Fury over the killing of Ms. Taylor by the police has fueled tense demonstrations in Louisville, Ky., and elsewhere. A decision on whether to charge the officers involved may come soon.
Seattle hired a man who led violent protests in the city and who was convicted of running a prostitution operation as a policing consultant.
According to Fox news Minneapolis is commending the Minnesota Freedom Fighters, who are Black men with AR-15s and Glocks and wearing tactical vests and bandannas who provided extra community security in the wake of protests after the death of George Floyd, according to reports. “It’s important to have men from the community step up for the community,” Sasha Cotton, director of the […] The post Minneapolis commends group of Black men patrolling streets, protecting businesses after death of George Floyd appeared first on Tactical Sh*t.
Source: Niamh Harris It looks like the Black Lives Matter (BLM) group have deleted its ‘What We Believe’ manifesto page from its website. The page which contained the group’s radical objectives for transforming society is however still viewable on the “Wayback Machine” RT reports: The manifesto was published on BLM’s “What We Believe” page at […]
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Actress Alyssa Milano, who recently became a top supporter of the “Defund the Police” movement, which seeks to disband police departments and redirect funds to “community organizations” was quick to call the cops, the Daily Mail reports, over reports of an “armed gunman” in her neighborhood. Fortunately, no one was hurt; the “armed gunman” turned […]
The available evidence in the George Floyd case exonerates the four Minneapolis police officers who were charged with second- and third-degree murder, a former federal and state prosecutor said in a Minneapolis radio interview Sunday. "The murder theory makes no sense at all. These police officers -- let me say this very clearly -- these… The post Former prosecutor: Cops in Floyd case 'did absolutely nothing wrong' appeared first on WND.
Judge rules Louisville police do not have to release investigative file into fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor foxnews.com
Breonna Taylor was just 26 and an emergency room technician with dreams of becoming a The post Louisville Police Declare State of Emergency Ahead of Breonna Taylor Decision appeared first on HillReporter.com.
In case anyone was wondering whether Portland, Oregon, was still a nightmarish hellscape of endless protests and violence, the answer is a resounding “yes.” After a brief respite during the recent wildfires in the area, protesters were back out on the streets Friday to pick up where they left off after 101 days of riots… The post Watch: BLM Agitators Surround Truck, Demand Passenger Raise Fist and Chant ‘Black Lives Matter’ appeared first on The Western Journal.
Don’t be fooled. No one is safe from the BLM mob. (Gateway Pundit) – On Monday morning rural Bigfoot High School in rural Wisconsin woke up to a BLM assault on their school. The Black Lives Matter mob TP’d the school grounds and blocked the entrance to the high school. The #BlackLivesMatter hate group is […]
Jerry Sheridan, the Republican candidate for Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff, says he will "line up jail buses" to take protesters-turned-rioters to prison.
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Journalists from Washington D.C., Portland, and across the country recorded protesters harassing random people, screaming, and committing violent acts at outdoor restaurants, on the street, and in cars on the road again this weekend.
To make a point about the evils of white supremacy, the film subjects its Black characters to unceasing brutality.
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(New York Post) - A "trained Marxist" founder of Black Lives Matter has teamed up on a new venture with a pro-Chinese Communist Party organization. Alicia Garza is now behind the advocacy group Black Futures Lab, which is backed by the Chinese Progressive Association, according to the website....
PHOENIX, AZ — A 17-year-old is in custody after reportedly firing a rifle at Department of Public Safety ... Read moreUrgent: “Blue Alert” issued after suspects ambush two detectives, open fire. One shooter is now on the run. The post Urgent: “Blue Alert” issued after suspects ambush two detectives, open fire. One shooter is now on the run. appeared first on Law Enforcement Today.
Gavaughn Gaquez Streeter-Hillerich, 22, faces federal criminal arson charges in connection with the June 26 incident.
