A group of soldiers was traveling down a busy street in Port Arthur, Texas when they came across a woman who seemed stranded. After noticing that she looked upset, they decided to stop for her to see how they could help but had no clue what was coming miles down the road.Mary Mingo Williams was on her way home from work when she stopped at a traffic light but couldn’t get her car to go again after it turned green. As cars whizzed around her, honking and screaming at her for holding up the traffic, she desperately tried to push her car out of the road and onto the shoulder but was struggling to get it to move. Not a single car stopped for this woman until almost an entire “platoon of army men,” as she described them, appeared seemingly out of nowhere.Seeing how dangerous the situation was, the suited-up heroes didn’t just move her immobile car out of harm’s way — they pushed it with their bare hands all the way to the gas station which wasn’t nearby. “I don’t know where they came from, but all of a sudden I had almost a platoon of army men. They pushed my car literally from Motiva Terminal Gate to the Citco station on Gulfway Drive. Do you understand what I’m saying? They pushed my car on their feet,” Williams wrote in her viral Facebook post about what came of this incident.She was so struck by their effort that they didn’t hesitate to offer for a stranger, that when they all got to the gas station she asked if she could take a photo of them to share that there are still good men in this world who will help a woman in need. They kindly agreed, and as she snapped their picture, she felt a tap on her shoulder.Another man at the gas station saw what these soldiers had done for her and pulled a $100 bill out of his pocket and handed it to the heroes to say their next meal was on him for their kindness. The men refused his generous offer, saying that they “were doing what we were raised to do.” That’s when the man turned back to Williams with something else.“This same gentleman turned around and put gasoline in my car and told me to keep the money that I had in my pocket,” Williams wrote in her post. After trucks driven by men passed her by, refusing to stop to help and even going as far as to honk their horn for her to get out of the way, Williams was shown a contrast of character in the real men who ended up crossing her path. These soldiers and the generous passerby who was impressed by them are the result of having been raised right, taught respect and compassion for other people who just need a little help.Please share the story and tell us what you think by clicking one of the buttons below. We want to hear YOUR voice!
Despite raping his girlfriend’s 3-year-old daughter and being sentenced to death, an Ohio pervert thought he would live out a long life in prison as he continued to appeal the court decision for years. Unfortunately for him, things just took a nasty turn for him. He just got slapped with the perfect dose of justice that he rightfully deserved while behind bars.As Mad World News previously reported, this horrific story started when Ronald Phillips started dating Fae Amanda Evans, who has since died of cancer in prison. As it turns out, Phillips’ girlfriend had a 3-year-old daughter named Sheila Evans, who he would eventually develop a disturbing eye for. Sadly, the twisted pervert would rape the toddler to death on January 18, 1993, resulting in his arrest.As one would imagine, the crime was so heinous and disturbing that the judge gladly sentenced the pedophile to death, but it would be quite some time before it would take place. Given the “tolerant” standards the left has imposed on society, the disgusting excuse for a human being was allowed to appeal his rulings and had continued to do so for nearly two and a half decades.In fact, Phillips apparently thought he would end up living a long and healthy life behind bars, despite getting the death sentence. However, he just learned that he couldn’t have been more wrong as fate just slapped him in the face – hard.
According to FOX 59, Phillips, now 43, was scheduled to die on Wednesday at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville. In short, the monster got the justice he had coming for the past quarter century as he was executed and pronounced dead at 10:43 am, CBS News reports.Of course, the entitled punk had tried to delay being stuck with a needle by appealing the sentence, but it seems that his luck ran out. Without a second thought, the U.S. Supreme Court denied his request for a stay to continue legal appeals on Tuesday.Ohio hadn’t put a man to death for the past 3 years, with the last execution taking place back in 2014 – but that all changed when they laid Phillips on that table. Now, the world and Sheila’s family can rest easy knowing that they don’t have to share the planet with this abomination anymore.When it comes down to it, a jury rightfully found this man guilty of perhaps the world’s most vile crime and sentenced him to death. It shouldn’t have taken 26 years to do it as this man got to waste taxpayer dollars on the housing (i.e. jail), food, and legal defense fees to fight the punishment he deserved. The fact that this man got to live another 24 years beyond his victim is gut-wrenching, considering what he had done.In the end, you render your life irrelevant the second you take it upon yourself to strip someone else of theirs. However, the fact that this pervert did it to a child while trying to appease his unspeakable sexual desires makes this so much worse. It is times like these where people should be put to death in the same fashion that they killed their victim, without being given the opportunity to drain valuable tax dollars to keep them behind bars. That would be better justice, but luckily, Phillips eternal punishment is just beginning.
Charlie Gard, the baby at the centre of a legal row over his treatment, has died, a family spokesman has confirmed.The 11-month-old was moved to a hospice following a High Court ruling.He suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness.His parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, fought a lengthy legal battle with Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) to allow him to be taken to the US for treatment.But on Monday they dropped their legal battle after Prof Michio Hirano, the American neurologist who had offered to treat him, said it was too late for it to work.The tragic case of Charlie GardIn a statement issued on Friday evening, Ms Yates said: “Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie.”Prime Minister Theresa May said: “I am deeply saddened by the death of Charlie Gard. My thoughts and prayers are with Charlie’s parents Chris and Connie at this difficult time.”Pope Francis tweeted: “I entrust little Charlie to the Father and pray for his parents and all those who loved him.”GOSH said it sent its “heartfelt condolences” to Charlie’s parents and loved ones.US Vice-President Mike Pence tweeted: “Saddened to hear of the passing of Charlie Gard. Karen & I offer our prayers & condolences to his loving parents during this difficult time.”
