Two shocking and graphic videos are going viral on Wednesday, August 2. As seen below, the video titled “Woman jumps from top of parking garage” from LiveLeak shows a person standing on top of a parking garage in Reno, Nevada. The parking garage can be seen near the Eldorado Hotel and Casino, with the Eldorado sign seen in the foreground.
In the shocking video, which lasts about one minute long and has been viewed more than 13,000 times on YouTube and more than 56,000 times on LiveLeak, the female figure is seen standing for quite some time prior to jumping from the parking garage. About one minute into the video, the woman is seen jumping, as a song about Jesus plays in the car.
The description of the LiveLeak video reads as follows.
“Sent to me by my sister while she was visiting Reno, Nevada on 07/30/2017 near the Eldorado Hotel & Casino. I cannot find any info on this after a quick Google search but maybe will update it when/if I find something. *** Since people are to stupid to realize the voice at the end isn’t female, it was my sister’s friend who IS a male.”
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Warning: The video at this link contains language and footage that is disturbing.
The LiveLeak video is gaining many reactions.
According to Heavy, another video showing two women and five men beating a man on a Dallas DART train is also going viral. As seen on the Facebook page of Steve Eagar, a Fox 4 Dallas News anchor, the graphic video has been viewed more than 137,000 times.
— Kristin Weisell (@KristinWeisKRLD) August 2, 2017
Eagar called the video “maddening and outrageous” because the victim was allegedly beat in response to asking the attackers to stop smoking marijuana. The attack happened on a DART train (Green Line) in Dallas, with Steve claiming no Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officers were on the train or the platform. Kennan Jones is the victim, and the DART police report claims he doesn’t to press charges and lists the case as closed with no arrests, according to Eagar. However, Jones claims that it is a false notion that he didn’t want to press charges.
The graphic video appears on Facebook and LiveLeak, titled “Man attacked by teens after asking them to stop smoking on train.”
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