Looters Fatally Shoot Retired Police Captain on Facebook Live Video

first_imgThe video has since been taken down, and Facebook told the Post-Dispatch that it was trying to gather information about the incident.Dorn’s wife told the paper that her husband was a friend of the pawnshop’s owner and would check on the property, including when its burglar alarm went off. There were widespread violent protests in St. Louis overnight.Courtesy: Rep. Rasheen Aldridge/Facebook A retired police captain was fatally shot by looters in St. Louis, Missouri on Tuesday, and the entire incident unfolded on Facebook Live.The victim, 77-year-old David Dorn, was killed on a sidewalk in front of a pawn shop Tuesday morning, during violent protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota.Several people, including a state pol, reportedly watched Dorn’s murder take place in a clip on the social media platform, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.“I just seen a man die on live man! Smh,” state Rep. Rasheen Aldridge wrote on Facebook. Another person commented that as Dorn was dying, no one helped him but chose to instead record the man’s death.The video has since been removed. Facebook informed the Post-Dispatch that the social media outlet is gathering information about the incident.Dorn’s wife told the newspaper that her husband was a friend of the pawn shop’s owner and would often check on the property when the burglar alarm would sound. He spent half of his life on the Missouri police force.There have been widespread violent protests in St. Louis this week, as in other locations across the country.No arrests have been made in Dorn’s killing.,A retired police captain was fatally shot by looters in St. Louis, Missouri on Tuesday, and the entire incident unfolded on Facebook Live.The victim, 77-year-old David Dorn, was killed on a sidewalk in front of a pawn shop Tuesday morning, during violent protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota.Several people, including a state pol, reportedly watched Dorn’s murder take place in a clip on the social media platform, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.“I just seen a man die on live man! Smh,” state Rep. Rasheen Aldridge wrote on Facebook. The video has since been taken down, and Facebook told the Post-Dispatch that it was trying to gather information about the incident.Dorn’s wife told the paper that her husband was a friend of the pawnshop’s owner and would check on the property, including when its burglar alarm went off. There were widespread violent protests in St. Louis overnight.Courtesy: Rep. Rasheen Aldridge/Facebook Another person commented that as Dorn was dying, no one helped him but chose to instead record the man’s death.The video has since been removed. Facebook informed the Post-Dispatch that the social media outlet is gathering information about the incident.Dorn’s wife told the newspaper that her husband was a friend of the pawn shop’s owner and would often check on the property when the burglar alarm would sound. He spent half of his life on the Missouri police force.There have been widespread violent protests in St. Louis this week, as in other locations across the country.No arrests have been made in Dorn’s killing.,The video has since been taken down, and Facebook told the Post-Dispatch that it was trying to gather information about the incident.Dorn’s wife told the paper that her husband was a friend of the pawnshop’s owner and would check on the property, including when its burglar alarm went off. There were widespread violent protests in St. Louis overnight.Courtesy: Rep. Rasheen Aldridge/Facebooklast_img read more

InCrowd continues to elevate fan engagement in football

first_img OurLeague Predictor player closes in on £20,000 jackpot prize October 5, 2018 StumbleUpon Submit Share Related Articles Share InCrowd: Our League – Delivering on Rugby League’s ‘Tribal Demands’ December 6, 2018 Our League exceeds first year expectations for InCrowd and RFL November 2, 2018 InCrowd are continuing to enrich fan engagement for supporters of Leeds United, with the launch of a new mobile app available to download on the Apple Store and the Google Play Store.LUFC fans have access to a new two-way channel between themselves and the club. The Official LUTV mobile app enables fans to engage with a host of different features no matter where they are. Features include: Full LUTV including highlights, all the latest news supported by the InCrowd push notification system, a full 2017/18 campaign fixtures and results list, official player and club Twitter feeds and access to ticket purchasing and merchandise.Commenting on the deal, Aidan Cooney, CEO of InCrowd stated: “We are extremely proud to be in partnership with one of the most prestigious football clubs in the UK. This new venture with LUFC means InCrowd now work with over 20 rights holders across four sports.”Emanuele Montoneri, Head of Media at Leeds United FC added: “From a media perspective, providing content to our fans was one of our biggest challenges. However, this has been a smooth process as a result of the perfect cooperation between Leeds United FC and InCrowd. The LUTV app currently holds a 4.5/5 rating across both the Apple and Google Play app stores.“Furthermore, the app has over 170 five-star reviews. From the point of view of the club, Leeds United will now be able to: Segment, target and send personalised messages to fans, utilise rich behavioural and location-based fan data, as well as widening sponsorship opportunities and showcasing official club content on a much improved digital platform.”last_img read more