Monday, May 23, 2022

Ex-NFL player Brendan Langley Fights United Airlines Employee

United Airlines has fired the airline worker who was filmed brawling with ex-NFL player Brendan Langley at Newark last Thursday, but the worker remains unidentified and has not been charged over the incident. can reveal Brendan Langley, 27, was arrested on Thursday May 19 at 11.03am after trading blows with the unnamed United Airlines worker. Videos show the pair sparring and all of the footage that has been released so far shows the airline worker throwing the first punch. But Langley, who once played in the NFL for the Denver Broncos and most recently played for the Calgary Stampeders in Canada, was the only one arrested. It's unclear why the airline worker was not booked. He was taken to the hospital instead to be treated for a wound to his eye whereas Langley was booked on a single count of simple assault on Thursday. It is believed that the fight began when Langley used a wheelchair to transport his luggage, instead of a paid-for luggage cart which cost $5. United Airlines has refused to name the passenger or explain exactly what happened but a spokesman told the worker has now been fired. Source

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Space DOOM! Space Terror Attack At U.S. Space Force HQ in New Boston: Terrorist Shot And Killed

1. Russian
2. Muslim
3. Chinese
4. Trekkie 

Man shot, killed at U.S. Space Force headquarters in New Boston
NEW BOSTON, NH — The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, NH State Police, and New Boston Police are at the scene of a fatal shooting at the U.S. Space Force Station May 13. According to sources a man approached the armed guards at the entrance gate of the secure facility on Chestnut Hill Road and engaged in a conversation with the personnel. The man allegedly exited his vehicle with a weapon(s) and was fatally shot at the entrance. New Boston, Amherst, and Bedford Fire and EMS responded, but the shooting victim was deceased. According to radio dispatch, one person was going to be medically evaluated by medics, but it is not known if that was an employee of the base. The vehicle contained a gas can and propane tank which could be seen on the ground next to the vehicle where investigators were working. Initially, the presence of the gas can and propane tank concerned responders, and an evaluation was done to deem that they were not a danger. New Boston Police were stationed on Chestnut Hill Road blocking the entrance to the building Saturday morning. New Hampshire State Police Major Crime investigators could be seen working in the area of the car, which had Massachusetts plates. The U.S. Space Station was formerly operated by the U.S. Air Force until the transition to the newly formed Space Force. At this time no information on the victim’s age or identity has been released. The Attorney General’s Office on Saturday said that no officers were physically injured in the incident. Source