Florida deputy stops black man on bike, shoots him 4 seconds later


This is blatant attempted murder and these continued acts by those with badges need to be halted.On the last morning of the last day Dontrell Stephens could still walk, the 20-year-old was bicycling across Haverhill Road, talking to a friend on a cellphone.

A truck slowed as he rode against traffic. Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy Adams Lin was watching schoolchildren waiting for a bus.

Later, he would say he followed Stephens to give him a traffic ticket for not bicycling properly.

But he also would acknowledge he was suspicious of Stephens, whom he had not seen in the neighborhood before that morning, according to court records.

He intended to stop him, ask for identification and find out where he had come from and where he was going.

He considered frisking him. But Lin, who is of Asian descent, denied racially profiling Stephens, who is black, and wore his hair in long dreadlocks.

When Stephens turned down a side road, Lin followed, stepping on the gas, turning on the siren and then the lights.

He thought the way Stephens rode his bike was suspicious.

He thought the way Stephens got off his bike was suspicious.

And four seconds after Lin got out of his patrol car, he shot Stephens four times, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.

Earthquake slams Nepal; devastating loss of people, history

Kathmandu, Nepal (CNN)A magnitude-7.8 earthquake centered less than 50 miles from Kathmandu rocked Nepal with devastating force Saturday, toppling homes, temples and historic buildings and leaving at least 1,457 people dead, authorities said.

Nepal Earth Quate\

Stunned residents stared at temples that were once part of their daily lives and now were flattened to the ground.

Locals and tourists ferreted through mounds of debris in search of survivors. Cheers rose from the piles when people were found alive, but mostly bodies turned up.

Afterward, whole streets and squares in the nation's capital and largest city were covered in rubble. Nepal Earthquake

11 stories reportedly under scrutiny so far in NBC's Brian Williams investigation

Brian Williams, anchor, "NBC Nightly News," during "Decision 2010" on Nov. 2, 2010. (Virginia Sherwood/NBC/ Getty Images)Months after Brian Williams admitted to falsely claiming he was onboard a helicopter hit by rocket fire in Iraq, three NBC executives reportedly gathered in a Rockefeller Center conference room to talk about their embattled anchor. So far, unnamed sources told the Washington Post and the New York Times, the network’s internal probe has identified 11 occasions when Williams apparently bent the truth about his reporting. NBC decided to suspend the “Nightly News” anchor back in February and launch an investigation into Williams’ work after the Iraq admission sparked an onslaught of accusations of embellished reporting. Everything from Williams’ Hurricane Katrina coverage and SEAL Team 6 stories to anecdotes about his college years were suddenly subject to scrutiny.

The reaction to Bruce Jenner is love

Bruce Jenner's TransformationThere are innumerable reactions to Bruce Jenner's announcement about being a transgender woman, but the dominant reaction is the most human one of them all: love.

"Love is the courage to live the truest, best version of yourself. Bruce is love," Jenner's step-daughter Kim Kardashian wrote online after Jenner's interview aired on ABC on Friday night.

She signed her message "I love you Bruce" with the hashtag #ProudDaughter. Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian said they were proud, as well. And Jenner's son Brandon said on the special, "I feel like I am getting an upgraded version of my dad."

Arizona sheriff acknowledges investigation into judge's wife

Joe Arpaio PHOENIX (AP) — In a bombshell revelation, Sheriff Joe Arpaio acknowledged Thursday that his office was behind a secret investigation into the wife of the judge presiding over a racial-profiling lawsuit against the brash Arizona lawman known for his anti-immigration patrols.

A contempt-of-court hearing in the case took the strange turn after the sheriff finished his testimony and Judge Murray Snow began asking him questions, including whether Arpaio was investigating him and his family.

"Are you aware that I've been investigated by anyone?" the judge asked.

Ex-school headmaster sentenced to 50 years for child porn

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The former headmaster of an elite Christopher D. WheelerDelaware prep school founded by members of the du Pont family was sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison for dealing in child pornography. Christopher Wheeler showed no emotion and declined to speak. His attorney plans to appeal.

