Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Jackson family drama: Janet and Paris fight, is Katherine drugged, kidnapped? New guardian for kids

The Jackson family drama is in overdrive and on July 25, 2012, a judge determined that Katherine Jackson would lose temporary guardianship over Michael Jackson's children: Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, aka Prince, Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson and Prince Michael Jackson II, aka Blanket.

Here are video reports updating the case.







Live video coverage of Anaheim protests with police July 25, 2012

Late Tuesday night to early Wed. morning, protesters expressed their outrage towards the Anaheim police after two back-to-back shootings has left a community feeling they are victimized by a corrupt police department. Journalist Tim Pool has been caught in the cross fire as he films the melee firsthand. His press pass proved useless as he ran from shots down a dark alley, waved his pass in the air, and was continually fired upon by cops.






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Video: Tim Pool footage of Anaheim Protests live

Tim Pool is on the scene filming the Anaheim protests and the clash with police live! This footage is from July 24, 2012, three days after the shooting of unarmed Manuel Angel Diaz.






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Videos: Anaheim police shooting of unarmed Manuel Angel Diaz

Warning! These videos are graphic and may be disturbing to some viewers.

A YouTube video showing the events of July 21, 2012 has spread like wildfire online and has caused many to deem the Anaheim Police Department corrupt. The case is drawing huge attention on Twitter for several reasons. This case involves a "documented gang member" Manuel Angel Diaz, however, he was unarmed at the time he was shot and killed by Anaheim police.

The shooting has caused mass protests over the weekend with more police firings and a K9 dog being leashed on a crowd. Police shot and killed a second man on Sunday during the protests.







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