Heartless Journalist (Petra László) Caught kicking two refugee children and tripping a man with child (VIDEO)

N1TV’s Hungarian Journalist Petra László caught tripping over man carrying child in his arms – and kicking young girl and boy – goes viral and horrifies country

A camera operator for a Hungarian nationalist television channel closely linked to the country’s far-right Jobbik party has been filmed kicking two refugee children and tripping up a man at the border hotspot of Rőszke on Tuesday.

Petra László of N1TV was filming a group of refugees running away from police officers, when a man carrying a child in his arms ran in front of her. László stuck her leg out in front of the man, causing him to fall on the child he was carrying. He turned back and remonstrated with László, who continued filming.

A 20-second video of the scene was posted on Twitter by Stephan Richter, a reporter for the German television channel RTL and soon went viral, leading to the creation of a Facebook group “The Petra László Wall of Shame”.

Hungary’s leading news website Index had also caught László kicking a young girl and boy.

N1TV said László had been dismissed due to “unacceptable behaviour”. The channel’s editor in chief Szabolcs Kisberk said in a statement posted on the station’s website: “The camerawoman’s employment has today been terminated with immediate effect, the case is now closed for us.”

As well as speeches made by the Jobbik leader Gábor Vona, the channel’s website also contains articles with such headlines as “migrants have swarmed all over the shops” and “Guantanamo = Hungary?”

Hundreds of angry comments appeared on the Facebook group set up to condemn László’s actions on Tuesday evening.

Opposition parties Együtt-PM and the Democratic Coalition have said that they will initiate charges of violence against a member of the community, which is punishable by up to five years in prison, against László.

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Hungarian Journalist Caught Tripping And Kicking Refugees

 

Do you wonder if someone unfriended you on facebook or how you are no longer friends? here’s how to find out for sure

It’s always alarming to search for an old friend on Facebook only to realize they have since unfriended you. Now, you can save yourself a little mental anguish with an app that shows you in real time who’s given you the Facebook boot.

Aptly named Who Deleted Me, the program is available as an app for iOS and Android or as a browser extension for Google Chrome.

Just like the Twitter app Who Unfollowed Me, the program tells you whether a friend has unfollowed you or just deactivated their account.

The apps launched a few weeks ago, but the extension has been around in some form since 2009.

Who Deleted Me only starts tallying your friend totals once you’ve downloaded it, so you can’t get a read on past friendships lost — only the platonic breakups that happened after signing up.

And as an extra stalking bonus, you can also see the last time your friends logged on to the social network.

Note: The app has experienced some outages due to the extra attention (330,000 of their 500,000 users signed up just this month), but a spokesperson for the company told BuzzFeed they are working on it.

Make new friends and delete the old / One is silver and the other is…unfriended.

This Is How To See Who Unfriended You On Facebook

(DO U WANT TO DIET? THINK AGAIN) Dying anorexic actress Rachael Farrokh’s video plea touches hearts across the world. People begin to reach and help her, her thank you speech will melt any warm heart

A dying anorexic actress whose desperate plea for help touched hearts across the world is finally receiving life-saving treatment at a California hospital – and has stood up for the first time in months.

Rachael Farrokh, 37, who is five-foot-seven and weighs a mere ’40-something’ pounds, made the headlines in May after posting a video online, detailing her 10-year battle with anorexia nervosa.

In the footage, she explained how her condition had declined in recent months – but no hospitals near her San Clemente home would treat her because her ‘dangerous’ weight made her a ‘liability’.

In subsequent weeks, well-wishers raised nearly $200,000 in donations for Ms Farrokh, some of which were spent on a ‘handpicked’ medical team, which provided medical care at her bedside.

