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Man on the run after he set his
girlfriend on fire
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A couple's argument turned into a violent ordeal Saturday morning when a woman was set on fire in southeast Houston. It happened around 7:30 a.m. in the 6100 block of Ridgeway Drive. Houston police responded to an initial report of a person down in the area, but found that the woman had severe burns on her body, authorities said. The woman had run to a neighbor's house for help after her boyfriend set her on fire, HPD said. It began with an argument between the victim and her boyfriend when he grabbed a water bottle that had gasoline in it and poured it on her and lit her on fire, Houston police said. The woman was severely burned on her chest, shoulder, neck and thigh.
The woman was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital where she was stable. The man accused of burning the woman, identified as Harold Celestine, took off before officers arrived. Celestine is now wanted on aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and assault charges.
Orleans police seeking (black)
suspect in carjacking, attempted
The New Orleans Police Department is searching for a suspect for an unarmed carjacking and attempted murder that happened in the Leonidas neighborhood on Nov. 15.
Investigators said the incident happened in the 1700 block of Monroe Street and identified the suspect in a Sunday news release as Kyren Washington, 17.
Police say the victim grabbed hold of her vehicle’s steering wheel as the suspect sped off, causing her to fall to the ground and get run over by one of the car's tires. She was sent to the hospital with serious injuries. NOPD detectives have obtained a warrant for Washington's arrest, and he faces one charge each of attempted second-degree murder and carjacking.
randomly attacked woman at Trax
platform, stabbed her at least 16
(KUTV) – Investigators believe a violent attack at a train station in Salt Lake City Friday night was random and the suspect has been booked into jail on charges including attempted murder.
According to a police report made public Saturday morning, the suspect, Michael Nimmo, 50, stabbed the female victim at least sixteen times on the Trax platform at 900 South 200 West. The victim is reported to be in extremely critical condition at the hospital, according to UTA Police. Police say the suspect refused to speak with detectives about what happened, but there is video of the incident.
92, dies of blunt force trauma in
motel room, (black) caretaker of
20 years arrested
A 64-year-old caretaker has been arrested after the 92-year-old man he had served as caretaker to for approximately 20 years was found dead in a motel room with multiple blunt force trauma injuries.
The incident occurred on Nov. 18 around 8 p.m. when the Tracy Police Department in Tracy, California, received a call of a person not breathing in a motel room located just off of Interstate 205.
\When authorities arrived they discovered 92-year-old JC Williams Jr. in the motel room unresponsive and pronounced him deceased shortly after and deemed that Williams' death was suspicious.
"Upon further investigation, Mr. Williams appeared to have multiple blunt force trauma injuries, which were believed to have resulted in his death," the Tracy Police Department said in a statement. Two days later on Nov. 20, Clark Stone, a 64-year-old resident of Lathrop, California, who had served as William's caretaker for approximately two decades, was arrested in association with the homicide of Williams.
man robbed of $7 (by
heartless black predator)
while walking down Bronx street
CLAREMONT, The Bronx (WABC) -- An 85-year-old man was robbed while walking down the street in the Bronx.
The victim was walking on 170th St in Claremont on Saturday morning when a woman approached him from behind. He was knocked to the ground.
The woman then climbed on top of him and emptied his pockets. She got away with seven dollars.
scum-of-earth black) arrested
after allegedly stealing chain
from blind tourist in Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - Police have arrested a man who allegedly robbed a legally blind tourist of his jewelry at gunpoint in Miami Beach. Miami Beach Police and Fire Rescue units responded to the area of Collins Avenue and 10th Street at around 9:30 a.m., Saturday.
Edward Earl Smallwood, 27, was arrested. He faces charges that include armed robbery with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and resisting arrest. According to the arrest report, witnesses confirmed the victim, who is visiting from Chicago, was walking with a friend when Smallwood allegedly approached them from behind and placed the barrel of a gun to the victim’s back and snatched his gold chain while pushing him to the ground. Smallwood allegedly then took off running and dropped the gun, which was later recovered.
York City - DAILY CASUALTY REPORT
- DEAD AND WOUNDED
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accused of 'Anti-Semitism' or picking
Cuomo calls secret Hasidic wedding in Brooklyn ‘blatant disregard of law’
[threatening to put badges on all New York Jews and shuffle them off to internment camps for violating Democratic Chinese Virus Orders]
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|Facial recognition software can now reportedly recognize bears|
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Putin Has Yet To Recognize Criminal
Usurper Joe Biden's (alleged)
- (based on Democrat vote
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York: GIANT RATS overtaking
Central Park and the Upper West
Side - HAVE ALREADY TAKEN OVER THE
AOC has promised them representation on the City Council - promises free bricks of Government Cheese - specially Queer Rats of Color!
|21 November 2020|
recommends life sentence for BLACK
former baseballer who killed 3
WM and the spook's father and
A jury recommended Thursday that a black from Corona be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 2015 killing of three people, including his father and uncle, officials said.
Brandon Willie Martin, 27, was found guilty on Nov. 4 of the first-degree murders of his 64-year-old disabled father Michael Martin; his 51-year-old maternal uncle Ricky Andersen; and 62-year-old Barry Swanson, an alarm system installer who was working at the family’s home at the time of the incident, the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office said.
A jury also found true the special circumstance of multiple murders, making Martin eligible for the death penalty, according to the DA’s office.
Martin, who originally pleaded not guilty in 2015, is scheduled to return to court on Jan. 29, 2021, for the rendering of the sentence by a judge.
On Sept. 17, 2015, police responded to the family’s home in the 1000 block of Winthrop Drive in Corona. They found the three men beaten to death with a black wooden baseball bat engraved with Martin’s name, officials said. - (Black-on-White)
Black arrested for murder of
(white) drug dealer at Toledo
"Stop & Go" quickie mart
TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo police have made an arrest tied to the fatal shooting of a man on Friday morning in south Toledo.
An emergency call came in at 9:26 a.m. that a person was shot at the Stop and Go store at 1401 South Ave. The shooting victim, Alvin Volker, 30, was found with at least one gunshot wound.
He was treated at the scene and was taken to St. Vincent Hospital where he later died.
Detectives responded to the scene. An investigation led to the arrest of 53-year-old Scottie Greer later that day. Greer was booked into the Lucas County Jail and has been charged with murder. - (Black-on-White)
do drugs. Especially don't buy
from, sell to and/or share drugs
looking for pair of black
teenagers who keep setting fire to
yellow school buses
The NYPD is looking for two teenagers who set fire to five yellow school buses in separate incidents in Brooklyn this month.
The (black) pair, a young man and a young woman, have caused no injuries in the series of arsons targeting school buses in Flatbush and East Flatbush,
The pair lit buses on fire on Sunday, Nov. 1, Thursday, Nov. 12 and Thursday, Nov. 19, police said.
York City - DAILY CASUALTY REPORT
- DEAD AND WOUNDED
Man Arrested Following Shooting
Outside Willow Grove Park Mall
WILLOW GROVE, Pa. (CBS) — Abington police say they’ve made an arrest following a shooting outside the Willow Grove Park Mall on Sunday.
The suspect is 18-year-old Heyzer Perez-Maldonado of Philadelphia.
Perez-Maldonado is facing several charges, including attempted murder.
Police say the suspect shot a man outside the mall after an argument inside the building.
The victim is expected to recover, according to police.
foreign man Aditya Vemulapati
(from INDIA), who shoved migrant
woman onto NYC subway tracks held
The deranged homeless man accused of shoving an innocent straphanger onto Manhattan subway tracks as a train pulled into the station was ordered held without bail at his arraignment Friday.
Aditya Vemulapati, 24, was arraigned on charges of attempted murder in the second-degree, attempted assault in the first-degree, assault in the second-degree and first-degree reckless endangerment during the virtual Manhattan Criminal Court hearing.
Citizenship status of the FOREIGN suspect has not been reported in this news article...
Authorities say surveillance video captured Vemulapati attack the unsuspecting 40-year-old woman while she waited for a train at 14th Street-Union Square station at 8:30 a.m. Thursday. Vemulapati, who was seen pacing the platform, allegedly ran up behind the woman and pushed her onto the tracks just as a No. 5 train entered the station. Miraculously, the victim was not seriously injured since she landed between the row bed and the rails. Vemulapati was arrested at the scene.
“This case is a strong case. The defendant attempted to kill a stranger on a subway platform yesterday morning,” a prosecutor told Judge Keisha Espinal during the arraignment. “The only reason she is alive is because she landed between the tracks and the train was able to pass over her.”
Vemulapati, who has only been in New York for the past few months, has no prior arrests with the NYPD, but has a history of arrests in Illinois, Missouri and Florida, which include violations of orders of protections and failures to appear in court, according to prosecutors.
Vemulapati’s alleged victim, Liliana Sagbaicela, (from ECUADOR) was at home recovering Friday after the traumatic incident.
“I saw in the video, the man — oh my, God, I can’t believe it,” Sagbaicela, a married mom of two daughters, told 1010 WINS Friday. “Is this happening? Now I understand why everybody and the police say to me, ‘You are alive for the miracles. You are a miracle.”
The victim suffered a gash to her head that required several stitches.
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
|As a lawyer, the lack of Dominion counter suits is very telling.|
TATTOOED Democrat Lieutenant
Governor John Fetterman’s Flags
Fly In Face Of Some Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, Democrat John Fetterman, may have gotten under somebody’s skin. A provision slipped into lame-duck budget legislation Friday would ban flags not approved by lawmakers from flying at the state Capitol — such as the pro-marijuana legalization and LGBTQ- and transgender-rights flags that Fetterman hangs from his second-floor outdoor balcony that overlooks the building’s broad front steps.
The Democratic mayor with a zipcode tattoo - NO, he is not a 'Hologram Survivor'!
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robber headline has Marxist slant:
Pompeii excavation unearths
well-preserved bodies of SHORT
wealthy man and slave
The first victim was determined to be a young man, between the ages of 18 and 25, who stood at a little over 5 feet tall.
Researchers believe the man was older than the other victim, between the ages of 30 and 40, and about 5 feet 3 inches tall.
|20 November 2020|
| (black) Wisconsin
[black supremacist, criminal] BLM
agitator arrested following rape
A prominent Black Lives Matter leader in Milwaukee, Wisc. has been arrested on suspicion of rape following a sex crime investigation.
Frank David Sensabaugh, a 39-year-old ['aspiring'] rapper who goes by “Frank Nitty,” was arrested by Milwaukee police on suspicion of felony third-degree sexual assault on Monday night. He filmed the arrest on Facebook live.
Sensabaugh rose to prominence as a BLM activist following the death of [some black criminal overdosing]. He organized and led numerous protests in Milwaukee, Kenosha and other cities.
During his arrest, his son takes over the recording. As Sensabaugh is placed in the police car, a scuffle off-camera occurred between his friend and a police officer.
Sensabaugh has a criminal history that includes drug manufacturing charges and driving with a revoked license. According to Wisconsin public records, he owes over $92,000 in back child support. In August he was arrested for disorderly conduct after leading a group to block traffic on a highway in Indiana.
On Aug. 24, he was part of a BLM protest that marched on private property in rural Michigan. The incident resulted in an exchange of crossfire. One protester was injured.
“White supremacists ... if you point your guns at us, you will die,” Sensabaugh said in a livestream video at the time.
He is currently being held at the Milwaukee County Jail and his bail is set at $50,000.
Murder suspect Arrested
Greeleyville, South Carolina --- Marquise Devonte Franklin, 22, of Greeleyville, was arrested by the United States Marshall Service Task Force on November 13, in connection to a double murder, according to a press release issued by the Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators with the Sheriff's Office, Kingstree Police Department, and the Williamsburg County Coroner's Office continue to investigate the deadly shooting that occurred on October 3, in Lanue Floyd Village in Kingstree.
When in the incident occurred, responding deputies discovered that three gunshot victims were transported to Williamsburg Regional Hospital. Upon further investigations into the incident by Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office Investigation Division, it was discovered that there were only two gunshot victims. Both victims, a male and a female succumbed to their injuries. The United States Marshall Service task force located and arrest Marquise Devonte Franklin for the charge of Murder.
Drug trafficker executed for
kidnapping and raping teen,
burying her alive
A marijuana trafficker convicted of kidnapping and raping a teen – and then burying her alive – was executed this week at an Indiana prison, becoming the eighth federal inmate to die this year.
Orlando Cordia Hall, 49, was put to death via lethal injection late Thursday at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, where he was pronounced dead at 11:47 p.m., the Department of Justice announced.
Court documents show Hall, who ran a marijuana trafficking operation in Arkansas with several accomplices, drove to Arlington, Texas, in September 1994 after a botched drug deal worth $4,700.
Prosecutors said Hall and his accomplices went to the man’s home because they thought he stole their money and instead kidnapped his 16-year-old sister, Lisa Rene, after she refused to let them inside.
Hall then raped the teen — an honors student and aspiring doctor — in a car and later drove her to a hotel in Arkansas, where he and his accomplices bound and repeatedly raped her, prosecutors said.
The following morning, Hall said the teen had known “too much” and took her to a park where he and another man dug a grave earlier that afternoon, but were unable to find the site.
