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NYPD Choking Death of Man – More Than Just a Chokehold Issue!

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Published on: July 21, 2014

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The brutal takedown and arrest of Eric Garner by the New York Police Department in Staten Island, which was quickly followed by the man’s death, became top national news after New York Daily News released video of the encounter (check here for more info).

There was a rally about the incident on Saturday (with Rev. Al Sharpton in attendance) and Mayor Bill DeBlasio has said he was “deeply troubled” about the incident and called for more investigation.

The focus, though, seems to be primarily on the chokehold itself used to take Garner down. Two officers involved in the incident have been assigned to desk duty during the investigation. A sample of some headlines about the circumstances of Garner’s death: “Death of New York man sparks closer look at police use of chokeholds” (Los Angeles Times); “Complaints About Chokeholds Are Focus of Study” (The New York Times). Nearly every headline surrounding the incident focuses on the chokehold.

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Washington Navy Yard Shooting Report: 160 Cameras and NO ONE Watching!

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Published on: July 21, 2014

Cameras showed the Navy Yard gunman’s every move, but arriving police didn’t know the control room existed. Employees who had cellphones locked away to protect military secrets had no way to dial 911. Arriving police were stuck outside security gates as the base went on lockdown. Aaron Alexis came face-to-face with several Navy Yard employees who survived, including one who threw a megaphone at the gunman and ran as a shotgun blast sailed by. These are among the dozens of details in a new report obtained by The Washington Post under a Freedom of Information Act request. The report was written by D.C. police to better understand how the shooting unfolded and what lessons they could take away.

160 cameras, and no one watched.

A private security guard was in an office with monitors showing the feeds from 160 security cameras while the shootings occurred. Those cameras, police now know, covered almost every inch of Building 197 and were documenting in real time every move by gunman Aaron Alexis. But the guard locked the door, hid and notified no one that he was there with access to the information.

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N.Y. immigration groups to close over alleged fraud (Oh No! It Can’t Be True!!)

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Published on: July 21, 2014

Two of the largest non-profit immigration service groups in the United States will shut down after being accused of defrauding thousands of clients, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Monday.

The International Professional Association will close immediately and the International Immigrants Foundation within two years, Schneiderman said. Their remaining assets of $2.2 million would be used to provide restitution to clients.

Schneiderman’s predecessor, now-Governor Andrew Cuomo, filed a lawsuit in 2010 against the groups and Edward Juarez, their president. He claimed they charged exorbitant fees for their services, including securing work permits and residency, and that their workers falsely claimed to be lawyers.

Juarez allegedly used the money to fund a lavish lifestyle and give jobs to his former wife and children.

“Organizations like IIF and IPA prey upon vulnerable individuals who seek a better life in this country,” Schneiderman said in a statement.

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Awesome: Father Beats 11 Year Old Son’s Sexual Molester to the Point of Death!

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Published on: July 18, 2014

This Friday, July 18, 2014 photo made available by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Fla. shows Raymond Frolander, 18. Police say a Daytona Beach father beat Frolander unconscious after finding him sexually abusing his son. Authorities say the father called 911 early Friday after he walked in on the alleged abuse. When officers arrived they found Frolander motionless on the living room floor. He had several knots on his face and was bleeding from the mouth. (AP Photo/Volusia County Sheriff’s Office)

A Daytona Beach father beat an 18-year-old man unconscious after finding him sexually abusing his 11-year-old son early Friday morning, police said.

The father called 911 around 1 a.m. after he walked in on the alleged abuse, police said. When officers arrived, they found Raymond Frolander motionless on the living room floor. He had several knots on his face and was bleeding from the mouth.

“He is nice and knocked out on the floor for you,” the father told the 911 dispatcher. “I drug him out to the living room.”

The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that the father — who was not identified by police — told investigators he walked in as Frolander was abusing the boy.

When asked by the 911 dispatcher if any weapons were involved, the father said “my foot and my fist.”

The father has not been charged with any crime.

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Lawsuit Filed Against ATF After Law Prevents DC Residents From Buying Handguns in TX

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Published on: July 18, 2014

Lawsuit Filed Against Eric Holder, ATF Director After ‘Overreaching’ Law Prevents D.C. Residents From Buying Handgun in Texas

When Washington, D.C. residents Ambeau and Andrew Hanson tried to buy a handgun from the Texas gun shop owned by Fredric Russell Mance, Jr., Mance wouldn’t sell because of a federal law preventing interstate handgun sales — a ban that does not apply to rifles and shotguns.

