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      Three (black Muslim Somali) Minnesota men sentenced for conspiring to join ISIS
 Zacharia Abdurahman, Hanad Musse and Hamza AhmedThree Minnesota men convicted of plotting to join ISIS received prison sentences Monday ranging from 10 years in jail to time served. U.S. District Judge Michael Davis gave the 10-year sentence to Zacharia Abdurahman, who pleaded guilty but did not cooperate with the government against the other members of what Davis called a "terrorist cell." Prosecutors had sought 15 years in jail for Abdurahman, who said he wasn't willing to testify against his former friends. Davis told Abdurahman he was giving him less partly because his parents have become active in the campaign against terrorist recruiting in Minnesota's large Somali (fifth column) community. Earlier Monday, Abdullahi Mohamed Yusuf, 20, was sentenced to the 21 months he's already served in jail plus 20 years of supervised release. Abdirizak Warsame, 21, didn't fare as well, but his sentence of 2½ years in prison was two years less than prosecutors sought.

    Life sentence for stepmother of KCK boy who may have been fed to pigs
Michael and Heather JonesAdrian JonesA Kansas City, Kan., woman was sentenced Monday to life in prison for the killing of her 7-year-old stepson in a case that shocked even veteran law officers. Heather Jones, 30, pleaded guilty in Wyandotte County District Court last month to a charge of first-degree murder in the death of Adrian Jones. The boy’s remains were found last year, and authorities said it appeared he had been fed to pigs on property rented by Jones and her husband in the 5200 block of North 99th Street.
  • Heather Jones pleads guilty to murder in connection to death of 7-year-old stepson - fed to pigs - Oct 06, 2016
    KANSAS CITY, KS - The stepmother accused of killing a 7-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree murder and two counts of child abuse. Heather Jones, 30, has accepted a plea agreement from prosecutors and admits to killing AJ, also known as Adrian. Police came to the couple's Piper home on Nov. 25 on a report of Michael Jones attacking his wife and firing a gun at her. As the investigation continued, someone told them to check for Adrian's decomposed body. The day after, investigators discovered remains of a child in a barn on the property. A law enforcement source said the remains were fed to pigs. It was later determined by investigators AJ was confined to the home and abused repeatedly. Michael Jones, a co-defendant in the case, requested a new attorney. It was denied. His trial is set for Feb. 6, 2017.

Dangers of interracial dating

    New info in Old Jefferson triple murder, fire: Uncle with lengthy rap sheet arrested
 Jared ParkerA second man has been arrested in connection with a shocking triple murder and fire at an Old Jefferson home last week. Jared Parker, 27, of Baton Rouge, was arrested Friday on a count of being an accessory to the crime. Col. John Fortunato, a Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office spokesman, said Parker lied to detectives in an attempt to support the alibi of Jatory Evans, his nephew and the man deputies have accused of committing the killings. "Parker provided false information in hopes of supporting Evans' alibi," Fortunato said. "He also assisted him in getting a vehicle." Deputies last week arrested Evans, 28, on three counts of first-degree murder. The Sheriff's Office alleges that Evans stabbed and set fire to his pregnant girlfriend in her upstairs bedroom, then fatally shot her parents Nov. 7, days after the girlfriend had accused him in court records of being abusive and had taken out a restraining order against him.
  • (Black) Man stabs, sets fire to (white) pregnant girlfriend, kills (White) parents in Old Jefferson triple slaying - Nov 8, 2016
    Jatory EvansSydney HansonDwayne Hanson and Samantha HansonAuthorities have arrested a local man accused of killing his estranged girlfriend and her parents and setting fire to their home, a grisly rampage that included the slaying of a 7-month-old fetus. The suspect, Jatory Evans, 28, stabbed and set fire to his pregnant girlfriend, Sydney Hanson, in her upstairs bedroom and fatally shot her parents. Hanson's mother, Samantha Hanson, was said to have been stabbed about two dozen times and shot five times. Her father, Dwayne Hanson, was shot twice. Sydney Hanson, 20, obtained a restraining order last month requiring Evans to stay at least 300 feet away from her. That document was found underneath Sydney Hanson's body at the crime scene. "We believe that she was intentionally set on fire in her bedroom," the sheriff said. "There were a number of books and other accelerant materials stacked on top of her body." Evans had been dating Sydney Hanson, and he was the father of the of the unborn child, officials said. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Alleged trigger man arrested in shooting death of Lady Lake man at Wal-Mart
Roderick D. HaynesScott Bernard ThomasMark Allen EstesA 24-year-old man has been arrested as the suspected trigger man in the September shooting death of a Lady Lake man at Wal-Mart in Fruitland Park. Roderick D. Haynes of Leesburg was being held without bond on a charge of felony murder this morning at the Lake County Jail. He was arrested on a warrant that identifies him as the man who fired the fatal shot that claimed the life of 44-year-old Mark Allen Estes on Sept. 19 in the parking lot of the store. A drug deal appeared to have preceded the shooting. Haynes is believed to have been one of the occupants of a red Toyota from which shots were fired. Surveillance showed the vehicle fled the scene and Estes was left for dead in the parking lot. Scott Bernard Thomas, 24, also of Leesburg, had been arrested in September on a charge of third degree felony murder. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man chops off his sister's thumb, slashes mom, brother and nephew in argument over Trump
Yvonne Braswell's injured handsuspectA family feud over Donald Trump ended with a Brooklyn man chopping off his sister’s thumb and slashing his mom, brother and nephew, cops and relatives said Sunday. Maurice Braswell, 49, had just bellowed, “Corporate America won the election,” when he was socked by his brother Dwight, 48, during a boozy get-together at their mom’s Flatbush home Saturday night, sources said. Maurice grabbed a kitchen knife and began slashing everyone around him, said the men’s mother, Yvonne, 67. “Everyone here voted for Clinton, but my sons, both of them, are high-strung,’’ Yvonne Braswell said. “They don’t fight a lot, but when they do, it can get bad.’’ But Maurice — who has 17 prior arrests and has been in and out of prison for robbery and other offenses — became enraged when he felt their mom and other relatives weren’t respecting his opinion. Police said Maurice severed his 25-year-old sister Shapaviah’s thumb. The mom said her daughter was at Bellevue Hospital, where the thumb was reattached. The mother said her own thumb was nearly cut off and required 17 stitches. A nephew, Bwigat, 23, suffered cuts, as did Dwight.

