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  ARCHIVE for 12 August 2015

    Plea deal in Elyria murder case upsets defendant, family
Michael C. StumpBrady PhillipsELYRIA — Brady Phillips was not happy with his plea deal Monday, cursing in court and insulting a prosecutor, but he still went through with a deal that calls for him to serve 14 years in prison for his role in a botched 2009 robbery that left two men dead. Phillips, 44, has long insisted he shouldn’t be facing murder charges for deaths of Hermino Serrano and Michael Stump, who were killed after Serrano and Phillips forced their way into Stump’s David Drive apartment Dec. 20, 2009. The pair had planned to rob Stump of cash and prescription drugs that they thought were in a safe there. According to Elyria police, Serrano pistol-whipped Stump and, during the ensuing struggle, shot him in the head. David McDonough, who was in the apartment when the robbery began, managed to get a gun and shoot Serrano. McDonough was shot in the stomach but survived. During the gunfight, Phillips and others in the apartment fled, but Phillips was arrested within days of the killings and charged with murder. Although Phillips didn’t actually kill anyone, he faced felony murder charges because he was involved in criminal conduct that led to a killing. - (Black-on-white)
   

    'Ridiculous' cable bill dispute leads to prison time for shooting cop
Marvin Edward Ware Officer Andrea CarlsonGRAND BLANC TWP, MI -- An elderly man may end up serving the remainder of his life behind bars after what the judge called a "ridiculous" argument over an unpaid cable bill that resulted in him shooting a police officer. Marvin Edward Ware was sentenced Tuesday, Aug. 11, by Genesee Circuit Judge Joseph J. Farah to nine years and 10 months to 20 years in prison after he pleaded no contest to assault with attempt to murder for shooting a Grand Blanc Township police officer who responded to his home for a domestic dispute Officer Andrea Carlson was shot June 17, 2013, when she responded to Ware's Georgetown Road home after Ware attacked his wife for failing to pay the cable bill. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two (black) suspects in attack (on White man) in Applebee's arrested; police chief credits video, tip
Daryon S. Jones, Jr., 31, and Eric L. DavisWhite victimTwo suspects who were wanted following an attack on a customer at an Applebee’s restaurant in Winter Haven early Tuesday morning have been arrested. They are Daryon S. Jones, Jr., 31, and Eric L. Davis, 31, both of Winter Haven. The two were charged after turning themselves in to authorities in Bartow Wednesday afternoon. - (Black-on-white)

    Fight over Confederate flag ends in criminal charges
Tajaun D. BoatnerRACINE — A Confederate flag hanging in a Racine resident’s house reportedly led to a fight that ended with a man forcing his way into the home to tear it down. The Racine Police Department responded to the 1300 block of Center Street on Friday afternoon. The caller said Tajaun D. Boatner, 37, of Racine, had confronted her at her house about a Confederate flag hanging in her window and eventually pushed her down, the complaint said. In a later interview with the police, the resident said Boatner had politely asked her to take the flag out of her kitchen window, and she moved it to her bathroom window, the complaint said. They both began yelling and the resident had called Boatner a racial slur, the complaint said. The argument ended after Boatner reportedly walked up her front porch, pushed her down, and walked into the house to remove the Confederate flag, according to the complaint. Boatner reportedly told an officer he had politely asked the owner of the Confederate flag to take it down, but instead she moved it to a different window. The officer asked for more details, and Boatner became argumentative, according to the complaint. Boatner reportedly struggled against officers to avoid being handcuffed. Boatner would not spread his feet so the police could pat him down for weapons, so two officers forced him to move his feet, the complaint said. After police arrested him, Boatner tried to resist getting into the car, and he reportedly kicked at the officers as they tried to close the door of the vehicle. - (Drudge) - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Tajaun D. Boatner
    Charges: Operating after revocation/suspension of registration, suspended driver's license, contempt of court - child support commitment and other sanctions imposed by the court, battery, resisting/obstructing an officer, disorderly conduct, retail theft.

 
  • Shooting victim's dad 'feels sorry' for family of fired cop
    The firing of a white rookie police officer days after he fatally shot an unarmed black teen during a suspected burglary at a Texas car dealership brought little solace to the father of the victim. ecurity footage showed Taylor, who played football at Angelo State University, breaking the windshield of a car on the dealership's lot before driving his own vehicle into the glass showroom. Just before 1:20 a.m. Friday, responding officers spotted Taylor inside the dealership. According to the police chief Johnson, Taylor said he was going to steal a car. Officers also noticed a bulge in the suspect's pocket. Johnson said Miller ordered Taylor to get on the ground. Arlington Police Cpl. Dale Wiggins, who had entered the building after Miller and was standing nearby, reported that Taylor instead began cursing and advancing toward Miller. Miller shot Taylor several times, Johnson said.

    Armed teenager shot by police in Ferguson on anniversary of Michael Brown's death called himself 'Glocks', posed with guns and boasted of being a gangster
Tyrone HarrisTyrone HarrisTyrone HarrisTyrone HarrisThe alleged gunman who is accused of opening fire in Ferguson on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death posed holding guns on Facebook and bragged about being a gangster. Tyrone Harris called himself 'Ty Glocks' after the gun maker and claimed he was part of a group called 'Pistol Gang'. He posed in multiple photos on Facebook with pistols and rifles whilst his friends waved wads of cash in front of the camera. Harris also bragged in one post that he would 'do da hit by myself' and made gang signs for the camera.
   

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  • 3 New White Female Accusers Speak Out Against (black serial rapist) Bill Cosby In LA
    Colleen HughesLOS ANGELES — Three women came forward for the first time on Wednesday to accuse Billy Cosby of victimizing them. The women shared their allegations against Cosby during a news conference alongside attorney Gloria Allred. One of the victims, Colleen Hughes recalled she met Cosby while working as a flight attendant heading to L.A. in the 70s. “He flirted with me the entire flight,” says Hughes. According to Hughes, the comedian offered to take her to a nice lunch in Beverly Hills at the Miramar Hotel, now known as the Fairmont. After arriving to the hotel, she took a shower in Cosby’s hotel room while he watched television. She exited the bathroom fully dressed and shared a glass of champagne with the comedian. She said he also drank champagne from her shoe. Hours later, Hughes said she found herself waking up in a confused state and realized she had been sexually assaulted.

    Linda Ridgeway WhitedearAllred said the two other victims were actresses who appeared in feature films or television and theater. Linda Ridgeway Whitedear was an actress in the 1970’s and says Cosby used the guise of interviewing her in the director’s office to make his advances. She claims he blocked the door then forced her to perform a sexual act. “He took out a Kleenex to try to wipe off my face. I was bordering between vomiting and passing out,” she said.

