It was the second reported mass stabbing in just three days in Sydney after six people were killed in a knife attack at a mall in the Bondi area.

Officers arrested a man and took him to an undisclosed location following the attack in Wakeley, about 30 km (18 miles) west of Sydney's central business district.

A large crowd quickly gathered outside the church after the attack, throwing rocks at police and demanding they bring out the perpetrator, according to two witnesses.

Police fired pepper spray as they pushed back people onto nearby streets, according to a Reuters journalist. More than 100 police officers were ultimately called in to deal with the unrest, and two were taken to hospital with injuries.

Monday's attack happened during a service at an Assyrian church called Christ The Good Shepherd Church.

Videos of the incident circulating online showed the bishop of the church, Mar Mari Emmanuel, standing at the altar of the church and speaking to worshippers as another man wearing a black jumper walks towards him and attacks him.

Horrified members of the congregation scream as the man stabs the priest several time in the chest, the videos show.

The church streamed the sermons live on its social media page. The motive of the attack is unknown.

The church said in a Facebook post that Emmanuel and a priest, Father Isaac Royel, were among the injured.

"We ask for your prayers at this time. It is the Bishop's and Father's wishes that you also pray for the perpetrator," the post said.

The wounded suffered non-life threatening injuries and were being treated by paramedics, police said.

The New South Wales ambulance service said at least four people were injured including a man in his 50s who was taken to hospital in a serious condition.

"There was so much anger because the bishop is loved by them, he's loved by myself as well, he preaches about the Lord and we love the Lord,” said a local resident who gave her name as Canny, and who saw the bishop put in an ambulance.

Emmanuel was ordained a priest in 2009 and then a bishop in 2011, according to the church's website. The bishop appears to be a popular figure on social media, with clips of his sermons garnering millions of views on platforms including TikTok.

Emmanuel became well known for his hardline views during the pandemic, local media reported at the time, with the bishop describing COVID lockdowns as "mass slavery".

A recent sermon posted online by fans shows him claim the United Nations was founded by Satan.

The attack drew condemnation from figures in the city's Jewish and Muslim communities.

The Australian National Imams Council said the attacks were "horrifying and have no place in Australia, particularly at places of worship and toward religious leaders".

"Extremely concerning scenes at a Sydney church," the Australian Jewish Association said in a social media post.

"Our thoughts are with our Assyrian friends."

New South Wales state Premier Chris Minns said in a social media post: "It's important that the community remain calm and continue to listen and act to the directions of Police and Emergency Services."



Students Jumped To Their Death After Failing College Exam

China ~ This is the disturbing moment two students committed suicide by jumping off a high building after they failed to meet the expectation of their parents.

The two decided to end their lives instead of facing harassment from their parents. It was gathered that the incident happened after the college announced the scores for the entrance examination.

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Garage door squeezes guys head (music)

Goes who is back fuckers? That's right, it's me, KAngel!

I've got a lot of energy today, so try to keep up with me if you can! ^^

What are we gonna talk about today you ask? well, let's see...

What is something we all have in common? something we all are gonna experience? That's right, death!

Y'all are gonna die, your parents, your kids, everyone. welp, not me, I'm an angel after all

But seriously, have you ever thought about death? Does it scare you? More importantly, why are you watching people die. are you a psycho?

Either way, death is everywhere, so you better have fun while you are still alive!

That's it for today's post! I love you all


CHILD WARNING Idiot mishandling a gun shoots a kid in the head


CHILD WARNING Little dude crushed to death by lift

Mohammad Huzaifa Shaikh was with his siblings in the Cozy Shelter building in Mumbai, India when the tragic accident took place.

The distressing footage shows the five-year-old trapped between a heavy brown door and the lift's metal gate moments before the lift starts to move.

The children had used the lift to reach the Mumbai building's fourth floor.

As his sisters walk through the lift's main door to leave, the harrowing clip shows Mohammad stop and turn to close the lift's metal gate as the main brown door swings shut in front of him.