  Bill Cosby - black rapist

    Suspect with afro wanted for sexually assaulting woman in her apartment
Denzel BooneHOUSTON - A reward is being offered for information on a suspect who allegedly forced his way into a woman's home and sexually assaulted her. According to HPD, around 5:30 p.m. on October 18, suspect Denzel Boone forced his way into the victim's apartment in the 6600 block of Dunlap St. Police say Boone allegedly forced open the victim's front door and sexually assaulted her once inside. He told the victim that he had a gun in his pocket during the assault. A warrant has been issued for Boone's arrest.

    Man arrested after attempting to violently sexually assault woman
Phillip White LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas Metro police said a man was arrested after violently attacking a woman inside her home. Police said 53 year-old Phillip White attacked a woman in the 600 block of North 10th Street, near Bonanza Road and Maryland Parkway on Nov. 7. Citing the investigation, police said the victim heard a noise inside her bathroom and when she went to investigate it she was attacked by White. White attempted to violently sexually assault the woman and robbed her of cash. Police said White entered the home through the woman’s bathroom window. White was arrested Saturday after leading police on a short foot pursuit. He faces several charges including burglary, attempted sexual assault, battery to commit sexual assault and robbery.

    Negro "John Wayne" Runs from Police on a Bicycle-Later Arrested
Christopher Wayne BeamonA Wichita Falls man is in jail today after police say he led them on a bicycle chase and lied about his name being "John Wayne." Police arrested 46-year old Christopher Wayne Beamon for evading arrest, failure to identify, and an outstanding state warrant around 4:15 this morning. Officers say Beamon rode through two stop signs on his bike and when officers approached him he tried to flee. They say the chase led them to a home in the 1500 block of 13th street. Police say a woman let him inside and then told officers Beamon had ran out the front door. Officers say they located Beamon in a bedroom and he told them his name was "John Wayne." Officers then arrested Beamon. No word on what charges, if any, the woman involved could face.

    Lawsuit-happy (black) tenant forbidden from suing landlord ever again
Roland DavisA tenant of a famed Bowery flophouse has been banned from suing his landlord. Roland Davis, 65, had already sued the Whitehouse Hotel at 338-340 Bowery 23 times in seven years, losing every time, when Manhattan Judge Kelly O’Neill took the unusual step of barring him from pursuing any more litigation against its past and current owners. Davis, an $8.32-a-night resident, would file claims in Housing Court demanding that management make repairs to his tiny windowless room, and would then refuse to let the workers in, according to court papers.


    New York school district pays 11-year-old (black girl) $6,500 for keynote speech - (In the tradition of overpaid Clinton speeches)
Marley DiasThe girl from West Orange, New Jersey, created the popular #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign to draw attention to the lack of racial diversity in children's literature. She gave an hour-long speech to staff before leading an hour and a half-long workshop for 50 students. Dias was paid through funding from a federal education program.


  • Map: Sanctuary Cities, Counties, and States
    illegal alienAcross the U.S., there are over 300 cities, counties, and states that are considered "sanctuary cities". These jurisdiction protect criminal aliens from deportation by refusing to comply with ICE detainers or otherwise impede open communication and information exchanges between their employees or officers and federal immigration agents.
  • Jdg 21:25 - In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.



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    UPDATE: Suspect killed in convenience store robbery identified
Rashad RyanNORTH LAS VEGAS - The Clark County Coroner identified the man who was shot on Thursday as 24-year-old Rashad Ryan from North Las Vegas. Small business owners said they're living in fear because they've had multiple armed robberies in recent days. North Las Vegas detectives said they believe the suspect who was shot and killed at 7-Eleven was responsible for a string of recent robberies.

