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    (Black) Father arrested after putting his 2-year-old daughter in plastic bag at N.J. motel, police say
Lamar S. Waller, A father who placed a his 2-year-old daughter in a plastic bag Saturday at a North Plainfield motel has been arrested, authorities announced Monday. Lamar S. Waller, 27, of North Plainfield was charged with attempted murder and endangering the welfare of a child, according to a joint statement from the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and the North Plainfield Police.

An investigation revealed that Waller, who has no permanent address but was staying at the unidentified motel, was seen on surveillance footage in the hallway of the motel carrying the girl in a plastic bag and then placing it front of another room, the office said. Minutes later, he retrieved the bag with his daughter still inside tried to return his room, but was confronted by other family members of the baby, including her mother who was able to save her by ripping open the bag and starting CPR, police said.

Witnesses saw the incident unfold and called the police, who responded to the motel and found Waller holding his daughter, who was unresponsive but had a pulse with “visible mucus coming from the nose and mouth,” the statement said.




    Scruffy (Black) Charles Baker Facing Rape Charge
black suspect Police responded to a reported rape shortly after midnight on Saturday, and spoke to the victim. She told police she had been raped by Charles Baker, 61. She said she had gotten to his residence a few hours earlier, and had planned to help him with some errand the next morning. The victim said she went to the spare bedroom a few minutes after arriving so she could sleep for the night. She told police she was fully dressed and alone when she fell asleep. She said she woke up “suddenly with her body rocking,” and Baker was on top of her with her pants pulled down to her knees.

She told police the sex was non-consensual, and that she had to turn to her side to get Baker off her. She said Baker did not have a condom on. When she asked why he did that, she said he replied by saying “I (expletive)-ed up.” She said Baker took the victim to her own residence and then fled to another unknown location.




    (Unknown black) R&B artist "Trey Songz" arrested at some sports event




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    (BLACK) 'Worst Cooks In America' Winner And Husband Arrested In Death of Adopted (WHITE) Daughter
Ariel and Jerry Robinson  Victoria Rose Smith A woman who won first place on the Food Network’s “Worst Cooks In America” has been charged along with her husband with the death of a 3-year-old girl in South Carolina this week. Ariel Robinson, 29, and her husband Jerry Robinson, 34, were charged with homicide by child abuse in the death of their adopted daughter on Tuesday.

On Jan. 14, police found an unresponsive child at the couple’s home in Simpsonville, South Carolina, WHNS reported. The little girl died as a result of several blunt force injuries, according to a medical examiner. She was identified as Victoria Smith, according to the Greenville station. Ariel Robinson appeared on the latest season of the cable channel’s “Worst Cooks In America,” according to TMZ. The South Carolina mother won $25,000 after beating out a number of other amateur chefs on the show, which takes people with poor cooking skills through a culinary boot camp. She claimed the money would go towards her family and three adopted children.

“I just know that the Lord had his hands on me and he had a purpose for me to go on there,” Robinson said over the summer. “He knew we were going through this adoption, we really could use the money and he just let everything work out for our good.” Ariel Robinson also worked as a middle school teacher and was a local comedian. Huggins said Smith stayed with her family for roughly 10 months.

‘She was sweet as could possibly be’: former foster family remembers Victoria ‘Tori’ Rose Smith

Food Network Pulls ‘Worst Cooks In America’ Season 20 After Champion Charged With Child Murder

[NNN forum thread:] White girl, 3 beaten to death: South Carolina allows her to be adopted by negros

(Black-on-White)




    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Suspect in murder, mutilation of Port Huron man arrested in Detroit
Reginald Cu-Nu * Grasty William Orlow PORT HURON, Mich. (WXYZ) — Port Huron police and the United States Marshals Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team made a significant arrest in the murder of 44-year-old William Michael Orlow, who was found dead and dismembered, then stuffed into a non-working freezer on the Grayfox, which is a former Navy vessel. On Wednesday, authorities announced the arrest of Reginald Cu-Nu * Grasty in the case. Grasty was arrested in Detroit on Jan. 19 in the area of Jefferson Avenue and Conner Street.

He's since been lodged at the St. Clair County Intervention Center and faces charges of open murder and disinterment/mutilation of a corpse. Grasty's bond was set at $750,000. In June 2020, police discovered Orlow's body on the former Navy vessel located at 60 Griswold Street. Orlow's death was later ruled a homicide by medical examiners and the cause of death was trauma-related.

On Dec. 10, 2020, an arrest warrant was issued for Reginal Grasty in connection to the murder. He was initially identified as a person of interest in the case. Grasty at one point was a caretaker on the vessel. He's expected in court again on Feb. 2.

Mr. William Orlow - September 19, 1975 - June 23, 2020

[NNN forum thread:] Port Huron, MI WM, 44 dismembered, stuffed into a non-working freezer former Navy vessel by negro

The Port Huron Police Department is asking for the public's help

* Stupid Negro Names

(Black-on-White)




    BLACK-ON-WHITE: (Black) Suspect charged in 2019 St. Petersburg murder of (White) man
Vernon Frith  Jason Carr ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WFLA) – St. Petersburg police have charged a man with first-degree murder in connection to the shooting death of 24-year-old Jason Carr in 2019. Police say, Vernon Frith, 34, admitted to killing Carr on Dec. 9 outside of Carr’s workplace and spoke of other details that were unknown to the public, in a recording obtained by police.

Carr’s mother told 8 On Your Side in 2019 that she had just dropped her son off at work that day, and minutes later found out he was shot. Carr leaves behind an 8-year-old son.

One year later, there were still no arrests after deadly shooting of (White) St. Pete man - December 10, 2020

[NNN forum thread:] WM, 24 shot dead 2019 outside St. Petersburg, FL workplace by the negro

(Black-on-White)




    BLACK-ON-WHITE: SWAT Team Arrests (cold-blooded, black-hearted killer) For Murder Of (White) Store Clerk
Dorian Woodard Jordan Hightower Jordan Hightower ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Police in Arlington have arrested the suspect in the murder of store clerk Jordan Hightower last Sunday. Police Lt. Chris Cook said 18-year-old Dorian Woodard was taken into custody by the department’s SWAT team on Thursday as he was trying to get inside an Uber ride in Arlington. Police credited tipsters for helping in the arrest.

Woodard was charged with one count of capital murder. “We owe a great deal of thanks to tipsters who provided crucial information in the case,” said Arlington Police Chief Al Jones. “I am also thankful for the widespread news coverage of this case by local media, which enabled detectives to receive multiple tips that helped them to identify Mr. Woodard as the gunman who was captured on store surveillance video committing this crime.”

The victim, Hightower, was shot and killed as he worked behind the counter at E-Z Mart on East Bardin Road on the early morning of Sunday, Jan. 17. Police released surveillance images and video of the suspect as he walked into the store. Police said the suspect fired at least eight rounds at the 31-year-old without saying anything, took several items and then fled the scene.

Police said shortly after the shooting, at around 3:30 a.m., two people entered the store and saw Hightower struggling, but they didn’t try to help. “It’s very horrific… the lack of humanity and sanctity of life,” Cook said on Sunday. Another customer walked into the store about an hour and a half later, found Hightower unresponsive and called 911, police said. The 31-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene.

[NNN forum thread:] Arlington, TX WM clerk, 30 fatally shot armed robbery by negro - arrest made

(Black-on-White)




    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Black man charged with murder of a white man in a den of iniquity
Ronald W. Robinson Michael Fromm CROWN POINT — Charges filed Thursday allege an East Chicago man worked with others to rob and kill a Munster man Monday at a suspected drug house in North Hammond. Ronald W. Robinson, 33, was being held Friday without bond on charges of murder, murder in perpetration of robbery and robbery resulting in serious bodily injury.

A Lake Criminal Court magistrate entered not guilty pleas on his behalf during an initial hearing Friday. Robinson told the magistrate he intended to hire a private attorney, court records show. Witnesses told police Michael Fromm arrived at the home with a female prostitute, a large amount of marijuana, cash and crack cocaine, which he shared with others, court records state.

At one point, the group ran out of crack cocaine to smoke, so Fromm sent someone to go buy more, according to court documents. Witnesses told police people in the house went back to smoking crack cocaine and drinking, but later heard a boom and ran out of the house, records state.

Police were dispatched to the house about 10 a.m. and found Fromm facedown in a bedroom in a large pool of blood, records state. Police identified Robinson as a suspect by analyzing surveillance video gathered from the area around the house and information from the city's license plate reader system, records show.

Michael Fromm, age 53 - (gunmemorial)

[NNN forum thread:] WM, 53 shot dead Hammond, IN crack house was target of negro robbery

(Black-on-White)




    BLACK-ON-WHITE: (Black) Man arrested, charged with murder of (white) LGBTQueer-faggot
Michael Harris Jr Bobby Scott VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – A man has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder after a man went missing in Volusia County. According to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Michael Harris Jr., 20, was taken into custody Saturday for the murder of 63-year-old Bobby Scott.

Scott’s HOMO-husband reported him missing after he didn’t come home for an entire day, deputies said. Deputies found Scott’s vehicle in Deland, two days after he was reported missing. Harris, who was in possession of the vehicle, told deputies that Scott loaned it to him Sunday.

“Harris added that he had not had contact with Scott since then,” deputies said. “Detectives then made contact with Scott’s husband who said Scott never loaned his vehicle to anyone.” According to investigators, Scott met Harris via a FAGGOT dating app and the two agreed to meet up Sunday.

“After Scott and Harris met up, Scott was never heard from again,” deputies added. Harris is facing a charge of second-degree murder with a deadly weapon.

“Detectives are actively pursuing all leads in reference to Scott’s missing body,” deputies said.

Missing 63-year-old LGBTQ-xyz man could be in Orlando area, deputies say

[NNN forum thread:] Volusia, FL WM homo, 63 goes missing, deff after meeting the negro on dating app

(Black-on-White)
Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS




    Two blacks commit a deadly home invasion - murder murder David M. Gutierrez-Faust
Devin Hale black suspect Allegheny County police are charging one man with criminal homicide after a home invasion on Jan. 19 led to one man’s death. David M. Gutierrez-Faust, 69 of McKeesport was pronounced dead Saturday afternoon as a result of the injuries he sustained during a home invasion, where 30-year old Devin Hale of Monroeville has been identified as one of the suspects.

Officers responded to a call on Tuesday, Jan 19, where the 9-1-1 caller stated that two Black men had invaded a home in the 2900 block of Grover Street in McKeesport. The caller also told the dispatcher that they believed one person had been strangled. When police arrived, they found Mr. Gutierrez-Faust unresponsive and without a pulse. He was transported to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in critical condition, where he died Saturday as a result of his injuries.

One witness told police that they had heard a knocking on the rear door of the residence and when they answered, a firearm was pointed in their face. The witness identified Mr. Hale as one of the men and said they saw Mr. Hale hit Mr. Gutierrez-Faust in the head and face with a closed fist multiple times and then strangle him, according to the criminal complaint.

The witness also told police that they saw the second suspect — still currently unidentified — reach into Mr. Gutierrez-Faust’s pocket after Mr. Hale had strangled him and take money and crack cocaine. This witness was also assaulted by Mr. Hale, the complaint said.

Man killed in home invasion, one black killer charged




    (Black) Man charged with murder, kidnapping in woman's death
Travon M. Williams Travon M. Williams is charged with first-degree murder and kidnapping in the Jan. 12 shooting death of Linda Gantt, according to Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker. Police responded to reports of gunfire in the 3600 block of Olive. Police found Gantt with gunshot wounds in a vehicle near 45th and Prospect Avenue, and she was later pronounced dead.

Witnesses at the scene told officers an argument had broken out at the original scene. The driver who was in the car with the victim said Williams confronted them and fired shots as they drove away. Williams was taken into custody in Henry County, where officers also recovered the gun they believe was used in the crime. Prosecutors requested a $1 million cash bond.

Prosecutors say Williams also forced another woman to get into a vehicle with him after he fled the shooting.
He later drove to that woman’s grandmother’s home and fired multiple shots into the home. Court records show that Williams was previously convicted in 2019 of involuntary manslaughter.




    (Black) Brothers accused of shooting, killing man running away during drug deal in north Harris County
Keldrick Edwards and Gerry Edwards HOUSTON — A drug deal turned deadly has resulted in the arrest of two brothers, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office. Keldrick Edwards and Gerry Edwards are charged with murder. They're accused of killing a man Jan. 11 at a shopping center on Bissonnet Street in the Alief area.

Investigators said a vehicle pulled into the parking lot, and a short time later, a passenger jumped out and started running. That's when one of the suspects got out of the car and fired at least five shots at the victim, deputies said. It's possible the men had a dispute concerning a marijuana transaction, sheriffs said.

The victim was found dead outside a mechanic shop near Synott and Bissonnet Street when deputies arrived at the scene, according to officers. HCSO said the Edwards were identified as suspects and later taken into custody at an apartment complex on Highland Cross in the Spring area.

Deputies recovered the suspected vehicle, a 2018 black Chevrolet Malibu, marijuana and a pistol at the apartment.




    Deputies arrest (Black) man wanted in Sept. armed robbery
Frank Davis, Jr. ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man in connection with a 2020 package store robbery. Frank Davis, Jr., 47, is charged with armed robbery while armed with a deadly weapon and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, according to deputies.

He became a suspect just a few weeks following an incident in which a gunman demanded money after entering the North Road Liquor Store on Sept. 3, deputies said in a Facebook post. Investigators say the man who robbed the business escaped with a small amount of cash.

“We were able to identify this individual not long after this robbery occurred and obtained warrants on him,” Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said. “Like I’ve said before, you can run. But we’re right behind you until we find you.” Ravenell said deputies and U.S. Marshals determined Davis was in Spartanburg County and arrested him Wednesday.




    Judge denies bond for (Black) suspect arrested in ‘prolonged’ assault case
black suspect CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Charleston Police say bond has been denied for a man arrested for an assault that left the victim with “significant injuries”. Johnathan Romain Montgomery-Coleman, 26, was arrested Friday, according to Charleston Police spokesman Charles Francis. According to jail records, he is charged with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature.

Police say they responded to calls of an injured person in the area of 80 Columbus Street around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. When officers arrived, they found the victim who they say “sustained significant injury from a prolonged physical assault.”

“Video was obtained from social media which captured the incident,” CPD officials said. “Through an investigation into the incident, probable cause was developed to charge Johnathan Romain Montgomery-Coleman with Assault and Battery of a High and Aggravated Nature.” In the video, police say Montgomery-Coleman is seen repeatedly punching and kicking the victim who is lying on the ground. This goes on for a minute, when police say Montgomery-Coleman takes off his black sweatshirt and reveals a red t-shirt.

Police say the assault continued for 30 more seconds while the victim called for help that never came from watching bystanders.




    PAKISTANI NYC teacher traveled to Florida to have sex with underage teen: cops
Zeshaan Naqvi A socialist studies teacher at an all-girls public school in Queens traveled to Florida to have sex with an underage teen girl he’d spent months chatting up online, authorities alleged Sunday. After cozying up to the teen for months over the internet, Zeshaan Naqvi, who most recently taught at the Young Women’s Leadership School in Jamaica, hopped a flight down to the Sunshine State and allegedly carried out the sick act, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.

“It never ceases to amaze us the lengths predators will go to, to get what they want,” said Sheriff Chad Chronister in a statement. “In this case, a middle school history teacher booked a ticket, boarded a plane, and traveled across the country to meet with a minor who he had been chatting with for about three months.” Naqvi, 31, allegedly picked the teen up at her Tampa home around 1:30 a.m. Saturday and brought her to his hotel room, according to a statement released by Chronister’s office.

A few hours later, Naqvi returned the youth to her home — only to allegedly again pick her up around 1 p.m., authorities said. They returned to Naqvi’s hotel, where they allegedly engaged in sexual acts, officials said.




  MUSLIM Mohamed Mohamed busted for storing 900 propane tanks in Brooklyn warehouse
The manager of a Brooklyn warehouse was charged with reckless endangerment after fire inspectors nabbed him with a stash of more than 900 propane cylinders, officials said.
Mohamed Mohamed, 58, who runs the Gowanus warehouse, was arrested after fire inspectors uncovered the combustible stockpile of 20-pound propane tanks on Friday, the FDNY said on Twitter.

“If not for the due diligence of our fire inspectors, there’s a great danger,” FDNY spokesman James Long said Sunday. “It could let loose and explode in a manner that could be deadly.” “You introduce a fire to that scenario and it’s a fire that is advanced,” Long said. “It could level a city block.”




    HOT MIC: Biden Says ‘I Don’t Know What I’m Signing,’ Signs Executive Order Anyway
Joe Biden said “I don’t know what I’m signing” on camera as he proceeded to sign an unknown executive order. In the video posted to BitChute, an unidentified person told him to “sign it anyways.” This comes amid nationwide concerns over Biden’s apparent cognitive decline. The video shows Biden, without a note of humor, say that he has no idea what executive order he is signing. Another person then gestures toward Biden’s left hand. Biden then proceeds to sign it anyway.

Biden's executive order blitz has done nothing but 'spit into the eye of normal Americans'




    Rubio: Senate Trump Trial (kangaroo kourt) Is Stupid, Bad For The Country






Left-wing riots rattle US cities even after President Biden's inauguration




 






  The damn commercial monopoly globalist MEDIA IS LYING - 93% PROPAGANDA
Reading the FAKE BS NEWS IS HAZARDOUS TO YOUR MENTAL & SPIRITUAL HEALTH
THERE WAS NO DAMNED 'INSURRECTION' - it was a staged FALSE FLAG by ANTIFA




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  The damn commercial monopoly globalist MEDIA IS LYING - 93% PROPAGANDA
Reading the FAKE BS NEWS IS HAZARDOUS TO YOUR MENTAL & SPIRITUAL HEALTH





    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Black shooter identified in 2019 murder of White man in central Tucson
Sean Rashad-Odell Howell Ryan Hercher The 2019 murder case of a 39-year-old man has been closed after Tucson Police identified the shooter as a man who was later killed in 2020. On Friday, Jan. 1, Tucson Police named Sean Rashad-Odell Howell the shooter in the slaying of Ryan Hercher on May 2, 2019.

Hercher was shot at an apartment complex in the 4100 block of East 29th Street during an altercation in the parking lot. He died at Banner University Medical Center. Through the investigation, Tucson Police learned Howell, 33, was the victim of a homicide in September 2020. Latent palm prints from Howell were compared to evidence collected from the homicide scene, confirming his involvement in the slaying of Hercher, a Tucson Police Department news release said.

Murderer gets murdered

One killed, another arrested in shooting outside of southside gentlemen’s club
According to TPD, 33-year-old Sean Rashad-Odell Howell succumbed to injuries after he was allegedly shot by 25-year-old Dimitri Romero following a verbal argument involving the two and several other individuals. Police said gang signs were thrown and a physical fight ensued between Howell and Romero prior to the shooting.

Ryan Hercher, age 39 - (gunmemorial)

[NNN forum thread:] Shooter identified as negro in 2019 murder of White male in central Tucson

(Black-on-White)




    (Black) Suspect charged after man killed in front of 4-year-old in North County
black suspect ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A suspect is facing charges after a man was killed in front of a 4-year-old in a car near a North County apartment complex on Nov. 1, 2020. The shooting happened around 1:00 p.m. in the 5300 block of Glastone Place, which is near Lucas Hunt Village. Police said Steven Strong-Patterson, 24, of South City, was in a car with the child when someone fired multiple shots into the car. The man was killed. The child was not injured.

