Monday, July 24, 2017

Crime

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FBI Stockpile
How could this have happened? I thought Chicago was a 'Gun Free Zone'!

An FBI agent’s vehicle was reportedly stolen earlier this week. A video from a surveillance had surrounded the internet showing the FBI agent’s White Chevrolet Equinox (2014) being abandoned at 900 block of South Leavitt Street, after being stolen from where it was parked in West Loop on the morning of July 03.

It was reported that, “Police said a 32-year-old man left his white Chevy Equinox running at the gas station when a male suspect entered the car and took off. The FBI confirmed that the vehicle belonged to an agent and had several firearms inside as well as tactical gear and a ballistic vest. The vehicle was last seen heading east on Van Buren Street.”

However, it has now been confirmed by the Chicago police that a 17-year-old boy has been charged in connection the theft of the agent’s vehicle.

The teenager was arrested “around 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday morning in the 5000 block of West Washington and charged with one felony count of vehicular hijacking, one felony count of aggravated battery of a government employee and one felony count of unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle,” as ABC news.

It is to be noted that the vehicle has several firearms and tactical gear present inside of it, at the time that it was stolen. It is yet to be indicated by the FBI, as to whether the arms have been recovered.

Meiku Huang, a member of the West Loop Neighborhood Association expressed that the theft of an agent’s vehicle that is loaded with arms could cause a possible threat to the neighborhood and could possibly “mean that there are more guns on the streets of Chicago.”

“I used to feel very safe. I have a dog and I walk my dog late at night and I always felt safe. Now I have to ask myself, now I have to look over my shoulder. I don’t know if I like that,” he added.

Whereas, Bill Garcia, who resides within the neighborhood the car was stolen, highlighted how the FBI needs to be far more careful. “I read about this earlier because I work in that area … but I didn’t know this was the vehicle, he said.  “I guess if you’re in the FBI, you probably shouldn’t leave your car running at a gas station,” Garcia added.

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The face of mental illness.

According to the latest police investigation reports, a man who killed three co-workers at a grocery store in Northeast Pennsylvania in a shooting spree, had a history of posting violent material and content on social media platforms. A disturbing prediction about President Donald Trump is also credited to the man.

Investigation officials say that they have identified the Twitter account of Randy Stair, the 24-year-old shoot who committed suicide after the murders.

Back in September 2016, two months before the election, Randy posted this chilling message regarding Trump on Twitter, “I can almost certainly guarantee you that Donald Trump will be assassinated. Maybe not this year, but in the near future.”

After the election, he took to Twitter, to post yet another creepy message regarding Trump. He wrote, “Donald Trump’s face is the *ss of America.”

According to the police, Stair locked up four of his fellow employees in a grocery store in Pennsylvania and shot to death three of them, while the fourth escaped and immediately rang the police. Before the shooting began, Stair reportedly spent 90 minutes blocking exits.

“This is really a mental health situation that utterly spiraled out of control,” Wyoming County District Attorney Jeff Mitchell said. “I think he had longstanding mental health issues that resulted in this horrible tragedy.”

“It’s just unspeakable, it really is,” he added. “These people went to work and they lost their lives because they went to work. It’s senseless.”

It is being speculated that Stair was obsessed with massacres since he clearly idolized mass killers including Columbine shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, on social media.

In a video posted on YouTube, Stair lashed out angrily at the world, saying, “I’ve been stepped on my whole life; not anymore. …I’ve had enough of this putrid planet and I’m going to leave my mark.”

Before his own massacre, Stair tweeted one last time, “Goodbye humans…I’ll miss you….”

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Wait until he gets to Congress.

After winning a special election, Greg Gianfonte is on his way to the US House of Representatives as a Montana Republican. The election, however, came under intense scrutiny after Gianfonte assaulted a reporter the night before the opening of the polls. Late Thursday night, Gianfonte, in his victory speech, apologized to the reporter by name, and also to his supporters.

“Last night I learned a lesson,” Gianforte told supporters. “No, please, I need to share something from my heart here,” he calmed the room, “I just ask you to bear with me.”

“And when you make a mistake,” he continued, “you have to own up to it. That’s the Montana way.”

“Last night I made a mistake,” he said, to more laughter, “I took an action that I can’t take back. And I’m not proud of what happened. I should not have responded in the way that I did.

“And for that I’m sorry,” he added, to thunderous applause.

“I should not have treated that reporter that way. And for that, I’m sorry Mr. Ben Jacobs.”

“I also want to apologize for the Fox News team that was there. And I’m sorry to each one of you, that we had to go through this. That’s not the person I am, and it’s not the way I’ll lead in this state.

“Rest assured, our work is just beginning. But it does begin, with me taking responsibility for my own actions. You deserve a congressman who stays out of the limelight, and just gets the job done.”

