After several days of investigation, Oklahoma police in the United States managed to identify and apprehend a burglar who was wearing odd clothes while committing his robbery. Tusla officials have been probing the five robberies between July 23 and September 13 for several days.
Although the modalities of the subject had already been determined, The subject, identified as Edward Price, was eliminated by SpongeBob Shorts and Socks.
The clothes the character used to commit the crime can be seen in some of the images he used to sell on the Internet, items he stole. In this way, the authorities later managed to identify him to nab him.
Upon a search of his apartment, the police found the clothes with which the subject had committed the crime in the dryer; Several TVs, mobile phones, tablets, arms, ammunition besides other items of theft. According to the police, most of the items have already been returned to their owners.
The subject was arrested on 16 September and charged with three counts of robbery in the second degree, concealment of, possessing and selling stolen goods, and the commission of a felony, possessing a firearm.
Racial Intolerance at a Famous Amusement Park in Orlando, Florida
In other incidents, Universal Orlando settled a racial discrimination lawsuit with the claim that a character of despicable Me Standing behind a six-year-old black girl and a five-year-old Hispanic girl twice (referring to white power) made an ‘OK’ sign.
The lawsuits were filed by Tiffany and Richard Zinger, and Gessie Moreno and Joel Rodriguez for alleged encounters with the character Gru, Which was played by a different Universal worker during each of the two encounters.
Two sets of parents said their children were discriminated against in two separate incidents in February and March 2019. The first incident took place inside a Universal theme park and the second was breakfast at a resort hotel.
As per reports, the terms of the agreement reached by the parties have not been made public till now. Orlando Sentinel. The case was closed on 12 September.
in context, It is said that making the hand in the shape of ‘OK’ by touching the tips of the thumb and forefinger and then separating the other fingers is a symbol of casteism.
This is because fingers spread apart can take the form of the letter W, while the index finger and thumb can look like the tip of P, with those initials standing for “white power.”
The families originally sued Universal Orlando for $30,000, which were later increased to $150,000 and $75,000 each. Their lawsuits were filed in Orange County, Florida, where Universal is headquartered.
The county accused the famous amusement park of violating the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992, though one of the two men involved in the lawsuit at the time of the events denied its behavior was racist.
Even then, This is not the only case of racism that happens in a park of its category, In a similar case in July, the Baltimore family used a . filed a $25 million lawsuit against another amusement park with the theme of Sesame Street,
In the Universal Park case, the family accused the actors of ignoring black guests during a meeting. Quinton Burns said her daughter felt disdain: “Just seeing her face makes me cry every time I see her.”
The families also alleged that the actors touched their children without consent and it caused them emotional pain.