New footage shows moment road rage ‘victim’ provoked her attacker

New video of the moments leading up to a violent road rage incident on the NSW Central Coast has shown the so-called victim, a woman who was punched in the jaw, provoking her attacker.

The footage can be shown for the first time after Bianca Sams, 22, entered a guilty plea at Wyong Local Court today.

Sams has paid more than $1350 in compensation after admitting to throwing nails and a chisel at Clint Pollard’s car during the altercation in July 2017.

Sams was a passenger in a ute driven by Taylor Bembridge on Rutley’s Road, Wyee Point when they came across Pollard’s vehicle.

When he slowed down to obey a change in speed limit, Bembridge’s vehicle closed in and she beeped the horn.

They overtook Pollard and began braking harshly.

The footage shows Sams hanging out of the passenger window in what police facts described as “Duke’s of Hazzard” style while laughing and throwing large metal objects at Pollard’s ute.

They were later identified as galvanised nails used in nail guns.

When the two vehicles reached the intersection of the Pacific Highway and Carters Road, Sams and Pollard got out and exchanged words before Pollard punched Sams in the jaw.

Once the two vehicles drove off again, Sams threw what is believed to be a heavy metal chisel which smashed off Pollard’s side mirror and damaged the driver’s door.

According to court documents, she made numerous comments on Facebook about the incident, saying “I was throwing nails at his car”, “I threw a chisel … and smashed his car window” and “he should have hit me harder”.

Sams made no comment outside court after she pleaded guilty to intentionally throwing an object at a vehicle, having part of her body outside a car window and two counts of destroying or damaging property.

The matter has been adjourned for sentencing on April 30.

Female P.E. teacher, 36, under investigation for ‘sleeping with multiple male students’

A P.E. teacher in Canton, Ohio is under investigation for having sex with multiple male students after she allegedly went to administrators when one of the victim’s parents started blackmailing her.

The McKinley Senior High School teacher has not been charged yet, so she has not been officially identified by authorities.

But local outlet the Canton Repository identified her as 36-year-old Tiffany Eichler, citing documents they received in a public records request.

School district employees confirmed the teacher had been put on unpaid leave on Friday. She has been ordered to stay away from campus and not to talk to students or their parents.

According to police records obtained by WOIO, police started investigating Eichler when she went to school administrators, saying one of the victim’s parents had started blackmailing her for money to keep quiet.

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Teachers Rape Teen Student, Then Try to Abort Her Unborn Baby

Authorities in India are investigating an audio recording of two men who allegedly raped a student and planned to force her to abort her unborn baby.

The Times of India reports a whistleblower who worked with the men, allegedly teachers at a secondary government school in Tehsil Raikot, alerted authorities about the alleged rape this week.

The informant alerted local police, Secretary of Education Punjab Krishan Kumar and others authorities after obtaining an audio recording of the men allegedly planning to force the girl to abort her unborn baby, according to the report.

In the audio recording, which the newspaper also obtained a copy of, the two men talked about how they could abort the female student’s unborn baby. According to the report, they discussed making her fall in such a way as to kill her unborn baby during school and then rushing her to the hospital in a feign of interest for her welfare.

The whistleblower identified the two men as teachers who he used to work with at the Tehsil Raikot school.

“I was posted in that school and got transferred about eight months ago. A few days back I received the audio clip in which I recognized the in-charge principal of school talking to another teacher about the case. I was shocked,” the whistleblower said.

He said he does not know if the men succeeded in forcing the girl to abort her unborn baby.

“As soon as I got to know about it, I raised the issue with authorities concerned. If these teachers are not punished they can target another girl too,” he said.

Authorities said they are investigating.

Late last year, authorities investigated a similar case when a student in India allegedly was raped by a teacher and school director and then forced to abort her unborn baby. Police said the school employees allegedly told the 18-year-old girl’s parents that she had to stay late for extra classes, and then sexually abused her.

Police said they arrested school director Jagdish Yadav and teacher Jagat Singh Gurjar and charged them with rape and procuring an abortion without the woman’s consent. The abortionist Rajnish Sharma and his wife, Kanan, of Shahpura, also were arrested for allegedly performing the abortion illegally and destroying evidence.

