“All in all, it was an incredible victory for the Chinese government. Feinstein has done more for Red China than other any serving U.S. politician. “ Trevor Loudon...After Feinstein was elected to the Senate in 1992, Blum continued profiting off their ties to China. A the same time, the freshman lawmaker was pitching herself as a “China hand” to colleagues, even once claiming “that in my last life maybe I was Chinese.” HARIS ALIC
"I graduated from a small College in
Louisiana that was,according to me, one f the best schools in the state or the
South. I Graduated with a Degree in Secondary Education in December 1971. I
began teaching on March 1, 1972. I filled in for an ailing classroom teacher
and stayed on the Faculty the following year. It was immediate that I noticed
Discipline was non existent at the school. I stayed in the classroom setting
until the end of the school year in 1977. I resigned at that point. The
children were for the most part horrible. The only thing that saved me and
others back in those days is that if a youngster came after you physically you
had the right to defend yourself. Our school Administration for the most part
would not back us. We were pretty much on our own. School Politics (Office
Politics) was the rule of the day. Black teachers would not associate with
white teachers and vice versa. I was swung at and missed and at times swung at
and hit. I always returned fire. These were teenagers that at times 18-20 years
of age and still in High school. 90 % of the Kids that swung at me were Black.
I finally got out of there. I started a whole new career. My children never
went to Public School. I payed through the nose but sent them to Catholic
Schools where proper discipline was the norm. Today all but one of my children
have done well in life and their children as well. There was a time when Blacks
and Whites got along in our South Louisiana small town but today things are
strained. Will it ever get better....GOD only knows."
Editor's note: Below is Sean Fitzgerald's recent video exposing violence in America's public schools. Fitzgerald sheds light on how the Obama-era "touchy feely" disciplinary approach spawned a catastrophe. The video was produced in conjunction with the David Horowitz Freedom Center's Stop K-12 Indoctrination campaign. To order the Freedom Center's new pamphlet, "Leftist Indoctrination in Our K-12 Public Schools," CLICK HERE.
Police Shut Down Alabama Dog Fighting, Saving Seventeen Animals
sheriff’s deputies saved the
lives of more than a dozen innocent dogs from a dog fighting ring on Sunday.
receiving complaints of dogs fighting near Main Street in Mulga,
Alabama, Chief Deputy Randy Christian said that they could hear them
somewhere in the woods behind one of the houses. They intercepted one person
carrying an injured canine, then proceeded to find 17 more. Four of those had
injuries consistent with dog fighting.
dog skulls were found in the area surrounding a ring that contained fresh
arrested Reginald Antonio Dowdell, 42, for allegedly participating in dog
fighting. “He was booked into the county jail and later released on a $15,000
bond,” reports WVTM.
sheriff’s office has taken custody of the animals.
Birmingham Humane Society President and CEO Allison Black Cornelius lauded
law enforcement efforts and encouraged others to report animal abuse. In a
Facebook post, Cornelius said:
you see or hear something say something. And that’s what happened. It was a
long and grueling day. Many thanks to our staff and to Sheriff Hale’s
incredible deputies. None of us will ever forget what we saw and none of us
will rest until violence like this stops.
sickens me to think these people live and walk amongst us in our community. And
the fact that these scum bags had a child on scene made me want to throw up.
Pray for all of these poor creatures and pray for the GBHS hands that will be
trying to heal the hurts these animals have suffered over the next many many
Watch – Black Lives Matter Activists Surround Cars, Attack
Drivers: ‘Back the F*ck Up!’
Black Lives Matter activists wearing ski masks attacked and threatened
drivers in Washington, D.C. during a counter-protest against the “Unite the
Right 2” protest in Lafayette Park.
footage taken by Breitbart News, Black Lives Matter activists can be seen
attacking cars and threatening drivers who were attempting to drive down the
streets of Washington, D.C.
up! Back the fuck up!” a group of Black Lives Matter activists shouted at a
driver. “Go back that way n*gg*r!” Get your ass back!”
car eventually began backing up due to the threats.
driver tried passing through and was immediately met with attacks and threats
by a mob of Black Lives Matter activists. The Black Lives Matter activists can
be seen in this Breitbart News footage kicking the vehicle and demanding the
car reverse. The car eventually backed up.
him go before he gets that shit!” a Black Lives Matter activist shouted. “Let
him go before we wreck that shit!”
additional footage by Breitbart News, Antifa and Black Lives Matter activists
can be seen shutting down traffic and drivers as they block the streets of
Mason and Matt Perdie contributed to this report.
Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.
California police chief grins and flips the bird during his first court
appearance for ‘viciously beating an elderly Sikh man while he was on his
·Tyrone McAllister made his first court
appearance on Friday and was seen in a video smiling and waving his middle
fingers in the air
·McAllister, 18, has been arrested for the
beating of Sahib Singh, 71
·His father is Daryl McAllister, the chief of
Union City Police Department
·On Wednesday, the chief revealed that he
helped authorities track Tyrone down
·The attack took place in Manteca, California,
50 miles from where Tyrone grew up
·His father has since told how he has 'lost
his way' in recent months
·He and his wife are 'devastated' and 'shaken'
by the teenager's alleged actions
PUBLISHED: 10:57 EDT, 11 August 2018 | UPDATED: 13:13 EDT, 11 August
of a police chief in California charged with attacking a 71-year-old Sikh man
grinned and waved his middle fingers in the air during his first court
appearance on Friday.
McAllister, 18, was seen on video giving the finger and smiling to a Fox40 cameraman,
the outlet reports. He then drops his hands to his lap before throwing up his
middle finger a second time.
was in court for his arraignment. No bail was set for the
Video playing bottom right...
Tyrone McAllister was seen smiling and waving his middle fingers at a
cameraman during his first court appearance on Friday
McAllister appeared in court for his arraignment for allegedly a Sikh
man. No bail was set for the teen
Monday, 71-year-old Sahib Singh was attacked by two young men during his
morning walk in Manteca, California.
attack was captured by surveillance cameras and showed the two thugs beating
the man while dressed in hoodies. One, who was wearing a black hoodie, was
brandishing a gun.
identified him as McAllister, the estranged son of Union City Police Department
Chief Daryl McAllister.
lengthy Facebook post on Wednesday, Chief McAllister told of his disgust at
learning his son was involved after being contacted by Manteca Police
Department, the investigating department.
can barely describe how embarrassed, dejected, and hurt my wife, daughters, and
I feel right now.
stomach has been churning from the moment I learned this news, ' he
police chief and his wife then helped officers track his son down and arrest
Sahib Singh, 71, was left with serious injuries after being attacked in
the street on Monday
teen has been charged with attempted robbery, elder abuse and assault with a
other suspect is a 16-year-old male who has not been named.
Singh, the victim, struggles with English and had difficulty telling
police what happened to him after the attack
arrested on the same charges and will be transferred to a juvenile facility
after being processed.
Facebook post, Chief McAllister told how his son had fallen into a 'bad crowd'
and had not been at the family home for months.
began to lose his way a couple years ago, while he was a juvenile, running away
and getting involved in a bad crowd,' he posted.
pretty much divorced his friends and family, associating with people none of us
into trouble for some theft-related crimes and ended up spending several months
in juvenile hall,' Chief McAllister added.
adult, he was again arrested for a theft-related incident, and he ended up
spending another three months in adult jail as a result.
being released he has been wayward and has not returned to our family home for
several months,' he wrote.
police chief said he was torn between the desire to protect his child and the
oath he took as a law enforcement leader.
