New video surfaces showing Freddie Gray arrest in Baltimore (BLOG)

(Reuters) - A new video has surfaced revealing a key part of the arrest of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore black man whose death from injuries sustained in police custody sparked riots and led to a federal investigation.
Gray died on April 19 from spinal injuries suffered during his arrest a week earlier. His death touched off protests and rioting in the largely black city and heightened national tensions over police treatment of minorities.The video, shot by a bystander and posted on the Baltimore Sun's website on Wednesday, shows officers putting Gray in leg shackles and handcuffs before placing him in a police van head first and on his stomach.
Six officers have been charged in Gray's death, including one with a count of murder. The U.S. Justice Department is investigating the Baltimore Police Department for brutality and civil rights violations.
Officers arrested Gray in west Baltimore for possessing a switchblade knife. They put him in a transport van without securing him with a seat belt, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said this month in announcing charges against the officers.
The video lasts a few seconds and shows the van stopped a block away from the arrest site. Gray is halfway out of the wagon, his stomach flat on the floor and his legs hanging off the back.
He does not move as four officers stand over him and place shackles around his ankles. Mosby said he also was put in handcuffs.
She has said that following the stop, Gray sustained a neck injury from being handcuffed, shackled and unrestrained inside the police wagon.
A city surveillance camera recorded part of the scene but did not show Gray at the back of the van, the Sun reported.
Police said in a statement on Twitter that because of a technical glitch footage from the camera was never uploaded to the department's YouTube website with other surveillance video in the case.
Police did not respond for a request for comment about the bystander's video. A Mosby spokeswoman had no immediate comment.
Baltimore has been hit by an upsurge in violence since Gray's death. The city had recorded 96 homicides for 2015 by Tuesday, compared with 69 for the same period last year, and added one overnight, according to the police Twitter feed.
Baltimore has posted 35 murders since Gray's death. That count includes Gray and a 2014 death that was ruled a homicide.

Spotify Adds Video to Music Service (Blog)

Music-streaming service Spotify AB said Wednesday it will expand its ambitions in entertainment by offering video programming and podcasts, a strategy meant to tap into fast-growing areas of digital media.

The closely-held company said its online video content will include news and clips from outlets like ABC, BBC, ESPN, NBC, Comedy Central, Maker Studios and Vice Media.

In addition, Spotify said it is also introducing original content, such as “A Full English,” a show that will feature artists and other personalities who search for common ground over breakfast.

The Wall Street Journal reported on Spotify’s video plans earlier this month.

The company also unveiled a new interface meant to serve up content recommendations based on a user’s taste and mood, and a running service that adapts to a listener’s running tempo.

The moves come as Spotify is facing challenges in its core business. The company has yet to turn a profit in the streaming-music industry, where its rivals include Pandora Media Inc.,Apple Inc.’s Beats and rapper Jay Z’s Tidal. Spotify said in January that it had 60 million users going into 2015, 15 million of which were paying $9.99 a month for its ad-free premium service.

The video foray coincides with talks in which Spotify seeks to raise more than $400 million from investors in a round of funding that would value the company at more than $8.4 billion, The Wall Street Journal has reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

Spotify has assembled a deep roster of content partners for the video service. ViacomInc.’s cable network Comedy Central will distribute clips from shows like “Broad City,” while Vice Media will feature clips from its international news reporting team. The videos will be available to both subscribers and nonsubscribers.

Spotify Chief Executive Daniel Ek said that the discussions with media companies began about two years ago, and then heated up recently. “We’ve been threading this space very carefully and thinking about our role,” he said.

Media companies will be paid upfront fees for their programming and will get a cut of the revenue when ads are eventually introduced, according to people familiar with the matter.

Mr. Ek declined to discuss terms of the deals, but said video ads will come to Spotify soon. “We are seeing that as a very important revenue source for us,” he said.

The company’s strategy appears to be different from rival video companies like YouTube that offer an enormous selection of content from all manner of creators. “We are being very selective in terms of what partners we work with and how we take them to this platform,” Mr. Ek said.

Within the Walt Disney Co. media stable, ABC is distributing clips from “ Jimmy KimmelLive,” while ESPN will provide snippets of the documentary series “30 for 30.”

The Web video company Tastemade is co-producing a pair of original series with Spotify, while also planning to deliver content from its vast YouTube library.

Steven Kydd, Tastemade’s co-founder, said the deal with Spotify happened very quickly over the past few weeks. He had yet to see the video product until today.

“As a user of the product, you can see how the personalization really works. I have to believe they are going to bring the same thoughtfulness to discovery of content as they have for music,” Mr. Kydd said.