    Eden TirlThe third accuser, Eden Tirl, was a model and actress who appeared on “The Cosby Show” in the 80’s. Cosby, 78, has been accused by nearly 50 women of sexual misconduct. - (Black-on-white)

  • 3 more women detail disturbing sexual assault accusations against Bill Cosby
    "Bill obviously did not use a condom," she said. Ewww, don't do that, that's gross...


    Man, 21, Suspected Of Raping 72-Year-Old Woman In Huntington Beach
Ahkail DemyersHUNTINGTON BEACH — A 21-year-old man is in custody Monday on suspicion of raping a 72-year-old woman in Huntington Beach, police said. Ahkail Demyers was arrested on suspicion of several sex assault charges in connection with the rape of a woman at a senior living apartment complex in the area of Main and Yorktown. Officers were sent to the complex at about 7:50 p.m. Sunday and found the woman, who said she had been raped by a man who was still in the area. The woman said she came into contact with the suspect in the complex and had a conversation with him. When she went back to her apartment, she told police the suspect followed her inside and sexually assaulted her.

    HPD looking for man accused of sexually assaulting women he met at bars
Ryan Allen ColemanHOUSTON – Houston Crime Stoppers and investigators with the Houston Police Department are looking for a man accused in three sexual assaults. The suspect is identified as Ryan Allen Coleman. Coleman is charged with three counts of sexual assault. According to police, it was about May 1, 2012 when a 27-year-old woman at a bar on Beverly Hill Street became intoxicated and went to the restroom. Coleman is accused of entering the women's restroom and sexually assaulting the woman. He's on the run after investigators say he cut off his GPS ankle monitor.

    Man charged after woman abducted, sexually assaulted, stuffed in trunk of car
Antwon Marcees RogersPICKENS COUNTY, S.C. —Deputies charged a man after they said he abducted a woman at gunpoint and sexually assaulted her, the Pickens County Sheriff's Office said. Creed Hashe, of the Sheriff's Office, said Antwon Marcees Rogers, 28, of Greenville, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct, grand larceny, kidnapping, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, armed robbery and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Authorities said Rogers abducted a woman at gunpoint in the parking lot of the Dollar General Store on Farrs Bridge Road after midnight on Sunday. Hashe said Rogers sexually assaulted her in her vehicle and forced her inside the trunk of her car, drove her to Greenville County, and once again sexually assaulted her at gunpoint.

    Alameda: (Black) Teen arrested in sexual assault of girl during burglary
black teen rapistALAMEDA -- Police have arrested a 17-year-old boy in connection with a string of burglaries in the city's West End, including one Sunday in which the suspect allegedly sexually assaulted a juvenile while she slept in her bedroom. The teenager turned himself in at the police station about 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, just a day after investigators distributed surveillance photos of him, describing him as a "person of interest" in one of the burglaries. The Alameda resident, whose name was not disclosed because he is a minor, was booked on two counts of burglary and on a sexual assault charge, police said. He remains in custody at Juvenile Hall.
   

    (Black) Inmate dies in Nevada prison after 7 weeks in custody
Larry RoyalLAS VEGAS — An inmate in a Nevada state prison died just seven weeks after being incarcerated. The Nevada Department of Corrections reported that 44-year-old Larry Royal died Sunday in his single cell at High Desert State Prison near Las Vegas. The man had been in prison since June 19 after being sentenced to two consecutive prison terms of eight to 20 years for attempted sexual assault and attempted lewdness with a minor. An autopsy is pending and no other details were provided.

 

    Case dismissed for men charged in Detroit rape and robbery
Antoine Orr and Jordan ReeseChico Lee BruceThe case has been dismissed for three man who had been charged in a Detroit rape and robbery last month. Antoine Orr, Jordan Reese and Chico Bruce were in court Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing. The prosecutors stated that the accusors did not wish to pursue charges and did not wish to testify, and asked Judge Kenneth King to drop the case.
   

    Bucks County Dad Charged in Overdose Death of Toddler
Coco WallaceOfficials have charged a father in the 2014 overdose death of his 2-year-old son in suburban Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Levittown resident Coco Wallace was charged with a general count of criminal homicide in his son Sebastian's death at their Middletown Township apartment. Officials say Sebastian ingested a fatal dose of prescription painkillers while in his father's care. Police say an informant in the Bucks County jail told officers that Wallace admitted to killing his son to get back at the boy's mother. The informant said Wallace believed the woman was cheating on him when they were dating and wasn't sure if Sebastian was actually his son.

    Father accused of beating his 4-month-old baby boy to death while he drove in car
Daniel CoxKentucky doctors removed a 4-month-old baby from life support Saturday, and now his father is charged in his death. According to court documents, Daniel Cox, 35, was seen hitting Jayceon Chrystie while he was driving Thursday in Radcliff, about 40 miles southwest of Louisville. A witness told police Cox hit the child, who was in a car seat in the front passenger seat, several times with his hand. 'You just can't imagine someone beating a child like that while they are driving,' Dena Stevenson said. Stevenson, her husband and her daughter were among those traveling behind Cox on Thursday. 'He would hit the child. Turn around and bounce to his music. Twist his hat and hit the child again. He was hitting hard, swinging hard and, you know … he was literally hitting the baby in his head or in his chest or something,' Stevenson said.

    Friends, Family Remember Man Killed by Rifle-Wielding (black) Gunman
black riflemanFriends and family gathered in West Kensington Tuesday night to honor a Philadelphia man who police say was shot and killed by a gunman who was caught on video carrying a rifle in the middle of the street. A vigil was held around 7 p.m. for 46-year-old Jose Perez on E Street and Allegheny Avenue, the same area where he was shot and killed over the weekend. On Saturday around 2:30 p.m. an unidentified man walked into a barbershop on the 600 block of East Westmoreland Streets, police said. A witness said the man was carrying a large box. The man sat down as if he was going to get a haircut but pulled out a rifle from the box minutes later, according to the witness. The man then allegedly started an argument, ran outside the barbershop chasing a 33-year-old man and opened fire.
   

    Black Sports: Geno Smith gets his jaw broken in locker room over $600 debt
"IK Enemkpali"The hapless Jets lost starting quarterback Geno Smith to a locker-room “sucker-punch” Tuesday by (black Nigerian) teammate IK Enemkpali over a measly $600 debt, sources told The Post. - (Black Sports)
   

 
  • Loaded gun in fake Bible found after arrest of three
    Three pals didn’t have a prayer of evading cops who busted them in Brooklyn and found a loaded handgun and ammo in a fake Bible. DeShawn Thompson, 24, Santina Ferguson, 21, and Andre Allen,34, were charged with criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.