Wheeler, 55, waived his right to a jury trial last year after a judge denied a defense motion to suppress evidence seized during a search of his home and office at Tower Hill School, whose graduates include DuPont Co. CEO Ellen Kullman, U.S. Sen. Chris Coons and television personality Dr. Oz.

Wheeler was convicted by Judge Eric Davis in December after rejecting a plea bargain under which he could have received as little as four years behind bars.

Thousands of South Koreans march in anti-government rally

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Thousands of anti-government protesters South Koreans Protestsmarched in cities across South Korea on Friday, denouncing the labor policies of the increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye.

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The rallies were orchestrated by one of the country's two major umbrella labor unions. They come about a week after police clashed violently in the capital Seoul with demonstrators critical of the government's

handling of a ferry disaster that killed more than 300 people a year ago.

Angelina Jolie rips world powers on Syria's refugee crisis

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Actress Angelina Jolie pleaded with world Jolie briefed the council as special envoy for the U.N. on refugee issues. Syria's ambassador said simply of her presence, "She's beautiful."powers Friday to help the millions of Syrian refugees, sharply criticizing the U.N. Security Council for being paralyzed by its division over Syria's four-year conflict.

"We cannot look at Syria, and the evil that has arisen from the ashes of indecision, and think this is not the lowest point in the world's inability to protect and defend the innocent," Jolie said.

"It is sickening to see thousands of refugees drowning on the doorstep of the world's wealthiest continent," she said. "No one risks the lives of their children in this way except out of utter desperation."

Woman punched by officer during arrest sues Seattle for $1 million

A Seattle woman who was punched in the face by a police officer as she Miyekko Durden-Bosleywas arrested on suspicion of domestic violence has filed a $1 million claim against the city, saying her rights were violated, the city clerk's office said on Friday.

Miyekko Durden-Bosley, 23, suffered a fractured eye socket in the June 22 incident, which was captured on police video.

In the video, Durden-Bosley can be seen kicking at the head of officer Adley Shepherd as she is handcuffed and placed in the patrol car.

He then draws back and punches her in the face.

Both Durden-Bosley and Shepherd are black.

Georgia university cancels classes in flap over flag protest

VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP) — Student demonstrators who walked on an Woman resists arrests but is treated with the degree of respect that all are supposed to be treated, and not like some wild animal that requires to be shot for merely taking a stance.American flag to protest racism sparked a countermovement, prompting a south Georgia university to cancel classes Friday ahead of a rally that drew a large crowd to Valdosta.

Valdosta State University found itself in the center of a controversy after a video shared on social media showed an Air Force veteran, Michelle Manhart, taking an American flag from demonstrators who had walked on it to protest racism.

At the protest, held a week ago, Manhart was detained by police when she refused to return the flag. She later was banned from the campus of 11,500 students. She was not a student at Valdosta State, according to the school.

The flag-walking demonstration involved three protesters, university spokesman Andy Clark said.

Meanwhile, tensions rose at Valdosta State when campus police found a backpack containing a handgun Tuesday.

Police said they traced the gun to a protester who was part of the flag-walking demonstration, and they issued a warrant for Eric Sheppard's arrest on charges of bringing a firearm onto a college campus.

Sheppard fled and has not been found by authorities, Clark said.

TCSO Reserve Deputy Bob Bates Received Special Treatment, Report Shows

Bob BatesTULSA, Oklahoma - A newly-released report shows deputies at the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office raised concerns about Reserve Deputy Bob Bates' training for years, but were intimidated to keep quiet.

The investigation by the sheriff's office in 2009 reveals Bates received special treatment and equipped his personal vehicle as a police car.

According to the investigation report obtained by News On 6, the deputy overseeing Bates' training says he signed off that Bates had 150 hours more training than he actually completed.

Bates is charged with manslaug

The report from 2009 claims there were red flags right from the beginning.

