'I’ve got to get him off of me and get him secured. Your mind shuts down and you go to what you know, which is your training,' he said, adding that he didn't have time to reach for his pepper spray.The guard was asked why he felt the need to throw Mc Clain to the ground twice.And, when asked by a prosecutor why the prison guard didn't try to subdue Mc Clain by sitting on him, he said: 'I was thinking about getting him off me.'Council, whose wife is expecting their fourth child, was sentenced to 12 to 24 months in prison, but the sentence was suspended and he was ordered to spend 90 days in the jail where he worked and three years probation.
Forensic examination of the bedspread found bodily fluids from several different dudes who weren’t Mike Tyson and who were nowhere in the vicinity of the alleged rape.
It’s not just bedcovers—all kinds of germs are lurking in the average hotel room. News channels never tire of making news items about it.
What’s really sick is the reason why this situation never changes.
This has been demonstrated in a study of hotel suicides in Las Vegas.
There are obviously an extremely high number of hotels in Las Vegas, and the number of local people who checked in in order to check out was found to be significantly much higher than the hotel suicide rate for the rest of the surrounding county.
We all know hotel coverlets are infrequently cleaned.This was world news in 1992 when a hotel bedspread was submitted as evidence during the rape trial of boxer Mike Tyson.Hotel suicides have been a recognized phenomenon for over a century and possibly much longer.The phenomenon has even been the subject of several scientific studies.One thing we know is that people who commit suicide in a hotel are, oddly, more likely to live locally.The weird thing is that, apparently, the more hotels get built in one place, the more local people become hotel suicides.