   
   

 

 

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  • Minister who ejected naked men from home acquitted of hate crime
    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane minister has been acquitted of a hate crime charge after convincing a jury he was acting in defense of his home when he allegedly used a gay slur while throwing out his estranged son and another man. 51-year-old Derrick G. Moore physically removed the two naked men from a shower in his home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 


    (Black) San Bernardino Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Murder (of White Man)
Travon JenkinsMario GeomettiSAN BERNARDINO — A San Bernardino man remained in custody on Tuesday for allegedly killing a 62-year-old man during an altercation. According to the San Bernardino Police Department, 26-year-old Travon Jenkins was arrested on July 27 for assault with a deadly weapon. Just after 4 p.m. on July 26, officers were sent to the 1500 block of East Highland Avenue for report of a possible strong arm robbery that had just occurred. Upon their arrival, authorities learned an altercation occurred between Jenkins and another man, who was later identified as Mario Geometti, of San Bernardino. A preliminary investigation revealed Geometti fell as a result of the altercation, and struck his head on a cement curb. Paramedics transported him to a hospital where he was admitted in critical condition. Geometti was then transferred to another medical facility for hospice care. Hospice officials said he passed away on Monday. - (Black-on-white)

    Fayetteville police ID dead homeless White man found in parking lot, arrest homeless black man
Darrell Edward JohnsonLinwood Scott BoahanFayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville police late Monday afternoon identified the man found dead in a Ray Avenue parking lot as Linwood Scott Boahan and arrested Darrell Edward Johnson on a charge of first-degree murder. Passersby discovered Boahan's body about 9:40 a.m. Sunday in the 300 block of Ray Avenue. Police said Boahan, who was 60 years old and homeless, appears to have died of blunt force trauma. Police used surveillance video from the Dream Center off Ray Avenue to investigate the crime. In video recorded at about 3:30 Sunday morning, a man, shirtless and with his face covered, can be seen walking around the parking lot, carrying what police called "some type of masonry block." Johnson, 36, who is also homeless, was charged Monday with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon. He was being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center without bond. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man pleads guilty in murder of (White) cab driver, sentenced to life in prison
Dyshawn SimpsonAlisa N. DejesusJames WellsHANOVER COUNTY, Va. — One of the two suspects accused of murdering a local cab driver has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. Dyshawn Simpson, age 20, pleaded guilty Tuesday to the first-degree murder of James Wells. Simpson was sentenced to life in prison. Simpson’s charges for arson, malicious wounding, and abduction were dropped. Last August, Simpson stabbed wells multiple times because he didn’t have the money to pay for a cab fare from Hopewell to Hanover. After that he set his cab on fire with a road flare. Hanover investigators said Wells drove his 2004 gray Chevrolet minivan taxi from the Econo Lodge on Colonel Corner Drive in Hopewell to Mechanicsville where he was found dead. The other suspect in this case, Alisa Dejesus, 19, will go to trial later this year. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man accused of shooting, killing (White) boss appears in court - after shaving head and beard
Willie E. ParkerWillie E. ParkerMichel ZiadeKANSAS CITY, Kan. — A man who is accused of shooting and killing his boss appeared in court on Monday. Willie Parker was arrested on August 6 after a standoff that lasted nearly six hours. Parker is accused of killing his boss Michel Zaide on July 28 outside a medical clinic in Kansas City, Kan. after the two had an argument. Initially, the FBI, which was also involved in the standoff, did not confirm that the person they arrested was Willie Parker. But, Kansas City, Kan., police tweeted that Parker was in custody. Parker’s bond was set at $1 million. He is due back in court on August 18th. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man sentenced to death by lethal injection for murder of two White men at auto parts store
Lee Turner Jr.Randy Leo ChaneyEdward GurtnerBATON ROUGE, LA - After being found guilty for a 2011 double murder at an auto parts store in Baton Rouge, a judge has sentenced Lee Turner, Jr. to death by lethal injection. Turner and his attorney were in court Monday and filed a motion for a new trial. The motion for a new trial was denied and the sentencing phase continued. "In my opinion, based on what this person did, this is the only appropriate, just decision," said East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore. In May, Turner was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two men during a robbery at CarQuest Auto Parts on Airline Highway in 2011. A few days later, a jury recommended he be sentenced to death. "This defendant has never accepted responsibility, never reached out whatsoever to this office or the victims’ families and now seeks again to blame everyone else for his behavior, which is completely unacceptable," Moore said. Edward Gurtner, 43, and Randy Chaney, 54, were found dead in a back room of the store on March 27, 2011. Both were helping out at the store, but worked at other CarQuest locations. Coming out of court Monday, members of Gurtner’s family described the last four years as very long. "We all miss him tremendously, we always will," said Gurtner’s step-father Nick Dunman. "I don’t know if we ever will have closure, but we will start healing now." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Second suspect named in slaying of elderly woman
Timothy ColemanMargarita BalandovaMary LuebeckThe husband of a woman facing felony murder, robbery and home invasion charges in the slaying of an elderly Las Vegas neighbor will also face prosecution in the case, a chief deputy district attorney said Tuesday. Timothy Coleman is jailed in an unrelated felony vehicle vandalism case, and prosecutor David Stanton told a judge that he'll seek an indictment against Coleman in the slaying of 84-year-old Mary Luebeck. Stanton spoke before Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa postponed until Wednesday an initial court appearance for Coleman's wife, Margarita Balandova, to determine if Clark County public defenders can represent her. Luebeck was stabbed to death early July 29, and items including a purse, credit cards, jewelry and cash were stolen from her home near Desert Inn Road and Decatur Boulevard. Outside court, Stanton said Tuesday the brazen smash-and-entry through a glass back door and the bloody stabbing of an elderly grandmother in the head, neck and chest could qualify the case for the death penalty. Balandova's fingerprints were found on vertical blinds near where Luebeck's daughter found her body surrounded by bloody footprints on the tile floor of her neatly kept home, Stanton said. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    DNA test sought in 1986 murder case
Arthur MorganThe Calhoun County prosecutor said Thursday he wants a judge to decide if DNA testing should be conducted on hair found in the bloody grip of a murder victim 30 years ago. David Gilbert said Thursday the courts must rule on a request from defense attorneys to test DNA which might free a man imprisoned for the stabbing death of Vera Arms, 69, of Battle Creek. “I want the court to decide if it should be done,” he said. “There has to be some finality in cases.” On Friday the Michigan Innocence Clinic at the University of Michigan filed a motion asking Circuit Judge Sarah Lincoln to order release to the FBI of hair samples which were introduced in the trial of Arthur Morgan, 66, of Battle Creek. Gilbert was aware of the clinic’s intentions before the formal filing of the motion. Morgan is serving a sentence of life without parole after his conviction by a Calhoun County Circuit Court jury of felony murder in the death of Arms. He was sentenced March 20, 1978. Arms’ body was found Feb. 25, 1986, in her home at 215 Calhoun St. She had been stabbed three times in the chest. A knife was found next to the body. Morgan was arrested after he sold jewelry -- which police said had been taken from Arms -- the same day to a woman at a bar.