It states when Bob Bates "started operating at the advanced [reserve deputy] level, several other reserves voiced their concerns."

Cuban-born Jose Fernandez becomes U.S. citizen

The 22-year-old Fernandez arrived in the U.S. in 2008, settling in Tampa, FloridaMIAMI -- Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, a native of Santa Clara, Cuba, become a U.S. citizen Friday and was the keynote speaker during the ceremony for 140 other South Florida residents.

"This is a dream that I've had since I was little, and actually achieving it is really amazing," Fernandez said. "Having my family here and so much support from this amazing country, it's really fantastic."

Eight women finish first week of US Army Ranger test

Half of the female soldiers who entered the first co-ed class of U.S. Army A U.S. Army Soldier conducts a Ranger Physical Assessment during the Ranger Course on Fort Benning, GA., April 20, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Paul Sale/Released)Ranger School have completed the first week of the traditionally all-male course. Eight out of 16 female soldiers completed the Ranger Assessment Phase, or RAP week. On the male side, 184 males out of 380 finished RAP. "This is an overall success rate of 48 percent (48.3 percent for men and 42.1 percent for women) for RAP week and within historic norms for the Ranger course," according to an April 23 Fort Benning, Ga., press release.

Armenia marks centenary of mass killings by Ottoman Turks

Ceremonies have been held in Armenia and around the world to mark the Key moments from Armenian ceremonies remembering the deadcentenary of the start of mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks. The presidents of France and Russia joined other leaders for the memorial in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.

Armenia says up to 1.5 million people died, a figure disputed by Turkey. Turkey strongly objects to the use of the term genocide to describe the killings and the issue has soured relations between the nations.

HIV outbreak in Indiana grows

Indy is in a HIV issue(CNN)The number of new HIV infections in a rural Indiana county has grown, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The institute is working with state health leaders to control the "severe outbreak," which has spread among users of a prescription opioid called Opana. The outbreak has been ongoing since mid-December.

As of Friday, 142 people have tested positive for HIV, with 136 confirmed cases and six more with preliminary positive test results, all in rural Scott and Jackson counties. This is a huge number of cases for an area that has a population of only a few thousand people.

Inside the fight to free Warren Weinstein

Washington (CNN)In 2011, al Qaeda took Warren Weinstein hostage. Warren WeinsteinThen, about a year later, his family paid money to his captors, said a Pakistani source who was in regular contact with the kidnappers.

It did not lead to the American aid worker's release, and he was inadvertently killed in an anti-terror strike in January, the White House announced Thursday.

After the transfer of funds in 2012, the captors, who never referred to themselves as "al Qaeda," but instead as "Afghans," began demanding prisoners be released in exchange for Weinstein, most prominently Dr. Aafia Siddiqui of Pakistan, the source said.

Three more women say Bill Cosby drugged, sexually assaulted them

3 more cosby vicitims from long agoLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Three more women on Thursday accused Bill Cosby of sexually abusing them decades ago, as the veteran comedian gets ready for the final show in his U.S. comedy tour.

Janice Baker Kinney, Marcella Tate and Autumn Burns said at a press conference hosted by celebrity attorney Gloria Allred that Cosby, 77, drugged and sexually assaulted them in separate incidents between 1970 and 1982.

They join more than three dozen women, many of whom are represented by Allred, who have made similar accusations in public over the past year.

Not again! Royals brawl with White Sox leads to five ejections

Not again! Royals brawl with White Sox leads to five ejectionsThe Kansas City Royals can't seem to avoid trouble this season. They were at it again Thursday, this time taking on the Chicago White Sox.

Things started in the bottom of the seventh inning. With two outs, White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton hit a comebacker to Yordano Ventura.

As Eaton was running to first, Ventura appeared to yell a not so friendly phrase at him. Eaton appeared to have said something to Ventura after hitting the ground ball.

The first base umpire immediately got in front of Eaton, while the home plate ump came out in front of Ventura.