Sexual abuse is rampant in India, with 20,000 cases of sexual assaults reported in 2015, according to government data reported by AFP.

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Some girls as young as 10 have been raped and then pressured to abort their unborn babies. In some cases, the young girls’ lives also were put at risk when their parents requested that they have late-term abortions past the country’s 20-week abortion limit.

In September, the Indian Supreme Court gave a 13-year-old girl permission to abort her unborn baby at 32 weeks; however, the girl gave birth to a live baby. The baby boy died two days later.

In May 2017, the high court also granted permission for a 10-year-old rape victim to have a late-term abortion when she was about 20 weeks pregnant. In that case, the girl’s stepfather allegedly raped her.

Forced and coerced abortions are a problem in the United States, as well as India. Often in cases of sexual abuse and sex trafficking, victims are forced to abort their unborn babies by their abusers.

As LifeNews previously reported, one study found that as many as 64 percent of post-abortive women say they felt pressured to have an abortion.

Smash a glass into a stranger’s head in totally unprovoked attack and avoid jail in the UK. Guess the gender

A furious estate agent smashed a wine glass into an innocent man’s head when he spurned her in a crowded bar.

Sarah Brown, 27, flew into rage when the man turned his back on her – and twice thrust her glass into her victim in the ‘vicious and unprovoked’ attack.

A court heard ‘hard-working and successful’ Brown was downing wine after work when she spotted the man, 20, standing at the bar.

Brown pulled on his jumper to attract his attention – and he initially turned round to face her in the bar.

But when he turned back to talk to a friend he felt a ‘blow’ to the back of his head at the Rock and Fountain pub in Skewen, near Neath, South Wales.

Prosecutor Ashanti-Jade Walton said the man had been hit twice in the ‘unprovoked attack’ and felt liquid trickling down his back.

She said he was left with a ‘V-shaped wound’ to the side of his head before being taken to hospital where medics inserted six stitches.

In a victim impact statement the man said he had been left ‘feeling like I am always looking over my shoulder’.


The court heard the man did not know Brown before the attack.

He said he was having difficult sleeping and kept replaying the incident over and over in his head.

But ‘hard-working and successful’ estate agent Brown was spared jail after admitting to anger management and alcohol problems.

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Cate Blanchett reveals she got a ‘penis facial’ with Sandra Bullock at a high end salon in New York while filming Oceans 8

Cate Blanchett has caused a stir revealing she got a so-called ‘penis facial’ with Sandra Bullock in New York City.

The 48-year-old actress was promoting her new movie Oceans 8 when she told Vogue Australia about the unusually-named treatment.

‘Sandy [Sandra] Bullock and I saw this facialist in New York, Georgia Louise, and she gives what we call the penis facial,’ she said.

‘It’s something— I don’t know what it is, or whether it’s just cause it smells a bit like sperm—there’s some enzyme in it so Sandy refers to it as the penis facial.’

Speaking to Daily Mail Online, Georgia Louise explained ‘penis facial’ has become the ‘street name’ in Hollywood for the procedure because it uses stem cells from the foreskin of Korean baby boys


This stem cell is then harvested and infused into the skin using a special microneedling technique to stimulate collagen production.

‘It’s a tremendous treatment but the “street name” for it is hilarious,’ Georgia, who has treated stars including Emma Stone, Katy Perry, and Alexander Wang at her salon Georgia Louise Atelier, said.

She added: ‘Poor Cate, I don’t know how she’s going to cope with all the reaction. I’ve heard some people say “oh, she’s got c** on her face!” That’s obviously not the case but yes… ridiculous.’


The stem cells are collected from the foreskin during circumcision, largely from Korea since it is home to many stem cell banks, including the largest cord blood bank in the world.

They are then harvested using a centrifuge and exported to the salons, where a facialist uses a microneedling technique to pump the stem cells into the skin.

Young blood and stem cells have become a darling of skin care and medicine in recent years.

