MODEL Chloe Ayling turned up at a photoshoot in Milan last year – and was drugged and spirited away stuffed in a suitcase to be sold as a sex slave. The Londoner was kept captive in a remote farmhouse for six days by Polish-born Lukasz Herba, 30, who told her he worked for a human trafficking ring called Black Death. British glamour model Chloe Ayling’s ‘kidnapper’ Lucasz Herba appears in Italian court to give evidence He had set up the fake modelling assignment and announced that Chloe, who has a son aged two, would be auctioned off on the dark web — but eventually ended up handing her over to the British Consulate. Earlier this month Herba, 30, was found guilty of kidnap and sentenced to 16 years and nine months in jail. Yesterday, the model hit back at abduction doubters and said ‘I was willing to have sex with cruel kidnapper to stay alive’. Here Chloe, 21, of Coulsdon, South London, reveals the horrifying day-by-day ordeal in … [Read more...] about Brit model Chloe Ayling shares harrowing diary from her abduction and says: ‘I was grabbed, injected and put in a bag… I was told: You are for sale’
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KIM Jong-un was a greedy, violent schoolboy who demanded his classmates obeyed and respected him, an intelligence study reveals. The analysis carried out for America and South Korea paints a picture of a young Kim which bears striking similarities with his 36-year-old self. A source who spoke to new-site Axios said: “The picture that emerged from literally dozens of interviews bears a striking similarity with the man he has emerged into today, “Gluttonous, prone to fits of anger and swaggering around his classmates. “Kim Jong-un was an [inattentive] student but demanded slavish loyalty from other children in his wake.” The findings came about after compiling and analysing numerous interviews with teachers, students and others who knew him at his prestigious Liebefeld-Steinhölzli public school in Koeniz, south of Bern. Kim attended from the age of 11 in 1994 and stayed there until 1997. The source even alleged young Kim was something of a hooligan who … [Read more...] about Violent, distracted and big-headed…. what Kim Jong-un was REALLY like as a child revealed in new intelligence files
I have read with interest and reflection the opinion pieces and letters to the editor about the Oklahoma Taxpayers Unite effort to collect signatures for a referendum on the tax increases passed by the state Legislature.I wholeheartedly agree we need to have our teachers at salaries that attract the best and the brightest to educate our most valuable resource, our children. We should have the highest-paid teachers in our area of the country and the most accountable.But what happened in the Legislature will cause Oklahoma to fail, not succeed. The Legislature has raised over $1.1 billion in new taxes since 2015. But what they have not done is look at every state agency and ask what is the goal of each, how do they spend their money and are they transparent with the resources they get. Bureaucracies by their very nature are not efficient. Their goal is survival and expansion and most are not mission-focused, but survival-focused. That is just human nature.Take, for example, the recent … [Read more...] about Dr. Tom Coburn: We should pay teachers better, but tax increases without oversight won’t work
JOHN BOYEGA grew up on the same South London housing estate where his sister’s ten-year-old friend Damilola Taylor was stabbed in the leg and died. A deeply affected John, then aged nine, found solace in attending a local theatre group, where he studied ballet, tap and contemporary dance. He occasionally got bullied for it — “Doing ballet in Peckham. You’re going to get whooped in the back of your head!” he once said — but since landing a major role in Star Wars and other mainstream Hollywood movies, it’s fair to say he’s having the last laugh. And this week, controversial US stripper-turned-rapper Cardi B has been defending her colourful past as part of Bronx street gang Bloods by pointing out: “I was just raised in a bad society.” In other words, where she lived, joining a gang wasn’t a choice as such, it was an act of self-preservation. And it was a love of hip-hop that ultimately proved her saviour. The point being … [Read more...] about Giving prisoners a chance to do arts can help them to clean up their act
FOLLOWING airstrikes on suspected chemical sites in Syria, Britain is bracing itself for a response from dictator Assad's major ally Russia. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has warned the UK needs to be prepared for a Kremlin-directed cyber attack. Will Britain be hit by a cyber attack? The Foreign Secretary said UK intelligence agencies were taking “every possible precaution” to protect against online warfare. There are fears an attack would cripple the UK - striking hospitals, transport, water or energy supplies, banks and even air traffic control. Britain's spying agencies have been put on stand-by to hit back against the Kremlin if they launch a retaliatory attack for Britain’s role in the 105-missile blitz on the Russia-backed Syrian regime on Saturday. It came as intelligence insiders even warned that Russia’s revenge could come in the form of ‘kompromat’ – the release of embarrassing information on leading UK politicians … [Read more...] about Will there be a Russian cyber attack on the UK, what methods could be used and how would Britain respond?