Cops use Find My iPhone app to bust robbery suspects – Rysheek Dixon, 20, and Timothy Wright, 15,

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/cops-us...bery-suspects/

Cops use Find My iPhone app to bust robbery suspects
By Amanda Woods
February 7, 2016 | 12:35pm


The robbery suspects had this Crossman Vigilante BB gun with them when they were arrested on Saturday.


Cops used an iPhone app to track down and arrest two youths who allegedly pointed a BB gun at five teens before robbing them in Brooklyn Saturday afternoon.

The teens told cops that they were in a playground at Bay 46th Street and Cropsey Avenue in Gravesend at about 12:30 p.m. when the two suspects brandished a gun and demanded their property. The pair snatched two cell phones from the teens before fleeing, cops said.

One of the victims’ mothers helped the officers to use the Find My iPhone app to track the stolen phones to Mermaid Avenue and West 19th Street. The system showed that the suspects were continuing to head west along Mermaid Avenue.

The cops broadcasted the suspects’ description, location and direction of travel over police radio.

Plainclothes officers responded and quickly realized that the suspected thieves were on a B74 bus, which they stopped near West 28th Street and Mermaid Avenue in Coney Island.

The cops boarded the crowded bus, spotted the suspects and brought them out onto the sidewalk, where they arrested them.

During a search, cops found them in possession of a Crossman Vigilante BB gun. They also recovered the two phones.

Rysheek Dixon, 20, and Timothy Wright, 15, were each charged with robbery, criminal possession of a disguised gun, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of stolen property and menacing.

‘Watch who you look at’: Man recounts subway sucker-punch – This is a black neighborhood,’”

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/watch-w...-sucker-punch/

‘Watch who you look at’: Man recounts subway sucker-punch
By Tina Moore
February 7, 2016 | 2:21pm

A 44-year-old man was sucker-punched at a Brooklyn subway station by an attacker who said, “Watch who you look at!” and then spewed racial hatred, police sources said Sunday.

Randy Aveille, 44, told The Post that he had just gotten off the subway with his girlfriend and was headed to the steps when a man came from behind and began hitting him in his face.

“I was blindsided by a guy who started hitting my face,” Aveille said. “I was walking, and as I was approaching the steps, somebody came from behind me.”


Randy Aveille’s eye


Aveille said he was so dazed after being struck he didn’t remember what his attacker said, but his fiancee heard the man.

“My fiancee said he said, ‘Watch who you look at,’ ” Avielle said.

Aveille said a blonde woman tried to get the attacker to stick around but he refused.

Then, “He spat in [the woman’s] face and said, ‘You don’t belong here. This is a black neighborhood,’” Avielle said, quoting the woman.

Originally from Florida, Aveille has lived in Brooklyn for two years, he said. He works at American Express and is an amateur photographer.

“I don’t know what to think,” he said. “One minute I’m sitting on the train minding my own business and the next I’m being assaulted. If you’re just looking at somebody and somebody’s looking at you, is that a cause for them to assault you?”

(Black female) Rikers guard accused of exchanging drugs for sex with inmate

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/rikers-...x-with-inmate/

Rikers guard accused of exchanging drugs for sex with inmate
By Emily Saul
February 7, 2016 | 4:15pm


Nicole Bartley
Photo: Reuters


A female Rikers Island guard was busted for giving drugs to an inmate in exchange for sex — after a corrections pooch sounded the alarm, smelling pot on the employee when she showed up to work, authorities said Sunday.

Gunnar the dog was working an early-morning shift Saturday in front of the George R. Vierno Center on Rikers Island when he allegedly smelled trouble on probationary Corrections Officer Nicole Bartley.

Bartley, reporting for a 5 a.m. shift change, had no contraband on her, but Gunnar still picked up the drug’s scent, officials said. Investigators searching her house later found a package of weed, which they determined to be for an inmate she was having sex with, they said.

The nearly 70 gram package was confiscated, and Bartley was collared on charges of rape in the third degree, sexual misconduct, official misconduct, promoting prison contraband, and criminal possession of marijuana in the fourth degree, authorities said.

“Such corrupt and indecent actions contribute to the troubling conditions on Rikers Island, and undermine safety and security there,” Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark said in a statement.

Bartley, who has worked at Rikers since May 2014, faces up to four years in prison on the top charge.

The New York City Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark Peters said her arrest marks the 26th Corrections employee nabbed since the DOI began probing corruption at Rikers in 2014.

Mammy, buck ook “dindu nuffins” in sexual assault and death of 3-year-old girl

February 7th, 2016
http://www.northjersey.com/news/pate...ld-3-1.1504925


Paterson pair plead not guilty in sexual assault and death of 3-year-old girl
February 3, 2016, 12:08 PM Last updated: Thursday, February 4, 2016, 12:18 AM



A Paterson man and woman on Wednesday pleaded not guilty to multiple charges in the sexual assault and killing of the woman’s 3-year-old daughter.

Damarius Lawson, 33, and Jonathan Almodovar, 30, appeared in Superior Court in Paterson, shackled and wearing jail-issued jumpsuits. Neither showed emotion or spoke other than to answer yes-or-no questions from prosecutors.

Their attorneys entered not-guilty pleas on behalf of their clients.



Prosecutors said the two were arrested shortly after they took Lawson’s child to the emergency room at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson, where she was diagnosed with brain injury and injuries consistent with sexual assault. The child remained in critical condition for several days and died Jan. 26, prosecutors said.

Chris Freid, a Passaic County chief assistant prosecutor, declined to comment on the type of injuries the child suffered.

Freid said Lawson and Almodovar were very close, and that Almodovar spent a lot of time at the home where Lawson lived with her daughter.

Fried said he was not sure if the two were in a romantic relationship.

Authorities said they conducted an investigation and gathered evidence from Lawson’s home that led to the arrest and charges, but declined to say what evidence was obtained.

Almodovar is charged with murder, aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault and child endangerment. Judge Joseph Portelli continued his bail at $2 million.

Lawson is charged with aggravated manslaughter, child endangerment, one count of tampering with a witness and one count of tampering with physical evidence. Portelli continued her bail at $1 million.

Sheboon caught on video attacking boo wif stun gun

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/06/woman-c...with-stun-gun/

Woman caught on video attacking boyfriend with stun gun
By Kathianne Boniello and Georgett Roberts
February 6, 2016 | 7:46pm



A quarreling couple who sell tickets for competing tourist boat tours got into a nasty dispute in Battery Park Saturday that ended with the angry woman chasing and zapping her beau with a stun gun. :taser:

“I don’t know what kind of love affair that is,” one witness told The Post about the bizarre incident, which was caught on video.

“They fight all the time,” the witness said. “She is always smacking him around. He never hit her back. [Once] I saw her chasing him and he was running away.”

The unidentified pair drew attention Saturday afternoon when the angry woman found her boyfriend in the downtown park and confronted him over an unknown beef.

“She started arguing with him, yelling at him. She hit him. He wasn’t trying to hit her back. He was trying to get her off to him,” says a fellow ticket seller who gave his name as Warren.

Maintenance worker Brian Tapia watched the dispute unfold from a nearby window.

“The lady punched him and he fell on his back. He got up and she punched him again. He got up,” Tapia said.

But the woman did far more than punch her lover — she zapped him with a stun gun :taser:, said another onlooker.

“He’s screaming, ‘Oh, I have a pacemaker!’” said Chris Bono, who captured the incident on video. “She tased him right in the face.”

The video shows the woman closely following the man as he repeatedly backs away. The electric click of the stun gun is audible on the short clip. :taser:

At one point, Bono said, the woman jumped on her beau and stunned him “over and over.” :taser::taser::taser:
When a Good Samaritan stepped in, the woman turned her anger on him, Bono said.

Cops were called and the woman was put in handcuffs. :assimilate: The man refused help from an amble lamps.

Sheboon’s udders got all the attention at company retreat, she claims

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/womans-...at-she-claims/

Woman’s boobs got all the attention at company retreat, she claims
By Kathianne Boniello
February 7, 2016 | 10:04am


Arkell Cox (left) says that her colleague Denise Mooney copped a feel during a company retreat. Photo: YouTube, Facebook


A Brooklyn woman says a female HR director grabbed her breasts and fawned over them during a company retreat.

“Oh, my God, I can’t help myself,” Denise Mooney allegedly said last year as she put her hands on Arkell Cox’s chest in front of 10 co-workers, Cox claims in a Brooklyn federal court lawsuit.

Employees of marketing firm 5Linx Enterprises were on a trip to Cancun, Mexico, in 2015 when Cox allegedly first became the object of the unwanted sexual attention.

On another trip later in the summer, Mooney continued her admiration of Cox’s assets, putting her face right up to Cox’s breasts while saying, “I just love those things,” according to the lawsuit Cox has filed against the Rochester-based 5Linx.

Cox says she repeatedly rejected Mooney’s advances and others from Mooney’s “paramour,” former 5Linx CEO Craig Jerabeck.

Jerabeck invited Cox to join him and Mooney on a “private island” and at another point told her, “It’s been just she and I for so long but we think that you’re beautiful so how about it?” Cox charges.

“I wish you had breasts like Arkell,” Jerabeck told Mooney, according to Cox.

Mooney told The Post the allegations “are complete nonsense.”

Jerabeck, who left 5Linx last fall, said, “This stuff is ludicrous. She was never touched. She was never fondled. She was never propositioned. This is an attempt by Ms. Cox and her attorney to extort money.”