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Biker arrested in Waco is former San Antonio vice cop (BLOG)

(CNN)An ex-vice detective who embraced the culture of a reputed outlaw biker gang.
A 62-year-old who posts images of his ailing mother with her pooch in one Facebook post and raunchy sex jokes in the next.
A man who poses alongside his son, middle finger to the air, then lauds his work with special needs children and extols the blessing of healthy grandchildren.
Much like the black-and-white goatee he has been rocking since at least 2013, Marty Lewis represents a dichotomy.
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Lewis is one of the 170 bikers arrested and charged with engaging in organized criminal activity after a brawl and shootout at a Waco, Texas, restaurant left nine bikers dead. He remained in the McLennan County Jail on Wednesday with many of his biker brethren, unable to post the $1 million bail set by a judge.
The chaos in Waco began when motorcycle gangs converged on the Twin Peaks restaurant for a Sunday meeting and an uninvited gang showed up, police say. An altercation spilled from the bathroom to the bar to the patio to the parking lot as the bikers beat, stabbed and shot each other before turning their weapons on law enforcement, according to police.
    Just over a decade ago, Lewis could have been the one putting folks in cuffs.
    He was a detective and worked in the vice unit at the San Antonio Police Department for 32 years, retiring in February 2004, according to a police statement.
    "As far as my office is aware, he was a vice detective. Our vice unit primarily investigates prostitution, gambling, and liquor violations. At this point, we don't have info that he was ever assigned to infiltrate a gang," San Antonio police spokesman Sgt. Javier Salazar told CNN.
    Police have not announced the gangs involved in the deadly violence, but it's been widely reported that the Bandidos and Cossacks were the principal participants in the shootout. While the U.S. Justice Department casts the Bandidos as a criminal enterprise involved in drug production and trafficking, longtime member Jimmy Graves told CNN that isn't the case.
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    "We are not a gang. We do not do gang things. We are not affiliated with gangs," he said.
    Older photos on Lewis' Facebook page show him wearing the logos of Texas' Los Patrons Motorcycle Club with a few Bandidos patches, such as the acronym S.Y.L.B., short for "support your local Bandidos."
    At some point in 2014, he traded in that black leather vest with the braided trim for a suede, button-up vest bearing only the trademark red-and-yellow patches of the Bandidos.
    His most recent images show him in another black vest with red trim and red-and-yellow patches, including one that says "Valerosos," the Spanish plural for brave, and another that says, "FTW," which can mean "forever two wheels" or "f*** the world."
    His likes on Facebook include motorcycle outfitters and other clubs, and he boasts dozens of friends posing alongside their choppers or using Bandidos logos as their profile images. Many have blacked out their profile images in what appears to be a response to the deadly Waco shootout.
    Lewis talks on Facebook about being a 1%er. Some say it is a reference to a decades-old American Motorcycle Association assertion that 99% of bikers were law-abiding and family-oriented, but the AMA disputes ever making the statement. Other self-proclaimed 1%ers say it simply signifies a nonconformist attitude toward society.
    The Bandidos website says, "We are a 1% motorcycle club. We live our lives without excuses and give respect where it is earned. You can say anything you want about us as long as it's the truth."
    Alongside the selfies at Bandidos shindigs -- many with Lewis shooting birds at the camera -- and the jokes about boozing, masturbation and sex toys are plenty of posts about family and Christmas, including one about how the Temptations' rendition of " 'Silent Night' takes a brother back." He also jokes about a 16-cent check he received from his Harley-Davidson stock holdings.
    "Drinks on me," he quipped.
    He also posted several photos of his mom, some in which she's cuddling her beloved dog and another in which she's decked out in Bandidos regalia, and days later added an image of an elderly white woman showing off her "f*** the police" chest tattoo.
    In February 2014, he thanked his friends who had texted or called with "words of comfort" after his mom's death a few days earlier.
    "Mom I Love You and I'll finish by say'n "Well Done," he wrote.
    In October, responding to a woman sharing the news that her daughter had just had a baby, he shared a warm congratulations.
    "That is a bless'n," he wrote. "I work with special need kids everyday and folk don't know how lucky they are to have healthy children...These kids just warm your heart and makes me realize that I'm so lucky to have had all my kids and grands born healthy."