On Jan. 20, 2021, the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged Eric Carless, of the 4000 block of Jenny Drive in St. Louis, with second-degree murder, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm in connection with Strong-Patterson’s death. Carless is being held on a $1 million cash-only bond. The 28-year-old suspect was previously convicted of a felony in Missouri, according to the St. Louis County Police Department.




    (Black) Suspect arrested in shooting death of 29-year-old Dallas man
black suspect A 33-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting that occurred earlier this month. Dallas police said Rapheal Jefferson faces a murder charge in the death of 29-year-old Kendrick Hampton.

Hampton was shot on Jan. 5 at the 3200 block of S Lancaster Road. According to police, Jefferson was in the driver's seat of a vehicle when he shot Hampton and then left the location. Medics transported Hampton to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Authorities arrested Jefferson on Thursday and transported him to the Lew Sterrett Jail.




    BLACK AFRICAN criminal WITH SOMALI-surname arrested for MURDER in Toronto
Somali relative - Barkhad Abdi Toronto police identify woman found dead in North York apartment.
SOMALI charged with second-degree murder. A woman who was found dead in her apartment near York University on Thursday night has been identified by police as Leah St. Jean. Toronto Police responded to a medical call in North York, near Murray Ross Parkway and Sentinel Road at approximately 9:41 p.m., and found a 32-year-old woman suffering from serious injuries.

She later succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. In a news release Saturday, police said a 26-year-old Toronto man has been charged in connection with the homicide investigation.

Soreeysa Abdi faces a charge of second-degree murder and was to appear in court on Saturday.

Note: mugshot is of Somali relative - "Barkhad Abdi"

Four arrested in drug raid - Apr 26, 2018 - Including Somali Soreeysa Abdi

Abdi Surname - most prevalent in SOMALIA




    (Black) Millington man wanted on attempted murder charges involving woman, 5-year-old boy
black suspect MILLINGTON, Tenn. (WMC) - Millington police are searching for a man they say fired shots at a woman and her 5-year-old child Thursday afternoon. Investigators responded to the shooting on Huffman Boulevard around 4 p.m. where 30-year-old Cordarylyra Aaron fired shots into a vehicle where the mother and son were, according to Millington Police Department.

MPD says the bullets struck the passenger side of the vehicle. The victims were reportedly able to get away as Aaron followed them through the city.

He eventually crashed near Shelby Road and fled into the woods. MPD says he’s wanted on two counts of attempted murder and if found, he should be considered armed and dangerous.




    Montana: (Black) Whitefish murder suspect pleads not guilty
black suspect A California man accused in the beating death of a Whitefish man last summer pleaded not guilty Thursday in Flathead County District Court. Xavier J. Chenault, 22, of Sacramento, California, is accused of negligent homicide in the death of 25-year-old Steven Speer.

Chenault, through his public defender, Daniel Wood, requested a bail reduction and it was granted by District Judge Robert Allison. Chenault was booked into the Flathead County Detention Center Sunday, Jan. 3, on $100,000 bail, but it was reduced to $75,000. Chenault had sought to be released on his own recognizance.

According to previous information from Whitefish Police Chief Bill Dial, Speer died Aug. 2 of head injuries he suffered during an altercation shortly after midnight July 30, in the parking lot of the VFW Bar and Grill on Baker Avenue.




    Violent (Black) felon arrested in murder of his wife on Indy's north side
black suspect INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD detectives have arrested a man for the murder of a 32-year-old woman on Jan. 12. The shooting happened around 2:45 p.m. near 39th Street and Boulevard Place on the north side of Indianapolis. Police found the woman, identified as 32-year-old Ashley Davis, in critical condition. She later died at the hospital.

Homicide detectives identified the suspect in the shooting as 35-year-old Carl Davis. Police have arrested him for murder. The Marion County Prosecutor's Office will determine final charges in the crime.

Police records indicate Carl Davis shot his wife during an argument.
He was charged in November with domestic battery, intimidation and unlawful possession of a firearm by a violent felon stemming from an incident that ended when he bit his wife on the arm, court records show.




    Gun ditched in truck bed during foot chase (of black) through traffic linked to Harvey murder
black suspect A person of interest in a Harvey homicide who tried to evade arrest by darting through stopped traffic at a west bank intersection tossed a gun into the bed of a pickup truck while fleeing from a Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office deputy, according to authorities. But investigators said they caught up to Matthew Payne, 19, and recovered the ditched gun, which ballistics later linked to a double shooting in Harvey that left one man dead and a 16-year-old critically injured.

Payne, of Harvey, appeared via video conference Thursday in Jefferson Parish Magistrate Court for hearings related to the homicide and a gun charge he faces. Payne has been booked with second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder, two counts of obstruction of justice, aggravated battery, two counts of possession of a stolen firearm, two counts of drug possession and carrying weapons, arrest records said.

He is accused of gunning down former friend Jeremiah Harvey, 18, and wounding a 16-year-old boy on Nov. 16 in the 3000 block of Alex Kornman Boulevard. In the weeks before the shooting, Harvey told witnesses that Payne was trying to kill him, Sheriff's Office Detective Steven Keller testified during Thursday's hearing.




    (Black) Man charged in connection to shooting at Myrtle Beach motel, police say
Marcus Harrison MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - A man detained after a shooting at a Myrtle Beach motel is charged in connection to the incident. Master Cpl. Tom Vest with the Myrtle Beach Police Department said 26-year-old Marcus Harrison, of Conway, was taken into detained and later taken into custody after the incident Thursday.

Officials said MBPD officers responded to reports of a shooting at the Motel 6 at 730 Frontage Road East Thursday evening. Those responding found another person injured at the scene. That victim was taken to the hospital for treatment. No updates were immediately given on the victim’s condition.

Harrison is charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, possession of a stolen pistol and unlawful carry of a pistol. He was additionally charged with third-offense possession of cocaine. As of Friday night, Harrison is being held at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center. Online records show no bail had been set for the attempted murder charge, while a judge set a $30,000 bond for other charges.




    (Black) Philadelphia Police Officer Rahim Montgomery Arrested For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting Minor, Authorities Say
Rahim Montgomery PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia police officer could be fired after being arrested Friday. A woman told police 40-year-old Rahim Montgomery sexually assaulted her about five years ago when she was a minor. Montgomery is a 20-year veteran with the police department.

He’s been suspended for 30 days and we’re told the police commissioner plans to fire him after that.




    (Black) Wilson man charged with attempted murder after shooting coworker, police say
black suspect WILSON, N.C. (WNCN) – A Wilson man was arrested Friday for shooting his coworker, police said. At 11:38 a.m. Friday, officers responded to 1920 Farrior Avenue SE in Wilson after they received reports of an employee being shot. The location is the site of Second Nature, which is an air filtration business. Police found Donnie Moore, 35, suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to the hospital, a news release said. The investigation resulted in Brandon Devon White, 29, being charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury. Police said the two worked together at Second Nature.




    31-year-old man killed at McDonough gas station, (Black) person of interest in custody
black suspect MCDONOUGH, Ga. — A 31-year-old man was shot and killed at a QuikTrip station in McDonough on Friday night, according to police. Randy Lee from the Henry County Police Department said officers responded to the gas station in the 1400 block of Jonesboro Road at about 11:18 p.m., after receiving word of a person shot.

When they arrived, they found the victim at the QT station, Lee said in a release. According to Lee, Quintarus James Jackson was identified as a person of interest and later taken into custody by police.

Jail records now show that a man of the same name was booked into the Henry County Jail on Saturday morning. He faces charges of murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm or knife during the commission of or attempt to commit certain felonies, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer for a felony offense and reckless driving.




    Baton Rougue PD asking for help locating (black) 19-year-old man wanted for attempted murder
black suspect BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Baton Rouge Police are asking for help locating a 19-year-old man wanted for attempted murder. Kayleb Williams is wanted for attempted first degree murder and illegal use of a weapon. He is 6′1″ and 230 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

If you have information on the location of the fugitive contact Crime Stoppers at 344-STOP(7867), submit a tip anonymously from our website, or download the free anonymous P3 Tips App. You do not have to give your name to collect this or any Crime Stoppers Reward but you must call Crime Stoppers.




    Mugshot released for (Black) man police said fatally wounded man, dumped him at hospital
black suspect HOUSTON – Houston police have released a mugshot for the man charged in connection with a homicide in south Houston. The incident happened on Jan. 14 at a residence on Heron Drive near Reed Road, according to authorities.

Police said the investigation was launched after they were called out to the hospital around 2:30 a.m., where they were told that 60-year-old Joseph Kasavage had died. After further investigation, police were able to name Annual * Davidson III, 36, as the suspect in the case.

Detectives said they believe Kasavage and his killer were involved in a fight at the residence, which led to Kasavage being wounded. Investigators said Davis drove Kasavage to the hospital before fleeing. Davis was arrested and charged with murder in connection with Kasavage’s death.

* Stupid Negro Names




    (Black as coal) 18-year-old charged in Wednesday night shooting
black suspect ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - Orangeburg County deputies arrested an 18-year-old accused of firing into an occupied vehicle. Aloysius Green, Jr., is charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, according to Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Richard Walker. The shooting incident happened around 8 p.m. Wednesday night, Walker said.

A victim told deputies he got into an argument with his child’s mother after he was driven by a friend to an Orangeburg home. Both men drove off when a woman’s relative began firing at them, Walker said. The men were shot at again down the road from the home, he said. “This individual apparently thinks there’s no consequences for shooting at people,” Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said. “We’re about to take him to school.”




    (HALF-black) Cleveland’s Mayor Frank Jackson’s black grandson charged in domestic violence case
black suspect black suspect CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland prosecutors brought a criminal domestic violence charge against the grandson of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. Frank Q. Jackson, 24, is charged with first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence in Cleveland Municipal Court in a domestic dispute involving him and his illegitimate child’s baby-mama, according to court records. He is not in custody, and it is unknown when he will appear in court.

A warrant issued Wednesday says Frank Q. Jackson, “Did knowingly cause or attempt to cause physical harm to the mother of his child.” The altercation at the center of the charge took place Dec. 18, 2020 at Frank Q. Jackson’s home in the 2100 block of East 39th Street. The warrant also says Frank Q. Jackson “struck the victim several times in the head, causing her to hit the couch and fall on the floor.” The woman also suffered a lump on her forehead, which caused her to feel dizzy, the warrant says.

The woman told police that she did not want to press charges but wanted the incident to be documented. Frank Q. Jackson denied the allegations and was released, a police report says.

Cleveland Mayor Jackson is the son of an African-American father and an Italian-American mother.
Jackson grew up in the Kinsman and Central neighborhoods.




    (Black) Father of 2 abducted children facing kidnapping, burglary, robbery charges
black suspect ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The father of two children who were forcibly taken from their home on January 18 is now facing charges in connection to the abduction. Dimitri Cash Sr., 29, was booked into the Monroe County Jail Saturday morning with $100,000 bail and $300,000 bond. He is charged with Robbery 2nd degree, Kidnapping 2nd degree, and Burglary 1st degree. He is due in court Thursday.

The children were found safe in Alabama on January 21. Greece Police say Kimara Pluviose, 32, was also arrested in connection to the abductions of Shekeria and Dimitri Cash Jr. She is also charged with Kidnapping 2nd degree, Burglary 1st degree, and Robbery 2nd degree.




    Husband of woman murdered by ILLEGAL ALIEN sues City of Albuquerque over immigration policy
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- A new lawsuit blames a city ordinance for officers not acting sooner, potentially preventing the murder of Jacqueline Vigil. “I feel like my wife today could be alive if they would have acted on so much evidence they had against this individual and turned him in to immigration,” said Sam Vigil, Jacqueline's husband. “I think my wife would be talking to me today.”

A new lawsuit blames the City of Albuquerque for a tragedy it says could have been prevented. The main suspect in Jacqueline's murder, Luis Talamantes-Romero, was a known criminal who was in this country illegally. He has a lengthy criminal history.

According to the lawsuit, Talamantes-Romero had been deported but came back to the U.S. a few months before Vigil's murder. He was identified as a suspect in a robbery. “That alone should have triggered a phone call, or an email to federal law enforcement even if APD needed more time to perfect their investigation all they had to do was ‘he’s back’ that’s all it would have took,” said attorney Robert Gorence, who is one of the lawyers representing Sam Vigil. “It never happened because of a city policy.”

Robert Gorence and Jason Bowles are representing Sam Vigil in a lawsuit, taking aim at that city policy that declared Albuquerque a Sanctuary City in 2018. It essentially protects the immigration status of someone living here. They believe that’s why federal authorities were not notified Talamantes-Romero was back in Albuquerque.

Four additional people named in connection with murder of Albuquerque woman shot in her driveway




    HISPANIC sentenced to 10-20 years for 2011 rape of woman on Bethlehem towpath
A man who pleaded guilty to the 2011 rape of a 19-year-old jogger on a Bethlehem towpath has been sentenced to 10-20 years in state prison, the maximum amount allowable for the crime. In June, 41-year-old Justo E. Garcia reluctantly admitted to the crime, acknowledging the DNA evidence linking him but saying he did not recall the rape beneath the haze of drugs and alcohol.

The victim had been jogging on the towpath near Sand Island the afternoon of May 19, 2011. As she approached the Minsi Trail Bridge, Garcia, armed with a serrated knife, grabbed her from behind, dragged her into the nearby brush and raped her, according to court documents.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECT




  BIDEN ELECTED! Illegal alien cockroaches come out of dark hidey-holes
Hidey-holes Immigrant leaves church sanctuary after over 3 years
José Chicas, a ILLEGAL (criminal) ALIEN Salvadoran immigrant who spent more than three years in sanctuary on the grounds of a North Carolina church, says the Biden administration's new policies are giving him a chance to (benefit from American taxpayer provided services).




    Asian from INDIA, Gauravjit Singh, Charged In $700,000 Protective Equipment Scheme with CHINESE factory
image not of actual suspect but another singh PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadelphia man is accused of scamming $700,000 from two New York-based companies by falsely promising to sell personal protective equipment. New Jersey Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced Wednesday that Gauravjit Singh is charged with wire fraud. Singh allegedly entered agreements with unnamed companies through his business, Mask Medical LLC, and would have been paid about $7.125 million for 1.5 million medical gowns, according to a criminal complaint.

Singh said he had connections to a Chinese factory that manufactured medical gowns, according to court documents. As part of the scam, Singh sent photos and video meant to show factory workers preparing the gowns for shipment and offered excuses about the shipment.

Singh Surname MOST PREVALENT IN: India

Round em up - ship em out!
  -----   SEND THEM ALL BACK!




  MUSLIM TERRORISTS WELCOME BIDEN'S PUTTING OUT WELCOME MAT
Barred From U.S. Under Trump, Muslims Exult in Biden’s Open Door
Few foreigners welcomed President Biden’s election victory as enthusiastically as the tens of thousands of Muslims who have been locked out of the United States for the past four years.




    Authorities Investigate Blast at Anti-Gay California Church
EL MONTE, CALIF. (AP) — The FBI and local police are investigating an explosion early Saturday at a Los Angeles-area church that had been the target of protests for its anti-LGTBQ message. Officers responding around 4:30 a.m. initially thought a vandal had broken the windows of First Works Baptist Church in El Monte, said Lt. Christopher Cano of the city's police department. Officers then noticed smoke coming from inside, he told reporters at the scene.

“Then we realized that the windows were not smashed, that they had actually blown out from some type of explosion," Cano said. No injuries were reported, said FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller. Officials didn't immediately detail the extent of the damage inside the church east of downtown Los Angeles.

FBI technicians are working with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department bomb squad and the El Monte Police Department during the initial investigation, Eimiller said. She said it was premature to call the incident a hate crime, but “that’s always going to be considered as a theory when a house of worship is attacked."




    Scottish nationalists lay groundwork for second independence referendum
Braveheart Braveheart LONDON (Reuters) - The Scottish National Party published a “Roadmap to Referendum” on Saturday, laying out plans for another vote on Scottish independence just as the United Kingdom grapples with COVID-19 and the impact of Brexit.

Polls show that Scottish nationalists are on course to win a record majority in elections for Scotland’s devolved parliament.

Sir William Wallace (Scottish Gaelic: Uilleam Uallas, pronounced [ˈɯʎam ˈuəl̪ˠəs̪]; Norman French: William le Waleys;[3] c. 1270 – 23 August 1305) was a Scottish knight who became one of the main leaders during the First War of Scottish Independence.[4]

Along with Andrew Moray, Wallace defeated an English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in September 1297. He was appointed Guardian of Scotland and served until his defeat at the Battle of Falkirk in July 1298. In August 1305, Wallace was captured in Robroyston, near Glasgow, and handed over to King Edward I of England, who had him hanged, drawn and quartered for high treason and crimes against English civilians.

Since his death, Wallace has obtained an iconic status far beyond his homeland. He is the protagonist of Blind Harry's 15th-century epic poem The Wallace and the subject of literary works by Sir Walter Scott and Jane Porter, and of the Academy Award-winning film Braveheart.




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    (Black) Alleged serial killer charged in 3 murders at NYCHA senior complex in Brooklyn
Kevin Gavin BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A man arrested in the death of a 78-year-old woman who was found strangled with a telephone cord inside her Brooklyn apartment building is actually a serial killer, police said, charged in three murders in the same complex. Juanita Caballero's body was found just before 5 p.m. on January 15 in the hallway of her Powel Street apartment at the Carter G. Woodson NYCHA senior housing development in the Brownsville section.

Officials identified the suspect as 66-year-old Kevin Gavin, the brother of Leon Gavin, who lived in the building who was known to help elderly residents with their errands. Leon Gavin died in April of 2020, and Kevin Gavin moved into the apartment. At that point, he had been identified as a suspect in a 2019 death, and by extension, in an unsolved 2015 death.

It is unclear at this point why he was allowed to move into his brother's apartment. "He had a relationship with our victims," NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said. "He used to run errands for them. What we believe is, it sounds like the reason he might have committed these acts is over an argument over money or finances."

[NNN forum thread:] NYPD arrests black suspect in serial killings of elderly Brooklyn women

NYPD arrests alleged serial killer in murders of 3 women at Brooklyn NYCHA building for seniors




    (Black) Suspect charged with murder after man stabbed to death downtown
black suspect MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man was arrested in connection to a deadly stabbing Thursday night downtown. Rodney Williams, 55, was charged with second-degree murder after first responders dicovered a stabbing victim at the corner of North Danny Thomas and Madison just before 6 p.m. The man was rushed to the hospital where he died.

Investigators believe the stabbing was the result of an ongoing argument between the two men. If you know anything about what happened, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 901-528-CASH.




    (Black) Brothers wanted after man murdered outside apartment in Roanoke Rapids
black suspect ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. (WNCN) – Police are looking for two brothers — one of whom is charged with murder — after a man was killed in a shooting at a Roanoke Rapids apartment complex last week. Officers responded to the Windchase Apartment complex on Jan. 16 to find a man laying in front of a building. He was unresponsive and had been shot multiple times, police said.

The victim, identified as Curtis Graham, died. Jonathan James Brown, 33, was charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Joshua Patrick Brown, 34L, was charged with conspiracy to commit murder.