But now, Ms Farrokh has eventually been accepted into the UC San Diego Medical Center after

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Standing up: Rachael Farrokh, 37,  is finally receiving life-saving treatment at a California hospital - and has stood up for the first time in months. Above, she is seen lifting himself to her feet with the help of a machine

Standing up: Rachael Farrokh, 37, is finally receiving life-saving treatment at a California hospital – and has stood up for the first time in months. Above, she is seen lifting himself to her feet with the help of a machine

Determined: Ms Farrokh, who is five-foot-seven and weighs a mere '40-something' pounds, has not been able to stand up or walk since her decade-long disorder severely declined, leaving her emaciated and bed-bound

Determined: Ms Farrokh, who is five-foot-seven and weighs a mere ’40-something’ pounds, has not been able to stand up or walk since her decade-long disorder severely declined, leaving her emaciated and bed-bound

And she's up! With a harness around her back and a nurse beside her, the patient visibly strains and grits her teeth as she pulls herself to her feet at the UC San Diego Medical Center, which eventually accepted her

And she’s up! With a harness around her back and a nurse beside her, the patient visibly strains and grits her teeth as she pulls herself to her feet at the UC San Diego Medical Center, which eventually accepted her

Ms Farrokh is pictured in a previous YouTube video, thanking well-wishers for raising nearly $200,000

She poses with her devoted husband, Rod Edmondson, before her condition worsened

Contrast: Ms Farrokh is pictured in a previous YouTube video (left), thanking well-wishers for raising nearly $200,000, and posing with her devoted husband, Rod Edmondson (right), before her condition worsened

The actress’s devoted husband, Rod Edmondson, who quit his job to become his wife’s 24-hour caregiver when her condition worsened, shared the ‘exciting news’ on Facebook on June 20.

The ex-personal trainer said: ‘We finally made it! Thanks to all of you who have been sending good thoughts… We are so excited to tell everyone that we are now safely in an Eating Disorder facility.

‘We have a lot of work ahead of us but with the love and support we will fight this to recovery!’

He added that doctors at Denver Health Medical Center – the only hospital that had initially agreed to treat Ms Farrokh – had ruled it was too dangerous to airlift her to its ACUTE eating disorder center.

‘Due to the concerns the doctors had at the hospital about her taking a medical airlift, they reached out to multiple hospitals,’ he told the 3,600 people he is now friends with on his Facebook page.

‘UCSD had called us recently and after much back and forth, they thankfully decided to take her on. It was only about an hour by ambulance and she handled it like a champ.’

Aside from therapy to build up her strength, the details of Ms Farrokh’s treatment remain unclear.

Staff will likely attempt to start the refeeding process without giving her too many calories at once (something Mr Edmondson warns could ‘kick up her metabolism’ and cause even more weight loss).

In good spirits: Ms Farrokh is pictured being wheeled into the UC San Diego Medical Center on June 20 after doctors at a hospital in Denver, Colorado, apparently determined it was too risky for her to be flown there

In good spirits: Ms Farrokh is pictured being wheeled into the UC San Diego Medical Center on June 20 after doctors at a hospital in Denver, Colorado, apparently determined it was too risky for her to be flown there

Mr Edmondson (pictured with his Ms Farrokh) quit his job to become his wife's 24-hour caregiver when her condition spiraled downward. He shared the 'exciting news' of her new treatment on Facebook on June 20

Mr Edmondson (pictured with his Ms Farrokh) quit his job to become his wife’s 24-hour caregiver when her condition spiraled downward. He shared the ‘exciting news’ of her new treatment on Facebook on June 20

Too risky to airlift: The ex-personal trainer said: 'We finally made it! Thanks to all of you who have been sending good thoughts... We are so excited to tell everyone we are now safely in an Eating Disorder facility'

Too risky to airlift: The ex-personal trainer said: ‘We finally made it! Thanks to all of you who have been sending good thoughts… We are so excited to tell everyone we are now safely in an Eating Disorder facility’

Hospital: He added that doctors at Denver Health Medical Center - the only hospital that had initially agreed to treat Ms Farrokh - had ruled it was too dangerous to airlift her to its ACUTE eating disorder center. They had subsequently reached out to 'multiple hospitals' for help - and UCSD (pictured) agreed to take Ms Farrokh

Hospital: He added that doctors at Denver Health Medical Center – the only hospital that had initially agreed to treat Ms Farrokh – had ruled it was too dangerous to airlift her to its ACUTE eating disorder center. They had subsequently reached out to ‘multiple hospitals’ for help – and UCSD (pictured) agreed to take Ms Farrokh

Since Ms Farrokh’s admission to the hospital, Mr Edmondson has uploaded several videos of his wife, including one of her meeting Chopper the Biker Dog, a Boston terrier that visits hospitals.