    Snoop Dogg Smoked Weed at the White House (BLOG)

    Celebrities are always revealing their darkest secrets on Watch What Happens Live. (Perhaps it has something to do with all of the tasty libations on set.) So when Snoop Dogg came on as a guest, it was a surety that Andy Cohen would grill the rapper on his marijuana habits. But as it turns out, Snoop came to Andy's Truth-Telling Tea Timeready to spill, saying the biggest event he'd ever attended high was a visit to the White House.
    And Willie Geist's reaction to the news is all of us right now.
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    But... there was more to Snoop's story!
    "It was an awesome experience. It's one for the ages and I can't wait for [President Obama] to, you know, come out of the office so we can talk about what really, really, really went down," Snoop said. Then, when Cohen asked if he simply arrived stoned or if he actually smoked on the premises of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the 43-year-old responded, "That's what I was trying to get to, you know what I'm saying?"

    Snoop went on the say he met The Butler and that he "slid him a little somethin' somethin'." Presumably, he meant Eugene Allen, who served as the White House's head butler until 1986 and inspired the movie The Butler. However, we have doubts about this part of the "Gin and Juice" rapper's story. Allen served as the White House head butler until 1986 and though he did attend Obama's swearing-in ceremony, it's unclear if the two men ever actually met.

    Freddie Gray Arrest: Cell Phone Video May Shed More Light on Case (BLOG)

    Shaky cell phone video released today may show officers with Freddie Gray during one of the stops made while the Baltimore man was in police custody after his arrest, according to a report.
    The Baltimore Sun released the footage taken by an unidentified witness. The video appears to show police officers surrounding Gray, 25, as he is motionless outside a police van.
    It is the latest of several videos that have emerged in the case.
    Police took Gray into custody in Baltimore on April 12. An officer was heard telling dispatch at 8:40 a.m. that officers had one person in custody in the 1700 block of Presbury Street, two blocks south of North and Mount Streets, police said.
    The cell phone footage takes place at the first stop officers made during Gray's apprehension, at the corner of Mount and Baker streets, according to The Baltimore Sun. Multiple police are seen in the video, though it is not clear which of six officers arrested in the case are involved in this particular moment.
    Reached for comment about the video, State Attorney’s Office Director of Communications Rochelle Ritchie said, “We have nothing to add at this point.”
    Earlier this month, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said officers put flex cuffs on Gray's wrists and leg cuffs on his legs before loading him “on his stomach, head first into the wagon.”
    Top row, from left: Caesar R. Goodson Jr., Garrett E. Miller, Edward M. Nero; bottom row, from left: William G. Porter, Brian W. Rice, Alicia D. White
    Top row, from left: Caesar R. Goodson Jr., Garrett E. Miller, Edward M. Nero; bottom row, from left: William G. Porter, Brian W. Rice, Alicia D. White
    Officers Caesar Goodson Jr., William Porter, Edward Nero and Garrett Miller, Lt. Brian Rice, and Sgt. Alicia Miller were arrested and charged in Gray's death. Two of the officers face only misdemeanor counts while four face felony charges, The Associated Press reported. Goodson faces the most serious charge, second-degree "depraved heart" murder.
    The officers have not yet entered pleas, according to White's attorney, Ivan Bates, who had no comment on the new video other than saying he did not see White in it.
    However, Michael Davey, an attorney hired by one of the officers who spoke on behalf of all six, said after charges were filed, “These officers will be vindicated because they have done nothing wrong.”
    He added, “No officer injured Mr. Gray, caused harm to Mr. Gray, and [they] are truly saddened by his death.”
    Gray sustained a spinal injury when he was in custody and required medical attention. He went into a coma several days later and died a week after his apprehension.
    It remains unclear why Gray was taken into custody, with police only noting he ran away from officers.

    J. Cole and pals Big Sean and Jeremih play Planet Hollywood Resort (BLOG)

    Hip-hop music only gets bigger when Grammy-nominated J. Cole takes over the 7,000-seat Axis Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort on Saturday, July 18. In the past, Cole played nightclubs such as Drai’s at The Cromwell and the former Haze Nightclub at Aria.

    Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive Tour brings special guests Big Sean, YG and Jeremih as well as Dreamville artists Bas, Cozz and Omen.

    The tour is an ode to Cole’s most recent album “2014 Forest Hills Drive,” which was named for the address of his childhood home in Fayetteville, N.C., and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts. It went on to become the highest-selling hip-hop album of 2014.

    Rapper Jay Z discovered Cole in 2009, followed by two mixtape releases. His debut album “Cole World: The Sideline Story,” debuted in 2011 and earned him a nomination for best new artist at the Grammy Awards.

    His most popular songs include “Power Trip,” “Grew Up Fast” and “Forbidden Fruit.”

