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Disabled Woman Injured During Purse Snatch Incident NR12427td

September 12, 2012
Disabled Woman Injured During Purse Snatch Incident NR12427td

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Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 2

April 29, 2012
Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 2

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Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 1

April 29, 2012
Ray Appleton’s Radio Show DUI Checkpoints MrCheckpoint – Part 1

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Beaten Giants Fan Wishes Son Good Luck On First Pitch At AT&T Park

April 14, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO — Bryan Stow needed only three words to move an entire ballpark at the San Francisco Giants’ home opener. Nearly beaten to death in an attack outside Dodger Stadium last year, Stow’s surprise appearance live on the center-field videoboard before Friday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates might have been emotional enough. Instead, he also stirred fans and players in a touching family moment. As the entire Giants team stood atop the mound for the first pitch, Stow, sitting in a wheelchair and wearing a Giants shirt, suddenly appeared on the screen with his mother, Ann. Then he struggled to get out a few words short words to his 13-year-old son, Tyler, who was standing atop the mound at AT&T Park. “Good luck, son,” Stow said. Tyler tossed the pitch a little high and outside – but it didn’t bounce, and it didn’t really matter where it landed. The improvements from his father were enough, coming nearly a year after the attack in Los Angeles that left Stow in a coma. Stow, a Giants fan and father of two young children, spent months in a medically induced coma after being punched in the head, kicked and slammed to the ground outside Dodger Stadium last March. Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood are charged in the beating. Both have pleaded not guilty. Stow’s family has said the 43-year-old former paramedic from Santa Cruz is undergoing aggressive therapy to help him become more independent. He now shares an apartment with two other patients, and they have full-time assistance. His mother thanked fans for their support before Stow spoke on the video screen. She also said the family hopes to bring Stow to a Giants game at some point this season. “We had hoped that Bryan would be here today with you, but he is working on his rehab,” she said. The Dodgers-Giants rivalry is one of baseball’s oldest and fiercest, dating back decades to when the teams were in New York. Stow’s attack turned into a rallying cry for fan safety – with both teams coming out against violence at games – and spawned an outpouring of support. Giants third base coach and musician Tim Flannery has held two benefit concerts. Home run king Barry Bonds also has contributed to a college fund for Stow’s children, and Giants ace Tim Lincecum gave $25,000 to the Bryan Stow Fund to help with medical bills and other expenses last year. The Giants also raised approximately $70,000 for the Stow fund last year, partnering with his employer, American Medical Response, to gather donations at AT&T Park before the start of a series with the Dodgers in April. The total included a $10,000 donation from the team. ___ Read more: Beaten Giants Fan Wishes Son Good Luck On First Pitch At AT&T Park

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MrCheckpoint DUI Checkpoint NEWS Channel 10 False Arrest & Illegal Search!

January 28, 2012
MrCheckpoint DUI Checkpoint NEWS Channel 10 False Arrest & Illegal Search!

July 13, 2011 Channel 10 News Coverage Live in San Diego. Interview with police and www.MrCheckpoint.com about questionable police searches.

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Sasha Bronner: Why I Don’t Care to Watch the Oscars This Year

