Apparently you can throw a bottle of urine out your dorm window at a woman and shoot her in the buttocks with a BB gun


It’s been six days since an NSU student heard from university investigators.

It’s days from when she says she was shot with a BB gun and hit with a bottle of urine.

NewsChannel 3 spent the afternoon calling the university to ask why an alert wasn’t sent out to the campus.

670px-Shoot-a-BB-Gun-Step-1Now the student, who wants to remain anonymous, has finally heard back from campus police.

“I expected for there to be some type of lockdown. I expected for them to at least notify via email or text some type of alert on campus that that was going on. That somebody was being shot at,” the student says.

She tells NewsChannel 3 an investigator said the magnitude of the incident did not warrant a lockdown nor an alert.

They say this warranted just a “health and welfare” check despite the fact that a BB gun is listed as a weapon on the zero tolerance policy.

“There’s a weapon on campus. So definitely I wanted there to be a lockdown so the person or persons could be caught and that weapon taken off my campus.

She says all campus police did was search the all-male freshman dorm Babbotte Smith.

For nearly a week, she didn’t hear a word from the university.

“I feel like I was let down by campus police. Just because of the fact I felt there was no urgency there was no lockdown no notification. It was disappointing and revealing,” the student says.

The school released the following statement:

“The BB gun case remains under investigation. A report of the incident was taken, however, it was not included in the daily log. This was an error on our part, and lessons learned from this experience are that we must ensure that all staff are aware of the Clery Act reporting requirements as well as our responsibility to provide timely communication to the university community in emergency situations.  Key personnel will begin meeting tomorrow to review our emergency policies and procedures.  Norfolk State University is committed to creating a safe and inviting atmosphere for all students, faculty, staff and guests.”

Zakir Naik, who said Muslims can have sex with female slaves, gets Saudi Arabia’s highest honour


king-faisal2-story_650_030315031039Zakir Naik, a renowned Indian Islamic scholar and an authority on comparative religion, has received one of Saudi Arabia’s most prestigious prizes from the country’s new King Salman for his service to Islam.

He is the same man who had earlier said that ‘Quran allows Muslims to have sex with female slaves’.

Naik has been frequently at odds with the West for his views on terrorism.

In 2010, Britain had banned Naik from entering the country, citing his “unacceptable behaviour”.

Naik had reportedly said Muslims should beware of people saying Osama bin Laden was right or wrong, adding: “If you ask my view, if given the truth, if he is fighting the enemies of Islam, I am for him.”

In a story published in Mail Online, he was qouted as saying, ” ‘There are many verses in the Quran which say you can have sex with your wife and with whatever your right hand possesses.”

“Right hand possesses,” he went on. “Which means your slaves.”

King Salman presented the King Faisal International Prize (KFIP) 2015 in five categories on Sunday at a glittering awards ceremony in Riyadh.

The KFIP recognises the outstanding works of individuals and institutions in five categories — Service to Islam, Islamic Studies, Arabic Language and Literature, Medicine and Science.

Each prize consists of a handwritten Arabic certificate on the laureate’s achievements, a commemorative 24-carat 200-gramme gold medal and a cheque of USD 200,000.

“Islam is the only religion that can bring peace to the whole of humanity,” Naik said in a video biography aired at the ceremony.

Mumbai-born Naik, 49, is the president of the Islamic Research Foundation in India and one of the world’s most renowned non-Arabic speaking Islamic scholars.

He was awarded the KFIP for his services to Islam for a lifetime’s teaching about Islam, his work on comparative religion and for founding the Peace Channel, a comparative religion TV channel.

Jordan Nelson Accused Of Locking Young Children Inside Dog Cage In Basemen


Jordan-McKayPolice have accused 23-year-old Jordan Nelson of locking four young children in a dog cage in the basement of their home, and feeding one of the kids dog food.

Court documents say the children, ages 5 to 9, were being held under “terrorizing conditions.”

More specifically, Nelson, who is in a relationship with the children’s biological mother, would punish the children by placing them in the dog cage in the basement and turning off the light.

Nelson is also accused of making one of the kids eat dog food, which made him throw up. When police interviewed the children, one of them drew a picture of himself in the kennel with the words “help me.”