Tyrone McAllister, 18, was arrested for the brutal beating of a Sikh man
in California on Wednesday. Tyrone is the son of Union City Police Chief Daryl
McAllister who helped authorities investigating the incident track the the teen
down to arrest him
Men kick 71-year-old Sikh man repeatedly
while he's down
he decided to help the Manteca Police Department find Tyrone to arrest
wife and I worked with Manteca PD to help them track him down and arrest
faces serious felony charges for which, if convicted, he stands to spend a
considerable about of time in prison. My family is shaken to the core. His
sisters (one corporate and the other about to start law school), are at a loss
to understand any of this.
difficult for us to comprehend how one of three kids who grew up with the same
parents, under the same roof, with the same rules and same values and character
could wander so far astray.
simply don't know why, or how we got here. In the eyes of the public, no matter
the irrelevance to the incident, the fact remains that the father of the
perpetrator of this despicable crime is a police chief, period.
cannot expect the general public (our Sikh community in particular) to factor
in any sentiment that would distinguish this from the integrity of my family
name. I pray that we, as a community, in conjunction with my family, can get
through this and be even stronger as a result,' he said.
Tyrone is pictured on surveillance camera footage, kicking the elderly
Sikh man while wearing a black hoodie
Tyrone is also accused of brandishing a gun during the attack. He was
arrested along with a 16-year-old who is not being named because of his
Chief McAllister announced his son's arrest in a lengthy statement on
of the attack showed the young men approaching Singh and speaking to him before
who struggles with English, later told that he did not understand what the men
left with serious injuries which required him to wear a neck brace.
is one of two Sikh men who have been attacked in small Californian communities
in the last week.
are not thought to be connected.
Malhi was putting up campaign signs for local Republicans at night when two men
ambushed him, throwing sand in his eyes before beating him in the head,
shoulders and neck on July 31.
said Monday they are looking for the two men who beat Malhi and spray-painted a
neo-Nazi symbol on his truck in what they branded a hate crime.
50, said the men screamed at him to 'go back to your country' before
spray-painting the same message and a white supremacist symbol on his truck.
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Texas dad said son pleaded for mercy before death
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son pleaded for mercy before death
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(AP) — A Houston man accused of killing his two children told authorities his
8-year-old son said "daddy, I'm sorry" before having his throat cut,
according to court documents obtained Tuesday.
Pierre Ndossoka is charged with two counts of capital murder in the deaths of
his children, Marcel Ndossoka and 1-year-old Anna-Belle Faith Ndossoka.
father told police the toddler "just kept crying," court documents
Ntongo, the children's mother and Ndossoka's estranged wife, found the children
dead Saturday inside Ndossoka's Houston apartment.
records show the mother reported that Ndossoka had called her multiple times
throughout the day. When they spoke, she said, Ndossoka said he killed the
children and had left her a "present." He also told her she needed to
come to his place and said there was a key under the mat, according to court
went to the apartment and called 911 when she found the children dead, the
records show. Police reported finding a bloody knife at the apartment and a
handwritten note on the bed near the 8-year-old boy.
note, which appeared to be written in French and signed by the suspect, was
translated and indicated that Ndossoka had planned to die with his children,
according to court documents.
Sunday, Ndossoka was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Pasadena,
southeast of Houston. He was taken to a hospital in stable condition.
with police, the father at first said he did not remember what happened to his
children. Ndossoka then said he "did something bad" and reported
having high blood pressure.
defendant then admitted that he had done something to his children and when
asked 'What?' he motioned towards his neck," according to the court
first said he had choked the children, the documents said, but then reported
using a knife and confirmed he wrote the note found at the apartment.
Online jail and court records list no attorney for Ndossoka.
New Mexico sheriff: Compound searched, 11 kids removed
This Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, photo released by Taos County Sheriff's
Office shows Siraj Wahhaj. Wahhaj was jailed on a Georgia warrant alleging
child abduction after law enforcement officers searching a rural northern New
Mexico compound for a missing 3-year-old boy found 11 children in filthy
conditions and hardly any food. The children ranging in age from 1 to 15 were
removed from the compound in the small community of Amalia, N.M, and turned
over to state child-welfare workers, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said.
Hogrefe said the search did not turn up the missing boy, but that investigators
had reason to believe the boy had been at the compound fairly recently. (Taos
County Sheriff's Office via AP)
N.M. (AP) — Law enforcement officers searching a rural northern New Mexico
compound for a missing 3-year-old boy didn't locate him but found 11 other
children in filthy conditions and hardly any food, a sheriff said Saturday.
children ranging in age from 1 to 15 were removed from the compound in the
small community of Amalia, New Mexico, and turned over to state child-welfare
workers, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said.
men were arrested during the search while two women at the compound were
initially detained before being released pending further investigation, Hogrefe
of the men, 39-year-old Siraj Wahhaj, was jailed on a Georgia warrant alleging
child abduction while the other man, identified only as Lucas Morten, was
arrested on suspicion of harboring a fugitive, Hogrefe said.
court records checked Saturday didn't list defense attorneys who could comment
on behalf of the men.
search stemmed from an investigation involving the Taos County Sheriff's
Office, the FBI and Clayton County, Georgia, authorities, Hogrefe said in a
is 145 miles (233 kilometers) northeast of Albuquerque and in an isolated high-desert
area near the New Mexico-Colorado border.
said authorities had conducted surveillance of the compound while looking for
the missing boy before he decided Thursday to get a search warrant immediately
after a Georgia investigator forwarded a message in which someone at the
compound reportedly told another person that people at the compound were
starving and needed water.
said the search did not turn up the missing boy, identified by the sheriff as
AG Wahhaj, but that investigators had reason to believe the boy had been at the
compound fairly recently.
not clear whether the boy and Siraj Wahhaj are related.
were no injuries during the search, the sheriff said. But Wahhaj and Morten
initially refused to follow commands and Wahhaj was armed with a rifle and four
handguns, Hogrefe said.
was little food in the compound, which consisted of a small travel trailer
buried in the ground and covered by plastic with no water, plumbing and
electricity, he said.
only food we saw were a few potatoes and a box of rice in the filthy
trailer," the sheriff said.
adults and children appeared like "refugees not only with no food or fresh
water, but with no shoes, personal hygiene and basically dirty rags for
clothing," the sheriff said. "We all gave the kids our water and what
snacks we had - it was the saddest living conditions and poverty I have
Induced abortion is the leading cause of death in the United States and
accounts for a disturbing 61 percent of deaths of African Americans, according
to researchers from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
A report Thursday analyzed
research using data from the latest year for which all the pertinent information
is available (2009) and found that induced abortion was responsible for 1.152
million deaths, making it the number one cause of death in the U.S. at nearly
twice the number of deaths from heart disease (599,413) and cancer (567,628).
abortion accounted for nearly a third of all U.S. deaths in 2009 (32.1
percent), more troubling still, it made up 61.1 percent of African American
deaths, according to the studypublished in the Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (June
disparity of black deaths through abortion has led one leading black pastor to
recently decry the “black genocide” taking place in the
United States at the hands of the abortion industry.
July essay, the Rev. Clenard Childress,
Jr. noted that 52 percent of all African American pregnancies end in abortion
and that whereas abortion is the most common operation performed on women, it
is also “the least regulated medical procedure” and is often “completely
ignored by health regulation enforcement.”
Statistics reveal that nearly 1,800 unborn black babies are
aborted every day, proportionately more than any other race, Rev. Childress
According to the
Centers for Disease Control (CDC), between 2007 and 2010, more than 35 percent
of the deaths by abortion in the United States
happened to black babies, despite the fact that blacks represent only 12.8
percent of the population. Conversely, non-Hispanic whites, who make up 63.7% of America’s population,
account for only 37.7% of all U.S. abortions.
intent of abortion practitioners, by functional standards, abortion is a racist institution in the United States, with
black children aborted at nearly four times the rate of white children.
Among white women, there are 138 abortions for every 1000 live
births; among blacks, there are 501 abortions for every 1000 births. This means
that blacks are aborted at 3.6 times the rate of whites.
Carried over to a global context, the figures are equally
worrisome, with abortion accounting for more deaths than any other cause.
As of August
4, 2018, there have been nearly 25 million abortions performed worldwide so far
this year, while less than a million people have died from road accident
fatalities, 4.8 million from cancer, and 990,000 from HIV/AIDS, according to
the best available data.
