21 men and 18 women dead. Each person was found wearing Nike sneakers and covered in a purple blanket. Read more on the US SunGABBY BOMBSHELL Brian Laundrie's parents 'plotted his escape despite knowing about murder'CULT FOLLOWING Everything to know about Heaven's Gate Destined to go to Heaven on a UFO?...
    Demonstrators gathered inside the Illinois Statehouse to protest a display put up Monday by the Satanic Temple of Illinois in the Capitol rotunda just days before Christmas. The display features a sculpture of an infant version of the goat-like Satanic deity Baphomet in celebration of the “satanic holiday” Sol Invictus, the State Journal-Register reported. The group set the baby Baphomet sculpture beside the Nativity scene, a Christmas tree and a menorah at the Statehouse’s rotunda. The group’s members said Baphomet represents “plurality, unity, compassion, and empathy,” WCIS reportennd. The display is meant to represent “positive values.” The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property kneeled and recited the rosary and displayed signs that read “Satan Has No Rights” ad “Begone, Satan” next to the Nativity scene, Religious News Service reported. Republican gubernatorial candidate and state Sen. Darren Bailey and his wife, Cindy, attended the protest. “We have all been appalled by some of Springfield’s extreme and evil legislation, but just when we thought it couldn’t get worse…they are going to allow a satanic display in YOUR rotunda...
    RAPPER Drakeo the Ruler shared a cryptic post about the Los Angeles festival he was set to appear at and warned about leaving the house without a gun. The music star, real name Darrell Caldwell, was allegedly attacked by a group and stabbed at the Once Upon a Time Concert on Saturday. 4Drakeo the Ruler was allegedly attacked by a group and stabbed at a festival in Los Angeles on SaturdayCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4The star previously warned about leaving home without a handgunCredit: AFP Days before the stabbing, he posted on Instagram: “This Saturday You Know the Truth Finna turn up for LA.” The 28-year-old shared a promotional poster of the festival that contained the names of stars such as Snoop Dogg, Al Green, 50Cent, YG, and Ice Cube. And in October, the star warned: “Can’t leave the crib wit out that iron that’s how them one n***** be dien (sic).” Iron is thought to be the slang term for handgun. The post has since been flooded with tributes as Instagram users have posted dove emojis and paid...
    Elected authorities in the United States want to legislate to increase the protection of children on these social networks, where they are sometimes subjected to violent and inappropriate content. Representatives from Dictoc, Snapshot, and YouTube discussed their influence on children who are the most frequent users of these sites by the U.S. Senate Commission on October 26. A few weeks after the trial, in front of the same business group, Whistleblower Francis Hougan, he revealed with supporting documents that Facebook’s internal research shows that his use of the social networking site Instagram is harmful to some. Of the teenagers who used it. Inappropriate content “Dictoc, Snapshot and YouTube all play a key role in exposing children to dangerous content,” said Senator Marsha Blackburn, co-chair of the group. “Social media can provide entertainment and educational opportunities,” the commission wrote in a presentation to the inquiry. ..) and kidnapping of minors. “ Many elected officials want legislation to include additional safety measures for minors in the texts. Specific activities for young people Snapchat has set a minimum age of 13 for registration...
    A thief who tried to rob a smoke shop in the Bronx found himself pinned to the floor and beaten up by members of staff. New York Police Department are appealing for help in finding the man who attempted to attack the Convenience Smoke Shop, in the Kingsbridge Heights district of the Bronx.  He was caught on camera on Saturday night at around 11:40pm. The man, in a grey hoodie, can be seen walking into the store and demanding money. When he attempts to leap over the counter, the two men working in the store haul him to the ground and pummel him with their fists. The thief is seen approaching the cashiers inside the Bronx smoke shop on Saturday night He then leaps over the counter in a bid to try and make away with the cash The thief, in a grey hoodie, lands on the other side of the counter The thief is then set upon by the cashiers. He can be seen cowering in the corner, as they rained blows down on him The battered thief then...
