A Boston woman says she found herself being accosted by an angry white man simply because she parked her motorcycle on the street where he lived.
In a video posted on her Facebook page, Boston resident NeNe Judge’Mayo can be seen getting screamed at by a white man after she parked her motorcycle in what he described as “his neighborhood” of Dorchester — despite the fact that Judge’Mayo lives in Dorchester as well.
“Do you live here?” the man yelled at Judge’Mayo, who replied affirmatively that she did.
This, however, only seemed to enrage the man further and he insinuated that he would get shot due to her presence on his street.
“I’m not getting shot in my neighborhood!” he yelled. “This is my f*cking neighborhood! It’s my f*cking neighborhood! You’re bringing this f*cking sh*t into my neighborhood? No! No!”
Eventually, a police officer comes and asks the man to move away from the area.
“I don’t care where she lives,” the officer tells the man.
“This is my neighborhood!” the man pleads to the officer. “Now you’re taking it out on me? You’re taking it out on me?”
Watch the video below.
‘Odd Radio Circles’ perplex astronomers studying the newly discovered phenomenon
Astronomers believe they have discovered a new, bizarre type of cosmic object that is invisible to all wavelengths of light except radio.
The strange circular objects in question have been unofficially dubbed "Odd Radio Circles" (ORCs); three of them were discovered in a recent data accumulated during a preliminary survey by the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder, a radio telescope array in Western Australia. A fourth Odd Radio Circle was discovered when researchers sifted through old data from 2013.
Bill Barr quietly pulls off a shake-up in a federal prosecutor’s office — but why?
Attorney General Bill Barr’s attempt last month to push U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman out of his position at the Southern District of New York blew up in his face. While Berman was ousted, Barr didn’t get the replacement he wanted, and House Democrats are now investigating.
But last Friday night, Barr successfully pulled off a similar maneuver in the Eastern District of New York. Richard Donoghue no longer leads that office, as he has taken the position of principal associate deputy attorney general at Main Justice. Seth DuCharme, who had been principal associate deputy attorney general and worked under Barr, will now serve as the acting U.S. attorney for EDNY.
Here’s the huge blunder Trump made against Jeff Sessions on the eve of the Alabama GOP primary
On the eve of the Republican primary in Alabama, President Donald Trump may have committed a blunder that could backfire for his preferred candidate.
Trump is backing former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville in his campaign against Jeff Sessions, who held the seat until retiring to become Trump's attorney general.
In a campaign call with the former Auburn coach, Trump brought up current University of Alabama head coach Nick Saban. But Trump, who has repeatedly questioned Joe Biden's mental prowess, screwed up Saban's name.