Studies show the youth of the cells activate aging cells, giving them a new lease of life to make more collagen, which makes the skin plump and smooths out wrinkles

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Man arrested and accused of sexually assaulting his 7 year old autistic son based on evidence provided by a ‘psychic vision’.

magine police coming to your home with a warrant for your arrest. The charges are that you sexually assaulted a family member. You are completely innocent and everyone is shocked at the accusation, which seemed to come out of nowhere. Then, it turns out that the accusations were based on a psychic’s vision.

Eventually the charges are dropped, but not until after your family is shattered and your life disrupted by spending over a month in jail.

This may seem like an absurd scenario, but it has happened many times, most recently to Jose Cordero, who was accused of molesting his 7 year-old autistic son. The “psychic vision”, however, is something equally pseudoscientific – facilitated communication.

This technique was developed in the late 1980s and was popular through the early 1990s. It consists basically of supporting the hand of a client who has impaired communication, helping them to type out or point to letters in order to communicate. The premise is that there are some people who have more of an ability to communicate than is apparent because of physical limitations. By helping them get over their motor deficits, untapped communication potential is revealed.

This was never a very plausible premise. It is mainly wishful thinking. For most communication-impaired individuals, especially children in the special-needs community, the problem is not purely motor. They have intellectual limitations. Holding their hand is not going to suddenly make them literate.

Still, the technique took the community by storm, unfortunately getting way ahead of any scientific validation. Red flags were immediately apparent, however. Children who were apparently severely intellectually limited were suddenly writing poems. They not only had mysteriously acquired the ability to read and write, they were advanced beyond their age. Some children had the impossible ability to touch type without even looking at the keyboard.

It also did not take long before children were accusing their parents or caregivers (never their facilitator, however) of abusing them.

When the research was finally done it was convincingly demonstrated that the facilitators were doing all the communication. They were not just supporting the arm of their clients, they were directing them to the letters. This was probably mostly subconscious, a form of the ideomotor effect (subtle subconscious movements based on expectation). Essentially the facilitators were “dowsing” the letter boards.

Reviews were published, official statements were made, and facilitated communication became a cautionary tale about adopting new techniques before they are scientifically validated. But that is unfortunately not the end of the story.

Liberals have 20:1 edge in student fee funding at UW-Madison

The University of Wisconsin, Madison raked in close to $50 million in mandatory student fees in back-to-back fiscal years, according to an in-depth Campus Reform analysis.

Students shelled out $48,304,995.37 in mandatory fees in fiscal year 2017, and are set to pay $50,009,977.94 in fiscal year 2018, a 3.53 percent increase.


Of the roughly $1.5 million that is allocated toward student organizations with a discernible political leaning, Campus Reform found that left-leaning organizations receive 95 percent, compared to just 4.5 percent for right-leaning groups.

This means that each student pays an estimated $7.60 towards leftist causes each fiscal year, and just $0.36 towards conservative groups, with another $3.08 going to diversity-themed organizations.

Women who killed husbands ‘rarely gave a warning,’ and most weren’t abused, study finds

Conventional wisdom suggests that women usually kill their spouses in self defence or as a final, desperate reaction to chronic battery, the burning-bed syndrome that is sometimes cited as a defence in murder trials. A new Canadian study, however, suggests that barely a quarter of husband-killers are victims of domestic abuse, less than half suffer from any identified psychological problem, and fewer still have had trouble with police.

The majority of the slayings – perpetrated by knife, gun and strangulation — appear generally unheralded, suggests the analysis of 20 years of Quebec homicide files.

“Women rarely gave a warning before killing their mates,” concluded the study, co-authored by Dr. Dominique Bourget, a forensic psychiatrist at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. “In the vast majority of cases of women who killed their mates, there were very few indicators that might have signalled the risk and helped predict the violent, lethal behaviour.”

Women who end their partners’ lives have been an under-examined group, the researchers note, given they represent a minority of the total partner homicides. Almost 80% of the 738 spousal killings in Canada between 2000 and 2009 were committed by men, who the study said are also responsible almost exclusively for bloody massacres where children, as well as the partner, are murdered in one act.

Working in conjunction with the Quebec coroners’ office, the Royal Ottawa researchers pored over the files of the 276 spousal homicides in the province between 1991 and 2010, 42 of which, or 15%, were carried out by the female partner. The information included the coroner’s report, police records and autopsy results and medical charts.