Mance wanted to make the sale, and the Hansons wanted to buy at a lower price than what they could get in the District of Columbia, where there is only one federally licensed firearms dealer – which means higher prices, according to federal lawsuit filed in Fort Worth, Texas, by a gun-rights group.

The lawsuit names Attorney General Eric Holder and the B. Todd Jones, director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are the co-defendants. Mance and the two D.C. residents are also part of the suit.

The Washington-based Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, or CCRKBA, is also a plaintiff. The lawsuit is funded by its affiliate, the Second Amendment Foundation.

“It is overreaching, if not downright silly, in today’s environment with the federal instant background check system to perpetuate a prohibition on interstate handgun purchases that has outlived its usefulness,” CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb said in a statement. “If a law-abiding citizen can clear a background check and legally purchase a handgun in his own state, he would pass the same background check just across the border in another state.”

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Furor Over NYPD Choking and Beating Staten Island Man To Death

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Published on: July 18, 2014

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A 400-pound Staten Island dad of six, suffering for asthma, died Thursday after a cop put him in a chokehold and other officers appeared to slam his head against the sidewalk, according to a video of the incident published on The Daily News website.

“I can’t breathe! I can’t breathe!” Eric Garner, 43, is heard screaming after at least five NYPD officers took him down in front of a Tompkinsville beauty supply store when he resisted an arrest.

Within moments Garner stopped struggling and appeared to be unconscious as police called paramedics to the scene.

The Staten Island resident was sitting in front of Bay Beauty on Bay St. and Victory Blvd. just before 5 p.m. when two plainclothes cops began questioning him about selling untaxed cigarettes, the Daily News reported. he started yelling at the cops that he was innocent.

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Jersey City *police* face gang threats after cop killer shooting (Smash the Gang Members!)

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Published on: July 17, 2014

There are serious threats against police officers in northern New Jersey from gang members who want to retaliate for a deadly shooting at an all-night Walgreens drugstore Sunday morning, CBS New York station WCBS-TV reports.

Sources told WCBS-TV that Jersey City police have stepped up patrols following two police-involved shootings this week.

A man shot and killed police officer Melvin Santiago Sunday. The police said the suspect, Lawrence Campbell, 27, was then shot and killed by officers.

Campbell ambushed Santiago, 23, when he and his partner responded to a call at the Walgreens at around 4 a.m. Sunday, police said. Campbell shot Santiago with a gun he had snatched from a security guard he assaulted, police said.

Due to the threats, all officers must patrol in pairs and the department has stepped up security for Santiago’s wake and funeral, which is scheduled for Friday at St. Aloysius Catholic Church.

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Border Agents Threaten to Side With Patriot Protesters if Obama Orders them to Use Force!

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Published on: July 16, 2014

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We’ve been saying for two weeks that President Obama has a weak hand as he promotes his plan to deal with his own manufactured “border crisis”. Quite simply the entire administration is on the wrong side of the people.

This recent report from the Border Patrol not only confirms this perspective, but further outlines how stark and contrasting is the opposition to illegal immigration.

CALIFORNIA - In an exclusive expose regarding the immigration standoff in Murrieta, California, it was revealed by a confidential informant inside the Murrieta U.S. Border Patrol facility that the real reason busses stopped delivering illegal immigrants was due to a virtual mutiny within the U.S. Border Patrol ranks.

Guerilla Media Network investigative journalists conducted a recorded telephone interview with a highly credible and prominent Murrieta community leader on Sunday July 14, 2014 when it was revealed that frontline U.S. Border Patrol agents threatened to stand down if the Department of Homeland Security executed a plan to use force upon protesters if they impeded buses transporting undocumented immigrants into the Murrieta processing facility.

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Deaf and Mute Straphanger Beaten by Stranger on F Train, Police Say

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Published on: July 16, 2014

 The suspect did not have any prior interaction with the deaf and mute man before attacking him, police said.

The Attacker.

 

BROOKLYN — A deaf and mute man was beaten in a seemingly random attack aboard an F train in Borough Park, police said.

The 44-year-old victim, whose name was not released, was on board the southbound F train about 4 p.m. on July 7 when a man repeatedly hit him in the face.