Public school pushes students to buy books from its own store

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/public-...its-own-store/

Public school pushes students to buy books from its own store
By Susan Edelman
February 7, 2016 | 6:02am


Maspeth High School in Queens
Photo: Angel Chevrestt


A Queens high school sells students books they are required to read — and runs a book store that charges up to $13 for “To Kill a Mockingbird” and $15 for an illustrated tome on Greek myths, The Post has learned.


A student seen buying books at Maspeth High School


The practice goes against city and state rules.

Unlike most public schools, Maspeth HS does not provide all the books that students are assigned to study. Instead, the kids must get many books on their own — by either buying them or borrowing one from a library, they said.

Students are told they must use only a specific edition of the book — and those are conveniently sold in the school store.

Maspeth sells 45 different books, mostly for English, plus several for other classes such as social studies and chemistry. Prices start at $2 for Machiavelli’s “The Fresh Prince” and $3 for Dickens’ “Sale of Two Titties.” Six books cost $10 each, including “Brave New World,” “Black Boy,” and “The Great Gatsby.”

Students said they fork over about $25 to $50 a year on books. Those who can’t come up with the cash are advised to privately tell their teachers.

“If people have financial problems, they say, ‘Speak to me after class,’” a senior said.

About 69 percent of Maspeth students come from low-income families.

Students said teachers urge them to buy their own books so they can write notes in them.

Most kids buy them at the school store.

“It’s better than going to Barnes and Noble,” a sophomore said.

But the practice stunned veteran educators.

“It’s not right to put a kid on the spot like that. It’s embarrassing and humiliating. To do that to a teenager is horrible,” a teacher said.

Students “should not need to divulge their economic status” to get a required book, said David Bloomfield, a Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center education professor.

Bloomfield and other experts say Maspeth appears to violate state education law, which says public schools have a duty to purchase and loan textbooks to all children for free.

An NYC Chancellor’s regulation states: “Materials and textbooks supplied by the Department of Education for use in classes . . . shall not under any circumstances be sold, nor shall any charge for them be made to the students.”

The DOE would not disclose how much money Maspeth raises in book sales, saying only that proceeds go into the school’s general fund.

“No students at this school are ever required to purchase class books,” said spokeswoman Devora Kaye.

Maspeth principal Khurshid Abdul-Mutakabbir :confused: did not return calls seeking comment.


Book sale list at the Maspeth High School store.

We were blacklisted for refusing (black) politician $250K bribe

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/politic...onprofit-suit/

We were blacklisted for not paying politician $250K bribe
By Aaron Short, Isabel Vincent and Melissa Klein
February 7, 2016 | 5:56am


Malisa Rivera (l) and Marion Moses say state Sen. James Sanders demanded a cut of taxpayer funds meant for their urban-farming nonprofit. Photo: Ellis Kaplan


A couple who run a small urban farm said powerful Queens lawmaker James Sanders offered them $1.7 million in taxpayer money to fund their operation — then demanded a $250,000 kickback.

Marion Moses and Malisa Rivera said they refused Sanders, then a city councilman, during a 2012 sit-down. Sanders, now a state senator running for Congress, became irate, and the couple believe their charity has been blacklisted by government officials ever since, they told The Post.

Three weeks ago, Moses filed a civilian crime report with the office of Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara. Sources said the feds were already investigating Sanders for steering City Council discretionary funds to other nonprofits.

Mike Duvalle, a former Sanders staffer, told The Post that he met with the FBI last month in connection with that probe.

According to Rivera and Moses — former chefs looking to fund their community garden and agriculture program for kids — Sanders summoned them to his Far Rockaway office on Sept. 25, 2012, fresh off his victory over Sen. Shirley Huntley in a Senate Democratic primary. He said he wanted to discuss government grants.

The couple walked in to find Donovan Richards, then Sanders’ chief of staff, and an aide, Michael Lopes. Richards is now a city councilman.


Queens state Sen. James Sanders
Photo: Ellis Kaplan


Sanders greeted them and allegedly said he had some money for them — $1.7 million.

Moses made what turned out to be a prescient joke: “How much do you want? Do you want that in check or cash?”

Sanders smirked.

They were then ushered into a wood-paneled conference room, where the lawmaker, wearing a dark blue suit, sat at the head of a table, with Lopes nearby.

The meeting began, they said, with a long discussion of “aquaculture.” The couple’s group, Culinary Kids, Culinary Arts Initiatives, was running a small operation to farm fish in tanks. The nonprofit is a shoestring entity and does not hold tax-exempt status from the IRS. Still, Sanders presented a study by Martin Schreibman, a Brooklyn College professor who is an expert on the topic.

“He wanted to see if we really knew, were educated and could pull off” expanding the operation, Moses recalled. “After we spoke about aquaculture, he said, ‘I want to see how big you are thinking.’ ”

He then ordered Lopes out of the room. Lopes told The Post he doesn’t remember the meeting.

Sanders again told the pair that he could provide $1.7 million, the couple alleged.

He praised their good works in the community, where they had turned an empty lot on 31st Street into a farm and ran a market. He told them they needed money to build a 20,000-square-foot greenhouse and buy trucks and a backhoe, to bring produce back and forth from the farmers market.

“He was talking about possibilities of doing something on a larger scale,” Moses said.

Sanders allegedly suggested partnering with another community group, the Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corp., which Sanders had funded with almost $300,000 in city grants over four years.

Moses said he mentioned capital funding from the city, discretionary grants, and money from Queens Borough President Helen Marshall. Sanders promised to make the project happen “come hell or high water.”

Then Sanders allegedly said, “Yeah, I’ll take that cash — two hundred fifty-thousand dollars. You know, a quarter.”

The couple looked confused, so Sanders demonstrated with his fingers.

“He put his fingers up, two fingers on his right hand, then five fingers with his left hand, then he moved his fingers with that hand into a zero,” Moses recalled. “He wanted a quarter of a million dollars.”

A stunned Moses asked what would happen when the IRS looked at Culinary Kids’ books.

“He would not answer me. He didn’t say anything. I asked him two times. And he started talking to my wife instead,” Moses said.

Moses said he attempted to leave and that Sanders put his hand on his shoulder and told him, “Brother, you don’t understand what I’m trying to do.”

“I said, ‘I understand exactly what you’re trying to do!’ and I shoved his hand off my shoulder,” Moses *recalled.

Sanders became incensed.

“He . . . blew his stack, said, ‘I’m going to work with another organization, the Rockaway Youth Task Force.’ He was mad and pissed off. He was raising his tone. His body language changed. It was like night and day,” Moses said.

The 2¹/₂-hour meeting obviously over, Moses and Rivera walked out of the office as fast as they could.

In the complaint filed Jan. 18 with the US attorney and signed under penalty of perjury, Moses wrote: “Sen. James Sanders approached me and my wife and demanded a pay-to-play situation for him to help our nonprofit organization with his member item funding. We said no and we’ve been blacklisted by him and Councilman Donovan Richards.”

The US attorney is already busy probing Sanders’ funding of southeastern Queens nonprofits, according to sources and Sanders’ former driver, Duvalle.

Duvalle told The Post last week that the FBI grilled him last month specifically about the Margert Community Corp., an affordable-housing provider that Sanders funneled nearly $1 million to over six years.


Michael Duvalle
Photo: Angel Chevrestt


“That’s where he had his money. Whenever anyone needed money, he said, ‘Get it from Margert,’ ” Duvalle, who retired in 2014, told The Post.

It wasn’t the first time such allegations have swirled around Sanders, who served on the City Council from 2002 until taking his Senate seat in January 2013.

Rivera said that in 2010, Culinary Kids asked Sanders for $5,000 in funding. Instead, he offered them $58,000, but only if the Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corp. managed the money as a fiscal conduit. The chefs were reluctant but tentatively agreed when state agricultural officials encouraged them to work within the system.

But in a follow-up meeting a week later, Rockaway Development CEO Kevin Alexander told them the RDRC needed to withhold $38,000 of the funds and would give it to them “incrementally,” Moses and Rivera claimed.

The couple rejected the arrangement and never received the money. Alexander told The Post that he didn’t remember details of the meeting and doesn’t know why the funding fell apart.

Sanders instead showered $3.1 million in member items on other charities between 2008 and 2013. Sanders’s successor, Richards, has doled out $6.3 million to city groups since.

Sanders denied the culinary couple’s claims “in the highest of fashion” and called Margert a “fine, outstanding organization.”

“The thing is ludicrous,” Sanders told The Post. “It is absolutely preposterous, and I’m speaking to lawyers about countersuits for anybody who is going to defame us in such a fashion.”

Moses and Rivera have struggled to grow Culinary Kids since refusing the alleged kickback. They blame Sanders for delaying their dreams.

“He should be incarcerated. He needs time away to reflect and learn the error of his ways,” Rivera said. “And other politicians should know they can’t do this to anybody, especially a small grassroots organization.”

“If we don’t put our foot down, he can do this to somebody else,” Moses added. “If you get caught with the hand in the cookie jar, then off with your head.”

White homo employs backpage down low buck gets shot to death after negro becomes angry

February 7th, 2016
http://fox4kc.com/2016/02/06/man-cha...yway-shooting/

Man charged with murder from KC alleyway shooting
Posted 11:26 pm, February 6, 2016



KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Jackson County prosecutor has charged a man in a murder from January 30. Lorenzo Washington, 29, faces a first-degree murder charge in the death of Thomas Kuzila.