One day later, on Sept. 26, 1994,
Hall and two other men took the teen
to Byrd Natural Lake Area in Pine
Bluff, Arkansas, where Hall placed a
sheet over her head and whacked her
with a shovel, prosecutors
Suspect arrested in the murder of
teen found dead beneath bridge in
COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - A suspect has been arrested in the murder of a Columbus teen.
Lilmarcus Ransom, 20, was arrested and charged with the murder of 16-year-old Allen Toombs.
Columbus police responded to the area of Cusseta Road and Conner Road Sunday, Nov. 16 in reference to a person being down. Upon arrival, officers located Toombs dead beneath a bridge. He had been shot. Ransom is scheduled to appear in Recorder’s Court Monday, Nov. 23 at 9 a.m.
Police say further arrests are expected in the case.
(black) Men Arrested In The Murder
Of Jessup Man: Police
COLUMBIA, MD — Howard County police have arrested two men in the Oct. 4 homicide of Juan Michael Ross in Columbia.
Daquante Donte Thomas, 18, of Southern Cross Drive in Gwynn Oak, has been charged with first- and second-degree murder and assault.
Tyrik Michael Braxton, 24, of West Fayette Street in Baltimore, has been charged with first- and second-degree murder, assault, and conspiracy to commit murder.
seek death penalty for MS-13
member charged in 7 murders
The Justice Department has authorized federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty against an MS-13 gang leader charged in connection to seven gruesome murders — including the baseball bludgeoning of two teen girls, according to court papers.
Jairo Saenz, also known as Funny, could be executed if convicted of any of the slayings, reveals a new filing in Central Islip federal court.
Saenz, 24, who is the second-in-command of the Brentwood/Central Islip chapter of the Sailors Locos Salvatruchas Westside clique, is charged in connection to the Long Island killings of Michael Johnson, Oscar Acosta, Kayla Cuevas, Nisa Mickens, Javier Castillo, Dewann Stacks and Esteban Alvarado-Bonilla, according to the indictment.
Best friends Mickens, 15, and Cuevas, 16, were beaten with baseball bats and hacked to death with machetes in Brentwood in a crime so brutal it sparked national outrage.
Prosecutors announced over the summer that they’d also seek the death penalty against Jairo Saenz’s brother, Alexi Saenz, who President Donald Trump called a “bloodthirsty MS-13 leader.”
'road rage' shooting:
'asian'? arrested for murder of
short-tempered (white) father of
AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Police in Aurora have arrested a suspect in a road rage case that turned into a deadly shooting. Romeo Desean Thompson is facing charges of first-degree murder and possession of a weapon by a previous offender.
Phillip Hunt, 54, was shot in the chest and abdomen, according to the affidavit, and died later at the hospital.
Police arrested Thompson, 19, just a few hours after the incident at E. Yale Avenue and E. Brown that happened on Monday morning. Hunt’s wife, Donna, said they were in their black 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee, stopped at a red light, facing eastbound on East Iliff Avenue, at South Chambers Road. Phillip was driving and Donna was in the front passenger seat. The traffic light turned green, and the driver of a dark colored Jeep Cherokee behind them honked.
The driver of the Jeep Cherokee was later identified as Thompson.
Donna Hunt told police her husband became annoyed that someone had honked at him and slowly accelerated eastbound on East Iliff Avenue. She said Thompson, then became aggressive and began to speed around their vehicle on the right side.
She told police Thompson threw what she believed to be a Gatorade bottle at their car, striking it and making a loud sound. Phillip Hunt then pulled up behind the Jeep Cherokee that Thompson was driving, and followed it at a high rate of speed.
Donna Hunt said Thompson was driving erratically and went through red lights to get away from Philip, who continued to follow the Jeep Cherokee on multiple streets in Aurora.
Thompson pulled over the Jeep Cherokee near the intersection of East Brown Drive and East Yale Avenue and both men got out of their vehicles. Donna Hunt said Thompson hit Phillip Hunt with a black handgun — and then heard two or three shots.
Thompson took off, but Donna Hunt got pictures of his vehicle, the license plate and his female passenger. It’s not clear if she will face any charges. Thompson was later arrested at a Circle K after getting out of the car and walking away. According to the affidavit, Thompson admitted shooting Phillip Hunt three times — and said two of those shots were fired after he was already on the ground.
Phillip Hunt worked for a financial services company and was married with three children. A coworker told CBS4 Hunt was “a lovely man.” A GoFundMe has been set up to raise money for the education of his children.
looking into whether Azerbaijani
family swindled millions from
Pollard done with parole
in US, free to relocate to Israel
WASHINGTON (AP) — Jonathan Pollard, the former Navy intelligence analyst who served 30 years in prison for selling secrets to Israel, has completed his parole, the Justice Department said Friday. The move will free him to travel to Israel, which his advocates say has long been Pollard's wish.
|| Besides the WWII
Jewish nuclear spies - the infamous
Rosenbergs - were
there any other notorious Jewish
investigate swastika, other vandalism at Jewish cemetery in Cleveland
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"jokes" that Navy SEALs could
remove Trump from the White House
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(November 19, 1865-May 30, 1937)
Today is the birthday of Madison Grant, American aristocrat and pioneering advocate
of white racial preservationism, immigration restriction, eugenics, anti-miscegenation laws, and the conservation of wildlife and wilderness.
To learn more about Grant’s life and legacy, see these articles at Counter-Currents:
|19 November 2020|
blacks ordered to trial on charges
stemming from the assassination of
a (White) Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA - Four men have been ordered to stand trial on charges stemming from the death of a Philadelphia police officer shot as police were trying to serve a warrant earlier this year.
Hassan Elliott, 22, accused of being the gunman, and three co-defendants were ordered held for trial Wednesday on charges including murder, conspiracy, attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, and weapons offenses.
Cpl. James O'Connor was killed during a SWAT operation to arrest Elliot, who was suspected in a separate homicide.
SWAT officers made entry into a home on the 1600 block of Bridge Street on the morning of March 13 when police say Elliot opened fire on officers through a closed front door. - (Black-on-White)
killer Marlin Joseph sentenced to
Marlin Joseph has been sentenced to death for the murders of a mother and her daughter in 2017.
with murder after allegedly
shooting at his ex-girlfriend's
new lover, causing crash &
death of rival
A Montgomery man was charged with first-degree murder after he allegedly shot at a car, causing the driver to crash and die last month, officials said.
Prosecutors argued during a bond hearing Thursday that the incident was sparked by jealousy because the victim was dating the defendant’s ex-girlfriend.
Around 12:05 a.m., Oct. 17, Aurora police officers were near the 1100 block of Plum Street on the city’s West Side when they heard numerous gunshots, police said in a news release Thursday. After searching the area, officers found a 2006 Dodge Durango on Redwood Drive that crashed into a tree. The driver of the vehicle, Ernest A. Hardy, 39, of Aurora, was taken to a local hospital in critical condition following the crash and later taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, where he was pronounced dead Oct. 22, officials said.
Chuckie E. Chatman, 30, of the 800 block of Victoria Drive, Montgomery, was charged with first-degree murder, aggravated discharge of a firearm and reckless homicide by the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office, court records show.
| (black) Suspect
identified in murder of
16-year-old in Okeechobee County,
The Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office has identified the suspect who allegedly killed a 16-year-old on Monday. According to officials, Pardell K. Rembert, 28, was arrested for the shooting that left the teenager dead. Rembert was arrested and is being charged with murder while engaged in the commission of a felony.
"The Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office has not yet released the identity of the victim. A vigil was held for the victim Tuesday night. The family said the boy was on 13th Street in Okeechobee Monday night around 10 p.m. when he was shot. "We got a phone call from another family member that went to the hospital to check to see if he was OK and everything," said a family member. "An hour later, he was gone."
hear NYC shooting victim’s
desperate 911 plea before
An ex-con was convicted in Brooklyn federal court Wednesday after jurors heard the injured victim pleading for his life on a 911 call that was recorded as his assailant stood over him clutching a gun.
Alonzo Shipp, also known as Pump, blasted the unnamed victim in the stomach in the early morning hours of July 20, 2018, in South Jamaica, Queens, officials said.
The victim collapsed two blocks away and called 911 as Shipp pursued him.
“I’ve been shot,” the hysterical man panted into the phone, according to the recording.
“My shooter is chasing me right now…My shooter is on me right now…My shooter is right here!” he repeated in a panicked tone, as the female operator tried to ascertain his address.
The wounded victim can then be heard speaking directly to his attacker on the recorded call.
“I don’t want to die, Pump, please, please,” he begged. “I don’t want to die, Pump.”
Shipp was standing over the victim when his Sig Sauer pistol jammed and he fled, ditching the weapon in a dumpster, authorities said.
| (black) Man,
20, faces murder charge in West
Side shooting, police say
A 20-year-old black man faces a charge of first-degree murder in a fatal West Side shooting earlier this month, according to Chicago police.
Alex Thomas, of the South Austin neighborhood, was arrested about 9:30 p.m. Sunday in the 1000 block of West 77th Street in the Gresham neighborhood on the South Side, police said. Police said he was identified as the person who shot and killed a 25-year-old man Nov. 8 in the 4900 block of West Madison Street in the South Austin neighborhood.
In that shooting, Lavell Mathis, 25 , walked through a vacant lot about 1 a.m. when another man approached him and fired shots, police said. The gunman left in a white sedan. Mathis was taken to Mount Sinai Medical Center in critical condition with gunshot wounds to the abdomen and armpit, police said. He was later pronounced dead.
| (black) Suspect
charged with murder in Walker Co.
PARRISH, Ala. (WIAT) — A person authorities were searching for in relation to a murder was taken into custody Tuesday.
Shaquille Dandre Harris, 28 of Birmingham, was taken into custody and charged with intentional murder after the Walker County Sheriff’s Office said he shot and killed a man Saturday evening.
The victim was identified as Thomas Lance Colvin Price, Jr. Authorities say he appeared to have suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was “without signs of life.” Numerous witnesses on the scene stated that an argument erupted between Harris and Price. At some point during the argument, the sheriff’s office reports, Harris used a handgun to shoot Price multiple times.
Preliminary findings of the autopsy indicate that Price died from multiple gunshot wounds, and the manner of death is classified as Homicide,
Serial killer Samuel Little
confesses to murder that once sent
innocent man to prison
Notorious African-American serial killer Samuel Little has been identified as the murderer of two more women in Miami-Dade County — including one case in which another man served 22 years in prison before he was exonerated.
Authorities recently concluded that Little murdered Karen O’Donoghue, whose body has never been discovered, in the early 1970s, and Dorothy Gibson, who was strangled outside a downtown Miami hotel in 1977. Detectives say Little, who confessed to 93 murders and has been dubbed the country’s most prolific serial killer, admitted to both cases and there’s enough evidence to corroborate his claims.
In all, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office has officially identified Little as the killer of four women in the county, although he is suspected in several other South Florida cases. - (Black-on-White)
Houston man Oscar
murder of Hispanic man in
Shenandoah City Hall parking lot
A shooting on Monday outside the Shenandoah City Hall parking lot has left one man dead and another in jail accused of murder.
Oscar Valencia, 37, of Houston, is being charged with murder, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. Valencia is being held without bond at the Montgomery County Jail, according to jail records. Valencia, according to the District Attorney’s Office, fatally shot Eliseo Garza, 36, of Porter, in the parking lot.
The shooting took place around noon Monday and involved two parties in separate cars that entered the parking lot
Man Luis Romero shot and
killed after forcing entry into
another man's apartment in Phoenix
two Republicans on Michigan’s
Wayne County GOP members rescind
votes to certify election, claim
Dems 'bullied' them
'The comments made accusations of racism and threatened me and members of my family'
|Man caught on video hurling racist comments at Lyft driver fired from job|
|General Thomas McInerney Outlines New Evidence Alleging Nationwide Ballot Tampering to Prevent Trump Landslide|
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AND FAILED HALF-BREED FOOTBALLER
COLIN KAEPERNICK CALL FOR
THE ASSASSINATION OF WHITE
POLICE OFFICERS WITH NO
PUNISHMENT - CALL FOR THE
RELEASE OF ALL BLACK SUPREMACIST
DoD, US Army, DHHS, All of America
Must Receive Vaccine Within 24
|18 November 2020|
The driver is charged for 9 months
after hitting a (WHITE) woman who
was on the phone with her mother
On Monday, 26-year-old Endail Thomas was booked into the Broward County Jail in connection with the February 19 crash that killed Aline Palla Acosta.
The crash happened at around 5:11 PM, as Thomas was driving on Northeast 10th Street trying to pass a slower car. It was then that he pulled off the road and hit the woman, the Broward Sheriff’s Office traffic murder investigators reported.
Thomas is said to have driven 96 mph in an area with a speed limit of 35 mph.
In the moments leading up to the crash, Acosta had spoken to her parents in Brazil. Her shocked mother heard the impact of the car. Acosta was pronounced dead on the spot after the car tied her to a post. Her family friends raised money to have her body cremated and the ashes returned to Brazil, where her parents live. GoFundMe page. - (Black-on-White)
female) Delaware teen allegedly
beaten to death by (black)
A second suspect has been charged in the murder of a 17-year-old Delaware teen who was lured into the woods and beaten to death last month, prosecutors said.
