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WHOA! If You See A Child With This Odd Mark On Them, Call Police IMMEDIATELY!

Almost 100 dead so far



What in the world is going on with youth today? First Tide Pods, now this?

Over 82 people in the US and 1400 in the world between the ages of six and nineteen have now been confirmed to have died from the new “game” that’s in style. “The Choking Game.”

So you might ask what the choking game is? It’s pretty much what it says, you choke yourself until you lose consciousness in a bid to get a sense of euphoria. When you finally allow yourself to breathe or trying to get high through temporary asphyxiation, so basically it’s a type of very cheap, and legal, high. It’s often also referred to as the ‘Pass-Out Challenge, ‘Flatliner’, or ‘Space Monkey’, and sadly, you only need to take yourself to YouTube to find thousands of videos showing people actually playing this ridiculous and deadly game.

Via Time:

“Hundreds of families have endured that same nightmare. In the U.S. alone, 82 children between the ages of 6 and 19 died after playing the Choking Game between 1995 and 2007, the most recent year with data available, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most of them were boys between the ages of 11 and 16, according to a 2008 CDC report citing news stories and families’ own accounts. The federal government has not studied the issue since then, but there’s no sign the deaths have slowed. More than 1,400 children and teens died from accidental hanging and strangulation from 2000 to 2015, according to the CDC. That’s similar to the number of children and teens who died in accidental shootings — about 1,900 — in the same time period. And advocates fear the problem may be worsening.

The Choking Game’s instructions were once spread through word of mouth and carried out in pairs or groups, with one child squeezing air out of another but stopping just short of the danger point. Now, with millions of how-to videos on asphyxiation only a finger’s tap away, kids are more likely to play the so-called game alone, choking themselves in their bedroom with their own belts and shoelaces, advocates say. Without the safeguard of a fellow player, what was intended as a momentary high can easily turn fatal. “It’s gotten more extreme,” Rogg says.

A quick YouTube search turns up more than 36 million results for “how to play pass out game” and more than half a million more for “how to play choking game,” which include everything from news reports to homemade tutorials. In one video, titled “Choking game,” a young boy struggles to choke himself with his bare hands but ends up wheezing instead of passing out. “I want to do it so bad, but I can’t just do it,” the boy says in the video, which was viewed more than 2,000 times from when it was posted in November 2015 until YouTube took it down two years later.

As the number of victims has mounted, a group of grieving parents, mostly mothers, have mobilized to spread an urgent message to technology companies, the country’s policymakers and schools, but they often feel like no one is listening. The federal government no longer studies Choking Game deaths, so there is no recent national data on the problem (the CDC declined to say why the deaths are not tracked). Many coroners are not trained to identify it, so the deaths can often be misclassified as suicides, according to several coroners across the country. Many schools are reluctant to raise awareness about the dangers of the Choking Game, fearing the lesson could backfire, teaching students how to play the game instead. Companies like YouTube and Facebook have begun to take action against disturbing videos, which show the Choking Game being played with belts or ropes, but advocates argue the video giants aren’t responding quickly enough.

The Choking Game’s origins are murky, but anecdotal evidence suggests children have been playing versions of it since at least the 1930s. (Some experts say it’s been around as long as kids have been curious.) It’s been known by different names —“Pass-Out Challenge,” “Flatliner,” “Space Monkey” — but the goal has remained the same: get high through temporary asphyxiation. While some may draw a connection between the Choking Game and autoerotic asphyxiation, a sexual act involving the deprivation of oxygen to stimulate arousal, experts believe that in the case of these children, it’s more about seeking a sense of euphoria.

The game is based on the idea that, if stopped soon enough, it leaves no lasting damage, but that’s often not the case. Brain cells begin dying within minutes of blood and oxygen deprivation, and if the carotid arteries in the neck are compressed by a rope or a belt, it can lead to irreversible brain damage after five minutes, says Dr. Katherine Thomas, who chairs the department of neurology at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City. “If you’re going to do it repeatedly, and you reach the point of having actual permanent cell death, then that could be addictive,” she says.

Add in the fact that a child’s brain is still developing, and experts say preteens and teens are uniquely susceptible to the lure of the Choking Game. “The ability to think about and anticipate the future consequences and act is something that develops gradually,” says Temple University psychology professor Laurence Steinberg. “An 11-year-old, first of all, doesn’t realize what could happen. And even if he could realize what could happen, he’s probably not imagining it could happen to him.”

