Friday, October 28, 2016


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Dallas Police

The Dallas Police Chief David Brown has done a remarkable job holding his city together and keeping his police force focused on solutions and not vengeance.

Chief Brown has done such an amazing job that it is shocking to find out that in 2010 his 27-year old son shot and killed a police officer and another man in a shootout.

The chief’s son suffered from bipolar disorder and was a very troubled man at times.

Brown had only been the chief at that point for just under two months when he found out that his son killed two people and died in a shootout with police. That shooting took place on Father’s Day.

After seeing what happened in Dallas last week, we think we know what kind of man David Brown is, but he is even stronger than we know.

Following the death of this son, Chief Brown set up a meeting with each of the victims family to apologize.

He is a tough man that knows what it feels like to grieve. Drug dealers killed Brown’s brother in 1991.

Brown has been on the force for over three decades and even lost his partner in a shootout. Brown stayed with his partner’s kids all night when they found out their father died in the hospital.

When Brown became chief of police, he fired close to 70 officers. He got rid of the bad apples. Chief Brown is one man that is doing things right.

Chief Brown is a strong man. He knows what it is like to be a grieving family member. He knows what it is like to witness a partner being killed. He knows what it is like to face corruption. He knows what it is like to be the father of a killer.

With all that Brown has learned over his life, we now know how fortunate Dallas really is to have a man of such integrity leading them through this horrible time.

Thank you Chief Brown.

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Well, this is a story you don’t read every day. A Michigan court is trying to decide if a parrot can be used as a witness to a murder. That’s right, a parrot. A “polly wants a cracker” kind of bird.

Last year, Martin Duram was found dead in his Michigan home with multiple gunshots. His wife Glenna is the main suspect.

The family and police think the couple argued over money and bills and then Glenna pulled out a gun and shot her husband.

There were no human witness of the crime, but their parrot keeps repeating words that make it appear that Glenna really did kill Martin.

The parrot kept repeating a conversation and apparently it was the conversation that Marin had with his wife before the crime occurred.

“Get out” and “Don’t f*ck*ng shoot me” are two of the phrases that the bird started quoting just weeks after the killing. The family and prosecutors say these were Martin’s last words before his wife shot him.

Can the bird really be used as a witness? Maybe.

The courts in Michigan are trying to decide if the parrot’s testimony will even be allowed in court, but it isn’t out of the question.

When asked about the case, the prosecuting attorney Robert Springstead made the following comment about the parrot.

“It’s an interesting novelty and it’s been a great opportunity for me to learn about African parrots. It is something we are going to be looking at to determine if it’s reliable to use or if its information we need to prosecute this case.”

Check back to Liberty News Now as we follow this strange case.

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A UN official due in court for tax fraud on Monday died over the weekend and conspiracy theorists are looking at the Clintons.

In 1993, a lawyer from Arkansas who was the childhood friend of Bill and former coworker of Hillary was found dead because of an apparent suicide. The conspiracy theories haven’t stopped since then, but now a new “conveniently timed” death could spark new conspiracy theories.

John Ashe was due in court today, but he never made it.

The United Nations officially said Ashe died of a heart attack. Local law enforcement think differently.

Local officials in Westchester Country think that Ashe died because of a crushed windpipe–.that a barbell fell on his throat while he was lifting weights.

The confusion about the cause of death is odd to say the least. Another thing that is odd is the connection between John Ashe and the Clintons.

John Ashe is a disgrace. He was under investigation for tax fraud with his co-defendant, Ng Lap Seng, a Chinese businessman who is charged with sneaking $4.5 million into the US.

Ashe and Seng worked together and Seng is considered a “bagman” for the Clintons.

A 1998 report identified Ng Lap Seng as the source of almost a million dollars that was illegally funneled to the DNC through an Arkansas business owner during the time Bill Clinton was in the White House.

Ng was never charged with a crime.

The death of John Ashe is unique, because in court Ashe’s connection to Seng and to the Clintons would have come out during prosecution. The entire event would be embarrassing to the Clintons and that is something they don’t need right now.

The local police are keeping the case open and are conducting an autopsy.

The lawyer to Ashe, Jeremy Schneider, does not think it was a murder though. Schneider is quoted as saying, “There is not one iota of evidence that it was a homicide. This is nothing like Vince Foster”.

Maybe Ashe was just working out and dropped a barbell on this throat and died like the local police claim. Maybe Ashe died of a heart attack like the United Nations claims. Maybe it was a murder to keep negative information about the Clintons from hitting the press. Maybe it was aliens. We don’t know.

What we do know about Ashe’s death is that there are still a lot of questions surrounding the circumstances, and he is yet another person who was involved with the Clintons and ended up dead.

