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I think you will enjoy watching an entitled Muzzie bitch get hers (very gently, though) from local police. Heavy has the scoop on her background. She’s an ex-Harvard professor of Islamic Studies, currently at a university in Maryland. She studies violence in Muslim countries.
She claims to have a dog allergy. Doubtful. I think she’s an America-hating, dog-hating maggot who should be deported over this incident.
Charges have been filed against a college professor who was dragged off a Southwest Airlines flight after she complained she was allergic to two dogs that were onboard.
Anila Daulatzai, who is a socio-cultural anthropologist at the Maryland Institute of Art, is facing numerous counts including disorderly conduct, according to the Los Angeles Times.
She was asked to leave the Southwest flight that was heading from Baltimore to Los Angeles on Tuesday night after she complained that she was allergic to the animals, one of them an emotional support dog and the other a pet.
She told the crew that the allergy was life-threatening and she demanded that they provide her with an EpiPen, Southwest spokesman Chris Mainz said. We do not have or administer shots,” he said to the Times.
Daulatzai, who the airline described as “uncooperative,” also did not have the medical certificate necessary for her to continue on the flight.
The video of the incident begins with a blurry shot of three officers talking to the woman who was near the back of the jet.
“What are you doing?” “My dad has surgery. What are you doing?” she screams at the officers who are trying to get her to move after the captain of the flight ordered her to disembark. ‘C’mon lady, let’s go,” replies one of the officers.
She then stops and says she “needs to close her pants,” and she follows that by accusing one officer of “trying to rip her pants off.”
As they continue to pull and push her toward the exit, she declares that she will walk amid admonishments to the officers “not to touch her” and to “stop it.”
Passengers who are watching chime in, some yelling at the woman to “show them that you’re walking.” One man declares, “Jeez, lady, get off the plane!”
“They spent a long time talking to the woman, explaining what the situation was, trying to work with her,” said Bill Dumas, who taped the commotion, to CBS LA. “The pilot said they wouldn’t leave until it got resolved.”
Southwest issued a statement after the incident.
“We are disheartened by the way this situation unfolded and the customer’s removal by local law enforcement officers. We publicly offer our apologies to this customer for her experience and we will be contacting her directly to address her concerns.”
According to the airline’s policy regarding customers with disabilities, if the company is notified at the gate that a passenger has an allergy to animals they will be seated as far away from the animal as possible. It goes on to state that the airline is required by law to transport assistance and emotional support animals and that they do not have to caged. Pets must be contained in carriers.
Besides disorderly conduct, Daulatzai was charged with failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order, disturbing the peace, obstruction of a police officer and resisting arrest, the Times reported.
Lt. Kevin Ayd of the Maryland Transportation Police told the newspaper that Daulatzai made an appearance in court and was then released on her own recognizance.
Even if I didn’t like dogs, they smell and behave better than sand roaches. They should have dragged this one’s sorry Harvard a** back to the Middle East.
Here’s the charges, via the link to Heavy:
Nogs are the lowest form of life on earth, even lower than cockroaches. Three minutes of hysterical screeching in ebonics, directed toward a white person. Watch the hesitant reaction of the Nog’s Latino (or octoroon) boyfriend.
I caught a brief glimpse of a super gorgeous Great Dane toward the middle of the sheboon’s rant. Poor doggo has to listen to that sheboon. Doggo must think “humans” are crazy.
I think I’ll change my name to Shecky Schlomo Goldensteinbergwitz and start a new career as a scammer.
Five New Yorkers in wheelchairs are behind nearly 400 lawsuits brought against small businesses for lacking handicap access.
Such legal claims have been criticized as part of a “cottage industry” of “serial plaintiffs” who target mom-and-pop establishments for quick cash settlements. But others see the suits as helping enforce the American with Disabilities Act.
Wheelchair ramps and bathroom doors are not the only battleground. Two blind New Yorkers have taken the fight online, filing a combined 23 suits against business Web sites that didn’t have screen-reading software for the visually impaired. And a woman cited seven businesses for not allowing her service dog inside.
Zoltan Hirsch, 37, a double amputee from Brooklyn, is hell on wheels for those who fail to make their establishments wheelchair accessible. Since 2010, he has filed suit against 195 businesses ranging from a Soho eyeglass shop to Brooklyn bodegas to a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant.