The attack continued until the victim managed to get off the train at the 18th Avenue station, near Webster Avenue, the NYPD said.

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Cops “SWATTED” wrong house, charged homeowner, Jury Acquits Homeowner (FU Police State)

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Published on: July 16, 2014

The dark figures in Watson\'s backyard turned out to be police, who were at the wrong house. They charged him with reckless use of a firearm.

Imagine you’re up watching our late night news when you hear your back door rattling, then see a red laser pointed on your chest. One Portsmouth man claims that happened to him.

Brandon Watson said he was protecting his family when his wife heard noises in the back yard on January 3, 2013: “She said, ‘oh my gosh, someone is in the backyard.’” The noises got closer and then she heard the clicking of the backdoor handle.”

In a neighborhood where weapons are everywhere, Brandon Watson didn’t hesitate to grab his own legally purchased gun. It was a decision with lingering repercussions.

Brandon remembers, “We ran upstairs very quickly … she saw guys in all black from right here in this window looking down.” Watson said he couldn’t immediately find his cell phone to call 911 so he ran downstairs with his firearm and stood at the foot of the stairs, shielded by a wall.

“I announced myself, ‘Who is that? Who is that? I have a gun.’ And as soon as I said that, two red laser beams were on my chest,” Watson said. “so I looked at the red laser beams on my chest, and I fired a warning shot.”

A single shot through a window, and then Watson ran to get help from his neighbor across the street, a Virginia State Police deputy.

As I came out of the house … they said, ‘stop,’ and I said, ‘Who?’ They then said, ‘Who just fired the shot out the back window?’ I said I did … and I was holding a gun, and they said, ‘put down the gun.’”

Watson dropped his handgun and said he received shocking news.

“They said, ‘we just got news you shot at an officer.’ I said, ‘An officer? Nobody came to my door. What do you mean an officer? I didn’t know there were any officers in my backyard,’” he told WAVY.com.

Then he learned the dark figures in his backyard were Portsmouth police officers who had not announced themselves.

“As far as the officers response, I support their response 100 percent,” said Portsmouth Police Chief Ed Hargis, who claims his men never heard Watson say he had a gun or say anything. “Anytime the police hear there is a firearm, they start giving verbal commands, and they start yelling police.”

It came out in court last September that police were in the wrong backyard. They were supposed to be in Patricia Brooks yard, which is next door to Watson. She had called 911 because she heard unrelated noises in the downstairs of her home.

Portsmouth Commonwealth’s Attorney Earle Mobley explained how police ended up in the wrong backyard: “When they went around from the front, they started counting 2, 3, 4.” They were counting the number of townhouse units from the end, where Patricia Brooks lived. “Then they see a gate that is open, and that raises suspicion that must be the house,” Mobley said.

Mobley admits Watson did not know police were in his backyard, but prosecutes him anyway for misdemeanor reckless handling of a fire arm.

“You cannot fire indiscriminately through the window,” Mobley said.

And a judge agreed. Watson was found guilty. So he appealed the decision, and a second judge declared a mistrial. At that point, Watson chose to have a jury trial.

“This can’t be doing your job. You come in my backyard, try to open my door, open my window and flash red laser beams on my chest because you thought I was the burglar, and I thought you were the burglar,” Watson said.

The seven-person jury bought that, and found Brandon Watson not guilty, after deliberating only 47 minutes.

“The Commonwealth really didn’t have a case. It wasn’t reckless, so it didn’t’ take a lot of discussion,” said Danny Barnes, a juror and WAVY-TV 10 employee.

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Here is a bra that shocks and burns potential rapists (a gun is better!)

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Published on: July 14, 2014

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Nearly two years ago, the gruesome gang rape and murder of a young woman on a bus in New Delhi left many Indians shocked and saddened. Tens of thousands took to the streets of the capital, urging the government to act.

Eventually, lawmakers passed stringent new anti-rape legislation. But for some concerned citizens like Manisha Mohan, changing the law wasn’t enough. The 22-year-old engineering student wanted to give women a way to defend themselves against attackers, something that went beyond mace, pepper spray or mixed martial arts. So over the past year, Mohan and two of her fellow students developed a rape-repellent bra that can shock and burn attackers.

It’s called Society Harnessing Equipment, or SHE for short, and here’s how it works: The bra contains a pressure sensor connected to an electric circuit that generates a shock of 3,800 kilovolts, which is severe enough to stun an attacker and severely burn his hand.