Although 35% of the male victims had a history of at least one act of past violence, the researchers say they found evidence that just 26% of the women had been physically abused by their partners. That differs markedly from the findings of a 1989 American study that indicated almost all women who committed spousal homicides did so in an environment of domestic violence — and a Canadian paper from the same period that attributed the motives for most such killings to self defence, notes the study, just published in the journal Behavioural Sciences and the Law.

To Don Dutton, a UBC psychology professor who has examined domestic violence for decades, the results of the new study are no surprise, despite what he called an erroneous understanding of “intimate-partner” assault that continues to prevail in society.

“We’ve got a stereoptye about domestic violence … that the oppressor or perpetrator is the male and when female violence happens, it’s a reaction against male violence,” he said. “The stereotype is so strong, that when you look at the actual data, you’re shocked.”

Prof. Dutton, author of the book Rethinking Domestic Violence, suggested that such assumptions evolved from the feminist view that family violence was a socio-political act of “patriarchal men suppressing women.” He argues instead that personality disorders in both male and female offenders better explain family violence than do social norms.

Prof. Dutton, not involved in the Quebec research, cited a number of studies in the United States that concluded the most common type of domestic violence was not abuse of women by men, but “bilateral” violence where both spouses hurt each other with similar severity.

The Quebec review also found that just over one in five of the women had documented psychiatric conditions such as major depression or schizophrenia, though a similar number suffered from acute intoxication at the time of the homicide, the research indicates.

Only three of the women were known to have had contact with the police or the justice system previously because of violent behaviour and there was evidence of just two having seen a psychologist or psychiatrist for depression or psychosis.

About 14% of the women tried suicide or succeeded in killing themselves, compared to 45% of the male murders.

About half the female spouses used a knife to do in their partner, 35% committed the deed with a gun, while two women strangled the man and one used a blunt instrument.

A larger percentage of the male killers than women strangled, bludgeoned or beat their spouses to death, as opposed to using a knife or gun.


Women who killed husbands ‘rarely gave a warning,’ and most weren’t abused, study finds

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged with $700m fraud. This is the feminist icon who claimed any criticism of her was misogyny.


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the founder of a US start-up that promised to revolutionise blood testing has agreed to settle charges that she raised over $700m (£500m) fraudulently.

The Securities and Exchange Commission, a top US financial regulator, saidElizabeth Holmes and Theranos deceived investors about the firm’s technology.

The agency also said the firm had falsely claimed its products had been used by the US army in Afghanistan.

Ms Holmes will lose control of the firm and be fined $500,000.

An SEC official called the fallout an “important lesson for Silicon Valley”.

“Innovators who seek to revolutionise and disrupt an industry must tell investors the truth about what their technology can do today – not just what they hope it might do someday,” said Jina Choi, director of the SEC’s San Francisco regional office.

Theranos was founded in 2003 when Ms Holmes was only 19, and sought to develop an innovative blood testing device.

The firm said its Edison device could test for conditions such as cancer and cholesterol with only a few drops of blood from a finger-prick, rather than taking vials from a vein.

In 2015 Forbes magazine estimated Ms Holmes’ wealth at $4.5bn

However, in the same year reports in the Wall Street Journal suggested the devices were flawed and inaccurate.

By 2016 Forbes had revised its estimates of Ms Holmes’ fortune to “nothing”.


The charges were brought against Theranos and its former president Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani as well as Ms Holmes.

The SEC plans to bring a case against Mr Balwani.

The regulator alleged that Theranos, Ms Holmes and Mr Balwani made a series of false and misleading statements in investor presentations, product demonstrations and interviews.

It said: “Theranos, Holmes, and Balwani claimed that Theranos’ products were deployed by the US Department of Defence on the battlefield in Afghanistan and on medevac helicopters and that the company would generate more than $100m in revenue in 2014.

“In truth, Theranos’ technology was never deployed by the US Department of Defence and generated a little more than $100,000 in revenue from operations in 2014…

“In truth, according to the SEC’s complaint, Theranos’ proprietary analyser could complete only a small number of tests, and the company conducted the vast majority of patient tests on modified and industry-standard commercial analysers manufactured by others.”