Saturday, December 3, 2016

Hate Crime

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officers

Three Phoenix Arizona officers were outside of a convenient store when a man attempted to kill all three with his car. What happened next is amazing.

Three uniformed cops were standing outside a gas station when an African American named Marc Laquon Payne rammed the three officers with his car.

He got out and continued to attack, but the men in blue got back up and arrested the man.

One of the officers, the one that was thrown through the window, was on his first day.

Payne is facing charges that include attempted murder and he won’t be released for a long time.

The three officers were treated and two remain in the hospital. All three officers are expected to fully recover.

The rookie cop that was thrown through the window and got back up to arrest the driver has not changed his mind about his career. If anything, the video shows that he is needed in this crazy world.

After watching the video and knowing that the man did it on purpose, this is just another example of the hate many in the black community have towards the police.

This should be tried as a hate crime, but there are no reports of the DOJ investigating.

What are your thoughts after watching the above video? Let us know in the comments below.

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house-fire

A lesbian couple in Venore, Tennessee, burned down their own house–and then blamed it on their neighbor committing a “hate crime,” in order to collect a $276,000 insurance payout, a court recently decided.

Carol Ann and Laura Jean Stutte reduced their home to rubble back in September 2010, after writing the homophobic slur, “Queers” on the side of the house.

The couple described it to police as a likely hate crime–and in subsequent interviews with local media, they blamed it on their neighbor, Janice Millsaps.

They claimed that, a month before the fire, Millsaps had said, “Do you know what is better than one dead queer? Two dead queers.” And they claimed that Millsaps had repeatedly threatened their lives and even threatened to burn down their house.

Millsaps was investigated by both the FBI and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, but never charged. The Stuttes, however, filed a lawsuit against Millsaps, the status of which is unclear at this point.

The Stuttes’ ruse soon fell apart–when the insurance company, American National Property and Casualty Company, launched their own investigation into the cause of the fire. It became clear that the arson of the Stuttes’ house was part of an insurance scam, and not the work of a homophobic neighbor.

Now, a federal jury has now ruled in favor of American National Property and Casualty Company–saying that, because the Stuttes torched their own house, the insurance company doesn’t have to give them a penny.

The Stuttes have not been charged criminally in the arson of their house.

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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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