On Thursday, Ms Yates said the couple had been denied their “final wish” to have more time with him after a High Court judge ruled that he would be moved to a hospice and have his life support withdrawn soon after.The couple had wanted to take their son to the US for nucleoside bypass therapy, but specialists at GOSH said the treatment was experimental and that Charlie had irreversible brain damage.
I entrust little Charlie to the Father and pray for his parents and all those who loved him.
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) July 28, 2017
Saddened to hear of the passing of Charlie Gard. Karen & I offer our prayers & condolences to his loving parents during this difficult time.
— Vice President Pence (@VP) July 28, 2017
Hundreds of people – called Charlie’s Army – lent their support to his parents, who raised £1.35m to take him to the US for treatment.The couple fought a legal battle for five months, in which judges from the High Court, Supreme Court and the European Court all agreed with doctors that the treatment would not benefit Charlie.Charlie’s plight attracted the attention of Pope Francis and US president Donald Trump.
Following the European Court ruling, the Pope said he was following the case“with affection and sadness”.In a statement released earlier this month, the Vatican said: “For them he prays, hoping that their desire to accompany and care for their own child to the end is not ignored.”The US president then offered his support, tweeting: “If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the U.K. and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so.”After his tweet, Prof Hirano co-signed a letter with other medical experts which suggested unpublished data showed therapy could improve Charlie’s brain condition.They claimed that “ideally” the treatment would first be tested on mice but said that, in Charlie’s case, there was no time for such a trial.After examining Charlie a couple of weeks ago, Prof Hirano said it was too late for the treatment to work. An MRI scan had shown there was no muscle at all in parts of his body.
Paying tribute to their son following the end of their legal challenge the couple, both in their 30s and of Bedfont, west London, had described him as an “absolute warrior”.On Monday Mr Gard said: “Mummy and Daddy love you so much Charlie, we always have and we always will and we are so sorry that we couldn’t save you.“We had the chance but we weren’t allowed to give you that chance. Sweet dreams baby. Sleep tight our beautiful little boy.”
Timeline of Charlie’s case3 March 2017: Mr Justice Francis starts to analyse the case at a hearing in the family division of the High Court in London11 April: He says doctors can stop providing life-support treatment3 May: Charlie’s parents ask Court of Appeal judges to consider the case23 May: Three Court of Appeal judges analyse the case25 May: The Court of Appeal judges dismiss the couple’s appeal8 June: Charlie’s parents lose their fight in the Supreme Court20 June: Judges in the European Court of Human Rights start to analyse the case, after lawyers representing Charlie’s parents make written submissions27 June: Judges in the European Court of Human Rights refuse to intervene3 July: The Pope and US President Donald Trump offer to intervene4 July: The Vatican’s children’s hospital in Rome offers to take in Charlie7 July: Great Ormond Street Hospital applies for a fresh hearing at the High Court
10 July: Charlie’s parents return to the High Court and ask Mr Justice Francis to carry out a fresh analysis of the case. Mr Justice Francis says he will consider any new evidence.17 July: Dr Michio Hirano, the US neurologist, travels to London to examine Charlie21 July: Lawyer representing Great Ormond Street says Charlie’s new scan makes for “sad reading”22 July: Great Ormond Street says doctors and nurses have been subjected to abuse and received threatening messages24 July: Charlie’s parents say they will end their legal fight for his treatment and let him die26 July: Deadline set for Charlie’s parents and Great Ormond Street Hospital to agree how and when he will die27 July: Mr Justice Francis rules Charlie will be moved to a hospice and have his life support withdrawn “soon after” after an agreement to decide his end-of-life care was not reachedShare this story
Three young siblings are being cared for by family members after both parents tragically died just weeks apart. On July 11, Jevaughn Suckoo, 26, was shot and killed at an apartment complex in West Palm Beach, CBS 12 reported. Three days later, his girlfriend, Stephanie Caceres, gave birth to twins, but developed fatal complications stemming from the delivery.In addition to the newborns, named Jevaughn Jr., and Lailah, the couple leaves behind a 21-month-old daughter.BOY’S TRANSFORMATION FROM DRUG-ADDICTED NEWBORN TO HEALTHY TODDLER GOES VIRAL“I think right now we’re just very focused on the children, making sure that they’re OK,” Joni Saunders, Suckoo’s aunt, told CBS 12According to the family’s GoFundMe page, Caceres, 24, developed an infection after giving birth and was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU).“Like everything Stephanie did in life, she battled hard for 10 days. On July 26th, the almighty also decided to call to heaven another angel,” the post read.The fundraiser, which was established on July 27, has raised more than $14,000 to go toward caring for the couple’s children.
We continue to see the rise of Sharia law in our country, and now the next logical thing for radical Muslims to do is institute their own Sharia Courts inside their mosques, not only to thumb their noses at America’s rule of law, but also to set up their own government inside the United States’ government.
So do you think radical Muslims should have the option to run to a Sharia Court instead of a western, American court when something has gone wrong?What do you think? Should Sharia Courts be banned in the United States?SHOULD SHARIA COURTS BE BANNED IN THE UNITED STATES?
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Guadalupe García de Rayos was 14-years-old when she moved to the US from Mexico.After she was caught using a fake Social Security number during a raid in 2008 at a water park where she worked, she had been required to attend an annual meeting with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).After a review of her case and some questions, in previous years she had been allowed to leave.In 2013 she was allowed to stay in the United States even after a judge issued a deportation order against her because she did not pose a threat to anyone, and did not fit any of Mr Obama’s criteria for priority deportation.But this year her meeting with ICE ended differently and she was taken into custody and ordered to be deported.