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hello-kitty:

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Kim Pham, 23, was brutally beaten by a group of five (3 females, 2 males) following an argument early Saturday morning (1/17 / 1/18) while waiting to get in to a Santa Ana nightclub called The Crosby. Her family reported the woman to be brain dead Sunday afternoon.

If you have any information, please call (714) 245-8390 or anonymously at (855) 847-6227. She deserves justice!

This story is so sad. She was murdered for accidentally walking in the frame of someone’s photo.

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creamytomatosoup:

hello-kitty:

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LOS ANGELES POLICE OFFICERS DID THIS TO HER 10 MONTHS AGO AND TO THIS DAY, NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE! NO EXPLANATION, NO APOLOGY, NO MEDICAL BILLS PAID, NOTHING! WHO CAN WE TRUST?


See what Kim Nguyen looked like a few moments after LAPD says she “fell” or “jumped out” of their patrol car in the early hours of March 17, 2013. Her left bra strap is broken and the top of her dress is pulled down to her waist. 

Her jaw was shattered. Most of her front teeth were knocked out. She had to be put in a medically induced coma because of bleeding in her brain. When she awoke a few days later, she found bruises on the inside of her thighs. 

How did it come to this?

After a night out in Koreatown, Nguyen and two male friends were waiting in a restaurant parking-lot for a designated driver to pick them up. Two LAPD officers drove by in a marked patrol car, stopped, and approached Nguyen.

After briefly questioning Nguyen and her friends, the officers left, but circled back, as Nguyen was running across the street toward a late-night cafe.



She was then put in handcuffs and arrested for public intoxication, with the officers refusing to tell her friends where exactly she was being taken. Her friends were told they would need to call the police department to locate her.

On their way to taking her to jail, right after the patrol car passed through Olympic & Grand in downtown, Nguyen allegedly jumped or fell out.



What you see in the picture is her on the street. That swelling of her face, the broken bra strap, and the pulled-down top of her dress were supposedly the result of a fall merely two minutes prior.

The arresting officers have been identified as David E. Shin (신은총) and Jinseok Oh (오진석) of Olympic Division. 



No one had any idea what happened on March 17 until the surveillance video was uncovered. 

Unlike most other victims in the Koreatown area over the years who are undereducated or undocumented or have been made to disappear, Miss Nguyen has enough resources and cognizance of her rights to pursue legal suit. It was also very fortunate that there was video footage that blatantly contradicted the official lies.



Miss Nguyen has a bachelor’s degree from UCLA and is currently an MBA candidate at Loyola Marymount University. She is still facing many surgeries as a result of the trauma of that night.

In a videotaped deposition, Nguyen claimed the officer in the back seat with her tried to spread her legs open. He also allegedly touched her chest and pulled her by the ear to bring her closer to him. “He was grabbing my left inner thigh, trying to— I’m assuming— opening my legs,” Nguyen said in the deposition.



If you have information on this case or on other victims of LAPD’s Olympic Division, email policeabuse [@] koreatownla.org

Dead ppl haha

She’s not dead.

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LOS ANGELES POLICE OFFICERS DID THIS TO HER 10 MONTHS AGO AND TO THIS DAY, NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE! NO EXPLANATION, NO APOLOGY, NO MEDICAL BILLS PAID, NOTHING! WHO CAN WE TRUST?


See what Kim Nguyen looked like a few moments after LAPD says she “fell” or “jumped out” of their patrol car in the early hours of March 17, 2013. Her left bra strap is broken and the top of her dress is pulled down to her waist. 

Her jaw was shattered. Most of her front teeth were knocked out. She had to be put in a medically induced coma because of bleeding in her brain. When she awoke a few days later, she found bruises on the inside of her thighs. 

How did it come to this?

After a night out in Koreatown, Nguyen and two male friends were waiting in a restaurant parking-lot for a designated driver to pick them up. Two LAPD officers drove by in a marked patrol car, stopped, and approached Nguyen.

After briefly questioning Nguyen and her friends, the officers left, but circled back, as Nguyen was running across the street toward a late-night cafe.



She was then put in handcuffs and arrested for public intoxication, with the officers refusing to tell her friends where exactly she was being taken. Her friends were told they would need to call the police department to locate her.

On their way to taking her to jail, right after the patrol car passed through Olympic & Grand in downtown, Nguyen allegedly jumped or fell out.



