NJ: Michael Knight, 37, charged in brutal Rutgers-New Brunswick assault on female student surrenders

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Michael P. Knight, 37 y.o., of Newark NJ

… Michael P. Knight of Newark has surrendered to police and been charged in a brutal attack of a college student has surrendered. Knight turned himself in on Friday night to face charges in the attack on Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus this month.  Authorities say he struck the woman on the head, severely beat her and was attempting to sexually assault her when a group intervened around 3:30 a.m. on May 4.   Knight was described as being 6-feet, 2-inches, with shoulder-length dreadlocks and several tattoos. including a large “D” on his neck.

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Mike Knight: A 6’2″ ladies man

The incident was reported to have occurred in the area of Van Dyke Hall on the College Avenue campus in New Brunswick, according to police . Knight followed the woman as she walked on the College Avenue campus on Wednesday, May 4 at 3:30 a.m.  He attacked her in the area of Van Dyke Hall, near College Avenue and Seminary Place … He struck her in the face, severely beat her, dragged her to the side of a building and was attempting to sexually assault her when a group of individuals intervened, prosecutors said. She had screamed out for help when she was first attacked, which alerted nearby witnesses. Knight fled on foot when the group intervened, running off towards Seminary Place. But as he ran, he said he had a gun and threatened to shoot one of the men who attempted to chase him.

He has been charged with aggravated assault, attempted aggravated sexual assault, kidnapping and other charges.  Knight was being held on $1 million bail and it wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer to comment on the charges. The woman was treated and released from a hospital.  Adapted from source: Michael Knight, 37, Charged In Brutal Rutgers Attack Surrenders

Meet DeShaun & Rayshaun, Stony Brook U’s intellectual heavy-hitters. They now face larceny charges

Rayshaun McGrew (l) and DeShaun Thrower (r).  Two of Stony Brook U’s cerebral power-houses that seemingly had to be imported from Muskegon and Chicago.

As if New York did not have enough homegrown idiots, dirtbags and criminals, these two prizes were brought in from out of state (likely on taxpayer or school dollars) to play hoops.  I.e.:

Two basketball players from Stony Brook University were under arrest Tuesday, after being accused in an on-campus smash and grab. Senior Rayshaun McGrew and sophomore DeShaun Thrower were accused of breaking into a fellow student’s car last Wednesday, and taking $5,000 in cash.They have been charged with grand larceny and criminal mischief.Both students played in Stony Brook’s first ever NCAA Tournament game against Kentucky… Source: DeShaun & Rayshaun leave the hood, but the hood don’t leave them

Seems that DeShaun Thrower was brought in Muskegon MI where he played hoops at a couple of the excellent public high schools there.   The other peach – Rayshaun McGrew – was brought in from a vocational school in Chicago-stan.   Thats right:  Not even smart enough to attend a Chicago public school, but amply intellectual to hack it at Stony Brook  University it seems.

Perhaps they boosted the money from the person’s car because they needed to pay their $21,000 annual out-of-state tuition.  Oh wait, that’s right, the OTHER students (and the taxpayers) are paying thier way most likely.

 

Baby monkeys given standard doses of popular vaccines develop autism symptoms | Natural News

If vaccines play absolutely no role in the development of childhood autism, a claim made by many medical authorities today, then why are some of the most popular vaccines commonly administered to children demonstrably causing autism in animal primates? This is the question many people are now asking after a recent study conducted by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh UP in Pennsylvania revealed that many of the infant monkeys given standard doses of childhood vaccines as part of the new research developed autism symptoms. Continue reading

Bachelor’s degree: Has it lost its edge and its value? | CSMonitor.com

… Once the hallmark of an educated and readily employable adult, the bachelor’s degree is losing its edge. Quicker, cheaper programs offer attractive career route alternatives while the more prestigious master’s is trumping it, making it a mere steppingstone.

Studies show that people with four-year college degrees earn more money than those without over their lifetime, that they are more likely to find jobs and, once employed, are almost twice as likely to be selected for on-the-job training.

This has prompted a stampede through college and university gates.

But studies are like photographs: They record the past. They say nothing about the clear and present danger that the bachelor’s degree is losing value… via Bachelor’s degree: Has it lost its edge and its value? – CSMonitor.com.