Charles Ramsey tells Anderson Cooper they should give the reward to the kidnapped girls, now women, he rescued.
*By now everyone is praising Charles Ramsey, some of us have even nicknamed him Uncle Charlie … alright, maybe just me, for his heroic rescue of the women that had been kidnapped a decade ago and held captive in a Cleveland home.
But Ramsey does not feel like a hero at all.
Ramsey was interviewed by Anderson Cooper Tuesday and he told him that he’s not any different than he is and he’s not interested in any reward.
He shared his secret to heroic success with Cooper
*Remember when Hip Hop artist Ryan Leslie put out that notice to the world about his precious laptop, offering $1 million to anyone who turned it in?
It’s time for the artist to settle the score and make it happen.
An auto repair shop owner by the name of Armin Augstein found the computer one day while walking his dog. He turned the laptop over to the German police in November 2010.
In a YouTube video, Leslie promised a large reward to anyone who found it. But Ryan didn’t deliver.
So Augstein took a trip to American court to file suit against the artist.
Ryan Leslie now legally owes the repair guy a nice BIG check.
“I’m very happy . . . that the American judicial system, which is so totally different from ours, functioned so well with a jury that are not professionals and are laymen,” Augstein said in German through one his lawyers, Steven Thal.
“No one forced him to make an offer of so much money for a finder’s fee,” Augstein said. “It seems like he believes that that which he promised, he doesn’t have to live up to.”
Ryan didn’t care too much for the verdict and plans to appeal because he doesn’t believe the laptop finder deserves the reward. He suggested in court that he may have been involved with the theft.
Or could it be he just doesn’t have the money?
Watch the video that announces a $1 million rewards for Ryan Leslkie’s laptop:
*The City of Inglewood in is offering a “substantial reward” for information leading to the killer of Cali Swag District group member M-Bone.
Montae “M-Bone” Talbert was shot twice in the head, as he sat in a car in front of a liquor store on La Brea Ave. last Sunday.
Last night, The Inglewood City Council announced it will offer a ‘substantial reward” for info that leads to an arrest.
Police said witnesses have provided them with a description of the car, but so far, have no motive or suspects.
Police and Cali Swag District members are asking the public to help solve the crime, by calling the Inglewood Police Homicide Section at (310) 412-5246, or the 24-hour anonymous hotline number 888-41-CRIME (888-412-7463).
*After pleading with the public for his precious laptop, Ryan Leslie is in better spirits, we hope, because the two have reunited. But the prize money has not be handed over.
Back in October, the entertainer told his fans and friends his laptop loaded with unreleased material, wound up missing in Germany. He originally offered a $20,000 reward for its return, but upped the ante to $1 million.
In November somewhere near Cologne, Germany a man happened upon Leslie’s missing bag and laptop, while walking through the forest.
As bizarre as that sounds, that was the story the man gave. The rescuer of the bag then turned over the items to the police.
Since his heroic find, the man, whose real name is unknown, never received payment. He took the false advertisement to the press and made it a public scene. He showed Leslie’s passport and police report to the camera, explaining the singer/songwriter hasn’t returned his e-mails.
And for some reason Leslie has yet to speak on the issue. Hmm, we wonder why?