Perhaps the scariest part of all this is that a review of studies on choking behavior found that 7.4 percent of young people had engaged in this behavior up to the age of 20 in the US. Boys are more likely to die from the choking game, but the behavior is a danger to both boys and girls. Youths who participate in the choking game are more likely to participate in other risk-taking behavior as well.

Are you kidding? What is wrong with the youth these days? How hard can it be for them to actually understand the fact that trying to suffocate yourself isn’t wise? And not something to play or experiment with? Just last month these geniuses were getting ill and dying from eating Tide Pod detergent and now this? I have never understood why we needed warnings on plastic bags, now I get it.

Will we need to create a middle school course to teach kids what is and isn’t dangerous? You would think this would be common sense, wouldn’t you?


Public School IMMEDIATELY Suspends Student After Seeing His Private Family Photo

Can they do this????



Schools across the nation are on high alert after the shooting the shooting in Parkland Florida last month that claimed the lives of 14 students and 3 teachers. The families of those who were injured or even killed in this devastating attack have been on the news in the weeks since that attack, and many have called for stricter gun control measures.

Students across the nation even arranged a school walk out in honor of those who lost their lives. While most of the students and schools who participated pushed the idea that they believed fewer guns would equal less gun violence, some students don’t agree. Republican lawmakers, along with the Trump Administration have been looking for another answer.

One of the answers that have been proposed is to arm willing teachers and let them be equipped to protect our students, instead of having to die to keep shooters out of the room. However, the schools themselves don’t all love that idea. On top of cracking down on potential weapons entering schools, they’ve also begun monitoring kid’s social media activity.

According to BizPac Review, one New Jersey school has punished two students for posting to their social media account an image that showed them at a gun range with their families:

“A New Jersey high school is facing backlash from supporters of the Second Amendment.

Lacey Township High School was criticized after two students were allegedly suspended last week over a Snapchat photo that showed them with their families at a gun range, reports. The incident has prompted a potential lawsuit from a Second Amendment group opposed to the district’s gun policy.

Amanda Buron, a family friend of one of the students, told the picture in question was of four rifles, a gun duffel bag, and ammunition clips, with the caption “fun day at the range.”

A screen capture of the photo eventually made its way to administrators at the school, allegedly resulting in the students receiving a five-day in-school suspension.

Lacey schools Superintendent Craig Wigley said in a statement that “information posted on social media is incorrect,” but did not say what information specifically was incorrect.

Wigley declined to comment on a private matter involving students and added, ‘We are not at will to contradict public opinion on the internet.’

The incident drew public attention to a school district rule that says students may be suspended if ‘reported to be in possession of a weapon of any type for any reason or purpose on or off school grounds.’

The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs stepped in, sending the district a cease and desist letter threatening a lawsuit unless the rule is removed and the students’ suspension is overturned.

‘The policy is clearly wrong and violates the Second Amendment,’ ANJRPC executive director Scott Bach argued. ‘We hope that they’re reasonable people and they will fix it. If they don’t, we’re prepared to take legal action.’

The pro-Second Amendment organization maintained they will proceed with a suit over the policy even if the suspension allegations prove to be untrue.

‘Schools do not have the authority to chill the rights of their students off of school grounds, and this blatant infringement of constitutional rights will not be tolerated,’ Bach said. ‘I don’t care if no students were disciplined. The policy has got to go.’

Ed Cardinal, whose son also attends the Lacey Township High School, told that faculty ordered his son to remove a sticker of a gun that was on the teenager’s pickup truck.

‘He was kind of heated about it and so was I,’ he recalled. Cardinal said he and his son complied with the demand under threat of disciplinary action.

The school and district were the object of widespread condemnation on social media.”

Many of the parents and even total outsiders have expressed their outrage for the school’s actions. According to many Americans, this is the school system run amok. While it’s just good sense to make sure that any student who says on a public forum that they plan to hurt someone, it’s a different matter entirely to punish them for spending the day learning about the responsible way to exercise their Second Amendment rights:

“Since when does a school district have the right to control this student’s restriction of freedom of speech outside of school during a family outing? The last time I looked we are living in a Republic, not under communist rule. These are actions of a Police State.”

