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MARINE Reports ‘PSTD’ To Avoid Jail Time For Attacking Iraqi Restaurant

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Now people use post-traumatic disorder as a reason for assaulting individuals.

A court in Oregon thinks so. Damien Rodriguez won’t confront any correctional facility time despite the fact that he was initially accused of strike and a despise wrongdoing, charges that ordinarily place individuals in prison for no less than five or six years. Rather, he got five years of probation and a fine, The Oregonian reported.

Rodriguez was a dynamic obligation Marine when he assaulted a server at an Iraqi eatery with a seat in Portland last year, The Associated Press reported.

A companion told police that he endured a “flashback within the eatery.” Before assaulting the server he supposedly discussed how individuals he slaughtered in Iraq before saying considerably all the more stigmatizing comments in regards to the nation

There’s no question that the assault happened. It was gotten on video.

Rodriguez, 41, conceded to a hate crime and to attempted assault in Multnomah County Circuit Court, a court that went simple on him on account of a distress he purportedly endured at war. His barrier lawyer contended that the assault originated from his PTSD. Prosecutors had a tendency to concur, expressing that representatives at the Iraqi eatery DarSalam bolstered Rodriguez’s light sentence. The worker didn’t endure genuine wounds and Rodriguez has been requested by the court to give him $11,000 dollars, agreeing to The Daily Beast.

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A Breakdown Of HIP-HOP’s Most Notorious Murders

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Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace, otherwise called Biggie Smalls, were probably the most notable and powerful rappers of our opportunity.

Despite the fact that the two specialists ruled the hip-bounce scene in the mid ’90s — with Tupac in California and Biggie in New York — they were both deplorably slaughtered in drive-by shootings. Their homicides have stayed unsolved until this day, and the twosome’s warmed East Coast-West Coast contention has energized different paranoid notions throughout the years.

Who was 2Pac?

Tupac Amaru Shakur was conceived on June 16, 1971. In spite of the fact that he would wind up synonymous with West Coast hip-jump, he was conceived in New York City. His folks were the two individuals from the Black Panther Party.

2Pac’s late mother, Afeni, wound up pregnant with her child while on bail. According to NBC News, she had really been charged, alongside different individuals from the Panthers, for scheming to bomb police headquarters and retail establishments in New York City, and in spite of the fact that the charges were later absolved she had burned through 11 months in prison.

2Pac’s dad, Billy Garland, lost contact with the rapper when he was 5 years of age. They wouldn’t rejoin until the point when 2Pac was 23.

In 1996, 2Pac told writer Kevin Powell in Vibe magazine that “I thought my dad was dead all my life. I believed I required a daddy to give me the general tour and I didn’t have one.”

A single parent with two youngsters, Afeni moved the family frequently and battled monetarily. They in the end moved to Baltimore, and 2Pac selected at the esteemed Baltimore School for the Arts. He met his friend Jada Pinkett Smith there and called the time “the freest I at any point felt.”

Simply this year, Jada opened up about her association with 2Pac on Sway’s Sirius XM appear, conceding that she met him when she was managing drugs.

“I’ve been having sort of an existential emergency around Pac since I was turning out, he was coming in, and there was a time when we met. And afterward we kinda were going our different ways. What’s more, I just felt like, ‘alright, God, one day you will improve the situation Pac what you improved the situation me, which is, you spared me.’ And that just never occurred for him,” she said.

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The family moved to Marin City, California, and Afeni capitulated to split addiction, according to NBC News.

At 17, 2Pac met a lady named Leila Steinberg, who might help him in the long run get his foot into the music business in 1990 as a roadie and artist for the hip-bounce gather Digital Underground known for “The Humpty Dance.”

In 1991 a recording debut on “Same Song” was made by him from the Nothing yet Trouble soundtrack. He marked to Interscope Records and discharged his presentation collection, 2Pacalypse Now, in 1991. The collection was proclaimed for going up against subjects like bigotry, viciousness and police fierceness, particularly on tracks like “Brenda’s Got a Baby” and “Caught.”

As 2Pac’s mother stated, she was “in the prime of utilizing” and didn’t know that her child was getting to be acclaimed.

She once told the Associated Press: “Somebody disclosed to me that Tupac was on The Arsenio Hall Show, and I thought they were lying.”

She got spotless a year later after 2Pac went up against her.

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Top 3 Scandals In sports

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Professional sports is an arena where there is a huge potential for earning and decision making. With immense power to make decision often leads to scandals due to greed and ambitious misconduct. Players, mangers, and club often pay a very hefty price both professionally as well as personally when such events are uncovered. Loss of trust, legal ramifications and a tough after life are probably the results of such scandals.