Annika Stalczynski, 17, was arrested Monday after investigators found she conspired with Noah Sharp to ambush and kill Madison Sparrow, the Delaware Attorney’s General Office said.
Stalczynski was Sparrow’s classmate when they both attended Newark Charter High School, the Delaware News Journal reported.
Sparrow’s parents reported her missing on Oct. 5. Three days later, cops arrested Sharp, Sparrow’s ex-boyfriend.
Richard Prestidge, Sparrow’s father, mourned the loss of his daughter and described her to the outlet as “wise beyond her years.”
Sharp, 19, admitted to police that he killed his ex-girlfriend by beating her with a baseball bat and then dumped her body in a wooded area along Interstate 95, court documents obtained by the Delaware News Journal say.
A motive for Sparrow’s murder remains unclear, but Sharp allegedly said he and Stalczynski planned the killing. The relationship between Sharp and Stalczynski is also unknown. Stalczynski and Sharp have been charged with first degree murder, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony and first-degree conspiracy. - (Black-on-White)
of interracial dating
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL
Pair wanted for fatally beating,
burning 74-year-old on South Side:
Police on Monday shared video of two people wanted for allegedly beating a 74-year-old man to death with a baseball bat and burning his body in Fernwood on the South Side.
The senior citizen was found badly burned next to a home Sept. 22 in the 200 block of West 103rd Street, according to Chicago police.
An autopsy revealed that Earl Miller died of multiple injuries from an assault, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. Videos released Monday show a man inside a convenience store and another person walking in grass near a surveillance camera. Police asked anyone with information to call detectives at 312-747-8271.
(black) DeKalb County murder
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Authorities have arrested a man wanted in connection to a murder in DeKalb County last month.
Faruk Adedapo Fadesire, 24, of Stone Mountain, was arrested in a joint operation with the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit, DeKalb County Police K-9 Unit, and the DeKalb County Marshal’s Office on Wednesday. He was charged with murder.
Fadesire is accused of shooting a woman in the head at a home on Memorial Drive in Stone Mountain on Oct. 24. That woman, whose name has not been released, died from her injuries.
Suspect Wanted For Pushing Man
Into Traffic On Brooklyn Street
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are trying to track down a man accused of punching another man and pushing him into traffic last week in Brooklyn. It happened around 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 10 near Ralph and Atlantic avenues.
Police said the suspect approached the 27-year-old victim and started punching him in the face.
The suspect allegedly pushed the man into traffic, where he was hit by a car.
Police said the victim was hospitalized in stable condition with injuries to his face and ankle. Investigators released video of the suspect, who they say is 20 to 25 years old, 5 feet 9 inches tall, 160 pounds, last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, black pants and white sneakers.
ACTIVIST SEEN PUNCHING TRUMP
SUPPORTER IN VIRAL VIDEO IS A
REGISTERED CHOMO CHILD SEX RAPIST
FEMALE Bookkeeper Accused Of
Stealing Nearly $400,000 From
Ardmore-Based Business To Fund
ARDMORE, Pa. (CBS) — A bookkeeper on the Main Line is accused of stealing nearly $400,000 to fund a lavish lifestyle.
Prosecutors say Tiarah Brokenborough stole $394,000 from Hynes Roofing and Siding over a one-and-a-half-year period.
She allegedly used some of the money to pay for vacations, plastic surgery and tickets to Sixers and Flyers games.
Brokenborough is due in court next month.
BLACK BITCH PORCH 'PIRATE' STEALS
What a piece of work.
Cops are hunting for a package thief who was caught on camera on Long Island stealing a 6-year-old boy’s birthday gift, police said Monday.
The thief struck around 2:40 p.m. Oct. 21, stealing the boy’s Lego set from the Mastic Beach home, according to cops. Suffolk County Police released photos of the (BLACK HIPPOPOTAMUS), wearing a yellow sweatsuit, grabbing the package from the front porch and getting into a white SUV.
former BLACK footballer Arrested
on Gun Charge
Former Miami Dolphins safety Reshad Jones was arrested Wednesday morning in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and charged with carrying a concealed firearm.
Per WPLG Local 10, police said they were called after Jones was seen walking through gas station parking lots while holding a loaded handgun. According to the arrest report, Jones told police he "does not have and never has held" a concealed weapons permit. Police said that after Jones complied with orders to get on the ground, he "was very difficult with officers and appeared to be on the influence of an unknown substance." Police also Jones had "a heavy odor of alcohol."
| (black) Richmond
man gets 10 years for trafficking
teen girl, holding her to $500/day
He attended her 17th birthday party, prosecutors say
SAN FRANCISCO — A Richmond man who was caught trafficking a teen girl, allegedly holding her to a quota of $500 under threats of violence, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Tuesday, court records show.
Kevin Fuqua, 33, allegedly trafficked the girl from at least August 2018 until his arrest in early 2019, when the girl was detained by Alameda County deputies on suspicion of prostitution. She initially identified Fuqua as her boyfriend but evidence on her phone suggested he was trafficking her, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors also gathered evidence that made it difficult for Fuqua to deny he knew the victim’s age — he allegedly attended her 17th birthday party, according to a sentencing memo by the U.S. Attorney’s office. The sentence was handed down by U.S. District Judge James Donato. Prosecutors say authorities recovered text messages between Fuqua and the victim that suggested he had been violent with her.
“I just don’t see why you have to get physical,” the girl texted Fuqua, according to police.
“Why you got to act like I can’t control my b—-,” Fuqua allegedly replied.
“I understand the choke but that hit so unnecessary like you could have been like go back in the room and then did it,”
the girl allegedly responded.
North Bay runaway teen turns up in Oakland, 32-year-old man charged with trafficking her
Incriminating texts found on suspect’s phone
Man Armed With Scissors Wanted For
Sexual Assault At Bell Gardens
BELL GARDENS (CBSLA) — Police need help identifying a man who is accused of trying to sexually assault a woman in a bathroom at a Bell Gardens shopping center.
The sexual assault was reported Monday just before 4 p.m. at Petco in the Los Jardines Shopping Center, in the area of 6810 Eastern Avenue.
Police say a man armed with a pair of scissors followed a female employee to a bathroom, where he forced entry and sexually assaulted her. She fought back and he ran off. “She did suffer a facial injury,” said Sergeant Angelo Sinisi, of the Bell Gardens Police Department.n”Injuries on one of her arms and on her legs, and that was during the altercation with suspect.”
The suspect was described as a Black man between 25 and 35 years old, 5-foot-4 to 5-foot-6, medium built with a flat-top style haircut. He wore a white T-shirt, dark-colored jeans, white shoes, a blue face mask and eyeglasses with thick frames. He was last seen leaving the area on foot toward Eastern Avenue.
| (black) Davenport
woman arrested for shooting and
killing mother of 5 in Chuck E.
DAVENPORT, Iowa — 24 year old Treshonda M. Pollion of Davenport is currently being held at Scott County Jail without bond, and faces charges of 1st Degree Murder after the fatal shooting of a young mother on Sunday evening.
Police were called to Chuck E. Cheese at 7:38pm on Sunday, after reports of shots fired. When they arrived, they found 29 year old Eloise Chairs shot and unresponsive.
She received medical attention at the scene, and was rushed to Genesis East, but later died at the hospital. Shortly after 5am on Monday, Pollion was brought into custody in Rock Island County, before waiving her extradition and being transferred to the Scott County Jail around 2pm. So far, she has been denied bond.
Customer slashes worker, threatens
to shoot up NYC IHOP over mask
A hangry hell-raiser slashed a woman and threatened to shoot up an IHOP when restaurant workers tried to kick him out of the restaurant for refusing to wear a mask on Tuesday, police and reports say.
The incident unfolded just before 5 p.m. on Tuesday when a maskless man walked into the pancake house at 170-19 Hillside Ave. in Jamaica Hills, police said. Staff members told the man to leave when he refused to put on a mask, according to cops. The man then left briefly but he returned with two of his friends — one of whom handed him a knife, video released by the cops shows He first tried to stab one of the male staffers before swinging the knife and slashing a 40-year-old female worker.
| (black) Jonnie
Lee Lay, Jr: Wanted sex offender
disappears same day jury convicts
him of Rape
WANTED IN KING COUNTY - Jonnie Lee Lay, Jr. is a convicted rapist on the run.
He has a no bail warrant for his arrest after King County prosecutors say he was convicted by a jury last month for Rape 2nd degree. He showed up to court until it was time to hear the verdict, that's when he vanished and a bench warrant was issued for his arrest. Seattle Police used DNA to identify Lay as the suspect who kidnapped a woman off the streets, dragged her into a car and then raped her in the woods while threatening to kill her with a screwdriver. When he finally let her go, she went straight to police and the hospital. That was in 2007.
The victim’s rape kit was among thousands that went untested for years until it was finally run through a national database in 2017. Lay’s DNA profile was in there, because he has prior felony convictions including one for Assault with Sexual Motivation.
Now, he’s on the run and was last known to be staying in Auburn.
rapper who was seen blasting a
flamethrower on top of bus turns
himself in - as it's revealed he
used same deadly weapon to play
game of 'tag' days earlier
A Brooklyn-based rapper who was seen in a viral video blasting a flamethrower from the roof of a New York City bus turned himself in to police on Wednesday, according to his lawyer.
The man, who has since been identified as rapper Dupree G.O.D - real name Christopher Dupree - made headlines on Tuesday after footage of his dangerous stunt was widely shared on social media.
The video was brought to the attention of the NYPD which subsequently launched an investigation into the November 8 incident that took place between Putnam Avenue and Franklin Avenue in Brooklyn.
York City - DAILY CASUALTY REPORT
- DEAD AND WOUNDED
"PSYCHO" HISPANIC Suspect sought
after remains of 3 found in
DENVER (AP) — Authorities in southern Colorado said Wednesday they are searching for a suspect in connection with the discovery of the remains of three people near a rural hamlet.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and local police agencies identified the suspect as Adre Jordan Baroz, said a homicide warrant has been issued for his arrest and that he goes by the nickname “Pyscho.”
Searches conducted on Nov. 10 and Nov. 13 discovered the skeletal remains of the people on two properties near Las Sauces, a tiny community about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from the small city of Alamosa, said Conejos County Sheriff Garth Crowther. None of the remains have been identified.
LOW-LIFE WITH TATTOOED NECK
charged after car theft, abduction
of 4-year-old boy
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (WGN) — A man has been arrested and charged after stealing a vehicle with a 4-year-old boy inside in Bridgeview, leading to an Amber Alert in Illinois.
Police say Rudy Gutierrez, 28, is charged with Aggravated Kidnapping (class X), Vehicular Invasion (class 1), Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicle (class 2), and Unlawful Use of Credit Card (class 4).
Gutierrez stole a vehicle with 4-year-old Liam Barbarasa inside it around 5:30 p.m. Monday, in front of a 7-Eleven at 79th and Roberts Road.
sheriff’s office investigating
apparent HISPANIC murder-suicide
Jose Ermelindo Corea Mejia, 48, and Denia Yamileth Corea, 43, were found dead in their home in the 1600 block of Nuttal Avenue Wednesday. The initial investigation suggests that Mejia shot Corea before turning the gun on himself, police said. Harford, MD
admits to providing support to
ISIS from U.S.
A married Pennsylvania couple, originally from Bangladesh, admitted to conspiring to provide material support and resources to ISIS, according to reports.
Through 2015 Shahidul Gaffar, 40, and Nabila Khan, 35, funded two of her brothers, who went to Syria to join the designated Foreign Terrorist Organization, according to authorities.
“The defendants encouraged and supported Nabila Kahn’s brothers joining the murderous terrorist group ISIS, which is a direct threat to the safety and security of the United States,” said United States Attorney William M. McSwain.
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
| TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE - POLICE
CHIEF FIRED FOR RIGHTEOUSLY CHARGING
RACIST BLACK POL FOR FELONY
|Virginia police chief, whose department filed felony charges against Black legislator in a Confederate monument vandalism case, has been fired|
Virginia police chief has been fired
after charges were dropped against Senator
L. Louise Lucas and 17 others in
the partial dismantling ( racist
LYNCHING) of a
(WHITE) Confederate monument in
An attorney for dismissed Portsmouth police Chief Angela Greene contended Tuesday she was put on administrative leave in September then fired on Monday for essentially for doing her job.
"She was instructed by the city to ignore what she believes to be the criminal acts of these political individuals and refused," said her attorney, Thomas Plofchan Jr., to CNN. "She was then put on administrative leave, then terminated."
City spokesperson Dana Woodson confirmed Greene's termination, but did not provide any details or cause as to whether it was related to the monument protest. The Portsmouth Police Department referred CNN to the city spokesperson.
female) Portsmouth Police Chief
Angela Greene fired, plans to
Police Chief Angela Greene
was fired Monday morning, a little
more than two months after she was
temporarily removed from her position
by then-City Manager Lydia Pettis
Greene held a press conference outside City Hall and said she was given a termination letter, presumably by Interim City Manager LaVoris Pace, who replaced Pettis Patton when she resigned Sept. 8.