In their study, the UNC-Charlotte researchers, James Studnicki,
Sharon J. MacKinnon, and John W. Fisher, lamented the fact that despite the
overwhelming weight of data and the universal acknowledgement that the act of
abortion results in a human death, abortion is often not reported as a cause of
death in the vital statistics system in the United States, an omission stemming
from ideology rather than science.
“The exclusion of a major cause of death,” they noted,
“especially one with large racial and ethnic disparities, should be a major
concern to the scientific community and society as a whole.”
“As a cause of death, the major one for Hispanics and African
Americans,” said Dr. Studnicki, the lead researcher, “abortion would be at the
top of the scientific agenda in the U.S., and with a funding priority
consistent with its importance.”
Thomas D. Williams on Twitter
suspends father's channel with more than 5.6million subscribers after he fed
his children ice cream laced with LAXATIVES and then filmed them crying in pain
and on the toilet
·YouTube star DJ SO COOL's channel was
suspended after one of his videos showed him feeding his kids laxative laced
ice cream as a prank
·The dad then films 90-minutes-later, as his
children scream and cry in pain
·Then, all as part of his 'prank' for his
channel, he films his two smallest children on the toilet in agony and keeps
filming despite them trying to close the door
·In another removed clip, he lights fireworks
in his children's bedroom and films as they cry in terror- laughing 'they think
somebody was shooting!'
·He also did a 'Drowning Baby Prank' where he
tells his partner that their child drowned- and he shouts 'Its a prank sucker!'
·The YouTube channel is monetized so the
more eyes he gets on his videos with ads the more money they make
PUBLISHED: 16:49 EDT, 1 August 2018 | UPDATED: 18:28 EDT, 1 August
popular YouTube channel
was suspended after the family patriarch posted a video of a 'prank' where he
feeds his kids ice-cream laced with laxatives and then records them crying in
James Brady, 29, runs the YouTube channel CJ SO COOL, which has over 5.6million
followers. The channel is monetized- which means he sells his channel to
advertisers, with the more people watching the ads, the more money they stand
week his channel was suspended over the vicious practical joke that appeared to
have made his children physically sick. The 'laxative ice cream' video was
vlog, Brady films himself dosing his children's ice cream with Pedia-Lax and
then feeding it to them. He then films 90-minutes later, showing his children
screaming and crying in pain.
for more videos
Video playing bottom right...
CJ SO COOL filmed himself dousing his children's ice-cream with
Pedia-Lax before he feeds it to them
On the removed vlog he videos himself feeding three of his four children
the laced ice cream
Then he cuts to 90-minutes later, and films his children screaming in
pain and crying
His little boy grabs his stomach and cries 'My stomach hurts,' as
his dad keeps filming
Then, to make matters worse, he keeps on filming as his children are in
agony on the toilet
They try to shove the door closed, but Brady won't let them be alone, as
his films what he did to his own children
Royalty Johnson, 28, and Cordero James Brady, 29, pictured with
their four children
stomach hurts,' screams one of his kids. 'Oh my goodness, this boy's stomach is
broken!' he jokes.
he films his youngest two- a boy and a girl, in separate bathrooms, as they sit
on the toilet crying, trying to close the door on him- as he continues to hold
the camera on them.
Kortney Peagram, founder of Bulldog Solution, an anti-child abuse organization,
told babe.net, the
site that originally reported on the laxative video: 'harming your child on
purpose with laxatives is child abuse. That's child endangerment.'
added Brady is 'harming his children and bullying them to pull pranks on each
other, it is really disturbing.
modelling inappropriate behavior and encouraging it by laughter … He's teaching
his children that it's okay to harm each other for a good laugh.'
reached out to the Henderson Police Department who have not responded yet.
call to Clark County Child Protective Services, they said they are unable to
comment on any potential investigations.
'pranks' have left his children in tears before.
appears to be another since removed video, he lights fireworks in the kids'
room as they sleep, and when they start crying- he laughs saying 'it's a
prank because they think somebody was shooting!'
department is suspended: North Carolina force is put on administrative leave
after the chief and lieutenant were arrested for moonlighting
·Chief Gary Smith, 46, and 48-year-old Lt.
Michael Christian Simmons were arrested on Thursday
·They were were charged with conspiracy
to obtain property by false pretenses, willful failure to discharge duties
an obstruction of justice
·FBI and the State Bureau of Investigation
began their look into the two officers on April 4 after other officers tipped
·Smith and Simmons were said to have been
driving overnight shifts for an unnamed local trucking company while on police
·They often had to travel out of town for
their second job, David added
North Carolina police department was placed on paid administrative leave after
a city's olice chief and a lieutenant were detained on Thursday for double
dipping while on the clock.
Police Chief Gary Smith, 46, and 48-year-old Lt. Michael Christian Simmons were
charged with conspiracy to obtain property by false pretenses, willful failure
to discharge duties and obstruction of justice.
FBI and the State Bureau of Investigation
began their look into the two officers on April 4 after other officers tipped
them off, District Attorney Jon David explained to CBS 17.
Chief Gary Smith, 46, and 48-year-old Lt. Michael Christian Simmons were
charged with conspiracy to obtain property by false pretenses, willful failure
to discharge duties an obstruction of justice
and Simmons were said to have been driving overnight shifts for an unnamed
local trucking company while they were also on shift at the department.
often had to travel out of town for their second job, David added.
'It is indeed that I get before you today with a heart laden with grief
for all these events that happened today,' said Mayor Jerry Dove. 'It was a
shock to me to hear all these, being a former chief and knowing the officers
that worked in that department and hired at least half of them'
was arrested early on Thursday morning and booked at the Brunswick County
Detention Center with a $10,000 bond. He was released on bail.
was taken into custody at the Thursday news conference.
warrants were executed Thursday at the police department, town hall and the
indeed that I get before you today with a heart laden with grief for all these
events that happened today,' said Mayor Jerry Dove. 'It was a shock to me to
hear all these, being a former chief and knowing the officers that worked in
that department and hired at least half of them.'
Brunswick County Sheriff's Office was advised by the city board to assume all
law responsibilities in the area at the meantime, Dove said.
Smith was arrested early on Thursday morning and booked at the Brunswick
County Detention Center with a $10,000 bond. He was released on bail
will be relying on (the sheriff's office) substantially on the road ahead to
step into the void and provide a police presence,' David added. 'The sheriff's
office already has overlapping jurisdiction with Southport. It's not new that
they would be patrolling these streets. They know the lay of the land and I'm
very confident that citizens will be well protected.'
David made sure not to call all the officers bad.
of these officers have done absolutely nothing wrong. Some of them are the ones
that first came forward,' David added. 'This stain should not be extended to
the officers who take seriously their duty to serve and protect.'
from the City of Southport are now also under investigation too.
sheriff's office will assist in the cases if needed, but David didn't feel like
any of the cases were handled improperly.
Video: Band Of Female Lululemon
Thieves Hit A Dozen Stores Across The Bay Area https://sanfrancisco.cbsloc...
Young women doing what the brotha's are doing.
(On Drudge today, along with the Apple store robbery, below.) They seem to be
AMERICAN GHETTO BLACKS ARE THE MOST VIOLENT, RACIST, HOMOPHOBIC,
ABORTED AND IGNORANT SUBCULTURE IN THE WORLD.
Whatever you thought crazy was, put it aside. Because
no matter what you think is the craziest story of black violence – and the
denial, deceit, and delusion surrounding it – this recent story out of Oakland
is way past that.
It began simply and sadly enough on a BART system in the Oakland
younger black people killed two older white guys.The reaction from BART was as predictable
as it was lame: BART is safe; murder and violence are isolated; and no, you
cannot see the videos from any of the hundreds of cameras in the stations.
Then, over the weekend, John Lee Cowell, a white guy, met two
black women, Nia Wilson and her sister, on BART. He cut their
throats, killing Nia.
