Friday, December 9, 2016

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Tuesday afternoon, a man carrying a two-gallon gasoline can with fuel and matches was arrested after making terroristic threats near the famous Rockefeller Plaza Christmas Tree in New York City.

A Fox News employee noticed a man yelling hateful things towards the police and throwing a bottle.

After notifying the police, officers followed the man as he approached Rockefeller Plaza. He was apprehended before reaching the crowds surrounding the famed Christmas tree.

The police identified the man as Yuriy Alterman, 38, of Bronx New York.

According to the NYPD, the man was found with a gas can, matches and a book called “Sons of Hama”.

The book is an autobiography by the son of the founder of the Palestinian militant group named Hamas.

There are no reports of criminal intent or terrorism connections, but a source that spoke to the New York Daily News said he didn’t have a car.

“He said he has no car and he was just walking around the city.”

A man with no car was carrying gas and matches around one of the busiest tourist attraction during the holidays; no wonder the police arrested him.

This isn’t Alterman’s first run in with the law. He has prior arrests for criminal mischief, assault, fare evasion and obstructing governmental administration.

What do you think were the intentions of the man arrested? Let us know in the comments below.

Isis to attack on Inauguration Day

Since Trump was elected a month ago, ISIS has called for violent attacks, but they are planning something big for “Blood Friday”.

Friday, January 20th, Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States. We call this day Inauguration day, but ISIS is calling it “Bloody Friday”.

The radical Islamic group has ramped up its recruiting and messaging inside America with subtitled videos and translated message boards online.

According to news reports, ISIS is claiming that it has recruited a number of English speaking soldiers in the past couple of months. They are calling for attacks, but are they actually planning one?

Just last week Abdul Razak Ali Artan attacked 11 people on the Ohio State campus with a knife. Artan ranted on Facebook about ISIS before the attack according to Cincinnati’s special agent charge for the FBI, Angela Byers.

ISIS also released a report on its al-Naba publication that Artan was a member of their group. Although the FBI is not confirming a direct connection to ISIS, the terrorist group is.

Investigators are saying the “chatter” between terrorist groups and different members are increasing. The UK’s Express Daily is reporting that groups are planning “large scale attacks” on Inauguration day.

An Inauguration Day attack would be bold, dangerous and it would send a very poignant message to Trump and his administration. That is if they can pull it off.

Even without the threat of ISIS, all major law enforcement agencies will be on high alert for the event. Thousands of protestors are expected to join the tens of thousands of people coming to watch the Inauguration.

With the continued threats coming from ISIS and many Americans that are not happy with Trump, Washington will feel like occupied France on January 20th.

ISIS rarely lives up to its rhetoric, but planning an attack on the inauguration could be their boldest move yet inside of America. Luckily the FBI and many other agencies are working hard to make sure we are attack free.

This isn’t the first time that terrorists wanted to turn the Inauguration into a “blood bath”. CNN reported about terrorist threats prior to Obama’s inauguration.

The FBI did a great job during the Obama Inauguration and we expect them to do the same on January 20th.

Despite any terror threats, are you planning on attending Trump’s Inauguration? Let us know in the comments below.

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A law enacted in the nation’s capital by a crackhead mayor to “protect African American youths from the stigma of lengthy prison sentences” has resulted in a pattern of violent offenders returning rapidly to the streets and committing more crimes.

A disturbing series published by Washington D.C.’s mainstream newspaper reveals that hundreds of criminals who received lenient sentences under the measure have gone on to rob, rape or kill.

The law, Youth Rehabilitation Act, was passed in 1985 under Mayor Marion Barry, who resumed his political career after serving time in prison. During his third term as D.C. mayor in 1990 Barry famously appeared in an FBI surveillance video smoking crack and subsequently got convicted on drug charges.

After completing his sentence, Barry was elected mayor again before successfully running for a city council spot. Barry’s legal troubles continued until his 2014 death, with tax evasion charges, illegally steering a bogus city contract to his girlfriend and taking a cut for himself and stalking a former lover.

Shortly before his death, Barry got busted for steering millions of District funds to dozens of his favorite groups, including at least six “nonprofits” founded by him.

Much like Barry’s political career survived a multitude of scandals and illegal behavior, his effort to protect fellow criminals has endured.