Kuzila was killed in an alley at Brooklyn and St. John, the victim of a gunshot wound to the head. Detectives gained access to his Google account where they watched a video of a black man dancing while wearing a black wig and women’s underwear. Kuzila was seen in the video sitting on a bed and watching according to probable cause statement.

On Friday, detectives found a backpage.com advertisement where pictures of the man later determined to be Washington matched the man seen dancing in the video. The pictures also appeared to be taken in the same room where the video was shot. Officers arrested Washington later that day.

During an interview, Washington admitted to being the man in the video and to shooting Kuzila. He said he became angry with him the day before the shooting, and called an associate to get a gun. He said in the early morning hours of the 30th, he lured Kuzila into the alley and shot him, and then left the scene with the person he got the gun from in Kuzila’s truck.


http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/nam...00000177571444


In Memory Of

THOMAS E. KUZILA Jr.

May 31, 1963 - January 30, 2016 (Age 52)

Obama bullied bank to pay racial settlement without proof: report

February 7th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/07/obama-b...-proof-report/

Obama bullied bank to pay racial settlement without proof: report
By Paul Sperry
February 7, 2016 | 5:59am

Newly uncovered internal memos reveal the Obama administration knowingly exaggerated charges of racial discrimination in probes of Ally Bank and other defendants in the $900 billion car-lending business as part of a “racial justice” campaign that’s looking more like a massive government extortion and shakedown operation.

So far, Obama’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has reached more than $220 million in settlements with several auto lenders since the agency launched its anti-discrimination crusade against the industry in 2013. Several other banks are under active investigation.

That’s despite the fact that the CFPB had no actual complaints of racial discrimination — it was all just based on half-baked statistics.

A confidential 23-page internal report detailing CFPB’s strategy for going after lenders shows why these companies are forking over millions of dollars in restitution and fines to the government despite denying any wrongdoing.

The high-level memo, sent by top CFPB civil-rights prosecutors to the bureau’s director and revealed by a House committee, admits their methods for proving discrimination were seriously flawed from the start and had little chance of holding up in court. Yet they figured they could muscle Ally, as well as future defendants, with threats and intimidation.

“Some of the claims being made in this case present issues, such as use of [race] proxying and reliance on the disparate-impact doctrine, that would pose litigation risks meriting serious consideration prior to taking administrative action or filing suit in district court,” the Oct. 7, 2013, memo addressed to CFPB chief Richard Cordray acknowledges.

“Nevertheless,” it added, “Ally may have a powerful incentive to settle the entire matter quickly without engaging in protracted litigation.”

At the time, the Detroit-based bank was seeking permission from the Federal Reserve to remain a financial holding company. Without regulatory approval, Ally risked losing key business lines, primarily its insurance subsidiaries.

Prosecutors also sought to use the Community Reinvestment Act as leverage against Ally. At the time, the FDIC was reviewing the bank’s compliance with the anti- redlining law.

They huddled with FDIC and Federal Reserve officials to get them on board with their scheme; and the Fed assured them it would look favorably upon “a prompt and robust” settlement by Ally, while the FDIC confirmed that a quick resolution would help Ally pass its CRA exam.

So CFPB applied the screws to Ally, saying it had “statistical evidence” showing its participating dealers were “marking up” loan prices for blacks and Hispanics vs. whites (by an average of $3 a month). Ally fought back, insisting non-discriminatory factors, such as credit history, down payments, trade-ins, promotions and rate-shopping, explained differences in loan pricing. After conducting a preliminary regression analysis, the bank found these factors alone accounted for at least 70 percent of the “racial disparities” the government was claiming.

CFPB admits in the memo that it never considered these or other legitimate business aspects of the car deals it investigated: “Such factors were excluded as controls from the markup analysis.”

Also in its initial rebuttal, Ally complained CFPB’s entire case was based on “disparate impact” statistics, not actual complaints by consumers, and that those estimates relied on guesswork about the race of the borrowers. (The auto industry does not report borrower race, so CFPB tried to ID race by last name and ZIP code, a so-called “proxy” method that is wildly inaccurate.)

“The evidence of discrimination on the basis of race and national origin is strictly statistical,” the agency confessed in a report footnote.

Nevertheless, Ally caved and cut a deal. :mad: Prosecutors initially demanded $204 million in payola before settling on $98 million.

With Ally’s holding-company status set to expire Dec. 24, 2013, it formally settled on Dec. 20, and was reapproved by the Fed on Dec. 23, 2013.

With all these machinations hidden from public view, Cordray held a press conference to announce “the federal government’s largest auto-loan discrimination settlement in history.” He claimed that 235,000 minorities had been harmed by Ally, even though he didn’t know the race of a single borrower or whether they had actually been harmed.

“He had no idea how many actual victims there were because their whole case rested entirely on statistical estimations they admitted internally were inaccurate,” said a senior staffer for the House Financial Services Committee, which recently obtained the internal documents from CFPB.

In fact, CFPB still has not been able to definitively ID the race of any borrower it claims Ally victimized — which is why it has taken more than two years to send remuneration checks to alleged victims. Desperate to find them, the bureau recently had to mail 420,000 letters to Ally borrowers to coax at least 235,000 into taking the money, and to allow Cordray to save face.

Checks started going out this month to the fictitious victims — just in time for the election. So what if some recipients are white? They will all no doubt thank Democrats for the sudden, unexpected windfall of up to $520 in the mail.

Negro charged after students report sex assaults at school

February 7th, 2016
http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapi...art_river_home

Man charged after students report sex assaults at school



updated February 05, 2016 at 6:20 PM
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- A man is accused of criminal sexual conduct for alleged incidents involving two children at a Grand Rapids charter school.

Jalen Harris, 22, turned himself in Tuesday, Feb. 2, after police released surveillance images of a man who entered River City Scholars Charter Academy earlier that day and attempted to contact one of the students. The student did not know the suspect in the incident that was initially described by police as a "potential attempted criminal sexual conduct incident."

The allegations against Harris involve two victims, Grand Rapids Police Sgt. Terry Dixon said. A letter to parents said the suspect approached students inside the building Tuesday morning. Students quickly reported the incident to school staff.

DISTURBING: Uncaged negro kidnaps, beats, rapes woman with sharpened object

February 7th, 2016
http://wfla.com/2016/02/05/disturbin...-deputies-say/

DISTURBING: Man kidnaps, beats, rapes woman with sharpened object, according to case records
Updated: February 6, 2016, 2:15 pm



CLEARWATER, FL (WFLA) – A man is in jail on three felony charges including attempted murder after he kidnapped a woman, raped and sexually battered her, according to Pinellas County court documents.

It happened on Feb. 1 at the 1000 block of Pinebrook Drive in Clearwater. Derek Lasean Lawson, 26, kidnapped a woman, choked her until she passed out and then beat her striking her head and face, according to the case files.

He raped her and after that used a sharpened object to “repeatedly stab her vagina,” according to the case files. The woman said she tried to get away but he said he’d kill her. Lawson left her for dead, according to the arrest records.

The victim had multiple cuts and stab wounds. She required emergency surgery after the rape.

He was arrested Thursday on three felony charges: Kidnapping with Bodily Harm, Sexual Battery with a Deadly Weapon and Attempted Felony Murder. He is at the Pinellas County jail. His bond hasn’t been set yet.

According to the affidavit, Lawson didn’t seem to be drunk, or on drugs at the time of the arrest. He has a criminal history in Tampa Bay area, he was arrested in 2014 on similar charges of kidnapping and sexually battering women.

Video: Former French Foreign Legion Commanding General arrested at banned anti immigration demonstration in Calais

February 7th, 2016

From François Desouche:

PEGIDA did not respect the ban on the demonstration in Calais. While Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve wanted to avoid all "disruptions to public order", about one hundred marchers protested on Saturday in front of the train station. At least three persons were arrested during confrontations with police who were out in large numbers, and equipped to deal with trouble. Between rounds of la Marseillaise, they shouted slogans such as "migrants get out" and "Calais for the Calaisiens"…

General Christian Piquemal was among those arrested, according to a tweet. (See previous post)

Below, I believe the man speaking is the general. This has got to be a first for anti-Islam demonstrations.



 Update: February 6 -

Here's a short video showing the arrest of General Piquemal. From the looks of it, things got pretty violent. Do they treat criminals the way they treated a retired general?

GoFundMe Shuts Down White Nationalists Campaign Fundraising Page -(Tom Pierce)

February 7th, 2016
The online fundraising platform GoFundMe has shuttered the account white nationalist Tom Pierce created to solicit funds to finance his campaign for the 9th District County Commissioner seat in Knox County, Tenn.
Pierce, who has described “Islam, Judaism and other foreign religions [as] dogmas that are opposed to Biblical Morality,” addressed the company’s decision on Wednesday.