How do you think Ashe died? Let us know in the comments.

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Deport Illegal Alien

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Inspector General has reluctantly agreed to “investigate” how the agency could possibly fail to deport an illegal immigrant with a serious criminal record at least three times, allowing him to murder a young woman in Connecticut. Pressure from the state’s congressional delegation landed the probe on the busy watchdog’s lengthy list of “ongoing projects” so interested parties shouldn’t hold their breath for answers.

Before delving into the details of this gruesome case, it’s important to mention that Connecticut has long protected illegal immigrants with sanctuary policies and even offers them special drivers’ licenses, known as Drive Only. The state also gives illegal aliens discounted tuition at public colleges and universities and authorities work hard to restrict the feds from deporting illegal immigrants. In fact, despite President Obama’s amnesty and open-borders policies, Connecticut is always a step ahead when it comes to protecting illegal immigrants and granting them rights. Undoubtedly, this attracts a large population of undocumented aliens like the murderer in this case.

Nevertheless, DHS has a duty to remove dangerous foreigners who pose a threat regardless of local policies shielding the perpetrators. In this case the outrageous negligence on the part of federal immigration authorities permitted a Haitian national (Jean Jacques) to brutally stab a woman in her apartment, leaving her body inside a closet. The heinous crime occurred last summer and sketchy information of how the government repeatedly dropped the ball has slowly been uncovered by local media outlets that, not surprisingly, have encountered strong resistance in obtaining substantial details. This led Connecticut’s two U.S. Senators and a congressman—all Democrats—to hound the DHS IG into investigating the matter. The watchdog recently added the case to its long docket, perhaps to appease the incensed lawmakers, media and local citizens.

Here’s what we already know from local media reports in Norwich, the city of about 40,000 residents where the murder occurred; the DHS agency responsible for deporting illegal immigrants, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), failed to remove Jacques at least three times dating back to 2002. As if this weren’t atrocious enough, Jacques spent 17 years in prison for attempted murder before authorities released him—instead of deporting him—in January of 2015, the Norwich Bulletin reports. Six months later the 41-year-old illegal alien convict stabbed 25-year-old Casey Chadwick to death. Police said Chadwick died of sharp forced injuries to the head and neck. Jacques is being held on a $1 million bond.

Unfortunately, this is not an isolated case. In the last few years illegal immigrants with lengthy criminal histories have been allowed to remain in the U.S. despite being repeat offenders. Judicial Watch has investigated several of the cases and obtained public records from the government. For instance, back in 2008 JW launched a California public records request with the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department to obtain he arrest and booking information on Edwin Ramos, an illegal alien from El Salvador who murdered three innocent American citizens. Ramos was a member of a renowned violent street gang and had been convicted of two felonies as a juvenile (a gang-related assault on a bus passenger and the attempted robbery of a pregnant woman) yet he was allowed to remain in the country.

Judicial Watch also investigated the 2010 case of a drunken illegal alien who killed a nun in Virginia and sued DHS to obtain records. The Bolivian national, Carlos Montano, had a criminal history but federal authorities released him on his own recognizance after two previous arrests. JW’s probe determined that Monatno had a revoked license and had previously been arrested on drunk-driving charges when his car crossed a median and slammed into a vehicle carrying three nuns. The two survivors were critically injured. Local police said they had turned Montano over to ICE after at least one of his arrests, but he never got deported.

Well known for supporting illegal immigrant rights, the Connecticut lawmakers are only demanding answers because Chadwick’s murder occurred in their backyard. In fact, both senators helped block a bill last year that would have stripped federal policing grants from sanctuary cities and states like Connecticut. Now they’re getting the runaround from ICE which has responded to their “repeated inquiries” in an “incomplete and unsatisfactory” manner, according to a joint announcement. The lawmakers also blast ICE, stating that it is “unacceptable” that the agency failed to remove the Haitian illegal alien considering his criminal record. Perhaps if states like Connecticut didn’t offer illegal immigrants sanctuary this case and many others like it nationwide wouldn’t exist.


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Six people were found dead at a Texas campsite Sunday morning. Like something from a horror film the story unfolded as the lone survivor shared the details from their vantage point–hidden in the woods and playing dead.

The survivor called 911 around 7AM the next morning. The Anderson County police arrived at the scene on private property near Tennessee Colony, Texas to find that two sets of families were murdered.

Four bodies were dumped in a pond, two more were found in the RV. The youngest victim was only 6 years old.

They had travelled from out of state and had been camping on land owned by one of the victims.