    Tickets range in price from $40.75 to $200.

    Tickets: Ticketmaster, (800) 745-3000

    Searching the N-Word on Google Maps Produces White House (Blog)

    Despite a temporary suspension of Google's Map Maker program, someone still managed to deface the popular service.

    The Washington Post on Tuesday reported that a Google Maps search inquiry for the racist term "n***** king" will direct you to the White House.

    "Some inappropriate results are surfacing in Google Maps that should not be, and we apologize for any offense this may have caused," a Google spokeswoman told PCMag. "Our teams are working to fix this issue quickly."

    As of Wednesday afternoon, the search yielded no results, though USA Todayreported that results vary by location.

    A similar search of the phrase "n***a house," however, still zooms directly in on the White House—"Iconic home of America's president," as the map says. (PCMag partially obscured the insulting term in the image above.)

    This is not the first instance of erroneous Google Maps results. Last month, a snowboard shop known as Edward's Snow Den was edited into Google Maps inside the White House executive mansion, a reference to the NSA leaker currently on the run in Russia.

    Eagle-eyed users also spotted the phrase "Google Review Policy is crap" with a frowny face overlaid onto the map in a nearby area of Pakistan. A Skype logo could also be found in the vicinity of Lahore, Pakistan.A week later, users found an Android robot relieving itself onto an Apple logo in the streets of Rawalpindi, Pakistan—in the vein of those Peeing Calvin decals.

    Google chalked it up to inappropriate use of the Map Maker tool, which was temporarily suspended on May 12after manually approving edits proved too cumbersome.

    Instagram Brings Collage App “Layout” To Android Devices (Blog)

    Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) owned Instagram, has now announced the launch of its collage app "Layout" for Android devices, enabling users to experiment with photos, using layouts which can be downloaded from Google Inc.’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Play Store for free. Photo editing and publishing fans can now make collages using this app, without requiring an Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS device.

    The Layout app mimics the same user-friendly navigational tools and format interface, as released earlier in March for Instagram users on iOS devices. The app allows users to choose upto nine pictures of their choice from existing libraries, or take new ones from the Photo Booth feature. Chosen photos can then be edited and stylized by cropping, reshaping, resizing, mirroring or flipping images, depending on user preferences.

    A variety of layouts have also been made available to choose from, allowing users to experiment with the collage app and arrange photographs according to the offered grids. Other features include the “Face” option, which groups pictures together and their editing filters.

    The latest collage update has been introduced to Android devices solely because the social networking platform has been expanding drastically with 'one in five’ Instagram uploads in the form of photo collages.

    The photo-grid tool differs from other software because it initially requires users to choose their photos, and then offers them a layout, as opposed to other collage apps, which fit photos according to the grid chosen. Users can upload their photo-collages in the square form aspect ratio, usually seen on Instagram newsfeed templates.

    Instagram is also introducing its editing tool known as the “Structure”feature, which allows users to ‘enhance’ photo texture and visual details. Through its decision to diversify and introduce new photo-merging and editing tools, the social networking site has further improved upon an on-going trend for perfect photo-sharing on Social Media.

    Published: May 20, 2015 at 11:35 am EST

    Did Diddy and Drake Squash Their Beef (BLOG)

    Back in December it was reported that Diddy punched Drake at Art Basel in Miami, but now the two are allegedly entering into business together, so it really couldn't have been that deep.

    According to TMZ, the hip hop mogul met with OVO's head honcho at 1 a.m. on Monday in West Hollywood at Mel's Drive-In. Although they seemed to have been the only people at the late night meeting, somehow some alleged information about their discussion has leaked (surprise, surprise).

    If the reports are true, Drizzy and Diddy discussed collaborating on different products that would be mutually beneficial for both of them, but at this point nothing has been solidified.

    No matter what the two decide to do, if they decide to do anything at all, it's really just a relief to know that there's no bad blood between them. At this point in time, there's no place for beef in hip hop, especially when everyone can win.

