Thursday, July 20, 2017

Murder

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Sanctuary City
Local politics is important - you may be living right next to a sanctuary town, and not even know it.

Concerns regarding sanctuary cities continue to stir, as an illegal immigrant in Georgia stabs her family to death. “What prompts a person to take the life of such innocent children and her spouse is something we may never understand,” Gwinnett County police said in a statement. “This is a horrendous crime not only for the victims but for the extended family, neighborhood and community.”

Thirty-three year old Maria Isabel Garduno-Martinez made her appearance in country this Friday, following her being charged with five counts of murder. During her court appearance, Martinez was seen smiling and grinning whilst looking directly into the cameras. There was no guilt in her eyes. She was even seen swaying her arms back and forth as Gwinnett County Magistrate Judge Michael Thorpe read the charges against us. In fact she was even noted standing up, bowing and giving a thumbs up to the reporters present. Her actions bothered the court to such as extent that the judge had to tell her to straighten out her act, “Ma’am I’m going to ask you to cut out the displays for the camera. It’s probably not good or to your benefit.”

It has been identified that Martinez had refused to appoint an attorney, as she stated through an interpreter that, “My attorneys are always going to be the people and my faith,” and that “Those are my attorneys, that’s why I’m here.”

“I’m representing the people that’s humble, that’s hardworking, the people that suffer the people that have a lot of charges so that they understand everything is possible through God,” she said.

As Martinez was leaving the court, she was seen stating, “Wasn’t that delightful?”

It has been noted by the U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement spokesperson, Bryan Cox that Martinex has illegal entered the United Stated through Mexico. Martinez stabbed her family consisting her children and her husband early morning on Thursday in their Loganville home. She had then called 911 on her own and had reported the stabbings at around 5 a.m.

Sources have noted, “Four children — Isabela Martinez, 10; Dacota Romero, 7; Dillan Romero, 4; and Axel Romero, 2 — and their father, Martin Romero, 33, were found dead in the home. A fifth child, identified by family members as 9-year-old Diana, survived the stabbing with serious injuries.”

While, this is certainly not the first time that an illegal immigrant has posed as a serious threat to our communities. It was only a couple of months back that an illegal immigrant from Mexico, with a rather long rap sheet and despite the fact that she had been deported from the US five times had killed a resident of California in a violent crash. Furthermore, it was only back in February when Peloski was put under the spotlight to justify the support for illegal immigrants, as Laura Wilkerson questioned, “There are over 300 cities in this country that are sanctuary cities,” Wilkerson said. “Like San Francisco. And you’re not only choosing to disavow a law, but you are adding sanctuary to people who come there and disavow the law.” She further added, “In 2010, one of the illegals slaughtered my son.

“He tortured him, he beat him, he tied him up like an animal, and he set him on fire. And I am not a one-story mother. This happens every day. Because there are no laws enforcing the border. We have to start giving American families first.”

“This is not — bad to not put Americans first,” she said. And that “We have family that fought and died for this country.”

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Virginia Murderer
I wonder what her father would think about granting this killer clemency... Oh wait, he's dead by that killer's hand!

Back in August 2006, there was a massive manhunt going on in Richmond Virginia for an escaped convict who had murdered a security guard the day before. Sheriff Deputy Eric Sutphin was on duty and cornered the man near the Huckleberry Trail in Blacksburg. He was shot in the face and killed on the spot.

The killer, William Morva, was captured a few hours later, tried and sentenced to death on March 2008. Now, with death hanging over his shoulder and his date with the lethal injection right around the corner, he finds an unlikely supporter in Deputy Sutphin’s daughter, Rachel Sutphin.

Rachel, who is a staunch believer in the abolishment of the death penalty, deeming it inhumane, wrote an email to reporters to convey her stance.

“I am against the death penalty for religious and moral reasons… I have fought and will continue to fight for clemency for all death row inmates until Virginia declares the death penalty unconstitutional. I have sent my own letter to the Governor showing my support for clemency.”

William Morva’s lawyers have been trying to claim clemency for their client for years without any luck. They have argued that Morva suffers from “personality disorders”. They say that Morva had escaped custody because he believed his life was in danger. How that leads to two murders beggars belief.

Even UN human rights advocates have gotten into the act and asked the Governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, to stop the execution. They have expressed reservations saying that Morva’s trial “did not meet fair trial safeguards.”

Facing pressure from many quarters, McAuliffe’s office is seriously considering granting Morva clemency. They say that the application is currently under review.

Interestingly the McAuliffe has stopped one execution before during his tenure. Earlier in April, in a contractual killing case, the accused was granted clemency. As a matter of fact, it is public record that the Democratic Governor himself is personally against the punishment.