Soon the streets of Oakland were full of black protesters,
wondering why white people are able to get away with so much murder against
black people. Many took to Twitter as well. "White
supremacy slashes throats, it stabs, it lynches, and continues to kill our
people in horrific ways," said one Twitter poster. It isevil. "Don't
tell us to play patty-cake with it." And on and on this went by
the thousands: black people bitterly complaining about white-on-black crime and
how cops in places like Oakland never do anything about it.
The only other explanation is one that just
happened to be true: crime in Oakland, one of
America's most dangerous cities, is a black
thing, wildly out of proportion. Anyone who
cannot see that is in full denial, deceit, and
BART commuters are often its keenest witnesses.
In 2015, the crime on BART trains was so bad that BART
created an app where riders could document any chaos or violence or
lawlessness, then automatically send it to BART.
BLOG: ANYONE WHO HAS RIDDEN A LOS ANGELES METRO BUS KNOW THAT
95% OF THE ISSUES, VIOLENCE, INAPPROPRIATE AND MENACING CONDUCT IS BY BLACK
MEN. THE OTHER 5% BY BLACK WOMEN!!!
After a year, the geniuses at the East Bay Express ascertained
that black ridership on BART was about 11 percent, but complaints against black
people made up about 70 percent of the info from the app. It did not
take long to figure out that the app was racist, and it was soon never heard
Flash forward to less than a year ago: 50-70 black people
rampaged through a BART station, beating and robbing a few white passengers –
just the latest in a series of black mob violence at BART trains and
stations. Some fatal. Most ignored. All
treated as a symptom of white racism.
All with videotape that BART executives refused to share for the
craziest of reasons: BART executives said doing so would be "embarrassing
to minorities." And no, I do not expect you to believe that
unless you see it for yourself. So here's an excerpt from a recent
video I did. Just click here: BART refuses to
If that is not enough, try this on for size: an article I wrote
about it at the time for American Thinker with lots of
Just a few weeks ago, BART was back in the news when it was
revealed that 66% of the people banned from BART for criminal behavior are
black.More racism, of course, said the people
who were loath to consider, even for a second, that black people on BART create
holy Hell six times more than their ridership should.
It is not just Oakland. Even as black people in Oakland
were revving up their protests to remember Nia Wilson and protest this tsunami
of fictitious white-on-black crime, black-on-white murder proceeded apace
around the rest of the country the same way it always does: wildly out of
In Atlanta, a middle-aged white restaurant manager, Christian
Broder, was visiting his home town for a wedding when a black person recently out
of jail killed him. The killer was supposed to be staying in a
"diversion program" instead of finishing a sentence for violent
crime. But even after he was caught brandishing guns and drugs on
social media with some of his bros before the murder, he was soon free
again. Free to kill Christian.
In Natchitoches, Louisiana, Felicia Marie-Nicole Smith, a
black woman, is under arrest for kidnapping, murdering, then burning a
six-month-old white child, Levi Cole Ellerbe.
So far, no protests. Not even an angry Twitter stream.
This is a long list from just recently. In North
Portland, Oregon, a black man killed a white woman and burned her. I
guess that's a black thing, too.
In Bradenton, Massachusetts, a black person is wanted for killing
a couple of white kids.
From Baltimore to Oakland, a common reaction to black-on-white
crime is that only white privilege gives white people living near black people
an expectation of safety. Besides, everyone knows there is no
difference between black crime rates and white crime rates.
White people do it, too.
Just because something is easily shown to be the greatest lie of
our generation, that does not mean that lots and lots and lots of people
refuse to say it over and over and over again.
Colin Flaherty is just about the worst person on this planet, said
CNN a few days ago. That's because he wrote a scintillating
bestseller titled Don't Make the Black Kids Angry, which documents black violence wildly out of
proportion. Worse still, lots of people read it. Sorry,
not sorry, CNN.
somebody to be angry at': Girlfriend of 28-year-old killed in 'stand your
ground' shooting in front of their children tearfully describes how Florida
gunman who killed her partner picked the fight
·Markeis McGlockton, 28, was shot and killed
during an argument over a handicap parking space in Clearwater, Florida, on
·Glockton's girlfriend Britany Jacobs spoke
with Good Morning America Monday
·The mother broke down in tears as she spoke
about witnessing the shooting with her three young children
·She said the gunman Michael Drejka, 47, had
been looking for a fight
·Surveillance footage shows McGlockton coming
to Jacobs' defense and shoving Drejka to the ground
·Drejka pulled out his legally-carried handgun
and fired single shot while down
·The gunman will not be facing charges because
of Florida's 'stand your ground' self-defense law
girlfriend of a man who was shot and killed during a heated row over a
handicapped parking space in Florida last week has called for justice in the
father's death in a new interview.
McGlockton, 28, was shot in front of his girlfriend Britany Jacobs and the
couple's three young children on Thursday afternoon after gunman Michael Drejka
picked a fight with the mother for parking in a handicap spot without
Jacobs described how the argument over proper
parking etiquette took a deadly turn in an emotional interview with Good Morning
America on Monday.
wanted somebody to be angry at. He just wanted someone to fight him,' Jacobs
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Britany Jacobs, whose boyfriend was shot and killed during an argument
over a parking space in Florida, appeared on Good Morning America Monday and
called for justice
Markeis McGlockton, 28, was shot and killed after shoving a man to the
ground in the dispute outside a convenience store in Clearwater, Florida, on
Jacobs and the couple's three young children, two shown above, witnessed
the fatal shooting
Surveillance footage from the convenience store shows the deadly parking
and the couple's five-year-old son were inside the convenience store when
Drejka approached Jacobs, who was sitting in the car with her infant and
picking a fight. I'm just sitting, waiting for my family to come back to the
car,' she said.
mother said she started feeling 'scared' as the argument quickly escalated.
this time a witness pulls up and everybody hears us going back and forth with
one another. [The witness] let the owner know that there was somebody out
there messing with a woman in a car,' she said.
hears what's going on, sees the guy yelling at me and I'm sitting in the car.
My man is defending me and his children, so he pushes him down.'
guy is on the ground and he pulls the gun out. My dude steps back 'cause my
dude is fearing for his life - all of us were.'
seconds of pulling the gun, Drejka fired a shot directly into McGlockton's
is panicking, my son is screaming, but it was too late,' she said. 'It's hard
for a four- or five-year-old to witness what he saw. It's really tough for
Jacobs broke down in tears describing the horror of having her son
witness his father's death
Jacobs is pictured with the 28-year-old pronounced dead at a hospital
after the shooting
stumbled back into the store and fought for his life for the next 30 minutes,
but was later pronounced dead at a hospital.
a good man and all he was trying to do was protect his family,' Jacobs
want justice. I need something to be done because this is not right.'
has been cleared by police because of Florida's 'stand your ground' law, which
authorizes deadly force in self-defense with no duty to retreat from an
shooting 'is within the bookends of stand your ground and within the bookends
of force being justified,' Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said at a
press conference Friday.
matter how you slice it or dice it that was a violent push to the ground.
told deputies that he had to shoot to defend himself. Those are the facts and
that's the law. I'm not saying I agree with it, but I don't make that
remained on the scene until police arrived and was confirmed to have a
concealed carry license.
owner of the Circle-A Food Store WFTS that Drejka had assaulted customers in
the store’s parking lot before.
who frequents the store, Rich Kelly, claimed Drejka picked a fight with him
over a parking spot about a month ago, calling him racial slurs and threatening
to kill him.