The special election had already been under intense watch as a harbinger for the upcoming midterm elections, but the attack made it difficult for electoral experts and analysts, as it’s unclear what effect it had on the elections. For the violent incident where witnesses say he grabbed Ben Jacobs by the throat, pushed him to the floor and punched him, Gianfonte was handed a misdemeanor assault charge.

A few conservatives, including Rush Limbaugh, jokingly said about the incident that maybe an attack on a reporter would help any candidate win in Montana. However, others, like Don Lemon of CNN, rebuked President Trump, saying his constant attacks on the press have created a toxic atmosphere which may have encouraged the attack.

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James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas ran into something unexpected at a holiday party hosted by a New York State teacher’s union.

At the party was attorney Mitchell Rubinstein who has worked for New York State United Teachers since 1990 according to his LinkedIn profile.

Rubenstein proceeded to tell one of Project Veritas’ undercover agents about his “worst” case ever.

The attorney described in graphic detail how, “20 years ago”, a teacher forced several children to engage in oral sex with him at knifepoint.

The teacher was defended by Rubinstein (at least before the school district) and was able to walk away with no jail time – just a resignation.

O’Keefe has been searching for this teacher for the past year that Rubinstein referred to only as “Mike.”

Yesterday, O’Keefe turned the story over to the public and asked for their help in locating the man.

The group 4Chan, most recently known for locating Shia Labeouf’s “He Will Not Divide Us Flag” (the group used star charts and condensation trails to locate the origin of the flag), took up the call, and within hours, has a possible suspect for “Mike.”

In 1992, the founder of a New York Bridge School was forced to resign after admitting to molesting two boys at his school aged 13 and 15. Eight others accused the man of abuse but those cases never moved forward.

Project Veritas is looking to confirm the relationship between the 1992 case at the Bridge School and the union attorney.

Finding “Mike” will be another blow to the teacher’s unions who appear to put the careers of their union members above any interests of children – even when they’re being sexually abused by their own teachers.

Watch the video above to learn more but be forewarned that it contains very explicit language.

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Seven hundred and sixty-two. That is how many people were murdered in Chicago last year; an appalling number not seen in two decades. Twelve people were killed over Father’s Day weekend in 2016. Another dozen were murdered over the recent Christmas holiday. And, the city’s liberal leaders — including “The Godfather” Rahm Emanuel — stand slack-jawed and clueless at how to stop this tide of violence washing over the Windy City.

Obviously, the City has a serious problem. But it is not a gun violence problem, or a gun control problem. Chicago is dealing with a complex and multi-faceted cultural problem of violence; the resolution of which requires throwing out the Left’s usual playbook — blame it on the Second Amendment – and replacing it with a “pro-police, tough-on-crime” strategy.

Unfortunately for the citizens of this major metropolitan area, this is something Chicago officials appear unwilling to do. To them, it’s not Chicago’s problem, but everyone else’s. “We border Indiana and Wisconsin, which have really lax gun laws,” Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson told CNN. “We know that people from Chicago go across the border, fill up gym bags with illegal weapons from gun shows and things of that nature and they come back here and sell them to the gangs.” This is the same song and dance trotted out by former New York City Mayor Bloomberg, whenever he was questioned about high levels of gun violence in the Big Apple – blame other states for your failures.

Illinois legislators see the problem through the same blinders as city officials. In recent years, they have made it increasingly difficult, if not virtually impossible for low income residents — who are among those most at risk to be injured or killed by gun violence – to defend themselves by buying and possessing firearms for self-defense.

Caught in the middle between Emanuel and his gun-control gang at City Hall, and the Democrat-controlled state legislature in Springfield, are the victims of their shortsightedness.

As shocking as are Chicago’s 2016 murder statistics, this level of violence is neither a new phenomenon facing a major city, nor one requiring rocket science to resolve. Other cities, including Richmond, Virginia in the 1990s and New York City in the 1980s, faced high levels of gang activity and gun violence. They stemmed the tide in large measure by effective policing, and by institutionalizing cooperation between law enforcement at all levels of government – federal, state and local.

Fundamentally, what Chicago needs is strong, consistent policing; along with a political structure and community leaders who actually support the police, and who will work collaboratively to build a criminal justice system that is swift, consistent and certain.

An example of this approach can be found in the 1990s, in a crime strategy adopted by then-Governor Jim Gilmore of Virginia and the United States Attorney’s office, responding to a rash of gun crimes in Richmond. These bipartisan officials (Gilmore was Republican and the U.S. Attorney was an appointee of President Bill Clinton) took the position that anyone caught using a firearm in the commission of a crime, would be turned over to federal authorities for prosecution. This reflected the fact that the more extensive resources available to federal prosecutors and the tougher sentences under the federal system, meant that cases did not languish in the state system, and that once convicted, the criminals faced lengthy mandatory sentences. “Project Exile” worked, and gun violence dropped significantly.

