Teen’s Remarkable Dance Routine Gets Him Invited To Las Vegas By Michael Jackson’s Estate (Video)

Teen’s Viral Michael Jackson Routine Is So Amazing That The Late Singer’s Estate Has Invited Him To Las Vegas – The Blaze

Michael Jackson’s estate has invited 17-year-old Brett Nichols to Las Vegas for a show after video of his impressive high school talent show performance went viral, TMZ reports.

Video of Nichols’ amazing MJ routine at a school talent show – complete with the moonwalk and more of the late star’s signature moves – exploded across the Internet this week, making him an overnight viral sensation.

A representative with the Jackson estate told TMZ that they were so impressed with the performance that they sent him a package that included two CDs and invitation for him and his family to see a performance of Michael Jackson ONE in Vegas.

If you missed the original performance check it out below (His dance starts at about 1:11):

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The video now has over six million views.

It should come as now surprise that Nichols won the Pitman high school talent show. He’s only been practicing that routine for about a decade.

“I guess people still miss him, it’s been five years (since his death). The younger generation appreciates the work, and not only does someone care, but someone cared to put in the time,” Nichols told News 10.

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Taxpayer-Funded Planned Parenthood Produces Video Promoting Teen Bondage And Sadomasochism

Planned Parenthood Produces Video Promoting Bondage And Sadomasochism To Teens – CNS

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE) – which received more than $2.75 million in government funding in 2012 – has produced and posted online a video specifically aimed at teenagers that promotes bondage and sadomasochism (BDSM) and proposes “rules” to follow when engaging in these activities.

“People sometimes think that those who practice BDSM are emotionally scarred or were once abused – not true, it’s a total myth,” the host of the video, Laci Green, informs its intended audience of teens.

“BDSM relies upon and creates trust,” she says.

In a message published at the beginning of PPNNE’s 2012 annual report, PPNNE President Meagan Gallagher described the genesis of the project that produced the video on bondage and sadomasochism.

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“We continued to grow our online presence, and launched an innovative social education project called ‘A Naked Notion’ (anakednotion.org),” wrote Gallagher. “The numbers show that young people took notice – PPNNE’s ‘A Naked Notion’ YouTube channel has been viewed more than a million times!”

The homepage of PPNNE’s website includes a menu of tabs that lead to internal pages. One of these is entitled “For Teens.”

“We are dedicated to protecting the sexual health of teens by providing accurate information, opportunities to explore and establish beliefs and attitudes, and the skills to communicate their needs,” says PPNNE’s “For Teens” page.

“For teens who are sexually involved, Planned Parenthood is committed to providing resources for safeguarding their emotional and physical health,” it says.

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The “For Teens” page also includes a tab leading directly to the PPNNE website’s “A Naked Notion With Laci Green” page and also a tab leading to PPNNE’s “Teen Resource Center,” which features a link to the YouTube page for “A Naked Notion With Lace Green.”

In its 2012 annual report, PPNNE said “A Naked Notion” reached “young adults” through Facebook and YouTube. “Launched ‘A Naked Notion; (anakednotion.org), a social media education project, reaching more than 2,300 young adults through Facebook and more than 11,382 on YouTube, where it has garnered more than 1,005,655 views,” said the report.

“A Naked Notion is a brand new project dedicated to frank, open conversations about sexuality,” says the PPNNE webpage for the program. “It stars sex educator Laci Green and is brought to you by Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.

Green is described by PPNNE’s website as a “22 year old San-Franciscan” and a “Sex educator, video blogger, blog blogger, crisis counselor, social scientist, asparagus lover & artichoke dipper.”

One of PPNNE’s Naked Notion videos – “Getting Kinky (BDSM 101)” – features Green telling teenagers that October is “national kink month” and a good time to talk about bondage and sadomasochism.

“According to some random websites, October has been officially declared national kink month,” says Green on the video. “And when you think about it – October and kink–they are kind of a fitting pair. Halloween and kink are both about adventure and fun and exploring rolls and dynamics that are maybe a little bit different from everyday life. So many of the common kinks out there fall under the umbrella of BDSM. You may have heard of BDSM what with all of the 50-Shades-of-Gray craze and sort of getting a lot of attention right now.