In the latest video, Ms Farrokh is captured using a specialized machine to stand up – something she has not been able to do since her decade-long disorder severely declined, leaving her bed-bound.

With a harness around her back and a nurse beside her, the patient visibly strains and grits her teeth as she pulls herself to her feet. Mr Edmondson captioned the footage: ‘#determination.’

He told his Facebook friends of his wife: ‘Even though she has been working daily through a lot of pain, she has kept her promise and is fighting hard. We thank you for your encouraging words.’

It comes just five weeks after Ms Farrokh posted a video on YouTube thanking well-wishers for their donations – now totaling a whopping $196,427 – which she said had given her ‘a chance to live’.

In the YouTube video, Rachael Farrokh revealed that the $185, 902 raised by members of the public had paid for a ‘handpicked’ team of medics to treat her at her bedside in Southern California.

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Emotional: It comes just five weeks after Ms Farrokh posted a video on YouTube (above)  thanking well-wishers for their donations - now totaling a whopping $196,427 - which she said gave her 'a chance to live'

Emotional: It comes just five weeks after Ms Farrokh posted a video on YouTube (above)  thanking well-wishers for their donations – now totaling a whopping $196,427 – which she said gave her ‘a chance to live’

Shocking: In the YouTube video, the 37-year-old also revealed that the $186,000 raised by members of the public has paid for a 'handpicked' team of medics to treat her at her bedside in Southern California. Above, Ms Farrokh is filmed being helped to her feet by her husband, Ron Edmondson, who is now her full-time caregiver

Shocking: In the YouTube video, the 37-year-old also revealed that the $186,000 raised by members of the public has paid for a ‘handpicked’ team of medics to treat her at her bedside in Southern California. Above, Ms Farrokh is filmed being helped to her feet by her husband, Ron Edmondson, who is now her full-time caregiver

Weak: Ms Farrokh said area hospitals wouldn't treat her because her 'dangerous' weight made her a 'liability'

Weak: Ms Farrokh said area hospitals wouldn’t treat her because her ‘dangerous’ weight made her a ‘liability’

Sitting in her bed with a black vest top exposing her tiny frame, she told viewers: ‘Hi, everyone. It’s me, Rachael. I want to thank you all for everything you are doing for us. It’s been so overwhelmingly good in our lives. And i actually have a chance to live. What you guys have done has been amazing.’

‘Because of you guys, I was able to see the doctor again. She instructed me on what the proper care right now for me is – to stay here. And she arranged for having a handpicked team of what I need to be brought here at my bedside, until I can build up to get to the treatment I can get to.

We are so excited to tell everyone that we are now safely in an Eating Disorder facility. We have a lot of work ahead of us but with the love and support we will fight this to recovery!
Rod Edmondson, husband

‘But right now, the treatment that I need is coming here – and it’s because of you. And it’s going to be a long recovery, could be three to five years… but with your support, I know I can do this.’

Ms Farrokh’s ‘handpicked’ medical team included a doctor, a registered nurse, a therapist, and other specialists.

The video was posted several weeks after Ms Farrokh uploaded her first video to YouTube, pleading with viewers to help her conquer her ‘very severe kind of anorexia’ by donating ‘anything you can’.

In the first video, a gaunt-looking Ms Farrokh said: ‘I’ve been suffering from this for quite a while now. I’m five-[foot]-seven, 40-something pounds and no hospitals will even take me at this point.

‘There’s one hospital across the country [Denver Health Medical Center] that can help, and my chances are very slim. We need your help. Rod is now my 24-hour caregiver.

‘In order for us to get [to the hospital that can help]…and I’m not one to ever ask for help…I need your help, otherwise I don’t have a shot. And I’m ready to get better.’