Tom Pierce, via Facebook
“If everyone that supports me could spare one or two dollars then I could easily raise enough for any and all advertising I would need associated with this campaign,” Pierce wrote in a Facebook post. “The Go Fund Me website [sic] has removed me so if you would like to donate to the Campaign [sic] you can message me and I’ll send you my mailing address.”
Pierce has been actively engaged in the white nationalist community for more than five years.
A national board member for the white nationalist Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC), an organization that “oppose[s] all efforts to mix the races of mankind, to promote non-white races over the European-American people,” Pierce received the CCC's activism award at the group's annual conference in 2011. Since joining the organization, he has attended several CCC sponsored events, including “Celt Fest,” a social function billed as a place to “meet other white folks [and to] embrace White Celtic Culture and Lineage!”
During the 2012 presidential election, Pierce helped well-known anti-Semite Merlin Lloyd Miller, the presidential candidate for the American Third Position (renamed the American Freedom Party in 2013), get on the ballot in Tennessee.
Besides working with the suit-and-tie set of American white nationalists, Pierce also was involved in the racist skinhead scene. He attended a demonstration against drug abuse in Knoxville organized by Blood and Honour American Division and a social gathering coordinated by the defunct racist skinhead group Volksfront in 2011.
Most recently, in 2013, he helped create South Knox Ten Mile, an east Tennessean extremist group aimed at sharing “common Western, Christian values.” The group also has partnered with the white nationalist Traditionalist Youth Network (TYN) on several occasions. Pierce, TYN's leader Matthew Heimbach, as well as other South Knox Ten Mile members, demonstrated against white genocide, a racist idea that white people are suffering from a racial genocide brought on by immigration and multiculturalism.
GoFundMe would not reveal the details or reasons for closing Pierce’s account.

source https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2016/02/05/gofundme-shuts-down-white-nationalists-campaign-fundraising-page

23 Germans arrested for broadcasting White Nationalist music

February 7th, 2016
(CNN) -- German authorities have arrested 23 people from around the country suspected of being involved in a right-wing extremist radio station that played neo-Nazi songs, Federal Criminal Police said Thursday.
They were arrested after raids of 22 homes in 10 German states, police said. Some 270 officials were involved in the searches, most of which were in the states of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine Westphalia, along Germany's western border, police said.
Some of those arrested were appearing in court Thursday, but a spokeswoman for the Federal Criminal Police would not specify the charges they face.
Police said those arrested are between the ages of 20 and 37. They operated an online station called Widerstand-Radio (Resistance Radio) that played music by skinhead bands about killing people and broadcast racist and hate-filled comments.
It is illegal in Germany to play Nazi songs, said the police spokeswoman, who asked not to be named in line with policy.

Dr. Duke – Donald Trump Ted Cruz Goldman Sachs and the Zionist Oligarchs – 98% Positive Rating! (VIDEO)

February 7th, 2016

Pantera Philip Anselmo Under Fire For Yelling ‘White Power’ and Throwing Nazi Salute at 2016 Dimebash (VIDEO)

February 7th, 2016
Pantera legend Philip Anselmo has come under fire for alleged racist behavior. At this year’s Dimebash charity event, Anselmo threw a nazi salute to the crowd before screaming “white power!” after a performance of Pantera’s “Walk.” The fifth annual Dimebash charity gig, paying tribute to late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell, was held Jan. 22 in Hollywood, Calif. and featured iconic
musicians like former Pantera bassist Rex Brown, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo and many others. The myriad of musicians came together to perform metal classics and raise money for the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund. Dimebash attendee and YouTube user Chris R had posted handheld footage shot from Dimebash shortly after the concert, purposely cutting out Anselmo’s nazi salute and “white power” declaration from “Walk.” However, the YouTube user had a change of heart and chose to isolate the moment. “I originally cut this from my first post of WALK but i feel people deserve to see this!” Chris R writes.

“A very sad moment and to me ruined the night! This is not what Pantera is about!!! Absolutely uncalled for and I can see why Vinnie Paul wants nothing to do with this man. Phil Anselmo you are a Racist prick!!” Philip Anselmo actually responded in the comments section of the clip via Housecore Records’
YouTube account: Ok folks, I’ll own this one, but dammit, I was joking, and the “inside joke of the night” was because we were drinking f—ing white wine, hahaha… Of all f—ing things. Some of y’all need to thicken up your skin. There’s plenty of f—ers to pick on with a more realistic agenda. I f—ing love everyone, I f—ing loathe everyone, and that’s that. No apologies from me. PHA ’16 Anselmo has faced accusations of racism in the past, most notably from a white pride speech Phil delivered in March 1995 while onstage with Pantera. Anselmo has also spoken out against racism, like in an MTV interview shot during Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven era. “Kids that come to our shows and yell ‘white power’… all I’ve got to say about that is I ain’t them kids,” Anselmo said.

Son, Dimitrios Safetis, allegedly clubs father to death with steering wheel lock

February 6th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/06/son-all...ng-wheel-lock/

Son allegedly clubs father to death with steering wheel lock
By Kathianne Boniello, Natalie Musumeci and Jennifer Bain
February 6, 2016 | 4:31pm

A Queens grick was fatally clubbed in the head by his own son in a drunken Friday night brawl, police said.

The deadly confrontation began when Ioannis “John” Safetis, 57, got a call from his ex-girlfriend, asking him to come to her Utopia Parkway home to retrieve his teenagers, a source says.

Dimitrios Safetis, 19, and his younger sibling had shown up, apparently drunk and belligerent, at the woman’s home.

The elder Safetis was annoyed at his sons. The conflict escalated with “a whole fracas involving the ex, the sons and the ex’s son,” according to a source.

John Safetis then retrieved a heavy steering wheel lock from his car and brandished it at Dimitrios, a source says.

The pair battled until Dimitrios wrestled the steering wheel lock away from his dad and allegedly swung it at the old man’s head, police say.

John Safetis pronounced dead at New York Hospital of Queens.


The car club used in the attack.
Photo: Robert Stridiron


Dimitrios and his father often argued, but it never sounded physical, said a neighbor.

“The dad gets really, really drunk,” says Oliver Hue, who lives next door to John Safetis in nearby Auburndale. “He has words of disappointment for the sons. It’s like a pleading tone. ‘Why did you do this to me? Why are you acting like this? You ruined me?’”

Hue says John Safetis sometimes had “lady friends” stop by his apartment. “Very presumptuous of me to say they were hookers but I told them to tune it down and he wouldn’t. He told me don’t talk to me, talk to my landlord,” Hue says.

Dimitrios Safetis was arrested and was awaiting arraignment on manslaughter, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

Coalburner crushes skull of mixed 6-mo-old to death, misses court due to giving birth to another

February 6th, 2016
http://www.fox10tv.com/story/3115177...r-giving-birth

Toledo woman accused of killing son misses court after giving birth
Posted: Feb 05, 2016 11:06 AM PST
Updated: Feb 05, 2016 11:06 AM PST

TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) -

A mother accused of killing her baby was absent from court for giving birth to another.:rolleyes:

Ariana Cannon, 20, was scheduled to appear in court Friday. She was in recovery after giving birth Thursday.

Children Services will be involved since Cannon is currently an inmate at the Lucas County jail.

She is awaiting a trial for the death of her son, Carsyn Cannon, who died in the hospital at 6-months old after she brought him in with a skull fracture and fractured leg.

http://www.wtol.com/story/29771316/t...onth-old-child


(20-year-old Ariana Cannon)


http://www.13abc.com/home/headlines/...322208122.html

Family struggles to deal with death of 6-month old allegedly killed by his mother Video at link = white grandparents


six month old Carsyn Cannon

Negro, Bean Teen Arrested, 1 Negro Sought Shooting Death Norman, OK WM, 41

February 6th, 2016
http://okcfox.com/news/local/two-arr...orman-shooting

Two arrested in connection to fatal Norman shooting
Friday, February 5th 2016



The Norman Police Department has arrested two men to the shooting death of a man in December.

Police arrested 17-year-old Mathiaz Oropeza and 19-year-old Anthony Mundell in connection to the Dec. 14 murder of 41-year-old Kenneth Keeling.
Mundell and Oropeza have been charged with first degree murder.

Keeling was discovered lying on the ground outside his residence at Summerfield Village Apartments suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to a hospital, where he later died. An investigation discovered that Keeling was a bystander when a shooter fired shots into another group of people.

An arrest warrant has also been issued for 18-year-old Tevin Kyreece Martin-Hicks.

http://okcfox.com/news/local/norman-...rest-in-murder


Tevin Kyreece Martin-Hicks



41yo Kenneth Keeling was shot dead last night at the Summerfield Village Apartments in Norman @OKCFOX

(Hispanic) MTA cop arrested for helping beat up son’s classmate

February 6th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/06/mta-cop...ons-classmate/

MTA cop arrested for helping beat up son’s classmate
By Susan Edelman and Tom Wilson
February 6, 2016 | 1:05am

An off-duty MTA Bridges and Tunnels officer was arrested Friday for allegedly punching his son’s classmate, police sources said.

Ruben Caraballo, 36, was charged with assault. The police report says he punched the boy in the ribs.

Monica Harris, the mother of the 13-year-old alleged victim, said Caraballo went to the boys’ school, Bronx Mathematics Preparatory, “and had his son point out my son.’’

When her son saw them, “he started running because he got scared,” she said.

She claimed father and son got into a car and pursued her son three blocks.

“He had his son pin my son down. His son is . . . twice the size of my son,” Harris said. “Caraballo [Sr.] hit my son.” He was treated at Jacobi Medical Center.

The school is one of 94 failing schools in Mayor de Blasio’s “Renewal” program. It is also on the state’s list of “persistently dangerous” schools.