Four other New Yorkers have filed 200 suits over wheelchair access: Luigi Girotto (70 suits), Pedro Fontanes (55), Jerry Cankat (52) and Nauqone Taylor (23).
Fontanes, 69, of Queens, has filed 13 suits against businesses along Fifth Avenue in Park Slope between Ninth and Bergen streets.
He claims to have suffered “harm” and “injury” at cafes including Le Pain Quotidien, Pizza Town, Uncle Barry’s, SkyIce Sweet & Savory, Dizzy’s Diner and Konditori Swedish Espresso Bar.
At Konditori, he also griped that the bathroom mirror was too high.
Mark Caserta, director of the Park Slope Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District committee, blasted the suits, saying: “This shouldn’t be happening. Small business are already struggling to stay afloat, and these lawsuits could put them over the edge.”
Dennis Kearney, an attorney who defended Uncle Barry’s craft beer bar against Fontanes this year, noted most defendants settle to escape the cost of litigation.
“Why would somebody pay $100,000 in legal fees to go to trial when they can pay a fraction of that and be done with it?” he said.
Plaintiffs typically ask for modest damages but demand payment of their attorneys’ fees, which can top $20,000. Kearney believes the plaintiffs and lawyers split the fees.
Commercial Web sites are the newest lucrative legal target.
Blind Brooklyn resident Marion Kiler, 66, sued eight sites throughout the state during May and June.
Among them was the Museum of Sex’s online store, where she claimed to have made “numerous” attempts to buy products. The site’s wares range from nipple clamps to penis-shaped pasta.
Cheryl Krist, 62, of Manhattan, has brought seven suits against businesses, including an East Village McDonald’s, for not allowing her service dog, Bocci, inside.
But Kenneth Shiotani, an attorney at the National Disability Rights Network, called private litigation the “most effective enforcement mechanism” to make the city disability friendly.
Between the nogs, the Juggalos, the obese, the scammers, and other assorted garbage who inhabit America today, it must be the case that more than half the population produces zilch. Meanwhile, I understand that China has a eugenics program well under way to improve the physical and mental qualities of its human inhabitants.
The parasites are killing the host.
You are witnessing the death rattle of a dying society. Good-bye America, it was nice knowing ya.
Hundreds turned out to say goodbye to the hero dog whose Marine veteran partner put together a bucket list for him after he was diagnosed with bone cancer. Cena, a black lab who served three tours in Afghanistan as a bomb-sniffer with the Marines, lived his final years with Lance Cpl. Jeff DeYoung, as his service dog.
DeYoung and Cena were first paired in 2009 after a personality test, and later deployed to Afghanistan together. In 2014, the pair reunited when DeYoung adopted Cena as his service dog for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He said having Cena around made it easier for him to be in public.
Last week, a veterinarian diagnosed 10-year-old Cena with bone cancer and gave him weeks to live. DeYoung set out to create lasting memories with his beloved pooch, which included taking a ride in a Jeep with the top off. DeYoung’s wish came true on Wednesday, as he and Cena piled into a decorated Jeep named “Cancer Response Team” for one last ride together.
Cena wore his decorated Marine vest as DeYoung carried him in front of hundreds to a museum ship in Muskegon, where he was euthanized. He was carried off in a flag-draped coffin.
“We walked in front of the group that we served with and everything that they faced, we faced first,” DeYoung previously told Fox 17 of his service with Cena. “Overseas it was me and him against the world.”
A GoFundMe page was started to help DeYoung cover the cost of a headstone.
An heroic canine segregationist has taken matters into his paws and attacked a Negro on a Delta Airlines flight.
Prior to the attack, the dog warned Marlin Termain Jackson that he was culturally appropriating white culture and that he would have to deplane.
Jackson ignored the warning growls at his peril.
The results are seen in the photo above.
President Trump has Tweeted out his praise of doggie racism and has invited the service dog to the White House, where he will be awarded the Congressional Medal of Canine Honor.
A Daphne, Alabama man has obtained legal representation after he was severely injured by a Delta Airlines passenger’s emotional support dog while on a plane Sunday night.
The victim, Marlin Termaine Jackson, 44, had his attorney J. Ross Massey of Alexander Shunnarah & Associates release close-up images of his facial injuries on Thursday (June 8) afternoon.
The images show a large open wound under Jackson’s right nostril and another open wound running along his right cheek.
Multiple dark scars can also be seen around his eyes and face.