   

A 19-year-old woman stood in front of police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, Monday night as a symbolic gesture
Lexi Kozhevskyto protect cops from rocks and bottles being hurled at them by unruly demonstrators. Lexi Kozhevsky, who attends St. Louis University, told TheBlaze that she ventured out into the streets of Ferguson to support local law enforcement.


 

 

    Boy Badly Burned In Challenge By Evil Step-mom To Set Buttocks On Fire, Then Refused Treatment
William Kirby and Connie KirbyTre KirbyPITTSBURGH – Two people in Fayette County have been charged after a teen boy was allegedly challenged to set his buttocks on fire, then was refused treatment for a month, causing his wounds to become infected. Police say 37-year-old Connie Kirby of Redstone Township convinced her stepson, Tre Kirby, who was 14 at the time, to agree to a “fire challenge,” in which a person sets their buttocks on fire by pouring rubbing alcohol on it and lighting it with a cigarette lighter. She allegedly prodded him to attempt the stunt by calling him a “punk.” The “fire challenge” is a dangerous game that’s been spreading on social media. “She asked me if I wanted to play the game,” Tre said. “And I was like, no. So then she called me ‘punk,’ and I’m like OK, so we did it. We went in the bathroom, she poured a whole bunch on my butt and then she lit it on fire.” Police say Tre screamed in pain while on fire for about a minute until his sister put out the flames with water and Kool-Aid. The boy’s father, William Kirby Jr., allegedly came home a short time after and also refused to take the boy to the hospital.
   
   

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    Police, Keiser: Daytona president suspended after being carjacked during 'sexual rendezvous' by 'some black guy'
Matt McEnanyDAYTONA BEACH — The president of Keiser University's Daytona Beach campus was mugged and carjacked over the weekend while meeting with two women for a "sexual rendezvous," police Chief Mike Chitwood said Monday. When 60-year-old Matt McEnany stepped out of his 2011 Toyota Venza Sunday night to speak with the two women — identified only as "Luscious" and "Brittany" — he was struck from behind by a man who then shoved him onto the roadway and sped off in the Toyota with the two women, a police incident report states. "I pulled up here and I got out of the car and some black guy jumps me. He throws me down to the ground and starts kicking me and the two girls and the guy get in to my car and take off with it, my wallet, everything." - (Black-on-white)
   

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    Suspect arrested in connection with Thanksgiving homicide at Anderson barbershop
Raymond Rashard JohnsonBrandon BooneANDERSON, Ind. (Aug. 10, 2015) – Police in Anderson arrested a man believed responsible for a November 2014 homicide at a barbershop. The homicide, which happened around 2 a.m. on Thanksgiving, killed Brandon Boone. Another man was robbed and beaten with a baseball bat. The barbershop’s owner was not hurt during the incident. Anderson police said Raymond Rashard Johnson, 26, was one of two people who entered Divine Stylez-n-Cutz Barbershop, 609 W. 22nd St., killed Boone and robbed the business. Johnson has been on investigators’ radar since mid-December, when the barbershop’s owner said he may have been responsible. The man said Johnson’s shoes and stature matched those of the man who robbed him.
   

   

Father who 'murdered five including his doctor ex and her two daughters' is now charged with the death of his (White) step-son, 2, who mysteriously died from a head injury last year
Martin MartinezChristopher Ray RipleyThe California man suspected of murdering his mother, niece, ex-girlfriend, their infant daughter and her daughter from another relationship has now been charged in the October death of his ex-lover's son. Martin Martinez, 30, was arrested Sunday in San Jose on suspicion of murder in the deaths of Dr Amanda Crews, 38, her six-year-old daughter Elizabeth and their six-month-old daughter Rachael. Modesto police also believe Martinez killed his 57-year-old mother, Anna Brown Romero, and his five-year-old niece at a home in Modesto and he is being held without bail. Martinez was charged in the October 2 death of two-year-old Christopher Ray Ripley, Crews' son from her marriage to Timothy Ripley.

   

   

 

 
  • Swedish police: 2 arrested in IKEA stabbings were (black African) asylum-seekers
    Swedish police said Tuesday that they had arrested two asylum-seekers from Eritrea in connection with the fatal stabbing of two people a day earlier at an IKEA store in Vasteras. Both of the men arrested lived in a facility for asylum-seekers in a Swedish town called Arboga, which is about 35 miles away. Police said that the victims were a 55-year-old woman and her 28-year-old son. A third person was severely injured and is being treated in a hospital. One of those arrested was reported to be in the hospital. It was not clear if he was the same person initially reported injured in the stabbing. - (EU)
  • ‘Mad’ stabbings (by black African aliens) turn Ikea store in Sweden into a house of horrors
    Vasteras police have been deployed to refugee homes around the city to prevent any possible retaliatory attacks against asylum-seekers. Immigration, in particular, has become a touchy subject in Sweden. This rise in asylum-seekers has spurred a backlash in Sweden. Last year, the far-right Sweden Democrats party became the third-largest in parliament after pushing for a crackdown on crime and immigration.

    Interracial Frankfort couple plead not guilty in relation to murder
Meisha NicholsCameron WrightFrankfort residents Meisha Nichols, 28, and Cameron Wright, 32, pleaded not guilty in Franklin District Court in relation to the alleged murder of Thomas Ellison. Nichols was charged with tampering with physical evidence and murder. Her bond for tampering with physical evidence is $25,000 and a judge set her bond for murder at $500,000 today. Wright was arrested Sunday night and charged with tampering with physical evidence in relation to the murder investigation, said Frankfort Police Department spokesperson Maj. Rob Warfel. “He is apparently Ms. Nichols ex-boyfriend,” Warfel said.
   
   

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(Interracial) Mississippi couple charged with trying to join ISIS
Jaelyn Delshaun Young, Muhammad Oda DakhlallaTwo Mississippi residents have been arrested on charges that they tried to travel abroad to join the Islamic State militant group. A detention hearing was scheduled to continue on Tuesday in Oxford for the two, Jaelyn Delshaun Young, 19, and Muhammad Oda Dakhlalla, 22. They were arrested on Saturday at Golden Triangle Regional Airport near Columbus, Miss. A criminal charge indicates that undercover F.B.I. agents engaged online with Ms. Young about her desire to travel to Syria to join the group. She and Mr. Dakhlalla bought airline tickets to Istanbul. An affidavit by an F.B.I. agent says both confessed to plans to join the Islamic State. The couple had planned to travel to Turkey to get married before crossing into Syria. The man's father, Oda H. Dakhlalla, is imam of the Islamic Center of Mississippi in Starkville.

