just like the two in the bus tunnel..long rap sheets.
Shocking!!! The cop-video "girls" aren't little angels
At the NAACP/Urban League press conference Tuesday, one African_American community leader after another told us how the two girls in the cop-punch video were such victims.
One was just a high school student who was trying to catch the bus... the other was simply an innocent jaywalker who was grabbed-up by a rogue cop.
I absolutely love how the racial ambulance chasers immediately hitch their wagon to the central figures in these stories - only to find out that they have attached themselves to little thugs. It happened in the Seattle Bus Tunnel story - and it's happening again now.
Here's what we now know about the two "kids" in the video - 19-year old Marilyn Ellen Levias and 17-year-old Angel Rosenthal:
Rosenthal was charged in November with second-degree robbery. According to prosecutors, she punched a 15-year-old boy in the face while she and a group of youths were on their way to a rave in South Seattle last Aug. 28. The boy told police that his cellphone and $20 were stolen in the incident. A 14-year-old boy told police that he was punched in the head and his hat was stolen.
Authorities say the case was dismissed when the boys refused to testify.
In April 2008, Rosenthal was charged with third-degree theft after she allegedly stole a minivan in Tukwila, prosecutors said. Kent police said she used a screwdriver to break the ignition and start the vehicle.
The charge was later amended to theft of a motor vehicle. Rosenthal was given a deferred disposition — charges would be dropped if she stayed out of trouble — because it was a first-time offense, said Ian Goodhew, deputy chief of staff for Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg.
Levias was charged in February 2009 with third-degree assault after she allegedly pushed a King County sheriff's deputy down.
According to charging documents, on Feb. 3, 2009, deputies were called to the Ruth Dykeman Children's Center, a Burien center for troubled girls, in response to a report that Levias was being abusive toward staff. When Levias was confronted by Deputy Amy Zarelli, she pushed the female deputy, causing her to fall, charging papers said.
Levias was given a deferred disposition because it was a first-time offense, Goodhew said.
I wonder if the NAACP, the Urban League and the various pastors feel any embarassment when they discover the girls they so adamently defended are actually a couple of little thugs who bring all their problems on themselves?
Nah... I think these community activists have long-ago lost the capability of feeling shame.
Audio: Rev Leslie Braxton on cop video
Dori debates Rev. Braxton for New Beginnings Christian Fellowship in Renton about the video showing a Seattle Police Officer punching a young woman.
ESPN: North Korea’s World Cup fans are paid Chinese actorsShare224posted at 7:20 pm on June 15, 2010 by Allahpundit
printer-friendly Via Sports Grid, a communist problem once again finds a capitalist solution. I’m actually surprised that the NorKs don’t have “professional fans” at home who are designated to travel with the team and cheer them on. Yeah, granted, defection is a risk, but that’s a risk with the squad itself and they manage it somehow. “If you run away, we’ll kill your family” should work as well on a fan as on a player, no?
Judging from the anti-soccer venom flowing on yesterday’s thread, cold hard cash seems to be the only way you’d get American conservatives to turn out for a game too. Two clips here, the first of the ESPN commentary showcasing some typically exciting play from today’s Brazil-NK match — it was a barnburner — and the other of these poor bastards “training” for the contest. Exit quotation from a North Korean soccer honcho: “North Korea will win the World Cup.”
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