“Today,” says Green, “I want to talk about what BDSM is, what it isn’t, and some of the rules that come with it.”

“People sometimes think that those who practice BDSM are emotionally scarred or were once abused—not true, it’s a total myth,” Green says later in the video. “People across the spectrum with various backgrounds participate in BDSM. The pain-is-exhilaration concept is not only old as dirt, it’s pretty common outside the bedroom.”

Before laying out a set of actual rules to follow when engaging in BDSM, Green seeks to reassure her audience that BDSM is not “abuse” and “has rules, limits and boundaries that are respected by all parties.”

“The idea of using power and control and pain in a set scene understandably sets off alarms in some people’s heads,” says Green.

“They hear that BDSM involves spanking and pain and torture – oh, my God, it’s scary stuff,” says Green. “With no further knowledge, it’s easy to conflate BDSM with abuse. But BDSM and abuse are actually very different. BDSM is about a consensual power exchange. Abuse is not. BDSM is negotiated and agreed upon before anything happens. Abuse is not. BDSM has rules, limits and boundaries that are respected by all parties. Abuse does not. BDSM relies upon and creates trust.”

According to PPNNE’s 2012 annual report, it received $2,755,235 million in federal, state, and local funding, which accounted for 15 percent of its $18.9 million annual operating budget. PPNNE also received $255,000 in federal Health Information Technology (HIT) funding.

CNSNews.com called PPNNE president and CEO Meagan Gallagher and Dr. Donna Burkett, the group’s medical director, numerous times over the course of three days to ask why the group thought it was appropriate for a tax-funded organization to promote bondage and sadomasochism to teenagers. A staff member later confirmed that Gallagher received the messages.

A woman answering the phone at the group’s Burlington, Vermont headquarters on Tuesday told CNSNews: “We are currently not commenting or talking to you. At this point, I am going to disconnect” before hanging up the phone.

On Wednesday, CNSNews.com called PPNNE’s office in Burlington again and asked the person who answered the phone to relay this question to Gallagher: “Why is it appropriate for a federally funded organization to produce a video that promotes bondage, sadism and masochism to teens?” The person said that the organization would not be commenting and then hung up the phone.

CNSNews.com also contacted all the members of the New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont congressional delegations and asked them whether they thought it was appropriate for a federally funded organization to produce a video promoting bondage and sadomasochism to teens.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) was the only member of Congress to reply. According to spokesman Jeff Grappone, “Senator Ayotte thinks this video, which is clearly targeted at a younger audience, is inappropriate and troubling. She believes taxpayers shouldn’t be directly or indirectly funding activity like this.”

However, despite repeated requests for comment, Rep. Peter Welch (D-VT), Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME), Rep. Michael Michaud (D-ME), Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D-NH), and Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH) did not respond.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), Sen. Angus King (I-ME), and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) also dodged CNSNews.com’s questions.

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Hospital Kidnaps Teen Because Her Parents Were ‘Too Active In Pursuing’ Her Care

‘It’s Kidnapping’: Hospital Takes Custody Of Teen Because Her Parents Were ‘Too Active In Pursuing’ Her Care – The Blaze

A 15-year-old is stuck in a Boston hospital after the medical facility took custody of her when her parents argued against her diagnosis.

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For the last nine months, Justina Pelletier has been sneaking messages to her parents in Connecticut through folded origami notes.

“It is kidnapping,” Lou Pelletier, the girl’s father, told WTIC-TV.

The local news station investigated the case, for which a judge later issued a gag order, and has the background leading up to the ongoing custody battle:

Justina was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease a few years ago. It’s a genetic disorder that can cause loss of muscle coordination and weakness.

Despite that diagnosis she lived a normal life.

But last February, she also got the flu and was admitted to Boston Children’s Hospital to see her specialist.

Almost immediately, a different team of doctors delivered a different diagnosis, questioning the original diagnosis of mitochondrial disease.

“They came in, and they said we cannot take Justina out of the hospital. They called DCF,” says Linda Pelletier, Justina’s mother.

They said Justina had “somatoform disorder.”