    (Black) Father Charged for Stabbing Toddler Sons in PG Co.
Christian DillardBALTIMORE – A father was arrested for stabbing his two toddlers in the family’s home in District Heights, Maryland on Saturday night. Prince George’s County police charged 25-year-old Christian Dillard with attempted first degree murder, assault and related charges. Around 10:00 p.m., officers responded to Dillard’s home where they found his two small children suffering from stab wounds and rushed them to the hospital for treatment.

    Puppy dies after being set on fire in church parking lot
black deplorableCOLUMBIA, SC - Richland County deputies are searching for a man who set a puppy on fire in a church parking lot. Authorities said the puppy was an 8 to 10-week old female Pitbull that died from her injuries. Sergeant Brittany Jackamonis with the Richland County Sheriff's Department said around 7 p.m. on Saturday deputies were called to the parking lot of Grace United Methodist Church on Harbison Boulevard. Fire officials were already on scene when deputies arrived. A witness called authorities after seeing the incident unfold. The suspect is described as a black male in his mid-20's wearing a gray hoodie. If you saw anything or know who may be responsible, you are urged to call CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-888-CRIME-SC.








    (Black) Man released from jail three months ago charged in Williamsport double homicide (of White mother and son)
Jordan A. RawlsJoseph Sentore Coleman Jr.Kristine Kibler and Shane WrightWILLIAMSPORT — A Philadelphia native who had been released from prison three months ago has been charged with the murder of a mother and her adult son in their Williamsport residence on Halloween night. Jordan Adonis Rawls, 24, turned himself in to city police Friday evening after learning he was a person of interest in the double homicide. Still sought for the murders of Kristine Kibler, 50, and her son, Shane Wright, 25, is Joseph Sentore Coleman Jr., 25, who has a record of drug arrests in Lycoming County. The arrest affidavit alleges Rawls and Coleman planned to rob Wright in the half of double house in the 600 block of Poplar Street in which he, his mother and others lived. A third man, who is cooperating with the police, told them he had been coerced by Coleman, who previously had threatened to kill him and his family for testifying against him in a 2013 robbery case. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police Probe Mother and Son Shooting Deaths
    WILLIAMSPORT, LYCOMING COUNTY ---Police in Williamsport continue to probe the shooting deaths of a mother and son. They were killed last night inside their home. Not willing to show her identity but willing to tell her story a family friend laid and hung roses on the door step of 50-year-old Kristine Kibler and 25-year-old Shane Wright's home. "It's just so sad that we not lost only one but we lost two." At around nine-thirty Monday night Wright's sister said someone came inside the 613 poplar street unannounced. Hearing a commotion she went outside of her bedroom and saw her mom in a head lock with a person in a ski mask the daughter says - minutes later both family members were shot.

    4 arrested in connection to Chesterfield County homicide
Darrius A. EllissuspectsuspectsuspectJon-Eric Schwartz VCHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — The Chesterfield County Police Department has arrested four suspects, including two juveniles, in connection to a homicide that occurred earlier this month. At about 5:28 a.m. on November 1, police responded to the 2900 block of Galena Avenue for a reported shooting. Upon arrival police located 30-year-old Jon-Eric Schwartz V suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to an area hospital where he later died. On Thursday, as part of a collaborative effort involving the Chesterfield County Police Department, Rowan County Sheriffs Office, Salisbury Police Department, Spencer City Police Department, and the local office of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, law enforcement officers in Salisbury, North Carolina executed multiple search warrants at the residences of identified suspects. All four suspects were taken into custody and charged with first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Two of the suspects are juveniles. The two adults who have been arrested are 21-year-old Darrius A. Ellis of Salisbury, N.C. and 18-year-old Najee T. Palmer. - (Black-on-white)

    Herring's office seeks execution date for (black) man convicted in quadruple homicide (of White family of four)
Ricky Jovan Gray - or Gevon GrayRay Joseph DandridgeBryan HarveyStella and RubyKathry Harvey and daughter RubyRICHMOND, Va. -- The Virginia Attorney General's office is seeking a January execution date for a man convicted of killing a family of four. Media outlets report that the Attorney General's office wrote Richmond Circuit Court Judge Beverly Snukals on Thursday, saying she must hold a hearing to schedule an execution date for Ricky Gray. The U.S. Supreme Court denied a rehearing to Gray on Monday. The Attorney General's Office recommended the execution take place Jan. 17 or 18, giving Gov. Terry McAuliffe time to consider any clemency request. Gray was convicted in the New Year's Day 2006 stabbing and bludgeoning deaths of Bryan Harvey, Kathryn Harvey and their daughters, 9-year-old Stella and 4-year-old Ruby. Gray was sentenced to death for the girls' deaths. An accomplice, Ray Dandridge, was sentenced to life. - (Black-on-white)
  • Harvey family murderer sues over death row treatment - Nov 21, 2014
    The Harvey FamilyRICHMOND, VA - A man sentenced to die for murdering a South Richmond family is suing over conditions on Virginia's death row. Ricky Gray is one of five death row inmates suing the Director of the Virginia Department of Corrections and the warden of the Sussex State Prison. They claim they aren't given enough freedom as they spend their days in solitary confinement. Gray was sentenced to death for the murders of the Harvey family in their Woodland Heights home on New Year's Day 2006 in one of the most gruesome crimes in Richmond history. "Horrendous!" cried Richmond native Cynthia Erdahl. "Just the saddest thing you could ever think of." Gray remains on death row pending an appeal. - (Black-on-white)
  • Gruesome Va. Killings - two feral blacks cut the throats of 2 little white girls