“It won’t be enough to immobilize the assailant or potential rapist,” Mohan says, “but that gives enough time for back up.”

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Glenn Says: A .357 Magnum Revolver will do the job this electronic piece of crap cannot… Then again, India wants its citizens disarmed and helpless, so they are forced to stoop to this pathetic level.

NJ Cop killer’s widow rages: I Wish He’d Killed More Cops! (Human Waste Needs Flushing!)

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Published on: July 14, 2014

Cop killer’s widow rages: ‘He should’ve taken more’

The widow of the Jersey City cop killer said her husband should have murdered even more cops during his deadly rampage — as her neighbors set up a sickening memorial to her fame-seeking spouse.

“He should’ve taken more [officers] with him,” Angelique Campbell said of husband Lawrence after he executed rookie Officer Melvin Santiago in an ambush early Sunday, before being killed by police.

“Sorry for the officer’s family. That’s, you know, whatever. But, at the end of the day, [Lawrence] got a family too. All they care about is the officer,” Campbell added in the interview with News 12 New Jersey.

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop called Angelique Campbell’s remarks “maniacal and crazy.”

“At first, I was angry, and the more I thought about it I just feel more sad for her, that she lives her life in that sort of mental state,” he told The Post on Monday.

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Family of 16-year old Criminal killed while robbing store by Armed Storeowner Whines to Media

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Published on: July 14, 2014

Ka-Blam – The would-be robber, shot and killed by armed storeowner!

 

Family and friends gathered outside of a Dayton shopping plaza to remember a teen shot in an apparent robbery attempt.

Isiah Haggins Jr., 16, was shot multiple times by the owner of the Step-N-Style clothing store in the Northwest Shopping Plaza on West Siebenthaler Avenue on June 30. Police said Haggins, along with another suspect, walked into the store armed with guns in a reported robbery attempt.

Since Haggins’ death was declared a homicide, the Sisters of the Precious Blood held a vigil for him Saturday afternoon.

People gathered Saturday outside of the store to pray for Haggins and his family; his mother says the loss is tough.

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NJ Police officer shot to death by criminal scum (Anti-Gun New Jersey)

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Published on: July 13, 2014

A gunman who killed a rookie officer responding to a report of an armed robbery at a drugstore early Sunday never tried to rob the store and instead lay in wait for police, telling a witness to watch the news because he was “going to be famous,” authorities said.

Lawrence Campbell, 27, shot Officer Melvin Santiago in the head shortly after he and his partner arrived at the 24-hour Walgreens at around 4 a.m., Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said. Other officers returned fire at Campbell, killing him.

Campbell, of Jersey City, was one of three suspects wanted by police for a prior homicide, Fulop said.

Fulop said Campbell was carrying a knife when he walked into Walgreens and asked for directions to the greeting card aisle. He assaulted an armed security guard at the store and snatched his gun, Fulop said. He waited for police to arrive, then shot Santiago with what police believe was the guard’s weapon.

“Today was a horrible day for Jersey City,” Fulop said.

Dozens of officers stood single file at the entrance of the hospital and saluted as Santiago’s flag-draped body was carried into an ambulance. A handful of younger officers consoled one another as they walked away. Santiago, 23, graduated from the police academy in December.

Fulop was there when Santiago’s body arrived at the hospital. As Santiago’s mother identified the body, Fulop said, she “just keep repeating the badge number and saying that it’s not possible.”

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Widow of man killed by Retired Cop ‘for texting’ hits out at judge after cop is released on bail

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Published on: July 13, 2014

On his way out: Circuit Judge Pat Siracusa set a $150,000 bail for the release of former Tampa Police captain Curtis Reeves, Jr, seen here in court Wednesday, who is charged with fatally shooting Chad Oulson, 43, and wounding his wife, Nicole

  • Bail was set at $150,000 for the release of Curtis Reeves, 71, accused of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Chad Oulson, 43
  • Appeals court ruled that a district judge may have made an error by failing to set bail for Reeves
  • Reeves shot and killed Oulson at a movie theater in January after a dispute over text messaging
  • The former police captain must stay home, wear an ankle monitor, surrender his guns and avoid contact with victim’s widow
  • ‘We are flooded, we are devastated,’ said lawyer representing Nicole Oulson after news of Reeves’ impending release

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