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VIDEO: Father strongly tosses 1-year-old son throughout fight with sweetheart

(KCAL via CNN)
(KCAL via CNN). (Meredith)– A troubling video reveals a daddy swinging his 1-year-old boy like a baseball bat and tossing the kid to the ground throughout an argument with his girlfriend.

Cops apprehended 27-year-old Techhoak Danny Lim on suspicion of child endangerment with terrific bodily damage following the incident at a home in Riverside, California on Thursday, July 5.

Next-door neighbor Christy Ogden caught footage of the argument on a security cam outside her home, CBS Los Angeles reported. She later posted it to Facebook. In the video, the male appears to utilize the young boy as a weapon to strike his existing girlfriend, who is not the child’s mother. At one point, Lim is also seen swinging the kid around his head prior to dropping him.

” It was terrible to see,” Ogden informed the station.

The worried neighbor said she did not witness the altercation and only understood what took place after examining the security video.

After authorities caught up with Lim, he apparently admitted to the crime.

” He did confess and stated he would most likely be going to jail for exactly what he did,” stated Riverside authorities Investigator Jerilynn Czobakowski.

The investigator stated the kid suffered cuts, contusions and bleeding to an ear, according to the < a href=" https://www.pe.com/2018/07/10/video-of-alleged-child-abuse-leads-to-arrest-of-riverside-father/" target=” _ blank “> Press-Enterprise. He is now in the custody of his biological mom.

Lim was freed after posting $50,000 bail the day after his arrest.

Info from KCAL through CNN contributed to this story.

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‘Michael Jackson ONE’ tosses a free celebration and performance for the King of Pop’s birthday


The”Thriller”sequence is a preferred minute from “Michael Jackson ONE.”


Judge tosses DJ'' s match against Taylor Swift in searching trial

Friday, Aug. 11, 2017|9:12 p.m.

DENVER– A judge on Friday tossed out a previous radio host’s case versus Taylor Swift in a trial that delved into their dueling claims over whether he searched her during a backstage meet-and-greet and whether she and her team ruined his career.

U.S. District Judge William Martinez figured out that the pop star might not be held accountable since David Mueller cannot prove that she personally set out to have him fired after the 2013 photo op in Denver. His similar claims against Swift’s mom and her radio intermediary will go to jurors for a verdict.

Mueller rejects groping Swift and took legal action against the vocalist, her mother, Andrea Swift, and their radio handler, Frank Bell, seeking up to $3 million as compensation for his destroyed career.

The singer-songwriter said in her countersuit that she desired a symbolic $1 and the opportunity to defend other women. The jury will still consider her claim.

Swift teared up as the judge read his decision and said there was no proof of her actions being insincere. Later, her team smiled and accepted. Mueller’s side didn’t speak.

“I could not be more proud to represent someone like Taylor Swift who’s willing to step up in a scenario like this,” attorney Douglas Baldridge said outside court.

The judge’s choice followed days of testament from the vocalist and others and just before jurors were set to hear closing arguments.

Swift invested an hour on the witness stand Thursday defiantly stating what she called a “despicable and scary and shocking” encounter before a show.

“He remained attached to my bare ass-cheek as I lurched far from him,” Swift testified.

“It was a certain grab. A very long grab,” she added in her testimony.

Swift’s testy exchange with Mueller’s attorney occasionally generated laughes– even from the six-woman, two-man jury. She got a laugh when she stated her security guard saw Mueller “lift my skirt” but someone would have had to have actually been underneath her to see the actual groping– “and we didn’t have anybody positioned there.”

Swift testified that after the picture was taken, she attempted to get as far Mueller as she could. She stated she informed him and his girlfriend, who was also in the photo, “thank you for coming” in a monotone voice prior to they left.

She also said she was stunned and did not state anything to Mueller or stop the event after he left due to the fact that she did not wish to disappoint several lots people waiting in line for images with her.

In the image, revealed to jurors during opening declarations however not publicly released, Mueller’s hand lags Swift, simply below her waist. Mueller’s then-girlfriend, Shannon Melcher, is on the opposite of Swift. All 3 are smiling.

Melcher testified Friday that she saw absolutely nothing occur throughout the brief encounter which she and Mueller were rudely confronted and escorted out of the arena that evening. Melcher stated Mueller was devastated by the allegation.

She stated she and Mueller started as colleagues at nation station KYGO-FM and ended up being romantically involved in February 2013, a couple of months prior to the show. They wandered apart late in 2013, but Melcher states they stayed good friends.

Empire of the Sun tosses a mini-chella inside the Chelsea


Erik Kabik Empire of the Sun performs at the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan on April

. While Woman Gaga admirably filled in for the pregnant BeyoncĂ© as headliner at the 2nd day of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Celebration in Indio, California, the Las Vegas Strip had its own variation of the fest Saturday night– and it was even a little Gaga-ish.