    Younger adults made up a higher share of COVID-19-related hospitalizations during the Delta variant-fueled summer surge, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report finds.  The report, published on Friday, found that Americans aged 18 to 49 made up 35.8 percent of Covid hospitalizations during what is considered the 'Delta period.' This is a sharp increase from the 24.7 percent of hospitalizations this age group made up in the pre-Delta period. The rise was almost entirely felt by the unvaccinated, though, with 18-to-49-year-olds accounting for 26.9 percent of hospitalizations among people who had not received the jab in the pre-Delta period and 43.6 percent during the Delta period. Researchers say this data highlights the need for young adults - who are less likely to have received the Covid jab - to get the shots. People aged 18 to 49 made up 35% of all hospitalizations during the Delta variant period, with their share of the burden increasing from 24.7% to 35.8%. This shift was entirely among unvaccinated young people Researchers also found that the Delta variant does not...
    Members of the Oath Keepers — along with QAnon and the Proud Boys — were among the far-right extremists who, according to the FBI, were involved in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol Building. The role that the Oath Keepers played in the Capitol insurrection is the focus of a report by PolitiFact's Samantha Putterman, who examines their activities before and during the attack. "Of approximately 40 people facing conspiracy charges as of early September, 19 were associated with the far-right Oath Keepers militia, according to PolitiFact's review of court files," Putterman explains. "Another 17 were affiliated with the Proud Boys extremist group. As part of PolitiFact's ongoing look at how misinformation fueled the events of January 6, we examined the case files of defendants associated with Oath Keepers and found they tell a story of preparation, communication and structure." Putterman reports that on November 9, following the 2020 election, Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes "called on members to go to Washington, D.C." Rhodes told them, "We're going to defend the president, the duly elected president, and we...
    Biden sends hundreds of border agents, steps up flights to remove Haitian migrants from south Texas Why SpaceXs all-civilian Inspiration4 mission matters to everyone Before they join the Big 12, programs like Cincy and UCF have unfinished business.  Only one, though, prevailed this weekend. Earlier this month, the Big 12 and four striver athletic programs hooked up on a Hail Mary of an idea. Hemorrhaging clout with Texas and Oklahoma on their way to the Southeastern Conference in a few years, the conference launched a prayer for continued viability by expanding. BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston answered said prayer, fulfilling their quests to upgrade into the Power 5 cartel. While those are long-haul decisions that may or may not be transformative, they bring the here-and-now into sharper focus for all four football teams. And what’s very clear is that this is no time to rest and revel in future conference prestige. The urgency to prove themselves remains, and perhaps even intensifies. With that as context, two of the four journeyed into Power 5 stadiums Friday and Saturday: UCF was...
    A huge bust-up erupted between leaders of the Taliban at the presidential palace before deputy leader Mullah Baradar fled to Kandahar, sources have revealed. The row took place between Khalil ur-Rahman Haqqani - the minister for refugees - and the group's co-founder Baradar, a senior Taliban official told the BBC.  The pair reportedly exchanged strong words because deputy prime minister Baradar was unhappy about the structure of their interim government. It is said the argument derived from disagreement over which members of the group should receive recognition for their victory in Afghanistan. Baradar allegedly believes that focus should be placed on diplomacy, while the Haqqani group gives emphasis to fighting. The Taliban states there was no argument and denies that Baradar is dead after wild rumours emerged that he was killed during a gunfight with his political rivals.  The group insisted that Baradar is in Kandahar province meeting with the group's supreme leader Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada to discuss Afghanistan's future now the US has withdrawn. But the social media rumour-mill believes he was actually killed in a gun battle in Kabul's presidential palace on Friday that broke...
    In an interview two weeks before the deadly suicide bombing outside the gates of Kabul airport an ISIS-K commander said the group was biding its time before an attack.  A senior ISIS-K commander whose identity was shielded told CNN chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward that the terrorist group was 'laying low and waiting for a time to strike.'  The interview, which aired Friday, took place two weeks before Thursday's deadly ISIS-K attack that killed 13 US troops and scores of Afghan civilians after a suicide bomber slipped past a Taliban checkpoint to get close to an evacuee screening point at the Kabul airport.  Scroll Down For Video:  A senior ISIS-K commander, whose identity was shielded ,,(pictured) told CNN's Clarissa Ward that the terrorist group was 'laying low and waiting for a time to strike' The commander said now that U.S. and international forces were leaving the country ISIS-K was in the process of recruiting members and 'restart operations' Two weeks prior to the attack in Kabul, CNN's @clarissaward interviewed a senior ISIS-K commander.At that time the commander told Ward the group was laying...