The survivor, the wife of one of the victims, ID’d William Mitchell Hudson, a man who lived on a large adjoining property. He has been arrested and charged with one count of murder, but authorities expect to announce more charges soon.

As of now, there seems to be no real motive for the slayings. Hudson had been recently arrested for assault, but police said his violent behavior, “wasn’t of this nature”.

The bodies that were dumped were recovered from a pond on Hudson’s property.

While whatever incited this massacre remains to be seen, it is a particularly harrowing tragedy that will doubtless be with the poor woman who witnessed it for the rest of her life.

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On October 12th a fire in a mixed-use building took the lives of two Kansas City firemen. Larry Leggio and John Mesh have been remembered across the city for the last month. The fire also injured two other firefighters.

This week, however, a Kansas City woman has been charged for murder in the case of Leggio and Mesh’s deaths. The fire was the result of Thu Hong Nguyen, 43, starting a fire in a salon that operated inside of the building. She has been charged with first degree arson as well as two counts of murder.

The two firefighters died when the building collapsed.

Evidence points to Nguyen starting the fire to engage in insurance fraud, something that she may have done earlier this year. She will be held responsible for the firefighters’ deaths because they were a result of her original crime of arson.

Investigators determined that the fire originated from the LN Salon and Spa, where Nguyen worked. Security footage showed her being the last to leave the salon the evening of the 12th and just ten minutes later, the first signs of smoke emerged.

A fire in 2013 in the Kansas City suburb of Lee’s Summit may also be linked to Nguyen.

Nguyen bought four bottles of acetone and four bottles of isopropyl alcohol the day of the fire, which would under other circumstances not be an issue for a nail tech to purchase. Her story involved cellphone calls that did not match her phone records, and the other lie about leaving has trapped her in a pretty damning situation.

Arrested Monday evening, her bail has been set at $2 million.

The Kansas City Fire Department declined to comment for privacy issues during the ongoing investigation. The families of the victims are protecting their privacy and has remained silent about their reactions.

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Tragedy has struck a small Missouri town after a 13 year old boy deliberately shot and killed his foster-sister last week. Police tried to revive the girl but she died October 8th in a rural town south of Kansas City, Missouri.  

Few details have been released about the case because of privacy laws dictated by the state with respect to child welfare. It is likely that the boy will be charged for the slain girl’s death. Reports have suggested that the killing was not the result of an accident but was, in fact, deliberate. The investigating officer declined to comment on the children’s relationship. Rebecca Woelfel, spokeswoman for the Missouri Department of Social Services, also declined to comment on the case.

The incident took place outside the home where they both lived with a handgun that the older boy had found inside. The foster father was home at the time.

The boy ran to the woods after shooting the girl and was arrested shortly thereafter.  

No details have been released about how the boy came into possession of the firearm or the nature in which the girl was wounded.

It has been reported that more than one weapon was missing at the time that the officers searched, but they have all been accounted for.

The school district dispatched a crisis team to the schools the children attended. They were there Friday to help students process the tragic event.

Superintendent Rick Stark of the Jasper School District, made a statement that no other information would be released. He added, “We are all upset and still in shock right now”.

Unfortunately, there has been a string of violent events in the last few months.

An 11 year old boy was charged in Tennessee with the murder of his 8 year old neighbor. The two were having a disagreement about a puppy. In September, another 11 year old boy fatally shot a 16 year old intruder that had entered his home. Just last month an 8 year old boy was cleared by a judge to enter foster care in Arizona after murdering his father and another man.

Truly, we need to be cognizant of teaching our young ones about gun safety. We need to be diligent in keeping them safe and being responsible gun owners. Liberals will use these tragedies to make the conversation about the weapons themselves. Education is our best defense against senseless gun violence, not laws or bans. We need to be having conversations with children about the power of these weapons, not teaching them to be afraid of them.

We can’t put an end to violence, but we can be responsible gun owners.

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At 6:45AM on Wednesday, August 26th, a routine live interview with a local Chamber of Commerce representative took a deranged turn for a shocked Roanoke Virginia audience. The camera violently fell to the ground to reveal a familiar face for the news station, but not one that they would expect in that broadcast.

An ex-employee of WDBJ-TV gunned down the cameraman, Adam Ward, and the on-air reporter, Alison Parker. Both died on the scene. The interviewee, Vicki Gardner is in critical condition after being shot in the back when trying to flee.

The killer was an anchor for the news station and whose employment was terminated for undisclosed reasons. While on-air he went by Bryce Williams, his real name being Vester L Flanagan II.

Although there seems to be no connection between the murderer, and the reporter his time at WDBJ-TV did overlap that of Adam Ward, whose fiancee was in the control room to witness the unfortunate live broadcast of the killings. He had recently told her that he was not sure if he would continue in news.