Drejka is seen gesturing to the empty spaces as he scolds Jacobs for
parking in a handicapped spot without the proper tags
McGlockton turns and stumbles back inside the store as Drejka trains the
gun at him
The owner of the convenience store, pictured, said Drejka has harassed
customers in the parking lot before
Cops raid a
North Carolina daycare center and find more than 100lbs of marijuana, cocaine,
heroin and GUNS
·Police raided a daycare in Fayetteville,
North Carolina, on Tuesday and seized a massive stash of marijuana, cocaine,
heroin, cash and firearms
·They also found cookies and gummy bears laced
·Daycare owners Reshod J Everett and Victoria
L Everett have been arrested
·The bust was part of a months-long drug
·Alvin Davis III, 27, was also arrested in
connection with the investigation
massive stash of marijuana, cocaine and heroin has been seized from a daycare
in North Carolina, authorities say.
police raided Tori's Playhouse on Tuesday and found cookies and gummy bears
laced with marijuana along with six guns, 100lbs of pot, more than a half kilo
of cocaine and an ounce of heroin.
couple that ran the daycare, Reshod J Everett and Victoria L Everett, have been
arrested on drug charges along with a third person, 27-year-old Alvin
Police raided a daycare in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Tuesday and
seized a massive stash of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, cash and firearms
The owners of Tori's Playhouse, Reshod J Everett, left, and Victoria L
Everett, right, have been arrested and are each facing multiple drug
No children were present at the daycare during the raid, according to
said officers waited until all of the children at the center had gone home
before carrying out the raid.
don't have any information that would lead up to believe any children got their
hands on an of this stuff at all,' Lt Douglas Nicolosi said.
has overseen the Fayetteville Police Department's Gang Unit's investigation,
which began several months ago and is ongoing.
reportedly returned to the home Thursday night to conduct a follow-up
the 36-hour bust police seized more than 300 pounds of marijuana, 10 firearms,
$70,000 in cash and an Audi Q7 SUV.
Alvin Davis III, 27, was also arrested in connection with the
investigation on Monday
Everett has been charged with trafficking in marijuana by possession,
trafficking in marijuana by manufacturing, trafficking in cocaine by
manufacturing, conspiring to traffic in cocaine, maintaining a dwelling for
keeping and selling a controlled substance, trafficking in heroin by
possession, trafficking in heroin by manufacturing, possession with intent to
sell and deliver marijuana and conspiracy to traffic heroin.
being held at Cumberland County Detention Center under $430,000 bond.
Everett is charged with trafficking in marijuana by possession, trafficking in
heroin by possession, trafficking in heroin by manufacturing, possession with
intent to sell and deliver marijuana, maintaining a dwelling for keeping and
selling a controlled substance and conspiracy to traffic in heroin.
also being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center under $287,000
was also arrested Monday in connection with the investigation and is facing two
counts of trafficking marijuana, two counts of trafficking cocaine, two counts
of conspiracy to trafficking, maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances,
maintaining a vehicle for controlled substances and carrying a concealed
not immediately clear if or how he is related to the couple.
Across the 36-hour bust police seized more than 300 pounds of marijuana,
10 firearms, $70,000 in cash and an Audi Q7 SUV
Last Sunday, a 59-year-old
woman on the West Side of Chicago was killed by a would-be carjacker. The felon
walked up to the driver’s side of the car, which was being driven by a
71-year-old man, and pulled his gun. The senior citizen refused to surrender
the vehicle and kept driving. The would-be carjacker opened fire at the car,
striking the woman in the head and killing her.
The night before, on the
South Side, a Chicago officer killed a 37-year-old man whom the officer’s
patrol partners had observed behaving in a manner suggesting that he was
carrying a gun. The officers tried to question Harith Augustus, and he appeared
to pull something from his wallet, according to police body-camera footage,
possibly his firearms owner-identification card. One officer tried to grab
Augustus (the police report said that he became combative), but he pulled away
and ran into the street, where he appeared to reach for the gun holstered on
his right hip. One of the officers opened fire and killed him. Augustus’s gun
was recovered at the scene.
True to script, the
officer-involved shooting sparked violent street anarchy on Saturday night,
instigated by Black Lives Matter, the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and
Political Repression, and other anti-cop activist groups. Protesters threw
rocks and bottles, some filled with urine, at officers. Four officers were
injured. Chants included “How do you spell racist? CPD [Chicago Police
Department],” and “Murderers.” Protests have continued, drawing intense local
media and political attention. “This department is racist . . . and we’re tired
of it,” said one of the organizers.
There were no protests
against the taking of the carjacking victim’s life. Carjackings have nearly
tripled in Chicago since 2015, averaging two per day in 2017 and close to that
in 2018. In August 2016, officers tried to pull over a car involved in an
earlier carjacking; someone inside the car opened fire and hit one of the
officers in the face. The shooter was on parole for attempted armed robbery. In
January 2017, a teen carjacker ambushed a 34-year-old mother in an alleyway
where she had been parking her car. His initial blow to her head with his gun
was so severe that it temporarily blinded her. “Quit trying to kick back, you
white bitch,” the assailant said as he pistol-whipped her. Before the
attack, the mother had noticed a van suspiciously idling in the alleyway, but
decided to continue about her business, likely second-guessing herself about
“racial profiling.” In March 2017, a man with a gun forced a 24-year-old woman
into the trunk of her car and raced it around the South Side until crashing
into a tree. In August 2017, a 28-year-old entrepreneur and student was fatally
shot in his car when he refused to hand it over to the carjacker. In November
2017, a pair of thugs accosted an 88-year-old man and stole his Lincoln at
gunpoint. They almost immediately crashed into a semitrailer truck and
retaining wall; one of the two felons died in the crash.
In the first six months of
2018, more than 60 children under 15 have been shot in Chicago. In June alone,
an 11-year-old boy was shot in the head; a 12-year-old girl was killed as she
was carrying her baby cousin; and a 14-year-old boy was gunned down by a
passing car. Black Lives Matter activists have nothing to say about this
violence because it does not involve police officers. Officer-involved
shootings are a minute fraction of Chicago’s ongoing carnage—in 2016, they made
up 0.5 percent of all shootings in the city. The foot patrol that accosted
Augustus was in the neighborhood—the CPD’s Third District—because the local
alderman, residents, and business owners had requested greater police
protection. The area had seen an increase in open-air drug deals. So far this
year, there have been 69 shootings in the Third District, a little under a
dozen a month, 15 of them fatal. A witness reported to the Chicago Sun-Times that Augustus was selling
“loosies”—single untaxed cigarettes—a practice that shop owners loathe for its
contribution to an atmosphere of street lawlessness.
Black Lives Matter has
thankfully lost its sounding board in the White House. But at the local level, away
from the Resistance-obsessed national media radar screen, its anti-cop poison
continues to distort policing and police-community relations. It is a tragedy
for Augustus’s family and acquaintances that he lost his life; the shooting
must be thoroughly investigated. If any tactical changes are needed to lessen
the risk that a police encounter escalates into the use of lethal force, they
should be implemented through rigorous hands-on training. But the officers were
right to approach an apparently armed man, especially given the area’s record
of shootings. Such proactive policing has dropped precipitously in Chicago,
resulting in a sharp rise in violent crime since 2014. (Law professors Paul
Cassell and Richard Fowles empirically connect the drop in stops to rising
crime in this 2018 paper.)
The anti-cop violence
against the CPD for a shooting that, though deeply unfortunate, appears to be
justified will further lessen officers’ willingness to intervene in suspicious
behavior. A Chicago detective told me, in the wake of Saturday’s violence:
“Those who care about law enforcement and a civil society cannot win against
willful blindness and straight-up lies. This is an open civil war that goes
quite beyond Chicago.” The demoralization of law enforcement continues, and it
is the law-abiding residents of high-crime areas who will continue paying the
accused of letting men rape her daughter, TWO, who then got an STD and was left
with meth in system
·Azzie Watson, 25, a mother-of-two from
Missouri, charged with child abuse and endangerment
·Watson was arrested after allegedly
confessing on a recording that she repeatedly took her two-year-old daughter to
be raped by two men
·Watson told her boyfriend, who made the
recording, that she watched the sexual assaults
·Toddler later tested positive for an STD and
also had methamphetamine in her system
·Both the girl and her one-year-old brother
were found to have foreign metal objects lodged in their feet
PUBLISHED: 10:00 EDT, 18 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:30 EDT, 18 July
mother from Missouri has been charged with letting men repeatedly rape her
two-year-old daughter, who then contracted a sexually transmitted disease.