    Beyonce Rose Swimsuit or bikini: Beyonce wears Derrick Rose One-Piece Swimsuit storms the internet and fans alike (BLOG)

    Derrick Rose failed to bring the Chicago Bulls to the promise land. Despite of a complete roster, Rose’s couldn’t keep the Bulls to outlast the Cavaliers.
    The good news for Rose was the move of Beyonce wearing a “Derrick Rose” Swimsuit seen in the Feeling Myself music video with Nicki Minaj. Interestingly, the video showed Beyonce wearing the Rose-themed one-piece swimsuit.
    Truly, Beyonce here expresses that she is a Derrick Rose fan. She may not be happy to see her Bulls going home early in the postseason, but she is glad to popularize and to make the swimsuit viral.
    Because Beyonce looks attractive using the Derrick Rose Swimsuit, numbers of people are asking where to buy the suit.
    By using as an online shopping destination, by using Amazon’s search feature, there’s no exact results found about the Derrick Rose’s swimsuit.
    At, it says, “We found 0 results for “derrick rose swimsuit”. At, it brings the same answer to the query, “We found 0 results for “derrick rose swimsuit”. Amazingly, Beyonce has opened the eyes of the world that a woman can wear a basketball player’s swimsuit, and it could be popular in the future.
    What do you think about the Derrick Rose’s swimsuit?

    Osama bin Laden's 'Bookshelf': Documents Reveal Obsession With Conspiracies (BLOG)

    In his Pakistani redoubt where he hid for years from American intelligence services, Osama bin Laden worked as a CEO-in-exile for al Qaeda, sending letters to his operatives, critiquing the current state of jihad, and offering strategic lessons on staying relevant and out of harm's way, newly released documents show. The records, among thousands recovered in a May 1, 2011, Navy SEAL raid on the Abbottabad, Pakistan, compound in which he was killed, offer fascinating and confounding clues into his cloistered life, and al Qaeda's efforts to develop new lines of attack and recruit members. They show bin Laden as a determined terrorist but also as a detail-oriented bureaucrat and as a man who worried about his family. Made public Wednesday by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence — all under the heading "Bin Laden's Bookshelf" — the documents span the terror chief's private life. They include personal letters, internal al Qaeda messages and operational analyses. They also include publicly available material — government reports, religious tracts, news articles and maps. In a 2008 letter to one of his wives, bin Laden outlined his wishes in the event that he was killed, asking that their daughters marry mujahidin "or else to good people," and their son be sent to do jihadist battle. Also among bin Laden's collection was an al Qaeda job application that asked a lot of typical questions — past jobs, career objectives, criminal convictions — along with "Do you want to execute a suicide operation?" and "Who should we contact in case you became a martyr?" In what is described as a "verbally released document" for an operative's criminal trial, bin Laden stated his broad goals. "By God, we shall not stop, God willing, except at the doorsteps of the White House, and to raise the banner of monotheism on their so-called Statue of Liberty." In an undated letter, bin Laden urged jihadists to establish "bases" outside of Afghanistan "because this country is not only one of the biggest supporters of the international infidel, but is its guide and one of its main partners." The documents also include bin Laden's library of English-language books, which indulged his interest in conspiracy theories about the United States. The titles included: "Confessions of an Economic Hitman," a bestseller that examined what author John Perkins called "the secret history of events that have created the current American Empire." "The Secrets of the Federal Reserve" by Eustace Mullins, an anti-Semite who alleged that America's central banking system was created from a conspiracy involving politicians, monopolists and European and Jewish bankers. a copy of a 1977 joint Congressional hearing on Project MKULTRA, the CIA's program of research into behavioral modification. "Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies" by the philosopher Noam Chomsky. and "Bloodlines of the Illuminati" by Fritz Springmeier, billed an expose of a secret society that control the world. Pakistani media personnel and local resi AAMIR QURESHI Pakistani media personnel and local residents gather outside the hideout of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden following his death by US Special Forces. Bin Laden also read books and articles that questioned the official narrative on the 9/11 attacks, which he financed. He kept a copy of a 2005 Los Angeles Times review of a documentary that argued that politicians, the security industry and media had over-hyped the threat of international terrorism. And, not surprisingly, he was attracted to writers who analyzed and criticized America's foreign policy, in particular its war against terrorism. Among the books on that subject were "Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror" by retired CIA agent Michael Scheuer, who ran the CIA's bin Laden department, and "Obama's Wars" by Washington Post writer and Watergate legend Bob Woodward. Books on counter-insurgency and guerrilla operations and a handbook on international law were also found. So was part of an article from Time about AOL's declining stock. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released the documents as part of an intense review of material collected in the raid as mandated by the 2014 Intelligence Authorization Act. More documents remain under consideration for possible release. Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., who pushed for the documents to be made public, said on Wednesday that the first batch was "a step in the right direction" toward declassifying the entire trove. — with Tony Capra and Daniel Arkin This is a developing news story. Please refresh for updates. First published May 20th 2015, 11:09 am byline photo PETE WILLIAMS Pete Williams is an NBC News correspondent based in Washington, D.C. He has been covering the Justice... Expand Bio

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