Sean Connery, a lion of cinema whose roar went beyond Bond
FILE - This March 4, 1992 file photo shows actor Sean Connery during a news conference in Hamburg, Germany. Connery, considered by many to have been the best James Bond, has died aged 90, according to an announcement from his family. Connery’s Bond became etched as an icon of its era, one increasingly distant from today. It’s a perfect role and performance for Connery, whose best work came when he — this former bodybuilder of unimpeachable force and magnetism — was humbled. That could be because the glint of mischief that accompanied nearly every Connery performance was so present in “The Last Crusade.” Connery always left you feeling if not shaken then very happily stirred.
Man tased twice in airport after brawl with officers
Witnesses said a man was smoking at a customer service counter past the security checkpoint after a flight from Orlando. John Huston, who recorded the dramatic arrest, heard the man yelling at airport workers. The pair falls to the ground and as police begin to subdue the man, he begins biting at the officers and attempts to reach for the officer’s gun. Larry Lazar, a traveler from St. Louis, was one of the men who stepped in to help the officers hold the man down. The man was identified as Jerome Toson Jr. Toson was arrested, taken to a hospital and later taken to jail.