Police did not note if the child wanted help because they were in a kennel or because they were in North Dakota.

Nelson was arrested and has been charged with four counts of felony abuse and neglect of a child and felonious restraint. She’s since been released on bond and ordered to stay away from the children.

Jillian Jacobson Hanged Herself In Her Classroom, Body Found By Students


Jillian-JacobsonSome students at El Dorado High School got a nasty surprise Monday morning when they found their teacher, 31-year-old Jillian Jacobson, hanging around in her classroom. Literally.

Jacobson was a popular photography instructor who had taught at the school for the last eight years. When some of her students tried to get inside her classroom they found the door was locked.

This was not normal for that time of day, so the students found another teacher who unlocked the door. That’s when they found Jacobson hanging from the ceiling. The teacher removed Jacobson and 911 was called.

“Paramedics performed life saving measures, however after several minutes the victim was declared deceased at the scene,” a Placentia Yorba Linda Unified School District spokesman said in a statement. “The initial investigation indicates the cause of death to be suicide.”

Placentia police Lt. Eric Point said investigators have not located a suicide note. Several students said that Jacobson’s father had also committed suicide and that Jacobson had constantly advised her students against taking their own life.

For anyone having thoughts of suicide, you can call the 24 Hour Suicide Prevention Line at 877-7-CRISIS (877-727-4747), but if this story is any indication — It. Never. Gets. Any. Better. Good luck!

‘Bullied over my big boobs': Woman teased at school beats playground tormentors by becoming model


A make-up artist who was forced to wear baggy clothes after being teased at school for having big breasts has beaten the bullies to become a sexy underwear model.

PAY-Danielle-Fearon (2)Danielle Fearon, 24, was picked on by cruel classmates when she started developing earlier than other girls as a shy teenager.

She was so ashamed of her 32DD figure she covered up by wearing frumpy unflattering clothes after bullies accused her of stuffing tissues down her bra.

They also spread rumours around her school about her using chicken fillets when she started wearing E and F cups in her later teens.

But Danielle has since conquered her body image issues to grow in confidence and recently posed in just her underwear for a fuller figure lingerie firm.

And she has now beaten thousands of other women from around the world to be chosen as a finalist for Curvy Kate’s annual ‘Star in a Bra’ competition.

PAY-Danielle-FearonDanielle, who now boasts a 30GG bust, said: “It started off at school with kids just being kids and came from jealous girls.

“There were lots of jokes around school about me and if we were in a food technology class and the teacher said chicken fillets then people would look at me and snigger.

“I even heard a rumour that one girl had threatened to bring a pin to a party to pop the water bra that I was apparently wearing.

“Some of it was said to my face but most were just jokes going around the school which was hard to deal with at 13.

“I was quite a modest girl so I ended up wearing frumpy clothes because I didn’t want to show my cleavage off and get attention,” she contunued.

“It was either cover up and look really frumpy or wear what everyone else was wearing and look like I was trying to show off even though I wasn’t.

“It was quite hard in terms of confidence because I didn’t feel I could wear something as simple as a vest or normal clothes other girls my age were wearing.

PAY-Danielle-Fearon (2)“As I got older I got more body confidence by realising things you think are important when you’re younger aren’t anymore.

“I have always worn Curvy Kate and I just thought I would enter a few days before the closing date as a last minute thing.

“When I found out I was in the final I screamed a little bit – I’m still in shock now.”

Pint-sized Danielle, who is just 5ft 1ins tall, grew up in north-west London but now lives with her parents in Toddington, Bedfordshire.

She decided to enter the competition after finding an inspirational note left behind by her granddad Victor Galdes who passed away from cancer in September last year.

Danielle added: “The past year has been particularly difficult because I lost my granddad due to cancer.

“He was really inspirational and was a real character and if there was ever anything I wanted to do, he would say ‘go for it’.

“After he passed away we found a note in his holiday home in Malta he had written when he realised how seriously ill he was.

“It says ‘Whatever happens in life always remember to smile’ and that is what I decided to do.”

Student high on miaow miaow stabbed his mother 11 times and then cut off his own penis with a pair of scissors


A student high on miaow miaow stabbed his mother 11 times before cutting off his own penis at an ‘exceptional’ attack in their home.