    Colored Tx. Woman Disappeared in September — and Her BLACK Ex-Boyfriend Has Just Been Charged in Her Murde
Javon Gilbert A Houston man has been charged with the murder of his ex-girlfriend, who was missing for several weeks before her body was found last October. Emmishae Kirby, 29, vanished on September 18, 2020. After an exhaustive search, her body was found on Oct. 3, 2020, in the Bear Creek Park area of Houston. She had been shot in the head and strangled.

PEOPLE confirms that authorities have arrested Kirby's ex-boyfriend, Javon Gilbert. He has been charged with murder and tampering with evidence. According to ABC-13, prosecutors said during a probable cause hearing that Gilbert and Kirby lived together until shortly before her death. The couple allegedly broke up after Kirby accused Gilbert of sexually assaulting her.

According to authorities, witnesses say that Gilbert moved out of the apartment they shared -- but later broke back into her apartment and stood over her bed with a knife in his hand. Prosecutors say that he repeatedly showed up at her apartment unannounced.




    San Marcos police arrest (Black) murder suspect after incident at Econo Lodge Hotel
Melvin George Nicholas Jr., AUSTIN, Texas — The San Marcos Police Department has arrested a suspect in the city's first murder of 2021. Police were called to the Econo Lodge Hotel on South Guadalupe Street on Jan. 19 after a dead man was found inside one of the rooms. The man was identified as Andreas Mihanpoor, 33, and next-of-kin was notified. A final autopsy report is still pending from the Travis County Medical Examiner's Office.

The investigation led police to develop probable cause that the death was caused by Melvin George Nicholas Jr., 59, of San Marcos. A warrant was then issued for his arrest. The police department located Nicholas on Jan. 21 and arrested him without incident. He was transported to the Hays County Law Enforcement Center, where a bond has not yet been set.

Note: victim has and IRANIAN surname MIHANPOOR




    Claiming a conspiracy, (Black) man convicted in 1998 South Side murder asks judge to toss out conviction
Marcus Wiggins’ A man who spent more than two decades behind bars after he was found guilty of murder is asking a Cook County judge to throw out his conviction, alleging that several Chicago police officers formed a criminal conspiracy to send him to prison.

Attorneys for Marcus Wiggins say he was convicted of the 1998 murder of Theopolis Teague on the South Side because three detectives — Kenneth Boudreau, James O’Brien and Sgt. Fred Bonke, who were trained and supervised by disgraced former CPD Cmdr. Jon Burge — took part in a years-long vendetta to frame him.

Additionally, three witnesses for the prosecution all recanted their testimony, saying their initial statements were driven by fear of retaliation by the CPD.




    (Black) Gangster Disciples leader from Birmingham gets 40 years for racketeering conspiracy involving murder
Shauntay “Shake” Craig A Gangster Disciples leader from Birmingham has been sentenced to decades in federal prison for his role in a racketeering conspiracy involving murder and drug trafficking. Shauntay “Shake” Craig, 42, was sentenced to 40 years. He was arrested in 2016 during a massive roundup in nine states of 32 accused gang members wanted in federal investigations out of Atlanta and Memphis. FBI agents, Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies and Birmingham police arrested three Alabama suspects, including Craig.

The Gangster Disciples is a violent group that began in Chicago in the 1970s. According to federal authorities, Gangster Disciples employ a highly structured organization and are divided into geographic groups which each are called a “count” or a “deck.” The Gangster Disciples are a national gang with roots in Chicago dating back to the 1970s. The gang is highly structured, with a hierarchy of leadership posts known as “Positions of Authority” or “POAs.” The gang strictly enforces rules for its members, the most important of which is “Silence and Secrecy” – a prohibition on cooperating with law enforcement. Violations of the rule are punishable by death. Evidence at trial showed that the Gangster Disciples were responsible for 24 shootings from 2011 through 2015, including 12 murders.




    (Black) Murder conviction affirmed, but case returning to trial court to correct double jeopardy issue
Darrick Duffin ANN ARBOR, MI – A man convicted of both felony murder and second-degree murder for the same killing will be returning to trial court to correct a clear violation of the double jeopardy rule. The Michigan Court of Appeals issued an opinion Thursday, Jan. 21, affirming the conviction of Darrick Duffin who was found guilty May 24, 2019, on one count each first-degree felony murder, felony-firearm and felon-in-possession of a firearm.

He was also convicted of one count of second-degree murder which was incorrectly merged into the felony murder charge, leading the case to be returned to correct the issue by simply vacating the lesser charge. “The trial court appears to have properly recognized that a conviction of first-degree felony murder and a conviction of second-degree murder for the death of a single victim violates double jeopardy, as shown by its ‘merger’ of defendant’s two murder convictions,” the court wrote. “However, the trial court erred because the correct remedy is to vacate the lesser murder conviction.”

Duffin was found guilty of slaying Nina Battle, 32, following a bench trial before Washtenaw County Trial Judge Carol Kuhnke




    (Tattooed-neck black) Charged in Newport News gas station murder in 2019 certified to grand jury
black suspect NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Murder and weapons charges against a man accused of fatally shooting a college student at a gas station in Newport News were certified to a grand jury Friday. Elijah Dayron Armstrong was charged with first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony after a deadly shooting that happened on September 16, 2019.

It was around 11 a.m. that day when officers were sent to the Exxon gas station at Jefferson Avenue and Kate's Trace Circle. That's where officers found Luis Zambrana Jr. who had been shot. Zambrana died at the station. He was a college student at Norfolk State University majoring in Theater.

This case was certified to a grand jury in Newport News. His next court date hasn't been released yet.




    (Black) Georgia man arrested in connection to shooting at Hoover apartment complex
Emmanuel Dion Leonard HOOVER, Ala. (WBMA) — A Georgia man, 30-year-old Emmanuel Dion Leonard, is in custody for his involvement in a shooting at a Bluff Park apartment complex that left a man injured, according to the Hoover Police Department. On January 6, the Hoover 911 center received multiple calls of shots fired near the 100 building at The Park at Wakefield and Wellington apartments.

Police said officers arrived on-scene to find a 30-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. Police said first aid was rendered to the victim until the arrival of Hoover Fire medics and then the victim was taken to UAB hospital.




    (Black) Man accused of dragging Hispanic ex in Wyoming pleads guilty
Tyrese Mauricio Baker wounded victim WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) — A man accused of dragging his ex-girlfriend down a busy Wyoming road will face sentencing. Tuesday, 21-year-old Tyrese Mauricio Baker of Grand Rapids pleaded guilty to reckless driving causing serious injury and domestic violence. An unarmed robbery charge was dismissed.

The victim, Alexa Sandoval, told News 8 said she and a friend were getting a ride from him when she decided to get out of the car on May 30. When the car was stopped on Byron Center Avenue near 36th Street, she started getting out. She said he grabbed the backpack she was wearing started driving. Trapped in the straps of the bag, she initially tried to run alongside the car but slipped and was dragged. Sandoval said he pulled the backpack tighter against her, keeping her from escaping, and accelerated, refusing to let go. She was eventually able to get loose. A friend took her to the hospital. She was then transferred to a burn unit.

Baker is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 21.
Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS




    (Black) Father charged After 9-Yr-Old Daughter Shot In Head, Killed By 5-Yr-Old In Philly
Blake Davis PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A father has been charged after his 9-year-old daughter was fatally shot in North Philadelphia on Wednesday. Police say a 5-year-old accidentally shot the girl in the head. Police announced Thursday 39-year-old Blake Davis, the victim’s father, has been arrested. He has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, endangering the welfare of a child and other related charges.

The two children were home unattended with a 12-year-old at the time of the shooting. The deadly shooting happened on the 2300 block of North Bouvier Street around 11 a.m. Wednesday.

Police say they were alerted to the incident by the 12-year-old, who called 911. The girl was rushed to Temple University Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.




    (Black) child molester charged with sexual battery of child in public bathroom
Christopher Lewis Benson, Metro Nashville police arrested a man Thursday who they say attempted to rape a child inside a public bathroom. Police announced the arrest of Christopher Lewis Benson, 28, who was charged with attempted rape and sexual battery. Police believe he assaulted a child he didn't know inside the Southeast Community Center bathroom on Feb. 11. The child immediately told their father about the assault, police reported.




    (Queer, faggot, homo black) buggers 14-year-old boy
 Ivan Jackson-Freeman CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — A Delaware County man is facing child porn and sexual abuse charges. The District Attorney’s Office said Thursday the suspect is 66-year-old Ivan Jackson-Freeman of Chester. Authorities say the charges stem from his involvement with a 14-year-old boy who was a family friend.

“It is a sad but true fact that the incidence of child abuse and exploitation has never been higher. Just last week the Child Abuse and Exploitation Task Force announced an arrest in a case involving the rape of a child by a family friend. The case we announce today involves a young man and a trusted family member. In each case, a child’s trust was unconscionably abused,”




    (Black) Church deacon busted for trying to have homo sex with teen he met on Grindr
Rogelio Vega A church deacon was busted this week for trying to have sex with 14-year-old boy he met on the gay hook-up site Grindr, officials said. It turns out that Rogelio Vega, 50, of Maspeth, Queens, was actually chatting up an undercover detective posing as a youngster, according to prosecutors.

“This defendant by all outward appearances is a church-going family man,” said Queens DA Melinda Katz. “Sadly, the real person under the sheep’s clothing is an alleged sexual predator who sought out a teenage boy to fulfill his needs.” Vega, a deacon with Saint Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in Woodside, allegedly began using the app Grindr in July 2020 to communicate with the undercover who he thought was an underage boy. The married father of four allegedly asked the “child” to send him nude pictures and shared several photos of his genitals with him.




    (Black) Rapper Soulja Boy beat, sexually assaulted female assistant
Soulja Boy A woman who worked as a personal assistant for rapper Soulja Boy alleges in a lawsuit filed Thursday that the artist sexually abused her, beat her and held her hostage. The woman said she began working for Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way, in California at the end of 2018.

The lawsuit, which was filed in Los Angeles and identifies the assistant only as Jane Doe, says the abuse began when Way sent the woman an unsolicited picture of his penis shortly after she started working for him. The pair did end up in a consensual relationship, but by January of 2019, Way began physically abusing the woman, the suit said.

And in February, Way sexually assaulted the woman for the first time, the suit said, adding that he "expressed remorse" after and gave her $1,000. Later, "on numerous occasions, and sometimes twice in the same day, Defendant Way would inappropriately touch Plaintiff’s body, forcefully pull her pants off, and raped her," the suit said.




    HISPANIC East Chicago man gets 20 years for fatal stabbing as teen
An East Chicago man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday for fatally stabbing his late mother’s ex-boyfriend when he was 17. Adrian Joel Vargas, 21, pleaded guilty Sept. 30, court records show.

It’s the “first time I’ve been in jail. It’s scary,” he told Lake Superior Judge Samuel Cappas. “I do understand what happened is wrong. I’m sorry. I accept it. I’ll do what I have to do. I promise I won’t mess it up.” The plea agreement dropped his murder charge, keeping voluntary manslaughter, a level 2 felony, that would have had a sentence from 10-30 years with an advisory sentence of 17½ years. Vargas was sentenced to 16 years in the Indiana Department of Correction, two in Lake County Corrections, and two on probation. He will have about four years credited.

He was charged with fatally stabbing Manuel A. Mendez, 45, on Feb. 22, 2017, during a dispute at Mendez’s home in the 4900 block of Oak Avenue in Hammond.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECT

[PS - anbody with a tattooed neck is guilty of something...]




  Hispanic ADT technician, 35, admits hacking home security cameras of 200 'attractive' customers to spy on naked women and couples having sex more than 9,600 times over four-year period
Telesforo Aviles from Dallas, Texas, pleaded guilty to computer fraud Thursday
Aviles, who was fired from ADT in April last year, now faces five years in prison
Acting U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah said Aviles 'intruded on intimate moments'
Aviles was able to access accounts by 'routinely adding his personal email address to customers' 'ADT Pulse' accounts'
He would then have 'real-time access to the video feeds from their homes'
In May last year it was reported that ADT was being sued by affected customers




    Philladelphia police protest that SOROS funded District Attorney Krasner let out black killer
Krasner Josephus Davis Soros Milan Loncar The murder of 25-year-old Temple University graduate, Milan Loncar "lies solely on the lap" of District Attorney Larry Krasner, Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police President John McNesby told "Fox and Friends" Friday. "If he did his job, in his office, what he was elected to do, some of the [crimes] would stop," McNesby said. Police said Josephus Davis is one out of two suspects who were seen on surveillance video approaching Loncar while he was walking his dog on Jan 13. Loncar was allegedly patted down and shot in the city's Brewerytown area, according to FOX 29 in Philadelphia.

"This goes right to the common theme of our district attorney here in Philadelphia. His ‘catch and release’ program, he’s experimenting with since 2017, is not working. Just this month we have 85 people shot in the City of Philadelphia, 12 of those were under the age of 18. We’re leading the league, unfortunately, in murders this month alone, we have over 30," the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police president said. McNesby went on to say District Attorney Krasner shows a "lack of effort" when it comes to people committing street crimes.

"There is no fear of repercussion in the City of Philadelphia. [Criminals] know they are going to get out and [Krasner] won’t do anything to them. It is a shame and hopefully, we can get him out of office and stop all this," McNesby said. The homicide rate in Philadelphia has increasingly surged over the years. The Philadelphia Police Department reported 315 homicides in 2017 and it has spiked to nearly 500 cases in 2020.

McNesby said there’s a "long list" of crimes that continue to reoccur in the City of Philadelphia and District Attorney Krasner always blames everyone but himself. The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police president said there’s a move to vote Krasner out in May of 2021.




    VIDEO: Biden’s Earpiece Says ‘Salute The Marines,’ So He Says ‘Salute The Marines’ Out Loud, Doesn’t Salute Them

Texas sues to block Biden’s deportation freeze
The state of Texas filed suit Friday seeking to block President Joe Biden’s 100-day freeze on deportations, claiming it violated an agreement the state signed with the Trump administration earlier this month, officials announced.




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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Alleged Drug deal gone bad
Four black youths face murder charges in weekend killings

AliBryant-and-CamarionHalthon-and-JaevinGriggs dead nig teen thief Wyatt Bailey DANVILLE — Four Danville youths have been accused of killing two other teens, including one of their own friends, during the course of a drug deal that went horribly wrong over the weekend in Oakwood. Vermilion County State’s Attorney Jacqueline Lacy on Tuesday filed multiple counts of murder and other felonies against three of the teens in adult court and similar counts against a 15-year-old old in juvenile court.

Lacy confirmed that Clayvonte M. Sloan, 15, of Rantoul, who died Sunday afternoon at an Urbana hospital, was part of the group who allegedly intended to rob Wyatt Bailey, 19, of Oakwood, who was also killed during the drug deal gone bad. Both of them were shot about 2:45 p.m. Sunday in the 200 block of Wayne Drive on the south side of Oakwood.

Charged Tuesday with their murders were Ali Bryant, 18, who listed an address in the 1200 block of Giddings Street; Camarion Halthon, 17, who listed an address in the 1800 block of Oak Street; and Jaevin Griggs, 16, who listed an address in the 400 block of North Jackson Street. Although Halthon and Griggs are considered juveniles, they are being tried as adults.

Mr. Sloan, Bryant, Halthon, Griggs and the 15-year-old boy had all gone to Mr. Bailey’s house on Wayne Drive to deliver to him cannabis that he wished to buy. Mr. Bailey went outside to greet the group, who had arrived in a car. Lacy said he had cash and was armed with a gun.

There was a struggle between Mr. Bailey and others, some of whom had gotten out of the car, intending to rob him. “Several shots went off. We believe at least four,” said Lacy, who said the teens got back in the car and took off with a wounded Mr. Sloan inside. She declined to identify who authorities believe actually fired.

Wyatt Bailey, age 19 - (gunmemorial)

Wyatt Bailey May 2, 2001 ~ January 17, 2021 (age 19) - Obituary

4 black teens charged with shootings that left 2 teens dead in Oakwood

(Black-on-White)
Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks




    INTERRACIAL Georgia couple ate, hid pot in ‘a body cavity’ during car chase: cops
BrianTurner-and-WhitneyBailey BrianTurner-and-WhitneyBailey A Georgia couple on a high-speed car chase with cops tried to hide their weed by actually eating it, authorities said. (Black male) Passenger Brian Turner, 22, allegedly ate a bag of pot and driver (white female)Whitney Bailey, 23, allegedly hid marijuana in a “body cavity” during the chase in Carrollton Sunday night, WAGA-TV reported.

The chase began when the owner of a Nissan sedan reported he loaned the car to Bailey but she refused to return it. 😎 stolen car and stopped her when they boxed her in.

Officers approached the car and found Turner sitting in the passenger seat with marijuana in his mouth and on his clothes, cops said. Police say Bailey stuffed the pot in her body but didn’t reveal where, the station reported.

She was taken to a hospital to remove the marijuana from her body.
Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS




    2 (blacks) arrested in double fatal shooting at apartment near Millenia
Telly Engram, left, and Sheldon Richards Jr. Orange County deputies have arrested two people in connection with a double fatal shooting at an apartment complex near the Millenia neighborhood earlier this month, court records show. Telly Engram, 21, was arrested in Sanford Wednesday on a warrant for first-degree murder, while Sheldon Richards Jr., 20, was arrested in Longwood the day of the shooting on a probation violation.

A search warrant affidavit filed in Seminole County implicates both men in the deaths of 40-year-old Melvin Deloney and 20-year-old Lashon Carden in a shooting at an apartment on Americana Boulevard Jan. 12. Orange County deputies responding to reports of a shooting at the apartment found Deloney unresponsive and another man with several gunshot wounds in critical condition, according to the affidavit. Deloney was pronounced dead at the scene, and the other victim was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center and is recovering from his injuries.




    (Black) Man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend in the head, dumping her body in a field near Bear Creek Park
Javon Gilbert, 30, is charged in the murder of Emmishae Kirby, 28 HOUSTON — There has been an arrest and charges filed in the killing of a woman who was reported missing last summer on the city's west side, Houston police confirmed Thursday. Javon Gilbert, 30, is charged with murder and tampering with evidence- a human corpse. He is accused in the killing of his ex-girlfriend, Emmishae Kirby, 28.

Investigators with the Houston Police Department, based on cell phone records, surveillance video, financial records and witness statements, determined Gilbert shot and killed Kirby at an apartment on Country Place Drive. He then dumped her body in a field near Bear Creek Park, on Houston’s west side. After a search, Texas EquuSearch recovered the victim’s remains in early October, and the medical examiner determined Kirby was strangled by the neck and shot in the head.

In court, it was said a witness told investigators that the pair were dating and living together up until early September, but then he moved out.




    Police, FBI find (Black) man wanted in 2019 Town of Wallkill slaying
Jamaad Mikal Murphy TOWN OF WALLKILL - A man wanted for a 2019 slaying outside a Town of Wallkill restaurant and sports bar was taken into custody late Wednesday, New York State Police confirmed. Jamaad Mikal Murphy, 27, fled after the shooting that killed 23-year-old Matthew Napoleoni early on the morning of Nov. 3, 2019 outside Made in Puerto Rico Latin Cuisine and Sports Bar on Schutt Road Extension.