    A CNN reporter interviewed a senior ISIS-K commander two weeks before the deadly attack outside Kabul's airport on Thursday. The commander from Kunar Province, whose real identity was disguised, told journalist Clarissa Ward at a hotel in Kabul that his group was "laying low and waiting for a time to strike," CNN reported Friday. These were "words that turned out to be eerily prophetic," noted Ward, who said the commander claimed he had no problem getting through checkpoints to enter Kabul and allowed her crew to film his entry into the city to prove the point. The commander, who asked to be called Abdul Munir, talked about his group fighting U.S. forces, clashing with the Taliban, and experiencing suicide bombings and public executions. "Yes, I have too many memories where I was present myself at these scenes," he said, recalling a memory with the Pakistani Taliban. "During the fighting, we captured five people. Our fighters became overexcited and struck them with axes." The commander also talked about a "plan" to expand the group as foreigners left the country. With...
    Kevin Durant, star of the United States team that won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics by defeating France in the final (82-87), noted that he and his teammates “fight all year long” in the NBA, but in the Games become “brothers” to win Olympic gold. “We fight each other all year in the league, but we become brothers for life before the rest of the world. It is always an incredible gift to be here, for, my family, for everyone, it is this brotherhood that we have created, to work Every day with these guys makes me very happy, I really enjoy it, “declared Durant after the final at the Saitama Super Arena. The American forward, leader of the American team throughout the championship and also in the final with 29 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists, will not clarify if he values ​​returning to play other Olympic Games after winning his third medal in Tokyo 2020. “I don’t know, we’ll see,” he said. Durant highlighted the difficulties that the US team has had in the preparation...
    08/01/2021 at 8:25 PM CEST The Spanish men’s water polo delegation puts an end to the group stage against a dangerous Croatia. With the ticket to the quarterfinals in his pocket and virtually first of the group, the Spaniards will put their good feelings and their great dynamic of results to the test in these Olympic Games against the Balkan team, current Olympic runner-up. Those of David Martín, who so far they have completed an immaculate group stage, they face one of the most powerful teams on a physical level of Tokyo 2020. The two combined saw each other in the semifinals of the last European, at the beginning of 2020, with a victory for Spain by the minimum against Croatia (9-8) and a meritorious silver medal. The national team has an unfavorable historical background against the Croats: In the last 16 direct confrontations, Spain has only won five times, the last two in a row, and has reaped 10 defeats and a draw. Regarding the Olympic Games, Spain won in Rio...
    Ethics filings and company records show how the Israeli cyberintelligence company NSO Group spent millions of dollars on Washington lobbyists, consultants and lawyers as it tried to sell its Pegasus spyware to the U.S. government. Its parent companies paid $100,000 to Michael Flynn before he became President Trump's national security adviser; it took on the public relations firm cofounded by Anita Dunn, a senior White House adviser; and it relied on the legal and consulting services of a slew of figures with government experience, according to new reports. The company's activities have exploded into public view during the past week with revelations from a media coalition, called the Pegasus Project, that its software was used by governments to spy on political opponents and journalists Now it has emerged in the Washington Post that NSO, its founders or allied companies hired some of Washington's most prominent names as they tried to secure government contracts. The include former heads of the Homeland Security and Justice departments as well as some of the city's most powerful public-relations and law firms. The...
    POP legends Atomic Kitten have officially released England anthem 'Southgate You're The One' - SIXTEEN YEARS after their last track. The tune has become a fan favourite during Gareth Southgate's reign and is a twist on the band's No1 single 'Whole Again' from 20 years ago. 3Noughties pop group Atomic Kitten have officially released 'Southgate You're The One'Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 3Manager Gareth Southgate had guided England to the semi-finals of Euro 2020Credit: Reuters Several lyrics have been added in the re-work, including 'Southgate you're the one' and 'football's coming home again'. Two of the group's current band members Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon performed their updated hit in Croydon during a screening of England's quarter-final victory against Ukraine. Atomic Kitten released the professional recording of 'Southgate You're The One' on Tuesday, July 6 - the day before England play Denmark at Wembley. Announcing the song on Instagram, the group wrote: "It's been a whirlwind couple of days, but we are super excited and grateful to be able to contribute to the awesome energy and patriotism that is filling...