   
   

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    Aurora man scheduled to change plea to guilty in Syria case
Abdella Ahmad TounisiA 21-year-old suburban Chicago man accused of trying to join al-Qaida-affiliated fighters in Syria is set to change his plea to guilty. Abdella Ahmad Tounisi is scheduled to change his plea Tuesday at a hearing in U.S. District Court in Chicago. It comes after several weeks of talks between his lawyer, Molly Armour, and federal prosecutors. Tounisi was arrested at a Chicago airport in 2013 trying to board a flight for Turkey. Prosecutors say he hoped to join Nusra Front militants.

    Jordanian-US suspect nabbed in NY area had tried to join ISIS
Nader SaadehNew York: A 20-year-old Jordanian-American who flew overseas in an apparent bid to join the Islamic State extremist group, appeared in court near New York on Monday on terror allegations, prosecutors said. He is one of at least four US citizens from the greater New York area arrested in recent months on suspicion of being part of a ring of supporters of the group fighting in Iraq and Syria. Nader Saadeh, who traveled to Jordan in May in an apparent attempt to join IS fighters in Iraq or Syria, is accused of conspiring and attempting to provide material support to the extremists.

    Grand Jury Indicts 2 Men For Allegedly Trying To Provide Support To ISIS, Attacks On Authorities
Munther Omar Saleh and Fareed MumuniNEW YORK — A grand jury in Brooklyn has indicted two New York City men accused of trying to provide support to ISIS. Munther Omar Saleh, of Queens, is charged with attempt and conspiracy to provide material support to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, as well as assault and conspiracy to assault federal officers. Saleh is accused of plotting a terror attack in the New York City area. The indictment alleges the 20-year-old college student made efforts to prepare a pressure cooker bomb to detonate in New York City on behalf of ISIS. While under investigation by federal authorities in early June, Saleh and another individual charged at a federal officer with knives. According to court documents, Saleh also espoused jihadist beliefs online and openly supported ISIS activities via Twitter, including the Charlie Hebdo massacre in France, the burning to death of a Jordanian pilot and the beheading of a Japanese journalist. He also allegedly tweeted support for the terror attack in Garland, Texas in May. The grand jury indictment also charges Fareed Mumuni with attempt and conspiracy to provide material support to ISIL, assault and conspiracy to assault federal officers, and attempted murder of federal officers.

 

 
  • Who are the Oath Keepers, and why has the armed group returned to Ferguson?
  • "Oath Keepers" - (Google search)
  • Infowars Did Not Hire Oath Keepers
    Corporate media falsely reports Infowars hired Oath Keepers to protect its journalists. Despite the remark by “John,” Infowars did not hire the Oath Keepers to protect its journalists reporting from the embattled Missouri city. The Oath Keepers went to Ferguson on their own without consulting with Infowars. This was confirmed by Infowars reporter Joe Biggs from Ferguson this morning. He said the Oath Keepers arrived in Ferguson to assist business owners and residents protect their property from looters and arsonists. The claim allegedly made by a member of the Oath Keepers has provided a pretext for CBS News to link Alex Jones and Infowars to extremist groups, including white supremacists.

 

 


    Dexter Lewis convicted of 10 counts of murder in Fero's Bar and Grill murders, faces death penalty
Dexter B. Lewis Lynell Hill, 25, and Joseph HillTereasa BeesleyRoss RichterKellene FallonDaria PohlYoung Suk FeroDENVER - The man charged with stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar has been found guilty of murder, robbery, attempted robbery and arson. Dexter Lewis now faces the death penalty in the murders that allegedly followed a botched robbery at Fero's Bar & Grill in October 2012. Three others went to the bar with Lewis. Brothers Joseph and Lynell Hill pleaded guilty under deals with prosecutors. The fourth, Demarea Harris, was a confidential federal informant and wasn't charged. Harris and Lynell Hill say Lewis stabbed all five people. Joseph Hill refused to testify. Lewis allegedly told his cellmate that he had to kill everyone in the bar because they'd seen his face as he killed the first victim. Those killed were bar owner Young Fero, 63; Daria M. Pohl, 21; Kellene Fallon, 44; Ross Richter, 29; and Tereasa Beesley, 45. The Denver Medical Examiner said all five victims died of multiple stab wounds. - (Black-on-white)
   

 

    (Sagging Pants) Friend of Michael Brown is shot by police in Ferguson after he used a stolen handgun to fire on officers during a protest to mark the one-year anniversary of the 18-year-old's controversial death
    Tyrone Harris JuniorTyrone Harris JuniorA friend of Michael Brown is in a 'critical, unstable condition' after being shot by police when he used a stolen handgun to fire on officers during a protest to mark the one-year anniversary of the 18-year-old's controversial death. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said that plainclothes officers were tracking the man at around 11:15pm, while several hundred people gathered on West Florissant Street to take part in the demonstration. He added that the man approached the officers, who were in an unmarked police car and opened fire. The officers returned fire from inside the vehicle. They then pursued the man on foot. The chief said the man again fired on the officers and all four fired back. The suspect has been identified as 18-year-old Tyrone Harris Junior by his father, who revealed that his son was a 'real close' school friend of the late Michael Brown. 'We think there's a lot more to this than what's being said,' Harris Senior was quoted as saying in local media reports. Footage shot by protester Tony Rice, who was live-tweeting near a McDonald's under the Twitter name @search4swag, showed a black man lying face down on the floor with his hands cuffed behind his back and a large blood stain on his torso. Two police officers can be seen standing over him with their guns drawn but do not assist him.
    Police shoot and critically injure man they say opened fire during Ferguson anniversary protests
Tyrone Harris JuniorFERGUSON, Mo. — A man who was shot and critically injured by police here after authorities said he opened fire at officers was in critical condition Monday, his father said, even as questions remained about what sparked gunfire amid protests marking the first anniversary of the fatal shooting of (black thug) Michael Brown, an "unarmed" 18-year-old, by a white Ferguson police officer (in self-defense). The late-night shooting was a violent coda to a mostly peaceful day of protests and vigils commemorating a year since Brown was shot and killed, an event that thrust this small suburb of St. Louis into the center of a national conversation on how police officers use lethal force toward minorities. It also heightened fears about what the latest bloodshed could do to a tense community that has repeatedly been unsettled by unrest over the last year. Activists have a day of civil disobedience planned in Ferguson on Monday. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said the man shot by his officers had opened fire on an unmarked police SUV shortly before midnight. While police have not named him, the man shot by authorities was identified by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and other local outlets as Tyrone Harris Jr. Belmar said they believe the man is about 20 years old.
Belmar said police were responding to reports of looting on West Florissant Avenue, which served as the focal point for the protests and unrest that followed Brown’s death last year and where stores were burned and looted on several nights. Tensions began to increase at about 8 p.m. local time. With most of those who came to Ferguson to demonstrate gathered at a rap concert and a panel discussion, groups of young men began breaking into storefronts along West Florissant.
Even as protesters and police were facing off nearby, two groups that were apparently involved in some kind of feud began firing at each other, Belmar said. He said between 40 and 50 shots were fired over about 45 seconds. Police were not clear on why the two groups were fighting, Belmar said.
That shooting was followed by another burst of gunfire at around 2 a.m. near the Canfield Green apartment complex, right near where Brown was shot. Two young men — 17 and 19 years old — were shot at around that time.
Meanwhile, Paul Hampel, a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, was beaten and robbed while reporting on a break-in happening on West Florissant. “I got swarmed, beaten down really bad,” he told the Post-Dispatch.
   