    (Black) Man allegedly stabs, sets fire to (white) pregnant girlfriend, kills (White) parents in Old Jefferson triple slaying
Jatory EvansSydney HansonDwayne Hanson and Samantha HansonAuthorities have arrested a local man accused of killing his estranged girlfriend and her parents Monday and setting fire to their home in Old Jefferson, a grisly rampage that included the slaying of a 7-month-old fetus. The suspect, Jatory Evans, 28, stabbed and set fire to his pregnant girlfriend, Sydney Hanson, in her upstairs bedroom and fatally shot her parents, the authorities said. Hanson's mother, Samantha Hanson, was said to have been stabbed about two dozen times and shot five times. Her father, Dwayne Hanson, was shot twice. Sydney Hanson, 20, obtained a restraining order last month requiring Evans to stay at least 300 feet away from her. That document was found underneath Sydney Hanson's body at the crime scene. "We believe that she was intentionally set on fire in her bedroom," the sheriff said. "There were a number of books and other accelerant materials stacked on top of her body." Evans had been dating Sydney Hanson, and he was the father of the of the unborn child, officials said. A search warrant obtained by the authorities said Evans had become "extremely controlling and abusive in the relationship," and it referred to a recent run-in Evans had with Hanson's father at the River Road residence. Sydney Hanson had been scheduled to attend a baby shower at 11 a.m. Monday. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    White Man beaten by pack of blacks on West Side while black onlookers yell, 'Don't vote for Trump' speaks out
suspectsuspectsuspectsuspectDavid WilcoxCHICAGO -- Chicago police are searching for the people seen brutally beating a driver on the West Side. Video of the attack sparked outrage across the country. The video shows 49-year-old David Wilcox under attack by a group of teenagers who pulled him out of his car in the 1100-block of South Kedzie Avenue in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. "Twenty people on both sides of the bus stop, plus all the cars, but no one did anything to help," Wilcox said. Police said it started after a traffic-related argument Wednesday afternoon in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. Wilcox said when he asked the female driver of the other car about her insurance, she threw a punch. "I wasn't expecting that and the next thing I knew there were three men coming from, I believe, the backseat and I was getting hit from all sides," he said. In the video, the Wilcox is seen on the ground getting punched and kicked repeatedly by two men as another in the group goes through his car. He is later seen holding onto his car as it's driven away by one of the suspects. "He was swerving, trying to get me off, and I knew if I let go then I was dead," Wilcox said. - (Black-on-white)

    Police believe Richmond rape suspect is hiding out with friends
Defrederick Young, Jr.RICHMOND, Va. — Richmond Police detectives are searching for a suspect they said committed a sexual assault in July. Defrederick Young, Jr., 34, of the 1600 block of North 28th Street, is wanted for the rape of someone known to him, police said. “We believe Young is being sheltered; being helped by others,” said Major Crime Lieutenant Donald Davenport. “They need to know that they can be charged with harboring a fugitive.” Young is described as a black male, 5’ 09” tall, weighing approximately 160 pounds. He has tattoos on both of his arms and his neck.

    ‘Horrific & Abominable’: (pointy-headed) Man Charged In 3 St. Paul Rape Cases
Larry Donnell Griffin MINNEAPOLIS — A 38-year-old St. Paul man is accused in three stranger rapes that occurred in St. Paul this fall, according to charges filed in Ramsey County. Larry Donnell Griffin faces six felony charges of first-degree criminal sexual assault, four felony charges of kidnapping and two felony charges of first-degree aggravated robbery. Griffin was arrested Tuesday when authorities said they were able to link three rape cases using DNA evidence.

    NOPD accuses 7th Ward man of raping woman in backyard shed
Christopher PowellA 7th Ward man was arrested Wednesday (Nov. 9) after a 41-year-old woman told New Orleans police that he choked her and raped her inside a backyard shed earlier in the day. Christopher Powell, 39, was booked with second-degree rape, second-degree kidnapping and second-degree battery, according to court records. He was to make his first appearance Thursday in Orleans Parish Magistrate Court for a bond setting.

    Fitchburg man faces charge of repeated acts of child sexual assault
Mister Seville GibsonMADISON, Wis. - A Fitchburg man is facing charges of repeated acts of child sexual assault, Madison police said. The Madison Police Department said 26-year-old Mister Seville Gibson was arrested Thursday night on two counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child and repeated sexual assault of a child. Police said two teenage victims recently came forward to report the alleged sexual assaults after Gibson was charged in Dane County court for child sexual assault in a different case, which is scheduled to go to trail in January. Police said a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old said Gibson sexually assaulted them several years ago. It wasn't clear how old the children were during the attacks. In all cases, the suspect was acquainted with the victims, police said.