Watson, 25, of Independence, was charged on Tuesday with child abuse and
endangerment. Her bond was set at $75,000.
to court documents, Watson's boyfriend recorded the mother-of-two talking
about repeatedly taking her eldest daughter to a house where the toddler was
raped by two men about five times.
says on the recording that she watched the sexual assaults and called herself
Monstrous charges: Azzie Watson, 25, is accusing of allowing two men to
rape her two-year-old daughter five times as she watched
disturbing case began unfolding on June 29, when police were called to a
hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, for a report of a rape, according to Kansas City Star.
at the hospital, police were handed the recording of Watson's alleged
confession, leading to her arrest on an unrelated charge of failure to appear
documents say when interviewed by detectives in jail last week, Watson claimed
that what she said in the recording was a lie because she was scared of her
informed the mother-of-two that her two-year-old daughter tested positive for
an STD and also had methamphetamine in her system.
Detectives informed the mother-of-two (left and right) that her
two-year-old daughter tested positive for an STD and also had methamphetamine
in her system
Watson, pictured above in an old mugshot, has been charged
with child abuse and endangerment
the little girl and her one-year-old brother were also found to have foreign
metal objects lodged in their feet, apparently from walking barefoot inside
their mother's home littered with debris.
said she did not know how her daughter contracted a sexually transmitted
her children's have been living with a foster parent since June, and it was the
siblings' caregiver who took them to the hospital on June 29 after the
two-year-old girl, who never met her father, told the woman as she was changing
her diaper, 'Daddy hurt me.'
no additional suspects have been arrested in connection to the child's
Donald Trump’ Rapper YG Charged with Felony Robbery
Vegas police tell us … the incident went down in late May at the
Cosmopolitan around 4 AM, after a man approached YG and asked for a pic but was
turned away by his crew. We’re told the guy told YG he’s not a real celeb … and
casino’s surveillance footage shows YG retaliating by yanking a chain off his
the chain fell to the ground, and YG is then seen on video picking up the necklace pendant — valued somewhere
between $3,000 and $9,000 — before taking off.
The crooner —
whose real name is Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson — made headline during the 2016
presidential campaign with the release of his hit song “Fuck Donald Trump.”
The 28-year-old led a crowd of more than 20,000 fans singing the
anti-Trump anthem at the Coachella Music Festival in April 2016.
He launched the “Fuck Donald Trump”
Tour in August ’16 and gave away free “Fuck Donald
Trump” bagels to California voters on Election Day.
His arrest comes just days after anti-Trump pop superstar Chris Brown was arrested in Florida Thursday
following a concert for an outstanding warrant for felony battery. Follow Jerome
Hudson on Twitter: @jeromeehudson
moment Brooklyn teens shoot fireworks at an elderly man wearing his pajamas in
·Cops are investigating after a group of men
launched a series of blazing fireworks at a man in Crown Heights this week
causing mayhem in the streets
·Video posted on Instagram shows a person
sending a barrage of incendiary projectiles directly at an elderly man
·The blazing incident took place on Nostrand
Avenue in Brooklyn
·Police are trying to identify the men seen in
the video to order to face charges
Jordan Hill, 20,
was sentenced Thursday to eight years imprisonment after pleading guilty
to aggravated kidnapping and a hate crime — bringing more closure to a
disturbing Chicago ordeal that made national headlines after it was streamed
live over Facebook.
CITYRight Cause, Wrong Target
A misguided protest in Chicago
blames the city’s rampant violent crime on inadequate social spending.
The Windy City saw 437 murders in 2010, according to the Chicago Tribune.
For the next five years, murders fluctuated between 415 and 503; then 2016 saw
a huge spike, to 792 murders, which edged down in 2017 to
670 slayings. Over the same period, according to
the National Center for Education Statistics, per-pupil education spending in Chicago
increased and remained well above the national median. Expenditures per pupil
for Chicago public schools during the 2010 fiscal year totaled $11,596 (16
percent higher than the U.S. median of $9,989 that year). By the 2014-15 school year (the most recent year
for which data is available), that number was up to $13,784 (30 percent higher
than the 2015 U.S. median of $10,556 per pupil).
The employment picture in Chicago, both generally and for
blacks, who account for a disproportionate share of the violent crime in
Chicago’s troubled neighborhoods, has likewise improved. As
the Tribunereported in
May, citing a University of Illinois study, the “alarmingly high rate of young
black men and women in Chicago who are neither working nor in school dropped
markedly between 2014 and 2016”—a period during which murders in Chicago nearly
doubled, going from 415 to 792. The drop in unemployment among young
black men was almost 20 percent.
Violent crime is only loosely associated with socioeconomic
factors like poverty, employment, and education spending. In The Rise and Fall of Violent
Crime in America, criminologist Barry Latzer describes a “divergence
between socioeconomic disadvantage and crime,” as illustrated in part by the
fact that “violent crime
. . . is not, by and large, motivated by economic issues. Murder and assault
are in the main precipitated by anger, sexual jealousy, perceived
insults.” The Tribune’s
Dahleen Glanton echoed this point in a column penned
during the city’s 2016 murder spike. “There are impoverished communities in
every city and town in America,” she wrote, “but residents aren’t going around
shooting each other to death at the rate we are in Chicago.”
Pfleger’s social-media posts blame the city’s crime problem on a
lack of government spending for jobs and education. The
real problem is that Chicago consistently fails to incapacitate its criminal
class; when the cops catch a bad guy, the city often lets him right out. For
instance, on June 27, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) arrested Cortez Byrd,
a felon, for, among other things, unlawfully using a weapon. But a look into
the city’s arrest database shows that Byrd, just 19, was
arrested a year earlier for aggravated unlawful use of a loaded firearm. On the
same date, the CPD arrested Joseph Ryan on a gun charge. Ryan’s record shows
six prior arrests, on charges ranging from possession of a stolen vehicle and
drugs to property destruction and being a fugitive from justice. In April, the
CPD posted photos on Facebook of drugs and several firearms (including a
sub-machine gun) recovered during the arrest of Kendrell McCurry. Twelve days
later, McCurry was arrested for dealing cannabis; he was arrested yet again two
weeks afterward on the same charge. McCurry’s CPD record shows seven arrests
since 2014—two for gun possession.
Spending more money on social programs won’t affect the crime rate
when offenders get second, third, and fourth
chances. If Pfleger and his band of protesters
are serious about addressing the senseless shootings claiming so many lives in
Chicago, they should indeed demand more accountability—not from Chicago’s
social-welfare bureaucracy, but from the city’s criminal class.
a University of Pennsylvania law professor, has come under attack and scathing
criticism because she dared criticize the school's racial preferences program.
In an interview with Brown University economist Glenn Loury, discussing
affirmative action, Wax mentioned how racial preferences hinder the ability of
blacks to succeed academically by admitting them into schools at which they are
in over their heads academically. At UPenn's seventh-ranked law school, Wax
said, she doesn't think that she has ever seen a black law student graduate in
the top quarter of his class, and "rarely" is a black student in the
her into deep trouble. UPenn students and faculty members charged her with
racism. UPenn Law School Dean Ted Ruger stripped Wax of her duty of teaching
her mandatory first-year class on civil procedures. I'm guessing that UPenn's
law faculty members know Wax's statement is true but think it was something
best left unsaid in today's racially charged climate. Ruger might have refuted
Wax's claim. He surely has access to student records. He might have listed the
number of black law students who were valedictorians and graduated in the top
10 percent of their class. He rightfully chose not to -- so as to not provide
evidence for Wax's claim.
suggests that Wax is absolutely right about academic mismatch. In the early
1990s, the Law School Admission Council collected 27,000 law student records,
representing nearly 90 percent of accredited law schools. The study found that
after the first year, 51 percent of black law students ranked in the bottom
tenth of their class, compared with 5 percent of white students. Two-thirds of
black students were in the bottom fifth of their class. Only 10 percent of
blacks were in the top half of their class. Twenty-two percent of black
students in the LSAC database hadn't passed the bar exam after five attempts,
compared with 3 percent of white test takers.