The measure was intended to give minority offenders a second chance by letting judges issue shorter sentences for violent crimes and allowing the convicts to erase their criminal record. “The original intent of the law was to rehabilitate inexperienced criminals under the age of 22,” the news story states.

Instead, it has enabled many to embark on crime sprees with little consequences. The newspaper investigation found that “hundreds have been sentenced under the act multiple times.” The law allows offenders to avoid mandatory prison time for certain violent gun crimes and gives judges the power to assign “rehabilitation” instead of jail.

In dozens of cases D.C. judges issued sentences below mandatory minimum laws crafted to deter violent crimes. “The criminals have often repaid that leniency by escalating their crimes of violence upon release,” the article states.

The frightening consequences of the 30-year-old D.C. law come in the aftermath of President Obama’s efforts to rehabilitate—rather than punish—criminals and lower federal prison sentences to reduce racial discrimination.

The administration asserts that minorities, especially blacks, are disproportionately incarcerated for longer periods, especially when it comes to drug-related offenses. So, the president signed a law that for the first time in decades relaxed drug-crime sentences he claimed discriminated against minority offenders.

The measure severely weakened a decades-old law enacted during the infamous crack cocaine epidemic that ravaged urban communities nationwide in the 1980s. Under Obama’s measure, the feds released thousands of drug convicts whose sentences were too long under the old guidelines.

Earlier this year a convicted crack dealer who left prison early as part of Obama’s mass release of federal inmates was indicted for fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend and her two kids in Columbus, Ohio.

The gory crime drew national attention because the children, ages 7 and 10, were murdered to eliminate them as witnesses in the brutal massacre of their 32-year-old mother. The crack dealer, 35-year-old Wendell Callahan, should have been in jail when the crimes occurred.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Officer Collin Rose, 29, was shot and killed while responding to different larceny calls in the area just off the Wayne State University campus in Detroit.

Rose was shot in the head and died when he attempted to stop a suspect. The suspect, DeAngelo Davis is now in custody and being charged with first-degree murder. – http://fox17online.com/2016/11/25/wayne-state-charges/

Rose didn’t survive the shooting, but his K-9 partner, Wolverine lived and is now struggling with the death of his partner.

It was Wolverine that lead the procession into the massive Ford Field as hundreds of people came to pay their respects to the fallen officer on Wednesday.

The killing of such a well-liked officer was difficult for the community, but it was his partner, Wolverine that took it especially hard.

Wolverine had a hard time seeing his partner in the casket and tried to pull away according to reports. Officers and their K-9 partners create incredible bonds, and it was visibly stressful and difficult for Wolverine to lose his partner.

Wolverine wasn’t alone, the K-9 Unit came out in full force with over 100 other dogs to support and honor their fellow fallen officer, Collin Rose.

Rose also left behind a girlfriend he wanted to marry and is the third police officer killed in Detroit in less than two months.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with the funeral expenses for the Rose family that reached the goal of $70,000 in one week. –

Do you have any stories of the bond between man and his best friend? Share with us in the comments below.

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A female U.S. Army soldier

Pfc. Shadow McClaine went missing on Labor Day and three months later, we are finally getting some haunting answers as two suspects are charged.

This week, two soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division based out of Fort Campbell were charged with murder, kidnapping and conspiracy of their fellow soldier.

Jamal Williams-McCray and Charles Robinson have both been charged after McClaine’s car was found several months ago, abandoned in a parking lot.

McClaine had taken some days off to dog sit for a friend in nearby Clarksville, Tennessee when she didn’t return to her job as an air traffic control tower operator, the Army alerted authorities.

Her car was found a couple of days later and now a few months later two soldiers have been charged in her death.

This story takes a sad turn when we learn that the 25-year old McClaine was actually the ex-wife of one of the suspects.

McClaine and Jamal Williams-McCray were married, but got a divorce a year ago according to Fox News.

According to her mother, McClaine was planning on leaving the military this past October, and continuing her education.

The charges were just placed on the two soldiers and now the court process begins.

Pfc. Shadow McClaine was a great American and an honorable member of our military. She had served since 2011 and defended our country in Afghanistan and was also stationed in South Korea.

If found guilty, what should happen to the two men suspected of killing Shadow McClaine? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Women fighting

Two women fight in a California parking lot, but things get crazy when they get in their cars. See the shocking video.

The fight happened in South Los Angeles and according to reports, the brawl started over an argument about a parking spot.