While Flanagan had planned an escape by dumping the original getaway vehicle in exchange for one he’d rented earlier in the month, the authorities were able to track him by his cell phone. Once located, police enacted an attempt to pull him over. He gave chase and shortly after his car crashed and he was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Two videos were posted to social media site, Twitter, which show a person walking up to Parker and Ward right before they were slain. The site has since removed the videos for their graphic content, but they were posted under the name Bryce Williams, the same as Flanagan’s previous handle on WDBJ-TV.

ABC News reported receiving a twenty three page manifesto from Flanagan, outlining his desires to retaliate against his former employer and spark racial controversy by killing the white news crew. He claims to have been bullied and discriminated against for being both black and gay; calling himself a, “human powder keg…about to go off for a while now”. His dissertation goes on to say that the murders were intended to be a response against whites to the Charleston, NC shooting perpetrated by Dylann Roof at Emanuel A.M.E. Church and probes the question, “You want a race war?”.

Flanagan praises Seung-Hui Cho, of the 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre, and the Columbine High School shooters of 1999 in his many pages of ravings and calls them his inspiration.

It is clear that he was disturbed and chose his victims by their position at the station and their race. The rest of what drove him to commit such a heinous act is no doubt trapped in what’s left of his brain at the county morgue.

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A 19-year-old illegal immigrant was arrested after killing three relatives in Ft. Myers, Florida.

Brian Omar Hyde has been charged with the murder of his pregnant cousin, Scarlett Pitts, 17; her 19-year-old boyfriend; and Pitts’ mother, Dorla, 37, who is also Hyde’s aunt. All three of his victims were stabbed to death in the head and neck–and the scene was so grisly that it shocked even veteran cops.

“All homicides are normally violent but even for us this scene was what we considered almost unimaginable,” said Lt. Matt Sands, a veteran police officer who came to the scene.

No motive has been established for the murder of Pitts and her boyfriend, but Hyde apparently turned his knife on his aunt because she walked into the room while he was committing the first two murders. She was on the phone with her husband at the time, who said he heard her scream, “Brian! What happened here? What happened?” before the line went dead.

Hyde’s aunt had been helping her nephew obtain a high school equivalency diploma in the United States.

Hyde, who is in the United States illegally from Belize, has a long history of criminal violence in his native country.

He fled Belize initially because he faced charges of assaulting a police officer last year. He was found guilty in absentia and given a 6-month jail sentence.

He also robbed a Belize cell phone store in 2013, and has been a suspect in two other murders.

After fleeing the scene, police caught up with Hyde when they pulled him over for a traffic violation. At the time of his arrest, he was barefoot and covered in human blood.

Hyde now faces three counts of second degree murder, and one count of killing an unborn child by injury to the mother.

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A 15-year-old California boy, who raped and killed an 8-year-old neighbor, is getting defense from some liberal youth advocacy groups–who claim he was too young to understand what he was doing was wrong.

Liberal groups like the Youth Law Center, based in San Francisco, are coming to the defense of Adrian Jerry Gonzalez, the 15-year-old suspect, claiming that the district attorney should have asked a judge whether he’s fit to be tried as an adult.

If Gonzalez was tried as a juvenile, he would stay in juvenile hall–and would be released at the latest when he was 23, meaning he would serve just 7 or 8 years in prison for the rape and murder of his 8-year-old neighbor, Madyson Middleton.

Gonzalez is accused of luring Madyson, the daughter of his mother’s friend, to his family’s apartment, raping and murdering her, and then hiding her body in a recycling bin. Madyson was reported missing on Sunday, and her body was discovered on Monday night. Gonzalez was arrested soon after, though the police have released no official motive for the killing.

But despite the gruesome nature of the crime, many liberal advocates are urging the courts to go easy on Gonzalez, since a 15-year-old couldn’t possibly know that luring, raping, and murdering a little girl was wrong.

“There is no way on earth that a 15-year-old could have fully comprehended what he was doing,” said Barry Krisberg, an advocate of Gonzalez, who is a criminologist at the University of California, Berkeley. “He might be able to recount the events that resulted, but the notion that he comprehended the consequences of his action flies in the face of all the science we know.”

Advocates like Krisberg expect a judge and jury to believe that a 15-year-old boy not only was unable to comprehend that raping and then murdering a little girl was morally wrong–but that he didn’t even realize the legal consequences that such a crime would carry. A 15-year-old.

As of now, the courts are having none of that “logic.” Gonzalez will be tried as an adult, rather than a juvenile–a distinction that will almost certainly bring a much longer prison sentence.



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