Punishment for group of thieves

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL A group of thieves were caught robbing people on the beach. The members of the well-known CV gang punished them accordingly. There was a discussion on the Internet about what reason the gang had to punish thieves who stole outside their territory. It is speculated that as part of the money laundering gangs own legal businesses in tourist locations, so it is in their interest to keep them from stealing.


In 2021, Valentino Vecchietti of Intersex Equality Rights UK redesigned theΒ Progress Pride FlagΒ to incorporate theΒ intersex flag.Β This design added a yellow triangle with a purple circle in it to the chevron of the Progress Pride flag. It also changed the color of green to a lighter shade without adding new symbolism. Intersex Equality Rights UK posted the new flag on Instagram and Twitter.

White, pink and turquoise are the colors of the transgender movement, which were added in the previous update alongside 🀎brown🀎 and πŸ–€blackπŸ–€, that stand for the marginalized Queer Community of Color.

The big arrow symbolizes the further way of the community as a whole and its desire to include more groups. βž‘οΈπŸ”œ

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whats your favorite coffee shop??

[ANIMAL WARNING] Cat is Beheaded
Woman driver cuts in front of motorcyclist

Chinese? No. Just a retarded female driver

Retarded streamer crashes a bike

10 year old Tik Tok star Bella Brave has died - she had 7 million followers


2024 Feb 12th, Zhonghua Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing.

Stopped at 2:20, dragged out (and has ass kicked) at 4:17.


Viktor Igorevich Sayenko, Igor Vladimirovich Suprunyuk, and Alexander Alexandrovich Hanzha, collectively known as "The Dnepropetrovsk Maniacs", were a pack of Ukrainian serial/spree killers thrill killers, robbers, one-time cop killers, and one-time enucleators who brutally killed nearly two-dozen people during a murder spree that lasted nearly four weeks. While Hanzha never directly participated in the murders, he is considered a part of the group as he was aware of the criminal activities.


Sayenko, Suprunyuk, and Hanzha were all born in 1988 to wealthy, influential parents and attended school together. The three individuals had several phobias, which they dealt with by doing strange activities, such as standing on a balcony of their apartment, hanging over the railing to combat their fear of heights. Hanzha had hemophobia, which Suprunyuk suggested tackling by torturing and killing stray dogs. The three then proceeded to do so and taking pictures of them standing beside the corpses. The boys were also apparently enthusiasts over the Nazi cause.

After graduating high school, Sayenko and Hanzha went to their own jobs, while Suprunyuk, officially being unemployed, became an unlicensed taxi driver. The three took up robbing Suprunyuk's passengers, some of whom were reported to later wind up as their victims. On March 1, 2007, Hanzha committed two armed robberies that he would end charged for. Eventually, Sayenko and Suprunyuk apparently lost interest in robbing and decided to take it to the next step, murdering random people for the sheer thrill of it.

On July 25, 2007, with Ekaterina Ilchenko and Roman Tatarevich, Sayenko and Suprunyuk initiated their killing spree, randomly picking pedestrians and then bludgeoning them with blunt objects, such as hammers and steel construction bars, and recording some of the murders. Several victims were also robbed of their possessions. Interestingly enough, one of the videos still exist and is available on pretty much any gore sight. 3 guys one hammer, a commonly seen video at this point. The video depicts the torture and murder of Sergei Yavchenko, involving a hammer, a screw driver, and other tools. You can probably imagine it pretty well if you haven't already seen it somehow

Every other video is lost, and there's a good chance it will absolutely be found. I say this because i recall seeing a video that I am about 80% sure is a lost snuff video containing these 3 men, or at least just people that look and act a lot like these men. They may have been speaking Russian instead of Ukrainian though, I'm not to sure. I will try my best to write down what I recall seeing and maybe one of you guys can post the video I'm thinking of

My experience:

The video itself was extremely low quality, and I could really barely even tell what was going on which is why I don't want to 100% claim it's footage of these 3. It begin behind a dumpster with a lot of forest near by, a man is laying on the floor clearly in some sort of pain or discomfort. The man is then bludgeoned in the head about 15 times straight. That's about literally all I remember, but it seemed erily similar to a murder of the Dnepropdtrovsk maniacs. It pretty much fits all of their murders, but I don't believe they would kill a victim so fast without torturing them as usual. I believe the victim is Nikolai Serchuck, whose death fits the exact description depicted in the video, soliciting to me even more that it is a video recorded by them. Of course, this is all speculation and I have the memory of a fucking goldfish, so take this all as you will, and like I said if you know what the video I'm talking about is or somehow find it, feel free to correct

An extra few pictures I found disturbing

A photo taken by one of the Dnepropetrovsk maniacs showing himself giving the finger to a victim's grave. Pretty simple but I thought it was fucked up

Posing next to Sergei's dead body

CHILD WARNING At a race a teenager is hit by a motorcycle

17-year-old Tristan Lentink suffered 2 broken legs a broken pelvis and torn tendons in his left knee.


Real shit

Question for the day!!

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If you got kicked from gorefield

One of the mods (not sure who) kicked a shitton of people out of gorefield, like 60 people :/, so if you were kicked it was not for any good reason and feel free to rejoin if you would like, you will be readded asap. Sorry for shitty mods being shitty



Fuck radical Muslims. Do you agree.

CarΓ‘jo la pinche Muslims dΓ© radical. Tu acuerdas?



Richard Simmons, Dr. Ruth and Shannen Doherty died this weekend

I created a post two days ago with lots of videos about Dr. Ruth:


Richard Simmons Said 'I Know People Miss Me' in Emotional Final Interview 2 Days Before His Death (Exclusive)

The fitness guru spoke to PEOPLE just days before he died at 76

Richard Simmons was singing: "Happy birthday to… me…" It was one day before he turned 76, and two days before the fitness and weight loss legend died of apparent natural causes in his Los Angeles home on July 13. He was also, inexplicably, serenading himself while imitating Marilyn Monroe. And, as it's gone for the past five decades, no one was laughing harder than Richard Simmons. "I'll always be the court jester," said Simmons, on the phone with PEOPLE for an exclusive, rare interview β€” his first since his abrupt retirement from the public eye in 2014.

His reclusivity in recent years was a stark departure from the Richard Simmons his fans had come to know and adore. After growing up in New Orleans, where he struggled with weight issues throughout childhood (he weighed 268 lbs. when he graduated high school in 1966), the fitness showman first found fame in Los Angeles, where he opened Rufstrage and the Anatomy Asylum β€” a combination health-food eatery and exercise studio in 1974.

It was the beginning of a fitness empire that included nine books (two bestsellers), his Deal-A-Meal and FoodMover diet plans, infomercials and megahit workout videos (including 'Sweatin' to the Oldies,' which sold over 22 million copies). He appeared regularly on General Hospital, hosted his own talk show in the '80s and became a favorite guest for the likes of David Letterman and Rosie O'Donnell. With his signature crown of curly hair, rhinestone-covered tank tops, dolphin shorts and tube socks, Simmons was a frenetic, high-kicking, arm-waving icon β€” and a sparkling beacon of hope for his millions of fans. "I'll always be fooling around," he told PEOPLE. "When the curtain goes up, I'm there to make people happy."

That was also a role he took very seriously. "Here at home," he added quietly, "I get up every day and help people. Because my work is very serious." Before his death, his joyful identity was shrouded in mystery. His whereabouts and even his safety were questioned. Those close to Simmons say one reason for his seclusion was that he had knee surgery and needed a second but had refused.

But Simmons said he never disappeared. He had been emailing fans and friends ("we answer 100 emails daily") and calling those in need. He talked about the skin cancer he'd had removed earlier this year. "Basal cell carcinoma, it was scary. But it never came back. So many people have cancer," he added. "I call them, I sing to them. 'You're gonna get through this. You just have to believe that.'"