    Black DNA: serial sexual predator captured 8 years after alleged crimes
Reginald BondST. LOUIS COUNTY - A man accused of eight sexual felonies from alleged incidents in 2008 was taken into custody in Texas Tuesday, St. Louis County Police said in a press release. Reginald Bond, 38, was charged with five counts of forcible sodomy, one count of forcible rape and one count of attempted forcible sodomy in addition to one count of armed criminal action in relation to incidents from August to November of 2008. St. Louis County Police said Bond used his size — 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds — to force women to have sex with him. They said bond preyed on women who lived alone at a north county apartment building.

    (Black) Man arrested after attacking woman at resort in Virginia, police say
Michael Douglas Martin JrSPOTSYLVANIA, Va. — A man was arrested after he attacked a woman at a resort last week in Spotsylvania, Virginia, according to police. Forty-year-old Michael Douglas Martin Jr. was charged with attempt to kill, malicious wounding, breaking and entering and vandalism. Police say Martin attacked a woman at the Indian Acres Resort on Nov. 5. The unidentified woman had trauma to her head and upper body and was taken to Mary Washington Hospital.


Rome, Italy: Nigerian groped and drops his pants, "Look, let's do it". Arrested
AfricanROME - He stopped, came down his pants and said, "Look, let's do it". And 'so it began the nightmare of a nineteen year old, harassed in an underpass of Terni Railway Station. In handcuffs it is over a Nigerian of 30 years, tracked down shortly after by police while he was still inside the station, looking for an escape route.




    (Black) Man arrested for stabbing IHOP employee, claims he was poisoned
Gene HenryNORTH MIAMI, FLA. - A North Miami man is behind bars Saturday after accusations of stabbing an IHOP employee. Gene Henry, 35, has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon causing bodily harm. He is accused of stabbing an IHOP employee, Friday. Henry reportedly ate at the restaurant located on 127th Street and Biscayne Boulevard and left, before returning with the claim he had been poisoned. Police then said Henry walked up to his server and stabbed them. The server was taken to Aventura Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

    Cops hunt for (ugga-bugga) suspect in violent deli robbery
Timothy BohlerTimothy BohlerA shirtless man went on a wild rampage inside a Bronx bodega, where he assaulted two workers before fleeing in a stolen car and firing his gun as cops closed in, police said Friday. Timothy Bohler walked into Habibi Deli on East Gun Hill Rd in Pelham Gardens around 8:30 p.m. Thursday and became enraged when he wasn’t allowed to put an Arizona Iced Tea on credit. “He said, ‘I want to get this for credit.’ The clerk said no, and then he started throwing stuff,” said the owner, Ali Alhadiss, 43.

    Caught on Cam: Thief Takes an Hour to Break Into ATM
black thief

    Police: Fake ID ring funded plastic surgery for strippers
fake id ringGWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - While inmates sat in jail, police say suspects used their identity to live a lavish lifestyle. Three of four suspects are in jail after police say they ran an elaborate fake ID ring. Ericka Williams, Sean Blow and Edrell Smith were all living in the Sugarloaf area home, buying IDs from prison inmates and creating other fictitious ones to obtain lines of credit.


    Jury Finds 'Most Wanted' (black 'bloods') NJ Drug Kingpin Guilty
Luqman AbdullahAn Elizabeth drug kingpin who became one of the nation's most wanted fugitives was found guilty of all 19 criminal charges levied against him on Thursday following a two-month trial, the Union County Prosecutor's Office said. Luqman Abdullah, of Elizabeth, was convicted by a Union County jury Thursday after four days of deliberation, authorities said. He was convicted of a number of charges including first-degree maintaining a controlled dangerous substance production facility, three second-degree weapons offenses, and third-degree money laundering.


  • Departing hospitals chief Ramanathan “Ram” Raju took 52 out-of-state trips in brief tenure
    • Raju surname - a Telugu caste found mostly in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

  • Feds bust drug ring in early morning raids
    Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration strike force swooped down on eight of the Russian mobsters in Brighton Beach and Coney Island, where they operated by their own rules and laws that terrorized the Eastern European citizens of those neighborhoods — and often resulted in the use of physical violence. The defendants, who reported to and took orders from their bosses in the former Soviet Union, were all charged with extortion, drug trafficking, loansharking, illegal gambling and extortionate debt collection, according to an indictment unsealed in Brooklyn federal court. Leonid Gershman, Aleksey Tsvetkov, Renat Yusufov, Igor Krugly, Vyacheslav Malkeyev, Isok Aronov, Yusif Pardilov and Librado Rivera were arraigned in court and pleaded not guilty. One other cohort, who was not named, was also charged. “Thieves have found him . . . in Israel,” and “they were at [his] place today.”





