When a group of teenage boys saw a man partially submerged in a reservoir on the edge of Boston on a recent night, they leapt into action, racing to alert a police officer on patrol who pulled the man out of the water, according to a report from NBC Boston. But when Boston College Police Officer Carl Mascioli had yanked him out of the waters of the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, he discovered something striking about the man he had just saved: He had a swastika on his hand, the officer said. And in a twist of irony, the group of boys who had helped save the man with the Nazi symbol on his skin were Jewish teenagers attending a nearby Yeshiva high school, according to the report. Mascioli told the boys about the symbol — and they said they had no regret for their deed. As for the boys? They relayed a message to the Mascioli to express to the rescued man.
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By Teen Rescue. On March 27, In News. Religious freedom and parental rights are being threatened in California by a recently passed bill, SB Through this bill, the state of California is attempting to deny all boarding schools from being certified by the California Department of Education and force them to be under the supervision of the Community Care Licensing Division CCLD.
Musk has had a team of engineers working on the problem for the last couple of days and has been keeping the world updated on the work via Twitter. On Thursday night, Musk tweeted about an idea to use an inflatable nylon tube to help the kids escape. By Friday afternoon, Musk's thinking had evolved. He tweeted that his team was working on building "double-layer Kevlar pressure pods with Teflon coating to slip by rocks.