As of just a few months ago, he had been working on a musical, with the composer Patrick Leonard. He was excited about the future, but even more just about the day ahead. On the phone he was upbeat, and planning a comeback. "I'm grateful I get to live another day," he said, talking about how he was planning to celebrate his birthday with one candle "stuck in a zucchini. You know I'm a vegetarian."

He was also tiptoeing back into a more public life, releasing statements on Facebook and YouTube over the past year. "Today is a beautiful day," he said. "But nothing's really different. I got up this morning. I said my prayers, I counted my blessings, and then I went to work. You know? And writing messages, answering emails β€” and when the email is real extreme, I ask for their numbers, and I call them. I'm feeling great, 'cause I'm helping people." Below, more from Simmons' emotional, revealing interview.

People say you disappeared, but you really have not. You've still been quietly helping people over the last years.

Well, when I decided to retire, it was because my body told me I needed to retire. I have spent time just reflecting on my life. All of the books I wrote, the videos. I never was like, "Oh look what I've done." My thing was, "Oh, look how many people I helped."

Where did this ethos come from, this need to help others?

My parents instilled that in me. They did not have a lot of money in New Orleans. They weren't Catholic but I went to Catholic school because it was three blocks away. And I fell in love with nuns. I'd never met a nun in my life. One of the nuns decided to leave the order. And she had nowhere to go. She had a small suitcase with maybe two outfits in it. And where did she go? She went to my house. My mother gave her clothes. My father gave her money for a Greyhound bus ticket to go back home. I was always embroidered with caring for people.

Folks always felt comfortable opening up to you.

I'm telling you, when I did a personal appearance at a shopping mall, if I taught a 45-minute class, then people lined up and they wanted an autograph. But it wasn't simply that they wanted an autograph. They wanted to tell me their whole story. Because they didn't feel anyone listened to them. And I would sit there and hold their hand, and I would do that for maybe three hours until nobody was left.

That's really your legacy, Richard. You can really connect with people β€” and that makes you a legend. When you hear that word "legend," what do you feel?

I don't hear it at all. I don't hear the word legend. I don't hear the word icon. I never lived a celebrity life. I never thought of myself as a celebrity. People don't know this, I'm really a shy person and a little bit of an introvert. But when that curtain goes up that's a different story. I'm there to make people happy. But the accolades I get from emails. I mean, today most probably, we'll answer over 100 emails. And they'll say, "I'm your No. 1 fan." And I just write back, and I say, you know, "Don't say that because I'm a human being just like you. And I know that you do good things, too."

But you can look back a little bit and see what you've accomplished and what you've changed in terms of how we talk about fitness and nutrition, right?

I can. I am proud of myself. You know, when I wanted to open my salad bar in my [fitness] studio, there was nothing like it. There wasn't a place for overweight people to feel comfortable. I could not believe it. I had to pinch myself. All of these people came in. And I would just try to teach a great class and make 'em a great salad. And you know, that led to General Hospital. So one day I was making salads, and the next day I was in a soap opera with Genie Francis and Tony Geary. Then I had my own show. And then, I got into the infomercial world. Then I packed up my aerobics shoes and I did 200 days on the road for over 35 years.

The weight loss and fitness industries have changed so much of late. Can we compare and contrast then to now?

Well, when I retired, I thought someone else was going to take my place. That somebody would open up studios for people who needed to lose weight or didn't feel good about themselves, but I haven't seen that. I mean, there's always been places for fit people.

Jane Fonda's studio was about three miles away from me, and I've always been a fanβ€” so I dressed up one day with a brown wig, a mustache, and glasses and a gray sweatshirt and heather-gray pants β€” and I went to her class. And she never knew it was me. And she was an excellent teacher.

What are your thoughts on weight loss drugs and surgeries?