Greene said she plans to file a wrongful termination lawsuit against the city.
“I believe I was wrongfully terminated for upholding the law," she said in a Facebook Live feed of the press conference broadcast by WAVY-TV, “and (I’m) being retaliated against for sticking to my sworn oath; that I swore to serve and protect my citizens, community and keeping my officers safe.”
"Some quite frankly did not like taking direction from an African American female," the former chief said.
| IN A TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE -
BLACK FEMALE POLITICO CRIMINAL GOES
FREE after instigating lynching of
Case dismissed against black female anti-white anti-american lawmaker accused of damaging Confederate monument
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — A judge in Virginia dismissed charges on Monday that were filed against a prominent Black state senator after police said that she and others conspired to damage a Confederate monument in the city of Portsmouth.
The Virginian-Pilot reports the charges against state Sen. Louise Lucas were dismissed at the request of Commonwealth's (Hispanic female) Attorney Stephanie Morales. She said there was not enough evidence to prove the elements of the crimes, including intent.
Suburban Milwaukee officer who
killed 3 since 2015 resigns
A suburban Milwaukee police officer who has fatally shot three people in the line of duty since 2015,
including a Black teenager outside a mall in February, is resigning from the department.
The Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office has ruled all three shootings by Joseph Mensah, who also is Black,
were justified self-defense.
PRO-BLACK-CRIMINAL-ANTI-COP Protests followed the most recent shooting outside Mayfair Mall.
Alvin Cole, 17, was shot five times by Mensah after he fled from police following a disturbance inside the mall.
Mensah said Cole pointed a gun at him, so he shot him.
PRO-BLACK-CRIMINAL-ANTI-COP Protesters marched for months, calling for Mensah to be fired.
They protested outside the mall and Wauwatosa City Hall.
Kelly pulls sons from (BLACK
‘woke’ UWS school over anti-white
pastor seeks emergency relief from
criminal charges after defying ban
on large gatherings
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order puts a halt to America
financing China's weapons
American capital should not be used to finance the development and construction of China’s military weapons that are literally aimed at killing Americans and driving the U.S. military out of Asia. President Trump recently signed an executive order putting a stop to that Wall Street insanity.
US Army raided a software
company in Germany?
|17 November 2020|
| UPDATE: 2nd
(black) suspect charged in
murder of (White) NoDa sandwich
shop owner Scott Brooks -
slaying tied to 4 other murders
CHARLOTTE — Channel 9 has learned that police have made a second arrest nearly one year after a beloved Charlotte sandwich shop co-owner was robbed and killed in NoDa.
Reporter Mark Becker confirmed Tuesday that Charlotte-Mecklenburg police arrested Steven Staples in the murder of Scott Brooks. Police said Staples was already in custody on a different homicide arrest.
Before dawn on Dec. 9, 2019, Scott Brooks was opening up Brooks' Sandwich House when police said (blacks) Steven Staples, 31, and Terry Conner Jr., 33, robbed him and then shot him to death. Conner was arrested in early March.
On Tuesday, after police announced the second arrest, Channel 9 spoke with Scott Brooks' brother and business partner, David Brooks, outside the family business. “We have to get justice, not just for us, but for families of the 100-plus killed in Charlotte this year,” he said.
Family Identifies Employee
Killed At Tire Store In Concord
- by inhuman black armed robber
CONCORD, N.C. — A judge has set bond at two million dollars for the man charged with murder in the shooting death of an employee at a Concord tire store.
Jeremy Spann remains behind bars for the death of 27-year-old Terence Wallace. Wallace was an assistant manager at Discount Tire Store. His father spoke only to WCCB Charlotte. He says his son was loved by everyone, and the family can’t understand why he was taken away from them.
“I’m in shock, my wife’s in shock,” says Richard Wallace.
The family says Wallace had decided to go back to school and study cyber security. His funeral will be held this weekend.
| (black) Boston
Pastor Accused Of Raping 3 Male
Children - some of the HOMO
attacks on the little boys
happened in the church
BOSTON (CBS) – “Welcome to all,” says the sign over the Greater Victory Temple in Mattapan. But on Monday, the doors were locked. Bishop George Swain, whose name is on the sign, is accused of sexually assaulting three children, ages eight to 16 years old. (Newscaster said the victims were 'boys')
Bishop Swain answered to a judge by phone in his arraignment. “During the timeframe of 1997 to 2004, the defendant is charged with (homo)sexually assaulting these three (male)children at the time repeatedly and over years,” said prosecutor Audrey Mark. “ He also provided them money.” She said it happened in his church office, the vestibule, and in the Dorchester home where he lived at the time.
“Each of these children were encouraged by their families to spend time at the church, and with the defendant particularly, because he was seen as a role model, and the victims’ families all looked up to him.” Swain’s defense attorney said he was at Carney Hospital because his medical problems make jail too dangerous.
| (black) Former
Georgia cop and gang ‘hitman’
sentenced to prison for
A former metro Atlanta police officer who claimed to be a “hitman” for a national gang has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Vancito Gumbs, 28, was found guilty of racketeering conspiracy involving murder, the Justice Department’s Criminal Division announced Monday. Gumbs, a former officer with the DeKalb County Police Department, was moonlighting with the Gangster Disciples and “relayed sensitive law enforcement information to the gang and provided a firearm to a fellow gang member,”
He was also photographed flashing gang signs and recorded on the phone with the “Chief Enforcer” for the Georgia Gangster Disciples. Prosecutors never alleged that Gumbs himself actually committed murders.
links 'sorry sack of fetid
feces' to 1992 rape, attempted
FAYETTEVILLE, NC (AP) — Authorities in North Carolina say that a man has been arrested on charges of attempted murder and rape nearly 30 years after police say the crimes were committed.
The Raleigh News & Observer reported Monday that two other suspects are still at large.
Fayetteville police said they’ve arrested Roy Junior Proctor after its cold case unit linked him to the crime using DNA.
Police said they matched a sample taken from him in September to the DNA from the victim’s 1992 rape kit.
Proctor is in Cumberland County Detention Center with bail set at $1 million.
brutally assaulted and raped by
unknown black satanic sex beast
Gwinnett County police are looking for a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman.
According to police, the victim was walking on Pleasant Hill Road on September 20.
Moments later, she was grabbed from behind and attacked by an unknown man.
“The victim was dragged into the wood line on the 2500 block of Pleasant Hill Road and sexually assaulted by the suspect. The victim sustained serious injuries along with being sexual assaulted”, according to a statement from Gwinnett County police.Police released a sketch of the black beast they said committed the sexual assault.
Police wrote the suspect had dreadlocks, and he may be in his 20’s to 30’s.
He was wearing pants.
predator stole 12-Year-Old
Girl’s Cellphone To Lure Her
Into Alley For Sex Act
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police say a man stole a 12-year-old girl’s cellphone in the Bronx,
and then forced her to perform a (depraved, unnatural, beastly) sex act.
It happened around 3 p.m. Sunday near Tiffany Street and Hamilton Place.
The suspect allegedly snatched the girl’s phone and used it to lured her into an alleyway, where he assaulted her.
Police said the man took off when a witness intervened. The girl was taken to Lincoln Hospital.
| (black) Memphis
police officer charged with
rape, officials say
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis Police officer is charged with rape after a woman said she was assaulted at a party.
28-year-old Al Bond has been relieved of duty pending the outcome of the investigation.
According to police, the woman walked into the Austin Peay Station just before 3:00 a.m. November 1st. The 24-year-old woman told investigators she had been at a party when Bond raped her. Investigators say Bond was off duty at the time. He was arrested November 2nd and booked into the Shelby County Jail.
| (black) Detroit
police search for evil black
Orc-man who set home on fire,
killing several dogs
DETROIT (FOX 2) - The Detroit Police Department has released surveillance video and pictures of a man they said broke into a home and set it on fire, killing several dogs inside.
According to police, a man was captured on surveillance cameras walking around the home before using a hammer to break a side window. Police said he set the house on fire and then left.
The house was destroyed in the fire and police said several dogs that were inside all died in the fire.
A surveillance camera was pointed directly at the window the man broke into. Video released by police shows him walking up, appearing to try and pry the window open with the claw end of the hammer before smashing it open and forcing his way inside.
Police said the suspect is a bald Black negro with a medium build ( and a black heart). He was wearing a black vest with a white lining, a red hooded sweatshirt, black pants, and black shoes.
BLACK Men Wanted For Stealing
ATM Machine From Sunoco Gas
Station In West Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia police are searching for two men caught on video loading an ATM from a Sunoco gas station into the back of an SUV. The theft happened at the Sunoco at 4600 Chestnut St. in West Philadelphia, just before 9 a.m. on Halloween. Police say the two men ordered the staff into the booth while they removed the ATM. Surveillance video shows the men placing the ATM into the back of a black Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and fleeing the scene.
The first suspect is described as a Black male wearing a white face covering, a black hooded sweatshirt, black “Puma” sweatpants and black and blue Nike sneakers.
The second suspect is described as a Black male wearing a black face covering, a black hooded sweatshirt, light grey “Polo” sweatpants and dark grey boots.
York City - DAILY CASUALTY
REPORT - DEAD AND WOUNDED
BLACK Man accused of slugging
Ghostbusters actor has history
of assaulting strangers
FEMALE) PhD Student Who Works at
Notre Dame Accused of Stalking,
Killing Her Ex-Boyfriend
A 37-year-old woman was arrested Saturday in connection with the shooting death of her ex-boyfriend, Washington, D.C., police confirmed in a press release. Shortly before 5:30 p.m., law enforcement responded to call for the sound of gunshots at an apartment complex in Washington, D.C., the release states. “Upon arrival, members located an adult male, inside an apartment suffering from gunshot wounds,” police stated. “[T]he victim displayed no signs consistent with life.”
Police confirmed 44-year-old Terry Hickman died at the scene.
Hours later, police arrested and charged Nijinsky Dix with second-degree murder while armed, police confirmed in its press release. “This offense is domestic in nature.” According to court records obtained by NBC5 in Chicago, an individual allegedly told investigators that Dix had been in a three-monthlong relationship with Hickman that ended in May.
Police said that according to the individual, Dix was allegedly stalking Hickman. The court records stated that Dix was at the apartment and allegedly was kneeling at Hickman’s feet when detectives arrived to the scene.
Investigators discovered a cell phone and determined Dix was speaking with her mother, who was still on the line, according to the court records. “The individual stated the defendant called her and stated, ‘He pushed me, and I shot him,’” the court records stated.
The station also reported that Dix was a PhD student at the University of Illinois but worked at the University of Notre Dame, where she was the director of the Talent Search Upward Bound program, which helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Parents Abandoned (dead
illegitimate black) Baby in
Field, Relative Said They
'Didn't Have an Emotional
Connection' to Her
A Wisconsin couple has been sentenced after dumping the body of their 2-month-0ld daughter in a field last year.
Hezile Frison has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for dumping the body of his deceased daughter, 2-month-old Jalisa Adams-Frison, in a field, according to Fox6.
In September, Jalisa's mother, Monica Adams, was sentenced to four years of probation and nine months in jail with Huber privileges after a judge decided against prison. Frison, 37, pleaded guilty to hiding a corpse, providing false information about a missing person and bail jumping while Adams, 22, pleaded guilty to hiding a corpse, providing false information about a missing person and obstructing police.
RAPPER' Lil Wayne charged with
possession of firearm by a
convicted felon, a federal
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Rapper Lil Wayne was charged Tuesday in Florida with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, a federal offense that carries a potential sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
Documents filed in Miami federal court say the rapper, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., had a gun and ammunition on Dec. 23 of last year despite knowing he had the previous felony on his record. Authorities said the 38-year-old rapper acknowledged owning the gold-plated handgun after his luggage was searched upon arriving in Miami on a private plane. A search warrant, first reported by the Miami Herald at the time, said Carter told investigators the gun was a Father’s Day gift.
wanted on parole violation ran
over NYPD officer's foot during
Police Chase NYPD Hit-and-Run Driver Into Midtown Subway Station
Police want to find the driver for responsible for hitting an NYPD officer with his vehicle before fleeing into a Midtown subway station Monday afternoon. The incident started when the officer attempted to make arrest the driver for an outstanding warrant when the suspect drove over the officer's foot. The driver continued driving away from the scene striking several parked cars along the way. It happened around 12:30 p.m Monday. Law enforcement sources said the officer's injuries were minor but the officer was still taken to a local hospital.
Police sources identified the suspect as Miguel Maldonado. He ditched his car a few blocks away and fled into a subway station nearby. Maldonado is also wanted for burglary and parole violation.
NYPD officer arrested for
domestic assault on City Island
An NYPD officer slugged his ex-wife so hard, he busted her lip, police said Monday after arresting the Finest on his second domestic assault rap.
Robert Castillo, 51, was charged with assault and criminal mischief after police arrested him around 1:30 p.m. Sunday at his ex-wife’s City Island home, according to a police spokesman.