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    Mistrial declared in Shannon Kepler murder case
Jeremy LakeJeremy LakeLisa KeplerShannon Kepler, 54, and Gina Kepler, 48TULSA, Okla. — After more than nine hours of deliberations, a jury could not reach a unanimous decision and a mistrial was declared in the murder trial of former Tulsa police officer Shannon Kepler. Kepler was charged with first-degree murder and shooting with intent to kill in connection with the 2014 death of his daughter's boyfriend, 19-year-old Jeremy Lake. According to jurors, they were deadlocked 11-1 on the murder count. A judge ordered the jury back to deliberations to see if a decision could be reached.

Dangers of interracial dating


(Black) Female anti-bullying ambassador, 23, arrested at Trump Tower protest for pushing man, 74, to the ground in fight
Shacara McLaurinA female anti-bullying ambassador was arrested on Thursday night for pushing an elderly man to the ground in a fight outside Trump Tower in Manhattan. Shacara McLaurin, 23, from Brooklyn, New York, joined angry protesters outside the President-elect's New York City home in the second night of uproar since his election win. The Black Lives Matter protester was arrested at 10.45pm for shoving the man, 74, to the ground, causing him to hit the back of his head on the sidewalk. McLaurin, who previously made headlines for being the victim of a brutal beating, was arrested for felony assault. The scuffle began when he apparently yelled 'all lives matter'.


    Athens police release sketch in rape, child molestation investigation
black child rapistATHENS, Ga. -- Athens-Clark County police have released a new sketch of a suspect wanted in a rape and child molestation in the area. Police said the incidents occurred on Sept. 4 and Nov. 4 and involved the same victim. They're describing the suspect as a black male in his mid-30s who is between 5 feet 8 inches and 5 feet 9 inches tall with a medium brown complexion. Police said he is believed to have a short curly beard, short hair and may also have crooked teeth. A forensic artist with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was able to use the overall denoscription from the victim to come up with a sketch of the alleged suspect. Anyone with information on the suspect's identity is asked to call Athens-Cl

    Fayetteville man arrested on rape, forcible sex offense charges
Willie MackFAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Fayetteville police have arrested and charged a man in connection with a rape investigation that dates back to August. Willie Mack, 55, of the 100 block of Hammond Street in Fayetteville, has been arrested and charged with first-degree forcible rape, two counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, kidnapping, two counts of first-degree forcible sex offense, and possession of a firearm by felon. Mack’s charges also include those from a separate incident that occurred earlier in November in Cumberland County, police said.

    (Black troll) Truck driver accused of taking victim from Oklahoma City to Metro East, holding her against will
Daryl ThompsonTROY, Ill. - A 59-year-old over the road truck driver from Texas was arrested in Troy, Illinois. Daryl Thompson, of Dallas, allegedly met the victim in Oklahoma City, drove her to the Metro East and physically forced her to participate in sex acts against her will. Thompson also prevented the woman from leaving, detaining her in his semi-truck, according to police. When the 44-year-old woman was able to escape, the victim ran to nearby witnesses and begged them to call police. "We received a 911 call from a Dunkin Donuts employee of a female victim who said she'd just been sexually assaulted," said Detective Michael Raymond. Police say they tracked down Thompson as he tried to drive away. They say they're thankful they caught him before he hit the interstate.

    Retired NYPD detective shoots 2 during robbery
Brian Moore, 27 and Tahje Hunt, 22 Officials say a retired New York City Police detective wounded two suspects who tried to rob her in Newark. Police say the 43-year-old, who retired nine months ago, was getting into her vehicle in Newark on Thursday night when she was approached by two men who brandished a gun and demanded money. The detective opened fire, wounding 22-year-old Tahje Hunt and 27-year-old Brian Moore, who fled on foot. The Newark residents were apprehended and taken to a hospital with injuries that are not considered life-threatening. Police recovered a replica gun.




Ex-con who shot dead New York policeman was out on just $1,000 bail at the time after he threatened to murder his wife
Manuel RosalesSgt Paul TuozzoloSgt Emmanuel KwoAn ex-con who killed a New York police officer in a gun fight was out on $1,000 bail at the time of the shooting after threatening to kill his wife. Manuel Rosales, 35, was released on bail on domestic violence charges in July after assaulting his estranged wife Tia. Rosales was shot dead last Friday in New York during a fatal gun battle with two NYPD officers. He was hunted by police after he executed Sgt Paul Tuozzolo, 41, by shooting him in the head at point black range, before wounding his partner Sgt Emmanuel Kwo, 30.




