‘Jeremiah Malfroid was wanted for allegedly downloading and distributing child pornography. The 33-year-old surrendered Monday to local authorities in Oroville, Calif.
‘On Dec. 9, a post appeared on Facebook with information detailing his alleged crime and his fugitive status, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
‘By Dec. 15, the post, which included information generated through ICE’s Operation Predator App, had been shared nearly 200,000 times on social media…’
This idiot allegedly promoted the killing of white cops
Nordstrom fires Portland worker over Facebook post
‘Nordstrom has fired a Portland employee after the sales associate apparently posted a controversial statement using his personal Facebook page advocating the killing of police officers.
‘”What our former employee chose to post from his personal account does not in any way reflect our views as a company,” said Tara Darrow, a Nordstrom corporate affairs spokeswoman. “We do not tolerate violence, violent conversation or threats of any kind.”
‘Nordstrom sales associate Aaron Hodges has since taken down his Facebook and Twitter accounts, but a screen shot of his comment has been circulating online. In response to recent police shootings, Hodges suggested on Facebook:
‘”Instead of slamming the police, I prefer a Kenny Fort approach. Every time an unarmed black man is killed, you kill a decorated white officer, on his door step in front of his family.”…’
Tanning Beds Send Thousands to ER
Another 3,234 reasons to avoid tanning beds
‘Everyone knows, or should know, by now that tanning beds expose users to a lot of ultraviolet radiation, which can cause cancer. But according to a new study released Monday, indoor tanning also is responsible for an average of 3,234 injuries that result in visits to hospital emergency rooms each year.
‘That’s nearly nine skin burns, fainting spells, eye injuries, lacerations, strains, sprains, bruises or dislocations every day that could have been avoided, since, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the practice also increases the risk of skin cancers, including melanoma. The CDC recommends against the use of tanning beds.
‘Gery P. Guy, a health economist who conducted the study for the CDC, said the true number of injuries is certainly greater…’