BURLINGTON, Vt. - A Vermont man who lost his job for participating in the weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., is unapologetic about his views that people should be separated base on race. Ryan Roy, 28, of Burlington, Vt., is recorded in a Vice News documentary carrying a torch during a demonstration protesting the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. The camera focuses on Roy as he yells the white supremacist group's chant: "Whose streets? Our streets." After the report, numerous online users identified Roy as a participant in the rally. Until Tuesday, when he was fired for participating in the Charlottesville rally, Roy worked as a cook at Uno Pizzeria
A former middle school gym teacher was arrested Monday for a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Monday. Shawnetta D. Reece, 40, of Blairsville, was sexually involved with the student in 2013, the agency said in a news release. Reece was arrested after the Union County Sheriff’s Office received information on the alleged relationship, and asked the GBI to assist with the investigation. “The student was moving from the 8th grade into the 9th grade during this time,” the news release stated. “As a result of the investigation, Reece has been arrested for child molestation and sexual assault by persons with supervisory or disciplinary authority.”
At the age of 28 Hope Hicks is set to become President Donald Trump’s new White House Communications Director. Hicks will replace Anthony Scaramucci as head of the Trump administration’s communications team, according to the Daily Caller, citing a White House insider. The job is a promotion from her role as White House director of strategic communications.
It’s no secret that President Donald Trump and Fox News have a close relationship.
Connecticut officials are investigating a restaurant where authorities say the wife of longtime ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman had lunch before she died in a car crash. A state Department of Consumer Protection spokeswoman said Tuesday that the state Liquor Control Commission's investigation into the Good News Cafe in Woodbury opened after the agency received information regarding the serving of alcohol to 67-year-old Katherine Berman. The Cheshire woman was killed May 9 when her vehicle hit the rear of a driver's SUV and both veered off the road in Woodbury. The other driver, 87-year-old Edward Bertulis, was also killed. Officials say Berman died from blunt force trauma and drowning. The death
Fox News host Tucker Carlson is afraid that if "fanatics on the left" get their way and Confederate statues are removed from public places, it will set off a chain of events leading to the First Amendment going by the wayside and Thomas Jefferson being wiped from the history books. "Watch out, Abraham Lincoln," he intoned. "You're next." In an attempt to back up President Trump's assertion that "both sides" were to blame for the violence at Saturday's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Carlson launched into a rant against liberal mobs who are tearing down with impunity statues of Confederate soldiers, asking his audience which statues will go next. "It's not a joke," he said. "Suddenly,
Call it the curious incident of the dog in the courtroom. TV magistrate Judith Sheindlin presided over a canine ownership dispute in a recent episode of Judge Judy, and her no-nonsense solution is going viral. In a video recap of the episode, a woman claims to have legally purchased the dog in question, while the opposing litigant maintains that the animal is his. To get to the bottom of the mystery, Sheindlin orders the diminutive dog be carried into the courtroom and then turns it loose. “Put the dog down,” she commands. As soon as the dog hits the ground, it scampers over to the male litigant and bounces up and down in excitement. “He does that to everybody,” the woman protests, but Sheindlin