The victim told police she asked Castillo, her ex-husband, to leave and he allegedly shoved her into a wall so hard that she smacked into a telephone, “causing the phone to become damaged and to break from the wall. ” He then allegedly punched her in the face “with a closed fist, causing substantial pain, swelling, and a bleeding laceration to informant’s lip. ”
"Pennsylvania" Man Charged with
Trafficking in Endangered and
Invasive Fish -
"SNAKEHEADS" - disgusting!!!
WASHINGTON, Pa. – A Pittsburgh man has been indicted in the Western District of Pennsylvania for trafficking endangered fish.
The three-count indictment charged Anthony Nguyen, aka JoJo Nguyen and Jackie Lee, 48, of Pittsburgh, with violating the Lacey Act. He is accused of trafficking endangered Asian arowana and invasive snakehead fish, as owner and owner and operator of a Pittsburgh business specializing in the sale of rare and exotic freshwater tropical fish species.
“Snakeheads present a serious risk to our native ecosystems,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Jonathan D. Brightbill for the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division. “These fish are prohibited for a reason. They are voracious predators, can live out of water for days, can move across land, and can wipe out the native species that inhabit freshwaters of the United States.”
|Judge admonished for meme that implied Bill Clinton killed Jeffrey Epstein|
|3 major New York City hospitals to be probed for racial bias|
presses Zuckerberg on
whistleblower complaint alleging
Facebook coordination with
Twitter, Google - CENSORSHIP
FACEBOOK, TWITTER, GOOGLE - DICTATORIAL THOUGHT POLICE
Twitter, Facebook CEOs Defend Actions On Election Disinformation Before Senate Judiciary Committee
Ambulance Worker Fired For
Spitting on Jesus Portraits
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“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers,
against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”
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|16 November 2020|
| (black) Man
arrested, deceased victim
identified after Burlington
WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) - Burlington Police arrested a 26-year-old man Saturday morning for a deadly shooting that happened Wednesday at a home in South Burlington.
Officers responded to the 2200 block of South 10th Street for a report of shots fired Wednesday night around 11 p.m. Officers found two people with gunshot wounds; a 24-year-old woman, who was pronounced dead at the scene, and a 26-year-old man.
The man was transported to Great River Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. Officers arrested 26-year-old Kevin Lee at the hospital Saturday. The woman has been identified as Riley Smith of Burlington. Lee is being held at the Des Moines County Correctional Center under no bond and facing a First Degree Murder charge. - (Black-on-White)
Investigating UNPROVOKED Attack
On a FEMALE MTA Conductor In
Brooklyn by a cowardly violent
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are looking for a suspect who punched a female Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker in the face.
Surveillance video shows a man leaving the Park Avenue subway station in Brooklyn after Saturday’s attack. Police said the assault was unprovoked, and that the man just walked up to the 38-year-old train conductor and punched her while passengers were boarding an M train.
The victim suffered bruises to her face, but is okay, police said.
The suspect is said to be between 20 and 30 years of age.
[Suspect either does not have a tail - or he kept it in his pants]
York City - DAILY CASUALTY
REPORT - DEAD AND WOUNDED
Scouts face nearly 90,000 HOMO
sex abuse claims in bankruptcy
|“Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.”|
|“But the men of Sodom were wicked and sinners before the LORD exceedingly.”|
|Supreme Court won't impose virus protections at Texas prison. What about houses of worship in NY?|
|The court earlier this year refused to lift restrictions on churches in California and Nevada as Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the four liberal justices. But since then, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died and was succeeded by Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett, giving conservatives a 6-3 majority.|
says it's 'bad news' that Pfizer
coronavirus vaccine progress
came during Trump administration
NY governor says 'we can't let' Trump's vaccine distribution plan 'go forward'
- (NY Governor Cuomo the one responsible for killing all the elderly residents of nursing homes by bringing in the Chinese Virus)
|Israel in talks with Russia for Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine|
Harris: Facebook removes racist
posts about US
Ms Harris is not a 'natural born' US citizen - because her mother was from India and her father from Jamaica.
Other comments suggested she was not "black enough" for the Democrats.
Another post said she should be "deported to India".
And, in several memes, her name 'Camel hump' is mocked.
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|Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the defence ministry to conclude an agreement with Sudan on setting up a Russian naval facility in the African country|
Does Communist China have a port in Africa?
- (bet your booty - they do) - the treasure that a pirate finds - Arrrrr, look at me booty.
|15 November 2020|
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Suspect in custody for assault
on (Canadian, Jewish)
Police on Saturday arrested a homeless, violent ex-con and charged him with randomly slugging actor Rick Moranis last month on the Upper West Side, The Post has learned.
A Transit Bureau sergeant spotted Marquis Ventura, 35, at 96th Street and Broadway and made the arrest. Images of Ventura’s masked face had been widely publicized in the month since the unprovoked, caught-on-video attack steps from the actor’s Central Park West apartment. “Thanks to an eagle-eyed sergeant from @NYPDTransit, this suspect has been apprehended and charged,” the NYPD said in a tweet announcing the arrest in the Moranis beating.
Slated For HISPANIC Man
Slaying Allegedly Plotted With
Teen In Wilkes-Barre
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) — Opening statements are scheduled Monday in the northeastern Pennsylvania trial of a man accused of having killed a man in a robbery that prosecutors allege was plotted in collaboration with his teenage girlfriend.
Thirty-three-year-old Reynaldo Mercado faces criminal homicide and other charges in the September 2018 killing of 58-year-old Fred Boote in the victim's Wilkes-Barre home.
Mercado and his teenage girlfriend were arrested in New Jersey. 33-year-old Reynaldo Mercado is charged with criminal homicide, burglary, robbery, conspiracy, theft, arson, abuse of a corpse and evidence-tampering in the September 2018 killing of 58-year-old Fred Boote in the victim’s Wilkes-Barre home.
INDIANA WOMAN GETS SIX YEARS FOR
ELKHART, Ind.–A woman from Elkhart has been sentenced to six and a half years in federal prison for providing money to ISIS. Smantha Marie Elhassani, a.k.a. Samantha Sally, 35, will be on probation for three years when she gets out of prison.
In 2014, Elhassani’s husband and his brother told her that they wanted to travel to Syria and join ISIS. Federal prosecutors say she helped them by taking gold and cash from the U.S., to Hong Kong and depositing them in a safe deposit boxes.
On her final trip to Hong Kong, she traded for tactical gear, including rifle scopes and image stabilizing binoculars. She and her children then went to Turkey and Syria.
The feds said she did not declare any of the gold at customs, and had disguised it as jewelry by melting it down.
Elhassani was caught in 208, and returned to the United States by Syrian authorities.
“Once again, the Justice Department has held accountable an individual who turned her back on her country to support a terrorist organization,” said Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers. “As Elhassani admitted, she made multiple trips to Hong Kong to smuggle tens of thousands in cash and gold, knowing that the funds would be used to support ISIS in Syria. We repatriated Elhassani from Syria because every nation is responsible for holding its citizens accountable and addressing the future threat they may pose. We will not stop.”
“Samantha Elhassani was sentenced today for providing financial support to individuals who desired to support ISIS, a terrorist organization that has committed acts of violence against Americans,” said U.S. Attorney Thomas L. Kirsch II for the Northern District of Indiana. “She traveled with her husband and brother-in-law to Syria, both of whom became ISIS fighters, putting the lives of her children at risk. My office and our law enforcement partners are committed to prosecuting those like Elhassani who provide support to terrorist organizations. ”
so-called " Democratic
Socialists" including notorious
"AOC" endorse 6 candidates in
bid to run NYC Council
|What is BLACK Privilege?|
|Police investigate swastika cut into front yard of North Carolina home|
DICTIONARY: "BRICKING" -
"bricking is commonly used in the
electronics industry by software
developers when updating a piece of
hardware with a software update that
renders the hardware useless after
1. V. Rendering a piece of technology unfunctional, in all practicality making it useless, as in a brick
MacOS Big Sur update is bricking some older MacBook Pros
Editor note: ) I lost 12 hours restoring my MacBook Pro from "Big Sur" back to Catalina because BlueGriffon does NOT work on Big Sur
filings reveal Biden cancer
charity spent millions on
salaries, zero on research
A cancer charity started by Joe Biden gave out no money to research, and spent most of its contributions on staff salaries, federal filings show.
Just the Flu, It's All BS' -
Russia's Top Official COVID
Doctor Admits in Bombshell Invu
- [For 'what it's worth'] -
“It’s all exaggerated. It’s an acute respiratory disease (i.e. the flu) with minimal mortality. Why has the whole world been destroyed? That I don’t know.”
RAT ON NEW YORK SUBWAY!
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|14 November 2020|
Convenience store robber found
guilty of murder in 2019 killing
of (WHITE FEMALE) clerk Kayla
Chapman in Kelso
LONGVIEW, Wash. — A Cowlitz County jury has convicted a Vancouver man of robbing and fatally shooting convenience store cashier Kayla Chapman in 2019.
After a week-and-a-half trial, jurors deliberated for less than three hours before finding D’Anthony Williams guilty Thursday on all but one charge, The Daily News reported.
The 20-year-old was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder with a firearm, first-degree murder in the course of another crime, first-degree robbery with a firearm, first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of methamphetamine. The jury found Williams not guilty of second-degree taking a vehicle without permission.
Williams was accused of robbing 30-year-old Chapman at gunpoint at Holt’s Quik Chek Market in Kelso before fatally shooting her in the early hours of Jan. 22, 2019.
Police believe Williams and two companions came to Kelso for a drug deal that was unsuccessful, then looked for a store to rob, according to court documents. - (Black-on-White)
| (black) Arrested,
Charged In Connection To Deadly
Hit-And-Run On Roosevelt
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police say an arrest has been made in connection to a deadly hit-and-run earlier this week. According to officials, 24-year-old James R. Jones, of Philadelphia, now faces a number of charges.
According to officials, the victim identified as (Russian, Caucasian man) Leonid Kadomsky, 37, was outside of his disabled vehicle that was pulled over against the curb on Roosevelt Boulevard when he was struck by Jones.
Kadomsky was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. Following the crash, police say Jones fled the scene on foot. On Thursday, Jones surrendered to police and was placed under arrest and charged.
footballer Earl Thomas, wife
split after alleged affair,
gun-point arrest - ADULTERY!!!
Earl Thomas’ wife has filed for divorce, citing adultery, TMZ reported Saturday — seven months after police said she held him at gunpoint after finding the seven-time Pro Bowl safety in bed with two women and his brother, Seth. Nina Thomas tracked down her husband in April to an Austin, Texas, rental house where the incident took place, later admitting she pointed the pistol at Earl Thomas’ head “with the intent to scare him,” according to a police affidavit. Nina Thomas, 31, was arrested on a felony charge of burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Queens man Makijah Lino, 22,
charged with attempted rapes -
Police on Saturday identified the man arrested for a trio of attempted rapes in Queens as Makijah Lino, 22, of Richmond Hill. Cops charged Lino with forcible touching, two counts of attempted rape and acting in a manner injurious to a child, the NYPD said. Lino’s alleged fiendish acts were committed over a two-and-a-half-hour span Thursday, police said.
Lino was busted after his stepdad saw his image on the news and called cops, officials said.
The spree allegedly began when the suspect targeted a 20-year-old woman on 104th Street near Jamaica Avenue in Richmond Hill around 10:40 a.m., authorities said. Cops said the assailant allegedly put his arms around her and lifted her up while grabbing her buttocks. The attacker ran away when the woman resisted.
made black teen stabbing suspect
turn himself in for fatal plunge
Cops investigating the fatal stairwell stabbing of a 20-year-old Bronx woman had help from an unlikely source — the teen suspect’s parents, who made him turn himself in Friday.
Jaden Davis, 17, of The Bronx, is now charged with criminally negligent homicide in the Nov. 2 revenge slay of Nyla Bond, law enforcement sources said. Davis has admitted involvement in the murder, law enforcement sources said. Two others, a boy and a girl, both aged 15, are already charged in the murder and are being held without bail. The girl had previously been in a relationship with Bond, and planned the attack after blaming Bond for explicit photos of herself she learned had been circulating, police have said.
Pittsburgh murder convict who
escaped in 1971 arrested by FBI
GRAND BLANC, MI — After nearly a half-century on the lam, a convicted murder who escaped custody in Pennsylvania has been arrested in Grand Blanc.
The FBI Pittsburgh Division announced Friday that Leonard R. Moses, now 68, was arrested without incident by a Fugitive Task Force out of Detroit. Moses had been at large since 1971, when he escaped custody while attending his grandmother’s funeral in Pittsburgh. At the time, Moses was serving a life sentence on a conviction of first-degree murder.
Moses' conviction stems from he and four friends throwing Molotov cocktails into a house in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood on April 6, 1968. Mary Amplo, 72, was inside the house and suffered third-degree burns across 55 percent of her body. Amplo died in July 1968 of pneumonia, with a pathologist testifying in Moses' subsequent trial that she contracted the illness while confined to bed and recuperating from her burns.
The incident was part of the 1968 Pittsburgh riots, a series of disturbances that erupted in the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4 of that year. Amplo’s death was the lone fatal incident in the upheaval, with 36 others being injured, more than 100 businesses looted or vandalized, and 505 arson fires set.