In short, they were saying she suffered from a mental illness, not mitochondrial disease.

Her parents, Lou and Linda Pelletier, were escorted out of the hospital by security, and within four days, they lost custody of Justina.

The parents have been fighting the system ever since.

“They were actually being accused of being too active in pursuing health care matters for their child,” West Hartford psychologist Dean Hokanson, who has worked with Justina for five years, told WTIC.

A report by a Boston Children’s Hospital doctor viewed by the local news station cited Justina’s “regressive behavior” and “both parents’ resistance towards recommended treatment plans” as leading to a child protection team getting involved.

The family had argued that the procedures and medications given to their daughter were under the recommendation and guidance of other physicians. One of them was Tufts Medical Center specialist Dr. Mark Korson. WTIC couldn’t speak with Korson, but the Pelletiers provided the local news station with an email sent from the doctor to their attorney.

“I am dismayed… It feels like Justina’s treatment team is out to prove the diagnosis at all costs… The (Boston Children’s Hospital) team has demanded that Justina be removed from the home… This represents the most severe and intrusive intervention a patient can undergo… for a clinical hunch,” Korson wrote in the email.

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It isn’t the first case this year where a child has been taken from parents after a hospital visit. Police showed up at a California couple’s home and “snatched” their baby after they took their son to another hospital for a second opinion.

The Pelletiers are allowed to visit Justina in person for one hour and make two phone calls each week. The girl still manages to sneak her parents notes.

“I know you trust in me. Don’t forget it. I love you more than everything in the whole world. Justina,” Linda Pelletier read from one of her daughter’s notes.

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“It’s beyond any wildest nightmare that you could think of,” Lou Pelletier told the local news station of the situation.

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Democrat AG From Maryland Photographed At Teen Party Says It’s Not His Job To Stop Underage Drinking

Gansler Says Breaking Up Teen Party Was Not His Job – Baltimore Sun

When Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler arrived at a house party of teenagers in June, he pushed through the crowd, past youngsters dancing on a table and a smattering of red plastic cups. One of the revelers snapped a photo.

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As the night wore on, teens at the South Bethany rental home posted tweets, photos and videos of a bash labeled the “eviction party” for its intensity – a celebration where underage participants later confirmed many were drinking alcohol.

Gansler, a Democrat who is running for governor, said this week that he stopped by the Delaware beach house to talk briefly with his teenage son and then left. He said he does not remember whether he saw anyone drinking. But even if he had, Gansler said, it was not his responsibility as a parent or a high-ranking law enforcement official to intervene.

“Assume for purposes of discussion that there was widespread drinking at this party,” Gansler said. “How is that relevant to me? …The question is, do I have any moral authority over other people’s children at beach week in another state? I say no.”

Advocates against substance abuse and underage drinking disagreed, saying adults shouldn’t look the other way.

“It’s totally inappropriate for an adult, especially for an elected official whose job is to uphold the laws of the state or any state,” said Michael Gimbel, an independent consultant and the former alcohol abuse prevention official for Baltimore County.

“For any parent to do this is irresponsible. But for an attorney general who fought for these laws on the books is even worse,” he said.

Gansler has publicly advocated against underage drinking, appearing less than a year ago in a video for the Century Council, a nonprofit that works to combat both teen drinking and drunken driving.

“Parents, you’re the leading influence on your teen’s decision not to drink,” Gansler said in a video filmed as part of the organization’s “Ask, Listen, Learn” initiative to persuade parents to talk to middle-school children about drinking. “It’s never too early to talk with your kids about smart ways to say no.”

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Century Council’s CEO and president Ralph Blackman, upon learning that Gansler had been at such a party, said, “Let me pick myself up off the floor here.”

Blackman added that he couldn’t judge what Gansler should have done while briefly stopping by a party. But he said that as a parent, he would hope to hold himself to a standard high enough to “not only set a good example and be a good role model for my own kid, but for the wider group of kids who all influence each other.”

“You can agree, you can disagree with the legal age,” Blackman said. But by looking the other way, “you are somehow suggesting that it is OK to break the law. It’s part of the value systems that go into young people’s decision making.”