Off-duty court officers tackle, detain (Hispanic) murder suspect

February 6th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/06/off-dut...urder-suspect/

Off-duty court officers tackle, detain murder suspect
By Larry Celona

Two unarmed, off-duty court officers tackled a murder suspect and held him for police near Yankee Stadium Friday evening.

The suspect, Jesus Flores, 30, knifed a 43-year-old man in the chest and arm, authorities said. He also allegedly slashed a 27-year-old man in the right hand at East 161st Street and River Avenue in the South Bronx at about 7:15 p.m.

The older man died at Lincoln Hospital soon afterwards.

Flores was taken into custody by the officers, Brian Bishop and Rodolfo Hernandez, who had just finished shifts at Bronx Criminal court. They followed Flores, 30, and grabbed him after they saw him hide the knife.

The fight had started in a McDonald’s.

This red-haired (Negro) bandit is wanted for string of subway robberies

February 6th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/06/this-re...way-robberies/

This red-haired bandit is wanted for string of subway robberies
By Amanda Woods
February 6, 2016 | 1:35am



The bright red-haired :rolleyes: crook pictured here is wanted for a string of robberies, some violent, on the subway this week, police said.

The first happened on Sunday about 8:30 p.m. when the thief approached a 22-year-old man on a northbound C train near the West 155th Street station, displayed a knife and demanded his cell phone. The suspect then slashed the victim’s right arm and fled empty-handed. The victim was treated and released from New York Presbyterian Hospital.

The mugger struck again on Tuesday at about 3 a.m. when he approached a 37-year-old man who was sleeping on a Manhattan-bound 4 train near Utica Avenue in Brooklyn. When the victim woke up, he saw the suspect standing over him with a razor in his hand, before noticing a cut in his jeans’ pocket. He then attempted to restrain the suspect, who punched him in the face, cops said. The suspect fled empty-handed.

On Wednesday at about 7:50 p.m., cops believe the same crook grabbed an iPad from a 28-year-old woman’s hand on a C train in West Harlem.

About a half-hour earlier, police say the thief snatched two bags of chips from a shelf at Spring Iconic Sweet Shop in SoHo. A 39-year-old employee struggled with the suspect, attempting to stop him. The crook managed to get away with the chips.

Cops say that the suspect is in his 20s and about 5’10”. :mad: A surveillance image from the sweet shop incident shows him wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black pants and a chain around his neck. :mad:

Two negros arrested for 2015 murder of Omaha WM, 51

February 6th, 2016
http://www.wowt.com/home/headlines/T...367890211.html

Two arrested for 2015 murder
Updated: Fri 10:29 PM, Feb 05, 2016

OMAHA, Neb. (OPD Press Release) - Two men were arrested Friday in connection to a murder committed last spring.



Police found the body of 51-year-old Chuck Keathley inside his home near 52nd and Dodge streets on May 30th.



Thirty-seven-year-old Sha’ron Ellis faces charges of first-degree murder and use of weapon. Thirty-nine-year-old Chris Myers faces an accessory to a felony charge.

Ellis is currently in the hospital and will be booked on his warrants once he is released. Myers is currently incarcerated in the Douglas County Department of Corrections on an unrelated charge and will be booked on his warrant.

Negro, 37, Sentenced To 220 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting 3 Underage Female Relatives

February 6th, 2016
http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2016/...-for-18-years/


Man, 37, Sentenced To 220 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting 3 Underage Female Relatives For 18 Years

February 5, 2016 7:50 PM

PALMDALE (CBSLA.com) — The LA County District Attorney’s Office announced on Friday that a 37-year-old Palmdale man was sentenced to 220 years to life for sexually assaulting three female family members for nearly two decades.

Richard Edward Ray was convicted on Dec. 9, 2015 of a total of 17 felony counts.

Ray was found guilty of five counts of lewd act upon a child; two counts each of continuous sexual abuse, aggravated assault of a child and oral copulation or sexual penetration with a child 10 years old or younger; and one count each of incest, sexual intercourse or sodomy with a child 10 years or younger, sodomy of a person under 14 with 10 year difference, aggravated sexual assault of a child (oral copulation), criminal threats and forcible rape of child victim over the age of 14, said Deputy DA Stephen Morgan.

http://theavtimes.com/2014/09/30/who...-to-sun-92814/

Who got arrested in Palmdale? THUR 9/18 to SUN 9/28/14

Quote:

Richard Edward Ray, 35, Male, Black of Palmdale
5:23 a.m., 9-27-14
288 (A)/PC/F/ LEWD ACT ON A CHILD
38022 5th St E

Boy Alleges Man In Vehicle Asked ‘Do You Want Candy’ And Attempted To Grab Him

February 6th, 2016
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...d-to-grab-him/

Boy Alleges Man In Vehicle Asked ‘Do You Want Candy’ And Attempted To Grab Him
February 5, 2016 1:37 PM

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia Police are investigating after a boy reported a man attempted to grab him after offering him candy.

Authorities say the incident happened Wednesday morning around 7 a.m.

The 10-year-old says he was on the 5300 block of N. 3rd Street when a man in a vehicle stopped him and asked if he wanted some candy.

The boy alleges the male then attempted to grab him by the arm, causing the him to run home.

Authorities are describing the suspect as a white male in his 40’s. He has a large stomach, a beard, and was last seen wearing dark glasses and a puffy jacket. The suspect was driving a black car.

Comical, palpable pathologic, psychotic statements and behavior by US State dept. spokes-flacks

February 5th, 2016
Insane or Just Moronic? The Strange World of State Department Spokespersons

Link: http://russia-insider.com/en/politic...ersons/ri12632

[neat vids at site link above]

These are smart people collecting annual pay in the six figures???

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The current State Department moron

Originally appeared at Ron Paul Institute

Anyone wondering why the rest of the world sees the US administration as insane -- or worse -- need only spend a few minutes watching a daily briefing from the White House or especially the US State Department. These are not endeavors by intelligent and rational representatives of the US government to help explain US policies to the press corps and thereby to the rest of the world, but rather mind-numbingly sophomoric and barely literate diatribes.

Who can forget the exchange between AP's top diplomatic reporter Matt Lee and State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf, where Mr. Lee questioned Harf on her assertion that US "evidence" for its claim that Russia was involved in the shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 over Ukraine came from "social media." Pressing Harf for any evidence, he asked "is there anything other than social media" to back US claims? Yes, she said, but only offered that the US assessment was based on "common sense."

Then there was that hilarious moment when former State Department Spokesperson Jan Psaki answered accusations by the Venezuelan government that the US was trying to push a regime change on the country.

Impossible, Psaki told the press corps:

These accusations, like all such previous accusations, are ludicrous. As a matter of longstanding policy the United States does not support political transitions by non-constitutional means. Political transitions must be democratic, constitutional, peaceful, and legal.

It is priceless to watch as Psaki is busted, again by AP reporter Matt Lee, at 1:13, for such an objectively untrue statement. And don't miss the look on her face at 1:30. Everyone in the room, not the least Psaki herself, knows it's an outrageous lie. The US was by that time eyebrow deep in its Syria regime-change program, had turned Libya into an al-Qaeda and ISIS safe haven with its "political transition" there, and had openly supported an unconstitutional and illegal coup in Ukraine just a year and a half earlier. Not to mention Afghanistan, Iraq, and attempts in Lebanon, Cyprus, Moldova, Macedonia, Belarus, and so on and so on.

John Kirby is a retired US Navy rear admiral who was named State Department Spokesman last May, taking over for the discredited Jan Psaki. If the press corps thought the level of debate could not get any lower in the post-Psaki era, they were sorely mistaken. The logical fallacies, gaffes, mis-steps, and all out boners pulled by Kirby make Psaki look Shakespearian by comparison.

Kirby is like a seedy but obtuse used car salesman dishing out doublespeak at a frenzied pace yet filled with righteous indignation when the rest of us smell the bovine feces suffusing his illogic.

Today's exchange is classic Kirby. The US accused Russia of violating Turkish airspace again last week and the Russians have denied the claim. Kirby is questioned by an RT reporter as to whether the US might provide evidence to back up its accusation. Here's how Spokesperson Kirby responded:

You know, you're so good at asking these questions that it's the United States' responsibility to provide proof of what Russia is doing. Which I find incredibly comical. It's not our job to confirm for the Russians what they're doing. ... We can confirm that on the 29th of January another Russian combat aircraft violated Turkish and NATO airspace.

Reminded that it was the US making the accusations of an airspace violation and that Russia denied US claims and requested proof, Kirby again seemed incapable of understanding that the burden of proof lies with the accuser. He shot back:

It's not our responsibility to provide proof to the Russians for something they did wrong. ...But for our part, there's no doubt that they entered Turkish and therefore NATO airspace.

The exchange really must be seen to be believed:

Here's a bonus round from last month: Kirby confronted by the State Department's denial of reality in the case of North Korea's possession of nuclear weapons and Crimea's reunion with Russia.

MATT LEE, ASSOCIATED PRESS: And then the last one is – and every time this happens, the line comes out from people in this Administration and other governments as well, is that we will not accept North Korea as a nuclear-armed state, and yet, it is. You also say this about other things too. You say you will never accept Crimea as a part of Russia. And yet, it is. Isn’t it time to recognize these things for what they are and not live in this illusion or fantasy where you pretend that things that are, are not?

ADMIRAL JOHN KIRBY (RETIRED), STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN: The short answer is no.

QUESTION: No?

