An account that appears to be associated with an Arizona State University student organization shared a video of a man on the Tempe campus screaming, "Slash Republican throats."
Police at Arizona State University said on Wednesday night that they are investigating a video involving threats, hours after a video went viral on Twitter that appears to show a man on ASU's Tempe campus yelling, "Slash Republican throats!"
"We are aware of a video circulating on social media where an individual appears to be making threats. We are working with the University to address the matter," the department posted at 8:33 p.m.
Just before 5:30 p.m., a Twitter account named "Students for Trump at ASU" posted a video of a man who appears to be on ASU's Tempe campus screaming, "Slash his throat!" and "Slash Republican throats, slash fascist throats!"
The account posted that the interaction happened on Wednesday while students from the group were interacting with the public at a table outside. The Senate on Wednesday acquitted President Donald Trump of two articles of impeachment over his dealings with Ukraine.
Witnesses testified Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, in the double murder trial of Jeremy Christian at the Multnomah County Courthouse in Portland, Oregon. Jeremy Christian is accused of stabbing Taliesin Namkai-Meche and Ricky Best to death on a MAX train and seriously injuring Micah Fletcher on May 26, 2017.
Also Monday in the fifth day of Christian’s trial, prosecutors played 37 minutes of video of Christian ranting while in custody during a medical check-up and his ride to the Multnomah County Detention Center in the back of a police cruiser.
Christian shouted “Just stabbed a bunch of (expletives) in the neck”; “Tell me what the (expletive) to do in my country ... you get stabbed in the neck" and “That’s right, this is a hate crime. ... Hope they all die."
This video shows excerpts from the full recording.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR, New Jersey (WPVI) -- Police seized a trio of dogs Monday afternoon after surveillance video shows them going on a rampage through a Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey neighborhood.
The video shows a man swiping a pipe at the three large dogs, trying to defend himself as they continue to come towards him.
Police say the dogs were on the run in the Mystic Islands section of the township for about an hour Monday afternoon before they were finally caught, but not before police say they bit at least six people, including John Kita, who was working in his driveway when it happened.
This is a moment from Monday night when a caucus-goer from the city of Cresco in Howard County learns Mayor Pete is, in fact, married to a man after she'd already cast her ballot for him. She asks if she can take her vote back. LOL, low information voters.
Several dozen Donald Trump supporters rallied in front of the Women’s Building on 18th Street Saturday night — causing a tense and bizarre scene to unfold in the heart of one of San Francisco’s most progressive neighborhoods.
“I want everyone to know that we are going to come out as a fierce, ferocious force in 2020 and re-elect Donald Trump!” screamed Scott Presler, an organizer with #WalkAway, a group aimed at steering the LGBTQ community toward Trumpism and the Republican Party.
At some point, a woman with a shaved head started screaming like a mad banshee at the crowd. The woman seemed genuinely terrified at the sight of all the MAGA hats in that neighborhood. This could possibly be the result of living in a bubble where a different opinion is shut out.
With the number of coronavirus cases growing, more Asians and Asian Americans are reporting instances of hate and discrimination, including one woman who was reportedly called a “diseased b*tch” at a subway station in New York City.
An NYC cosplayer, known on Facebook as Wei Song, caught the incident on camera. She wrote that a woman was sitting on a stairwell while donning a face mask in Chinatown at Manhattan’s Grand Street station when a male passerby approached her and called her a “diseased b*tch.”
When the woman told him to go away, the man proceeded to hit her on the head before fleeing.
He's saying he won money on a scratchcard and they refused to pay him because he's white, then says he's won £500 but shops only cashout winnings of like £10, £20 or £100. He then says they've stabbed him and calls them a Pakis.
While parent Adrian Iraola was in the middle of sharing a story about racism his children endured while attending Saline Area Schools, he was interrupted by another parent in the crowd, who asked: "Why didn't you stay in Mexico?" The district hosted the community conversation on diversity, equity and inclusion on Feb. 3 at Liberty School.