    (Another Tyrone Harris Jr.) Medical examiner ID’s suspect in Route 51 shootout with police
Tyrone Harris JrTyrone Harris JrPITTSBURGH — The medical examiner’s office has identified a rifle-wielding man who was killed in an exchange of gunfire with officers after shooting at people and carjacking a vehicle in Pittsburgh Monday morning. Lt. Edward Cunningham of the Zone 3 Police Department said the incident started just after 10 a.m. with a report of shots fired in the area of Jucunda Street. The medical examiner’s office identified the suspect in Monday's shootout with police as 20-year-old Tyrone Harris Jr.
Chief Cameron McLay said the suspect fired upon a vehicle on Route 51 with two people inside. “At approximately 10:18, the 911 center received another report that an actor fired upon an occupied vehicle,” McLay said. A man in that vehicle was injured and a woman was uninjured. Both were able to flee the scene. A man later reported that his vehicle was carjacked. McLay said the carjacker then fired on an approaching sheriff's deputy, hitting his windshield. "This was a very dangerous situation for the City of Pittsburgh. I was deeply concerned for the welfare of this community," McLay said. A woman was taken to a hospital after a collision with a pursuing law enforcement vehicle. After the vehicle was stopped in traffic in the area of Bausman Street and Route 51, the man fired on approaching officers who returned fire, and he died minutes later.
   

    (Yet another Tyrone Harris Jr.) Brother Charged With Accidentally Shooting 12-Year-Old Sis
Tyrone David Harris, Jr.MIAMI – A Miami man was arrested in the accidental shooting of his 12-year-old sister. According to police, 21-year-old Tyrone David Harris, Jr. was charged Friday with one count of carrying a concealed weapon. Miami Police said that Harris will not be charged with any other offenses, such as culpable negligence. Carrying a concealed weapon is a misdemeanor. In bond court, he told a Judge that he had no money and a public defender was appointed to represent him.

    Grisly details emerge in murder of 6 kids, 2 adults
David Ray Conley III Valerie JacksonHARRIS COUNTY, Texas – David Conley, 49, told Harris County Sheriff's investigators that he broke into his former home and killed eight people, according to a Harris County prosecutor. Investigators said Conley admitted to breaking into the home through an open window after the woman he formerly lived with, Valerie Jackson,40, changed the locks on the doors. Conley told investigators that he restrained eight people inside with metal handcuffs, including Jackson and shot them in the back of the head. Nathaniel Jackson, 13, was apparently the son of Conley and Valerie Jackson.
   
   

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    (Black) Boyfriend allegedly choked, killed (white) girlfriend in Brooklyn Park, Minn.
Toby Nicholas ClarkeKrista AmbersA mother of three was killed in her Brooklyn Park home around 3 a.m. on Thursday. And police say her live-in boyfriend is to blame. This was an all-too-familiar scenario where the family noticed bruising and confronted 36-year-old Krista Ambers, but she would lie -- too afraid of her abuser to come forward. Toby Nicholas Clark, 37, has a history of domestic abuse charges and an order for protection filed against him. Police were called to the home near 84th Court and Douglas Drive on a report of an unconscious person. By the time they arrived to the home, Ambers didn’t have a pulse and had injuries around her neck and arms. The medical examiner said the cause of her death was strangulation. Clarke was arrested by police and told them the two were having rough sex, and admitted to choking her. But the victim's son, Deanthony Ambers, said Clarke is only saying that to make it look like a mistake. “I want everyone to know that that's a lie,” Deanthony Ambers said. "That man took my mom's life for no reason and it was not an accident. He purposely did that to her." Deanthony said his mother was a victim of domestic abuse and believes she tried to call police, but Clarke took the phone away before she could get any help. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (Black) White House Staffer Threatened Boyfriend, a U.S. Capitol Police Officer, With His Own Gun: Police
Barvetta SingletaryA White House staffer has been charged with domestic violence after police say she threatened her boyfriend, a U.S. Capitol Police officer, with his own weapon during an argument. According to charging documents, Barvetta Singletary sent her boyfriend a text on Friday, asking him to come to her Upper Marlboro home for sex. After they had sex, Singletary confronted her boyfriend about other woman he was dating. Singletary is currently a Special Assistant to the President and House Legislative Affairs Liaison. - (Drudge)

    Oklahoma City woman arrested for indecent exposure at car wash
Christie PinkstonOKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman was arrested for several warrants after allegedly being caught with her pants down. On Sunday, officers were called to a car wash near N.E. 16th St. and Bryant after learning about an intoxicated person. When officers arrived, they reportedly found 34-year-old Christie Pinkston lying on the ground with her pants and underwear around her knees. After awaking Pinkston and putting her in handcuffs, authorities say she began trying to remove her pants again. Pinkston was in the backseat of the patrol car, she was able to pull her pants down and remove a tampon before attempting to touch herself.

    (Black deviant) man groped subway rider after touching himself: cops
Black deviantPolice are looking for a man who masturbated on a busy Brooklyn subway platform and then followed a 51-year-old woman onto a train and groped her. The victim was waiting on the B/Q train platform at the Atlantic Avenue station when the creep, began to fondle himself in front of her Aug. 7 about 6:20 p.m., cops said. The woman walked away and boarded the train, but the pervert hopped aboard with her and grabbed her behind. The victim managed to snap a picture of the deviant with her cellphone and handed it over to authorities.

    East Flatbush principal Lowell Coleman pulled from post amid theft allegations
Lowell Coleman A much-reviled veteran East Flatbush school principal was yanked from his post last week amid allegations he stole money, iPads and other electronics — and even fabricated break-ins to cover up his thefts. Lowell Coleman was stripped of his post at Public School 181 — sending “parents partying in the streets,” said Marie Souffrant, a parent who happened upon the spontaneous celebration Monday.