On the other side of the fence, many public officials have advised the Governor to uphold the letter of the law. One person who does not want the killer to go free is Deputy Sutphin’s mother, Jeaneen Sutphin.

“I have no hatred for this creature who shot him execution-style. I just want justice for my son,” Jeaneen told reporters outside her house on Wednesday.

With the clock ticking and Morva’s execution scheduled today, it’s anybody’s guess what will happen!

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wikileaks

Former Washington, D.C. Homicide Detective Rod Wheeler claims that the police had mentioned to him that they were ordered to cover up the actual details surrounding the cause off DNC staffer Seth Rich’s murder.

The case concerning Seth Rich’s death was revived, as federal investigators confirmed that the Democratic National Committee staffer, who was murdered in 2016 had in fact been in contact with WikiLeaks.

Rich was shot dead in Washington, D.C., in July and the police had ruled the murder as a botched robbery, even though, nothing was stolen. The story surrounding Rich’s death received very little attention from the media, all until WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange implied that Rich was a source for the hacking group.

Rod Wheeler alleged on Monday that the true reasons surrounding the killing were covered by the police. “I have a source inside the police department that has looked at me straight in the eye and said, ‘Rod, we were told to stand down on this case and I can’t share any information with you.’” Wheeler said.

“Now, that is highly unusual for a murder investigation, especially from a police department. Again, I don’t think it comes from the chief’s office, but I do believe there is a correlation between the mayor’s office and the DNC and that is the information that will come out [Tuesday],” he added.

Wheeler also went on to state that his sources had mentioned that Rich had contacted WikiLeaks and that there is evidence backing the claim.

“The police department nor the FBI have been forthcoming,” Wheeler explained. “They haven’t been cooperating at all. I believe that the answer to solving his death lies on that computer, which I believe is either at the police department or either at the FBI. I have been told both.”

According a source, Rich transferred 44,053 emails sent between DNC officials to Gavin MacFadyen, a now deceased filmmaker and WikiLeaks director. Some conspiracy theories claim that Rich was murdered as he was transferring information from the DNC to WikiLeaks, however, up until Wheeler’s alleged claims, there haven’t been any publicly confirmed evidence to back the theories.

Following Rich’s death, WikiLeaks was noted issuing a statement, where they neither confirmed nor denied Rich’s link with them. Their statement read, “As a matter of policy we do not confirm or deny whether any person has ever been a source for WikiLeaks. We treat threats toward any suspected source of WikiLeaks with extreme gravity. This should not be taken to imply that Seth Rich was a source to WikiLeaks or to imply that his murder is connected to our publications. We hope our efforts will contribute to the family’s calls for information and to the separate reward issued by the police.”

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stabbing

20-year-old student, Kendrex J. White of University of Texas- Austin campus is suspected of committing multiple stabbings that resulted in one dead and three injured.

As reported by UT Police Chief David Carter, White has been captured and has been put in custody. “Suspect is in custody according to @Austin_Police”

The Austin American Statesman report indicates that the police received a phone call about a man stabbing individuals near Gregory gym. When the police reached the scene, they identified White, who was seen wielding a “large, bowie-style hunting knife.”  The officers ordered White to drop his weapon and drop to the ground, which White complied with almost immediately.

White was a biology major in the College of Natural Science and was removed from the school’s student directory following the attack. The motives behind White’s act are yet known. Whereas, the 25 students that had witnessed the attack are to be interviewed.

Chis Crawford, a senior in White’s college said that he worked with White at Real Role Models, an organization where students provide service & mentorship.

A series of tweets came, following the attack.

Many tweeted in memory of Harrison Brown, a UT student who lost his life in the attack.

Graham Independent School District tweeted, “The news of Harrison Brown’s (GHS Class of 2016) passing is heartbreaking. There are no words adequate enough to express the sorrow felt by Graham ISD and the community of Graham for this loss. Harrison was an inspiration to everyone around him.

We were Blessed and honored to have known him.for Kurt and Lori Brown, John and Allie Brown and family, we pray the outpouring of sympathy, the kind acts of friends and strangers and the comfort in knowing that your loss is felt by many, will help you through this difficult time. Counselors and youth ministers will be at the high school tomorrow and available for our students.”

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Get on with it.

Over the last few weeks, stories have streamed across the wires of one illegal immigrant after another being arrested and deported.

The corporate media, which is attempting to create an uproar among sympathetic liberals, are actually doing the opposite.

For once, the corporate media is doing its job and showing the positive work that the Federal Government is finally doing . . . after years of refusing to enforce the law.