Australian electronic outfit Empire of the Sun amped up a pleased crowd at the Chelsea inside the Cosmopolitan, a day after the band played the real Coachella. Festival acts have been benefiting from their distance to Vegas and booking Strip gigs for many years now, and Empire’s colorful show was simply one such runoff program; Toots & & the Maytals played Brooklyn Bowl that very same night, and Tove Lo, Phantogram, Kehlani and others play here this week.

The Chelsea may be the right location for a festival-suited act like Empire of the Sun, which features several layers of configured sound atop live drums and guitars, rather psychedelic video images on a cinema behind the band and 4 strange costumed dancers enhancing positive, anthemic tunes like “Strolling on a Dream” (made well-known in the States by a Honda commercial) and “We Are individuals.” Cosmo’s biggest location has lots of dance-floor area framed by rows and seats along with the upstairs gallery, all of which used a range of ways to experience the performance. The surprisingly diverse crowd appreciated their options.

Overall, the performance was a large enhancement on Empire’s last Vegas program, a loud outdoor set at the Life Is Lovely Celebration in September. At the Chelsea, when the band strayed from its hits and dipped much deeper into its collection of spacey, robotic synth-funk, energy likewise dipped. But then those dancers from another planet would return and the crowd would get crazy and bounce along to the beat. Frontman Luke Steel closed the main set with a legit onstage guitar smash prior to returning for a thunderous repetition efficiency of “Alive.” It might not have been as huge as Coachella, but it was big enough for the Cosmo.

Blast at Washington aerospace plant tosses machinery, harms 5


Eli Francovich/The Spokesman-Review/ AP

An explosion Tuesday night triggered part of the roofing at Zodiac Aerospace in Newport, Wash., to collapse. The explosion fell big pieces of machinery, raising a whole floor off its structure and seriously hurting at least 5 individuals, authorities stated Wednesday, July 15, 2015.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015|2 p.m.

SPOKANE, Wash.– A surge rocked an aerospace plant in northeast Washington, falling big pieces of equipment, lifting a whole floor off its structure and injuring 5 people, authorities said Wednesday.

The large power of the blast Tuesday night and the shrapnel it developed caused the majority of the damage, and little to no fire ignited at Zodiac Aerospace in the village of Newport, said Brian Schaeffer, assistant chief of the Spokane Fire Department who responded to the scene.

“The energy from that explosion went through that building nearly like a tidal bore and damaged or impacted everything in its path,” he stated.

Schaeffer stated the blast peeled open huge metal roll-up doors and led several places to collapse in the huge industrial structure in the town 50 miles north of Spokane, along the Idaho border.

Thirty individuals were inside the plant, however the majority of left with assistance from emergency situation systems that worked appropriately, consisting of a sprinkler system, Schaeffer stated. Five individuals were hurt, whether from the pressure of the blast or penetrating injuries from shrapnel, he said.

Two victims were required to a Spokane medical facility, where one remained in crucial condition and another in stable condition, Pend Oreille County Undersheriff Grant Sirevog said. Three others were treated and launched from a health center in town.

The blast stemmed from vapors launched throughout the manufacturing of chemicals used to make fire-resistant parts for airplane interiors, stated Schaeffer, who responded with a hazardous-materials group.

It appeared a machine making use of chemicals to treat fiberglass cloth was to blame, Sirevog stated.

But Zodiac Aerospace, a French company that makes aircraft components all over the world, stated in a press release that the cause of the explosion is unknowned and will be investigated by the company and government firms.

Zodiac stated it sent out a counseling group to the plant to provide support for staff members.

“Our very first ideas go to our 5 associates who have been hurt,” the business said.

Authorities had actually been concerned about thousands of gallons of infected water from the plant reaching a nearby river after water lines ruptured and the lawn sprinkler activated and after that broke, Schaeffer stated.

However regulators responded and discovered no contamination outside the plant, state Department of Ecology spokesperson Brooke Beeler stated. No clean-up was needed, she said.

Volunteer firefighter Chris Demlow, 52, stated he heard the explosion and faced his yard, about 5 blocks from the facility.

“There was just this big black mushroom cloud of smoke,” Demlow stated.

Inside the plant, “the ceiling has actually come down and all (the sprinkler lines) that were bent and damaged were putting water onto the floor,” he stated. “It was just real loud, all the alarms were going off.”

Schaeffer stated the plant is among the largest companies in the town of 2,000 homeowners, situated in the depressed northeastern corner of Washington.

“It’s very devastating to that location,” he stated.

Associated Press writers Courtney Bonnell and Alina Hartounian in Phoenix contributed to this report.