Ms Farrokh met Mr Edmondson, 41, while he was working as a personal trainer at her gym. Prior to her battle with anorexia, she was a beautiful, active, healthy woman, Mr Edmondson told ABC.

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They Call It Baby Yoga, Real People Call It Child Abuse

Small child is swung around while giggling adults watch, and they call it ‘child yoga’
A tiny baby boy is flipped, twisted and spun around like a rag doll in shocking footage posted on the internet of ‘child yoga.’

The horrifying video, posted on Facebook, shows the naked baby boy, who is just months old, being flipped over and swung in circles by a woman.

It is thought she is carrying out the controversial practice of ‘baby yoga’ which has been banned from a number of websites through fear it glorifies child abuse.

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Horrifying: Swung around like a toy, a tiny baby boy is flipped, twisted and spun around in shocking footage of 'child yoga'

Horrifying: Swung around like a toy, a tiny baby boy is flipped, twisted and spun around in shocking footage of ‘child yoga’

Concerning: The shocking video shows the naked baby boy, who is just months old, is flipped over and swung in circles by a woman

Concerning: The shocking video shows the naked baby boy, who is just months old, is flipped over and swung in circles by a woman

The baby appears visibly distressed and becomes redder and redder as a result of the horrific treatment.

The unknown Russian lady, who is smiling throughout, calls the child ‘an idiot’ and even asks him ‘what’s the matter’ when he begins to cry.

Throughout the video she is heard to say: ‘He wants me to do it. He wants it. The little idiot. He likes it like this.’

Crying out: The baby appears visibly distressed and becomes redder and redder as a result of the horrific treatment

Crying out: The baby appears visibly distressed and becomes redder and redder as a result of the horrific treatment

Cruel: The unknown Russian lady, who is smiling throughout, calls the child 'an idiot'' and even asks him 'what's the matter' when he begins to cry

Cruel: The unknown Russian lady, who is smiling throughout, calls the child ‘an idiot” and even asks him ‘what’s the matter’ when he begins to cry

She then asks the crying baby: ‘What’s the matter? Why are you crying?’

It is unclear if the video is fake or whether the child is actually real – but extreme baby yoga is said to be common in Eastern Russia.

The controversial practice has become highly popular in the country and many parents pay ‘professionals’ to administer the extreme yoga to their young children.

Sessions can often last up to five minutes and babies are spun, swung and flipped – often by a single limb.

It is believed it increases blood flow to the baby’s joints and will make the child grow bigger and stronger than it normally would.

Baby yoga: The controversial practice has become highly popular in the country and many parents pay 'professionals' to administer the extreme yoga to their young children

Baby yoga: The controversial practice has become highly popular in the country and many parents pay ‘professionals’ to administer the extreme yoga to their young children

Fling: Sessions can often last up to five minutes and babies are spun, swung and flipped - often by a single limb

Fling: Sessions can often last up to five minutes and babies are spun, swung and flipped – often by a single limb

Yesterday Lana Wilson, who discovered the video on the social networking site, said she thought it was ‘horrific beyond words’.

She said: ‘I found a disgusting video on Facebook which is horrific beyond words.

‘Many users have already been in contact with Facebook to remove said video but they deemed it non threatening and violent.

Maybe they weren’t watch the same video, but this is disgusting, these parents need to be locked up.

‘I find it unbelievable that the video is still sitting there, it make me sick with horror just watching it.’

The video, called ‘real baby swung around by mum’, has 87,863 likes, been shared 6,987 times – but has also attracted 81,329 negative comments.

One disgusted viewer wrote: ‘Only managed to watch a couple of seconds of this sick video! All the people involved in this need to be strung up!!

‘Can’t believe what I just witnessed, sick to the bottom of my stomach.’

Another wrote: ‘This is an awful video and that is no mum who would do this to a new born baby. She needs locking up poor little fella. He just wants cuddles.’