Unfortunately, neither the current mayor of Chicago nor the current U.S. Attorney General, would support such an approach; both are too busy blaming the police and the Second Amendment for gun violence.

In fact, a 2014 audit of federal prosecutions shows a dramatic decrease in federal gun-crime prosecutions under Obama, as the DOJ has found it more politically expedient to harass gun show attendees, than actually pursue the criminals on the street responsible for the violence such as witnessed on Chicago’s mean streets.

But there is a sparkle of light at the end of the tunnel.

President-elect Trump, and his choice for Attorney General, Sen. Jeff Sessions, understand that it is the criminals who commit gun violence; and that resolving the crisis requires a refocusing of priorities and tactics within the law enforcement and criminal justice systems. Therein may lie the best hope for Chicago’s beleaguered citizens now being whipsawed between merciless thugs and gangs and do-nothing political leaders.

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For criminals interested a little car jacking, they would be wise to avoid a four door white pickup on their streets.

As shown in this video, an armed criminal attempts to scare the occupant of this truck from the driver’s seat, but as a pedestrian clears the line of fire, the would-be-thief gets crumpled by the bullets that spray through the driver’s side window.

The video, which was posted on Instragram, seems to be authentic although no other details are given about what appears to be security camera footage.

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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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trump sign

People hate Trump because they say he is dangerous, but his detractors are stealing and beating people to prove their point.

The latest craze is people stealing Trump signs, and some of the sign owners are being beaten for protecting their property.

Here is a woman assaulted and her sign stolen (the video was filmed by one of the thieves).

The sign stealing has become a big thing; they are disappearing all over the United States.

Then there is this guy who just runs over a Trump sign with his car. The idiot was dumb enough to post the video online and he got arrested.

If you have a sign, we don’t recommend doing this, but here is how one guy stopped people from stealing his signs.

This election is getting out of hand and people are getting hurt just for supporting a major party candidate for president.

Most of America can’t wait for this election to be over, but either way this thing turns out it feels like it is only going to get worse.

Do you have a Trump sign? Has it been stolen? Let us know in the comments below.

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An illegal alien pleaded guilty on Wednesday to killing a coworker in her home, stealing $6,000 from her, and then lighting her body on fire.

Juan Jimenez-Olivera, 30, met Sviatlana Dranko, also 30, when they were worked at the same pizza parlor in New Jersey–until April 29, 2014, when New Jersey police found the burned remains of Dranko after responding to a fire call.

Jimenez-Olivera allegedly raped Dranko–though that charge was dropped as part of his plea deal–and then strangled her.

In an attempt to cover up his crime, he placed a pillow case over her head and lit her on fire using a lighter.

Jimenez-Olivera sits in a county jail and will be sentenced in mid-September. He faces a recommended 30-year sentence without the possibility of parole for the murder count.

But if Jimenez-Olivera does manage to get a sentence that allows for parole, he might wind up a permanent resident of the United States in his old age: apparently Mexico might refuse to take him back.

Jimenez-Olivera’s sentence comes on the back of other high-profile murders by illegal aliens–including Kate Steinle, a 30-year-old San Francisco woman who was gunned down by an illegal alien while walking through a touristy plaza with her dad.

It also comes after controversial comments made by Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, who pointed out that–despite the narrative on the Left, about the so-called “DREAMers,” illegal adults who came over as children–many illegal aliens do not come over with the purest intentions.

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dylann

LATEST UPDATE – The suspect in the Charleston shooting, 21 year old Dylann Roof, has been caught in North Carolina.

9:00pm on Wednesday night, Dylann Roof, 21, walked in and started shooting inside a church in historic Charleston, South Carolina. At 110 Calhoun Street, which is home to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, the shooter left 9 victims in his wake and fled the scene.

There is an active manhunt for the suspect. The FBI released the suspect’s picture and name and the Charleston Police Department is requesting any information related to the shooting and the suspect.

The police do not believe that the suspect has left the area. In fact there are a number of reports suggesting that the suspect is still in the area and threating to shoot up other places until he is caught.

The church is a predominantly African American and is the oldest AME church in the south according to the church’s website.

The crime has been called a “hate” crime being that the shooter was white and all his victims were black. There has been no real evidence to prove this is the case. The Mayor was the first to call the crime a hate crime.

“This is an unspeakable and unfathomable act by somebody filled with hate and a deranged mind.” – Charleston, S.C., Mayor Joseph Riley

A spokesman for the Justice Department says that federal officials are going to open an investigation into a hate crime. The FBI and the US Attorney’s Office for South Carolina are also opening up investigations.

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