LOL: Pakistani Protester Dies From Inhaling Smoke From Burning American Flags At Rally Against United States, Another Killed By Beating By Police After The Animals Set Fire To A Press Club, And Yet Another Killed After Hundreds Broke Through Barricade To Get To US Consulate

September 18, 2012

PAKISTAN – In an apparent case of red, white and blue revenge, a Pakistani protester died yesterday after inhaling smoke from a burning American flag during an anti-US rally.

Abdullah Ismail succumbed at Mayo Hospital in Lahore a day after attending the fierce protest at the city’s Mall Road, where an estimated 10,000 people rallied.

Witnesses said Ismail had complained of feeling ill after breathing fumes from burning flags, Pakistan’s Express Tribune reported.

Another Pakistani protester was killed during clashes with police yesterday after demonstrators set a press club ablaze, apparently angry that their protest of an anti-Islam film wasn’t getting enough media coverage.

Hundreds set fire to the club in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province’s Upper Dir area, authorities said. Police said cops charged the crowd, beating them with batons.

The mob then set a government office ablaze.

The protester died and several were wounded when police and the demonstrators exchanged gunfire, police said.

Also yesterday, a man died after being shot in the head Sunday during a march in which hundreds of people broke through a barricade to get to the US Consulate in the southern city of Karachi.

There were more clashes in Karachi yesterday as demonstrators from the student wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami party tried to reach the consulate.

Police lobbed tear gas, fired rounds in the air and made 40 arrests. No injuries were reported.

Pakistanis have also held many peaceful protests against the film, which critically portrays the prophet Mohammed. One held in the southwest town of Chaman yesterday was attended by about 3,000 students and teachers.

The chief justice of Pakistan’s supreme court ordered the state telecommunications authority to block the film on YouTube because it is considered blasphemous.

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Los Angeles California Firefighters Investigated After Taking Part In On-The-Job Porn Movie Production

September 22, 2011

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – LA City firefighters are under investigation for allegedly taking part in porn movies on the job, Cpt. Jaime Moore of the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed to NBC4 LA.

This is the second city department this year where employees have been investigated for alleged involvement in porn movies while on duty.

In April, NBC4 LA revealed how two LA traffic cops from the LA Department of Transportation appeared in a porn movie.

LAFD insiders recently tipped off NBCLA that several firefighters allowed porn producers to use their fire engines in two adult movies that are available on one of the world’s biggest porn websites.

If participation by the firefighters is proven true, it is a violation of department policy, Moore said.

In one of the movies, shot at Venice Beach, LAFD Engine 263 is used as the backdrop by an actress performing lewd acts.

“Look at this fire truck,” says porn actress Charley Chase, as she climbs on the engine and repeatedly exposes herself. “Isn’t that nice.”

It appears that a group of firefighters are watching the movie being shot.

“I know them,” one man says on camera in the reality-style porn flick. “I’m a firefighter.”

Firefighters “set it all up ahead of time” with “the film crew” because they thought it was “good clean fun,”an insider told NBC4 LA.

In the movie, Engine 263 is parked in two disabled spots — a violation of department policy — apparently so the porn producers could use the truck.

For several minutes of the movie, the actress appears to have free access to the engine, and asks numerous passersby to fondle her.

“Look, I think we have more friends,” she says, as a group of men stop to fondle the actress.

“Zero tolerance for that,” said Cpt. Tina Haro, an LAFD spokeswoman.

Fire Chief Brian Cummings has ordered a full-scale investigation into possible misconduct by an undisclosed number of firefighters who allegedly cooperated with the porn producers, Haro said.

“The fire chief is adamant about addressing the issue, finding out what took place,” she told told NBC4 LA.

Firefighters might have a tough time explaining how their truck was used in a porn movie. Department policy says “apparatus…shall be kept in sight at all times” by firefighters assigned to it.

The policy also says LAFD employees must “operate apparatus in a way that does not compromise the reputation of the department.”

An insider told NBC4 LA “the battalion chiefs knew. Everyone at the station level knew” about the movie.

“The professional standards division is following all leads, all reasonable leads, leaving no stone unturned” in its investigation, which could take months Haro said.

That’s in stark contrast to the LA Department of Transportation, where officials learned earlier this year that two Parking Enforcement officers appeared in another porn movie, while in uniform and on duty.

LADOT didn’t launch a full investigation until the officers’ participation was revealed in an exclusive NBC4 LA report.

One officer was fired and another disciplined as a result of the city investigation. Parking Enforcement Chief Jimmy Price retired two years ahead of schedule.

The LAFD brass say they’re taking the allegations seriously.

They confirmed they’re investigating not just the firefighters from Venice, but some from another station in Hollywood.

That’s because NBC4 LA learned of yet another porn movie, where Engine 41 from Hollywood is used as a backdrop.

“Hey, turn around,” a firefighter sitting atop the truck is heard shouting to a topless actress in the movie.

LAFD officials say any employees found violating department policy by cooperating with porn producers will be disciplined.

“The fire chief absolutely will not tolerate the type of thing that might have happened in that videotape,” Haro said

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