Since Batman was introduced to the world in 1939 he has inspired fantasies of distributing justice in dark alley ways, cool gadgets, and rooftop heroics. But since most of us can’t afford our own Batwing, we have to put our crime fighting dreams on a budget.
Seattle’s masked crime-fighter Phoenix Jones — aka Ben Fodor — has been let go from his day job with the Washington Department of Social and Health Services due to his role in foiling an altercation last month.
Phoenix Jones, whose infamous YouTube video of him pepper-spraying a group of men and women in what he proclaims to have been him breaking up a fight, has been released from his job assisting five developmentally disabled autistic children with their life skills.
SEATTLE (AP) — A self-proclaimed superhero wore a charcoal-colored mask Thursday as he entered a Seattle courtroom where prosecutors said they hadn’t yet decide whether to file charges against him in an alleged pepper spray […]
SEATTLE (AP) — Instead of the bad guys, it was Seattle’s most prolific self-styled superhero that ended up in handcuffs. Police officers arrested the 23-year-old man who calls himself Phoenix Jones early Sunday after he […]