The LAPD are investigating the fight that went from two women in a parking lot throwing fists to two women ramming each other’s cars.

Several videos have surfaced of the incredible altercation and here is one that catches the whole scene.

Watch until the end to see the wet mess they leave behind.

Luckily nobody was seriously hurt. It is obvious from the videos that several people were walking around the parking lot as the two women drove into each other.

The scene ended with the white SUV driving over a fire hydrant and spewing water high into the air like a scene from a movie.

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power came out and fixed the hydrant. Hopefully the police can identify the two women and send them the bill for the fire hydrant so the people of South Los Angeles don’t have to pay for stupidity of the two in the video.

Both cars and all suspects fled the scene before the police arrived. Police say they have opened an investigation after the video surfaced. No reports on the identity of the drivers or what charges will be filed when the pair are arrested.

I’m no police officer, but I would just call the BMW dealership and ask them to call back when they get a BMW SUV with a broken passenger door in for repair. From the video, that door and the poor fire hydrant got the worst of it.

When the police identify the women in the videos, what do you think should happen to them? Let us know in the comments below.

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Ohio State University

Tragedy hit Ohio State University on Monday and today we are learning about the attacker and possible terrorist influence.

Abdul Razak Ali Artan is the alleged attacker in the Ohio State “active shooter” event that happened late Monday morning.

Artan is a refugee from Somalia that is a legal permanent resident. During the attack, he drove a car into a group of people on the Ohio State campus and then jumped out and started attacking the wounded with a butcher’s knife.

After investigators found a Facebook rant on Artan’s page, the attack was apparently inspired by his anger towards the treatment of Muslims around the world.

Artan was not a student at the University, but had graduated by nearby Columbus State Community College earlier this year.

The attack is very reminiscent of many recent terrorist strikes in Europe where a knife or vehicle was used as the main weapons during the attack.

Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, ISIS put out a message calling for supporters around the globe to attack Americans and Europeans.

As of right now, there is no evidence that has been made public that directly links Artan to ISIS or any other radical Jihadist group.

The tragic incident could have been a lot worse if it wasn’t for the actions of campus officer Alan Horujko. Less than a minute after the attack started, officer Horujko was on the scene and shot and killed the suspect.

All the victims are expected to survive their injuries.

There were reports that two other men had been arrested from a nearby parking garage shortly after the attack took place, but the police have not linked them publicly to the attack.

Artan is one of almost 100,000 Somali refugees that have settled here in America since 9/11/2001. Attacks like these don’t help the people that are fighting Trump’s immigration plan. In fact, attacks like the one on Monday only embolden Trump’s resolve and the people’s support.

What should Trump’s first immigration action be? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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secret service

The U.S. Secret Service has lost thousands of agency computers, radios, cell phones, weapons, credentials and vehicles since Islamic terrorists executed the worst attack in U.S. history, records obtained by Judicial Watch show.

The equipment was reported lost or stolen by the Secret Service, which claims to be one of the most elite law enforcement organizations in the world with responsibilities that include protecting, not only the president, but also national and visiting foreign leaders as well as conducting criminal investigations.

Judicial Watch requested the records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) almost a year ago as part of an ongoing investigation into the scandal-plagued Secret Service. The information was finally provided this month and it most certainly depicts behavior unbecoming of an elite law enforcement agency.

Since 2001 dozens of weapons and pistols have gone missing, hundreds of agent badges and cell phones as well as scores of laptop and desktop computers and six agency motor vehicles. Labeled “lost and stolen assets” by the Secret Service, the records are broken down by year and type of equipment missing. Two categories are somewhat vague and neither includes records before 2009. One, titled “other equipment,” reveals the loss of 793 items since 2009. The other, listed as “office equipment,” shows the loss of 201 items during the same period.

The agency had an especially humiliating year in 2004 when 1,362 items were recorded as lost or stolen, the records show. Radio equipment led with 191 lost items in addition to 53 laptops, 53 desktop computers, 26 badges and 25 cell phones, among others.

In 2002 the Secret Service lost 1,179 items, including a disturbing number of weapons (69) and badges (40). Keep in mind that was the year following the 9/11 terrorist attacks! In 2014 the agency reported 1,032 items lost or stolen, among them hundreds of pieces of information technology equipment, 142 cell phones and a motor vehicle. In 2010 the records list 1,001 disappeared items, including dozens of badges, computers and cell phones.