University of Pennsylvania controversy highlights something very important to
black people and the nation. The K-12 education that most blacks receive is
grossly fraudulent. Most predominately black schools are costly yet grossly
inferior to predominately white schools and are in cities where blacks hold
considerable political power, such as Baltimore, Detroit, Chicago and
Philadelphia. In these and other cities, it's not uncommon for there to be high
schools where less than 17 percent of the students test proficient in reading,
and often not a single student in such schools tests proficient in math.
Nonetheless, many receive high school diplomas.
inconceivable that college administrators are unaware that they are admitting
students who are ill-prepared and have difficulty performing at the college
level. There's no way that four or five years of college can repair the
academic damage done to black students throughout their 13 years of primary and
secondary education. Partial proof is black student performance at the
postgraduate level, such as in law school. Their disadvantage is exaggerated
when they are admitted to prestigious Ivy League law schools. It's as if you
asked a trainer to teach you how to box and the first fight he got you was with
Anthony Joshua or Floyd Mayweather. You might have the potential to ultimately
be a good boxer, but you're going to get your brains beaten out before you
learn how to bob and weave.
that black students have low class rankings at such high-powered law schools as
UPenn doesn't mean that they are stupid or uneducable. It means that they've
been admitted to schools where they are in over their heads. To admit these
students makes white liberals feel better about themselves. It also helps
support the jobs of black and white university personnel in charge of diversity
and inclusion. The question for black people is whether we can afford to have
the best of our youngsters demeaned, degraded and possibly destroyed to make
white liberals feel better about themselves. You might ask, "Williams,
without affirmative action, what would the University of Pennsylvania Law
School do about diversity and inclusion?" I'd say that's UPenn's problem.
Children Injured in Boise Mass Stabbing Attack, Suspect Arrested
A knife-wielding attacker left nine people,
including six children, injured in an apartment complex in Boise, Idaho,
that is home to many refugees. At least four of the victims sustained
life-threatening injuries. The suspect, who was reportedly a resident of the
apartment complex and not a refugee, is in custody, police say.
Police Department officers responded to what they called the worst stabbing
incidents in the Idaho capital city’s history. They found nine people in the
parking lot and inside the apartment complex who had been stabbed, KBOI reported. Police Chief William Bones
said some of the injured residents included members of the city’s refugee
have not released a motive for the attack. However officers arrested Timmy
Kinner, a 30-year-old black male from Los Angeles, a few blocks away from
the scene, IdahoNews CBS2 reported.
Six children and three adults
received injuries during the attack that occurred Saturday night, the local CBS
affiliate reported. Police have charged Kinner with six counts of felony injury
to a child and nine counts of aggravated battery. Officials said Kinner is not
a refugee. He is reported to be a “temporary resident” of the apartments and
had been asked to leave on Friday.
Boise Mayor Dave Bieter
responded to the attack. “Last night’s horrific attack does not represent
Boise,” the mayor said in a written statement. “Please join me in praying for
the injured and their families. We must come together to condemn this vile
incident began shortly before 8:45 p.m. Saturday night, KOMONews reported. Police reportedly found
Kinner a few blocks away from the apartment complex, but the knife has not yet
“You can imagine this is a very tight-knit community here in this apartment
complex. The attack had a devastating effect on the people,” Boise Police Chief
Bill Bones told reporters Saturday night. “We haven’t had anything
involving this amount of victims in a single attack in Boise in the history of
the department. Obviously, it’s something you hope never comes to your city.”
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accused of starving 10-year-old girl to death then burning her body in a trash
can refuses lawyer and says she is relying on God to get her through trial
·Tiffany Moss, 35, is accused of murdering her
stepdaughter Emani in 2013
·Emani's 32lb body was found in a trash can at
their home in Gwinnett, Georgia
·She died from starvation and had not eaten
anything for two weeks
·Her father Eman has already pleaded guilty to
her murder but Tiffany is awaiting trial
·This week, she shocked judges by deciding to
represent herself at trial
·If convicted of murder, she faces the death
accused of starving her 10-year-old stepdaughter to death then burning her body
in a trash can has decided not to get a lawyer and is facing trial on her own
because she believes God is on her side.
Moss, 35, is accused of murdering her stepdaughter Emani in 2013
in Gwinnett, Georgia.
child's charred remains were found in a trash can at the apartment complex
where she lived with her father Eman after he called 911 threatening to kill
weighed just 32lbs when she died and had not eaten for two
Tiffany Moss, 35, has decided not to use a lawyer and will rely on
divine intervention when she goes on trial for the murder of her stepdaughter
Emani (right) who died in 2013
Emani's emaciated body was found burned in this trash can outside her
Georgia apartment in 2013
father pleaded guilty to murder last year and will testify against his wife as
part of his plea agreement.
sentenced to life without parole instead of execution.
week, she shocked judges and lawyers by refusing an attorney and announcing
that she wanted to enter trial representing herself.
Published at 4:47
AM EDT on Jun 28, 2018 | Updated 21 minutes ago
Duo Knocks Man Out in
NYC, Take Pictures of Him Unconscious
A man was left in a
street after a punch knocked him out, leaving him behind for people to pick his
pockets and take pictures of him. Katherine Creag reports. (Published 5 hours
Teen Says He Was Bystander, Claims Cops Kicked, Punched Him
WHAT TO KNOW
·Cops are hunting a pair of men who they say sucker-punched a man
in the Bronx and took his picture while he was unconscious in the street
·Other people, cops claim, saw the man and picked his pockets,
stealing his cellphone and ID
·The 37-year-old victim was taken to an area hospital, where he is
in critical condition; he is suffering from a fractured skull
man was left in a Bronx street in the middle of the day after a brutal punch
knocked him out, leaving him behind for people to pick his pockets and take
pictures of him while he's unconscious, authorities say.
say two attackers walked up to the 37-year-old man last Monday morning in the
area of Aqueduct Avenue and Buchanan Place in University Heights. One of the
suspects wound up and delivered a knockout blow on the victim, who then fell to
the ground in the middle of the intersection.
man admitted Thursday to killing two Roman Catholic nuns and pleaded guilty to
murder in an agreement that would avoid the death penalty.
Earl Sanders, 48, made the pleas to two counts of murder in state court in
Lexington - just blocks away from where Sisters Margaret Held and Paula Merrill
had worked as nurse practitioners in a medical clinic.
County Circuit Judge Jannie Lewis gave Sanders two life without parole
sentences, plus 30 more years for burglary and car theft.
stabbed to death Held and Merrill, both 69, in the home they shared in nearby
Durant in 2016.
Rodney Earl Sanders, 48, pleaded guilty to stabbing two nuns to
death in 2016
Sisters Margaret Held and Paula Merrill, both 68, were found dead in
their Durant, Mississippi home in 2016
pleaded guilty Thursday to burglarizing the house and stealing Held's
was indicted for raping both women, but did not admit guilt on those charges
hand and foot in a loosely fitting orange jail jumpsuit, Sanders stood at times
with his arms crossed before the judge. Lewis at times had to ask him to speak
was a resident of Kosciusko, but had been temporarily staying in a shed across
the street from the sisters in Durant.
told investigators he went through the back door of the sisters' home,
uninvited. He said Merrill saw him first before a struggle took place with both
women, an investigator testified in 2016.
filings indicate DNA consistent with Sanders was found under the fingernails of
at least one of the women. Prosecutors also say Sanders raped both women.
Bureau of Investigation agent LeCarus Oliver testified in 2016 that Sanders
confessed, telling officers that after stabbing the women, 'he washed himself
up because his hands were sticky.'
said the state also had forensic evidence and eyewitness testimony linking
Sanders to the crime.
was a member of the School Sisters of St. Francis, based in Milwaukee. Merrill
was a member of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky.
motive for the crime has never been clear.
this day, we continued to ask ourselves about Sister Paula and Sister
Margaret's last hours and minutes - how, and especially why,' Sister Susan
Gatz, president of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, told the judge.