Today we look at 3 top scandals that rocked the sports world and proved to be a great example for the fans and people around the globe alike.

Rape conviction for Mike Tyson

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Mike Tyson is a controversial person. Known for his eccentricities, he had been embroiled in controversies from the beginning of his career. However, the boxing professional life suffered a serious blow when Tyson was convicted of rape. Desiree Washington accused Tyson of raping her in 1991 at an Indianapolis hotel which went on to become the most shocking and sensational trial in sports history. Tyson was eventually found guilty and was sent to prison for 6 years; out of 6 years, he served only 3 years after which he was allowed to fight professionally.

Sexual Assault Case of Kobe Bryant

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Basketball sensation Kobe Bryant was arrested in 2003 for sexually assaulting a 19-year-old Canadian woman. Charges were dismissed when the accuser denied testifying and the case was settled out of court. Later it was revealed that the player had sexual relations with the woman but it was a consensual one and therefore was not a criminal. As a result, Bryant lost several of his endorsement deals, including a lucrative one with fast food giant McDonalds. The Bryant case was voted the top sports story of 2003 by the Associated Press.

Doping in Tour de France

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Lance Armstrong was the favourite target for the media for doping allegations in the Tour de France race. Despite relentless accusations, Armstrong has never been found guilty of using illegal performance enhancers. However, other cyclist sportspersons like Alexander Vinokourov, Cristian Moreni, Jan Ullrich and Floyd Landis were found guilty in doping.

Scandals remain prevalent in the sports arena due to ambitions and abuse of power. Doping, sexual assault, gambling rackets, weapon assault, etc. are some of the charges that sports professionals are often involved with. The high stress and lavish lifestyle surrounded by tempting offers of corruption and power often pave the way to immoral conduct on the part of sportsperson who are looked upon as role models and trendsetters.

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The Scandalous B.I.G. And His Big Life

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On March 9, 1997, Biggie Smalls (a.k.a. The Notorious B.I.G.) immortalised his name in the world of hip-hop music. This was the day when he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. He was just 24.

On September 4th, Biography will investigate the late rap legend’s life in Mark Ford’s new doc, Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G., the original life story approved by his home, airing on A+E. As an antecedent to the world debut, we investigate some of Biggie’s musings about himself, his music, human instinct, and the traps of popularity.

Here is his ideology in his own words:

While describing himself as a person he is quoted saying – “I hold grudges, but I can’t hate anybody; that’s not my nature”.

He was a man of his words, and he said: “I can’t even see me wasting my time or my talent to disrespect another black man”.

To describe the genuinity of his music and how he obtained inspiration to produce a work of considerable measure he adds “How real can your music be if you wake up in the morning hearing birds and crickets? I never hear birds when I wake up. Just a lot of construction work, the smell of Chinese takeout, children screaming, and everybody knocking a different track from ‘Ready to Die’ as they pass down the street.”

Every true hustler knows that you cannot hustle forever. You will go to jail eventually.

I’m a nice guy, but the fear keeps everybody on their toes. People sometimes mistake sweetness for weakness. You never want anyone to know everything about you. It makes you too easy to classify. 

The more money you make, the more problems you get and jealousy and envy is just something that comes with the territory, man. It’s just negative energy, like my man Puff say, it just surrounds you, it makes you depressed. So, I gotta rap about it, and that’s one of the bad things about the game. When you get large, even your friends will turn against you, man. I think about that every day. Every day, it’s real. That’s how real it is. I think somebody is trying to kill me. I be waking up, paranoid, I be really scared.

It wasn’t really a beef to me in the beginning, not for other artists, it was just a personal problem between me and somebody else, it just happened to wage into an East Coast/West Coast… you know, when you’re at the top, you just gotta go for the top person’s neck, you know what I’m saying, you gotta go get your spot that’s what he wanted. Sometimes when you stagnated and can’t move to another level, that’s the only thing that you can do, is just complain or be jealous. I can’t be mad at him for that, he just do what he gotta do, I couldn’t be the one to do it back, that’s not my style.

I can’t rhyme about being broke no more, I ain’t broke, I can’t rhyme about hustling in the streets no more cause I don’t hustle no more, you know, so it’s the life after. All that’s over with now, I ain’t hungry no more. Now it’s a new beginning, this the life after the death.

I look at it like this: them guys, they doing what they wanna do. I can’t never stop nobody, can’t knock nobody hustle. They feel like they can come into it dissing Big and dissing Puff and doing they little thing. If that’s what they choose to do, that’s what they choose to do. Only thing I gotta do is feed [my daughter] T’yanna and take care of Ms. Wallace. That’s my only job. I’m making music for the people. If y’all love the music, y’all gonna buy the music.

He dedicated his life to Music, and his creation describes his true story indeed.

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