The unrest lasted through April 11, with 3,600 National Guardsmen needed to quell it. About 1,000 arrests were made.
lot argument leads to deadly
shooting in St. Petersburg -
victim is a man with a Negro
ST. PETERSBURG — An argument led to a deadly shooting early Saturday, police said.
John Grant, 24, was arrested Saturday after St. Petersburg police say he fatally shot 26-year-old Deauntazies Ramsey in the parking lot of a grocery store.
The shooting took place about 3:15 a.m. outside the Food Max grocery store at 1400 18th Ave. S. Police did not say what led to the argument. However, the two men knew each other.
Ramsey was taken to Bayfront Health St. Petersburg hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
man, 20, charged with murder in
A 20-year-old man from Detroit, Michigan, has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated assault in connection to a fatal shooting in Knoxville last week, police announced Saturday.
Milan Claypool is charged in the shooting death of Newell Lee, 47. Lee was killed on Nov. 7 in the 2300 block of Linden Avenue, according to Knoxville police.
Claypool was arrested in Detroit and is being held in the Wayne County Detention Facility while he awaits extradition to Knoxville.
man charged with murder in
Wednesday night shooting
BURLINGTON, Iowa (KWQC) - Burlington police have made an arrest in the fatal Wednesday night shooting of 24-year-old Riley Degn Smith.
Police say officers from the Burlington Police Department and West Burlington Police Department arrested 26-year-old Kevin R. Lee at the Great River Medical Center in West Burlington Iowa around 9:55 am, Saturday morning.
Lee is being charged with first degree murder, a Class A Felony. He’s being held in the Des Moines County Correctional Center with no bond pending court appearance.
charged with murder in
connection to deadly shooting
outside auto shop
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A man has been arrested and charged with murder after a deadly shooting outside an auto shop in East Nashville.
Police say at around 9:20 a.m. Saturday, 51-year-old Brian Shannon came to the shop, owned by 58-year-old Brentnol James and located in the 200 block of E. Trinity Lane. James and Shannon had a lingering dispute that had been going on for years. When Shannon came to the shop, James met him outside and began hitting him before firing shots, Shannon was not armed and killed in the shooting.
James was arrested and is currently being held without bond, pending a hearing.
Marshals arrest man in Lakeland
wanted for New York murder
POLK COUNTY, Fla. — A man from New York was arrested in Lakeland after he fled to Florida after a New York murder, officials said. The Polk County Sheriff's Office said on Friday, the U.S. Marshals Service Florida Regional Task Force (FRFTF) arrested a fugitive in Polk County.
According to information from New York, 22-year-old Raymond Jackson was indicted for second-degree murder by the Queens District Attorney's Office. Officials said Jackson shot a man in a dispute over vehicle repairs in September. According to NYPD, Jackson fled to Florida after his mother's arrest in New York for her participation in the crime. Jackson was found in Lakeland at a friend's house. Officials took him into custody without incident. He was booked into the Polk County Jail. He is being held there until being transferred to New York.
suspect charged with prison
assault on Bridgeport
BRIDGEPORT - A West Haven man, awaiting trial on Stamford murder charges, has been charged with assaulting a corrections officer in Bridgeport.
Rashad Sellers, 28, of Downdraft Circle, was charged with assault on a public safety officer, disorderly conduct and failure to be fingerprinted. Superior Court Judge Kevin Doyle said setting bond for Sellers is academic since Sellers is already being held in lieu of $1.5 million bond; nevertheless, he ordered him held on an additional $10,000 bond for the new charges.
Doyle continued the case to Jan. 14. Sellers, a felon, is charged with murder for allegedly fatally shooting Stephon Walthurst on March 30, 2019, on Garden Street in Stamford.
charged with murder after
argument over money leads to
deadly shooting in Lexington
LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - A 23-year-old man has been arrested by Lexington County deputies following a deadly shooting that happened in Red Bank on Monday.
Officials said James Patterson, III, has been charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. Authorities reviewed the evidence in the case, interviewed witnesses, and determined Patterson shot 38-year-old William Clark at a home on the 100 block of South Hampton Drive. Investigators believe Patterson was arguing with people at the home about money before shots were fired. Clark was shot in the lower body, officials said. Patterson is currently being held at the Lexington County Detention Center.
in Dunlap Street murder turns
Kaeshawn Malik Hodges, 19, of Denmark Street, Statesboro, walked into the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office on Friday morning and turned himself in to face a murder charge and other charges related to the shooting death of Frank Davis Jr., 41.
After Davis was found dead at his Dunlap Street residence Monday evening, the Statesboro Police Department obtained warrants for Hodges’ arrest. SPD detectives then publicly enlisted the help of the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force and requested information from the public in locating him. A Sheriff’s Office report gave the time of his booking as 8:59 a.m. Friday. In addition to one charge each of murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
police looking for tattooed-neck
black attempted murder suspect
Huntsville police are looking for a man on attempted murder charges.
Patrick Lamont Moore is wanted in connection to a Nov. 4 shooting on Wilson Drive, police say.
He also currently has warrants for shooting into an occupied vehicle and second degree assault.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at (256) 722-7100 or 911.
black attempted murder suspect
charged with rape at Seabreeze
Berkeley, CA —— A man police say used a metal bat to try to kill a younger man in September has now been charged with a rape at the Seabreeze homeless camp in August. A 51-year-old man police say used a metal baseball bat to try to kill a younger man in September has now also been charged with a rape and other sex crimes at the Seabreeze homeless camp in August, according to court papers.
Dennis Daniels, who has no permanent address, was charged by the Alameda County district attorney’s office Nov. 3 with forcible rape and oral copulation, both of which are felonies, among other allegations. According to court papers, on Aug. 8, Daniels pulled a woman into a tent at the Seabreeze homeless camp and proceeded to rape and sexually batter her. The camp is located in West Berkeley on University Avenue at West Frontage Road across from the Seabreeze Market. The woman was crying and repeatedly told Daniels “no,” police wrote, and he eventually stopped the sexual assault. The woman knew Daniels before the Seabreeze rape, police wrote, and “was fearful of what he may do to her” because of his “violent tendencies and behavior.”
York City - DAILY CASUALTY
REPORT - DEAD AND WOUNDED
South-Pacific Teen charged with
murder after man found his wife
dead in neighbor’s home in
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has now charged 17-year-old, Taiden Kyree Gee with murder in the second degree and armed burglary for an incident that occurred June 20.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported shooting and armed robbery near 5300 Kingsbury St. on June 20, 2020. Gee was arrested June 23 and charged with armed robbery. JSO charged Gee with murder in the second degree Nov. 12 nearly five months after his first charge.
felon arrested in connection
with Dania Beach shooting that
left (White female citizen) dead
DANIA BEACH, Fla. – A 24-year-old man was arrested Thursday, a week after a shooting inside a bar in Dania Beach that left a female bystander dead.
Jose Soltren Echevarria, of Davie, faces charges of manslaughter, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a weapon or ammo by a convicted felon.
According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the shooting occurred shortly before 3 a.m. Nov. 4 at Rookies Ale House off Griffin Road in Dania Beach.
According to BSO spokeswoman Miranda Grossman, an argument broke out between Soltren Echevarria and another man inside the bar, which escalated to a shooting that killed the woman, identified as Marissa Harris, 32, of Ocala.
“That is really scary considering my son plays outside,” said neighboring business owner Kelli Shealy. “It could happen at any time. We have had a couple of incidents where cops have been called out here because of some drunkenness going on.” Authorities have not released the identity of the second man involved in the altercation that led to the shooting. He is not facing charges at this time.
date set in Des Moines triple
murder case - ILLEGAL ALIEN -
DEPORTED TWICE - CHARGED WITH
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A Guatemalan man who apparently entered the U.S. illegally after being deported twice has been charged with killing an Iowa woman and her two children.
Marvin Oswaldo Escobar-Orellana, 31, made an initial court appearance Thursday in Des Moines, where the judge set his bond at $3 million cash and scheduled his next hearing for July 29. He is charged with three counts of first-degree murder and hasn't entered a plea. Escobar-Orellana was arrested Tuesday night in the fatal shootings of 29-year-old Rossibeth Flores-Rodriguez and her two children, 11-year-old Grecia Daniela Alvarado-Flores and 5-year-old Ever Jose Mejia-Flores.
74,000 alleged HOMO-sex abuse
victims file claims against the
Boy Scouts in court
ahead of a Monday bankruptcy court deadline,
The number of accusers far eclipses those who have accused the American Catholic Church,
said lawyer Andrew Van Arsdale of the group Abused in Scouting.
Victims have until 5 p.m. Monday to file a money-damages claim against the Boy Scouts in federal bankruptcy court.
The number of victims has reached more than 73,000.
Minnesota teacher Madeleine
blamed “traumatic experiences”
for the sex
assaults on her
16-year-old male student
|Scuffle breaks out between Trump supporters, counter protesters at ‘Million MAGA March’|
|California Judge Rules Gov. 'Anus' Newsom Overstepped on Mail-in Ballot Mandate|
|North Carolina city postpones $1 million funding resolution allocated for (RACIST BLACK PRIVILEGE) reparations to Black residents|
Supporters Descend On Washington
For Events Contesting Biden's
Stolen Election 'Coup'
At one point, the crowd was greeted by Trump himself, who rode past demonstrators in his mortorcade shortly after 10 a.m. Trump, who has refused to concede the election to Biden, waved to supporters who held out signs reading "Best prez ever" and "Stop the steal."
MAGA March: Thousands of
pro-Trump protesters rally in
Has Won the Election — Here’s Why!
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|13 November 2020|
| (black) Suspect
in custody after 'killing spree'
in Newnan leaves 6 dead over 4
days - (including
a White man)
NEWNAN, Ga. — A crime spree that spanned four days and left six people dead has rocked a south metro Atlanta community.
Nicholas Martez Nelson, 38, has been arrested and charged with four counts of murder in connection to the killing spree, but authorities said there could be more charges coming as they work to put the pieces to the violence together. It all happened within a 25-mile radius and was over in a matter of days.
Police got another call... When officers got there, they found two people who had been shot multiple times - one person with a faint pulse laying in the driveway; another was on the back deck. Both victims - later identified as William Edward Bussie III, 39, and Kevin Duane Robbins, 43, both residents of the home - were pronounced dead there.
Police got a call just before 5:30 p.m. to the Eastgate Apartments off Dowdell Street.
According to witnesses on scene, a man in a silver Ford Crown Victoria pulled up in a parking lot and fired shots at a man before driving off. First responders took the victim, Warner Mandrel Parks, 39, to the hospital with a faint pulse, but he, too, later died.
Coweta County Deputies responded around 3:30 p.m. to Herring Road for a welfare check at a Motel 6. When they got there, they found three people dead inside one of the rooms. Tangela Molden, 32, Monte James Ballard, 58, and Michael Lang, 37 had all been shot several times, authorities said.
(BLACK) suspects wanted in
connection with Arkansas
officer’s killing captured by
U.S. Marshals; officer
ARKANSAS (WMC) - Two men wanted in connection with the deadly shooting of an Arkansas police officer are in custody.
U.S. Marshals arrested 29-year-old Latarius Howard and 24-year-old Bruce Hillie Friday morning in Mississippi.
ASP identified the Helena-West Helena police officer Friday as 41-year-old Travis Wallace . According to ASP, Wallace and other officers were searching for Howard in connection with a separate shooting a week earlier. Wallace spotted Howard around 6 p.m. Thursday in an SUV leaving a motel parking let in Helena-West Helena.
ASP says Wallace blocked the SUV with his own patrol car and Howard got out shooting as he approached the officer. Wallace returned fire but Howard got back in the vehicle and took off with another driver behind the wheel. Wallace went to the hospital where he died a little after 7 p.m. Thursday. ASP says Wallace surrendered to U.S. Marshals in Shaw, Mississippi shortly after 6 a.m. Friday. Hillie, the suspected getaway driver, was arrested in Indianola. Both are in the Sunflower County Jail awaiting extradition to Arkansas.
hope to ID (black) motorbike
riders who assaulted, ran over
(White) man in hit-and-run
BOSTON, MA — Police are seeking the public’s assistance to identify a group of motorbike riders who were involved in an assault and a hit-and-run in South Boston.
At about 8:09 p.m. Monday, officers responded to a report of a pedestrian struck in the area of Dorchester Street and West Fourth Street in South Boston. The victim told police he was assaulted by several unknown men riding dirt bikes and four-wheel vehicles. The victim told police the riders punched and kicked him, knocking him to the ground where they continued to run him over injuring his arms, shoulders, back and head, police said. The riders then fled the area, police said. The victim was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
York City - DAILY CASUALTY
REPORT - DEAD AND WOUNDED
|Kyle Rittenhouse's mother slams Biden over 'White supremacist' ad: 'He's not a racist, he is my son'|
'He falsely accused a 17-year old boy & prejudiced Kyle’s legal rights,' the attorney tweeted - Published September 30
|NJ chiropractor faces psycho bitch backlash for office sign calling COVID-19 ‘the Chinese Virus’|
|Criminal Black Supremacist BLM protester turns himself in for alleged assault, robbery attempt in NYC|
hypocritical democrats -
Governor Gavin Newsom reportedly
ignored own COVID guidelines at
by going to a birthday party in Napa with more than three households in attendance.
||Tierny REAL News Network Updates|
China’s Communist Party
Interfered in the U.S.