At that moment, both benches cleared. At first, it seemed like a normal baseball bruhaha.

There was a lot of pushing and shoving, but no punches were thrown.

That didn't last. White Sox pitcher Jeff Samardzija went after Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain, causing a scrum on the field. As Samardzija charged at Cain, one Royals player, possibly Edinson Volquez, took a swing at Samardzija.

Samardzija was eventually separated from the fray. He was held back by Geovany Soto, his teammate with both the Cubs and Athletics.

U.S. drone strike accidentally killed 2 hostages

Obama on drones killing hostagesWashington (CNN)—President Barack Obama announced Thursday that a U.S. counterterrorism operation targeting an al Qaeda compound in January accidentally killed two innocent hostages, including one American.

Multiple U.S. officials told CNN the hostages, Warren Weinstein, an American, and Italian national Giovanni Lo Porto, were killed by a U.S. military drone that targeted the al Qaeda compound.

Brittney Griner arrested on suspicion of assault

Brittney Griner and her fiancee were both arrested on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct. One of the best women’s basketball players in the world is in trouble with the law.

Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner was arrested early Thursday morning on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct, according to Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, per The Arizona Republic.

Griner’s fiancee, Glory Johnson, was arrested on the same charges, according to the report.

TMZ reported that the two were allegedly attacking each other. Johnson also plays in the WNBA as a member of the Tulsa Shock.

Report: Rand Paul's son charged with DUI

William Paul, Ran Paul's son, arrested for DUIWashington (CNN)Presidential candidate Rand Paul's son, William, received a citation for driving under the influence of alcohol this past weekend, according to reports.


Police reportedly encountered the Kentucky GOP Senator's 22-year-old son on Sunday morning after his Honda Ridgeline rear-ended a parked vehicle in Lexington, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.


READ: Sen. Rand Paul's son arrested, charged with underage drinking William Paul has had two prior alcohol-related interactions with law enforcement, including a charged assault, the paper reported.


The son sustained minor injuries after the Sunday crash and has been charged with driving under the influence and for not having car insurance, according to the local media reports. A spokesman for Paul said the senator "does not comment on any private matter in regards to his family."

Charges dismissed 34 years into man's life sentence

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — A California man who was freed after serving Michael Hanline34 years of a life sentence for murder had the charges formally dismissed Wednesday.

Michael Hanline, 69, was the longest-serving wrongfully incarcerated inmate in California history, according to the

California Innocence Project, whose lawyers worked for 15 years to free him and persuaded prosecutors to re-examine the evidence.

Testing showed DNA found at the crime scene did not come from Hanline or his alleged accomplice. In addition, prosecutors withheld evidence that should have been disclosed to Hanline's legal team during the trial.

Once lauded, Gen. David Petraeus faces criminal sentencing

He retired from the military to lead the CIA at the request of President David PetraeusBarack Obama in 2011. But after only about a year, Petraeus delivered Obama a resignation letter, sinking into shame as the news that his one-time chronicler was actually his lover.

Petraeus spent some time maintaining a low profile, but then began to emerge in mid-2013, accepting positions at universities and the private equity giant Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. Most of Petraeus' friends and family -- including his wife, Holly -- have been supportive of the four-star general and stood by him, friends of Petraeus said.

Michael Brown's family to file civil lawsuit, attorneys say

(CNN)The family of Michael Brown, the black teen killed last year by a "They have accepted (Wilson's) self-defense," Parks told reporters at the time. "We do not accept his self-defense."white Ferguson police officer, plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the city, attorneys for the family said.

The civil suit will be announced Thursday morning in front of the St. Louis County Courthouse.

Attorneys Anthony Gray and Daryl Parks promised the lawsuit in early March after grand jury and Justice Department decisions not to charge Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting.

Freddie Gray death: Protests grow; cop union compares them to 'lynch mob'

Protests by those who think that Bmore police are too brutal(CNN)As protesters decrying Freddie Gray's death plan more rallies in Baltimore Thursday, anger is mounting over a police union's comparison of the protest to a "lynch mob."