    More On: standoff 11 in ‘heavily armed’ fringe group arrested after police standoff on I-95 Second deputy dead after bloody North Carolina standoff Utah police face off with sword-wielding motorist: reports Suspected St. Louis cop killer hit with numerous charges, including murder The self-proclaimed leader of the Rise of the Moors allegedly bragged about his arsenal of guns on YouTube a month before he and 10 other “heavily armed” members of the fringe militia group were arrested in Massachusetts Saturday. Jahmal Latimer and his comrades were charged with multiple firearms offenses following an intense and bizarre standoff with law enforcement on I-95 in Wakefield — which lasted nine hours. Just a month earlier, a video posted on the Rise of the Moors Youtube account — which has over 16,000 followers — reportedly showed Latimer posing with a gun and boasting that he had three of them. The clip, obtained by WBZ-TV, appears to have since been deleted from the group’s page. In the video, the group also “identified police and anybody who wanted to place them under arrest as...
    A statue of George Floyd installed in Brooklyn was vandalized - spray painted with a white supremacist group's logo less than a week after it was unveiled.  The statue, which had been unveiled on Saturday in honor of Juneteenth, was defaced early on Thursday with black spray paint, and stenciled with the website and logo for Patriot Front, a white-supremacist group, police said. It came a day before Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in the killing of Floyd, is set to face sentencing.  Four men are suspected to have taken part in the vandalism, with surveillance footage showing the unidentified individuals approaching the statue at around 3.40am, and then walking away a short time later. Police said they are treating it as a possible hate crime.  Spray paint could be seen on a George Floyd statue in Brooklyn on Thursday, after early that morning. Police suspect a white-supremacist group as the culprit, and are treating it as a possible hate crime RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Washington Post is...
    Four of the Saudi Arabian operatives who killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi had received paramilitary training in the United States approved by the State Department a year before his murder, it has been reported. Tier 1 Group, a security company based in Arkansas that is owned by private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management, started to provide the training in 2014 during the Obama administration to members of the Saudi Royal Guard and the Saudi Rapid Intervention Group, The New York Times reported. Louis Bremer, a senior executive of Cerberus, provided The New York Times with a document containing his written answers to questions from lawmakers last year as part of his nomination for a top job in the Pentagon during the Trump administration. In the document, Bremer confirmed Tier 1 Group trained four members of the Khashoggi kill team in 2017 and that two of them had previously been trained from October 2014 until January 2015 during the Obama administration.  Four of the Saudi Arabian operatives who killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi, pictured, had received paramilitary training in the United States approved by the...
    A survivor of a hit-and-run during an Arizona benefit cycling race has said the driver 'deliberately accelerated and crashed straight into us' before he sped off and was shot by cops.  Tony Quinones, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, told the New York Times he was about six minutes into the Bike the Bluff charity race in Show Low, near Phoenix, about 7:25 a.m. Saturday morning when he saw the Ford F-150 black pickup truck cross over three lanes and head straight for the cyclists. 'He drove his truck directly and intentionally into our group, and you could hear him accelerate,' Quinones said.  Six victims were rushed to hospital following the incident, including one who was airlifted out. Police said Saturday that four were in a critical condition while two were critical but stable. The driver sped away from the scene in the truck and was chased by cops, who shot him near Sylvester Street behind Ace Hardware where he crashed the truck.  The suspect, who has only been identified as a 35-year-old white male, is also in critical but stable condition.    The...
    TRAVIS COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) — A terrifying scene as four women in a boat teetered over the edge of a dam in Texas. Callers to 911 reported the dangerous situation at Austin’s Longhorn Dam on the afternoon of June 10. The four friends were in an electric rental boat when they got swept up in the current and carried to the edge of a dam — with a 36 foot drop just inches away. The spillway at Lady Bird Lake was open because of the deluge caused be recent rainfall. The women were able to call the owner of the boat for help, but as he tried to rescue the group his boat got caught in the powerful current too. The owner was able able to attach a line to the women’s boat and hold them in place, but couldn’t pull them backward. FINAL UPDATE water rescue 1-79 N PLEASANT VALLEY RD: Here is a look at the scene of the earlier rescue from #ATCEMS District Command 6. pic.twitter.com/qJ9RL1Q9V0 — ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) June 10, 2021 Dozens of Austin Fire and rescue...
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