Gansler, in a two-hour interview Tuesday about senior week and the June 13 party, said, “My responsibility is only to my child… Everybody has their own moral compass. Mine is to raise my own child.” He said firmly that his son was not drinking.

Gansler had attended a Maryland State Bar Association event in Ocean City earlier that evening. During his brief stay at the teens’ party, he was captured in both a video and a photo posted online. He did not dispute the authenticity of those images.

He said he was at the party only for a few minutes to discuss with his newly graduated son when they would leave Delaware the next morning for a college event in Pennsylvania. Of senior week, he said, “For better or worse, the reality is some kids drink alcohol while they’re there.”

The two-term attorney general and former Montgomery County state’s attorney said he had no more responsibility to shut down a party if he saw drinking than to stop teenagers walking down the street with beer cans in hand or investigate tailgate parties.

“Was I supposed to serve as the police officer?” Gansler asked. “No.”

Gansler was part of a group of parents who paid for a weeklong stay at a six-bedroom beach house after their sons’ graduation from the private Landon School in Bethesda.

The parents arranged for two fathers to serve as chaperones each night, paid for food and negotiated rules that forbade the boys from driving, having girls behind closed bedroom doors or drinking “hard alcohol,” according a copy of the rules and planning documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun. The list of prohibitions did not mention drinking beer or wine.

Gansler said that while he didn’t write the rules, he attended a meeting where parents discussed them and was one of two adults who explained them to the dozen boys.

“If anything bad happened, if the kids violated the rules, they’d be sent home,” Gansler said. “My guess is… that if someone drank beer, that would not be an offense for which the chaperones would want to send somebody home.”

Delaware law, like Maryland’s, does not distinguish among types of alcohol in its broad prohibition against underage drinking. In both states, the legal drinking age is 21.

It is legal for parents to allow their own children to drink at home.

In several photos posted online by people at the party, older adults can be seen standing in the background. In videos and photos, young people, both men and women, are dancing on a bar and on a table. In one video, a bucket of clear liquid is poured from the balcony onto dancers below. It’s unclear how many teens were drinking.

Some of the videos have since been removed from social media.

“I don’t remember much, but it was one of the best parties I’ve been to, hands down,” said one attendee who spoke to The Baltimore Sun this week under the condition of anonymity because some engaged in underage drinking.

Two days after the party, however, the house was in bad shape. Julie Barnes, who has for years cleaned the home after renters, said she arrived on June 15 to find the wooden floors rippled from moisture damage, dents that appeared to be made from high heels on the bar and pool table, and floors sticky from what smelled like beer. According to minutes of a South Bethany Town Council meeting where the vandalism was discussed, the house sustained about $50,000 worth of damage.

Police who investigated did not place blame on the Landon group and classified the damage as likely the result of a burglary that occurred sometime between Friday evening and Saturday when Barnes arrived to clean. The Landon group turned in their keys Friday afternoon, parents said.

A parent who chaperoned the night of the party but would not discuss whether there was drinking said he helped the boys clean up the next morning. He said they left the house in good shape. Another parent said a representative of the realty company ResortQuest called afterward to say the house was fine and minor damage would be covered by the security deposit. The parents asked not to be identified to protect their children’s privacy. Representatives from ResortQuest did not respond to a request for comment.

Gansler said the parents assume that someone broke in and trashed the house after the boys checked out.

“Apparently, the night before, the parents who were chaperoning it kicked kids out” because it was getting too crowded, Gansler said. “The thought was [the damage] was so malicious that they were trying to get revenge or back at the parents who were chaperoning for kicking them out.”

The home’s owner, Timothy Dickson, lives in Virginia and said he thought he and his wife were renting to several families vacationing together, not to a dozen recent high school graduates. He said they were dismayed by the teens’ behavior at their beach house as displayed on social media.

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Butt-Baring Woman Attacks Boyfriend And Teen With Papayas Over ‘Birthday Sex’

Butt-Baring Woman Attacks Boyfriend And Teen With Papayas Over ‘Birthday Sex’ – Raw Story

A 49-year-old Florida woman was arrested last month for exposing her backside to her boyfriend and a teen boy after she attacked them with papayas.