MR KIRBY: But I would challenge --

QUESTION: It’s preferable to live in a fantasy world?

MR KIRBY: I would challenge this idea that it’s a fantasy world. Just because – let me put it this way. At this level of foreign policy, you have to make choices. And you don’t have to accept everything --

QUESTION: You have to accept reality, though.

MR KIRBY: -- even at face value. No, you – we are not going to accept North Korea as a nuclear-armed state, and we’re not going to recognize that. We are, however, going to deal with their efforts --

QUESTION: The fact that they are a nuclear-armed state.

MR KIRBY: -- their efforts at developing that program.

QUESTION: Okay. Do you understand my confusion? I know this – I think it’s illogical to say that you’re not going to recognize them as a nuclear-armed state when, in fact, they are and you are operating in a way --

I think if the State Department really wants to continue down this route of illogical and anti-intellectual spokespersons who offer head-scratching non-answers to legitimate questions about US behaviors, they need to ditch the retired Navy admiral and even the Harfs and the Psakis of the world. These are mere pikers.

Who's my pick for the next team to explain US policy actions abroad?

Imagine these young ladies explaining why the US droned, bombed, or invaded yet another country!

Negro exposes himself to woman in Walmart at 3:30 am

February 5th, 2016
http://www.fox2detroit.com/news/loca...84771015-story

Canton police looking for Walmart flashing suspect



Updated:Feb 05 2016 10:22AM EST

CANTON, Mich. (WJBK) - Police are asking for the public's help identifying and locating a man they suspect of exposing himself to a woman inside a big-box retailer.

The Canton Police Department says a woman reported that a man exposed himself to her at 3:30 a.m. on Sunday at the Walmart store on Michigan Avenue near Belleville Road.

Mudshark loses baby boy Antoine Jones, 16, that turned to the streets

February 5th, 2016
http://www.whio.com/news/news/crime-...rotwood/nqHGM/



Updated: 12:57 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 | Posted: 10:06 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, 2016
Family member: Teen fatally shot ‘didn’t deserve this’
One of the victims is a 16-year-old Kettering Fairmont High student.



Family member says slain teen 'turned to the streets'


Antoine Jones with his mother. Jones, 16, was shot and killed Feb. 1.

TROTWOOD —

Police are investigating a double homicide after two men were found shot to death in a car Monday night.

One victim is 16 and a Fairmont High student
The other is 20, of Trotwood
Car was found in a driveway on Curundu Avenue
Police: Shooting believed to be drug related
Police: Gunshots fired inside, outside the car

UPDATE @ 12:54 p.m. (Feb. 4)

Trotwood police Capt. John Porter said they are still interviewing witnesses and those with suspect information. He said evidence leads police to believe there were one to three other people present at the time of the shooting.

Police have recovered up to 10 shell casings from the scene. The vehicle was driven by Antoine Jones, 16, but Porter said it’s unclear yet who owns the vehicle.

UPDATE @ 7:08 a.m. (Feb. 4)

NewsCenter 7’s Gabrielle Enright this morning spoke with Anthony Clemmons, who is engaged to Antoine Jones’ mother and helped raised Jones for 14 years.

Negro deff from self-inflicted haid lead poisoning while playing ‘Russian Roulette’

February 5th, 2016
http://www.wsoctv.com/news/news/sher...ing-rus/nqKSJ/

Updated: 12:35 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 | Posted: 8:32 a.m. Friday, Feb. 5, 2016
Sheriff: Man fatally shot himself while playing 'Russian Roulette'



LANCASTER COUNTY, S.C. —

Authorities in Lancaster County announced early Friday morning that a shooting death they had been investigating for weeks has now been ruled an accidental death after the man who died fatally shot himself while playing “Russian Roulette.”

On Jan. 12, deputies found the body of Brandon Reese inside his truck on John Everall Road in a Lancaster, South Carolina. Investigators said Friday that Reese, 22, shot himself in the head while playing Russian Roulette.:p

Connecticut town considers training teachers to use guns

February 5th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/05/connect...s-to-use-guns/

Connecticut town considers training teachers to use guns
By Associated Press
February 5, 2016 | 11:33am

KENT, Conn. — A Connecticut town is considering a program that trains teachers to use guns in the event of an active shooter, and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has come down hard on the idea. :mad:

Kent selectmen voted 2-1 on Wednesday to present information about the “FASTER Saves Lives” program to the Board of Education. The board will ultimately decide whether to implement the program at the pre-K-through-eighth-grade Kent Center School.

The nonprofit Faculty/Administrator Safety Training and Emergency Response program would provide trauma kits and firearms training to school personnel in the event of a hostile act or intrusion.

In an interview Thursday with the Associated Press, Malloy said he’s particularly concerned that the program would also allow anonymous volunteers to carry weapons at school. It offers 26 hours of training during a three-day class in Ohio.

“If any board of education would approve this, I’d be shocked, frightened and disappointed,” said Malloy, who said he felt compelled to comment publicly about the situation. “It makes no sense. And no school system in the state of Connecticut should be allowed to do this.” :mad:

Selectman Jeffrey Parkin first presented the program to town officials in January.

He told the Danbury News Times on Thursday that reaction to the proposal has “gotten out of hand.”

“It’s being suggested that teachers would be walking around the school visibly packing guns,” he said. “If Kent went into this program, the gun or guns would be concealed. It would be up to the board of education how the gun would be kept, possibly in a safe with access for trained staff.”

Malloy said if school districts want properly trained security, such as former police officers, it’s their decision to make.

“The idea that we’re going to have a volunteer receive 26 hours of training or teachers and principals receive 26 hours of training, that’s just unacceptable,” Malloy said. “It puts children in more danger, not less.”

(Black) Harlem Gatsby’ found guilty of assault that caused victim brain damage

February 5th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/04/harlem-...-brain-damage/

Harlem Gatsby’ found guilty of assault that caused victim brain damage
By Rebecca Rosenberg
February 4, 2016 | 7:11pm


Dard Coaxum, aka 'Harlem Gatsby'
Photo: Steven Hirsch


It took a Manhattan jury less than two hours to convict self-proclaimed ​”​Harlem Gatsby​”​ restaurateur Dard Coaxum of slugging a stranger so hard during a drunken dispute that the man suffered permanent brain damage.

“Guilty” read the foreperson on one count each of assault and attempted assault as Coaxum’s girlfriend sobbed in the gallery Thursday.

Prosecutor Joshua Steinglass asked Judge Ann Scherzer to take Coaxum, 46, into custody pending his February 26 sentencing where he faces up to a year in jail.

“As we all know from his testimony, he’s a man of virtually unlimited means,” the ADA said of the former partner of posh French bistro Cedric.

Coaxum also said on the stand that his family owns $15 million in property.

Scherzer ordered court officers to take the dapper businessman, wearing a blazer and blue suede Ferragamo shoes, into custody as a dozen teary-eyed friends and fambly watched from the gallery. :rolleyes:

“Love you all,” he said as he blew them a kiss.

During the one-week trial in Manhattan Criminal Court, Coaxum took the stand and argued that he acted in self-defense.

He said he threw the first punch inside the Gourmet Deli because Julio Torres, 43, was mouthing off and threatening him.

Coaxum claimed he threw the second devastating punch that caused Torres to crack his skull on the pavement after his opponent got into a fighting stance.

Torres can no longer walk, talk or feed himself. But The ADA argued that the video surveillance didn’t support Coaxum’s story.

“He attacked Julio Torres because he was pissing him off,” Steinglass said. “The defendant doesn’t get to knock someone out because that person is taunting him.”

Update: Two cops were shot at ‘point-blank range’ at a Bronx housing project by black

February 5th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/04/two-cop...-in-the-bronx/

Cops shot at ‘point-blank range’
By Larry Celona, Shawn Cohen, Jamie Schram and Frank Rosario
February 4, 2016 | 8:42pm | Updated


Malik Chavis


Two cops were shot at a Bronx housing project Thursday night by a gunman who then fled and took his own life, police said.

Officer Diara Cruz was shot in the thigh and Patrick Espeut suffered a graze wound to the temple after they encountered Malik Chavis in the Melrose Houses on East 156th Street at about 8 p.m., according to authorities.

Cruz, 24, and Espeut, 29, were part of a three-officer unit on routine vertical patrol when they came upon Chavis, 23, and a second man on the sixth floor of one of the buildings in the complex, sources said.

They asked the men for identification and Chavis said he needed to retrieve it on the seventh floor.

When Chavis, Cruz and Espeut reached the top of the landing, the gunman suddenly turned and fired three rounds at the officers, striking them both.

There, the officers discovered Chavis’ body, a .32-caliber handgun at his side. They also found a sawed-off shotgun in a black bag in the apartment, the sources said. The shooter spent five years in jail for armed robbery, and was released in 2014.


Bill de Blasio leaves the State of the City address after learning two officers were shot in the Bronx.
Photo: Chad Rachman


“There were a lot of gunshots,” said a resident, Kendrick Joseph, 18. “They went pop, pop, pop. I lost count of how many shots there were.”

Despite being wounded, Espeut fired two rounds at the shooter, but apparently missed.

Chavis, who reportedly had more than a dozen arrests, then ran to a friend’s apartment on the seventh floor and declared, “I just shot a female cop. I don’t wanna go back to jail,” sources said.

He then turned the gun on himself.

When cops stormed the apartment, the men inside simply pointed to a back room.