“Sue the school immediately. They don’t control social media or what children do outside of school.”

“Those parents should do everything [sic] they can to make sure that school does not get away with this. This is a dangerous path.”

It’s admirable that a school would want to go above and beyond to protect students if that’s indeed what they were doing. However, if they were looking to enforce whatever the school board’s version of what they think the law should be, they have some explaining to do.

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Trey Gowdy Sick Of The Lies – Just Revealed What REALLY Got McCabe Fired

The investigation that will no doubt follow McCabe for quite some time



With the turn over of the Obama administration to Trump officials, a lot of rocks were turned over, and interesting information came to light. Much of that information implicated the former members of not just the Justice Department, but others in Washington as well. Since the Justice Department itself seems to be steeped in the proverbial “swamp” that President Trump has promised time and again to drain, Congress has found it necessary to step in.

Congressional probes on many of the corruption issues have been underway for months, and the deeper they dig, the more compelling the case against Obama era officials becomes. Not only did the Russia collusion story end up to be unsubstantiated, many of the Clinton campaign employees ended up being caught with their hand in the political cookie jar.

One deeply concerned Democratic supporter who’s staring down the barrel of prison time for his actions while in office is FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. McCabe has been under scrutiny for some time, especially with his boss, James Comey, being removed from the FBI. McCabe was eventually fired, just days ago, and according to the Independent Journal Review,  South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy assures America that McCabe wasn’t ratted out by adversaries of the FBI, but rather his own co-workers:

‘In the aftermath of Attorney General Jeff Sessions firing FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe late Friday evening, many Democrats have come out against the move. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) — a Republican — however, said McCabe’s firing was recommended by his own agency.

Gowdy further poked holes in McCabe’s statement that he released shortly after being fired:

‘That’s right. If you look at his statement, he was really upset that he was being blamed for ending something and the interesting part of his statement, which I hadn’t heard a lot of people talk about, is he was really blaming [Department of Justice]. The Department of Justice is who shut down the investigation. But you know what, Chris? We don’t live in a relativistic world. […] And you don’t get to decide when to tell the truth and when not to. I’m going to withhold judgment until Horowitz’s report comes out.’

‘Two weeks ago the president was criticizing and all of sudden now McCabe criticizing,’ Gowdy continued. ‘So he’s probably doing his job because now everyone is criticizing him. Let’s see what he found. Let’s wait and see what the lack of candor was. And then we could judge the fact pattern and the proportionality of the penalty, of his losing his pension. We can judge all that once we understand exactly what he’s alleged to have done.’

‘Make no mistake, the FBI is who recommended that he be fired. It wasn’t crazy House Republicans and it wasn’t the Trump Administration. It was his own fellow bureau agents,’ he added.’

While it’s easy for outsiders to point fingers and lay blame, the people who saw the events surround the 2016 election and campaigns that preceded it, are the ones who truly know who acted with integrity and who didn’t. The investigation that will no doubt follow McCabe for quite some time, is just beginning but is gaining traction.

McCabe will be facing a tough battle, and he doesn’t appear to be staying quiet about the issues at hand. The defense of his actions came just after he was fired by Attorney General Sessions on Friday.

Watch Gowdy speak with Chris Wallace of Fox News.

Read McCabe’s very blunt statement below:

‘I have been an FBI Special Agent for over 21 years. I spent half of that time investigating Russian Organized Crime as a street agent and Supervisor in New York City. I have spent the second half of my career focusing on national security issues and protecting this country from terrorism. I served in some of the most challenging, demanding investigative and leadership roles in the FBI. And I was privileged to serve as Deputy Director during a particularly tough time.

For the last year and a half, my family and I have been the targets of an unrelenting assault on our reputation and my service to this country. Articles too numerous to count have leveled every sort of false, defamatory and degrading allegation against us. The president’s tweets have amplified and exacerbated it all. He called for my firing. He called for me to be stripped of my pension after more than 20 years of service. And all along we have said nothing, never wanting to distract from the mission of the FBI by addressing the lies told and repeated about it.

No more.