The meeting was slated as a Minneapolis City Council study session on police reform. But for much of the two-hour meeting, council members told police Chief Medaria Arradondo that their constituents are seeing and hearing street racing which sometimes results in crashes, brazen daylight carjackings, robberies, assaults and shootings. And they asked Arradondo what the […] The post Minneapolis City Council Member: "Residents Are Asking, ‘Where Are The Police’?” first appeared on Conservative Post.
2020-09-17T09:25:30ZWASHINGTON (AP) — In a private call with federal prosecutors across the country, Attorney General William Barr’s message was clear: Aggressively go after demonstrators who cause violence. Barr pushed his U.S. attorneys to bring federal charges whenever they could, keeping a grip on cases even if a defendant could be tried instead in state court, according to officials with knowledge of last week’s call who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. Federal convictions often result in longer prison sentences. The Trump administration’s crackdown has already led to more than 300 arrests on federal crimes in the protests that erupted following the death of George Floyd. An AP analysis of the data shows that while many are accused of violent crimes like arson for hurling Molotov cocktails and burning police cars and assault for injuring law enforcement, others are not — prompting criticism that at least some arrests are a politically motivated effort to stymie demonstrations. ADVERTISEMENT“The speed at which this whole thing was moved from state court to federal court is stunning and unbelievable,” said Charles Sunwabe, who’s representing an Erie, Pennsylvania, man accused of lighting a fire at a coffee shop after a May 30 protest. “It’s an attempt to intimidate these demonstrators and to silence them,” he said. Some cases are viewed as trumped up and should not be in federal court, lawyers say, like a teen accused of civil disorder for claiming online “we are not each other’s enemy, only enemy is 12,” a reference to law enforcement. The Trump administration has seized on the demonstrations and an aggressive federal response to showcase what the president says is his law-and-order prowess, claiming he’s countering rising crime in cities run by Democrats. Trump has derided protesters and played up the violence around protests, though the majority are peaceful. Pockets of violence have indeed popped up in cities across the U.S., including Portland, Oregon, where protests devolved into clashes with law enforcement for weeks on end. Nights of looting and other unrest have occurred in other cities, including Rochester, New York; Minneapolis, Louisville, Washington and Chicago. ADVERTISEMENTFederal officials were also called into to Kenosha, Wisconsin, after large protests and unrest following the shooting of Jacob Blake and the gunning down of two protesters and later arrest of a 17-year-old in their deaths. Notably, that teen has not been charged with any federal crimes. Neither was a man accused of shooting and killing a demonstrator in Louisville following the death of Breonna Taylor. While Barr has gone after protest-related violence targeted at law enforcement, he has argued there’s seldom reason to open sweeping investigations into the practices of police departments. The Justice Department, however, has opened a number of civil rights investigations into individual cases. Barr has said he does not believe there is systemic racism in police departments, even though Black people are disproportionately more likely to be killed by police, and public attitudes over police reforms have shifted. Federal involvement in local cases is nothing new. Officials across the country have turned to the Justice Department for decades, particularly for violent crime and gang cases where offenders could face much stiffer federal penalties and there is no parole. Police chiefs in several cities have pointed to the importance of their relationships with federal prosecutors to bring charges that can result in long prison sentences to drive down violent crime. Even before the unrest earlier this year, the Justice Department was stepping in to bring charges in states where the government believes justice isn’t being fully pursued by local prosecutors. In January, for example, the department brought federal hate crime charges against a woman accused of slapping three Orthodox Jewish women in one of several apparently anti-Semitic attacks reported throughout New York during Hanukkah. It’s not clear whether protest-related arrests will continue apace. Demonstrations have slowed, though not necessarily because of the federal charges. Wildfires in the West and hurricanes in the South have dampened some of the conflict. While many local prosecutors have dismissed dozens of low-level protest arrests, some are still coming down hard. A Pennsylvania judge set bail at $1 million for about a dozen people in a protest that followed the death of a knife-wielding man by police. Even some Democrats, including District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser, have called for the Justice Department to pursue federal charges against violent demonstrators, going as far as accusing the Trump administration of declining to prosecute rioters. Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department had arrested 42 people one August weekend after a protest left a trail of vandalism. But prosecutors said the arrest paperwork didn’t identify specific crimes tied to each suspect. The federal confrontation with Bowser seemed counterintuitive, though Trump has a history of squaring off against the Democratic mayor. About a third of the federal protest-related cases are in Portland, for crimes such as assaulting a deputy U.S. marshal with a baseball bat, setting fires and setting off explosives at the federal courthouse and throwing rocks at officers. Three purported “Boogaloo” members, who use the loose movement’s name as a slang term for a second civil war or collapse of civilization, were charged with possessing a homemade bomb and inciting a riot in Las Vegas. An El Paso, Texas, man was accused of promoting hate speech, posting a video online with a racist epithet and making threatening comments to Black Lives Matter protesters while holding a military-style rifle at his feet. A Minnesota man was accused of helping burn down a police precinct headquarters there after Floyd’s death. But other cases simply don’t belong in federal court, lawyers say. In Seattle, 35-year-old Isaiah Willoughby, who’s accused of setting fire to the outside of a police precinct, faces a mandatory minimum of five years in prison if convicted of arson in federal court. He could be looking at around a year behind bars in state court, where his lawyer said the case belongs. “This is city property that has been destroyed and you have a local prosecutors office that is ready and willing and able to charge these cases in state court, but the federal government is attempting to emphasize these protest-related crimes for whatever agenda they are seeking to pursue,” said assistant federal public defender Dennis Carroll. Carroll accused federal authorities of using the cases to try to make the protests seem more violent and disruptive than they really were. Federal prosecutors earlier this month agreed to dismiss the charge against a man who authorities said was found with a Molotov cocktail in his backpack after he and other protesters were arrested in May for blocking traffic in Jacksonville, Florida. Video showed that 27-year-old Ivan Zecher was wrongfully arrested because he was actually on the sidewalk — not in the street — meaning prosecutors couldn’t pursue their case, Zecher’s attorney, Marcus Barnett said. “There is absolutely an agenda here to blow these out of proportion, make these look more serious or more sinister than it is,” Barnett said of the pursuit of federal charges. “This is the Justice Department, from the top, furthering an agenda that has nothing to do with justice,” he said. ___ Richer reported from Boston. 获取更多RSS： https://feedx.net https://feedx.xyz
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A police officer in San Leandro, Calif., has been charged and taken into custody for the fatal shooting of a Black man in April. Read more...
(Gateway Pundit) – The violence and chaos created by Black Lives Matter rioters and Antifa terrorists are not having the desired effect on voters that the left had hoped for. No amount of violence or chaos perpetrated on businesses or private residences by BLM rioters and Antifa have been able to convince voters that President […]
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Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva on Monday challenged NBA star LeBron James to match and double the reward money being offered for information on the gunman who ambushed two deputies over the weekend.
On Sunday morning, former GOP Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, taking note of the two Los Angeles County deputies who were shot in the head in a cold-blooded ambush as they sat in their patrol car Saturday night, threw down the gauntlet to Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris, who is a senator from California. Walker wrote, […]
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More destruction. (Big League Politics) – Initial reports of the damages inflicted on Kenosha, Wisconsin by last month’s Black Lives Matter riots indicate that more than $50 million of property damage occurred during the events. The Wall Street Journal has reports that the damages were assessed. The hardest-hit business from the mass criminal activity was […]
She said earlier this year that she was "done being shy," and tennis star Naomi Osaka duly found her voice at the 2020 US Open.
Two deputies with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department were hospitalized Saturday evening after a male gunman approached their patrol vehicle, fired multiple shots inside in an ambush attack, and then fled on foot, according to officials and video surveillance. One of the deputies is a 31-year-old mother of a 6-year-old boy, and the other is […]
Alleged Black Lives Matter activists attempted to block the entrance to a hospital in Los Angeles late on Saturday night that two deputies were rushed to after being shot during an apparent assassination attempt. Witnesses later said that the far-left activists, who shouted outside that they hoped the deputies died, attempted to storm the emergency […]