We’re hearing more about that shooting of two cops and a civilian in Las Vegas. Apparently the couple put a “Don’t Tread on Me” flag and a Nazi swastika on one of the police officers after they shot him. They also pinned a note on the other officer; CNN is reporting it said something to the effect of “this is the beginning of the revolution.” Authorities believe the couple saw law enforcement and the Nazis as being similar.
Donald Sterling had previously agreed to sell the LA Clippers; now he’s saying “never mind.” After those damning recordings were leaked where he sounds like a grumpy old racist, Sterling had agreed to sell the Clippers. Now, he’s refusing to sell and going ahead with a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA.
The truck driver who was responsible for the crash that injured Tracy Morgan and killed his friend has revealed that he’d been awake for over 24 hours before the accident.
The NCAA has agreed to pay current and former college athletes $20 million for using their likenesses in video games without permission. The players obviously wanted a cut of the profits since, you know, it’s their faces and stuff.
The Rangers lost to the Kings last night in the Stanley Cup finals. They now trail the series 3-0 in the best of 7 and risk getting swept.
And you have to check out this video: a man in Chile got on an elevator, and it suddenly shot up 31 floors to the roof in 15 seconds with the DOORS OPEN before crashing into the ceiling. It’s all on surveillance video and is super freaky. Jose Acevedo suffered head and leg injuries from the crash.
And the oldest man in the world has passed away. Dr. Alexander Imich, who lived in Manhattan, was 111 years old. He had a doctorate in zoology but his real passion investigating paranormal activity and he had a journal published on the subject when he was 92. Dr. Imich was born in 1903 in Poland, escaped Poland with his wife when the Nazis invaded, and survived a labor camp in Russia in 1951.
And two California teenagers managed to steal a credit card. How'd they get caught? They decided the best way to lay low was to rent a $240-thousand sports car and a $12-millon vacation home, according to police. Mohannad Halaweh and Nhimia Kahsay, both 19, were arrested on suspicion of possessing stolen property and creed card fraud.