   

 
  • Local Man Accused of Trying to Organize 'Small Army' of ISIS Fighters in New York, New Jersey: Officials
    Nader Saadeh, who lived in Rutherford until he left the country May 5, allegedly to join ISIS, was arrested Monday on charges of conspiring and attempting to provide material support to the terrorist organization, federal officials said. He was previously taken into custody in Jordan. Saadeh's brother, Alaa, along with at least three others in New York and New Jersey, were arrested in recent months in connection with the alleged ISIS cell.

 
  • Manager fired after delivery driver replaced over his skin color
    A store manager for a home improvement store in Virginia was fired for replacing a black driver after a customer requested that only a white driver make a delivery for her. The customer who allegedly requested the white driver said that she had no regrets about making the request.

 

 

 


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    (Black) Man charged in (White) Birmingham detective's beating; outrage follows support of attack on social media
Janard Shamar CunninghamBirmingham detectiveBirmingham detectiveA Center Point man with a violent past is now charged with attempted murder in the pistol-whipping of a Birmingham police detective during a traffic stop Friday morning. Police today identified the suspect as 34-year-old Janard Shamar Cunningham, also known as Janaris Shavar Cunningham. He has at least a half dozen convictions dating back to 1999, and as many arrests in which charges were dismissed during the same time period. Cunningham is charged in the beating of a detective who is a six-year veteran of the force. Authorities said Cunningham stole the detective's gun and then repeatedly hit him in the head until the detective stopped moving.
Not long after the attack, photos began to surface on social media showing the detective lying face down on the pavement. Another photo showed him bloody and kneeling, but awake. In some cases on Facebook, the photos were accompanied by words of support for whoever beat the detective. That, police say, is outrageous. Officers are angry that any photos were shown at all, but even more so that there were some who mocked the incident. "He was laying there lifeless and people were standing around taking pictures,'' said Birmingham police Sgt. Heath Boackle, president of the Fraternal Order of Police. "If the tables were turned, and that was a suspect lying there, they would be rioting." "If the officer would have shot him, then he would have shot an 'unarmed man.' Instead, he took the gun from the officer,'' Boackle said of Friday's incident. "The officer had every right to shoot him. We're lucky we're not talking about him killing the officer." - (Black-on-white)

    Mass Murder (by black ex-boyfriend) in Texas Home Leaves 5 Children and 3 Adults Dead (including white)
David Ray Conley III David Ray Conley III Valerie JacksonHOUSTON, Texas – Eight people were found dead inside a home in north Houston Saturday night. Police officers entered the home after receiving a call asking them to perform a welfare check on the residents. Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) deputies entered the home after seeing a dead child lying on the floor when looking through the windows of the home. No one answered the door when deputies arrived at the house, HCSO spokesman Thomas Gilliand said. Deputies learned that one of the residents, David Conley, aged 49, had a warrant out for his arrest. David Ray Conley, III, who has a lengthy criminal record that included several cases of domestic violence, a search of court records by Breitbart Texas revealed. That record includes felony and misdemeanor charges of assault on a family member, a felony charge of retaliation, felony possession of crack cocaine, felony robbery charges, evading arrest, criminal trespass, and felony auto theft. His criminal record in Harris County dates back to 1988. He has been seen before judges in at least six different misdemeanor and felony courts in Houston. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • David Conley: 5 Fast Facts
    1. He Was Arrested in July After Allegedly Smashing Valerie Jackson’s Head Into a Refrigerator While She     Protected Her Child. He also threatened to kill Jackson in 2013, according to court documents
    2. He Wrapped an Electrical Cord Around a Baby’s Neck in 2000 & Threatened to Kill the Baby’s Mother
        Conley also threatened to kill a woman, who was then his girlfriend, in 2000
    3. His Anger Over Locks at Valerie Jackson’s Home Being Changed May Have Led to the Killings, Police Say
        The killer’s motives appear to be related to a dispute with Valerie, who was a former domestic partner.”
    4. Valerie Jackson’s Husband Also Had a History of Domestic Violence Against Her & Conley
        Valerie Jackson and her husband, Dwayne Jackson, also had a history of domestic violence incidents. In October 2012, she filed for an emergency protective order against Dwayne Jackson, who she described then as her estranged husband. They had four children together. She said Dwayne Jackson took her son’s social security     and food stamps and hit her in the face several times in June 2012. He also said he would bomb or set fire to her house or “shoot her house up,” if she leaves. Dwayne Jackson was also convicted of criminal mischief in 2012 after he threw a brick at David Conley’s car
    5. Conley Is Being Held Without Bond
  • Victims in mass killing in northwest Harris County identified
    David Conley, 48, is in custody, charged with capital murder following the deaths of 2 adults and 6 children. The deceased are Dwayne Jackson, 50, and Valerie Jackson, 40, and six children -- Nathaniel, 13; Honesty, 11; Dwayne, Jr., 10; Caleb, 9; Trinity, 7; and Jonah, 6. The victims were found in each of the three bedrooms inside the house. Detectives say the motive appears to be a dispute with Valerie Jackson, with whom Conley had a previous relationship. They say say one or two of the children may be Conley's.
  • Suspect charged with capital murder after 8 found dead in home
  • Suspect's criminal record includes history of family violence
   

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    Killona man gets 5-year prison sentence for animal cruelty
Rashard C. PocheRashard C. Poche, 37, got a five-year prison sentence after he plead guilty to one count of aggravated cruelty to animals for throwing a six-pound Chihuahua named Jojo against the wall. The Killona man was arrested on Feb. 20 and indicted by the St. Charles Parish Grand Jury on the cruelty charge. Poche plead guilty to the charge Thursday (Aug. 60 and was sentenced by Judge M. Lauren Lemmon to five years with the Louisiana Department of Corrections, consecutive to one year of parole revocation. He is also required to undergo a psychological evaluation and prohibited from owning, keeping or possessing animals for five years after his release. Poche was apparently arguing with his girlfriend, who was dog sitting Jojo for a friend, when he apparently became angry with the dog barking. He threw it against the wall and then “stomped” on him, according to the St. Charles Sheriff’s Office. The dog was treated by a veterinarian, but euthanized when it was determined his injuries were untreatable.
   