Election?—Gen. Robert Spaldin
Nov 11, 2020
|12 November 2020|
horrific:' (White) Former
Lakeland commissioner, husband
killed in random (DEMONIC)
act - black
LAKELAND, Fla. — Lakeland Police say a former city commissioner and her husband were killed in what appears to be a "random (DEMONIC) attack".
According to Assistant Chief Sam Taylor, David Henderson, 63, and his wife Edith L. Henderson, 67, were found stabbed to death in the master bedroom of their Lake Morton home after police were called for a wellness check around 5:50 p.m. on Tuesday.
Taylor said at a press conference on Thursday that Edith's son called after he didn't hear back from her during the day. Taylor said the son went to the home and noticed things out of place, so he left and called the police.
Edith, formerly Edith Yates, served as a Lakeland City Commissioner from 2006 until 2018.
On Wednesday night, police arrested Marcelle Waldon, 36, of Lakeland. Police say he's charged with 10 felony counts, including first-degree murder.
Taylor described the crime scene as "absolutely horrific." He said a random act like this is "extremely rare" and something he's seen little of during his 32-year career. At this time, police say there's no evidence to believe Waldon knew the couple. Police say a source led them to Waldon.
According to Taylor, the source described items that were taken from the home, like jewelry and personal items.
Taylor said a vehicle was also missing from the home and was later found set on fire in a field in another part of town.
When police responded, they found the oven on as well as all the gas burners. Taylor said they believe Waldon tried to set the home on fire.
Detectives believe Waldon got into the home through an unlocked or unsecured door. They say there was no sign of forced entry.
Taylor said authorities believe David was in the process of setting up breakfast after picking up take-out from a local restaurant.
According to Taylor, the food was still in styrofoam containers and inside a plastic bag on a table in the kitchen. He said plates, silverware and drinks were set up for two on the table. According to Taylor, police believe Edith was killed while David was picking up food.
Waldon was still in the home when David came home. Taylor said they believe David went upstairs to check on his wife, and a struggle followed between him and Waldon that resulted in David being killed. - (Black-on-White)
police officer probing past
shooting gunned down outside
An Arkansas police officer was fatally shot Thursday night in the parking lot of a motel, according to reports.
Officers with the Helena-West Helena Police Department were investigating a tip at the Delta Inn when they were fired on by a suspect inside a car at about 7:30 p.m., authorities told Fox 13 Memphis.
The suspect, identified by WREG as 29-year-old Latarius Howard, was also wanted in a shooting from last week.
He was still on the lam as of late Thursday, and last seen in a maroon SUV, according to reports. The officer who was shot was hospitalized, but could not be saved.
obese black bitch) attacks
(White) California Air Force
veteran after he allegedly won't
give her money
A woman in California was caught on video assaulting an Air Force veteran who had allegedly tried to help her after he wouldn’t hand over money, police said Thursday.
The Santa Ana Police Department released the shocking footage on Wednesday that shows the stranger, who is believed to be homeless, kicking and punching the 62-year-old man shortly after 8 p.m. on Oct. 21.
A police spokesperson told Fox News on Thursday the man told authorities he lives in a building on West First Street, which is housing for veterans, and could hear the woman yelling. The man, who told police he was formerly homeless and had previously served as a paramedic in the U.S. Air Force, thought she needed help, and let her into the lobby of his building so she could stay warm while calling for help.
But when the woman asked him for money so she could get a hotel room, he rebuffed her and asked her to leave. Video shows the pair began arguing before the woman appears to spit at the man.
He’s later seen re-entering the building, but the woman follows, prompting the pair to begin kicking at each other. As the woman holds the door open, they continue brawling, at which point she grabs him by the shirt collar and begins repeatedly punching him in the head and face. Police said the victim suffered cuts and bruises but did not need to be hospitalized.
Meanwhile, police are still searching for the suspect, whom they described as being 20 to 30 years old and approximately 5-foot-2 to 5-foot-4, with a heavy build. She was last seen wearing a pink jacket and tan leggings. - (Black-on-White)
stains lead to arrest in
domestic-related murder in
UPDATE: A 9-1-1 call and blood stains led police to an arrest in an apparent domestic-related murder in Tuscaloosa. Newly released court documents show deputies found 56-year-old Tammy Ledbetter dead on the living room floor of a house on Ridgehaven Drive after someone called 9-1-1 Monday morning about a reported drug overdose.
Investigators said it was apparent Ledbetter had suffered a severe head wound.
Court records show Ledbetter’s (black) boyfriend was found walking about two miles from the crime scene.
Investigators interviewed Eric Marquis Fowler, who court records show admitted making the 9-1-1 call and being present in the house. Fowler denied assaulting Ledbetter. Investigators arrested Fowler for the murder after finding blood evidence on Fowler’s chest and legs which they believe showed his involvement.
Fowler remained in the Tuscaloosa County jail Tuesday with bond set at $150,000.
Fowler had been arrested previously on domestic violence-related charges in 2017 and 2018 involving Ledbetter but two of those cases had been dismissed. A Tuscaloosa County grand jury had indicted earlier in November for domestic violence in the third degree where Ledbetter had been injured. After finding numerous items of evidence and conducting interviews, Ledbetter's long time domestic partner, 28-year-old Eric Fowler was developed as the suspect and located. - (Black-on-White)
of interracial dating
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL
Mother, friends remember
26-year-old (white female)
veteran stabbed to death Sunday
by her black "boyfriend"
RICHMOND Va. (WRIC) — This veterans day will always stick with friends and family of Christina Cunningham.
On Sunday night, police say she was stabbed to death near south Vine and West Cary streets by her boyfriend, according to investigators. 26-year-old Cunningham was a U.S. Army veteran.
Police say Cunningham’s (black) boyfriend of about a year, Maury Williams, is charged with her murder. Richmond police said that night, they responded to a call of a man having a “psychotic episode” outside the home. That’s where they found Williams, who directed them inside.
The mother told 8News that investigators are beginning to believe the murder could have been “premeditated” or planned. Williams, the alleged murderer, already has a violent criminal record. - (Black-on-White)
black) Man arrested after
fatally stabbing (white)
girlfriend in Richmond
RICHMOND, Va. -- Police have identified a woman killed in a fatal stabbing in Richmond Sunday night. Officers responded to the 1700 block of West Cary Street for the report of male possibly having a psychotic episode at approximately 8:24 p.m.
When officers arrived at the scene, they came in contact with Maury E. Williams who informed officers of an incident that occurred inside a nearby residence. That's where officers found his girlfriend, Christina Cunningham, a woman in her 20s, unresponsive with stab wounds. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Williams was arrested and has been charged with murder and stabbing in the commission of a felony. Detectives say Williams and Cunningham had been in a (sexual) relationship for approximately one year.
of interracial dating
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL
hit-and-run suspect accused of
assaulting witness, (black)
girlfriend wanted as accomplice
MILWAUKIE, Ore. – A man suspected of hitting and killing a pedestrian in September is back in the Clackamas County Jail on $1 million bail after he and his girlfriend allegedly assaulted a witness in the case.
Kevin Charles Derrick is the suspect in a deadly hit and run on the night of September 19, 2020. According to police, someone in a white SUV drove off after fatally striking Robert Eugene Keys, 59, of Gladstone on Southeast King Road in Milwaukie. Detectives arrested Derrick several days later at a motel along Sandy Boulevard in Portland. His white 2003 Cadillac Escalade was found parked outside.
While out on bail for the hit-and-run charges, Derrick and his girlfriend, Alysha Raeann Esser, are accused of confronting and assaulting a witness in the hit-and-run case.
They believe the couple was trying to stop the witness from testifying against Derrick.
Derrick was rearrested on November 8 and again booked into the Clackamas County Jail, this time on $1 million bail.
Detectives are still looking for Esser. She is wanted on a felony warrant for tampering with a witness.
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4 Suspects Wanted In Shooting
At West Philadelphia Business
search for black teen in
connection with fatal Bronx
MTA conductor indicted for gun
trafficking said a child’s death
made job harder: DA
An MTA subway conductor who was busted for smuggling firearms into Brooklyn — as gun violence surged across the city this year — callously griped that the shooting death of a 1-year-old tot was making his job harder, prosecutors alleged Thursday.
“Niggas were beefing with some niggas that ran down on them and they didn’t know there was a 1-year-old baby in the park and they shot, they shot, they tried to run down on the nigga and the baby was out there and the baby got hit in the stomach,” MTA employee Vernal Douglas, 49, allegedly said in a wiretapped phone call with an unnamed buyer...
“S–t been crazy since then.”
(black) St. Cloud men (with
foreign SOMALI names)
suspected of assault in St.
ST. CLOUD — Two St. Cloud men are suspected of a reported sexual assault in a St. Cloud park.
Abdirahin Omar Ali, 21, and Sahal Abdi Hassan, 24, have both been charged with felony first-degree criminal sexual conduct and aiding and abetting first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Stearns County District Court.
According to a criminal complaint, a woman was at a St. Cloud restaurant and bar with friends Oct. 18. She remembers leaving the bar, and then remembers being in a car with five men, being taken to a park and sexually assaulted by Hassan.
The men took her back to the car and she was sexually assaulted again by Ali, the complaint said. The woman ran from the car to get help. Officers responded to the reported sexual assault at 3:30 a.m. and took the woman to the hospital for a sexual assault exam. - Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
ties (black) man to 2005 sex
assault cold case
DNA and a prior arrest have tied a 39-year-old man to a sexual assault case involving a pregnant woman more than 15 years ago, according to a Las Vegas police arrest report. Ricardo Thornton was arrested on Oct. 8 and charged with sexual assault after police said he forced a woman who was eight months’ pregnant to commit a sex act on him in July 2005, the Metropolitan Police Department arrest report released Tuesday. The woman told police she was waiting at a bus stop trying to get to the grocery store because her young son needed formula, but someone told her the bus no longer stopped there and a man pulled up to offer her a ride to the store.
Instead, he drove her to a parking garage where he assaulted her, she told Las Vegas police.“(The victim) said the male told her about a gun and would smash her face into the stereo inside his vehicle,” according to the police report. “He grabbed (the victim) by the head and hair and held her tightly, telling (the victim) to unbutton his pants.”The woman reported the assault to police at the time and conducted a sexual assault exam, but the case was closed shortly afterward with no suspect .
preparing for surgery after
being wounded in downtown
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A dog shot during a shootout that also wounded eight bystanders is heading to surgery on Wednesday, according to veterinarians at Animal House Veterinary Clinic.
Metro police said Allen Crump, 22, was one of two men who fired into a crowd around 1 a.m. Sunday morning at Second Avenue North and Commerce Street. Several people were gathered in the area, when officers said two men began arguing over a dog that was with one of the men.
The man with the dog pulled out a gun , according to investigators. The other man left, but returned minutes later with his own firearm and the two engaged in a shootout.
An arrest warrant states seven bystanders were shot and another was grazed in the head by a bullet. None of the victims suffered critical injuries, police said.
During the incident, the dog involved was shot in the hip , according to Joseph Pleasant, the Community Services Manager for the Nashville Fire Department. Pleasant said a bystander took the dog to an emergency veterinarian for treatment. Dr. Catrina Herd, owner and veterinarian told News 2 the dog’s leg is broken.
“The bullet went through the front of the leg and out of the back. It did not shatter, but it did sever the humerus. Our plan today is to get her to surgery and get a plate on that leg. Hopefully, she will walk out of here.”
Herd says the goal is to save the dog’s leg. The bone is broken, but she remains optimistic they will be able to achieve their goal.
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many African-american men are
currently in prison in the United
States - being given FREE ROOM
AND BOARD, HEALTH CARE etc?
Dad Forgives (psycho black) Mom
Accused of Killing Their 2
(black) Babies Believing Organs
Were Worth 'a Lot of Money'
Amanda Sharp-Jefferson of Las Vegas stood in front of Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Karen Bennett-Haron on Tuesday after facing murder charges in the deaths of her two young daughters.
The 26-year-old mother is accused of killing 2-month-old Lily and 1-year-old Rose sometime between Thursday and Friday.
The mom later told her kids’ father, Jaykwon Singleton, that their organs would be “worth a lot of money.”
The grieving father said despite the charges, he forgives her.
negro charged in 'Sweetie Pie's'
ST. LOUIS — Federal prosecutors on Thursday announced another indictment tied to the 2016 killing of a man whose grandmother’s St. Louis-area soul food restaurant was the setting for the reality show "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's."
The slain man’s uncle, James Timothy Norman, of Jackson, Mississippi, and alleged co-conspirator Terica Ellis, of Memphis, Tennessee, had already been charged with murder for hire for their alleged role in a scheme that led to the shooting death of 20-year-old Andre Montgomery near a St. Louis park.