In a matter of seconds, Mohammad becomes stuck between the two doors and can be seen struggling to push the brown door open.

But while Mohammad is still trapped, the lift slowly begins move, rising to the sixth floor and tragically crushing the young boy to death.


EFFORTPOST Muhammed Ali The Greatest Of All Time

I will mostly be making long posts about serial killers and murder cases, but there are a few people that were not murderers or murder victims that still have interesting stories to tell. Muhammad Ali being first of them, but if you're only interested in serial killers and murder cases, then skip this one. This post will contain information on Muhammad Ali's boxing career and his parkinson disease in his later life. I will not be talking about his religious beliefs or politics views. Hope you enjoy. Muhammad Ali born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr on January 17, 1942 was an American professional boxer Nicknamed "the Greatest", he is regarded as one of the most significant sports figures of the 20th century and is often regarded as the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time. Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, he began training as an amateur boxer at age 12.

12 year old Ali had his new red Schwinn bicycle stolen in Louisville in 1954. He sought out a man that he'd heard could help him fill out a police report. That man, Joe Elsby Martin, was an officer who ran the Columbia Gym.

Ali wanted to whup whoever it was who stole his bike, but Martin told Ali before you start talking about whupping somebody, you better learn how to fight.

That conversation launched the boxing career of the Muhammad Ali, then known as Cassius Clay, who would go on to become an Olympic gold medalist, a three-time world heavyweight boxing champion.

In his autobiography, Ali wrote that he was so overwhelmed by the excitement of seeing the boxing gym, that he nearly forgot about his red bike. Ali began training at the gym and just six years later, won Olympic gold. Ali winning the gold medal in Rome, 1960 at age 18

Ali made his professional debut on October 29, 1960, winning a six round decision over Tunney Hunsaker. From then until the end of 1963, Ali amassed a record of 19 wins, with 15 wins by knockout. By late 1963, Ali had become the top contender for Sonny Liston's title.

Ali kept harassing the world champion to give him a shot at the title, even calling him a big ugly bear and even going to his house.

Sonny liston became the World Champion after defeating Floyd Patterson and defended his title once, before he made his second title defense against muhammad ali, on February 25, 1964, in Miami Beach, Florida. Odds were 8 to 1 against Ali.

Sonny liston was stronger, but ali was much faster and agile, making him unable to catch ali. He retired in his corner due to an inflamed shoulder. Ali became the heavyweight world champion at the age of 22. The next fight was a rematch between liston and ali on May 25,


Liston lost in the first round, but some believe that Liston was told to lose the match, because there were rumors that he was being controlled by the mob, and Ali told him when he fell don't take the money sucker. On January 5, 1970 Liston died because of a heroin overdose in his home in Las Vegas, but some believe that he was murdered by the mob, because he had no history of drug abuse and was afraid of needles.

After defending his title 8 more times, after the Sonny Liston matches, Ali was stripped of his title and boxing license, because he refused to participate in the Vietnam war. He was quoted as saying "i have no problem with them Vietcongs" Ali was arrested and faced 5 years in jail plus a 10000$ fine for draft evasion. He didn't spend time in prison, but he was unable to get a boxing license in any state. His last fight before the draft evasion was on Mar 22, 1967 against Zora Folley where he won by KO. He was able to get a boxing license in 1970 and had his comeback match against Jerry Quarry on Oct 26, 1970 where Ali won by KO. No longer the world champion he had to work his way up the rank's again to get a shot at the title.

Joe frazier was the world champion at the time and ali had a shot For WBA, WBC, and The Ring heavyweight titles on Mar 8, 1971. Press conference before the match.