The investigation by the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) has to be understood in the context of the attacks on my credibility. The investigation flows from my attempt to explain the FBI’s involvement and my supervision of investigations involving Hillary Clinton. I was being portrayed in the media over and over as a political partisan, accused of closing down investigations under political pressure. The FBI was portrayed as caving under that pressure, and making decisions for political rather than law enforcement purposes. Nothing was further from the truth. In fact, this entire investigation stems from my efforts, fully authorized under FBI rules, to set the record straight on behalf of the Bureau and to make it clear that we were continuing an investigation that people in DOJ opposed.

The OIG investigation has focused on information I chose to share with a reporter through my public affairs officer and a legal counselor. As Deputy Director, I was one of only a few people who had the authority to do that. It was not a secret, it took place over several days, and others, including the Director, were aware of the interaction with the reporter. It was the same type of exchange with the media that the Deputy Director oversees several times per week. In fact it was the same type of work that I continued to do under Director Wray, at his request. The investigation subsequently focused on who I talked to, when I talked to them, and so forth. During these inquiries, I answered questions truthfully and as accurately as I could amidst the chaos that surrounded me. And when I thought my answers were misunderstood, I contacted investigators to correct them.

But looking at that in isolation completely misses the big picture. The big picture is a tale of what can happen when law enforcement is politicized, public servants are attacked, and people who are supposed to cherish and protect our institutions become instruments for damaging those institutions and people.

Here is the reality: I am being singled out and treated this way because of the role I played, the actions I took, and the events I witnessed in the aftermath of the firing of James Comey. The release of this report was accelerated only after my testimony to the House Intelligence Committee revealed that I would corroborate former Director Comey’s accounts of his discussions with the President. The OIG’s focus on me and this report became a part of an unprecedented effort by the Administration, driven by the President himself, to remove me from my position, destroy my reputation, and possibly strip me of a pension that I worked 21 years to earn. The accelerated release of the report, and the punitive actions taken in response, make sense only when viewed through this lens. Thursday’s comments from the White House are just the latest example of this.

This attack on my credibility is one part of a larger effort not just to slander me personally, but to taint the FBI, law enforcement, and intelligence professionals more generally. It is part of this Administration’s ongoing war on the FBI and the efforts of the Special Counsel investigation, which continue to this day. Their persistence in this campaign only highlights the importance of the Special Counsel’s work.

I have always prided myself on serving my country with distinction and integrity, and I have always encouraged those around me to do the same. Just ask them. To have my career end in this way, and to be accused of lacking candor when at worst I was distracted in the misty fo chaotic events, is incredibly disappointing and unfair. But it will not erase the important work I was prevailed to be a part of, the results of which will, in the end, be revealed for the country to see.

I have unfailing faith in the men and women of the FBI and I am confident that their efforts to seek justice will not be deterred.’

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BREAKING: 13 Victims After Car PLOWS Into Packed NIGHTCLUB – Cops Know Who Did It!




We are now getting reports that at least 13 people have been injured after a man drove a car into a popular nightclub in Great Britain.

Reports are confirming that the 21-year-old driver of a Suzuki Vitara drove his vehicle into the establishment after he was asked to leave the club on Queen Street after taking part in some kind of altercation. He has now been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

The driver himself sustained minor injuries and was arrested, but also taken to the hospital along with what the was police confirmed was a total of seven people taken to the hospital. Four of those with minor injuries and three with serious but not life-threatening injuries.

Witnesses later said the 4×4 was driven into a tented area which was at the time full of people. Which caused a scene of pure panic and chaos. Footage posted on social media appeared to show a car inside a tented area with people being led to safety by police.

In a statement, the nightclub owner praised the heroic actions of their door security and guests that helped to apprehend the individual before further harm was caused. Adding that the bouncers had risked their lives for the safety of everyone in the venue and according to the police ensured the incident did not become fatal.

BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Reece Parkinson later posted a video from inside the club on Twitter. He said in the video: “My god I nearly died. A guy who didn’t get in drove through the club.” Kent Police said a 21-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of attempted murder, adding: “He is believed to have been asked to leave the club earlier in the evening following an altercation.” Detective Chief Inspector David Chewter of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate said: “It is a miracle that nobody was killed.”

The name of the suspect has yet to be released.