Practice: Believers of the baby yoga think it increases blood flow to the baby's joints and will make the child grow bigger and stronger than it normally would

Practice: Believers of the baby yoga think it increases blood flow to the baby’s joints and will make the child grow bigger and stronger than it normally would

Online: The video, called 'real baby swung around by mum', has 87,863 likes, been shared 6,987 times - but has also attracted 81,329 negative comments

Online: The video, called ‘real baby swung around by mum’, has 87,863 likes, been shared 6,987 times – but has also attracted 81,329 negative comments

Lena Fokina, who is not in the video but has become well known for practicing the bizarre routines, told reporters in an interview last year that the movements were designed to improve baby’s muscular abilities.

The Russian said: ‘The method was originally developed to cure and correct the health of children having muscular or skeletal problems but it is also suitable for healthy children.

‘The movements are designed to improve their muscular abilities and development.

‘And the children often turn out to be early readers, singers, talkers, swimmers. It also makes their hands stronger. We are humanists and we don’t do anything wrong.’

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Toddler placed on a leash rescued from demonic mother

The Department of Social Welfare and Development has taken into custody a young boy who was photographed with a rope around his neck and being treated like a puppy by his own mother

The boy, estimated to be three to five years old, was rescued by social workers in Orani, Bataan, on Tuesday from his mother, who reportedly posted photographs of her child on Facebook.

The child will undergo a medical examination to check for any injuries and his general state of health, after which he will be brought to a reception and study center for children and the youth in the province, which is under the DSWD in Region 3.

Marilyn Tigas, head of the DSWD provincial office in Bataan, said both the child and the mother will undergo psychological assessment.

“The parent will undergo continuous counseling and we will assess the parenting capabilities of the mother,” the official said in a radio interview.

The rescue of the child came after social welfare secretary Corazon Soliman ordered the DSWD regional office in Central Luzon to track down the whereabouts of the child’s mother, who uploaded photographs of the abuse on Facebook.

The mother, Soliman said, is clearly liable for violating Republic Act 7610 or the Anti Child Abuse Law and the Anti-Violence Against Women and Children Act.

“Even if it was made in jest, it was done in bad taste. The child does not know that it is just a joke,” the social welfare secretary said.

On Monday, photographs of a naked child on all fours and with a rope around the neck went viral on Facebook.

The boy was depicted crawling near a dish full of dog food. The photographs were allegedly posted by a certain Ayra dela Cruz Francisco, with the caption: “Bago ko nga palang alagang aso haha. Lakas ng tama ng anak ko sunod sunuran naman, dami kong tawa dito grabe (My new pet dog. My child’s stoned to death he follows everything I told him. Got so many laughs here).”

Francisco had already deactivated her account but several hate pages featuring the photographs had been created, with more than 30,000 shares as of press time.

Tigas said the woman, a stay-at-home mom, did not expect the photograph to go viral and generate such negative feedback among netizens.

“Her child and a cousin were playing in an area where there were many animals, as if they were mimicking animals. The mother photographed her son seemingly in jest,” the DSWD official said.

The mother initially resisted in letting social workers take her child, even promising to issue a public apology, but authorities wanted to rescue the child.

Tigas said the mother may be charged with child abuse for treating her child in such a manner and even uploading it on Facebook.

Tigas said the mother remained at home although social workers will conduct a psychological assessment on her.

The DSWD will also evaluate the mother to determine her capacity to take care of her child.

“No one has the right to treat a child like a toy. Whoever does this can be punished under the law,” Soliman stressed, adding that the one who took the photograph has no right to take care of a child.

Assistant secretary Javier Jimenez said barangay officials can also step in and seek an application for a protection order so that the child can be rescued from the situation.

Meanwhile, the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group said it is willing to help the DSWD in filing charges against the child’s mother.

CIDG spokesperson Chief Insp. Elizabeth Jasmin said they have handled 14 cases of child abuse this year, with the culprits usually members of the child’s family, neighbors and teachers.

“We are waiting for the coordination of the DSWD with us, we are ready to accept the affidavits of the complainants so we can file charges against the perpetrator,” the police official said.

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