January 25, 2012

Waking up yesterday morning to the sunny, glowing light of my iPhone was a little bit like waking up on Christmas morning — you sort of know what you’re gonna get, but there’s always room for surprise. Sure, there’s plenty of buzz and speculation about who might be nominated for the Academy Awards. Sure, the Golden Globes are a strange, half-broken crystal ball indicator of some of what’s to come, but you still don’t really know until you read the nomination list. I fell asleep half way through the list. It is a jumbled, confused, half-assed attempt at honoring the highest achievements in film for the year and frankly, I am bored. It’s hard to know where to even start. It’s kind of like turning in a rough draft in a freshman year creative writing class and having your bearded, vest-wearing liberal arts professor tell you to start from scratch, and with a different protagonist. I have high standards. I always have a bone or two to pick with the Academy when nominations come out. Why are we nominating good movies? Why aren’t we nominating the greatest of the great movies? We should expect good movies throughout the year. We should applaud, on the largest stage, the best ones. There are some fantastic films from 2011 that got barely a flirtatious wink from the Academy. I can barely bring myself to type the word “shame.” The irony. Shame, shame, shame. Michael Fassbender gives the performance of three lifetimes. It is a haunting, horrifyingly honest masterpiece, and one that I could not shake for months . There is no Best Actor nomination, no Best Director, Screenplay or even Supporting Actress nod for Carey Mulligan who quietly brought power and fear to her performance as Fassbender’s damaged sister. And in a completely different way, Beginners is, without a doubt, the movie that stole my heart last year. I have seen it three times, listened to the soundtrack endlessly and adored every conversation I’ve had about it. Thankfully, Christopher Plummer secured a Best Supporting Actor nomination, but Mike Mils delivered the most visceral film about love I can remember and it sticks to your skin in the best of ways, it coats your eyes when you leave the theater and everything feels different, if even for a moment, after experiencing it. It was the year of Ryan Gosling and that beautiful man got no love letter, no postcard. Drive was stylized, it was dark, it was heavy, it threw you around, it made you feel like you were and are a living, breathing human being in this world. Director Nicolas Winding Refn is a force to be reckoned with and the Academy doesn’t seem to care. I would have even taken a Carey Mulligan nomination here , just to get the film’s name on the ballot. I am happy for many films. The Artist is one I resisted and resisted seeing, hearing it was “cute” and “charming.” It is much, much more than that. I am thrilled for Bridesmaids and Moneyball and most especially for Best Actor nominee Demian Bichir for his film A Better Life . What I am not thrilled about it the insistence on nominating names instead of achievements. I love George Clooney and Alexander Payne as much as the next Westside-raised Angeleno. But I didn’t feel any sorrow, sadness or even spirit from The Descendants . I didn’t feel any magic from My Week With Marilyn . I’ve read the list over a few times. And sure, I will be happy to see some nominees win — but there’s no excitement this year, there’s no held breath or glorious moment of surprise when that-perfect-someone’s name is called and their whole world changes on screen for the rest of us to witness. Christmas morning has come and gone. I no longer believe in Santa. See the original post here: Sasha Bronner: Why I Don’t Care to Watch the Oscars This Year

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Man Called ‘Terrorist’ & ‘Al-Qaida’ At Work Wins Harassment Lawsuit

January 25, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco jury awarded $465,000 to a Muslim security guard who says his co-workers and supervisors called him a terrorist and an al-Qaida member. The 27-year-old says he quit his job as a security guard for Los Angeles-based Andrews International in February 2010 after the company failed to take his complaints about harassment seriously. He had served as a guard at the Letterman Digital Arts Center in the Presidio. An attorney for Andrews says the company had promoted Idris to a supervisory position and plans to appeal the verdict. ___ See original here: Man Called ‘Terrorist’ & ‘Al-Qaida’ At Work Wins Harassment Lawsuit

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Drunken Drive Thru

January 13, 2012
Drunken Drive Thru

If you’re getting behind the wheel after a few drinks, you may find yourself rolling through a DUI checkpoint, followed by a trip to jail. We spent an evening in Imperial Beach to see a checkpoint in action. The message is clear; don’t drink and drive.

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Soldier Paralyzed After Being Shot At Homecoming Party

December 25, 2011

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — An Army soldier recovering from injuries suffered in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan has been shot at his homecoming party, and family members say he’s paralyzed and in critical condition. Christopher Sullivan, 22, was shot late Friday while trying to break up a fight between his brother and another man at a San Bernardino, Calif., residence. Suzanne Sullivan said her son suffered two gunshot wounds to his back, which shattered his spine. Family members told the newspaper that the shooting late Friday left Sullivan paralyzed and in critical condition. Police said Sullivan’s brother and a partygoer got into an argument. When Sullivan moved to intervene, the man pulled a gun and opened fire. The gunman fled the scene before police arrived. Sullivan was wounded in a suicide bombing attack last year in Kandahar while serving with the 101st Infantry Division. He suffered a cracked collar bone and brain damage in the attack and has been recovering in Kentucky where he is stationed. He was home on leave when the shooting occurred. His enlistment would be complete in April, after which Sullivan had planned to come home to go to college. Family members are calling on the shooter to surrender. Police have not identified the suspect. The rest is here: Soldier Paralyzed After Being Shot At Homecoming Party

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California Highway Patrol Pursuit/Shootout – GTA SA

December 24, 2011
California Highway Patrol Pursuit/Shootout – GTA SA

A white slicktop CHP unit is headed to a highway assault when the suspect vehicle passes by her. She quickly turns around and pursues the vehicle. CHP car (not made by me): www.megaupload.com

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