These are external links and will open in a new window. A mother says she is outraged after her son and nine other boys were strip-searched at school on suspicion of carrying drugs in their underwear. Police arrested two pupils, aged 15 and 16, after searching the group of year 11 boys at John Port School in Etwall, Derbyshire, on 9 March. Officers had received a tip-off the pupils were sneaking the drugs into the school in their underwear.
If you are a twenty or thirty-something year old male, I strongly advise you not to travel with El Al from Toronto , if you decide to visit Israel. My WestJet flight had just landed, and although I had over two hours before my connecting El Al departure to Tel Aviv, I decided to see where the gate was right after landing. I noticed a short queue next to the check-in counter, where a young man stood behind a podium and with a printed out list of all passengers. I stood in that line, and learned that this was security questioning that all passengers have to go through, before boarding. Those who were not connecting from a different flight went through this procedure at the time they checked in their luggage. The Israeli security agent a man perhaps in his late twenties or early thirties , looked at every single stamp in my passport, and asked why I had visited the various countries.
Imagine that, for whatever reason, you find yourself in police custody. As you wait in a cell, possibly wearing a thin paper suit because your clothes are evidence or have been taken, your period comes. You bleed out onto whatever clothes you have or onto the paper suit. Unfortunately, for women in police custody this scenario is all too real.
Last April, it looked as if he could be heading to prison when Philadelphia Police Officer Charles Klink pulled over the rental car Simmons was driving in Germantown. But instead of going to trial for drug dealing, Simmons walked free after Common Pleas Court Judge Scott DiClaudio suppressed all evidence from the search in February and the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office then dropped all charges. While patting Simmons down on the street, the officer reached into the suspect's underwear and took the cocaine packets from between his buttocks. Get the news you need to start your day.