Three men were detained by police and were being questioned.

Witnesses watched as the wounded cops were rushed to ambulances.

“The girl was brought out on a stretcher first,” said Joseph. “They ripped open her pant leg and she was bleeding from there. It was *really bloody.”

EMTs stabilized the officers.

“The ambulance worker . . . was telling the woman to hold her wound and to put pressure on it,” Joseph said. “The man was brought out on a stretcher and his head was wrapped up in bandages. He was covered in blood.”

Both cops underwent surgery at Lincoln Hospital. They were said to be alert and talking on Thursday night.

“They are very lucky,” said a law enforcement source. “He shot them at point-blank range, and they’re gonna get out of this hospital alive.”

Both have two years on the job and work for Public Service Area 7 in the 40th *Precinct.

“Proud of my officers, hopeful for their speedy recovery, grateful for the many expressions of concern and support on their behalf,” Commissioner Bill Bratton tweeted.

Mayor Bill de Blasio, who had just delivered his State of the City speech at nearby Lehman College, rushed to the hospital.

“The officers confronted an armed assailant, but thank God in both cases, their condition is good,” the mayor said. :rolleyes:

“We are praying for the best here, and of course, our hearts and our prayers are with their families.

“It’s another example of what our officers confront every single day, keeping us safe not only on the streets of New York City, but in the stairwells and the hallways of our public housing developments.”

Even in the hardened neighborhood, residents expressed shock at the *attack.

“It’s a surprise. I don’t know what it takes for a man to shoot a cop,” Joseph said.

“It’s not a good neighborhood — but shooting cops?”

The incident was the second officer-involved shooting in the 40th Precinct this year. On Jan. 9, Officer Sherrod Stuart was shot in the *ankle and survived.

Four NYPD cops have been fatally shot in the past 14 months: Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos in Brooklyn in December 2014, Brian Moore in Queens in May 2015, and Randolph Holder in East Harlem last October.

Two cops shot at a Bronx housing project Thursday night by a gunman at ‘point-blank range’ by black

February 5th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/04/two-cop...-in-the-bronx/

Cops shot at ‘point-blank range’
By Larry Celona, Shawn Cohen, Jamie Schram and Frank Rosario
February 4, 2016 | 8:42pm | Updated


Malik Chavis


Two cops were shot at a Bronx housing project Thursday night by a gunman who then fled and took his own life, police said.

Officer Diara Cruz was shot in the thigh and Patrick Espeut suffered a graze wound to the temple after they encountered Malik Chavis in the Melrose Houses on East 156th Street at about 8 p.m., according to authorities.

Cruz, 24, and Espeut, 29, were part of a three-officer unit on routine vertical patrol when they came upon Chavis, 23, and a second man on the sixth floor of one of the buildings in the complex, sources said.

They asked the men for identification and Chavis said he needed to retrieve it on the seventh floor.

When Chavis, Cruz and Espeut reached the top of the landing, the gunman suddenly turned and fired three rounds at the officers, striking them both.

There, the officers discovered Chavis’ body, a .32-caliber handgun at his side. They also found a sawed-off shotgun in a black bag in the apartment, the sources said. The shooter spent five years in jail for armed robbery, and was released in 2014.


Bill de Blasio leaves the State of the City address after learning two officers were shot in the Bronx.
Photo: Chad Rachman


“There were a lot of gunshots,” said a resident, Kendrick Joseph, 18. “They went pop, pop, pop. I lost count of how many shots there were.”

Despite being wounded, Espeut fired two rounds at the shooter, but apparently missed.

Chavis, who reportedly had more than a dozen arrests, then ran to a friend’s apartment on the seventh floor and declared, “I just shot a female cop. I don’t wanna go back to jail,” sources said.

He then turned the gun on himself.

When cops stormed the apartment, the men inside simply pointed to a back room.

Three men were detained by police and were being questioned.

Witnesses watched as the wounded cops were rushed to ambulances.

“The girl was brought out on a stretcher first,” said Joseph. “They ripped open her pant leg and she was bleeding from there. It was *really bloody.”

EMTs stabilized the officers.

“The ambulance worker . . . was telling the woman to hold her wound and to put pressure on it,” Joseph said. “The man was brought out on a stretcher and his head was wrapped up in bandages. He was covered in blood.”

Both cops underwent surgery at Lincoln Hospital. They were said to be alert and talking on Thursday night.

“They are very lucky,” said a law enforcement source. “He shot them at point-blank range, and they’re gonna get out of this hospital alive.”

Both have two years on the job and work for Public Service Area 7 in the 40th *Precinct.

“Proud of my officers, hopeful for their speedy recovery, grateful for the many expressions of concern and support on their behalf,” Commissioner Bill Bratton tweeted.

Mayor Bill de Blasio, who had just delivered his State of the City speech at nearby Lehman College, rushed to the hospital.

“The officers confronted an armed assailant, but thank God in both cases, their condition is good,” the mayor said. :rolleyes:

“We are praying for the best here, and of course, our hearts and our prayers are with their families.

“It’s another example of what our officers confront every single day, keeping us safe not only on the streets of New York City, but in the stairwells and the hallways of our public housing developments.”

Even in the hardened neighborhood, residents expressed shock at the *attack.

“It’s a surprise. I don’t know what it takes for a man to shoot a cop,” Joseph said.

“It’s not a good neighborhood — but shooting cops?”

The incident was the second officer-involved shooting in the 40th Precinct this year. On Jan. 9, Officer Sherrod Stuart was shot in the *ankle and survived.

Four NYPD cops have been fatally shot in the past 14 months: Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos in Brooklyn in December 2014, Brian Moore in Queens in May 2015, and Randolph Holder in East Harlem last October.

Feral negro monkey who poured boiling water on cat, posted video on Facespook arrested

February 5th, 2016
http://myfox8.com/2016/02/05/man-who...ed-in-chicago/

Man who poured boiling water on cat arrested in Chicago
Posted 9:26 am, February 5, 2016



CHICAGO — A man who poured boiling water on a cat in a Facebook video has been arrested in Chicago.

Leon Teague, 18,
of the 6900 block of South King Drive in Chicago, was charged with one felony count of animal torture and a misdemeanor count of depiction of animal cruelty, according to The Chicago Tribune.

WNCN originally reported that the video was allegedly shot in Greenville, N.C. Now authorities say the Teague shot the video in Chicago and posted the video to Facebook at about 10 p.m. on Feb. 2.

In disturbing the video, the teen boils a pot of water and opens a window where the cat is sitting. The cat begins meowing loudly and then the man throws the boiling water on it.

The injured cat, which begins screaming in pain, tries to run away but gets trapped on the porch.

Johnnie Cochran couldn’t handle the truth, so he sued me for $10M

February 5th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/05/johnny-...ed-me-for-10m/

Johnnie Cochran couldn’t handle the truth, so he sued me for $10M
By Andrea Peyser
February 5, 2016 | 12:06am


Johnnie Cochran (right) with O.J. Simpson. Photo: AP


Johnnie Cochran got away with it.

The late lawyer warped the United States criminal justice system in a successful quest to free the rich, famous — and, I believe, guilty as Osama bin Laden — accused double-murderer O.J. Simpson.

Then Cochran sued The Post, and me, for the crazy sum of $10 million.

What?

It was 1997, more than two years after blind, deaf and dumb Los Angeles jurors declared the beloved former football great Orenthal James Simpson innocent. The Juice was accused in 1994 of nearly decapitating with a knife his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson — the mother of two of his children — and stabbing her actor-waiter friend, Ronald Goldman, so many times, the overkill continued even after he was dead.

Here’s Johnnie!

As lead attorney of O.J.’s amoral “Dream Team,’’ Cochran essentially put the entire L.A. Police Department on trial for racism. The cynical court strategy freed an African-American hero, a guy who married white, played golf with white guys, reinvented himself as a sports commentator, movie star and TV pitchman, and never gave back, financially or socially, to the black community from which he had escaped.

“Well, I’m not black!’’ O.J. (Cuba Gooding Jr.) cries out in the riveting, and emotionally draining, new TV series, “The People v. O.J. Simpson.’’ “I’m. O.J.’’

I was reminded of my bizarre cameo in this real-life drama while watching the first six episodes of the 10-part series, which premiered Tuesday on FX, with Cochran artfully played by Courtney B. Vance.

The pain flooded back.

There was the wild white Ford Bronco freeway chase, with O.J. in the back seat holding a gun to his head. There’s the giddy fame-whoredom of then-Superior Court Judge Lance Ito (Kevin Choi).

Lead prosecutor Marcia Clark (Sarah Paulson) lost the jury from Day One with her bitchy demeanor and tightly curled hair. In a scene that may or may not really have happened, a grocery cashier spies Clark buying a large box of Tampax and snarks, “Uh-oh! I guess the defense is in for a hell of a week, huh?’’

It all ended after prosecutor Christopher Darden (played by Sterling K. Brown) stupidly agreed to Cochran’s challenge and have O.J. try on bloody gloves, in open court, that he supposedly wore while committing the crimes. O.J. struggled to put them on over the latex gloves already on his hands.

“If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit,’’ Cochran chanted to jurors. It didn’t. They did.

The shocking verdict didn’t surprise me a bit.

After the trial, the victorious Coch*ran was determined to shut me up. He got royally peeved by a passage in a column in which I bemoaned his entry into the legal team suing New York City government on behalf of police sodomy victim Abner Louima.