For the last eight or so years, President Obama maintained wide-open and welcoming borders and a very generous Welfare State.

How did that work out for us?

Aside from the mountains of money lost to maintaining the health, education and general prosperity for non-citizens who did not legally contribute to our national treasure, we allowed an insurgency to exist within our own land.

We saw this in California when Donald Trump staged a rally there and his supporters were met with violence.

We see it in the students who march on American streets while angrily waving Mexicans flags.

We see it in the tears of 15 year old Nisa Mickens’ mother. Nisa, a high school student, was brutally beaten to death by members of MS-13 gang members from El Salvador and confirmed illegal immigrants.

Obama and the social justice warriors who have cropped up under his presidency, can whine, cry, march, rally, and bitch and moan all they want.

By ignoring immigration laws, we have fostered lawlessness.

While each immigrant who illegally crosses our borders will look into a camera and say “I’m not a criminal,” their very act of crossing our border was a crime.

Let me say this clearly, “They are all criminals.”

So when 22 year-old illegal immigrant Daniela Vargas, a so-called “Dreamer”, holds a press conference to demand change from our president, and is subsequently arrested and deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement . . . I cheer.

The Trump administration had the courtesy of flying Vargas back to her true home of Argentina when she was entitled, at best, to get an escorted bus ride across the border to Mexico.

The lesbian activist for illegal immigrants can hoof it back to Argentina for all I care.

While deportations for men and women like Vargas are cheered, there are exceptions.

The ten illegal immigrants who killed teenage girls Nisa Mickens and Kayla Cuevas under their gay MS-13 banner . . . well, they’re not going home . . . ever.

If justice is to be truly served for these punks, they should be bound and locked in a room with the families of the slain teenage girls.

It is impossible to sympathize with the plight of illegal immigrants when they are literally killing our children.

Deport them all, and then we can provide a route to entry for those who would benefit our nation and society.

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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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Following the most tumultuous presidential election in history, it is easy to forget what happened in January of 2016.

On January 2, 2016 around two dozen Americans chose to challenge the authority of the federal government and did so by entering and occupying the structures within the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.

The group was led by Ammon Bundy, the son of Cliven Bundy who had become nationally known for a 2014 standoff with the feds at his ranch in Nevada.

The group of men were peacefully armed for defensive purposes and communicating regularly with the press, however, state and local law enforcement officials, and agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigations became increasingly hostile as the group grew to as many as forty men.

On January 21, 2016, Ammon Bundy met with FBI investigators about the federal government relinquishing control of the refuge. Ammon and the FBI agreed to meet again the next day to continue negotiations, but the government agents declined to speak at the second meeting as media cameras were present.

Days later on January 26, state, and federal law enforcement officers created a “traffic stop” to apprehend the leaders of the occupation.

LaVoy Finicum, a cattle rancher from Arizona was the driver of one of the vehicles stopped by law enforcement.

Finicum, with his passengers, drove away from the first stop and as they approached another roadblock one mile down the road, they were fired upon by Oregon State Police.

Finicum veered his truck into a snow bank to avoid incoming gun fire then quickly exited the vehicle with his arms in the air.

As LaVoy left his truck, he was fired upon by two FBI agents . . . who missed. One round bounced off of the roof of the truck while another injured one of Finicum’s passengers.

The FBI agents failed to report the first rounds that were fired and even went so far as to pick up their rifle casings and dispose of them.

A later investigation found the FBI agents were responsible the instigating rounds but no punitive action is known to have been taking against the federal agents.

Moments after the missed shots from the FBI agents, Finicum was shot dead by Oregon State Troopers.

They state he was reaching for a 9mm Ruger in his coat pocket although the accusation is disputed by Finicum’s family.

The stand off ended on February 11th of that year and over two dozen Americans have been charged with numerous federal offenses.

On May 12, several Arizona politicians wrote to Oregon’s governor, Kate Brown, requesting that the investigation into LaVoy Finicum’s death be reopened.

Finicum’s widow plans a lawsuit against the Oregon State Police and the FBI for civil rights violations.

The narrative of the occupation of the wildlife refuge and the death of LaVoy Finicum has also changed over the past year.

Ammon Bundy, Finicum and others are being described as “militants” for historic purposes and reports of vandalism and other acts take precedence over the conduct of the federal government during the stand off.

While law enforcement officials have concluded that the shooting was “justified,” critics note that Finicum had been fired upon several times by both the Oregon State Police and agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigations.

As what point is it justified to defend yourself if being shot at by government officials?

Comment 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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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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parrot

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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