Today, you know, some people have their weight loss surgeries. That's none of my business. If they tell me, they tell me. If someone's taking a shot to lose weight, that is not my business. I just hope that it helps them, you know, once you get to a certain age, weight is pretty hard to lose. I never advise people to do phony things. When I did my Deal-a-Meal and FoodMover [weight-loss plans], it was all based on the food groups. When I gave my exercise classes, it was all low-impact movements to classic songs that nobody had ever used in their workout.



Shannen Doherty, Star of Beverly Hills, 90210 and Charmed, Dies at 53:

The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' and 'Charmed' star was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015

Shannen Doherty has died after years of living with cancer, PEOPLE has confirmed. She was 53.

"It is with a heavy heart that I confirm the passing of actress Shannen Doherty. On Saturday, July 13, she lost her battle with cancer after many years of fighting the disease," Doherty's longtime publicist Leslie Sloane confirmed in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE on Sunday, July 14.

"The devoted daughter, sister, aunt and friend was surrounded by her loved ones as well as her dog, Bowie. The family asks for their privacy at this time so they can grieve in peace," Sloane continued.

The Beverly Hills 90210 star was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and spoke candidly to PEOPLE in November 2023 about her Stage 4 breast cancer, which had by then spread to her bones, saying at the time that she didn't "want to die."

"I'm not done with living. I'm not done with loving. I'm not done with creating. I'm not done with hopefully changing things for the better," she told PEOPLE. "I'm just not β€” I'm not done."

Following her March 2015 diagnosis, the actress revealed just over two years later in April 2017 that she had gone into remission, however, by 2019, the cancer returned. Doherty announced her diagnosis of metastatic stage 4 cancer publicly in 2020. Then, in June of 2023, the actress shared that the cancer had spread to her brain and that she had undergone surgery.

Doherty posted on Instagram on June 6, 2023, sharing in a candid and emotional message that the cancer had spread to her brain. Then, later the same month in another post, that she had undergone surgery in January 2023 β€” describing the fear she felt ahead of the procedure as "overwhelming" β€” to remove a brain tumor, which she had named Bob.

"He had to get removed and dissected to see his pathology," she told PEOPLE in November 2023. "It was definitely one of the scariest things I've ever been through in my entire life."

Despite that, the actress was determined to continue working as she lived with the disease.

"People just assume that it means you can't walk, you can't eat, you can't work. They put you out to pasture at a very early age β€”'You're done, you're retired,' and we're not," she said, adding "We're vibrant, and we have such a different outlook on life. We are people who want to work and embrace life and keep moving forward."

Indeed, before her death, Doherty hoped to raise funds, and awareness, for cancer research, while at the same time demonstrating to others that people like herself, with terminal cancer, are still individuals with plenty to contribute.

"When you ask yourself, 'Why me? Why did I get cancer?' and then 'Why did my cancer come back? Why am I stage 4?,' that leads you to look for the bigger purpose in life," she said.

Her candid comments echoed her words from a 2020 interview with Amy Robach for ABC News that aired on Good Morning America, in which she was equally pragmatic.

"I definitely have days where I say, 'Why me?'" Doherty told Robach of the development in her health at the time. "And then I go, well, 'Why not me? Who else? Who else besides me deserves this?' None of us do."

That interview with Robach marked Doherty first revealing her breast cancer had returned as stage 4 cancer after she had previously gone into remission.

"It's going to come out in a matter of days or a week that I'm stage 4. So my cancer came back, and that's why I'm here," Doherty said on Good Morning America. "I don't think I've processed it. It's a bitter pill to swallow in a lot of ways."



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, i found this on youtube, I don't think this is a reupload.

Edit: found another from the same YouTube channel that I think is new

Mans marriage being celebrated by dragging him around with a vehicle

Trumps new look

Teflon Don


I like watching the famous gore videos but I want to hear some of everyone's favorites, maybe give me a recommendation? :diddykongrunning: :donkeykongattack:


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