Police said law enforcement officials arrested Murphy about 10 p.m. Wednesday in the Town of Ramapo, in Rockland County. Police were processing Murphy Wednesday night at the Middletown state police Troop F barracks. From there, he was expected to be taken to Orange County Jail. In December 2019, an Orange County grand jury handed up an indictment charging Murphy with second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter, two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and a count of first-degree reckless endangerment, all felonies, in connection with Napoleoni's death.

FBI most wanted mugshot - JAMAAD MIKAL MURPHY




    (Black) Suspect arrested after shooting a man and carjacking 2 people in Tempe
Roosevelt Sherrod TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - A suspect was arrested after shooting a man and carjacking another man and woman in Tempe Friday afternoon, police say. According to Tempe police, a man and woman had pulled into a vacant lot near McClintock and University drives around 4 p.m. after having car trouble. While they were looking at their car, two men nearby were having an argument.

Court documents say that the suspect, identified as 29-year-old Roosevelt Sherrod, walked up to a man in a parked car and started yelling at him. The man did not know Sherrod or why he was yelling at him. Documents state that before the man could react, Sherrod pulled out a handgun and fired multiple shots into the vehicle, hitting the man in the chest and shoulder. The victim was able to put his car into reverse to get a away from Sherrod, backing into the car of the man and woman who were having car trouble. The first victim then finally threw his car into drive and left the parking lot. He then found Tempe officers at the Pride Gas Station at Apache Boulevard and McClintock Drive and told them what happened. He was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

While this was happening, documents state that the man and woman tried to leave, but Sherrod jumped into their vehicle. The suspect then drove off from the area. Documents state that Sherrod left his gun in the parking lot before driving off in the stolen car.




    (Black) Mobile sex offender charged in 1997 rape case
Andre Landrum MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A sex offender who served time in prison for sexual abuse is now linked to a rape case that dates back more than two decades. Andre Landrum, 52, of Mobile was booked into Metro Jail Wednesday night on rape and burglary charges in connection with an alleged crime from June 1997.

According to court documents filed in the case, Landrum allegedly broke into a home, threatened a woman with a knife, and then raped her. WKRG News 5 reached out to Mobile Police to find out what led to this cold case arrest. We were told Landrum was recently identified as a suspect through a DNA hit from a sexual assault kit.

In 2005, Landrum was booked on rape and sodomy charges for another alleged incident. That case went to a grand jury, and Landrum ultimately pleaded guilty to sexual abuse and was sentenced to 15 years. Landrum’s lengthy arrest history in Mobile goes back to 1986 and also includes robbery, assault, and numerous other charges.




    HISPANIC Texas police officer said he had 'no choice' after shooting unarmed Black pastor
Patrick Warren Sr A Texas police officer said he had "no choice" but to shoot an unarmed Black man who charged at him after repeated warnings and a failure of communication, according to a report. New bodycam footage reveals the full exchange between Killeen Police Officer Reynaldo Contreras and Patrick Warren Sr., 52, after the officer responded to a call at around 5:40 p.m. on Jan. 10.

Killeen Police Chief Charles Kimble showed the footage to members of the press on Tuesday, saying he didn't see how Contreras "could’ve done anything else," according to FOX 44. Warren's family called for a mental health officer, but Contreras instead responded. Warren emerged from the home and approached Contreras, who Tasered him after cautioning the man, according to reports.

Contreras then reportedly shot Warren three times after the man ripped the Taser prongs off and continued to charge the officer. Warren died later that day. When his fellow officers arrived on the scene, Contreras said, "I had no choice man, damn it," according to authorities.




    (Black) Little Rock man arrested, charged with murder for fatally stabbing 18-year-old
Shamar Rumph LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — A Little Rock man wanted for stabbing an 18-year-old woman to death has been arrested, police reported. Officers responded to the stabbing in the 13000 block of West Markham Street early Thursday morning. When officers arrived on the scene, they found 18-year-old Trakeyah Thomas suffering from a major injury, police said in a news release Thursday. She was later pronounced dead.

Suspect Shamar Rumph, 24, fled the scene in a brown Cadillac, police said. But he was found and arrested shortly after. He was charged with murder. Police said they believe the stabbing was a domestic-related incident. Thomas's body has been taken to the Arkansas State Crime Lab for autopsy.




    Hail of gunfire outside Hickory Hill grocery store lands (Black) man in jail
Qurderion Mosby MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A shooting outside a Hickory Hill grocery store sent customers running for cover. Qurderion Mosby, 22, was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder and reckless endangerment. On January 14, officers were called to the Superlo store in the 6500 block of Winchester after receiving calls of a shooting. Authorities said at least 20 shots were fired, with many of the rounds going through windows and nearby buildings.

Police records said 13 people were placed in harm’s way during the shooting. No one was hurt. Days later, a man told police he and two other men were the intended targets. He claimed that a woman became angry with him and chased him down in her car before calling her boyfriend and another person to the scene to help her.

The intended targets were trying to escape through the parking lot when the suspects opened fire while driving along Winchester, the man said. Officers believe the boyfriend was Mosby. The woman involved in the shooting has a warrant out for her arrest.




    Charges filed aginst (Black) man in Oct. 2020 murder in north St. Louis
Marlon Hampton ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office charged a 23-year-old man in connection with an Oct. 2020 shooting that claimed the life of a 27-year-old. The shooting happened just before 11 p.m. on Oct. 12, 2020.

Police arrived at the scene and found the victim, identified as 27-year-old Staveion Durham. Durham was rushed to a local hospital for treatment but was pronounced dead a short time later. A second victim told police he exchanged gunfire with the suspects after being involved in a car accident. The suspects fled in a dark-colored sedan.

This other victim was taken to a hospital and treated for injuries he suffered in the accident. Investigators eventually identified and located a suspect for the shooting – 23-year-old Marlon Hampton. Hampton was charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action, and stealing of a firearm (felony).




    After nearly 2 years, Phoenix police arrest 2nd (Black) suspect in fatal shooting
William McCoy The Phoenix Police Department announced a suspect was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of involvement in a murder in 2019. William McCoy, 40, was located and arrested Tuesday by the U.S. Marshals Service Task Force in partnership with the Phoenix Police Department near 19th and Northern avenues, according to a statement released Wednesdayby department spokesperson Sgt. Maggie Cox.

McCoy was suspected to have been involvedin shooting Abdulai Sesay, 24, on February 3, 2019, near Peoria and 35th avenues, according to the statement. Sesay was pronounced dead at the hospital, the statement said. Witnesses reported a verbal argument occurred prior to the shooting, according to the Phoenix police.

Chantez Davis, the other suspect involved in the homicide, was booked into jail for murder and aggravated assault charges in March 2019, according to the statement.




    (Black) Suspect in fatal Harlem shooting extradited from Virginia
Andrew Paige A suspect nabbed in Virginia was finally extradited to New York this week and charged in the cold-blooded shooting of a man on a Harlem street in November, police said Wednesday. Andrew Paige, 44, was picked up in Charlottesville five days after the Nov. 4 killing at West 112th Street and Lenox Avenue in Manhattan, according to police.

Paige was apprehended by members of the Manhattan Violent Felony Squad, 28 Detective Squad, Manhattan Homicide, and the Charlottesville Regional Fugitive Task Force, according to a post on Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison’s Twitter account. Harrison also tweeted a video that officials said shows Paige shooting victim Jamel Smith, 31.

“The perpetrator in this video, later identified as Andrew Paige, walks up behind the victim and shoots him once in the back of the head,” Harrison tweeted.




    Enterprising bright young (Black) Georgia teenager scammed over $980,000 from Kroger
 Tre Brown GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Detectives have arrested a Gwinnett County teenager accused of scamming hundreds of thousands of dollars from Kroger. Officials with the Gwinnett County Police Department say 19-year-old Tre Brown ended up scamming over $980,000 from the grocery store where he worked on Steve Reynolds Boulevard.

In just two weeks, detectives believe Brown created over 40 returns for non-existent items ranging from $75 to over $87,000. Officials say Brown would take the money from the returns and put them on credit cards, using the money to buy clothes, guns, shoes, and two vehicles - one of which he totaled.

Police began an investigation into Brown after Kroger employees noticed the transactions. After his arrest, police were able to return a large sum of money from the alleged theft.




    "BLONDE NEGRO" Durham man being held under $3.5M bond on rape, kidnapping charges
Kaylore Michael Fenner RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – A Durham man was arrested Tuesday after Wake County investigators said he repeatedly sexually assaulted a woman and made her withdraw money from several ATMs. Kaylore Michael Fenner, 29, was taken into custody at his Durham home by members of the Technical Operations Division of the Wake County Sheriff’s Office and other local law enforcement agencies.

The Wake County Sheriff’s Office said an investigation revealed that Fenner sexually assaulted the victim on Jan. 12 at the victim’s house. The sheriff’s office said Fenner then broke into the victim’s home and sexually assaulted her over a 24-hour period. Fenner then drove the victim to several ATMs and made her withdraw a total of $1,000 before leaving the area, the sheriff’s office said.




    QUEER-FAGGOT-HOMO-SODOMITE (Black) man faces multiple rape charges, designated 'violent sexual predator'
Adonas Hicks CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A local man, already facing rape charges, is now accused of raping two more people. The indictment filed against Adonas Hicks, 30, labels him a "violent sexual predator". The indictment handed down on Tuesday includes four rape charges and a kidnapping charge. He's accused of raping a woman on Sept. 7 while armed with a gun. He also allegedly held her against her will.

Hicks is accused of forcing a man to have oral sex on Nov. 8, according to the indictment. Hicks was arrested in November, accused of raping another person while armed with a gun on Nov. 13. He's locked up on $500,000 bond on charges of rape, felonious assault and aggravated robbery in that case. He pleaded not guilty to the initial charges but hasn't been in court yet for the most recent accusations.




    Siding with defense, federal judge sentences (Black) heroin addict who fired gun at building full of children to only 11.5 years
Jontae Carlos Sandifer SAN FRANCISCO — A Patterson man who, in 2019, fired a shot into a building full of children rehearsing for a play, was sentenced to 11-and-a-half years in federal prison in a Thursday afternoon court hearing. While the sentence was lengthy, it was technically a victory for the defense; prosecutors argued the defendant, 40-year-old Jontae Sandifer, should have received more than 21 years in federal prison. But after hearing from Sandifer and his attorney, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria agreed to the defense request for an 11-and-a-half-year sentence for the federal charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

“I know I’ve made some very bad choices and decisions that landed me here, but that is not who I am as a person,” Sandifer said in court Thursday, after his attorney argued he was heavily addicted to heroin at the time of the shooting. Sandifer later added, “Before coming to jail I didn’t think or care about being sober. I am now trying to break those chains of addiction.”
SFPD Tenderloin - Aug 13, 2019 - Overnight Tenderloin Officers responding to a call of shots fired near GG/Leavenworth arrested Jontae Carlos Sandifer, 38 of Patterson CA. He is booked on multiple firearm & drug charges including being a felon is possession and PFS of heroin. $1,867 cash also seized.




    MUSLIM Son of Yaser Said, FBI Ten Most Wanted 'honor killings' suspect, pleads guilty to concealing him
Islam Said, left, has pleaded guilty this week to helping his father, Yaser, right, The son of an FBI Ten Most Wanted fugitive sought for the "honor killings" of his teenage daughters has pleaded guilty to helping his father evade law enforcement for more than 12 years, prosecutors say. Islam Yaser-Abdel Said, a 32-year-old from Irving, Texas, is now facing up to three decades in federal prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Northern District of Texas.

"Islam Said prioritized the whims of his father, an alleged killer, over justice for his own sisters," U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah said in a statement. "Thanks to the dogged work of the FBI and its law enforcement partners, however, Mr. Said’s efforts were ultimately in vain." His wife, Patricia "Tissie" Owens, told Fox News that her 63-year-old husband had become upset after learning that his daughters Amina and Sarah, ages 18 and 17, respectively, had started dating non-Muslims.




    BANG BANG BANGLADESHI NYC subway perv arrested again, accused of masturbating on train
Fnu Kamruzzaman A subway perv who allegedly masturbated in front of a woman aboard a Queens train was arrested last week, police announced Wednesday. Fnu Kamruzzaman, 30, allegedly touched himself on a northbound E train as it was arriving at the Court Square subway station on Jan. 5, authorities said.

The woman had snapped a photo of the sicko and reported him to police. Kamruzzaman was charged with public lewdness.

The incident from earlier this month is not the first time Kamruzzaman has been accused of a sex crime on the subway in Queens. In August 2017, he was charged with forcible touching and sex abuse for allegedly exposing himself and rubbing his genitals on a 36-year-old off-duty female cop on the 7 train in Sunnyside.

Kamruzzaman Last Name Facts Where Does The Last Name Kamruzzaman Come From?
The last name Kamruzzaman (Bengali: কামরুজ্জামান) is more commonly found in Bangladesh than any other country/territory.

Police arrest man who groped cop and ran shirtless through Sunnyside - Aug. 6, 2017

Round em up - ship em out!   -----   SEND THEM ALL BACK!




    Creepy smelly feely China Biden issues executive order promoting sexual deviants and perverts
(and child molesters)
Biden sparks TERF war with gender discrimination order

Biden opens up all women's and girl's bathrooms to male sexual deviants pretending to be female.




    Anti-american democrat toad demands ‘army of citizen snitches’ monitor and report Trump supporters, calling them domestic terrorists
WASHINGTON, DC- 'China' Joe Biden might want to speak with his far-left mob if he has any prayers for “unity.” Of course, he could start by telling Schumer and the rest of the Senate Democrats to lose this impeachment nonsense. Oh, and he could probably also try to reign in his sycophants in the media. He might also want to let the leftists in his own party know as well.

Breitbart reports that a recent video by Don Winslow, who is apparently a novelist (who knew?) and left-wing activist who is calling upon his fellow lefties to become “cyber detectives” whose mission is to stalk Trump supporters for the purposes of reporting them to authorities for…something. Winslow compares his “mission” to that of an “army of citizens” which helped lead to the capture of that rascal Osama bin Laden.

What an unadulterated ass.

[NNN forum thread:] CW2: Winslow incites Activist demands ‘army of citizen detectives’ monitor & report Trump supporters




    Seattle Antifa rioters damage "Holy" first Starbucks in Biden protest
Antifa-Terrorists Antifa militants upset over President Joe Biden's inauguration damaged a number of businesses during a chaotic night in Seattle, including the first Starbucks, a tourist attraction that draws coffee lovers to the historic site.

At one point, a group dressed in all black set a large American flag ablaze and smashed several windows. The chaos came as similar riots occurred in Portland, Ore., where mobs vandalized the Democratic Party of Oregon's headquarters and other structures.




  ‘Guilty Of Murder’: Mississippi Bill Would Make It A Felony To ‘Cause An Abortion’





  Tierny REAL News Network Updates


  • Tidbits - extracted from daily briefing....

    Well, contrary to all the "trust the plan" people who said Trump was planning a military shake down & mass arrests on January 19-20th, Biden was inaugurated on a 38 degree day in DC with 35 MPH winds in front of 2,000 masked bandits, 50,000 armed troops, barbed wire fences & an empty mall. The world was watching this? How embarrassing for America. Pelosi wanted soldiers with machine guns but Trump's military wouldn't let it go that far.

    Bill Clinton fell asleep and the rest of the DC crowd looked miserable. The only one who was smiling was Ilhan Omar. The inauguration was so boring that YouTube delisted it. The only violence was from BLM-ANTIFA, as usual, as they rioted and destroyed Democrat offices around the country. The Democrats paid BLM-ANTIFA to be their Gestapo & foot soldiers & burn down our cities and now they're turning on the Democrats. That's how Communists work.

    After it was over, the guests hugged & kissed & shook hands in violation of their own social distancing guidelines. Then Biden appeared maskless at the Lincoln Memorial after demanding the rest of America mask up on Federal property. The moment Trump was not President, they all started to show their true colors. They're the Fascists, not Trump. They're the hypocrites, not Trump. They're the liars, not Trump. I can't help but believe this is part of God's plan. Burning off the charade to expose the evil beneath. The DEVIL is in the DETAILS.

    Meanwhile, President Trump thanked the media outside the White House while leaving on Marine One for Joint Base Andrews. There, he was received with military fan fare. He gave a 10 minute speech to thousands of friends and supporters, highlighted his accomplishments, thanked his family, supporters, Pence, Meadows and ended with: "You are amazing. I'll be back in some form. Have a good life & see you soon."

    Then Trump got on Air Force One and flew to Mar-A-Lago where he was greeted by miles of supporters waving flags & chanting USA USA USA while enjoying one of his highest approval ratings ever from Rasmussen polling - 51% - considered the most accurate long-term pollster in America. BTW, Obama had a 44% approval rating, at his low point, for comparison.

    In the end, the ONLY person in DC who acted with dignity & grace was President Trump. By refusing to attend the inauguration, he refused to play along and affirm a fraudulent election. The world is watching.

    Then Communist China announced “Good Riddance, Donald Trump!” on their official Twitter page and Iran's Ayatollah declared "Trump the tyrant is gone!" The Communist EU leadership is cheering. So, the terrorists who hate America are happy Biden's in the White House!




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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: 28-year-old black charged with capital murder in 2020 slaying of White woman found dead on Birmingham porch
Delvin Lamar Hunter A 28-year-old man has been charged in the previously unsolved slaying of a woman killed just over one year ago in Birmingham. Delvin Lamar Hunter is being held in the Jefferson County Jail on multiple charges, including capital murder in the Jan. 4, 2020 shooting death of 32-year-old Stacey Flournoy, court records show. He is also charged with attempted murder in the wounding of Deangelo Barrett who was shot at the same time as Flournoy.

Birmingham police officers were on patrol when they heard shots fired about 10 p.m. that Sunday. They found Flournoy on the front porch of a home at 3838 39th Court at 10:21 p.m. She was taken to UAB Hospital where she was pronounced dead at 11:09 p.m. Barrett survived. According to court records made public Tuesday, Flournoy was shot with a pistol while she was in a vehicle, which makes the charge a capital case.

The new warrants were served on Hunter Jan. 16, but he’s been in the jail since September when he was arrested by Trussville police on drug trafficking charges. In that case, police received a Flock camera notification of a stolen license plate and then found the vehicle at an Edwards Lake Road gas station. Officers also hundreds of Adderall and Oxycodone pills, as well as marijuana. Because of his criminal history, his bond in that case was set at more than $2 million. Hunter has been arrested on at least 20 criminal charges since 2011 including robbery, attempted murder and kidnapping. In 2012 he pleaded guilty to attempted murder and was sentenced to 10 years in prison with two to serve.

"COINCIDENTALLY" - there is a black man named "Deangelo Barrett" charged with murder last year in Birmingham
Deangelo Barrett




    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Black Bay Area sex offender accused of DUI homicide of White woman
Dominik Oshay Cash Dawn Ritter A Marin County sex offender was arrested on allegations of killing a driver in an intoxicated crash. Dominik Oshay Cash, 27, of Sacramento remained in custody at the Yuba County Jail on Tuesday in lieu of $1 million bail.

The crash happened at about 11:15 p.m. Friday on Highway 70 in Marysville. Cash was driving south at more than 100 mph and weaving over the double yellow line, the California Highway Patrol reported. Cash drove through a red light and crashed into the side of a car going through the intersection, the CHP said. The impact killed the other driver, Dawn Ritter, 55, of Marysville.

