“The justice system doesn’t make sense sometimes.” The corruption of prison guards and institutional racism within the criminal justice system is a problem in many parts of the world. In this episode of Informers, an ex-convict in the UK tells us about his experiences in prison – where he witnessed drones dropping off ten ounces of weed, widespread corruption, extreme violence and what he describes as “slave labor”.
“I found what I thought were bobcats on the trail during a run. Turns out they were cougar cubs and their mother was not happy to see me.”
An Uber driver in San Francisco who was assaulted by a passenger after he asked her to wear a mask and she refused. She was booked on an arrest warrant for charges of robbery, assault and battery, conspiracy, and violation of health and safety code.
For VICE’s Zeke Spector, putting a piece of tape over the webcam was just good practice; one never knows who may be looking in. But with the seemingly endless amount of digital meetings for work and family hangouts, Zeke had become somewhat complacent putting back on the tape after every use.
The future is here. Cinematic first-person view or FPV drones have been a growing trend in the drone industry for a few years. Now the world’s biggest consumer drone maker, DJI, is hopping on that wave with its first FPV drone.
A member of the U.S. Coast Guard opened fire on a shark as it swam toward some 40 crew members enjoying a leisurely swim in the Pacific Ocean.
Out for a cheeky hour flying their planes when they noticed an Apache coming over way. It flew round parimiter of the park and they noticed it started to turn towards them at which point one guy got out his phone and recorded it. They could not believe their eyes they were like school children ha ha ha!
From lions mane and reishi to shiitake and pink oyster, these healthy and delicious mushroom species are worth the effort it takes to grow them. With incredible cognitive and neurological benefits, these mushrooms may hold the key to solutions for many of society’s ailments.
Tattoos have long been considered taboo in Japan, where body art is most often linked to criminal gangs. People with tattoos are banned from spas, some beaches and many gyms and pools around the country. But the appearance of inked foreign athletes at the 2019 Rugby World Cup forced some in Japan to rethink their aversion to tattoos. Now tattoo fans hope doors will be opened further when Japan hosts the pandemic-delayed Tokyo Olympics in 2021, when players and fans with body art will be among the influx of visitors to the country.
NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCES and CLOSE CALLS captured by Gopro and Camera. We’ll show you what can go wrong in life when you live your life to the extreme or just living it. All of the people in the videos survived.
In his 94 years, Sir David Attenborough has seen more of the natural world than any other. With his new Netflix documentary sharing his thoughts on the future, people from the worlds of sport, film, TV, music, and natural history had the chance to ask him one burning question.
For women to look younger, they use 15 different products on their skin at a cost of thousands of dollars. For men to look younger, they just need to grow a beard then shave it off with a $2 razor.
Always Teste walks around Philly trying to get donations for his cause – an eighth ounce of weed. Ayee “jingle bells, jingle bells, let me get some weed”. Merry Christmas Everyone!
F.E.D.S. Magazine doesn’t offer subscriptions. It has no website or social media presence. You can’t find it at Barnes & Noble. But if you’ve lived in many of America’s poor, urban areas or been entangled in its penal system, you’re more than likely familiar with the publication. Its reputation for raw, authentic coverage of the criminal fringe has made it a staple in US prisons.
The HBO Max event celebrates the 30th anniversary of the beloved sitcom and sees the main living cast — Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks), Daphne Maxwell Reid (the second actress who portrayed Aunt Viv), Karyn Parsons (Hilary Banks), Tatyana M. Ali (Ashley Banks), DJ Jazzy Jeff (Jazz) and Joseph Marcell (Geoffrey) — back on the Fresh Prince set. They look back at how they first got involved in the project, with Reid and Jazzy Jeff revealing they didn’t want to do the show in the first place. The group also touches on the impact of the late James Avery (Uncle Phil), and are surprised by the news that Smith also sat down/invited Janet Hubert, the original actress who portrayed Aunt Viv for the first three seasons but left with bad blood.