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A Vero Beach police arrest report published by TCPalm.com on Tuesday showed that when officers responded to the March 10 disturbance, Suzanne Evlarina Wasden met them and her “pants were partway down exposing her buttocks.”

“The defendant was very intoxicated,” the report stated. “The defendant had blood on her arms and shirt.”

Wasden told police that the skirmish had started when her boyfriend showed up wanting “birthday sex.”

Police spoke to a 16-year-old neighbor who said that Wasden had come to his his trailer earlier in the evening “wanting a cigarette and beer.”

“When she didn’t [get] one, she started yelling and screaming,” according to the report. The suspect allegedly began hitting the boyfriend and pushed him into some glass.

The teen “said that the defendant then started throwing papayas at them.”

At that point, Wasden reportedly pulled her jeans down and said, “Kiss my butt.”

“That was something that none of us wanted to see,” the teen explained to police.

Indian River County Sheriff’s Office records indicated that Wasden was arrested on misdemeanor disorderly intoxication charges and released on $500 bond two days later. She was scheduled appear in court on Tuesday morning.

Wasden had been previously arrested in November of 2012 and has a “Georgia peach” tattoo on her right ankle.

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800 Drunken Lunatics Cause £30,000 Damage To Home After Teen Advertises Party On Facebook (Pictures)

Rooms Ripped To Pieces, A Piano Smashed Apart And Graffiti On The Walls: £30,000 Trail Of Destruction When 800 Descend On Three-Bedroom Semi After Girl, 14, Advertises Her Party On Facebook – Daily Mail

Alcohol-fuelled mayhem caused up to £30,000 worth of damage to a family home after around 800 teenagers gatecrashed a schoolgirl’s party after she advertised it on Facebook.

A piano was smashed up in the front garden in astonishing scenes of carnage in and around the three-bedroom house in Billericay, Essex.

Elsewhere in the house foul language was written on walls, furniture was overturned and smashed while doors were ripped from their hinges by hordes of youngsters who gatecrashed the party.

The party was thrown by Sarah Hine, 14, but got out of control despite her mother, Esther, 56, being there to try and keep order.

Mrs Hine said: ‘There must be £20,000 to £30,000 damage but insurance won’t pay out because we invited them in. I told the parents I would be here to keep an eye out for trouble.’

Witnesses at the party claimed teenagers had broken into the loft and were bouncing on ceiling insulation before one fell through into the bedroom. The wild partygoers also destroyed a piano outside the front of the house.

The family’s bedrooms were ripped to pieces, as furniture was pulled apart and thrown about the room and walls were daubed with vulgar sexual messages.

The party had been dubbed the ‘Project X of Essex’ in reference to American blockbuster Project X in which three High School students plan a giant house party to make a name for themselves, with massive consequences.

Partygoers continued to spread the word about the Friday night party on Facebook and Twitter, even as it spiralled out of control.

Terrified and angry neighbours called the police, who arrived around 9pm to disperse the unruly crowd.

One neighbour, who declined to be named, said: ‘It was like Belfast in the 1970s out there. It was

terrifying to see it in the quiet road. There were hundreds of people out to cause trouble.’

Another said: ‘I would have said there was about 800 of them when the police turned up at around 8.30pm

‘They were trying to escape up the road not realising it was a cul-de-sac.

‘We’ve never seen anything like this before as it’s usually a very quiet road.’

Police reported no injuries to partygoers at the gathering, which had been planned by Sarah as an early birthday celebration ahead of her birthday in the New Year.

Mrs Hine added: ‘I am stunned – why would they do this?

‘There wasn’t supposed to be drink but the police told me they confiscated an unbelievable amount of alcohol from the groups.’

Mrs Hine revealed she had ignored warnings made two weeks ago that the party could get out of hand when staff at her daughter’s school saw an open invitation to the event had appeared on Facebook

She added: ‘I just didn’t think this would happen. I knew Sarah knew some people but did not expect that many to turn up.’

Despite the carnage, Mrs Hine, who works for her husband’s computer consultancy business, has said she will not ground her daughter.