The Yuba County District Attorney’s Office filed eight counts against Cash on Tuesday, including murder, intoxicated driving, reckless evasion and hit-and-run driving. He was arraigned Tuesday afternoon, assigned to a public defender and pleaded not guilty. Cash has a lengthy criminal record. In 2019, he pleaded guilty to rubbing against a 16-year-old girl and exposing himself to her in the cosmetics aisle of the Rite Aid at Corte Madera Town Center.

Dawn Ritter - Facebook Page - [graphic finger]

[NNN forum thread:] Marysville, CA WF, 55 dies in intoxicated crash by sex offending negro

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: White Woman Shot During Aurora Carjacking Faces Long Road After Undergoing First Surgery
black suspect Kim Weibring A woman shot during a carjacking in Aurora on Saturday is facing a long road to recovery, but remains smiling and upbeat, according to her stepfather. Kim Weibring, 47, underwent the first of what could be many surgeries Tuesday after police said she was pulled out of her vehicle in a Wendy’s parking lot and shot by a carjacker.

A friend said Weibring has no feeling from the waist down and a bullet is lodged in her back. Weibring's stepfather, John Reincke, said she had dropped off her boys at his house Saturday afternoon and was planning to return that evening.

“We’re getting a call that Kim’s at the hospital. She’d been shot and she’d been in a carjacking. So it’s like, ‘oh my God,’ it shows you how life could change in an instant,” Reincke said. The Aurora Police Department is searching for her 2015 red Hyundai Santa Fe, with Illinois license plate AE89203.

AURORA POLICE ARREST AND CHARGE MAN IN CONNECTION TO HOMICIDE ON CITY’S EAST SIDE Update: AURORA POLICE INVESTIGATING ARMED CARJACKING THAT LEFT AN INNOCENT WOMAN SHOT Aurora Police are investigating an armed carjacking that left a woman shot and in critical condition on the city’s west side on Saturday.

At 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, Aurora Police’s 911 Telecommunications Center received numerous calls for reports of a shooting and a carjacking in the Wendy’s parking lot in the 1200 block of North Orchard Road. When officers arrived, they found a woman on the ground in the parking lot suffering from injuries. Aurora Fire Department paramedics arrived on the scene and immediately transported the woman to an Aurora area hospital.

Officers began interviewing potential witnesses and learned the woman was sitting in her car eating a meal while she was parked in the Wendy’s parking lot when at least two male black suspects pulled up in a black Ford Escape, surrounded her vehicle, forcibly pulled her out of her vehicle, shot her in the back and then stole her vehicle. The woman remains in critical condition but is expected to survive. The woman was transferred to a Chicago area trauma center for further treatment.

Mother Of Two May Be Paralyzed For Life After Being Shot During Carjacking In Aurora, Family Says

[NNN forum thread:] WF, 47 Shot During Aurora, IL Negro Carjacking Faces Long Road After Undergoing First Surgery

(Black-on-White)




    (Black) NYPD cop to face hearing in fatal 2016 off-duty road-rage incident
Wayne Isaacs A veteran NYPD cop was hit with charges by the city’s Civilian Complaint Review Board on Tuesday over a fatal 2016 road-rage incident. Wayne Isaacs, who was cleared of second-degree murder charges at a jury trial over the incident in 2017, will now face a CCRB hearing for the fatal shooting of Delrawn Small.

Isaacs shot and killed Small on July 4, 2016 in East New York — testifying at his trial that he thought Small “was going to kill me.” But in October, the CCRB, the NYPD’s watchdog, announced it was recommending disciplinary charges against Isaac.

Those charges were filed Tuesday, with the board saying it will seek second-degree assault charges against the veteran cop. “Police Officer Isaacs has already been acquitted by a jury of his peers and cleared by the NYPD Force Investigation Division,” Lynch said. “This attempt to take a third bite at the apple has nothing to do with justice.”




    (Black) LESBIAN Gay US woman, partner to be deported after calling Bali ‘queer friendly’
Kristen Antoinette Gray A self-described “digital nomad” who moved to Bali from Los Angeles is being deported with her girlfriend after promoting the resort island as a low-cost, “queer friendly” place for foreigners to live. Kristen Antoinette Gray, who arrived on the Indonesian island in January 2020 and ended up staying through the coronavirus pandemic, posted a series of tweets comparing Bali to LA that went viral. Gray, who is black, wrote that she was enjoying “an elevated lifestyle at a much lower cost of living” — adding that the popular tourist destination is “queer friendly” and home to a big “black in Bali community.”

“For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections:
for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature:”




    (Black) Conway man arrested in Friday armed robbery
Tymir Akim Vereen CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – A Conway man is facing charges after police say he and a juvenile robbed a person at gunpoint. On Friday, police responded to the area of 1026 Pine Street in connection to a call of an armed robbery, according to arrest warrants.

When there, officers learned that Tymir Akim Vereen, 18, and a juvenilewalked up to a vehicle and pointed a gun at the driver, demanding everything he had, according to police. Vereen and the juvenile, according to police, were able to walk away with a handgun, $65 in cash and several vape pens.

Vereen is being charged with armed robbery, unlawful carrying of pistol, unlawful sale or delivery of pistol, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and kidnapping. He was released on a $25,000 bond.




    Police: Woman Bitten, Robbed By (Black) Men After Argument At Harlem Liquor Store
black suspects NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police say a woman was assaulted and robbed by three people after an argument at a liquor store in Harlem. The incident happened just before 6 p.m. Monday on West 128th Street near Frederick Douglass Boulevard.

According to police, two men approached a 31-year-old woman inside a liquor store and got into an argument with her. When the woman left the store, police say the two men followed her outside and were joined by a third man.

The men then allegedly assaulted the woman, kicking her multiple times. One man allegedly bit the woman on her forehead. Police say the men took the woman’s iPhone and ran off. The woman was taken to a local hospital in stable condition. She suffered a bite mark with broken skin to her face, along with other pain and bruising.




    (Black) Man charged after allegedly dragging and raping homeless woman who later died in Pomona
black suspect victim name A homeless man has been charged after allegedly dragging and raping a homeless woman who appeared to be sick and later died in Pomona, officials announced Tuesday. Jerome Perrin, 42, was charged with one count each of kidnapping to commit rape, rape of an unconscious or asleep person, oral copulation of an unconscious or asleep person and sexual penetration of an unconscious or asleep person, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

The incident occurred on Jan. 11, when Perrin found the victim in a back lot along the 2000 block of South Garey Avenue. Prosecutors say he dragged the 35-year-old woman to a dark location where he allegedly raped her, covered her in a blanket and left.

The victim later died and her body was discovered the next day, officials said. The victim has not been identified and her cause of death has not been released.

Update: The woman — identified by the coroner’s office as 34-year-old Shaday Olais — was found dead the next day behind the Rio Rancho Mall.
Pomona police officials believe the victim and suspect may have known each other.

[VINELINK - OFFENDER DATABASE has confirmed that the race of the suspect is BLACK

[NNN forum thread:] Negro charged after dragging and raping unconscious homeless woman who later died in Pomona, CA




    Unhinged (Black) man pummels mom, son on Brooklyn subway: cops
unhinged nigger An unhinged man pummeled a mother and son in an unprovoked attack on a Brooklyn train last week, cops said. The 55-year-old woman was on a 2 train with her 21-year-old son at the Franklin Avenue station in Crown Heights just after 8 a.m. Jan. 10 when the suspect suddenly hit her multiple times on the head and body, authorities said.

Then he turned his attention to the woman’s son, striking him repeatedly as well, police said. The suspect took off after the assault. Cops released a photo late Monday of him inside Atlantic Terminal after the incident.

Both mother and son refused medical attention for swelling and bruising, cops said.




    (Black) Monroe County legislator acknowledges sending explicit photo to woman who says he sexually harassed her
Ernest Flagler-Mitchell Lakaya Sinclair ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Hours after local leaders celebrated the reactivation of Rochester's NAACP chapter Saturday morning, the chapter's president and Monroe County Legislator Ernest Flagler-Mitchell acknowledged sending an explicit photo "intended for my wife to an individual I was working with." Flagler-Mitchell sent the photo to a then-19-year-old woman, who issued a statement Saturday addressed to county legislators, claiming he sexually harassed her and has reported the incident to authorities.

In her statement, LaKaya Sinclair says she first met Flagler-Mitchell after the Pennsylvania Avenue mass shooting in Sept. 2020. "I am asking for his resignation so that he does not continue to use his seat and abuse his power and am asking this body to formally investigate this matter," Sinclair said. Read her statement in its entirety below.

BLACK County Legislator Ernest Flagler-Mitchell sent a sexually explicit photo to a female victim of a mass shooting.
Lakaya Sinclair said Flagler-Mitchell, who represents her district, sent her an unsolicited explicit photograph on Nov. 24. Flagler-Mitchell admitted to sending the dirty photo in a statement he issued Saturday, but he said it was a mistake... Sinclair said she didn't believe his explanation.. Sinclair and Flagler-Mitchell met in September after the shooting on Pennsylvania Avenue where 14 people were wounded and two people were killed. She hosted the party.




    (Black) Man charged after trying to break into ex-girlfriend’s Gary home; shooting at daughter trying to leave
Aaron Arnell White A man faces charges after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend’s Gary home, later shooting at a pickup as her daughter tried to leave, charging documents allege. Aaron Arnell White, 34, currently of Merrillville, is charged with four counts of attempted murder, two counts of stalking and six counts of criminal recklessness, Lake Superior court records show.

His ex-girlfriend told police she was sleeping around 7 a.m. Dec. 21 on the 5000 block of Connecticut Street when her phone beeped, showing White walking up to the home on a security camera. After they broke up Nov. 20, he tried to “set her on fire,” documents show. She had filed a protection order Nov. 30, records show.




    (Black) Man arrested, charged with rape
Decorelle Jermaine Demiel Suffolk Police have arrested a man following their investigation of an alleged rape that occurred the evening of Jan. 17 at a Suffolk residence. Decorelle Jermaine Demiel, age 35, of Suffolk, was arrested Jan. 19, on charges including taking sale/distribute marijuana; and purchase alcohol for unauthorized person. The alleged incidents in question involved a known juvenile female. He is currently being held without bond at Western Tidewater Regional Jail. The investigation remains ongoing at this time.




    (blacks) arrested in Myrtle Beach shooting that injured one; bond denied
Harold Taylor, Anthony Taylor, and Josiah Dinkins (Courtesy: Myrtle Beach Jail) MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — Three people were arrested in a Myrtle Beach shooting that left one person injured Tuesday morning, according to Master Cpl. Tom Vest with Myrtle Beach police. Harold Taylor, 21, of Myrtle Beach, Anthony Taylor, 20, of Carolina Forest, and Josiah Noel Dinkins, 21, of Charlotte, North Carolina, were all arrested, according to police.

Police used the city cameras to track down two suspects within 35 minutes of the shooting, Vest said. A third suspect was arrested Wednesday. Detectives said there was an argument at about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at a restaurant in the area of 4th Avenue North when the three suspects chased the victim and then shot him.




    Psychologist testifies that (naturally low-IQ black killer) 31, charged in 2009 cold case killing has mental disability
Dominique Karion Smith A Portage man charged in a 2009 homicide in a case that had gone cold until a tipster came forward to police almost nine years later has the intellectual capability of a third-grader and an IQ that places him in the range of someone with an intellectual disability, a clinical psychologist said during a court hearing this week. Stanley Lelek, a clinical psychologist with a practice in Valparaiso, testified about his July examination of Dominique Karion Smith, 31. Smith was charged in November 2018 with murder in the May 15, 2009, shooting of Jeremiah Higgins, 27, at Canden Apartments in Portage.

Smith scored a 57 on the intelligence test, Lelek said, in the lowest 5% of those who take the test. An average score is 90 to 109, he added, and anything below a 70 would indicate mental disability. “Based on an IQ of 57, I would estimate him at approximately a third grade level,” Lelek said under questioning from Bob Harper, Smith’s defense attorney.




    (Black) Man wanted for 6-year-old’s murder surrenders to police=
Latravion Heard-McMillion KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) — A man wanted on a murder charge in the death of his 6-year-old stepson turned himself in Monday, authorities say. Latravion Heard-McMillion is being held at the Kalamazoo County Jail without bond, the sheriff’s department said.

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety had been looking for Heard-McMillion since December in connection to the death of his stepson, Jaylen Worthington. Jaylen, 6, was hospitalized Dec. 14 and died Dec. 23. Authorities say the injuries that led to Jaylen’s death were caused by his stepfather.






    (Black) 31-year-old man charged with murder, kidnapping in Jan. 3 shooting on north side
William Ballard William Ballard is facing murder charges after police found James Greenberg, 35, suffering from gunshot wounds in the 2000 block of West Coil Street nearly three weeks ago. Greenberg was pronounced dead at the scene.

Ballard has also been charged with criminal confinement and kidnapping while armed with a deadly weapon, kidnapping committed by using a vehicle, unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, intimidation with a weapon and domestic battery, according to charging documents.






    HISPANIC Murder suspect escapes from Monterey County Jail
SALINAS, CA — A suspect awaiting trial in a Greenfield murder case escaped the Monterey County Jail Monday afternoon, according to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office.

Luis Armando Sarabia, 23, was arrested in January 2019 in connection to the death of Charles Adolfo Jose. According to the Sheriff’s Office, Sarabia is a 22-year-old Hispanic man, who stands at 5-foot-10 and weighs about 240 pounds.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECT




    HISPANIC Man arrested after woman allegedly discovers he was searching for child pornography on phone
IONA — Deputies arrested an Iona man who they say tried to cover up a child pornography habit. Marco Antonio Hernandez-Maldonado, 26, is charged with felony child pornography and felony destruction of evidence.

The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office began investigating him after a woman discovered his search history and contacted authorities, according to an affidavit of probable cause obtained by EastIdahoNews.com. In October 2020, Hernandez-Maldonado arrived at the Bonneville County Courthouse and told investigators that while surfing the internet for car parts, he received an “FBI warning box” on his phone stating there is pornography on it. Hernandez-Maldonado denied searching for the sexually exploitive images and he gave his phone to deputies.

Investigators uncovered searches and web history of someone looking at child pornography on the phone all the way back until 2018. Someone on the phone had also accessed a database of webcam child pornography in 2018.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECT




    HISPANIC Woman charged for allegedly shoving straphanger into moving train
The woman who randomly shoved a fellow straphanger into a moving train at a Manhattan subway station has been charged with attempted murder, authorities said Wednesday.

Linda Chavez, 33, of Queens, allegedly pushed the 31-year-old victim into a 6 train arriving at the Lexington Avenue/59th Street station around 5:40 p.m. Tuesday, cops said. The victim struck the first train car and fell back onto the platform, suffering an arm injury, authorities said.

Chavez was busted at the scene and now faces attempted murder and assault charges. The victim was hospitalized in stable condition.




  Coatesville Police: Hispanic 30-Year-Old Man Arrested After Breaking Windows To Gain Entry Into St. Cecilia’s Church
COATESVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — A 30-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly breaking the windows of a Coatesville church to force his way inside the building.

Police say avid Flores-Rivera broke into St. Cecilia’s Church, located at 99 N. 6th Ave., just before 2 a.m. Wednesday. Arriving officers found signs of forced entry at the church, including broken windows and Flores-Rivera was located inside. Flores-Rivera was taken into custody on trespassing and other related offenses.




  British Muslim woman Zahra Badri knowingly transported a minor from the U.S. for the purpose of female genital cutting
(RNS) — A Texas woman is facing the first-ever indictment for transporting a child outside the U.S. for female genital cutting, according to federal authorities. The indictment alleges Zahra Badri, a 39-year-old British Muslim woman residing in Houston, knowingly transported a minor from the U.S. in foreign commerce for the purpose of female genital cutting between July and October 2016.

The indictment was announced Wednesday (Jan. 13) by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas. Badri is expected to appear before a U.S. magistrate judge soon. “Female genital mutilation is child abuse,” U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick said in a statement. “The long term damage, both physically and physiologically, is well documented. Unnecessary medical procedures on children will not be tolerated.”

While female genital cutting has been illegal in the U.S. for about 25 years, officials said it was the first time the Department of Justice has brought charges against an individual under the 2013 provision that criminalizes transporting a minor outside U.S. borders for this purpose, a process sometimes called “vacation cutting.”

Female genital mutilation or cutting, also known as FGM/C or female circumcision, refers to the removal of the external female genitalia, in part or in whole, or other deliberate injury to genitalia without a medical reason. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 513,000 U.S. females — from a variety of religious and ethnic backgrounds — are at risk of undergoing cutting.




    (Jewish?) NJ teacher, Rosenbaum, arrested after allegedly homo-sexting 14-year-old boy
A New Jersey middle school teacher was arrested on Tuesday for having sexual conversations with a boy he thought was 14-years-old, a report said. Jesse Rosenbaum, 65 — who teaches science and special education at Long Branch Middle School — was charged with attempted endangering the welfare of a child for soliciting minors to engage in sex acts, NJ.com reported.

Rosenbaum was busted near his home in Manalapan after an undercover sting revealed he had sent sexually explicit messages to a person the thought was 14-years-old, the outlet reported citing the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office.

Rosenbaum Surname - HIGHEST DENSITY IN: Israel




    Anti-Biden Antifa attack Portland police officers forcing cops to retreat
Tweet - Andy Ngô · 1h Portland: Watch shocking footage of #antifa smashing up the Democratic Party of Oregon headquarters. They bring weapons while their comrades use umbrellas to block surveillance video. Other video clips show people holding banners that read: "We are ungovernable" and "We don't want Biden"




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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: 'It is a dark day in our city' | TPD officer dies following standoff in central Toledo
Christopher A. Harris Ofc. Brandon Stalker TOLEDO, Ohio — A Toledo police officer has died after both he and a suspect in the arson and vandalism of Rosary Cathedral were shot in a standoff Monday afternoon. The police department held a news conference just hours after the incident, in which the officer was identified as 24-year-old Officer Brandon Stalker.

The autopsy from the Lucas County Coroner's Office on Tuesday said Stalker's cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head. Kral said Stalker, while not married, did have a fiancé and a young child. Family friends of Stalker confirmed to WTOL 11 that he had a 7-year-old daughter and a 3-month-old son who was born on Oct. 15, 2020.

Stalker also leaves behind his partner in the force, Mitchell Vanderhorst, according to family friends. "It is a dark day in our city and a dark time in our community," Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz said.

A GoFundMe has been created by the same individual who ran the fundraiser for the family of slain TPD Officer Anthony Dia. It can be accessed by clicking this link.

Toledo Police Chief George Kral said there was a warrant out for a suspect's arrest in relation to the Our Lady, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral fire and vandalism that occurred early Monday morning. A series of warrants shows that suspect to be Christopher A. Harris, 27.

Toledo police later confirmed Harris as the suspect involved in the Rosary Cathedral incident and the standoff in a press release sent early Tuesday. Harris fired at officers during the standoff, striking Stalker, according to Toledo police. He was shot by police on scene and pronounced dead at the hospital.