The fight lasted for a full 15 rounds and Ali lost the match by points making this Ali's first loss. After fighting numerous matches Ali had another shot at the title on Oct 30, 1974 against George Foreman

George Foreman was known as the hardest puncher at the time. He absolutely destroyed Joe Frazier

defeating him in the second round and becoming the new WBA, WBC world champion. Odds were against Ali since he lost his first match again Joe Frazier, but he did defeat Frazier in their second match and lost his first match against Ken Norton, but winning the second match, but people still believed that he was going to lose. Muhammad Ali's speech before fighting George Foreman (loud warning)

George Foreman had a record of 40 matches, 40 wins, 37 knockouts when he fought Ali. The fight was called Rumble in the jungle and was hailed as the biggest match in boxing history. The fight was in africa on October 30, 1974, at the 20th of May Stadium in Kinshasa, Zaire. The event had an attendance of 60,000 people and was one of the most watched televised events at the time.

Ali defeated Foreman by using the rope-a-dope style. Leaning against the ropes and tiring Foreman out, before finally making his move. Interview of Ali after defeating Foreman.

After defending his title numerous times and losing it against Leon Spinkes, but immediately winning it back after a rematch, making ali a 3 time world champion, Ali started to show signs of early parkinson disease. He started to slur his speeches and had difficulty moving. Ali before his match against Larry Holmes

On Oct 2, 1980 Ali now 38 years old, fought against Larry Holmes and lost the match. Losing his title to Larry Holmes who became the new heavyweight champion of the world.

In 1981 a man wanted to commit suicide by jumping of a building. People down below were goading him into jumping. A police officer, a psychologist and a minister had already tried talking him down, but they all failed. Muhammad Ali was in the area and he heard about this man, so he rushed in trying to save him. He managed to talk him down saying you're my brother and i love you and i would never lie to you. Ali visited him everyday in the hospital and even helped him in finding a job

In dec 1981 at the age of 39, he fought against Trevor Berbick, but lost again and retired for good after the fight. At the end of his boxing career Ali had absorbed an estimated 200,000 hits.

In 1984, Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, which sometimes results from head trauma from violent physical activities such as boxing. Parkinson's disease is a brain disorder that causes unintended or uncontrollable movements, such as shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with balance and coordination. Symptoms usually begin gradually and worsen over time. As the disease progresses, people may have difficulty walking and talking. They may also have mental and behavioral changes, sleep problems, depression, memory difficulties, and fatigue.

While virtually anyone could be at risk for developing Parkinson's, some research studies suggest this disease affects more men than women. One clear risk is age: Although most people with Parkinson's first develop the disease after age 60, about 5% to 10% experience onset before the age of 50. Early-onset forms of Parkinson's are often, but not always, inherited, and some forms have been linked to specific alterations in genes. The most prominent signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease occur when nerve cells in the basal ganglia, an area of the brain that controls movement, become impaired and/or die. Normally, these nerve cells, or neurons, produce an important brain chemical known as dopamine. When the neurons die or become impaired, they produce less dopamine, which causes the movement problems associated with the disease. Scientists still do not know what causes the neurons to die.

Understanding parkinson's disease

I'm blessed and thankful to God that I understand he's trying me. This is a trial from God. He gave me this illness to remind me that I am not number one, but he is. Muhammad Ali reflecting on having Parkinson's disease

Mike Tyson was a huge fan of Muhammad Ali and was devastated when he saw him lose on tv and swore he would avenge Ali someday. After he started boxing himself, he got to meet his hero in 1989 at the Arsenio Hall show when he was 19 years old.

Mike Tyson vs Larry Holmes

In 1990, Ali traveled to Iraq prior to the Gulf War and met with president Saddam Hussein in an attempt to negotiate the release of 15 American hostages. Ali secured the release of the hostages, in exchange for promising Hussein that he would bring America "an honest account" of Iraq. Despite arranging the hostages' release, he received criticism from president George H. W. Bush, and Joseph C. Wilson, the highest-ranking American diplomat in Baghdad.

In 1996, he lit the flame at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. It was watched by an estimated 3.5 billion viewers worldwide.

His devotion to humanitarian causes and racial equality earned him many accolades, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, an Amnesty International Lifetime Achievement Award, torchbearer at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic games, and his selection as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.