A spokesperson for Sarah’s school, the Anglo European School in Ingatestone, Essex, said: ‘We were saddened to hear about the damage caused to one of our pupil’s homes this weekend following a party which got out of control.

‘We were aware that the party was being advertised on Facebook and advised the mother and daughter of the risks this posed.

‘We regularly speak with our students about the dangers of social media and while young people from across Essex attended the event we hope our students will learn lessons from this incident.’

An Essex Police spokesman confirmed police had attended a house in Billericay, Essex, on Friday night to disperse a large number of teenagers.

She continued: ‘Police were called after calls from residents regarding nuisance behaviour in the street.

‘Officers found a large number of teenagers had visited the area to attend a party advertised openly on social media.

‘No arrests were made and no complaints were made regarding criminal damage.

‘However, police cleared the area and assisted with the dispersal of the teenagers and their safe travel home via Billericay rail station.’

Last week it was reported that more than 1,000 revellers, including Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon, packed into the home of the parents of Ollie Boorman in the village of Tewin, Hertfordshire, after he posted it on Facebook.

The party was called Project XXX and strangers from as far afield as Manchester turned up. Boorman pleaded guilty to public nuisance and was given a community order and ordered to pay £500 compensation to Hertfordshire Police and £85 costs.

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Teen ‘Thought He Was Barack Obama’ After Bite From McDonald’s Customer Turned Him Psychotic

Teenager ‘Thought He Was Barack Obama’ After Fellow McDonald’s Customer Bit Him And His Septic Cheek Turned Him Psychotic – Daily Mail

An assault victim thought he was Barack Obama after an infected bite mark on his cheek caused him to hallucinate and develop ‘God-like delusions’.

Tatenda Kamasho, 19, was stabbed and bitten on the cheek by Jordace Sinclair, 18, while waiting in a queue at McDonald’s in The Drapery, Northampton.

The assault wound on Mr Kamasho’s cheek turned septic, causing him to fall into psychosis. He began suffering hallucinations and developed a God complex.


Attack causes hallucinations: A cheek bite Tatenda Kamasho (right) suffered during an attack by Jordace Sinclair turned septic which caused him to hallucinate that he was American President Barack Obama (left)

Northampton Crown Court heard how the young man was attacked by Sinclair when he objected to Mr Kamasho talking. Sinclair also made threats to strangle him at 6am on June 17.

Prosecutor Mary Loram said: ‘At this point, the defendant head butted him and there was an exchange of punches.’

Sinclair, of no fixed address but from Northampton, then pulled a knife from the back of his trousers and stabbed Mr Kamasho with such force the knife snapped in two.


While waiting: Sinclair attacked Mr Kamasho in this McDonald’s in Northampton when he objected to Mr Kamasho talking. Sinclair stabbed him with a knife with such force it snapped in two and also bit his cheek


Jailed: Sinclair (right) was sentenced to five years jail at Northampton Crown Court (left) while Mr Kamasho remains in a psychiatric hospital

They fell to the ground and Sinclair bit Mr Kamasho’s cheek before he was restrained by staff.

Mr Kamasho’s injuries were considered life-threatening and he was treated for the stab wound at Northampton Hospital. He was readmitted the next day when the cheek bite became septic.

His airway closed and he was put in a five-day induced coma.

On June 26 he began to suffer hallucinations.

Ms Loram said Mr Kamasho’s condition deteriorated to such a state that he believed he was the American President and could hear ‘six million people talking, with God-like delusions’.


Life-threatening injuries: Sinclair stabbed Mr Kamesho (pictured) with a knife with such force it snapped in two and also bit his cheek which had ‘disastrous consequences for him,’ Judge Richard Bray said

She said he is still being treated at a psychiatric hospital four months after the attack and sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

Sinclair pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with intent, possession of a knife and theft and was jailed for five years.

Judge Richard Bray told Sinclair: ‘The bite to the cheek was a particularly unpleasant act.

‘The injuries had disastrous consequences for him. He developed a serious infection, was in a coma for five days and the doctors describe them as life-threatening.

‘The prognosis is uncertain. I appreciate you did not intend to cause injuries that serious.

‘However, you have to take the consequences of what followed.’

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