“Nobody even had an inkling that a second one might exist,” said Harvard professor Danielle Allen, who discovered the rare document with a colleague.
Police say what started as an altercation inside an Orlando club during the “Spring Break Teen Bash” ended with gunfire in the parking lot.
A chance encounter at the hands of Norm Hatch ended with photographer Joe Rosenthal atop the hill at Iwo Jima where the famous photo was taken.
“It was powerful,” designer Terrence Torrance said of the completed project. “It was art. It was surreal. It spoke volumes.”
Authorities say the man ran out of a Walgreens with a bottle of booze and an employee ran after him, firing at the vehicle as it sped away.
Mike McClaughry had been with the force for more than 30 years when he was shot in the back of the head last year while responding to a shooting.
An estimated 40 to 60 juveniles stormed the train and made off with purses, a duffel bag, and cell phones, but not before injuring at least two people.
The 41-gun salute was performed by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery using the first World War-era 13-pounder field guns.
The video, which has been viewed more than 11 million times in a matter of days, surfaced following an unrelated attack on an oil tanker last month.
Moments before the owner pulled a gun, he was sprayed with pepper spray by one suspect, as the second suspect smashed a display case.