(Ghana) Don’t know when this was taken but Hillary obviously was excited about something. If you have any idea what she was smiling about please let me know. (Ghana)
At seven years old I was bored as heck at church too, but don’t think I would have stole a car and went on high speed chase to prove it. By the way who taught this kid how to drive? Below is the full video and the shorter version for your enjoyment.
PLAIN CITY, Utah Police in Utah say a 7-year-old boy led officers on a car chase in an effort to avoid going to church.
Dispatchers received reports of a child driving recklessly on Sunday morning. Weber County Sheriff’s Capt. Klint Anderson says one witness said the boy drove through a stop sign.
Anderson says two deputies caught up with the boy and tried unsuccessfully to stop the Dodge Intrepid in an area about 45 miles north of Salt Lake City. The car reached 40 mph before the boy stopped in a driveway and ran inside a home.
Anderson says when the boy’s father later confronted him, the boy said he didn’t want to go to church. The boy is too young to prosecute and no citations were issued, although police did urge the father to make his car keys more inaccessible to children.
Here is the video of Sgt. Crowley, Prof. Gates, President Obama and Joe Biden in what the media is calling a ‘beer summit’.
Update: Here is the initial email that was sent to the Boston Globe and to members of the National Guard from Officer Barrett and he has since aplogized and as soon as I find the video I will post it also.
Okay where are the people who keep saying that this is such an exemplary police force and that it has nothing to do with race? The fact that the media has not pounced on the revelations that the officer lied in his report [about two black men seen breaking into a home] from the account the woman who called 911, is the most under reported aspect of this story.
via Huff Post
The fallout from the Henry Louis Gates Jr. arrest continues: the Boston Police Department has suspended an officer named Justin Barrett for using a racial slur in reference to the Harvard professor in an email, the AP reports:
After learning of the slur, Commissioner Edward Davis put 36-year-old Justin Barrett on administrative leave pending a termination hearing.
A person with knowledge of the case, speaking on condition of anonymity because the person is not authorized to speak publicly about it, said Barrett, a member of the National Guard, used the racial slur in messages to guardsmen and to The Boston Globe.
Weirder each day.