    Jury: (Black boyfriend) guilty of murdering (white) girlfriend, her two (White) children in Garland - and rape of 8-year-old girl
Keith ColemanChristina Ann SargentDuwayne CokeDestiny SargentBANGOR, Maine — Jurors deliberated for fewer than three hours over two days at the Penobscot Judicial Center before finding Keith Coleman guilty of murdering his girlfriend and her young children nearly two years ago in the trailer they shared in Garland. On Dec. 20, 2014, Coleman, 29, of Garland strangled Christina Sargent, 36, and her children, 8-year-old Destiny Sargent and 10-year-old Duwayne Coke. The jury also found Coleman guilty of one count of gross sexual assault on the girl. A sentencing date has not been set, but is not expected to be held until next year. Coleman faces between 25 years and life in prison on the murder charges and up to 30 years in prison on the sexual assault charge. The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that a defendant convicted on multiple counts of murder may be sentenced to life in prison. Assistant Attorney General Leane Zainea said outside the courtroom that she would seek a life sentence for Coleman. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Second (black) man arrested in robbery, fatal shooting of (Whtie) teen riding bike
Lajerrian Montae MorganJames E. MurphyChaz GilleyChaz GilleyFORT WORTH A second man has been arrested in connection with the attempted robbery and fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man ambushed in broad daylight while riding his bike in southeast Fort Worth. Lajerrian Montae Morgan, 25, was being held in the Mansfield jail Thursday with bail set at $1 million in the capital murder case. Morgan and James E. Murphy, 37, are accused of running down and hitting Chaz Gilley on Oct. 7 with their car as the teen rode his bike on East Berry Street, then shooting the teen multiple times when he began to run. Police believe the men had randomly targeted Gilley to rob after he was spotted with money inside the Wal-Mart off East Berry Street. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Phoenix man who didn't pay restaurant bill gets 25 years for (white) roommate's murder
Mykel Cantrel CooperSteven HorkovyA judge on Wednesday sentenced a Phoenix killer who attracted police attention after he didn't pay his restaurant bill to 25 years in prison. Mykel Cantrel Cooper pleaded guilty Oct. 5 to second-degree murder and burglary in the stabbing of his roommate. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Danielle Viola said Cooper's mental-health issues were taken into consideration in his sentencing, and she ordered that he be subject to a mental-health assessment before his release from prison. She also ordered him to serve five years of supervised probation. Viola said Cooper, 25, was back on his medication but was not taking it at the time of the stabbing. His attorney, Jason Gronski, said, "Mr. Cooper is currently medication-dependent. He's a good guy and taking responsibility for his actions." Viola said, "He was in a situation where the victim was in his bed and the defendant burst into his room to stab him to death." Detectives went to Cooper's apartment in the 2100 block of West Morten Avenue and discovered that his roommate, Steven Horkovy, 29, had been stabbed to death. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating - and/or 'room-mating'

    Three children without a mother after history of domestic violence leads to murder in Wadena
Antonio St. MarieMargaret St. MarieEmilee, Antonio Jr. and MalikWADENA, Minn. --- A history of Domestic Violence has apparently lead to murder in Wadena, Minnesota and left 3 children without a mother. Twenty-seven-year old Margaret St. Marie is dead and her husband, Antonio St. Marie faces a probable cause charge of murder. Formal charges are pending. He remains hospitalized following a chase and crash. It happened here, in Antonio and Margaret St. Marie’s second floor apartment at 310 Bryant Avenue in Wadena. Margaret was shot dead and Antonio fled the scene in his vehicle. He was chased by police, until he crashed west of town and was captured.
But a search of court records shows there was trouble behind the closed doors of the St. Marie’s home. Just last week, Antonio was charged with Felony Domestic Assault. He allegedly accused Margaret of cheating on him and roughed her up. Antonio was already on probation for another Felony Domestic Assault and Terroristic Threats conviction in 2012 Sadly, he was under a court order stemming from last week’s charge to have no contact with his wife. However, police were not called until a gunshot was heard and his wife, Margaret was dead and the couple’s 3 young children were without a mother. Authorities have not released the condition of Antonio St. Marie. But the State Patrol reports the driver of the vehicle St. Marie hit during that crash and crash was 55-year old Jeffrey Reinhart of Park Rapids, Minnesota. The Patrol reported that Reinhart did not received life threatening injuries. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Deputies: (white blonde cheerleader) killed in allegedly 'accidental' shooting by her (black) boyfriend
Jason Rashon TenorCortney SmithAn 18-year-old West Iredell High graduate was shot and killed by her boyfriend Monday with a gun he didn’t think was loaded, officials said. Cortney Smith, 18, was pronounced dead at the scene after medical personnel were unable to revive her, according to Iredell County Sheriff’s Maj. Andy Poteat. Poteat said Smith’s boyfriend, Jason Rashon Tenor, 21, was handling a handgun left by a friend at a home in the 100 block of Tree Line Drive. The magazine was taken out of the gun, Poteat said, but the firearm was still loaded. Poteat said Tenor pulled the trigger intentionally, not thinking the gun would fire, and a bullet struck Smith. Tenor, of Wedgewood Road, Statesville, has been charged with felony involuntary manslaughter. During investigation, deputies discovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Tenor’s possession, Poteat said. Tenor was charged with possession of both, but Poteat said marijuana consumption is not believed to be a factor in Smith’s death. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Black Sports: She wanted more attention from a top football player. So out came boiling water
Jonnu Smith and Mary GasparThe college career of FIU senior tight end Jonnu Smith, the team’s premier offensive player over his four seasons and easily the Panthers’ best 2017 NFL Draft prospect, ended on Halloween when his girlfriend doused him with boiling water. According to the arrest affidavit, Smith suffered severe burns on his head, neck, back, a shoulder and an arm. Miami Gardens resident Mary Gaspar, five months pregnant with Smith’s child, was charged with aggravated battery. Gaspar has been released on a pre-trial release order. - (Drudge) - (Black Sports)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Cops announce massive reward increase in East Atlanta Village killing - White man gunned down fighting with a black burglar
Jonathan Alexander (Alex) Newtonblack killerAtlanta police on Wednesday announced a huge increase in the reward in the death of Alex Newton, an East Atlanta Village resident. The reward officially now stands at $25,000, which is more than 12 times the typical reward offered in metro Atlanta cases. Newton was reportedly gunned down while fighting with a burglar in his apartment at the Alexan EAV complex on Oct. 31. His brother, Trey Newton, created an online fundraiser to increase the reward, bringing in more than $32,000 It wasn't immediately clear if the rest of the money will be approved to add to the reward through Crime Stoppers. The family is working closely with police on the case and reward. The crime has rocked the East Atlanta Village community, which is generally considered safer than some areas of the city. Police have released security camera footage of a man they're calling a wanted suspect. - (Black-on-white)
  • UPDATE | Family members of Alex Newton speak out days after his death
  • Thomson man killed in Atlanta home invasion
    A Thomson native was killed Oct. 31 when he walked in on an intruder in his Atlanta apartment. Jonathan Alexander (Alex) Newton, 30, came home for lunch at his apartment at the Alexan EAV on Metropolitan Ave. in Atlanta and was shot multiple times by a burglar who fled the scene. Newton worked with his brother Trey at Newton Construction Group in Atlanta.
  • For Crime Stoppers Reward (Alex) - (gofundme)
    My name is Trey Newton and on Halloween day my little brother Alex was murdered. Alex walked in on a home invader at his appartment when he went home for lunch. The perpitrator then shot him to death before running. There is a video of a person of interest. We are trying to raise money to add to the CRIME STOPPERS reward money so that this perpetrator doesnt stay on the run for long.