Initial police reports stated that Jackson was bitten by a dog owned by, Ronald Kevin Mundy Jr. of Mills River, N.C.
All three were on a Delta Airlines flight leaving Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta headed to San Diego that night.
Officials from Delta Airlines said the flight was delayed as Jackson was transported to a local hospital and Mundy and his dog were escorted off the plane.
Massey gave a more extensive narrative of the incident in the statement his legal office released.
According to the statement, Jackson was assigned a window seat on the left side of the plane. When he approached his aisle Mundy was sitting in the middle seat with his dog in his lap.
According to witnesses, the approximately 50-pound dog growled at Jackson soon after he took his seat. The dog continued to act in a strange manner as Jackson attempted to buckle his seat belt. The growling increased and the dog lunged for Jackson’s face.
The dog began biting Jackson who could not escape due to his position against the plane’s window. The dog was pulled away by Mundy, but broke free from his grasp and attacked Jackson a second time.
The attacks reportedly lasted 30 seconds and resulted in profuse bleeding from severe lacerations to Jackson’s face. His injuries included a puncture through his lip and gum.
Massey said the injuries required immediate transport, by an ambulance, to the emergency room of a local hospital. Jackson received 28 stitches and is presently awaiting consultation with a plastic surgeon.
He also added that Jackson’s injuries will likely have permanent scarring.
Massey said that Mundy was moved to an alternate Delta Air Lines flight and his emotional support dog was placed in a kennel in the undercarriage.
Mundy, a military service member with the U.S. Marine Corps, told authorities that the dog, a chocolate lab pointer mix, was issued to him for support.
Delta Airlines website states that the company complies with the Air Carrier Access Act. It allows customers traveling with emotional support animals or psychiatric service animals to travel without charge.
The website states that a kennel is not required for emotional support animals if they are fully trained and meet the same requirements as a service animal.
Massey said his legal team is currently seeking information from Delta Air Lines regarding their compliance with policies for unrestrained larger animals within a plane’s cabin. He also wants to see the verification process of their emotional support animal training requirements.
“It is troubling that an airline would allow a dog of such substantial size to ride in a passenger’s lap without a muzzle,” said Massey. “Especially considering the dog and its owner were assigned a middle seat despite Delta Air Lines’ policies that call for the re-accommodation of larger animals.”
At this time, a lawsuit has not been filed.
Every dog I’ve ever seen doesn’t like members of the Negro race. Dogs instinctively know that their ancestors were hunted down and eaten in Africa.
Every dog is thus a natural born segregationist KKK sympathizer.
The ancestors of the dirtbag who threw a tiny doggo off a balcony in California were cutting the hearts out of living victims. Mexicans, descendants of the Aztecs, seem to have a mean streak in them. All manner of human and animal cruelty is a part of their culture.
The perp here won’t get much respect in prison for harming a dog. If he tries pulling his macho man act in prison he may end up on the receiving end of a shiv. If he lives through prison, then back to Mexico with him.
A 24-year-old man who admitted to throwing a 10-year-old boy’s assistance dog off of a Long Beach balcony was sentenced to three years and eight months in state prison on Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
The dog, 1-year-old Chihuahua named Pearl, survived the fall but is still recovering from her injuries, according to authorities.
The defendant, 24-year-old Jose Yvani Herrera, pleaded no contest to felony cruelty to an animal moments before Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Judith L. Meyer sentenced him during a hearing Wednesday, according to prosecutors.
In addition to the prison time, Meyer ordered Herrera not to own, care for or live with any animals for 10 years, the district attorney’s office said in a statement.
Prosecutors said Herrera threw the dog off of a balcony on May 7 at a home in the 200 block of Artesia Boulevard where he lived with his ex-girlfriend, her 10-year-old brother with special needs and their 41-year-old mother.
The mother told police that Herrera had picked up the dog and hurled it, according to authorities.
Pearl suffered “significant injuries to her eye,” prosecutors said. Officers arrested Herrera at the scene without any trouble, according to authorities.
Because the dog needed specialized medical care from the fall, Pearl is recovering with Long Beach Animal Care Services instead of the family.
Herrera has a previous conviction for second-degree robbery in 2015, authorities said.
Hey, Jose! Don’t ever go to sleep, amigo, because I’ve smuggled this monster into prison, and she’s coming after you as you catch some zzzz’s.