According to Toledo Municipal Court documents, a warrant was issued for Harris for spray painting "Jesus is black" and "black" multiple times on Rosary Cathedral on Collingwood Boulevard on Monday morning. He is also accused of pouring a flammable liquid on the doors of the cathedral and lighting it. There was damage to the doors but not the inside of the cathedral.

On a separate warrant filed Monday, Harris is also accused of spray painting the inside of his previous apartment at 2062 N. 14th St. in Toledo on Jan. 8. The same message painted on the cathedral was found on the Facebook page of a "Danny Love," which is a known alias of Harris.

For the two incidents, Harris faced charges of ethnic intimidation, two vandalism and two aggravated arson charges. A Facebook page of "Danny Love" contained a posting from the morning of the shooting: "Jesus is Black though." There were also several posts referencing a standoff with police.

(suspect alias) "Danny Love - (A Messenger from God)" on facebook

Mother says standoff gunman struggled with mental health

[NNN forum thread:] WM Toledo, OH police officer, 24 dies following standoff with also dead negro

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    (Black) School custodian accused of molesting 13-year-old, deputies say
Maurice Carter DELAND, Fla. - A custodian supervisor has been arrested on charges of molesting a 13-year-old child while off duty, deputies said on Tuesday. The Volusia County Sheriff's Office says Maurice Carter, 46, was arrested on charges of lewd or lascivious molestation and aggravated child abuse. Deputies say he worked at Starke Elementary School.

Deputies say they responded to Carter's home in DeLand on Sunday after an altercation was reported. Witnesses reportedly told deputies that Carter was intoxicated and saw him fondling and kissing the body of the 13-year-old victim.




    (Black) Man accused of fatally shooting a University City woman in the head with her baby nearby
Andrew Buckingham UPDATED at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with name and charges of the suspected killer. ST. LOUIS COUNTY — A man was charged Tuesday in the shooting death of a University City woman found dead inside a car Monday morning with her infant nearby.

Andrew Buckingham, 31, is charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution. He is being held on $1 million bond. The woman he killed was identified earlier Tuesday as Sharita Brooks, 30, of the 1000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.

Police say Buckingham on Monday went to Brooks' home and had her drive him, with Brooks' 8-month-old daughter in tow, to the 1600 block of Claudine Drive in Spanish Lake. During the trip, police say Brooks called a friend and said she did not feel safe. Moments later, police say, Buckingham shot Brooks multiple times in the head. She was found in the driver's seat of the car, with the car in park and the engine still running, at about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.




    US Marshals Searching For (Black) Rape Suspect Wanted In Muskogee County
Leroy Smith MUSKOGEE COUNTY, Okla. - U.S. Marshals are searching for a rape suspect, wanted in Muskogee County. Investigators said DNA connects Leroy Smith to four rape cases from the 90s.

U.S. Marshals said they found Smith’s car abandoned last week at an apartment complex in Lewisville, Texas. They said they think he is getting help from family members. If you have any information on where he might be, call U.S. Marshals at 1-877-WANTED-2.




    (Black) NIGERIAN Woman tracked down brother's suspected killer, then murdered him
Tityana Coppage KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A Kansas City woman is charged with second-degree murder after police say she tracked down the man suspected of killing her teenage brother last week and took actions that resulted in his death. Police said she sent a text to her dead brother afterward letting him know she had avenged him.

Tityana Coppage, 21, remains in the Jackson County jail on $200,000 bond. Coppage's brother, 16-year-old Jason Ugwuh, was shot and killed Jan. 10 near Paloma Avenue and Topping Avenue in Kansas City, MO. He was a junior at Hogan Preparatory Academy and a standout basketball player.

Coppage and Ugwuh were also struck by tragedy in 2016 when their younger brother and cousin---Jayden Ugwuh and Montell Ross---were shot and killed while sleeping in their home at 57th Street and College Avenue. Someone had shot into the house, killing the boys, who were 8 and 9 years old. That case remains unsolved.

NOTE: the surname "UGWUH" IS NIGERIAN

Round em up - ship em out!   -----   SEND THEM ALL BACK!




    Community member’s phone call with (Black) capital murder suspect leads to Birmingham gas station slaying arrest, police say
Lawrence Eaton The suspect in the shooting death of a man found in a vehicle abandoned at a Birmingham gas station has now been formally charged. Birmingham police on Tuesday announced a capital murder warrant against Lawrence Earl Eaton. The 29-year-old man is charged in the slaying of Timothy Hall, 39.

Hall was found dead Sunday after a bizarre series of events on the city’s east side. The investigation began at 2:45 a.m. when East Precinct officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 62nd Street South in the Woodlawn area after Shot Spotter, the city’s gunfire detection system, indicated shots fired there. Police arrived on the scene and found spent shell casings as well as blood, but no victim, said spokesman Officer Truman Fitzgerald.
Later, police received a call from a community member who said they were on the phone with someone who may have been connected to the gunfire incident.




    (Black) Suspect in Dothan murder arrested in Montgomery
Christian De-Andre McCallister, DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The Dothan Police Department has arrested a man in the murder of Willis Rambo Jr. Sunday, according to a new release. Police found the suspect — Christian De-Andre McCallister, 19, of Montgomery — after identifying persons of interest while reviewing video evidence taken from the scene and interviewing evidence.

McCallister was located in Montgomery Monday after being arrested on unrelated warrants. He was taken back to Dothan, and after being interviewed by investigators, he was charged with murder.




    Mohamed murders Mohamed - (Black) Mohamed arrested in connection with fatal stabbing in Scarborough
Guled Mohamad Victim Mohamed Jeylani, a Minnesota man, died in hospital earlier this week.
Toronto police have arrested a man in connection with the city's first homicide of the year. Police say a 25-year-old American man, Mohamed Jeylani, of Minnesota, was stabbed to death in Scarborough on Jan. 13.

Emergency crews were called to a residential building in the area of Eglinton Avenue East and Midland Avenue at about 5:10 p.m. last Wednesday. Police say they found Jeylani suffering from a traumatic injury and he was pronounced dead in hospital soon after. Guled Mohamad, 24, has now been arrested. The Toronto man has been charged with second-degree murder.




    (Black) Man facing murder charge after southeast Shelby County shooting
Jaylon Hatch MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Authorities have made an arrest in connection to a deadly shooting in southeast Shelby County over the weekend. According to court records, Jaylon Hatch was charged with first-degree murder following the death of Moasies Hardy on Saturday.

Police said Hatch, Hardy, the homeowner and an unknown man were inside a Belmont Run Cove home recording music when Hatch and the unknown individual pulled out guns and demanded the homeowner open his safe. The man was shaking so bad that he couldn’t open it, resulting in Hatch and the accomplice reportedly opening fire. The homeowner survived and was able to pick Hatch out of a photo lineup, police said.

The second suspect is still at large.




    Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy, K-9 dead following shootout that also killed HISPANIC pursuit suspect
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – A California sheriff’s deputy was killed and another deputy was wounded in a shootout with a suspect who gunned down a K-9 dog before he was fatally shot, authorities said. The gunbattle erupted in Sacramento near a racetrack at the Cal Expo event venue after a vehicle pursuit late Monday, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones said.

The deputy who died was identified as Adam Gibson, a six-year veteran of the department, Jones said. “He leaves behind a wife and an infant child,” the sheriff said. The injured deputy was in stable condition, Jones said.

Jones said the suspect was a man in his 40s but didn’t release his name. He was identified Tuesday as Robert Stephen Calderon by his mother, Jenny Calderon, who talked to the Sacramento Bee. He had a history of criminal activity, drug use and mental illness, according to his family and court records.

Calderon said that her son had been on drugs in the past, and “I think he was bi-polar.” “He saw people coming out of the walls,” she said. “They would come, and they would abuse him. And he was mad at me because he thought I was letting them into his room.”

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECT




    Counterintelligence official warns incoming Biden White House of threat from China
Biden Crime Family A national counterintelligence official warned President-elect Joe Biden that China poses a “more severe” threat to the country than any other American foe and that it will represent one of his administration’s “biggest challenges.”

“From a threat perspective, Russia is a significant adversary particularly with regard to cyber intrusions, malign influence, and sowing discord in our democracy,” Bill Evanina, director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, told Fox News.

“However, no country poses a broader, more severe intelligence collection threat to America than China.”

China’s campaign to influence foreign countries extends from collecting data, to economic espionage, to trying to affect the supply chain and infrastructure — efforts that have been intensifying in recent years.

“Specifically, in the last year, with respect to the death of George Floyd, COVID, the vaccine, the election process — we saw foreign adversaries, including China, working diligently to expose and amplify discourse in the U.S.,” Evanina said, ​noting how the Chinese Communist Party has ramped up its media presence to “continue to stoke the fire and sow discourse in America.”

Are the Biden's corrupt crime family's dealings with the Chinese Communist Conspiracy a great security threat to most Americans?




    U.S. Senate Republican leader McConnell says Trump 'provoked' Jan. 6 riot
Mitch McConnell, Chinese Wife Elaine Chao WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump, a fellow Republican, of provoking the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. “The mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people,” McConnell said in a speech on the Senate floor.

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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has outed himself as a RINO taking the false propaganda narrative of the Democrat-socialist party under the influence of the Chinese Communist Conspiracty
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Mitch McConnell's Chinese Wife Elaine Chao Financially Tied to the Chinese Government
Breitbart News senior contributor Peter Schweizer on Sunday detailed how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and his wife Elaine Chao are financially tied to the Chinese Communist Party.

Schweizer said on Fox News Channel’s “The Next Revolution” that McConnell’s “position on China has softened over the years,” which he argued is due to the growing relationship between the Chinese government and the Chao’s company.

“Really, it goes to the fact that Mitch McConnell and Elaine Chao, his wife, are financially tied to the Chinese government,” Schweizer outlined. “And it comes through the shipbuilding company that Elaine Chao’s family owns. That relationship was forged in December of 1993 when James Chao, Elaine Chao’s father, Elaine Chao, and the new son-in-law, Senator Mitch McConnell, visited Beijing, China, at the invitation of the China state shipbuilding corporation.

This was a coup to Beijing because Tiananmen square had happened just four years earlier. Very few high officials went there. The result of that meeting and the deals that followed is that today the Chinese government finances the construction of the ships for the shipbuilding company, they build the ships, they provide the crews for the ship, and they provide the cargo for the ship. So, the Chinese government could pull the plug tomorrow on this business. And the reason they’re doing business with them, let’s make it clear, is because Mitch McConnell is a very powerful figure in Washington, D.C. And the problem is, Steve, that his position on China has softened over the years the closer that this commercial relationship has become, and he’s a direct beneficiary of what this business does.”

According to Schweizer, this is the “strategy” of the Chinese government across the globe.

“They seek out political elites and give them commercial deals,” Schweizer stated.

“They are wedded to the Chinese,” he added. “They don’t want to anger the Chinese because they could destroy their families financially.”




    WHAT U.S. CONGRESS PERSON HAD A CHINESE SPY MISTRESS?
Eric Swalwell Eric Swalwell and his chinese spy mistress Fang Fang A Democratic congressman who sits on an influential intelligence committee is refusing to say whether he had a sexual relationship with a supporter whom US intelligence suspected was a Chinese spy.

Eric Swalwell, 40, a former presidential candidate who has represented a Californian district since 2013, was close to Fang Fang, or Christine Fang, a Chinese woman who has been accused of targeting up-and-coming local politicians as part of a Beijing spying operation lasting from 2011 until 2015, when she left the country.

Swalwell scandal - Nancy Pelosi must be made to answer ...

Rep. Eric Swalwell refused to say if he had sex with a ...

Powerful Dem Senator Had 'Chinese Spy' On Staff For Years ...

List of Chinese spy cases in the United States - Wikipedia




    U.S. Charges Political Scientist With Acting as Iranian Agent
Kaveh Afrasiabi A political scientist who has taught at Boston University and other U.S. schools has been arrested on charges he acted as an unregistered foreign agent for Iran. Iranian-born Kaveh Afrasiabi, a permanent resident of the U.S., was arrested Sunday at his home in Watertown, Massachusetts, was charged with conspiracy to act as an unregistered foreign agent in a scheme that dated back to 2007, according to a criminal complaint unsealed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday.

Prosecutors charged Afrasiabi with attempting to influence U.S public opinion on Iran’s behalf during appearances with U.S. news media as an expert on Iran’s nuclear policy.




    BIDEN PUPPET PANDERS TO SEXUAL PERVERTS AND DEVIANTS - PICKS TRANS JEW FOR COUP TEAM
WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden has tapped Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine to be his assistant secretary of health, leaving her poised to become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

[NNN forum thread:] Rachel Levine tapped for health post, could be first openly transgender fed official

Is Rachel Levine Jewish?

Biden picks transgender Jewish woman as assistant US health secretary

Levine is originally from Wakefield, Massachusetts.[6] "She" is Jewish, grew up attending Hebrew School, and had a bar mitzvah.
While growing up, "she" did not speak to "her" rabbi about LGBT issues.[7]




    LEFT-WING DOMESTIC TERRORISTS carrying BLM signs vandalize CA police station




    Two National Guard members removed from inauguration duty over militia ties: report




    Bernie Sanders mural is defaced in DC in ‘suspected’ hate crime




    MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says products were dropped from major retailers after Biden voter fraud reports






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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Black man in custody after White man murdered in fight
Darry Jackson Redding Jesse Dale Senterfeit AIKEN, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) - The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office says a man is in custody after a shooting in Aiken on Saturday morning. Deputies say they were called to 145 Inez Lane around 3:30 a.m. in response to a person being reportedly injured after an altercation. When they arrived, they say they located 44-year-old Jesse Dale Senterfeit in the back bedroom with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his face. Aiken County EMS took Senterfeit to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead around 4:40 a.m.

Investigators tell News 12 they obtained warrants on 37-year-old Darry Jackson Redding of Windsor, SC for involuntary manslaughter, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and failure to stop for blue lights and siren. Witnesses in the home told investigators they heard at least two gunshots during the altercation, and that Redding ran from the home following the incident. Additional law enforcement units saw a gray Chevy Impala leaving the area of the home at a high speed. Deputies pursued the vehicle until it stopped at the 400-block of Gooseneck road.

Redding was identified as the driver of the fleeing vehicle. He was taken into custody, and later transported to the hospital by Aiken County EMS for what appeared to be a puncture wound underneath his left arm and an apparent gunshot wound to his left wrist. Redding was treated and released.

He was then arrested by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office and taken to the Richmond County Detention Center where he is being held pending extradition.

Jesse Dale Senterfeit, age 44 - (gunmemorial)

[NNN forum thread:] WM, 44 fatally shot in Aiken, SC during altercation with negro

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: 'He had a huge heart': Family mourns death of White convenience store clerk killed by black in robbery
soulless Nigger-demon-killer-in-red-hat  Jordan Hightower A convenience store clerk was found shot dead behind a store counter early Sunday morning in Arlington, police said. Police responded shortly before 5 a.m. to the incident at the E-Z Mart store on the 100 block of East Bardin Road after a customer had gone into the store and found the clerk unresponsive.

The clerk was pronounced dead at the scene from apparent gunshot wounds, police said. Family members later identified the clerk as 30-year-old Jordan Hightower. Hightower was a D-FW native and a graduate of Mansfield High School, his family said. Kristin Reynolds, Hightower's wife of a year, drove to the gas station to pick him up and was then told her husband was dead. On top of that, today is her birthday.

She showed WFAA Hightower's cross necklace. Reynolds said Hightower wore it every day as a reminder of his faith in his salvation. She now vows to wear his cross and his wedding ring every day. "I’m never going to take it off. It holds us together. Without God, we’re not going to make it through."

The family has set up a GoFundMe to pay for Hightower's funeral expenses.
"This was completely one of the most brazen armed robberies I’ve ever seen," said Arlington Police Department Lieutenant Christopher Cook. "Typically a robber will give demands. This suspect gave no warning and just began firing at the clerk." The footage showed a man, pictured below, who police describe as Black with a slim build and long hair. He was wearing a red ball cap, red jacket and a dark-colored shirt when he entered the store around 3:30 a.m.

OJustice for Jordan - help with funeral expenses
Click here if you would like to donate.

[NNN forum thread:] Arlington, TX WM clerk, 30 fatally shot armed robbery by negro

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    VDARE: 23 Dead: December 2020—Another Month In The Death Of White America by Kenn Gividen
[New Nation News editor note: most of these were covered by New Nation News]

The national Main Stream Media largely ignores black-on-white murder, but each month, as long as I can remember, local news outlets have been awash with reports of it. December 2020 was no exception. Most reports failed to profile the suspects and their alleged victims by race. Photographs, however, tell the story: While white-on-black homicides are rare, black-on-white murders are epidemic.

Below are 21 black-on-white incidents reported by local media in December 2020.

Penny Phillips, age 49, fatally stabbed in Florence SC.
Jawan Kavorie Crittenden WHITE VICTIM Phillips was attacked at a city-owned community center where she worked. Arrested after the incident is 18-year-old Jawan Kavorie Crittenden.. Investigators believe the attack was random and say they don’t know why Crittenden attacked Phillips
[Victim identified after stabbed in Florence community park; suspect charged with murder,
wpde.com, by Alexx Altman-Devilbiss, Julia Varnier, Tuesday, December 22, 2020] ********************************************************************************



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TWENTY MORE WHITE VICTIMS OF BLACK KILLERS in December- see details on VDARE article




    Additional (Black) suspect, with criminal history, arrested in Harrisburg barbershop slayings
Cortez Berry Kazarie Middleton and Marquise Harris A third suspect was arrested and charged Wednesday in relation to a double-homicide at a Harrisburg neighborhood barbershop in November. Cortez Berry, 23, was charged with two counts of murder, felony criminal attempt, possession of a firearm during a crime and parole violation in the Nov. 23 deaths of Meguel Freeman, 48, and Wyman K. Scott, 34.

Marquise Harris, 18, and Kazarie Middleton,18, both of Augusta, were arrested in December and each charged with two counts of murder, two counts of criminal attempt armed robbery and two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. Deputies responded to Johnson's Beauty & Barber Salon on Eve Street and found the bodies with gunshot wounds, according to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office. Investigators were able to obtain information that led to the identification of the three suspects in the case.

According to arrest warrants, the three suspects shot and killed Freeman and Scott while attempting to rob the barbershop.

[NNN forum thread:] BLACKS: Additional suspect, with criminal history, arrested in Harrisburg barbershop slayings




    (Man killed in fight at a home in Spartanburg County, Black) suspect arrested
Scottie Leon Wilson SPARTANBURG, S.C. — A man was killed during a fight Fright night at a Spartanburg home, according to Maj. Art Littlejohn with the Spartanburg Police Department. Police and Emergency Management Services responded to a home on Asheville Highway in reference to a fight between two men who lived there, said Littlejohn. According to Littlejohn, the 911 caller told police that during the fight, one man had a gun.

When officers arrived, they found a man unresponsive with trauma to his face, head and torso. Littlejohn said the other man involved left the scene before officers arrived, said Littlejohn. The coroner identified the victim as Charles LeRoy Foster, 58.

According to Littlejohn, Scottie Leon Wilson, 25, of Spartanburg was charged for the murder of Foster.




