'Catch me if you can' is caught: Speeding maniac biker taunts police with video The “Catch me if you can” biker made the video using a helmet can. Other than recognizing the street scenes, the police didn’t get a good shot of the person raising traffic havoc. The video of this dare-devil driver came to the attention of the San ... 02/18/2014 - 2:04 pm | View Link
‘Catch Me If You Can’ Biker Taunts Police By Posting Extreme Video To Facebook Page SAN ANTONIO (CBS Houston) – Police are searching for a daring motorcyclist who posted a disturbing video to their Facebook page. Alberto Rodriguez uploaded a video to the San Antonio Police Department’s Facebook page showing a motorcycle rider topping ... 02/12/2014 - 11:28 pm | View Link
'Catch me if you can': Biker taunts police with video SAN ANTONIO — A motorcyclist filmed his dangerous ride as he dodged in and out of traffic and sped between vehicles. Then he posted the video onto the San Antonio Police Department's Facebook page and wrote "catch me if you can." Police say they now know ... 02/12/2014 - 9:05 am | View Link
'Catch me if you can.' Biker taunts police with video 'Catch me if you can.' Biker taunts police with video A motorcyclist taunts police in San Antonio by posting extreme video of himself racing through traffic to the department's Facebook page. Police says they know who posted the video and are asking for ... 02/12/2014 - 7:11 am | View Link
'Catch me if you can': Biker taunts police by posting extreme video to Facebook page SAN ANTONIO -- Police say they know exactly who is behind a disturbing video posted to its Facebook page, and is warning anyone hiding the fugitive to give him up. SAPD investigators said Alberto Rodriguez is the motorcyclist behind the video, which shows ... 02/12/2014 - 2:02 am | View Link
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The militant Islamist group Boko Haram has been accused of abducting dozens more women and girls from two villages in Nigeria’s northeastern Adamawa state.
Residents say the alleged kidnappings, which haven’t been confirmed by authorities, took place a day after a reported truce between the militants and Nigerian government, the BBC says.
The government hopes negotiations with Boko Haram will secure the release of more than 200 girls who were taken hostage by the militants in April.
Former Boston mayor Thomas M. Menino has stopped treatment for advanced cancer, the much-beloved titan of Boston politics said on Wednesday.
Menino’s announcement startled and saddened Bostonians, who have seen the five-term mayor — perhaps still the most recognizable person in Boston’s political scene — carry on with business as usual since he was diagnosed with advanced-stage cancer in Feb., the Boston Globe reports.
The burial of transgender woman Jennifer Laude has sparked a “National Day of Outrage” in the Philippines, with LGBT organizations staging candlelight vigils across the country on Friday.
A U. S. Marine has been accused of her killing.
“We will deliver messages of solidarity and push for justice,” says Charlese Saballe, chairwoman of the Society of Transsexual Women of the Philippines (STRAP).
A man was shot and killed in Queens on Thursday after he attacked four New York Police Department officers with a hatchet.
The assailant, who is yet to be identified, was seen taking the hatchet out of a backpack before assaulting the rookie officers around 2 p.m., the Associated Press reported.
One of the officers blocked the first swing of the hatchet with his arm, while the second took a serious blow to the head.
Hong Kong and China are “one country” with “two systems.” Yet these days, pro-democracy protesters say, the emphasis is patently on “one country.”
Just shy of one month into the protests paralyzing key traffic arteries in Hong Kong, democracy supporters here are outraged over what they say is the local government’s failure to meet even low expectations for interceding on their behalf to Beijing.
“Under normal circumstances, the government should argue the people’s case in Beijing and help Hong Kong to secure universal suffrage,” says Emily Lau, chair of Hong Kong’s Democratic Party.
“But it has done the reverse,” she says, “by urging Hong Kong people to accept the unacceptable.”
Indeed, supporters of the protests point to concrete steps Hong Kong’s top leader, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, could take — but hasn’t — to get Beijing to end the deadlock.