    22-Year-Old Chesco Man Arrested For Murder In Broad Daylight: DA
Kevin Paul JalbertSheron "Ryda" Purnell A 22-year-old Coatesville man has been arrested for the murder of a man on October 3. Sheron "Ryda" Purnell has been cahrged with first degree murder in shotting death of Kevin Jalbert, the Chester County District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday. "This type of violence is inexcusable," said Coatesville Police Chief Jack Lauter. "The good citizens of Coatesville are outraged by a daytime shooting that endangers children." The incident occurred at around 6:39 p.m. on October 3 near 6th Avenue and Belmont Street, according to a criminal complaint. Jalbert had allegedly been walking down the street when he came upon a group of juveniles. He yelled at the kids, who walked away from him, the DA's office said. That's when Purnell arrived and confronted Jalbert, the complaint states. At first they just exchanged words, but then after a time, Purnell pulled out a black semi-automatic handgun and shot Jalbert several times, authorities said. - (Black-on-white)

    Couple convicted in bystander's shooting death on Hilltop in 2015
Jalen Rashaad Hall and 20-year-old Alexa S. CurtisCharlie MahonWhat began as an argument over $80 led to shots fired into a Hilltop house in July 2015 and the death of a man who wasn't involved in the dispute. Monday, a Franklin County jury convicted Jalen R. Hall, 22, of being the gunman and Alexa S. Curtis, 21, of encouraging his actions. Both were convicted of murder, discharging a firearm into a residence and six counts of felonious assault. Both face a mandatory 18 years to life in prison on the murder count when they are sentenced Dec. 8 by Common Pleas Judge Kim Brown. The judge could add nearly 100 more years to Hall's sentence for the other charges, as well as criminal gang specifications and for illegally possessing a gun. Curtis doesn't face quite as many years because she didn't have the additional gang and gun specifications. Charles Mahon, 61, died after he was struck in the head by a bullet as he stood in the doorway of his house in the 2200 block of Springmont Avenue on the evening of July 20, 2015. - (Black-on-white)

    Victim in Burnsville Dollar Tree Shooting ID'd; Charges Expected Wednesday
Grant HendricksonWeeping AngelAuthorities have identified the man shot and killed Monday afternoon at the Burnsville Dollar Tree. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office identified the victim as 69-year-old Donald Hortsch of Rosemount. Hortsch died of a gunshot wound to the head. Initial reports indicate Hortsch was a customer at the Dollar Tree. The Dakota County Attorney's Office expects to file charges against the alleged shooter, 27-year-old Grant Hendrickson of South St. Paul, by Wednesday afternoon. Burnsville police say about 12:15 p.m. Hendrickson shot Hortsch and another person inside the store. The second victim remains hospitalized, but is expected to survive. That person, who has not been identified, is believed to be an acquaintance of a store employee. - (Black-on-white)

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