He received the award from president bush himself in 2005

In 2013 Mike Tyson visits muhammad ali at his home

muhammad ali at age 74 attending the 22nd annual Celebrity Fight Night, where he received a standing ovation, as he helped raise money for research into Parkinson's Disease.

Muhammad Ali was hospitalized in Scottsdale, Arizona, on June 2, 2016, with a respiratory illness. Though his condition was initially described as fair, it worsened, and he died the following day at the age of 74 from septic shock. His heart kept beating for 30 minutes after he had passed away

Thousands of people attended his funarel, including Celebrities. Muhammad Ali was buried in his hometown Louisville, Kentucky

Hope everyone enjoyed it. My next long post will be about a serial killer or a murder case. Stay tuned✌️


9 September 2022

Attorney General Letitia James' office has released video from two state police officers' body cameras from the September 2022 night in which Daniel McAlpin, 41, died after an officer shot him.

According to slides in both videos, some footage was redacted due to the AG office's policy. It's yet not clear what was redacted in the videos.

State police responded at about 8:30 p.m. to the Wawarsing home of McAlpin's parents on Sept. 9. Radio transmissions had first responders describing the call as a "psychiatric emergency." The police and Ulster County Sheriff's Office were called to assist the Ulster County Mobile Mental Health crisis team at the McAlpins' home, the police have said. McAlpin's mother has said she and her husband were in Maine that day and that their son lived with them.

Police said they found McAlpin "distraught" inside the home with a large knife. It was described as a machete by the state Attorney General's office, which also has said McAlpin had an airsoft rifle with him. Airsoft guns often look like traditional guns but shoot nonlethal, plastic pellets.

Police said last year that Trooper Elias Strickland used a taser to attempt to stop McAlpin, but that he still advanced toward officers while threatening them with the knife, and that Trooper Jason Wurtz shot McAlpin, who died at the scene.

The Attorney General's office said Monday it had obtained the videos as part of its ongoing investigation into the death and that releasing them follows James' directive that camera footage be made public to increase transparency and strengthen trust in such matters. It's not known how long the officers and other responders had been at the house before the video footage begins.

The videos included a written statement that “Video redacted according to OAG Policy.” The office did not say, when asked by email, what was redacted but referred to its policy. Footage may be redacted or withheld for things including to ensure privacy, such as residence's interiors, intimate images, documents containing certain identifying information, and a person receiving medical attention. It can also be to comply with laws, protect confidential sources or witness, protect a person's right to a fair trial, protect identities of victims of sexual crimes and domestic violence, avoid undue trauma due to graphic content, and to protect minors' identities.

The videos released Monday are from Troopers Strickland's and Wurtz's cameras, according to the Attorney General's office.

In video from Wurtz's camera, inside the house one of the responders is heard saying to McAlpin, who is not visible at this point, that “right now, all we would do is we'd have you talk to somebody.”

The video shows a couple of doors, both closed, next to each other.

An officer opens the door on the right, then quickly steps away and back from it. Another officer, whose uniform is marked sheriff, is pointing a firearm at that doorway and then makes his way into the room. The room is dark and no one appears to be in it.

A responder is heard saying, “Dan. Be calm, Dan, please.”

The video then shows officers and perhaps other responders positioned to either side of the left door, which is closed. One of the officers places a hand on the door handle. Another officer near him is holding a Taser.

As a Sheriff's Department officer, holding a gun, goes past the door to position himself slightly behind the officer holding the door handle, another responder is heard saying, “Danny? Danny?”

McAlpin is still not visible, the door remains closed, but McAlpin appears to respond: “I do not want to hurt anyone. Please go away.”

A responder replies, “Danny, nobody wants to hurt you. We just want you to –”

“I don't want to hurt anyone; please go away!” McAlpin replies.

The same responder tells McAlpin, “Danny, we want to build trust with you.”

As McAlpin responds: “I don't want to build trust; I …,“ video from Wurtz's camera shows an officer's arm motioning toward positioned officers, and the one who had been holding the door handle reaches out to open the door.