What you see in the picture is her on the street. That swelling of her face, the broken bra strap, and the pulled-down top of her dress were supposedly the result of a fall merely two minutes prior.

The arresting officers have been identified as David E. Shin (신은총) and Jinseok Oh (오진석) of Olympic Division. 



No one had any idea what happened on March 17 until the surveillance video was uncovered. 

Unlike most other victims in the Koreatown area over the years who are undereducated or undocumented or have been made to disappear, Miss Nguyen has enough resources and cognizance of her rights to pursue legal suit. It was also very fortunate that there was video footage that blatantly contradicted the official lies.



Miss Nguyen has a bachelor’s degree from UCLA and is currently an MBA candidate at Loyola Marymount University. She is still facing many surgeries as a result of the trauma of that night.

In a videotaped deposition, Nguyen claimed the officer in the back seat with her tried to spread her legs open. He also allegedly touched her chest and pulled her by the ear to bring her closer to him. “He was grabbing my left inner thigh, trying to— I’m assuming— opening my legs,” Nguyen said in the deposition.



If you have information on this case or on other victims of LAPD’s Olympic Division, email policeabuse [@] koreatownla.org

SIGNAL BOOST, PLEASE REBLOG!

Kim Pham, 23, was brutally beaten by a group of five (3 females, 2 males) following an argument early Saturday morning (1/17 / 1/18) while waiting to get in to a Santa Ana nightclub called The Crosby. Her family reported the woman to be brain dead Sunday afternoon while her murders are still out there!

If you have any information, please call (714) 245-8390 or anonymously at (855) 847-6227. She deserves justice!

SIGNAL BOOST, PLEASE REBLOG!

Kim Pham, 23, was brutally beaten by a group of five (3 females, 2 males) following an argument early Saturday morning (1/17 / 1/18) while waiting to get in to a Santa Ana nightclub called The Crosby. Her family reported the woman to be brain dead Sunday afternoon.

Monetary donations (they’re trying to raise $10,000) can be made for the family at - http://www.helpmyfriendkim.myevent.com

If you have any information, please call (714) 245-8390 or anonymously at (855) 847-6227. She deserves justice!

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2014 - 1974 = 40 years old Anonymous

lightofthesun9:

The post said something about it being around from 1975, and that the pic was made for the 40th anniversary when it had been around since 2009, not 2014 or the future.

Each year since 1974, Hello Kitty has had a designated graphic for each year. All of these (35 at the time) were introduced in 2009 for Hello Kitty’s 35th Anniversary. So the graphics from 1974 - 2009 all have a second copyright year of 2009 because they were part of Hello Kitty’s 35th Anniversary five years ago. But the artwork for each representing year (1974 - 2009 + now 2010 - 2014) still all remain the same.

If you watch the 40 Years of Hello Kitty video, you will see all of the same graphics + the ones from 2010 - 2014 also.

I labeled them as the 40th Anniversary because it’s a part of Hello Kitty’s history and they still celebrate each year that she’s been around.

Hope that helps!

lalakittylove:

hello-kitty:

Does anybody want to help answer @cashinginbl’s question?

Hello kitty is 40 years old

Almost. She’s technically still currently 39. She officially turns 40 later this year on November 1st (her birthday). But we’ll be celebrating her 40th anniversary/birthday all year long in 2014. 🎉

@cashinginbl - Hello Kitty turns 40 this year because she was first introduced in Japan in 1974 (40 years ago). Two years later, she was introduced to the USA in 1976. That’s why you’ll usually see 1976 as the first copyright year. The second copyright date is the year Sanrio filed for that specific design and merchandising (for example: collaborations or specific series). With the pictures that you’re referring to, it has a second copyright year of 2009 because that graphic (and the rest) were part of Hello Kitty’s 35th Anniversary five years ago. But the artwork for each representing year (1974 - 2009) still remains the same. Hope that helps!

@cashinginbl - Hello Kitty turns 40 this year because she was first introduced in Japan in 1974 (40 years ago). Two years later, she was introduced to the USA in 1976. That’s why you’ll usually see 1976 as the first copyright year. The second copyright date is the year Sanrio filed for that specific design and merchandising (for example: collaborations or specific series). With the pictures that you’re referring to, it has a second copyright year of 2009 because they were part of Hello Kitty’s 35th Anniversary five years ago. But the artwork for each representing year (1974 - 2009 + now 2010 - 2014) still remains the same.

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