    Four (Blacks) arrested after N.C. man’s body found in trunk of car during traffic stop in Halifax County
Ralik Robinson, 22, Trevathann Myquan Shearin, 20, Shantron Avondre Person, 20 all of Roanoke Rapids and Deluntae Jaequon Squire, 23 ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. (WNCN) – Four men were arrested after police found the body of a man in the trunk of a car during a traffic stop in Halifax County, the sheriff’s office said. Roanoke Rapids Officer C. Roberts pulled over a car for speeding around 1 a.m., the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office said.

During the stop, Roberts discovered the body of a man in the vehicle’s trunk. The sheriff’s office said the man had been shot to death. The shooting victim was identified as Trevon Quantavius Fields, 23, of Roanoke Rapids.

Halifax County detectives, along with help from Roanoke Rapids police, discovered Fields had likely been killed outside city limits. The investigation led to the arrest of the four men in the vehicle with Fields’ body.

Ralik Robinson, 22, Trevathann Myquan Shearin, 20, Shantron Avondre Person, 20 all of Roanoke Rapids and Deluntae Jaequon Squire, 23 of Halifax were all arrested and each charged with murder.




    Man shot by black during apparent robbery outside business in Minneapolis
black suspect wounded victim A man is reported in critical condition after a shooting in Minneapolis Monday morning. It happened around 7:30 a.m. on the 2900 block of East Franklin Avenue. Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder confirmed the shooting, and said the victim is a 72-year-old man who was taken to Hennepin County Healthcare in critical condition.

Elder said preliminary evidence suggests the victim may have been targeted in an apparent robbery outside of a business. The suspect is described as a Black malein his 20s, 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet tall with a slim build. Police say he was wearing a mask, a black sweater with a white square on the back, a hood and gray pants.

[NNN forum thread:] Daytime Shooting Leaves 72 yo in Critical Condition, Suspook is Black Male




    (Black) Ex-Basketball Coach Charged with Rape of Minor
Christopher Brown A former assistant basketball coach at a tribal college on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation pleaded not guilty today in U.S. District Court in Great Falls to allegations of having sex with a minor about 18 years younger. He also pleaded not guilty to sexual exploitation of a child and transportation of child pornography. Christopher Brown, born in 1988, of Box Elder, was arrested Jan. 28 and charged with sexual abuse of a minor. According to the federal criminal complaint, which includes interviews with Brown and the victim, who was born in 2006, he had sex with the girl six times between July 2018 and November 2019.

A tribal officer patrolling the reservation on Jan. 21 noticed a vehicle parked at the rodeo grounds that evening. The officer thought the situation suspicious and investigated, finding Brown and the victim together, according to the criminal complaint. Since Brown’s arrest, a grand jury returned an indictment on additional charges of sexual exploitation of a child and transportation of child pornography. The indictment was filed Thursday.

The indictment alleges that in January in Hill County, and on the Rocky Boy, Brown sexually exploited a child and used a cell phone to transport an image of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Stone Child College fired Brown the day after his arrest.

“There is no place … for any behavior by any employee that jeopardizes the safety and security of our students and community of Rocky Boy,” school officials said in a press release. If convicted of the most serious crime, Brown faces a mandatory minimum 15 years in prison.




    (Black) man arrested, charged with attempted murder after ‘road rage’ incident on I-55
Markea Simmons YAZOO COUNTY, Miss. (WLBT) - A man has been taken into custody in connection with a shooting that took place on the interstate on Friday, January 15. According to the Mississippi Highway Patrol, a truck driver was on I-55 when a blue Tahoe drove up beside his 18-wheeler and fired several shots into the cab.

The Tahoe then drove off, continuing northbound. The driver of the 18-wheeler received no injuries and immediately pulled over and called 9-1-1.1 Road rage may have played a factor in the shooting, officials said.

Markea Simmons, 25, of Goodman, Mississippi has now been arrested by the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation and has been charged with attempted murder and drive by shooting. He is currently being held at the Yazoo County Correctional Facility and awaits his initial appearance.




    Dallas Police Say (Black) Floyd Lee Gatson III Committed Murder 2 Days Before Christmas, Now They Need Your Help To Find Him
Floyd Lee Gatson III DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas police are searching for the person who they say gunned down a person two days before Christmas. Police are searching for Floyd Lee Gatson III, he is the man they say shot a person to death in the 14000 block of Skyfrost Drive on December 23.

Dallas County Sheriff’s have issued a murder warrant for Gatson. The Dallas Police Department is asking anyone who has information about Gatson’s whereabouts to call 911 and contact homicide detectives at 214-283-4884 or send an email to Detective A. Lopez. Officials warn Gatson is presumed armed and dangerous and should not be approached.




    (Black) 24-year-old man faces first-degree murder charge in Dallas shooting, police say
Isaac Trevino Dallas police announced Sunday they had charged a man in connection to the shooting death of a 22-year-old man earlier this month. Isaac Trevino, 24, confessed to the fatal shooting of Ricardo Xavier Rangelduring an interview with Dallas detectives, police said. He was already in the custody of the Dallas County Sheriff in connection to unrelated charges at the time.




    (Black) Suspect Wanted In Alleged Rape Of Child In Morrisville, Police Say
Shane Ferguson. FALLS TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — Police in Falls Township are searching for a suspect wanted for the rape of a child in Morrisville. Police on Sunday night are asking for the public’s help locating Shane Ferguson. Falls Township Police said Ferguson is believed to be driving a black Infiniti J-X-35.

Police say the vehicle has a Pennsylvania license plate number, L-B-B-1-4-0-9. Police are asking anyone with information about the suspect’s whereabouts to call them.




    (Black) Suspect charged in murder, rape cold case
Kenneth Marshall victim name A pending felony domestic assault case in Lake County, Indiana, recently led local cold case investigators to a man believed to have sexually assaulted three teenage girls, killing one, more than 20 years ago. Kenneth Marshall, 54, of Hammond, Ind., was indicted by a Lucas County grand jury on Thursday for charges of aggravated murder, murder, and felonious assault — all with sexual motivation and repeat violent offender specifications — as well as six counts of rape, with a repeat violent offender specification.

Charges were filed under seal on Thursday as detectives with the Toledo Police Department and Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office Cold Case, Bill Goodlet and Jay Gast, traveled to Hammond, Ind. Marshall was arrested at approximately 8:30 a.m. Friday. After nearly 21 years, cold case investigators were able to link Marshall’s DNA to the April, 2000 murder of a 19-year-old girl. Over the course of six months, he is believed to have also sexually assaulted two other teenage girls, said assistant county prosecutor Michael Bahner, who is also a member of the cold case unit.




    HISPANIC 19-year-old from Palm Springs charged in home invasion torture murder of 78-year-old woman
A 19-year-old from Palm Springs has been arrested in connection with the murder of a 78-year-old woman following a home invasion last week in Riverside. Sixto Jesus Garcia Pena, 19, of Palm Springs was officially charged with the murder of Denise Irene Wong, 78.

The Riverside County District Attorney's office filed one count of first-degree murder and three special circumstance allegations – murder during the commission of a robbery, murder during the commission of a burglary, and torture. The special circumstance allegations make the defendant eligible for the death penalty. District Attorney Mike Hestrin will make a decision on whether to seek the death penalty at a future date.

"This was a random act of cowardice to one of our more vulnerable community members that should have never happened. But now our focus turns to supporting the forthcoming prosecution and standing with the victim’s family in their pursuit of justice," said Riverside Police Chief Larry Gonzalez.




    HISPANIC Kingston man jailed in child rape case
KINGSTON, N.Y. – A city man is accused of raping a child, police said Monday. Jesus Perez-Perez, 39, was charged Sunday with rape and sexual abuse, both felonies, and endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor, according to the Kingston Police Department.

Police said Perez-Perez was sent to the Ulster County Jail in lieu of $100,000 cash bail after being arraigned. The police department said officers responded Sunday to a report of a child having been sexually abused, and they turned the matter over to the Detective Division, which arrested Perez-Perez after an investigation.

Perez-Perez also was charged on an outstanding bench warrant for leaving the scene of property-damage auto accident and driving while intoxicated, police said.

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    Grand jury indicts 2 Maui men in racially-motivated 2014 attack on White man
2-hawaiian-haters HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - A grand jury Friday charged two Maui men with a hate crime, stemming from a racially motivated attack back in 2014. Kaulana Alo Kaonohi and Levi Aki Jr. were initially only given probation for allegedly harassing and attacking Chris Kunzelman and his Uncle when they attempted to move in to a new home in Kahakuloa Village.

[Read a previous report: Victim of Maui beating criticizes authorities for not pursuing hate crime charges] In surveillance video, Kaonohi and Aki told the victims that, “It’s nothing personal, they just have the wrong color skin.”

Kunzelman suffered broken ribs and a huge gash when he was hit with a shovel. If convicted, the two men face up to ten years in prison. “Violence perpetrated towards others on the basis of race is an intolerable form of conduct that we must combat as a law enforcement community and a Nation. My office will do its part to protect the public by holding those who commit hate crimes accountable for their conduct,” said U.S. Attorney Kenji Price.



    Brother of leftist who stormed U.S. Capitol says hundreds of Antifa members started the riot
For weeks now, since the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol Building — and that’s what it was, a riot, not an “insurrection” that was “incited” by President Donald Trump — supporters of the commander-in-chief have been scratching their heads. Why? Because while undoubtedly some of his supporters did breach the Capitol Building, rioting is so very uncharacteristic of his voters and supporters.

For the past four-plus years, in fact, it’s been the far left, the anarchists, and the Black Lives Matter thugs who have rioted all across the country. Last summer, as the COVID-19 pandemic deepened, rioting became a way of life for tens of thousands of Americans. But there were no riots tied to Trump voters and supporters. There were a lot of rallies that were well-attended by the president’s backers. But none of them resulted in riots.

Indeed, Trump supporters were often the victims of attacks by deranged leftists — all of which goes back to the initial point that rioting by Trump supporters just does’t make any sense. It is so out of character. Why, then, the U.S. Capitol? Why now?

It appears as though that riot was instigated by more than 200 Antifa backers, according to the brother of one of them — John Sullivan, a veteran rioter who was already facing charges for engaging in violence during a Salt Lake City protest last summer.




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    WM Philly Grad Shot, Killed by 2 BLACKS, While Walking Dog - arrest made
Josephus Davis 2 killer spooks Milan Loncar PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia man has been charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of Milan Loncar, a 25-year-old Temple University graduate who was killed while walking his dog in Brewerytown on Wednesday night. Philadelphia police announced the arrest of 20-year-old Davis Josephus on Sunday. Josephus is facing a murder charge and related offenses. Police said a second male suspect has been identified in the incident.

Loncar was out walking his dog on Wednesday night when two suspects tried to rob him, then shot him, and ran away, according to police. Loncar called for help, police said, then dropped his phone. Police said when officers arrived at the scene on the corner 31st and Jefferson Streets in Brewerytown just before 7 p.m., Loncar was still holding onto his dog’s leash. The incident was caught on surveillance video.

“This male was on the street with two open felony cases because his bail was reduced from 200k to 12k,” Wood wrote in a tweet. “This is ridiculous and another example of bail decisions that are being made without considering the safety of the community. Consequences matter.”

[NNN forum thread:] Recent Temple Grad Shot, Killed While Walking Dog In Philadelphia’s Brewerytown Neighborhood,

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    (Black) Man Raped Woman at Gunpoint, Filmed Encounter
Jamen Jackson KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) — A Kansas City man has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman at gunpoint after meeting her online. The Jackson County prosecutor's office said Sunday that Jamen Jackson, 23, has been charged with sexual assault and possession of child pornography.

According to court documents, the victim told police that she met Jackson on Jan. 9 at her apartment, and he immediately took out a gun, pointed it at her head and ordered her to perform oral sex on him while he recorded the assault on his phone. Authorities say he then forced the woman to have sex with him. When police interviewed Jackson, he told them the encounter was consensual but investigators said the video on his phone showed the woman crying and looking scared. Similar videos of other women were also found on the phone.

Investigators said they also found several pornographic images of young girls and boys on Jackson's phone.

Black Shawnee man Jamen Jackson charged after 9 vehicles, home broken into in Lenexa - POSTED FEB 2, 2018
A Shawnee, KS, man has been arrested and charged as police believe he is responsible for a rash of 2016 crimes committed in a Lenexa neighborhood. Jamen Jackson, 20, has been charged with nine counts of felony vehicle burglary, one count of felony firearms theft, one count of felony aggravated burglary of a dwelling and one count of felony obstruction of the legal process.




    (Black) MD man charged with October murder in Dover
Deon'te Reaves A Maryland man is in custody after allegedly shooting another man to death in Dover back in October. Deon'te Reaves shot the other man after the two fought on David Hall Road in Rodney Village on October 2nd, Delaware State Police said.

Troopers found the other man's body in a car, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators linked Reaves to the crime, he was charged with first-degree murder and felony firearms possession Friday. Reaves is being held at the Howard Young Prison.






    Suit Filed Against San Jose’s Valley Christian High, (Black) Former Basketball Coach Over Sexual Abuse
Gregory Marshall SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A one-time student at San Jose’s Valley Christian High on Tuesday announced a lawsuit against her former basketball coach and the school itself over sexual abuse that took place over 15 years ago. Gregory Marshall, who served at the school’s basketball coach, was arrested following an investigation into his time teaching at Valley Christian High School in 2004 and 2005. Police said Marshall sexually assaulted two victims, who were both members of the basketball team he coached, in his classroom.

Marshall was a track and basketball coach at Valley High when the allegations surfaced. A Valley High spokesperson said it was school staff who notified police of the alleged sexual assault in late 2006. At the time, school officials said they knew of only one victim and sent parents a letter explaining Marshall had been put on paid leave pending the investigation. However, due of lack of evidence, that case went nowhere.

At the virtual press conference Tuesday morning, two now-adult victims spoke about their sexual abuse by Marshall. The suit is being filed by abuse victim Allison Brown against Marshall and the school. But fellow victim Tracey Walker, who said her abuse by the coach started when she was only 13, also appeared at the press conference, giving a statement on her experience in solidarity with Brown.




    (Black) Woman faces attempted murder charge in connection with SE Portland shooting
 Lakecia Dean PORTLAND, Ore. — A woman was arrested in connection with a shooting investigation in southeast Portland Wednesday night. Officers were first called to the 100 block of Southeast 146th Avenue just before 10 p.m. on January 13 on reports of shots heard.

According to Portland police, a victim had been assaulted but was not hit by gunfire. Police arrested 33-year-old Lakecia Dean on charges of attempt murder, unlawful use of a weapon, and felon in possession of a firearm.




    Two black (brothers?) arrested on narcotics charges in Burlington
Dominick Antwan Hicks, 27, and Michael Bernard Hicks Jr. BURLINGTON, Iowa (KWQC) - Detectives with the Burlington Police Department made arrests on Saturday in regards to an ongoing investigation in narcotics trafficking in the area. Alongside the the Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office, the Henry County Sheriff’s Office and the Iowa State Patrol, police arrested Dominick Antwan Hicks, 27, and Michael Bernard Hicks Jr., 23, both on charges of delivering methamphetamine and delivering cocaine. They each received additional charges including Maintaining a Drug House, and Child Endangerment for Michael Hicks Jr. The two are being held on bond at Des Moines County Correctional Center.

The charges come as part of an ongoing investigation into drug trafficking in the Burlington area and the Burlington Police received additional help on the investigation from the Southeast Iowa Narcotics Task Force and the Iowa Department of Narcotics Enforcement (DNE). They expect for there to be more related arrests to this investigation.




    (Black) Man arrested in connection with Finlay Park shooting
Abdue Castleberry COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The Columbia Police Department has arrested a man in connection with a shooting that occurred Friday at Finlay Park. Abdue Castleberry has been charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. The shooting, according to police, happened near the enclosed stage area. A man suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to a local hospital. Officials said the victim is in surgery at this time but is expected to be okay.

Deputy Chief Melron Kelly of the Columbia Police Department said investigators believe this incident started as an argument that eventually turned physical. Authorities said the shooting appears to be an isolated incident and there was no threat to the public.

“We believe that the victim knows the suspect,” Kelly said. “We’re doing an area canvas with our K9 unit and also speaking to some witnesses that were in the park and just trying to get an understanding of what really took place in an attempt to strengthen the case.” Castleberry was detained near the crime scene and questioned by investigators shortly after the shooting.




    21-year-old (Black) convicted of 1st-degree murder in 2018 homicide in Elizabeth City
Raymond Eugene Woodley III PASQUOTANK COUNTY, Va. (WAVY) — A 21-year-old man has been convicted of murder in the death of another man in 2018 in Elizabeth City. Raymond Eugene Woodley III, 21, was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Friday in the Pasquotank County Superior Court.

Woodley was convicted in the murder of Trevon Demetrius Blount on May 3, 2018. He was arrested days later in connection with the homicide.






    ‘Not how my son is’: Mother of naked (Black) Manhattan subway shover says son was kind when on his meds
Malik Jackson The mentally ill naked man electrocuted on the third rail of a Manhattan subway track stopped getting his regular mental health medications because of the coronavirus pandemic, his distraught mother told the Daily News.

Malik Jackson, 35, battled schizophrenia since he was 17, (and schizophrenia won) and would hear disturbing voices — but was a kind, caring soul when he took his prescribed medication, his mother, Ethel Trammell, told The News Sunday.

“He has a mental disability and that’s the issue. My son is not like that, but because he hasn’t had medication in a long time, that’s probably why he was acting like that,” she said. “My son would never hurt nobody.”

Horrific moment naked man shoves commuter onto Harlem subway tracks before jumping down himself to fight off a Good Samaritan
- and then DYING when he touches the electric third rail


[NNN forum thread:] Black Naked subway shover dies in melee on NYC tracks: cop




    3 arrested for murder days after man shot, killed at his Harnett County business
Courtney Carrol and Jordan Issac Nathaniel Stone and Jeremy Campbell.jpg Charles Edward Bias BUNNLEVEL, N.C. (WNCN) – Three people were arrested for murder on Wednesday, two days after a man was killed in a shooting at his business in Harnett County, the sheriff’s office said. Courtney Christine Carrol, 31, of Spring Lake; Jeremy Devonta Campbell, 28, of Spring Lake; and Jordan Issac Nathaniel Stone, 20, of St. Pauls were each charged with first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.

All three are being held at the Harnett County Detention Center under no bond. They’re due in court on Friday. On Tuesday around 3:15 p.m., deputies responded to the 6800 block of U.S. 401 South in Bunnlevel. They found a man, later identified as 51-year-old Charles Edward Bias, suffering from “multiple gunshot wounds,” according to sheriff’s office spokesperson Maj. Aaron Meredith. Deputies tried to help Bias until EMS arrived, but he died.

Victim: Charles Edward Bias - (gunmemorial)



  ILLEGAL ALIEN INVASION - triggered by Biden coup
Guatemalan forces clash with migrant caravan, Biden team seeks to halt exodus

VADO HONDO, Guatemala (Reuters) - Guatemalan security forces on Sunday used sticks and tear gas to beat back a large migrant caravan bound for the United States, just days before the advent of a new U.S. administration, which urged travelers to abandon the journey.

Between 7,000 and 8,000 migrants, including families with young children, have entered Guatemala since Friday, authorities say, fleeing poverty and violence in a region hammered by the coronavirus pandemic and back-to-back hurricanes in November.

A large section of the caravan clashed on a road early on Sunday with Guatemalan security officials, some 3,000 of whom had mustered by the village of Vado Hondo, about 55 km (34 miles) from the borders of Honduras and El Salvador.