The long-time friends and colleagues dedicated their lives to religion
and their jobs as nurse practitioners at a health clinic
In this August 2016, file photo, a photograph showing Sisters
Margaret Held, left, of the School Sisters of St. Francis, and Paula Merrill,
of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth
orders and the sisters' relatives have opposed the death penalty for Sanders
because it contradicts Catholic teaching.
family is morally and ethically opposed to the death penalty, as were Paula and
Margaret,' said Rosemarie Merrill, Paula Merrill's sister.
Merrill told the judge she was 'relieved' that Sanders would spend the rest of
his life in prison, but also said she had prayed for him and his family every
day since his arrest.
other called for Sanders to repent and try to reform his life in prison.
of Held and Merrill, as well as other members of their religious orders, filled
rows of benches in the courtroom Thursday. Some clenched their eyes shut as
Malone-Oliver read the charges against Sanders before he pleaded guilty.
Sanders, the wife of Rodney Sanders, was one of Sanders' few friends in the
among those who spoke to the court was Sister Mary Walz, one of three new
Catholic sisters who have moved into Held and Merrill's house to minister in
social worker and a member of the Daughters of Charity, said she never met Held
or Merrill, but felt like she knew them from meeting their former patients.
knew the sisters cared for them and took a personal interest in their
well-being,' Walz said. 'I feel certain that their last breath, conscious or
not, was a prayer of forgiveness for Rodney.'
The Violent Life and Shocking Death of XXXTentacion
Jahseh Onfroy, better known as the
artist XXXTentacion, purposefully collapsed the real-life pain he wrought on
others into his artistic persona. He was killed on Monday.
by Matias J. Ocner / TNS / ZUMA
On Monday, an eyewitness video obtained by TMZ circulated on
social media, showing Jahseh Onfroy, better known as the artist XXXTentacion,
slumped in the driver’s seat of his black BMW outside of a motorcycle
dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office
confirmed that Onfroy had been shot in broad daylight. He was confirmed dead at
a local hospital a short while later. The killers made off with a Louis Vuitton
bag. (On Wednesday night a twenty-two-year-old suspect was arrested and charged
with first-degree murder.)
lived his short life chaotically, violently. And his jagged
which enraptured millions, sprang nakedly from that violence. Usually, when
musicians die as young and as tragically as Onfroy, they are the subject of
hagiography. We lament the beauty gone, think forlornly of the future art the
cruel present has stolen. The death of Onfroy and that of Lil Peep, in November
of last year, are alarming signs of the recklessness governing the new-money
life styles of certain young Internet celebrities, who are the inheritors of
America’s dangerous crises of mental health, drug abuse, and masculinity. But
reflecting on Onfroy’s legacy also requires a frank confrontation with the
malignity he inflicted.
born in Plantation, Florida, in 1998, and raised in Broward County, primarily
by his grandmother. His mother was a teen-ager when she had him, and she drifted
in and out of his life, bringing lavish gifts and leaving sizable voids. Onfroy
said, in an interview with the podcast “No Jumper,” in 2016, that he would
instigate fights in grade school as a ploy to get her attention. In a recent
interview with the Miami NewTimes, he told the reporter Tarpley Hittthat his mother once gave him
permission to retaliate against a female classmate who was hitting him as a
form of juvenile flirtation. In response, he “slapped the shit out of her and
kneed her.” Onfroy said that his mom was surprised; she “realized how seriously
I took her.” Later, he would get her name—Cleopatra—tattooed on his chest.
spent his late childhood and adolescence in and out of juvenile-detention
centers, for charges ranging from robbery to assault. He spent the rest of his
time in the basements and studios of friends, where he assembled the scraps and
fragments of his psyche into paeans to disaffection, to his depression, to
Xanax and the numbing it brought, and to women, whom he viewed as devourers of
his soul. (“Only time I feel pain, when I’m feelin’ love.”) He started
uploading music to SoundCloud, in 2013. His early songs were howls, his rapping
agile but his voice cracked; the production was bruised and unpolished. Onfroy
seemed to add to his catalogue impulsively. By the time of his death, he’d made
loosies, mixtapes, a smattering of features, and two albums, including “?,”
which débuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts.
ranks of the SoundCloud rap generation, there are pranksters, heartthrobs, and
dilettantes, but Onfroy clawed to the surface as the genre’s wretched bard. He
stalked the shadows of metal and emo and punk rock, and fleeced rap of its
devotion to materialism, focussing instead, obsessively, on existential crisis.
There wasn’t a dark thought that he kept hidden. He unleashed a tremulous
bombardment of pessimism, occasionally interrupted by feral gestures of
overwhelming helplessness. “Here is my pain and thoughts put into words. I put
my all into this, in the hopes that it will help cure or at least numb your depression,”
he speaks, on the introduction to his first album, “17.” He peddled the
seductive notion that depression is license to hurt people, perhaps because it
was his own personal justification. He wrote ditties threatening suicide if a
partner left him, which I would hear blasting from cars on my block. Throughout
his music, there are presages to an early death.
purposefully collapsed the real-life pain he wrought on others into his
artistic persona. The art for “Look At Me!,” a breakout single, featured one of
his mugshots. It climbed the charts while he was in jail on charges of false
imprisonment, witness tampering, and the assault and battery of a pregnant
woman, his former girlfriend. (When she established a GoFundMe campaign for an
operation to fix her broken orbital socket, people calling themselves
XXXTentacion fans targeted her until the Web site temporarily shut it down.) To
promote his music on “No Jumper,” Onfroy bragged about beating a gay peer at a
detention center until they were both covered in blood. XXXTentacion lived his
art, which some would call a mark of authenticity. He was admired by J.
advocated for by Kendrick Lamar, whose label, TDE, threatened to
remove its music from Spotify when the service briefly stopped promoting
XXXTentacion on its playlists as part of its policy against hateful conduct.
Many artists have memorialized him in recent days, including Kanye West, whose own new album, “Ye,” includes disturbing musings (“I
thought about killing you”) that sound influenced by XXXTentacion. Onfroy’s
victims are sacrifices, the thinking goes, on the pyre of raw art. The
immaturity is part and parcel of the genius. The only unforgivable thing would
be to be a hypocrite.
remembrances of Onfroy in recent days, some have argued that, however grossly
misguided his behavior, he provided his listeners with invaluable solace and
understanding. Even that is a simplification. He could be strangely encouraging,
uploading inspirational homilies to fans he knew were struggling with issues of
mental health, which his followers have clung to in the days since his death.
(“If I’m gonna die or ever be a sacrifice, I want to make sure that my life
made at least five million kids happy,” he said in an Instagram Live video
posted late last year.) But he could also be despotic. At the Rolling Loud
Festival in California, in 2017, he beat one fan with a microphone. On
Instagram, he taunted people who challenged him about domestic violence. Last
year, in an episode of particularly cruel chicanery, he uploaded a video in
which he appeared to be hanging himself from a tree, sparking an online panic.
His fans, sometimes out of ignorance, but most often, I think, out of
desperation, loved him. They propped him up, voting him to the XXL Freshman
List of 2017.
counted myself lucky to have grown up before XXXTentacion’s vicious ironies,
knowing that as a teen-ager I may well have been enthralled by his lazy groans
on tracks like “Moonlight.” But how much better did the teen
idols of older generations really treat us? Music fandom is a passion that discourages
rational thinking, and some artists take advantage of that. The fans do the
rest. (On Tuesday, Onfroy’s former girlfriend posted a message on Instagram
saying that she had been driven out of a vigil for him in Florida.) I am not
sure that it is fruitful to patrol how people will remember XXXTentacion. If
Onfroy is made a saint, he will join a pantheon that is plenty confused
already. If people stomp on his name, I understand. Last October, he’d signed a
new deal for a reported six million dollars. He died on the brink of something.
We just don’t know what.
"I HATE WHITE PEOPLE" WOMAN SAYS, THEN ATTACKS