Fourth person indicted in Sweetie Pie’s murder-for-hire plot
|In August, the shocking case was unsealed in federal court, revealing accusations that Norman enlisted an exotic dancer named Terica Ellis to lure Montgomery outside of a home in north St. Louis where he was gunned down. Prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney's Office say Norman had secretly taken out a life insurance policy on his nephew in the years before the killing.|
Rapper 'Mo3' dies after being
shot in broad daylight on I-35
The Dallas Police Department is investigating the homicide of 28-year-old Melvin A. Noble, also known as the rapper Mo3. Officers responded to a shooting on Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 35 in Dallas, police said.
The suspect, described by police as an "adult Black male," got out of his car and approached Noble while he was sitting in a car. Noble exited the vehicle and began running south on the freeway while the suspect chased him and fired multiple rounds at him, according to the police.
Noble was struck multiple times before the suspect fled in a dark-colored sedan. Noble was transported to a local hospital where he died of his injuries, police said. An innocent bystander, who police say is an "adult male" who was just sitting in his vehicle, was also shot and taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said. The suspect remains at large.
Former Hermantown teacher "Schmaltz"
sentenced for sexual misconduct
A former Hermantown Middle School teacher apologized Monday as she was sentenced for the sexual assault of a former student.
Madeleine Ruth Schmaltz, 30, was placed on three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty in September to a felony charge of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Earlier that month, the mother of the teenager overheard her child in a phone conversation with a woman that sounded "sexual in nature," the complaint stated. After checking the call log, the mother learned the teenager was talking to Schmaltz. The student's parents told law enforcement that the former teacher had given the teenager several gifts.
A couple days later in an interview with officers, the teenager confirmed the situation with Schmaltz, the complaint said. The victim had been going to Schmaltz's house in Saginaw for homework and "mentoring". The complaint states Schmaltz "admitted to sexual touching of the victim on the victim's intimate parts and to having the victim touch her on her intimate parts."
School Teacher Allegedly Admits
to ‘Crush’ on Student — Now
She’s Accused of Molesting Him
A Florida teacher has been arrested for allegedly having inappropriate sexual contact with a student who was under the age of 16 -- and police say she took the boy's brother to McDonald's in an attempt to make him jealous.
Kristen O'Brien, 31, was a teacher at United Brethren in Christ Academy, a small private academy in the Daytona Beach area. The investigation began last September after the boy's mother confiscated his phone and allegedly discovered inappropriate Instagram messages from O'Brien, police tell the Daytona Beach News Journal.
According to the police report, the boy's mother set up a meeting with O'Brien in a fast food parking lot, where the teacher allegedly confessed that she had a "crush" on the child. She allegedly confessed to his mother that she and the boy had cuddled under a blanket on his couch, and that the boy touched her sexually.
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RULE HARVARD CAN CONTINUE TO
DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ASIAN
in order to pander to 'Black and Hispanic Priviledge'
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court: Secretary of state lacked
authority to change deadline 2
days before Election Day
Judge ruled ballots that were previously set aside should not be counted
A Pennsylvania judge ruled in favor of the Trump campaign Thursday, ordering that the state may not count ballots where the voters needed to provide proof of identification and failed to do so by Nov. 9.
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separatist and ex-grand dragon
of California KKK, dead at 82
Extermination of the White Race
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SLANDEROUS LIBELOUS TRAITOROUS
'cartels' quietly operating in
Mexico, aiding US drug crisis
MEXICO CITY, Mexico – From nondescript buildings in the industrial nucleus of Wuhan, across wavy seas to dusty tented super laboratories in the heart of Mexico, and then across the jagged southwest border and dispersing like a wild bomb ripping through every crevice of the United States, the growing presence of Chinese drug lords and cartels below the southern border is one that is killing an unprecedented amount of Americans.
According to multiple Mexico-based security and intelligence professionals, the bulk of the deadly work is carried out by the "Los Zheng" wing, identified as having "the largest presence in Mexico for the trafficking of fentanyl and methamphetamine."
China’s Communist Party
Interfered in the U.S.
Election?—Gen. Robert Spaldin
Nov 11, 2020
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black) Caregivers charged in
connection to murder of elderly
(White) Memphis man
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Three "caregivers" are in jail charged in connection to the murder of a Memphis man.
Sharon Fleming, Brandon Carter, and Kanisha Harris were all charged for various crimes relating to the death of John Bulmanski.
Fleming and Carter are charged with first degree murder during the perpetration of aggravated neglect of a vulnerable adult. Harris is charged with facilitation of first murder in relation to this incident.
Investigators said they were his caregivers during his time at RHA Health Services in Cordova. They said last June, Bulmanski was critically hurt during a transport, but no one said anything.
Bulmanski was taken to the hospital the next day, where they learned he had a broken neck.
Bulmanski died in April, 10 months later from complications due to those injuries.
Bulmanski’s family has filed a lawsuit. - (Black-on-White)
police identify (black) man
killed after allegedly opening
fire on police officers,
Baltimore Police said that a 25-year-old man who was killed after allegedly opening fire on plainclothes officers Monday morning was not the person the officers were in the area searching for at the time.
Rodney Eubanks was shot and killed after police returned fire. Police identified the detective who was shot in the leg and fired back as Det. Brandon Bolt, a member of the department since 2013.
Police were unable to shed light on the seemingly unprovoked attack, but confirmed a detail that could offer a possible clue: Eubanks' older brother, Antonio, had been gunned down in broad daylight at the same intersection just two weeks earlier.
(elderly White) LSU fan mugged
in Tiger Stadium restroom,
(young black) contract worker
LSU Police on Monday announced the arrest of a man hired to help clean Tiger Stadium and accused him of beating and robbing a man in an arena bathroom.
Officers said Gary Ramses Walker, 19, of 350 Delphine St., Baton Rouge, worked for a crew contracted to clean the stadium after the Tigers' game against South Carolina on Saturday. Walker was arrested on a count of second-degree robbery.
Danny Dwyer had said in an interview with The Advocate on Sunday that he was beaten over the head and robbed after staying in the stadium following the game to listen to the Tigers' marching band. He said he was attacked in a restroom after three or four other men left the area.
The arrest warrant says the manager of the custodial company that cleans Tiger Stadium was contacted by several employees who said Walker was bragging about the robbery.
Walker had been assigned to that restroom for the entire game day, the arrest warrant said, and didn't show up for work the next day.
Dwyer had said Sunday that he always stayed after the game to listen to the band, and feared his attacker may have been emboldened by the small crowd size. Because of crowd limits imposed due to the coronavirus, Tiger Stadium has had crowds of around 25,000 people.
"Normally, there's 80,000 to 100,000 people at an LSU game. You're never alone," Dwyer said Sunday. "During these unfortunate times, with the lower number of people, there's more opportunity for a one-on-one encounter."
He said that when he entered the restroom after the game, there were three or four men, plus a young man with a broom and dustpan. The LSU Police Department's arrest warrant says that one of the custodial company employees who contacted his manager about Walker's bragging was able to tell police where Walker threw the stolen wallet out of a vehicle he was riding in, confirmed later by police.
Palm Bay Man Charged with
First-Degree Premeditated Murder
After Deadly Shooting (of white
woman) in Melbournee
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Police have arrested a 30-year-old Palm Bay man for the pre-meditated murder of Jamie Francis Wright on October 15 in Melbourne outside 321 Tax/Lizzy’s Restaurant, located on the 1300 block of E. University Blvd.
The murder suspect has been identified as Latavious Shant Johnson.
Police say the investigation began when police responded to a shooting incident involving two men. Initially, police say they believed Johnson was a victim of the shooting; however, evidence collected over the course of the investigation contradicted this.
“Investigators determined Latavious Johnson arrived at the location where he fatally shot Jamie Francis Wright and then shot her husband, Theron Wright, multiple times. Theron Wright attempted to defend himself and a struggle ensued between the two men,” said Commander Heath Sanders of the Melbourne Police Department. “Latavious Johnson was shot and injured during the struggle. He then fled to an awaiting SUV and was driven to HRMC by the occupants.” Authorities say Johnson was released from the hospital on November 7 and transferred to the Brevard County Jail where he has been charged with the following: - (Black-on-White)
tattooed-neck) Woman charged
with murder after Tues. night
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Jackson Police Department arrested a woman accused of killing a man in a shooting Tuesday night. The shooting happened on Utah Street just before 11 p.m.
Police found a man with a fatal gunshot wound after an altercation happened inside the home.
The victim was identified as 45-year-old Howard Williams.
Alexandria Lee, 30, was arrested and charged with murder.
upholds Hibbing murder
A judge has upheld a first-degree murder indictment against the man accused of shooting two people, one fatally, on Christmas Day 2018 in Hibbing, Minnesota.
Jerome Dionte Spann, 31, faces a mandatory life sentence without the possibility of parole if convicted of the premeditated murder of 34-year-old Jeryel McBeth. He's also charged with intentional second-degree murder and second-degree assault.
Sixth Judicial District Judge Rachel Sullivan last week rejected a defense bid to dismiss the indictment due to alleged grand juror bias, insufficient instruction and inadmissible testimony. According to a criminal complaint, Spann carried a handgun as he approached the group and allegedly shot McBeth three times, in the chest, shoulder and forearm. Spann continued shooting four or five rounds, striking 25-year-old Jamien Stuckey and nearly hitting another man before fleeing the scene, the complaint alleges.
Grass Valley (California) police
arrest seven BLACK men on murder
On Saturday, November 7, at about 11:30 pm, Grass Valley Police Officers observed a vehicle speeding through town. They followed the vehicle as it sped to the hospital where officers learned that a female passenger in the vehicle had sustained a gunshot wound to the head.
In questioning the male driver, officers learned that several individuals had come from out of the area to purchase Marijuana. They met with the sellers in the South Ponderosa Road area. At some point during the transaction, it became apparent that the suspects were using fake money to purchase the Marijuana. A disagreement ensued which led to a car chase as the suspects tried to flee the area with the Marijuana. Near the intersection of West Main Street and Alta Street, one of the suspects fired multiple shots at the pursuing vehicle. One of the rounds struck a female passenger in the head. The arrested parties were the following:
William Levise, 31 years old – from Dallas TX
Trey Richard, 22 years old – from Dallas TX
Ronney Turner, 31 years old – from Dallas TX
Juan McHenry, 31 years old – from Dallas TX
Devon Jennings, 21 years old – from Dallas TX
Laderrick Wynn, 20 years old – from Dallas TX
Dakari Harris, 22 years old – from Shreveport LA
Philadelphia Man Arrested After
Operating Gun Trafficking
Organization, Making Straw
Purchases, Officials Say
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Authorities in Montgomery County announced the arrest of a Philadelphia man who they say was trafficking guns.
A week after turning 21, detectives say Daniel Lucas of West Philadelphia went on a handgun purchasing spree, traveling hundreds of miles to Central Pennsylvania. In his first transaction, arrest papers claim Lucas bought four firearms from a single dealer in Mount Joy, Lancaster County.
Montgomery County prosecutors were alarmed the purchase of the exact same make and model weapon triggered zero red flags on the part of the dealer.
“Buying multiple handguns right after your 21st birthday is a potential sign of a straw purchase. Buying multiple guns of the exact same make and model, especially four, is a red flag sign of a straw purchase,” Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steel said. In a week’s time, detectives say Lucas bought 16 guns from a variety of area dealers.
Searching For Black Suspects Who
Blew Up Safe, Stole Narcotics,
Money From North Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police are searching for the suspects wanted in a robbery at a pharmacy in North Philadelphia. Police say the owner secured his pharmacy on the 3100 block of Frankford Avenue before leaving the location on Oct. 27 at 5 p.m., but when he returned on Oct. 28, he found people forced entry through the front door of the security gate.
The suspects used an explosive device to open a safe and took numerous narcotics and an undetermined amount of money. Police released surveillance video of the suspects.
York City - DAILY CASUALTY
REPORT - DEAD AND WOUNDED
ALIENS violating MEXICAN border
Arrested Across Three
LAREDO, TEXAS – United States Border Patrol agents of the Laredo Sector encountered dangerous criminal aliens with prior convictions of violent acts throughout the Laredo area of operations on three consecutive days.
On the morning of November 6, Hebbronville Station agents arrested an individual east of town who was illegally in the United States. He was identified as Ever Moreno-Espinal, a 39 year old El Salvadoran national. Records checks revealed that Moreno-Espinal had been convicted on the charge of Rape of a Child under 17 years of age in October 2019 in Suffolk County, New York.
The following morning on November 7, agents from the Laredo South Station arrested an individual in south Laredo after he entered illegally into the country. The individual was identified as Saul Hernandez-Cruz, a 46 year old Mexican national. Records checks on Hernandez-Cruz revealed a January 2016 conviction for Aggravated Sexual Assault of an Elderly or Disabled Person.
The final arrest occurred on the evening of November 8, when Laredo South agents arrested Jose Alberto Sanchez-Toledo, a 26 year old Mexican national, for entering the country illegally. Records checks on Sanchez-Toledo revealed a prior Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child conviction in Dallas, Texas, in which he received six months’ probation.
The incidents reported above show the lack of regard criminal aliens and their smugglers have for the laws of this country. The agents of the Laredo Sector are committed to preventing dangerous criminals such as these from entering our country and endangering the communities in which we live. They will be diligent as they carry out their duties of protecting the American people, safeguarding our borders, and enhancing the Nation’s economic prosperity.
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