    HISPANIC drank and smoked marijuana for hours before killing man in Logan Square who he thought was rival gang member
A West Side man drove around with friends for hours, drinking and smoking marijuana, before shooting to death a man he saw driving in Logan Square last month and thought was a rival gang member, prosecutors said.

Jonathan Gonzalez, 22, was ordered held without bail Thursday after being charged with first-degree murder in the Dec. 5, 2020, death of 56-year-old Enrique Sanchez in the 3100 block of North Sawyer Avenue in the city’s Logan Square neighborhood, according to authorities.




    HISPANIC Dallas teen accused of killing his father arrested on capital murder charge
A 17-year-old accused of killing his own father was arrested Thursday on a capital murder charge, according to Dallas police. Authorities said Anthony Sibrian shot and killed his father, 43-year-old Jose Sibrian on Jan. 5 at the 2000 block of Angelica Way.

Authorities discovered Jose's body inside his home and an autopsy determined he died from homicidal violence, officials said. According to police, Sibrian admitted to killing his dad during an interview with a homicide detective. The teen was transported to Lew Sterrett Jail, where he remains in custody in lieu of a $1 million bail.

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    HISPANIC Indio man accused in fatal shooting charged with murder
Indio, California —— A murder charge was filed today against a 38-year-old man accused of shooting a motorist found inside a crashed vehicle in Indio. Miguel Mejia Cazarez of Indio was arrested Wednesday, a day after allegedly gunning down 39-year-old Jose Luis Villegas III of Mecca.

Along with the murder count, Cazarez is charged with misdemeanor hit- and-run and faces a sentence-enhancing allegation of discharging a firearm causing great bodily injury. Cazarez, who's being held in lieu of $1 million bail at the Smith Correctional Facility in Banning, is scheduled to make his initial court appearance Tuesday via video conference before a judge at the Banning Justice Center.

Police were sent about 9:45 p.m. Tuesday to 82-045 Avenue 44 and found a vehicle crashed into the fence of a business, and the driver suffering from a fatal gunshot wound, according to Indio Police Department spokesman Ben Guitron.




    ICE deports MEXICAN man convicted of attempted murder in Oregon
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Federal officials have deported a man convicted of attempted murder in Salem. Abel Rojas-Hernandez, 57, was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison in 1996. Details about the decades-old crime were not immediately available.

Rojas-Hernandez was released from Oregon Department of Corrections custody in November 2020 and has been held at the Northwest ICE Processing Center in Tacoma ever since, authorities said. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents transferred Rojas-Hernandez to the custody of Mexican authorities on Tuesday, officials said.




  In 2020, Tijuana reached grim milestone: 2,000 murders
Mex skull Mex skull Mex skull TIJUANA (Border Report) — Tijuana closed the year with 2,000 homicides for the year, about 200 fewer than in 2019, when it recorded 2,208 murders. In 2018, the number of murders in Tijuana was 2518.





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    On day one, Biden has promised to reverse all of Trump's policies, raise taxes, increase regulations, empty the prisons and open the borders wide - even to terrorist states. He'll install nationwide mask mandates and force vaccinations where he can get away with it. Who knows what will be in those injections.


    He'll force taxpayers to rebuild failed Democrat cities & states that stayed locked down to destroy our economy. He'll rejoin the Paris Climate Accord & the Iran deal to appease the global terrorists, redistribute our wealth under the guise of climate change and give our enemies nuclear capabilities.

    Then, he'll try to seize our weapons and leave us defenseless, turn us into a police state and label everyone who disagrees with him a "domestic terrorist." So, basically, he'll totally sell out America to the Communists & NWO & turn us into a starving, impotent 3rd world country, like Venezuela & Cuba, while he enriches his family from the rise of Communist China.
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U.S. Now Says No Direct Evidence Of 'Kill/Capture Teams' So Far In Capitol Riot

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    Cold-blooded (Black) killer executed for role in 3 murders, Trump administration's 13th execution
Dustin Higgs The United States executed Dustin Higgs early Saturday for his role in the 1996 kidnapping and murders of three women. Higgs, 48, is the 13th federal inmate to be executed during President Trump's time in office.

Higgs was convicted 25 years ago of ordering the murder of the three women. He invited them to his apartment in Maryland where one of the women rebuffed an advance by Higgs. In response he offered them a ride home, but instead drove the women to a secluded area near the Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge. He handed a gun to his friend and ordered him to shoot saying, "better make sure they're dead."

Higgs received a lethal injection and was pronounced dead Saturday at 1:23 a.m.





    (Black) Juvenile sentenced to 63 years in prison for 2018 murder
Alphonso James III ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. -- A teen who was just 13-years-old when he killed 18-year-old Jaren Minies was sentenced to 63 years in prison, according to the Elkhart County Prosecutor’s Office. Alphonso James III, now 16, was sentenced on Thursday. When sentencing James, the judge cited multiple attempts at rehabilitation within the juvenile justice system, as well as numerous pending cases against him, according to the prosecutor’s office.

James was convicted of shooting Minies several times while attempting to rob him on September 12, 2018. Prosecutor Vickie Becker stated James’ father was murdered during a drug deal in Elkhart. She said it was the first time in her career she had to prosecute a murder victim’s child for murder.





    (Black) St. Louis man charged after man found shot to death, dragged by vehicle
Joseph Griffin Jasmine Baker ST. LOUIS — A second person was charged Saturday in the December death of a Mehlville-area man found dead behind a vacant home in St. Louis. Mario Amerson, 49 , was found dead Dec. 2 behind the home in the 2200 block of Alberta Street in the city's Marine Villa neighborhood. He had been shot multiple times and surveillance video showed his body was then dragged by a vehicle behind the home.

On Saturday, Joseph Griffin, 24, of the 3000 block of Osage Street in St. Louis, was the second to be charged in connection to the death. Griffin was charged by the St. Louis circuit attorney's office Saturday with first-degree murder, first-degree robbery, abandonment of a corpse and two counts of armed criminal action.

At the time of the death, Griffin was on parole in connection to a second-degree burglary conviction. A woman was charged in the case last month. Jasmine Baker faces counts of abandonment of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence. Baker, 21, lives in the 1900 block of East College Avenue.

St. Louis woman charged after man found shot to death, dragged by vehicle Kim Bell Dec 8, 2020





    (Black) Man arrested, charged in DeKalb murder from October
Jameel Jamaal Stevens CLARKSTON, Ga. — A 20-year-old Lawrenceville man has been arrested and charged in connection with an October murder and assault at a Clarkston apartment complex, the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office said on Friday. According to Cynthia Baugh Williams with the sheriff's office, Jameel Jamaal Stevens was arrested on Friday. Warrants say that Stevens shot Tracie Raymond Hall to death after a fight at an apartment complex on Brockett Road on Oct. 28.

A separate warrant indicated that Stevens used a gun to assault Hall's sister, Nakitha Phillip on the same date. Williams said that Stevens has been charged with murder and aggravated assault.





    (Black) Gang member sentenced to 40 years for murder over $20 debt
Jacob Alexander Shockey ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — An admitted gang member who, along with an accomplice, shot and killed an Aurora man over a $20 debt was sentenced this week to 40 years in prison, according to the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office. Jacob Alexander Shockey, 28, was sentenced on Tuesday in Arapahoe County District Court. His sentencing had been delayed seven times, in part because of COVID-19 restrictions on court operations, the DA's Office said.

On Aug. 24, 2017, Aurora Police officers found Terrence G. Davis, 44, shot three times in an alley in the 1400 block between Boston and Chester streets, according to a press release. The investigation showed that two men, Shockey and Parus Mayfield, 23, walked Davis into the alley and shot him. There was conflicting evidence over which man pulled the trigger; however, evidence showed that Shockey was angry at Davis, who owed him $20, according to the affidavit in the case. .

Both men were charged with first-degree murder. Mayfield pleaded guilty on Sept. 7, 2018, to second-degree assault and reckless manslaughter. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison, according to the DA's Office. .

A jury found Shockley guilty of second-degree murder in October 2019.
"Without any thought or remorse, he viciously murdered my brother," said Davis' sister during the Webex sentencing hearing Tuesday.
"I will never be able to forget what that animal has done and what he has taken from my family."




    (Black) Murder suspect wanted by US Marshals still at large in Montgomery
Pierre Woods MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — Authorities are asking the public for assistance in locating a murder suspect in Montgomery. 27-year-old Pierre Woods is wanted for the slaying of Joshua Thompson back on Nov. 5. He is described as being 6-foot-2 and weighing 150 pounds.

A $1,000 reward is being offered by CrimeStoppers of Alabama for any information that leads to Woods’ arrest. If you have any information on his whereabouts, contact the Montgomery Police Department at 334-625-2832 or CrimeStoppers at 205-215-7867.






    (Black) Arrested in West Knox County murder case, black woman faces tampering charge
Raiquan Stapleton Jasmine Flowers KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The Knox County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a suspect in a deadly shooting on Edenbridge Way that left one dead and another person injured.

Deputies, U.S. Marshals, and members of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains Fugitive Task Force arrested Raiquan Stapleton, 25, in connection with the fatal shooting of Kevin Roberts which occurred Sunday, Jan. 10 just after midnight. A second victim injured in the shooting has not been identified.

Stapleton faces charges including first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. Witnesses said the suspect shot the victims after getting into an argument over Stapleton coming to the suspect’s house. Stapleton fled the scene before police arrived.

Jasmine Flowers, 20, has been charged with obstruction/tampering with evidence in connection with the incident.




    Crime Stoppers ask public's help to find (Black) Georgetown man wanted for murder
black suspect GEORGETOWN, SC (WCIV) — Crime Stoppers and the Georgetown Police Department is asking the public's help to find a man wanted for murder. Montez Cyrus Simmons has an active arrest warrant for murder related to an incident on Jan. 8 where Simmons entered a home at 8 Cribb Court and assaulted a victim, who later died, officials say.

Officials say Simmons should be considered armed and dangerous. If you see him, they ask to call 911. A tip could lead to a cash reward up to $1,000.






    (Rutting black gorilla) Former youth basketball coach charged with raping multiple girls
Antwuan Looney Sr Springfield, Mo. – In allegations that go back up to 25 years, a Springfield man is accused of sexually abusing at least six girls as young as 9 or 10 years of age. Antwuan Looney Sr., 52, was in custody at the Greene County Jail on Friday without bond on 10 counts of sexual assaults including child molestation, statutory sodomy and statutory rape.

Looney, who was a youth basketball coach during much of the time of the alleged incidents, denied the accusations in an interview after his arrest, according to a probable cause statement in the case. Investigators interviewing women who alleged the assaults when they were juveniles were told Looney would fondle or assault them when left alone by the girls’ parents for brief times and would later contrive to be alone with the girls when he would rape or sexually assault them in vacant houses or in automobiles, according to court documents.

A male relative also told investigators that Looney would encourage him to bring underage girls to night clubs Looney was operating and would often give them alcohol and would steal from their purses and sexually assault them when they were passed out, the probable cause statement says. Looney, who also has prior felony convictions for burglary and stealing, could face sentences up to life in prison if convicted of the charges.




    HISPANIC Armando Juarez Gets Life In Prison Without Parole For 2018 Murder Of Dallas Officer
(DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Armando Juarez, the man accused of killing Dallas officer Rogelio Santander and injuring officer Crystal Almeida a Home Depot in 2018, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Friday after taking a plea deal. Juarez pleaded guilty to capital murder, as well as other charges related to the incident including injuring a Home Depot loss prevention officer. The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office said Juarez accepted a plea deal after it was determined by a psychologist that he was “intellectually disabled,” which would make him ineligible for the death penalty.

It was on April 24, 2018 that Juarez killed Santander and shot Almeida and Scott Painter during a shoplifting incident at a Home Depot in northeast Dallas. Officials said Juarez led police on a high-speed chase and also shot at two other officers.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECT




    TWO NASTY HISPANIC Scottsdale murder suspects arrested in Las Vegas
TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Two men are behind bars in Arizona for a deadly shooting that happened in Scottsdale in early December 2020. Investigators arrested 30-year-old Adrian Arthur Espinosa and 30-year-old Jose Antonio Beltran for the death of 53-year-old Andrea Marina Garcia, according to a report by AZ Family. The two men were found in Las Vegas in mid-December and extradited to Arizona, where they are being held on multiple charges including first-degree murder.

The shooting happened at Scottsdale home at around 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020, that’s where responding officers found Garcia shot dead in the front yard. Investigators did not give any other details about the shooting.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECTS




    3 HISPANIC men face murder charges in Roswell homicide case
Three suspects were arrested and charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of a Roswell man. On January 14, Detectives with Roswell’s Special Investigations Section located and arrested Sergio Alvarado, 22, on his outstanding warrants regarding this case. The two other suspects allegedly involved were identified as Edin Alvarado, 33, and Dennis Amilcar Alvarado-Munoz, 35. On January 9, officiers were dispatched to a bar on Holcomb Bridge Road after reports of a group of people fighting in the parking. When they arrived to the scene all involved parties involved were gone.

After several minutes, officers were then dispatched to a local hospital after a man had arrived there with stab wounds. After all lifesaving measures were exhausted, the victim was pronounced deceased, officials reported. The victim was identified to be 40-year-old Rigoberto Corea. After further investigation, detectives determined that the victim was related to the previous fight call.

NEWS ARTICLE DOES NOT INDICATE CITIZENSHIP STATUS OF SUSPECTS




    HISPANIC Woman charged with attempted murder in stabbing of Denver police officer
A 38-year-old woman faces felony charges for allegedly stabbing a Denver police officer. Alicia Esquibel has been charged with attempted murder and two counts of assault in connection to a January 6 incident at a hotel, 620 Federal Blvd., according to a district attorney’s office news release.

The officer, who was stabbed multiple times, was seriously injured. He has been released from a hospital and is recovering. Police were called to the Comfort Suites Near Denver Downtown on a report of trespassing and harassment. The stabbing happened as a suspect was being taken into custody.

Esquibel also faces a crime of violence sentence enhancing charge.




    Texas: Hispanic arrested in shoot-out where 15-year-old shoots 2, kills 1 in Garland TX shooting
(GARLAND, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Two teenagers are in Garland Police custody, and one is a juvenile charged with murder, after a deadly shooting in a gas station parking lot Thursday, Jan. 14. Police said in the 1800 block of West Kingsley Road around 1:30 p.m.

Witnesses said people began shooting at each other and then took off in two different vehicles. Soon after, police received another call from a business in the 1900 bloick of South First Street saying two young men arrived in an SUV suffering from gunshot wounds.

[more boring crime details at link]




  Dallas Police Need Help Finding Hispanic "Latin" Thieves Who Made Off With Gold Jewelry From Plaza Del Sol




    Arrested ASIAN Gunman Charged With Attempted Murder Of San Jose Police Officers
Suliasi Kaho SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — San Jose resident Suliasi Kaho, taken into custody after an intense manhunt in a terrified South Bay neighborhood, has been charged with two counts of attempted murder of a police officer, authorities said. Police arrested the 27-year-old San Jose resident after he allegedly began discharging a gun in a neighborhood and then fled, forcing SWAT officers to conduct a yard-by-yard search on Friday.

Kaho was also facing charges that included shooting into an occupied dwelling and carrying a loaded firearm in public. He also had an outstanding out of county misdemeanor warrant for his arrest at the time of this incident. Kaho allegedly had opened fire on officers who had responded at 4:25 a.m. to multiple callers reporting a male suspect firing a gun in the area of Lynette Way and Duffy Way in the city’s Mayfair neighborhood. No officers were injured in the shooting.

“Officers were not able to return fire. It happened very quickly. They reacted and took cover,” said San Jose Police Sgt. Christian Camarillo. “By the time they were able to ascertain what was going they lost sight of the suspect.”

Info: The surname "Kaho" is Japanese or Tongan
The forename "Suliasi" is from Fiji




    SENILE USURPER-ELECT CORRUPT COMMIE PUPPET PLANS TO GIVE VOTE TO MILLIONS OF ILLEGAL ILLITERATE NON-ENGLISH-SPEAKING CRIMINAL ALIENS






    Parler CEO John Matze and family go into hiding after death threats
The documents, obtained by Fox News, show that John Matze and his family have been targeted by people who published his street address and threatened to come in his front door.




    NYC shootings continue sky-rocketing surge in 2021

White Army vet charged with shooting black girl at Trump rally in Iowa in self-defense - minor wound

Ho Ho Ho! Trump Has 20,000 "Button Men" on the Streets of DC

BELTON, Texas — Family members of a Black man fatally shot by a Killeen, Texas, police officer who was responding to a mental health call are calling for the officer to be arrested and charged for the shooting a crazy black that was threatening officers.




    HUGE! Despite Total Media Blackout – 78% of Trump Voters Believe the Election was Rigged and Stolen

HUGE! Brother of Arrested Antifa-BLM Activist John Sullivan Turned Him In! — Says His Brother in charge of riots

Puke-brains: u need to figure-out we're in midst of coup and take-over attempt by "globalist" scum

Leaks show anti-Trump "globalists," led by Bidens, co-operating w. chicoms infiltrating corp.s etc.

Election-steal fraud and consp. is CONFIRMED, suckers--now u see why the screaming over Trump, etc.

DOJ officials confirm: no charges against Trump for "incitement," as Pence betrayed USA to fraud

Huge inflation is coming (soon), suckers: economist explains what, why, and how

Get a clue, any "conservative" dissent is now "domestic terror," fools






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    Don’t Fall For The Establishment’s Tall Tales. There Was No “Violent Assault on the Capitol”
and There is Abundant Evidence of Electoral Fraud

Paul Craig Roberts In this important column I provide you with evidence that there was no assault on the Capitol, and I provide you with so much evidence that there was massive electoral fraud that it will take you all weekend to go through the evidence.

Think intelligently. The rally for Trump on January 6 was massive, which is why the presstitutes did not show it to you. No other politician anywhere in the Western World could produce such a turnout of support. For the rest of the politicians in the West, such a turnout would be in opposition like the long-lived “yellow vest” protest in France and the massive protests in Germany against the Covid restrictions.

Here was the situation on January 6, 2021. Members have applied rules that require the House and Senate to listen to the evidence of election fraud. As Lew Rockwell points out, this means the public would also hear the evidence for the first time.
https://www.lewrockwell.com/2021/01/lew-rockwell/the-truth-about-january-6-and-where-we-should-go-from-here/

The evidence will show enormous fraud in the swing states where the election was stolen. Regardless of the evidence, everyone suspects Biden is going to be found the winner, because that is what the Establishment demands and has the means to enforce with media, Antifa, and BLM as threats to be unleashed and campaign contributions to cut off`. Large majorities of both parties would prefer not to see the evidence than to have to vote against the evidence.

The situation is pregnant with glory for Trump. Congress is putting him out of office in the face of a massive demonstration from 50 states in support of Trump.

The Establishment cannot possibly allow this. The massive support empowers Trump and his supporters as forces for democracy against a corrupt and self-serving Establishment, which is the last thing the Establishment wants and can tolerate. Trump must leave office discredited and blackened and his supporters must be demonized as “MAGA terrorists” and “enemies of democracy.”

This was easily achieved. Such a large and unorganized rally is easy to infiltrate and to lead into a staged “violent assault on the Capitol.”
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