   

Hispanic pervert charged in gang rape-robberies, 2 suspects still at large
Joey Cruz, left, and Isaiah RiveraA man has been charged in two gang-rape-robberies — including one at the upscale Grand Hyatt Hotel, authorities said. Fernando Sandel, 26, was charged late Saturday, and police released the names of his two alleged accomplices who are still at large: Joey Cruz, 26, and Isaiah Rivera, 31. The Grand Hyatt rape took place Monday after the victim agreed to meet one of her attackers there. Once he was in the room, the pervert threw her on the bed and opened the door for his two pals. The three tied her up and raped her, cops said. The thugs left with her cellphone and pocketbook, police said. The next day, the same three men raped a 32-year-old woman in Gramercy, authorities said. She had arranged to meet one of the three at her apartment, and when he showed up, he Maced her and threw her on the bed. Then he opened the door for his accomplices, and the three raped and robbed her.


   

Police Arrest Two for Pottsville Homicide
Joshua Lukach and Shavinskin ThomasJohn BrockPOTTSVILLE — Pottsville police charged two young men with first-degree murder on Friday for a stabbing death in the city. Joshua Lukach, 18, and Shavinskin Thomas, 21, are both from Pottsville. Police say they were arraigned Friday night on charges that also include aggravated assault and robbery. They are locked up without bail. According to Pottsville police, the two used a kitchen knife and a box cutter to stab John Brock, 59, early Thursday morning inside his home on South 12th Street. Brock was found lying in the street outside his home. Police say Lukach and Thomas went to Brock’s home around 3 a.m. Thursday in order to rob him. But, when Brock saw their faces, Lukach and Thomas decided that they had to kill him. The two then fled with about $200 and Brock’s ATM card. Police say the suspects later used that bank card to withdraw $60, which they used to buy food and lottery tickets.

   

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Married family doctor and father-of-two 'drugged and raped a mother and her teen daughter while filming it and sexually assaulted another nine patients'
Binh 'Ben' ChungA family doctor has been accused of sexually assaulting 11 of his patients including a mother and her teen daughter who were allegedly raped. Binh 'Ben' Chung, 41, a married father-of-two, is accused of using horse tranquilizer ketamine to knock the women unconscious before attacking them in his Las Vegas surgery while filming the abuse. Chung's alleged crimes were only uncovered after his wife found tapes of him having sex with apparently unconscious women, before contacting the teen girl and her mother, who went to the police. Chung was initially arrested back in July and accused of attacking the girl, aged 14 or 15, who recalled the attack after speaking to her mother and realizing they had both been abused.



    (Black) New Orleans man arrested, charged in connection with Donaldsonville double murder (of two White men)
Quinton JacksonBenny Booker Chad NicholsDONALDSONVILLE, LA - An arrest has been made in connection to a double homicide that happened on the outskirts of Donaldsonville on January 26, 2015. Deputies have arrested and charged 26-year-old Quinton Jackson with two counts of first degree murder. On January 26, 2015, 37-year-old Chad Nichols was found dead on the front lawn of his home in Donaldsonville. Deputies say 29-year-old Benny Booker was found in the doorway of Nichols' home. He was rushed to the hospital where he died. Officials say both men were fatally shot and the investigation revealed the shooting was a drug-related crime, with the possible motive of robbery. Ascension Parish Sheriff Jeff Wiley says heroin was found in Nichols' home during the investigation. Shell casings recovered from the double homicide scene were examined by the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab and New Orleans Police Department Crime Lab. Lab results revealed the weapon used in the double shooting in Donaldsonville is the same weapon that was used in four separate shootings in New Orleans between 2011 and 2013, according to Sheriff Wiley. - (Black-on-white)
   

    3 Diverse Teens Charged as Adults in Pennsylvania Officer's Death
Nasiir Sheldon JONES, Isiah Malik EDWARDS and Tanner CURTISThree teenagers have been charged as adults with second-degree murder in the death of a Pennsylvania police officer who fell 15 feet while chasing them. Scranton officer John Wilding was taking part in a foot chase last month when he jumped over a wall, believing the drop to be only 2 or 3 feet. He fell 15 feet onto his back and died the next day. The teenagers were suspects in an armed robbery. They were arraigned Thursday afternoon on murder charges. Lackawanna County Chief Public Defender Lawrence Moran is representing suspects Isiah Edwards, Nasiir Jones and Tanner Curtis, all 17. He calls Wilding's death a tragic accident. He says he will seek to move the case to juvenile court.
   

    Blind (White) woman robbed in broad daylight by cowardly black parasite predator purse-snatcher
black purse snatcherGina Walters CHARLOTTE, NC - Something many of us take for granted is the same thing that may have made Gina Walters a target when she says she was robbed in the middle of the day on a busy street. "I should be aware of my surroundings and I am most of the time, except for what I cannot see," Walters said. Walters is legally blind. Because of that, she can't drive, so she often walks to the convinience store on Craighead road in North Charlotte. But Tuesday afternoon, her stroll home from the corner store wasn't so routine when a man approached her asking for directions "I was just trying to be nice and I told him that Sugar Creek Road was that way," Walters said. But in a split second their pleasant exchange did changed. "I had a change purse that was on my wrist and he took it off of me and stole it and ran across the street," Walters said. "I started screaming and crying frantically". In broad daylight, on a busy street, Walters says she was robbed of her credit cards, multiple forms of ID and nearly 300 dollars. "He really made it hard on me by stealing what he did. The only income i get is social security because of my vision I can't work," Walters said. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers with the North Tryon division responded and are currently investigating. But looking back, Walters remembers seeing the man in line at the store just moments before his attack. "When I was opening my change purse, he probably saw the cash I had in it," Walters said. But she never expected she'd find herself a victim and wants to warn others of the danger. "I feel like he took advantage of a vulnerable young woman, that could happen to anyone," Walters said. Walters says there is surveillance video of the man inside the convience store that has been handed over to police. He's described as an African-American male in his 20's. - (Black-on-white)

    Attack for ‘being white’ leads to hate crime charges for (Somali Black Muslim) cab driver
Mahad Abdinoor AbdiST. LOUIS, MO – A renegade cab driver now faces hate crime charges after reportedly attacking a man for being white. Mahad Abdinoor Abdi is the same suspect that was exposed in a report after witnesses said he threatened to decapitate police officers. These are extremely rare charges because prosecutors say hate crimes can be very hard to prove. In this case, according to this probable cause statement, the victim reports that Abdi attacked him Wednesday only because the victim was white. The cab commission revoked his license after Abdi reportedly threatened to chop the heads off police officers. He is already facing assault charges for threats. Abdi now faces two hate crime charges – property damage and assault motivated by discrimination. Court documents say the victim did not know Abdi. He was sitting on the tailgate of his truck when Abdi put him in a headlock and said. “He wanted to kill the victim because (he) was white.” The latest reported assault happened within a mile of where we first followed Abdi in his unauthorized cab. He faces the property hate crime charge because the victim reported that he later watched Abdi slashing the tires of his truck. - (Hatecrimes) - (Black-on-white)
   


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