As the door swings open, it reveals an ascending stairway. Officers are off to either side of the doorway, and McAlpin appears to be heard saying, “Oh, yeah?”

“Let me see your hands! Let me see your hands!” an officer said.

An officer moves toward the foot of the stairs, points his gun upward.

“Let me see your hands!” an officer said. “Drop it! Drop the weapon!”

McAlpin is heard saying something during those commands that's harder to make out.

A sound is heard, possibly of the Taser being used, and McAlpin appears to be heard saying, “ow.”

“Put the knife down!” a responder said.

Officers continue to tell McAlpin to “drop it!”

The video indicates that McAlpin is coming down the stairs.

The officer uses the Taser.

“Ow!” McAlpine said.

McAlpin is seen swinging the machete in various directions and is carrying some type of firearm – the Attorney General's office last year said it was an Airsoft rifle.

As McAlpin gets toward the bottom of the stairs, he is seen swinging the machete, and officers back away and go off to the side.

Wurtz appears to place both hands on his gun as McAlpin is on the bottom one or two stairs and two shots are heard.

McAlpin falls toward the floor and is heard saying “Ow!”

From this point, it's harder to see precisely what happens. Much of McAlpin is obscured in the video by the officer's arms holding the gun. From down on the floor, it appears McAlpin may attempt to swing or do something with the machete at least once, possibly in the direction of Wurtz, who moves back.

“Drop the weapon!” a responder tells McAlpin, and what appears to be three more shots are heard.

The Attorney General's office has not said how many shots were fired or whether McAlpin was hit by more than one.

Officers then several times say “drop it!” and “drop the weapon!”

McAlpin is then shown on the floor.

Another officer says to handcuff him, he's down, he's down.

“We're safe, everybody's safe,” one responder says.

“Render aid! Render aid!” another says. “Get a tourniquet on his arm,” after McAlpin is in handcuffs.

Another voice can be heard saying, “this is my patient.”

An officer or two at different points say, “get back!” It's not immediately clear who they're directing the command to, but it may be in response to the person who said “this is my patient.”

That same person asks, “has he been shot?"

Daniel McAlpin:

His parents:


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Dera Ghazi Khan (Bureau Report): On the day of Eid, an incident of sudden firing by a security guard has taken a new turn with CCTV footage of the deceased Bashir Laghari. The CCTV footage apparently shows that the guard fired directly with the weapon, while the guard claims he did not intentionally fire and was adjusting his gun when it suddenly went off. Investigations are ongoing, according to details. It is reported that on the day of Eid, within the jurisdiction of Gaddai police station, Bashir Ahmed Laghari, after being severely injured due to sudden firing from the gun of private company guard Qasim Hussain Laghari, succumbed to his injuries on the spot. The CCTV footage apparently shows that security guard Qasim, upon seeing a motorcyclist approaching, straightened the weapon and fired at him, causing the motorcyclist Bashir Laghari to fall from the motorcycle and sustain severe injuries, leading to his death on the spot. However, in an FIR filed by the grandson of the deceased, Adil Hussain, it is stated that he was going home with his grandfather when they reached near the Petrol Pump Center, and when his grandfather saw guard Qasim Hussain Laghari, they went to meet him. Upon seeing his old personal rival, the guard fired at his grandfather, Bashir Ahmed Siddiquani Laghari, upon which the police station Gaddai initiated further investigation by registering FIR No. 493/24 under Section 302 on the claim of the grandson of the deceased, Adil Hussain. On the other hand, security guard Qasim Hussain Laghari claims he did not intentionally fire and was adjusting his gun when it suddenly went off, hitting Bashir Ahmed. However, investigations into various aspects of the incident are ongoing by Gaddai police station.