Some of the categories are too general and don’t offer specific descriptions of the equipment, but enough information is provided in the records to illustrate the severity of the negligence. Except for 2013 the Secret Service has lost more than 100 information technology items every year since 2009. For the portion of 2016 that’s been reported, the agency has already lost eight badges. In 2015 it was 18 and in 2014 it lost 25 badges.

The Secret Service has been rocked by several scandals in the last few years, including one that Judicial Watch uncovered last summer. Known as “Operation Moonlight” and “Operation Moonshine,” agents were covertly redeployed from the White House compound to protect a close friend of the agency’s then director during a dispute with a neighbor.

Judicial Watch obtained government records containing details of the illicit operation, which occurred under former Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan. His good friend and administrative assistant at the time, Lisa Chopey, was embroiled in a discord with a neighbor in her rural community of La Plata, Maryland and the Secret Service surreptitiously redeployed agents assigned to guard the White House to protect Chopey and conduct undercover surveillance of the problematic neighbor.

Other Secret Service transgressions have made headlines in the last few years. Besides drunken agents plowing a government vehicle into a White House security gate, a dozen agents brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms during a 2012 world leaders’ summit attended by President Obama. A mainstream news outlet called the incident a debauchery that caused an uproar and surprised many who previously regarded Secret Service agents as a highly disciplined force of dark sunglasses, earpieces and unreadable facial expressions.

The Secret Service suffered another major blow when a psychologically disturbed man with a knife jumped over the White House fence and ran across the North Lawn, into the executive mansion and to the entrance of the East Room. Last year a drone flew over the White House and landed in an area that’s supposed to be secure. The device was described as a quadcopter drone and the Secret Service told media outlets that it crash-landed in a tree on the southeast side of the complex around 3 a.m.

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ceo

“I’m going to kill the president elect.” These words from a successful CEO have him in very hot water right now.

Matt Harringan is the CEO of PacketSled and is also posting on Facebook his intentions to kill Donald Trump.

PacketSled is a risk management company that has been successful. The company was forced to take action after learning of the comments online from their CEO.

“I’m going to kill the president elect,” was one of the worst ones, but he also challenged Trump’s security by saying, “Bring it secret service.”

“Getting a sniper rifle and perching myself where it counts. Find a bedroom in the whitehouse that suits you motherfucker. I’ll find you.”

It isn’t just Trump he’s mad at.

“In no uncertain terms, fuck you America. Seriously. Fuck off.”

The words are haunting and hint to a very deep hatred for Trump. He seems dangerous and it doesn’t seem like a “joke” as his Facebook apology claims.

Matt Harrigan is now on leave from and his company PacketSled made an apology on their website as well.

“PacketSled takes recent comments made by our CEO, seriously. Once we were made aware of these comments, we immediately reported this information to the secret service and will cooperate fully with any inquiries. These comments do not reflect the views or opinions of PacketSled, its employees, investors or partners. Our CEO has been placed on administrative leave.“

He must have been really angry and shocked that Trump won, because he said things that everyone knows are wrong.

You can’t just joke about killing the president, and if you do, you are an idiot that shouldn’t be in charge of any company.

It is ironic that he works for a risk management company and said what he did online. It should make one question the company.

Do you agree that everyone knows that you shouldn’t threaten the president or president elect? Let us know in the comments below.

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noodle

Two men in a domestic dispute had the police called after one was injured with the most unlikely of weapons.

A gay couple in Florida got into a fight over infidelity according to the arrest affidavit.

The two starting getting very loud and then things turned violent, if you can call it that.

During the course of the argument, Michael Herrick, 40, threw some water on his boyfriend, but that wasn’t the worst of it.

Next he wouldn’t hold back, Herrick saw red and attacked. At that moment, Herrick picked up a little cup of Ramen Noodles and hurled the uncooked meal across the room.

In dramatic fashion like Lebron James trying to take a charge, the boyfriend of Michael Herrick went down in “pain”.

The police came and arrested the man on a misdemeanor for attacking with Chinese noodles or also known as domestic battery.

Just to be clear, we are not mocking the crime, just the tool used in the crime. Michael Herrick doesn’t really deserve our sympathy.

Herrick has been convicted in the past for passing bad checks, grand theft auto and for violating probation. Now we can add, noodle ninja to the rap sheet.

Have you ever thrown a pack of Ramen Noodles at your partner?

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