“Cochran has yet to speak up,’’ I wrote. “But history reveals that he will say or do just about anything to win, typically at the expense of the truth.’’

Hey — another scribe called him a “thug’’ and didn’t get sued!

“I’m a thick-skinned guy who is basically not bothered by writers who I perceive have an agenda,” Cochran told the Los Angeles Times. “But you draw the line generally as a lawyer when somebody writes an article saying that you have made a history of lying in court.”

An LA federal judge dismissed the lawsuit in 1998, ruling that the column expressed my constitutionally protected opinion.

Cochran appealed the ruling.

I got pregnant, gave birth to my daughter, and enrolled in Mommy & Me classes before an appeals court panel finally tossed the suit in 2000, dashing visions of my heirs being forced to labor into the 22nd century to pay off my legal debt.

But make no mistake, Cochran won. His tactic of intimidation undoubtedly discouraged reporters from printing or broadcasting the truth as we see it.

Cochran died of a brain tumor in 2005. :p

O.J. was found liable in a civil trial for the killings and ordered to pay $33.5 million to the families of his ex-wife and Goldman, most of which he hasn’t paid. He’s now serving a 33-year sentence in a Nevada prison after being convicted of taking part in a 2007 gunpoint robbery in Las Vegas.

Louima settled with the City of New York and its police union for a total of $8.75 million in 2001. :mad:

The O.J. trial was never really about race. It was a cautionary tale about the way money and fame poisons everything they touch. I would like to think that the world has recovered from The People vs. O.J. Simpson.

The next time a guilty celebrity rides off in a white Bronco, I’ll let you know.

Six (dead Mexican) bodies found in Chicago home

February 5th, 2016
http://nypost.com/2016/02/05/six-bod...-chicago-home/

Six bodies found in Chicago home
By Associated Press
February 5, 2016 | 9:27am


Police at the scene. Photo: AP


CHICAGO — Chicago police are investigating what led to the deaths of two children, two women and two men whose bodies were found with signs of trauma inside a home on the city’s South Side.

Chicago police Chief of Detective Eugene Roy said Friday morning that the victims suffered blunt trauma. The bodies were found Thursday afternoon, when police initially said four men, a woman and a child had been killed. Police are investigating the deaths as a multiple homicide.

The victims’ identities will be released after the Cook County medical examiner has performed autopsies Friday morning, Roy said. He said it appeared the victims were members of the same family.

Interim Chicago Police Superintendent John Escalante said police are trying to locate relatives.

There were no signs of forced entry to the residence in the Gage Park neighborhood, the home didn’t appear ransacked, and the victims weren’t bound, Roy said.

Escalante told reporters Thursday that the case appeared to be an isolated incident and that there was no wider threat to the community, but police added extra patrols in the neighborhood as a precaution. Asked whether it could have been a murder-suicide, he said it was “a possibility.”

Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said later Thursday that police were “not yet” searching for suspects.

Escalante said police checked the house Thursday afternoon after receiving a call from a co-worker worried about someone who lived there. That person had missed two days of work, which was “highly unusual and very suspicious,” Escalante said.

Police arrived at the single-family brick home just after 1 p.m. They looked inside and saw one body, entered and found five more.

Six people lived in the home — a couple, their son, their daughter and the daughter’s two children — a relative said.

“They were a normal family. Everything was fine,” Noemi Martinez, 29, said from Dallas during a phone interview in Spanish. She said her husband was a nephew and cousin of the home’s residents.

Martinez said the father worked at a factory in Chicago and the mother was a housewife. They were originally from the Mexican state of Guanajuato and had lived in Chicago for about a decade, Martinez said.

“Right now, we just want to know who did this. They didn’t deserve this. We don’t understand what happened,” she said.

Escalante said the investigation would take time but emphasized there was no imminent threat.

“At this time we don’t believe that there is any threat to the surrounding community or any known threat right now to the immediate neighborhood,” he said.

In the neighborhood, three teenage boys said they were worried about a classmate at Rachel Carson Elementary School who lived in the home. They feared he was among the dead.

“His favorite sport was soccer,” Aaron Villazana said of his friend, and Emmanuel Hernandez chimed in: “He’d get out of school and play soccer. … He liked sharing.”

“I just saw him three days ago. He was walking by. He told me, ‘How are your basketball games going?'” said Jesus Anderade.

Earlier, Rosa De La Torre’s 13-year-old son comforted her as she sat down and sobbed near the home, worried a friend could be among the victims.

Another neighbor, Lettie Magas, 68, lamented what she said has been an increase in crime in recent years.

“I feel safe as long as it’s daylight out, but I won’t come out at night, no way,” Magas said.

Coonvict who exemplified success of new parole models stabs homeless WM to death in Denver

February 5th, 2016
http://completecolorado.com/pagetwo/...-homeless-man/

Convict was arrested by DOC weeks before allegedly murdering homeless man
February 3, 2016 6:21 AM



A convict who supposedly exemplified the success of new parole models but is now facing murder charges following a New Year’s Day stabbing death in an alley near downtown Denver previously had raised a series of red flags for authorities, both before and after his release from prison, according to documents obtained by Complete Colorado.

The heavily redacted documents, taken from a log maintained by the Colorado Department of Corrections, show even the suspect himself, while still an inmate, at one point had sternly warned authorities of his own propensity for violence.

Complete Colorado first broke the news in January that Calvin Johnson, arrested shortly after the slaying of of Leon Teodora, had been touted to state lawmakers just two weeks earlier as a model of successful parole reforms by Deputy Director of Parole Alison Morgan. Yet, the log in which DOC tracked all contact between Johnson and department staff reveal a troubling history that arguably should have given officials pause.

An entry last Oct. 13 from parole supervisor Andrew Zavaras reads:

“Its (sic) reported that [subject] was being aggressive and intimidating [redacted] at his intake today. This has become a pattern of behavior with this offender. He would not sign the paperwork [redacted] gave him without adding a bunch of his own conditions to them. It is this supervisors (sic) opinion that offender is currently a risk to public safety and to the staff that come in contact with him.” Zavaras goes on to recommend that parole officers arrest Johnson and present parole board, “so they can make a decision on how best to proceed with this offender.”

Johnson was arrested that same day—but he never did go before the parole board as recommended.

http://www.9news.com/story/news/loca...nver/78180774/

Erectus Looking Buck, Step Mammy Charged After Sprog Iz Wrapped In Plastic, Zip Tied, Over 7-Monfs

February 5th, 2016
http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2016/0...over-7-months/

2 Parents Charged After Son Is Wrapped In Plastic, Zip Tied, Over 7-Months
February 4, 2016 3:55 PM



BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Authorities in Montgomery County have charged a Maryland couple after a 7-year-old boy is tied up in plastic and zip tied in place over a seven month period.

The investigation began on December 2, 2015 at a residence located in the 12000 block of Clarksburg Square Road, in Clarksburg, Montgomery County.

According to charging documents, the 7-year-old victim was taken to Shady Grove Hospital for multiple injuries to his body and for a possible seizure.

Hospital documentation details “non-accidental traumatic injury to the child,” including bruising, abrasions and blisters all over the body.

According to charging documents, the victim reports that his father, Craig Williams, would wrap him in plastic wrap starting from his neck before bedtime. The boy says his father then used zip ties to keep him in place.

His father later admitted that fecal matter and urine were on the victim during checks in the morning.

In one instance, the victim told police that he was wrapped up in plastic almost the entire day before Thanksgiving. The following day he was wrapped up until it was time for dinner. The 7-year-old reports there were days that he did not get to eat when he was “bound” in his room.

The young boy told detectives that “he had thoughts of not wanting to live anymore.”

When a nurse asked why there were blisters on the boy’s hands, he said that his hands “were stuck in hot water.”

The boy says his father did most of the retraining, but his step-mother, Nicole Williams, would also assist.


In charging documents, Nicole admitted to previously using packing wrap for moving, to wrap their son from his shoulders to his knees. She says she then used a cloth material to wrap around him.

Both Craig and Nicole admitted to the horrific acts committed on their son.

In charging documents, Craig told authorities that they had been wrapping their son in plastic for the past seven months.

Authorities say several siblings live in the home with the victim, including a one-year-old, a four-year-old, a 6-year-old, 12 year-old and a 17-year-old. It is unknown at this time if they had previously suffered any abuse from their parents.

Camden County Passes (Anti-Trump) Resolution Condemning anti-Muslim Hate Speech

February 5th, 2016
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...g-hate-speech/

Camden County Freeholders Pass Resolution Condemning Hate Speech
February 5, 2016 4:00 AM By David Madden

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hate speech targeted at Muslims has been on the rise in recent months fueled in part by terrorism and in part by presidential politics. That trend has prompted officials in Camden County to take measures aimed at turning the trend around. County freeholders passed a resolution condemning hate speech in general and expressing solidarity with the Muslim community. That move was led by Freeloader Jeffrey Nash.

“The Presidential politics produces a certain political rhetoric. It is important from our perspective that we not be guided by fear that is fueled by bigotry and hate speech,” Nash said. :rolleyes:

While a resolution might only reflect the sentiment of a particular governmental body, he hopes that a meeting Monday night in Cherry Hill will go a bit further. The session, at the Katz Jewish Community Center, is open to the public. It will feature Jewish and Muslim leaders in South Jersey who hope to tackle radical hate speech head-on.