I'm aware somebody may have already posted this but whatevz... also couldn't come up with a more creative title for this '-'

On September 21, 2014, at 2:30 p.m., on the 67th km of the Elabuga-Perm highway, the driver of a DAF car born in 1966. collided with a VAZ-2107 car moving in front in the same direction, driven by a man born in 1975. After which the DAF car collided with an oncoming Renault Sandero car, driven by a man born in 1970. As a result of the collision, the VAZ-2107 caught fire, the driver of the VAZ was trapped in the car and died as a result of the fire. The passenger of the Renault Sandero car, a girl born in 2004, was injured and was released home after receiving medical assistance. As a result of the collision, six more cars received mechanical damage. At the moment, a criminal case has been opened regarding the accident under Part 3 of Article 264 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.


The seconds of an accident involving a four-wheeled vehicle and a motorcycle on the Padang-Bukittinggi alternative road in Malalak were recorded by the car's dashcam.

The video shows that the motorcycle left its lane and hit the car. The accident occurred at the location of the uphill bend on Saturday (13/4/2024) at around 1:16 pm.

Based on the car dashcam footage obtained by Sumbarkita, initially the car was traveling at a moderate speed in the left lane. Not long after, a motorcycle suddenly appeared and immediately hit the car. It is suspected that the motorcycle lost control.

The motorcyclist and pillion rider immediately bounced when they hit the car.

Another video uploaded by Facebook account Every Andi shows the scene immediately after the accident. Three people were seen lying on the side of the road.

"Just now there was an accident on the via malalak bukittinggi road between a motorcyclist and a four-wheeled rider," Every Andi captioned his post.

He explained that the two vehicles were involved in a goat fight from opposite directions.

"It is estimated that a mother motorcyclist died on the spot and two children suffered severe injuries. It is hoped that colleagues will be careful traveling," he added.

The condition of the three victims is not yet known. When this information was submitted, Sumbarkita was still gathering further information from the authorities.


Man gets stabbed to death over allegedly stealing shrimp (Stabbing at 1:05)

A deadly scuffle over allegedly stolen shrimp inside a Harlem fish market left a Manhattan man fatally stabbed and his brother wounded last month.

The footage shows Robert “Bobby” Burrell, 29, and his 25-year-old brother, Malik Burrell, brawling with workers at Fish Express Fish Market on Feb. 21, rushing behind the counter and hurling a chair at the employees.

Fishmonger Junior Aquino Hernandez is then seen lunging at the brothers with a knife, repeatedly stabbing the younger Burrell and then his brother as they back out of the store.

Malik Burrell later died from his wounds, while his brother was taken to the hospital in stable condition.

Hernandez, 34, was charged with murder in the melee, but Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg later dropped the charge pending further investigation.

Surveillance video captures the moment fishmonger Junior Aquino Hernandez stabs and mortally wounds Malik Burrell during a fight at Fish Express Fish Market in Harlem on Feb. 21.

Hernandez, a married father of four who claimed he acted in self-defense, still faces assault charges in the incident and is due back in court on April 4, court records show.

The deadly encounter began when Bobby Burrell entered the store to buy shrimp for a birthday meal, only to get into a dispute with a worker at the fish market.

The surveillance footage shows two employees wrestling with him as he appears to try to leave the store with a bag of shrimp, which he drops on the ground before taking a swing at one worker and fleeing the store.

But the video shows him returning with his younger brother and storming into the store and behind the counter, where the pair is seen hurling a chair and fighting with workers.

CHILD WARNING Random dude beats woman waiting at the bus stop with dildo, crazy fucker.


On the morning of April 15, in Chu town, Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province, a traffic accident occurred that left a man dead.

The incident occurred on Highway 31. At the time of the accident, driver Pham Van Toan (born 1990), residing in Ho Dau village, Cam Ly commune, Luc Nam district, Bac Giang province, was driving a car with a registration certificate. 98LD - 010.68 goes in the direction of Luc Ngan - Son Dong.

When arriving at the intersection area of Minh Khai residential group, Chu town, there was a collision with motorbike registration number 98N1 - 9812 driven by Mr. D.T.D. (born 1965), residing in Nghia residential group, Chu town, driving in the same direction.

As a result, Mr. D. died on the spot, motorbike was damaged. Currently, Luc Ngan District Police are investigating and clarifying the case.



