US Video shows controversial arrest of elderly woman in L.A.
Woman cited for graffiti on rocks at Hawaiian mountain
Authorities have found the woman suspected of painting graffiti on a mountain held sacred by Native Hawaiians. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources said Tuesday the Native Hawaiian community helped officers contact with the woman, who was issued a citation.Graffiti was found on rocks last month in the Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Reserve Area. There was also graffiti on a portable restroom and other areas of Mauna Kea.Protesters have been fighting to stop a giant telescope from being built on the mountain. Protest leaders condemned the vandalism, saying it amounts to desecration.
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LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies are being criticized for the way they treated an elderly woman who refused to leave a reserved seating area in a train station in downtown Los Angeles.
sheriff's deputies forcibly removed the 76-year-old woman from her seat in Union Station. Her friend, who only wishes to be identified as Tina, captured the disturbing incident on video.
In the clip, the woman is heard repeatedly saying, "You are hurting me," as two sheriff's deputies place her in handcuffs.
Tina says her friend often sits in the reserved seating area at the train station and is rarely bothered. She has a card from a Metro officer, which she thought allowed her to sit in the space. So, when sheriff's deputies told her to leave, she refused and was subsequently arrested.
Billy Horschel apologizes, explains controversial reaction to bogey
<p>Billy Horschel has proven himself a fiery golfer, showing his emotions on the course, both in good situations and otherwise.</p>In the 99-second video below, Horschel explains what he considered an hard, tough bounce on the 13th hole, but knocked in a 5-wood chip for bogey. As you can see in the first video, Horschel's reaction was swift as he tossed his club at his caddie, Josh Cassell and walked straight to the next hole leaving his caddie to get his ball from the cup.
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