263F923B00000578-2976173-image-m-4_1425324571009Charles Mann launched the frenzied attack on his mother, Emma, in December 2013 after bingeing on the party drug and copious amounts of alcohol.

After stabbing his mother repeatedly the 21-year-old turned the knife on himself to cut off his genitalia and was heard shouting: ‘I love you but this is the prophecy’ near their home in Haywards Heath, West Sussex.

He was jailed for 16 months today after admitting Grievous Bodily Harm.

As her son entered the dock at Hove Crown Court, Ms Mann was seen mouthing ‘I love you’ in his direction.

She required surgery for multiple punctures to one of her lungs and was wounded on her arms, head and neck following the attack.

The court heard how she made a frantic 999 call at 6.20am on December 29, telling operators: ‘My son’s just attacked me and stabbed me and he’s going mental downstairs with the knives.’

263F8EB000000578-2976173-Emma_Mann_was_stabbed_11_times-a-40_1425328647009Ms Mann was woken when her son returned home and began ‘trashing’ his room. The court heard how he followed her into the kitchen where he stabbed her 11 times.

The 21-year-old, who received treatment at a psychiatric facility before being transferred to Lewes Prison, was so high during the attack he was ‘not responding to pain’.

‘He was not reacting to pain and was described as manic and deranged,’ said prosecuting counsel Amy Packham.

When police arrived at the family home, he is said to have told officers: “I have stabbed her multiple times, I have killed her.

“I have stabbed my mum and I need to be punished for what I have done.”

‘He said he had taken miaow miaow, loads of lines of it, and a lot of alcohol. He appeared manic and deranged at the time.

He was said to have described himself as a ‘paedophile’ to police officers and begged: ‘I do not want to live.

‘Take me to the light, I can see the vampires.’

After pleading guilty to Grievous Bodily Harm at an earlier hearing the 21-year-old was jailed for 16 month, reduced to eight.

He will only serve another four weeks owing to the time already spent in custody.

Sentencing, judge David Rennie described the family’s case as ‘wholly exceptional’. Earlier Ms Mann spoke at the difficulty of seeing her son’s fate ‘already sealed’.

‘This case has a number of features which make it if not unique wholly exceptional. The lack of total awareness and capacity to form intent was the direct result of drug induced psychosis,’ said Judge Rennie.

‘I further recognise that in your psychotic state you inflicted life altering injuries on yourself and have taken this cocktail of drugs before without any particular side effects.

‘Your mother is an extraordinary human being who has conducted herself with enormous dignity, and I thank her very much indeed.’

David Etherington QC, representing Mann, said the defendant had become involved in taking drugs after completing his GCSEs and had spent time in The Priory trying to overcome his problem but had relapsed.

He told the court: ‘His parents even sent him to work on a kibbutz in Israel but the problems would come when he came home and fell in with the same crowd.’

He told the court Mann had had hallucinations on occasions after taking drugs but ‘had never had a reaction which caused him to be violent to another human being, particularly his mother who he loves very much and who he never had any conscious desire to hurt’.

Mr Etherington said Mann had relied on evidence of the attack because he had ‘virtually no coherent memory of what happened’.

He continued: ‘Looking back, in a mind that was very troubled at the time, he can only really rationalise it as being a suicide attempt by him in the grip of a delusion in which his mother somehow got involved.’

The court heard that although Mann had been ‘extremely mentally unwell at the time of the offence due to a drug induced psychosis” he had now recovered but remained “fragile and vulnerable.’

Arthur Benoit Accused Of Beating Disabled Dad With Mounted Antlers


Police have arrested 26-year-old Arthur Benoit III after they say he got so angry at his disabled father that he beat him with mounted antlers and threatened to kill him with a pen.

Arthur-BenoitAccording to court records, Benoit admitted that he became enraged when his father, Andrew Benoit Jr., refused to get out of bed one morning earlier this month.

Benoit threw a tantrum that included breaking his father’s wheelchair and cellphone, as well as beating his father in the legs and head with mounted antlers.

At one point during his tirade, Benoit also grabbed a pen and threatened to kill his old man with it while he mimicked stabbing him.

Benoit was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats, simple assault, harassment and criminal mischief. He remains in custody at the Washington County jail after failing to post a $10,000 bond.