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  1. https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/insane-dashcam-footage/?utm_source=email&utm_medium=20180817_FridayDigest_187&utm_campaign=/blog/insane-dashcam-footage/ INSANE Dashcam Footage Shows Roadside Shootout between Police, Suspect by JORDAN MICHAELS on AUGUST 13, 2018 Related Tags: Buzz, Dashcam, News, Police, Shootout Newly-released dashcam footage from a traffic stop in Pennsylvania shows just how quickly a routine arrest can turn deadly. The video depicts two Pennsylvania State Troopers, Ryan Seiple and Seth Kelly, attempting to arrest 22-year-old Daniel K. Clary. The incident took place last year on November 7, 2017, and Clary was convicted in June of attempted murder of two police officers. “The troopers were in a knock-down, drag-out fight along the side of the road with vehicles speeding by them, and it got very, very violent,” State Police Captain Richard D’Ambrosio told Fox29 after viewing the video of the altercation. The video above begins after Seiple had already cited Clary for speeding, according to The Morning Call. Seiple began to suspect that Clary had been driving under the influence, and he asked the suspect to step out of the vehicle after Kelly arrived on the scene. Clary begins to resist when Seiple and Kelly try to place him under arrest, and the subsequent fight lasts one minute and six seconds as cars speed past along Pennsylvania’s busy Route 33. Seiple and Kelly both try to subdue Clary with Tasers and blows to the head, but the man continues to struggle. Seiple used his Taser on Clary twice and punched him five times, according to The Morning Call. Kelly tasered Clary five times, threw nine punches and kneed him once. Clary tries to grab the officers’ weapons throughout the course of the fight, and he eventually breaks free, runs to his car, and grabs a revolver. He fires six rounds, hitting Kelly in the neck, shoulder, and leg, according to Capt. D’Ambrosio. Seiple continues firing at Clary’s car, but the suspect soon drives away. In total, Kelly fired 21 rounds and Seiple fired 20, according to The Morning Call. SEE ALSO: WATCH: Suspects, Police Exchange Over 60 Rounds in Insane Shootout Authorities said Kelly likely saved his own life by applying a tourniquet to his severed femoral artery. He remained in the hospital 25 days, 12 of which in a medically induced coma, according to LehighValley.com. He arrived at the hospital clinically dead, but medical personnel were able to revive him. Clary drove himself to the hospital and was treated for multiple injuries, including a bullet lodged in his head. He was convicted of multiple felonies and faces decades in prison. Northampton County First Deputy District Attorney Terence Houck told The Morning Call he waited to release the dashcam footage until getting permission from Seiple and Kelly. “Our concerns have always been the victims, the state troopers in this matter, protecting them,” Houck told the newspaper. “But after speaking with them, they wanted it released, as did I.”
  2. How about just the farm and you can keep the eggs and the $150.00. I don't like eggs.
  3. https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/08/07/viral-video-shows-wheelchair-bound-boy-stand-for-national-anthem-at-tennessee-fair Viral video shows wheelchair-bound boy stand for national anthem at Tennessee fair 9 hours A viral video is making the rounds, featuring a young boy who is wheelchair-bound standing for the national anthem at a Tennessee fair. (Image source: Facebook video screenshot) Follow Sarah TaylorSTAFF WRITER POLITICAL VIEW CHRISTIAN LIBERTARIAN VALUES FAITH, FAMILY HERO JOHN THE BAPTIST Article GoalINFORM SHARE TWEET Facebook user Leah Norris caught the moment a patriotic young boy — who is apparently wheelchair-bound — stood for the playing of the national anthem at a Tennessee fair, according to WZTV-TV. What are the details? Norris said she attended a demolition derby Sunday night at the Putnam County Fair when she caught the heartwarming moment on video. During performer Jenny Leigh’s rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” a young boy — who wore braces on his legs — struggled to get out of his wheelchair. Norris did not fail to notice the young boy and his dedication to standing for the playing of the national anthem. In the video, the young boy — who WZTV identified as 10-year-old Avery Price — can be seen standing in the video, leaning on who the outlet identified as his father, as well as his wheelchair, in order to remain upright for the anthem. According to the station, Avery suffers from HSP — a condition similar to cerebral palsy — which makes it difficult for him to use his legs. Norris shared the video on Sunday, and captioned it, “One of the most touching things I’ve ever seen tonight! This young man was struggling to stand for the anthem as he had braces on both legs with his Dad patting his back in support of helping him. You may or may not agree and that’s your choice. But this goes to show that If he can stand for his country, so can you. I’m not sure who this boy or his family is, or if it’ll ever reach them again. But his parents are raising a fine young man.” At the time of this writing, the video has received over 55,000 views. Does the young boy realize the impact he made? Norris said that the young boy doesn’t realize the impact he made in standing for the national anthem, despite his infirmity. “He doesn’t understand the impact he made,” Norris said, according to the news outlet. “It’s not a protest of anything it’s more of our soldiers and our men and women in uniform are fighting for our rights to do what we want and Avery done what he wanted, and he stood up for what he believed and he stood up for his country.” WZTV spoke with Avery’s father, Stephen, who expressed pride in his son. ” … [V]ery proud to see him do that,” Stephen said. “That makes me feel really good, especially for the stuff he’s been through and that he still wanted to do that, that’s amazing to me.” Stephen added, “He’s a very patriotic kid. The braces he had beforehand were the American flags. He’s always been that way.” Avery told the station, “I usually sit and put my hand on my heart, but last night I decided to stand … because I like to stand for my country.” According to the station, Avery just started walking after a successful procedure at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
  4. And crossed the 7,000 view threshold. May not have sold, but sure brought a lot of views to the forum. Maybe helped sell someone else's firearm !
  5. https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/08/05/watch-viral-video-shows-president-trump-stop-his-motorcade-to-personally-thank-firefighters TV Channels Radio SIGN UP LOGIN WATCH: Viral video shows President Trump stop his motorcade to personally thank firefighters Aug 5, 2018 1:12 pm A viral video shows President Donald Trump stopping to personally thank firefighters. (Image source: YouTube screenshot) Follow Chris EnloeWEEKEND EDITOR Article GoalINFORM SHARE TWEET A video showing President Donald Trump stopping his presidential motorcade to thank firefighters is going viral. What happened? The video shows the presidential motorcade pulling into an airport. That’s when Trump’s presidential limousine, known as “The Beast” or “Cadillac One,” suddenly stops. Two Secret Service agents are seen walking to the car. Special: This new investment course could be life changing The person capturing the footage, presumably a first responder, is heard saying, “No he’s not…this is great!” That’s when Trump steps out of his presidential car, waves and claps his hands and begins walking toward the firefighters. The president then shakes the hand of each firefighter who was there, telling them “thank you” as he made his way down the line of first responders. Trump then poses for several photographs with the firefighters. Trump even gives his signature “thumbs up” for the pictures. “That’s awesome!” the man holding the camera is heard saying. According to ViralHog, the impromptu stop happened on May 23 as Trump was departing Bethpage, New York, following a forum on illegal immigration: Despite the touching moment, it appears no mainstream media outlet reported on the moment when it happened. Video of the incident just went viral this weekend, garnering hundreds of thousands of views. Watch the moment below:

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