The truck driver was jailed for 22 years, the man recording this footage was ALSO JAILED for 10-months. Thanks for the footage buddy :girlsalute:

Burning compilation


Look both ways next time so u don't end up like this idiot




On 7th October 2021, A shopkeeper was stabbed nine times. Six times on the back, two on the head and once on the wrist. The shopkeeper managed to survive and had to undergo two surgeries with a recovery time of one and a half months. The shopkeeper claims to not know this man and the motive of the stabbing was unclear.

Rumors started going around that the man's wife had cheated on him and he confused the shopkeeper for the one she cheated on. In the police report, the perpetrator's wife and family confirms that they have never met the shopkeeper or his family. His family also pleads for mental illness in court but the court overruled their plea and sentenced him to eight years in prison.

Below are some additional photos following the incident.

The crime scene

Victim after being brought to the hospital

Two days after the incident

Two months after the incident

CHILD WARNING Boy drowns after going unnoticed for 3 minutes inside indoor pool in China..

Arm pyrotechnics :cirnoshy:

Sorry for the quality

Russian Assassins Creed

Brazilian guy gets his head splattered by a shotgun


Arkansas state police have launched an investigation into three officers who were captured on video holding down and beating a man outside a convenience store, an interaction that sparked outrage on social media. The incident comes as video footage captured by body cameras and cellphones continue to expose aggressive and abusive policing practices across the US. Recently, in Florida, a deputy resigned after video surfaced of him pointing his gun at a pregnant Black woman during a traffic stop.

Officers in Arkansas responded Sunday to a report of a man who allegedly threatened convenience store workers in a nearby area and then rode his bicycle to Mulberry, a town north-west of Little Rock, the Fort Smith Times Record reported. Video captured of the encounter showed an officer pinning down Randall Worcester, of South Carolina, to the ground as one punched him and another kneed him. Worcester, 27, was taken to a hospital for treatment on Sunday. After the hospital discharged him, officers booked him in a local jail on multiple charges, including second-degree battery, resisting arrest and terroristic threatening, state police said. Two deputies with the nearby Crawford county sheriff's office were suspended pending an investigation into use of force practices while a police officer working for the municipality of Mulberry was placed on leave. Authorities have yet to publicly release the officers' names. “The state police investigation will be limited to the use of physical force by the deputies and police officer,” Arkansas state police said in a statement. “Upon completion of the investigation, the case file will be submitted to the Crawford county prosecuting attorney who will determine whether the use of force by the law enforcement officers was consistent with Arkansas laws.” Meanwhile, in Florida, deputy Jason DeSue of the Bradford county sheriff's office resigned after footage initially captured by one of a woman's children showed an aggressive interaction following a traffic stop.

Ebony Washington, a mother of three, told 11 News she was driving from home with her children when DeSue pulled her over for speeding. As she turned on her hazard lights, DeSue warned her: “Pull the vehicle over, or I'll put you into the ground,” according to body-camera video. Washington said she searched for a well-lit area to pull her car over before she parked at a nearby gas station. After she stopped, DeSue raised his gun, pointed it at her vehicle and yelled, “If you make any movement, that'll be your last mistake you're gonna make.” Washington pulled her hands out of the car window but did not know DeSue had a gun until he informed her. Washington said she tried to reason with DeSue, explaining that she waited to pull over because she had her kids in the car and was four months pregnant. In response, DeSue said on video: “Shut up about the why.” Video showed him grabbing Washington by the arm and aggressively handcuffing her.

He gave her a speeding ticket, and Washington apologized. A sheriff's spokesperson at the Bradford county sheriff's office told Action News Jax that DeSue, who joined the department in 2020, had a history of issues and had entered into a “last-chance” agreement. “His verbal abuse was intolerable and we weren't going to allow that,” said the agency's chief deputy, Brad Smith. “Had I done any type of movement outside of what he asked me to do, that could have been an opportunity for him to pull the trigger,” Washington told 11 News.

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