Here is more information on cars used as weapons via

‘On July 14, 2016, Tunisian-born Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel drove a 19-ton truck into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day at Nice’s Promenade des Anglais, killing 86 people and wounding more than 430 others. ISIS claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack two days later, calling Lahouaiej-Bouhlel a “soldier of the Islamic State.” The attack in Nice, though not the first of its kind, was the deadliest modern vehicular terrorist attack* in Europe, launching a wave of terrorist and ISIS-claimed vehicular attacks around the world. Since the Nice attacks, CEP has documented major vehicular incidents in Vienna,* Ohio,* Berlin,* London,* Antwerp,* Stockholm,* Paris,* Barcelona,* Edmonton,* and most recently in New York on October 31, 2017.*

In that attack, Uzbek immigrant Sayfullo Saipov drove a rented Home Depot truck onto a bicycle path along New York City’s West Side Highway for approximately 20 blocks. Police shot and arrested the driver after he drove into a school bus. At least eight people were killed and at least 12 are wounded. Police find handwritten notes near the truck attributing the attack to ISIS, and Saipov is reportedly linked to social media accounts that posted ISIS-related material.*

The Nice attack set off a wave of vehicular terrorist attacks in autumn of that year, which collectively left 12 people dead and 67 others wounded. In September 2016, an assailant drove his car at shoppers in Vienna’s Favoriten district while shouting “Allahu Akbar,” leaving no injuries.* In November 2016, Somali-born Abdul Razak Ali Artan carried out a car and knife attack at Ohio State University, wounding 11 people.* In December 2016, Tunisian-born Anis Amri charged at pedestrians attending the Christmas Market in Berlin, killing 12 people and wounding 56 others in an attack claimed by ISIS. Footage released by the ISIS-affiliated Amaq news agency showed Amri pledging allegiance to the group’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, vowing “we will slaughter” the “crusaders who are shelling the Muslims every day.”*

CEP has documented at least 36 vehicular terrorist attacks since 2006, collectively resulting in the deaths of at least 196 people and the injury of at least 1,050 others.

Vehicular attacks continued into 2017, leaving at least 32 people dead and more than 240 wounded. On March 22, 2017, terrorist assailant Khalid Masood killed five people and wounded 50 more during a vehicle and stabbing attack in London.* The following day, a similar attack was thwarted in Antwerp, Belgium.* On April 7, another assailant carried out a suspected terrorist attack, this time in Sweden, hijacking a truck and careening into crowds of pedestrians at the Ahlens Mall in Stockholm, killing four people and wounding 15 more.*

On the evening of June 3, 2017, three assailants drove a van at high speed into crowds on the London Bridge and exited the vehicle to stab other pedestrians at the nearby Borough Market.* The attack, claimed by ISIS, left at least seven people dead and 48 others wounded, and followed a call by ISIS on May 17 to carry out terrorist attacks in the United States, United Kingdom and European Union using knives and trucks.* On June 19, 2017, an assailant drove at a crowd of worshipers near a mosque in north London, leaving at least eight people wounded.* Later that day, an armed assailant rammed his vehicle at a police car on the Champs-Elysees street in Paris, seriously injuring himself but leaving no other casualties.*

On August 17, 2017, a van was deliberately driven into a crowd of tourists in Las Ramblas, a tree-lined street in the center of Barcelona. The attack, claimed by ISIS, left 16 people dead and 120 others wounded.* On September 30, 2017, an assailant launched two vehicular terror attacks in Edmonton, Canada, collectively injuring five people. In the first attack, the assailant used a car to ram into a police officer before exiting the car and stabbing him. The assailant later used a truck to ram into pedestrians, injuring another four people. An ISIS flag was later found in the suspect’s vehicle.*

Despite the recent uptick in ISIS-claimed attacks, vehicular attacks are not a new phenomenon. Terrorists have carried out car-ramming attacks for more than a decade, in locations ranging from North Carolina* to Jerusalem,* Tel Aviv,* Quebec,* Dijon,*Nantes,* the West Bank,* Graz,* and Xinjiang,* The recent uptick in vehicular attacks, however, appears to have been in large part inspired by ISIS’s explicit calls to employ cars as weapons. In May 2017, the U.S. Transportation and Security Agency (TSA) issued a warning to truck and bus companies urging companies to watch out for potential vehicular terrorist assailants and listing more than a dozen car-ramming attacks since 2014 that have collectively killed more than 170 people.* As the TSA wrote in its memo, terrorists groups will likely continue to encourage “unsophisticated tactics such as vehicle-ramming” since these types of attacks are difficult to prevent and “could inflict mass casualties if successful.

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