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Wednesday, March 9, 2016


The NFL draft will return to Chicago in 2016, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday.

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The draft will be held April 28-30.

"We are excited to return to Chicago and look forward to creating an even better experience for our fans next year," Goodell said in a statement. "Based on the success of last year's Draft and our high expectations for the 2016 Draft, Chicago continues to raise the bar for future Drafts."

With an outdoor festival atmosphere anchored by "Draft Town" in Chicago's Grant Park, the three-day event drew 200,000 people, including related fan activities, in 2015. The league announced Tuesday that "Draft Town" will be expanding in 2016. The first three rounds of the 2015 draft were held in the Auditorium Theatre before the event moved outdoors for Rounds 4-7 on its final day.

The draft moved from New York City's Radio City Music Hall to Chicago, where it had not been held since 1964.

The league announced it will develop a selection process to determine the locations of drafts beyond the 2016 event, and that Chicago will be among the cities under consideration.


We obtained a video of an unarmed man who gets out of the vehicle and says shoot me with his hands held high.  The FBI gunned him down as he posed no threat.

The video link is below and is very graphic in nature. Viewer discretion is advised.


On Tuesday, investigators released their findings regarding the fatal Jan. 26 police shooting of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupier LaVoy Finicum.LaVoy, 54, quickly became the voice of the protestors during the occupation, giving mainstream media interviews and statements live from the refuge. According to an autopsy released on Tuesday, he was hit in the back by three rounds fired by two Oregon State Troopers, one piercing his heart.

FBI agent is suspected of lying about firing twice at Robert "LaVoy" Finicum and may have gotten help from four other FBI agents in covering up afterward, authorities revealed Tuesday.

The bullets didn't hit Finicum and didn't contribute to his death, but now all five unnamed agents, part of an elite national unit, are under criminal investigation by the U.S. Justice Department. Inspector General Michael Horowitz is leading the independent inquiry.

On the day of the shooting, Lavoy, Ammon Bundy and several other occupiers with the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom were traveling to the city of John Day for a community meeting set up by local residents.

They were pulled over on U.S. Highway 395 by the Oregon State Police and the FBI. Officials said at the time that in an attempt to minimize violence, they had been waiting for an opportunity to arrest the group’s leadership away from the refuge.

Officials said Tuesday that prosecutors deemed the shooting “justified and necessary,” and claimed that LaVoy kept moving his hands towards his pocket which contained a loaded 9mm handgun.

The Citizens for Constitutional Freedom have steadily maintained that Lavoy was unarmed during his death and have called the shooting a “cold-blooded assassination,” and the FBI “liars.” They said that, “LaVoy’s guns were left at the compound” evidenced by the fact that his personal pistol can be seen in videos from the refuge after he was killed.

In new footage released on Tuesday, which syncs up cellphone video recorded from inside the vehicle during the shooting with aerial FBI footage that had already released, Lavoy is heard shouting, “just shoot me,” to the cops before he is killed.

This gives credence to claims made by one of the passengers that he “got out to try to keep the attention focused on him so that they would not shoot at the women in the vehicle.”

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I don't know about you but if I as the chick I would have said I'll fuck you too. Lol

MACCLENNY, Fla. -- A 29-year-old Florida woman faces a felony sex charge after she was allegedly caught in the shower with her friend's 15-year-old son -- by the boy's father.

Ciara Danielle Stokes, 29, of Faye Road, remains in custody at the Baker County Jail on a charge of lewd and lascivious act on a child following her arrest Feb. 11, according to the Baker County Sheriff's Office.

Stokes, identified by an arrest report as a waitress at Jacksonville's Gold Club, stopped by her friend's home about 10:30 p.m. Feb. 4 to take a shower because she didn't have running water in her camper, according to the report.

The teen told investigators Stokes initially used his phone to browse Facebook for about an hour and then the pair watched TV for another half-hour. Afterward, the teen said, Stokes invited him into the shower with her.

While they were showering, sexual activity allegedly occurred. The teen told investigators. "I have never been put in that position before and I didn't know how to get out of it," he said.

At some point, the commotion woke up his father, who barged in and ordered both of them out of the bathroom, the teen told investigators. Then, the teen said, his father demanded that Stokes leave.

Stokes told investigators she was drunk and didn't recall "everything" that had taken place but acknowledged kissing the 15-year-old, saying "it was a bad mistake," according to the report.


suburbs attempted to help his daughter find a husband by placing an advertisement in Christianity Today.

The ad was titled “Son-in-Law, Wheaton, IL.” The father says in the ad that he is a Chicagoland chief financial officer and church elder. He describes his daughter as a “godly, gorgeous, athletic, educated, careered, humorous, travelled and bi-lingual 26-year-old virgin.”

While the ad appeared in the magazine’s March print edition, it has been removed from its website. Christianity Today editor Mark Galli said the ad had not been properly reviewed before it was included in the print edition. If it had, it would not have been printed, he said, regardless of intent. The ad was removed online.

“It’s a man who is trying to market his daughter,” Galli told the Chicago Tribune. “It’s demeaning in this day and age.”

In a blog that has since been taken down, the daughter who is referenced in the ad discussed what happened. She said she did not know about it in advance, though her father had hinted beforehand that he was trying to play matchmaker.

“She is taking this very graciously,” Galli said. “What daughter hasn’t rolled her eyes at something her father did?”


CHICAGO -- A new lawsuit filed on behalf of a homeless man in Chicago will be the first to test a new state law.

The Bill of Rights for the Homeless Act was passed in 2013.

It maintains that a homeless person's property out on the street has the same right to privacy as property in a permanent home.

According to The Sun-Times, the Coalition for the Homeless filed the lawsuit against the city. They represent Robert Henderson.

His belongings, including medication and identification, were thrown away by city workers in November


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