"While we appreciate the right of our citizens to protest and applaud the fact that, to date, the protests have been peaceful, we are very concerned about the rhetoric of the protests," the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3 said in a statement.

"In fact, the images seen on television look and sound much like a lynch mob in that they are calling for the immediate imprisonment of these officers without them ever receiving the due process that is the constitutional right of every citizen, including law enforcement officers."

That comparison drew swift and sharp criticism, given the history of lynchings of African-Americans in the United States.

Rooted in the racial ire of the Civil War, lynching involved mobs hanging black people, minorities and those who opposed oppression of minorities from trees.

Spain ex-king led 'double life' with German aristocrat, book says

Juan CarlosSpain's ex-king Juan Carlos had an affair with a German aristocrat for the last 10 years of his reign, according to a new book about the monarch's "double life" that is flying off Spanish bookshelves.

The king, who gave up the throne in June 2014 in favour of his son Felipe, was in a romantic relationship with Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein and "for a long time"

thought of divorcing his wife Sofia, author Ana Romero said at the book's presentation in Madrid on Wednesday.

"They were a couple pure and simple," she said, before adding that members of the former king's entourage had discouraged him from getting a divorce.

Jury convicts Oregon farmer of killing men, feeding to pigs

Susan MonicaMEDFORD, Ore. — Jurors spent only about an hour deliberating Tuesday before convicting an Oregon woman of killing two handymen and feeding their corpses to her pigs.

The Jackson County jury found Susan Monica guilty of murdering two men about a year apart,

then abusing their corpses by feeding them to the animals at her farm, The Medford Mail Tribune reported ( ).

Circuit Judge Tim Barnack immediately sentenced Monica to a minimum 50 years in prison.

Prosecutors said Stephen Delicino, 59, was killed in 2012 and Robert Haney, 56, died in 2013.Monica's changing stories about how she shot Delicino and Haney never matched the forensic evidence, Allan Smith, senior assistant deputy district attorney, told jurors in closing arguments.

La teacher, 27, arrested for sex with student, 15: cops

Amber AndersonA 27-year-old Louisiana teacher apologized to cops for the "mistake" she made in “taking (a boy’s) innocence” after she was caught having a steamy sex affair with the 15-year-old freshman, police said.

Amber Anderson admitted she’d exchanged naked texts and later had sex with the Baton Rouge teen, now 17, during a summer fling in July and August of 2013, according to an affidavit obtained by The Times-Picayune.

Ethiopia mourns Christians killed by IS militants

Ethiopia mourns Christians killed by IS militantsAddis Ababa (AFP) - Ethiopia began three days of national mourning on Tuesday, with joint Christian and Muslim prayers for more than 20 Ethiopian Christians killed by Islamic State militants in Libya.

The murders have horrified Ethiopians and sparked global condemnation, including from Pope Francis who expressed his "great distress and sadness".

"They are animals, they are outside of all humanity," said Tesfaye Wolde, who saw his only brother Balcha Belete executed on a video released by the jihadists.

"I saw him kneeling, a masked man pointing a gun to my brother and his friend, with a knife to their throats."

Abune Mathias, the patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, called the killings "repugnant".

"We have a duty to raise our voice to tell the world that the killing of the innocent like animals is completely unacceptable," he said.

Almost two-thirds of Ethiopians are Christians, the majority of those Orthodox Copts -- who say they have been in the Horn of Africa nation since the first century AD -- as well as large numbers of Protestants.

Hundreds of Ethiopians marched through the capital Tuesday demanding justice for the victims.

Democrat "1832" & Republicans  "1854"       It's time for a party that represent the 100%




Miyekko Durden-Bosley

Woman punched by officer during arrest sues Seattle for $1 million 4/26

Differences in the treatment of

Black Woman & White Woman by Police



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Without Consequences, poor behavior is





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Assume that your cell phone is A window into your person



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Police Brutality on any human being is equally as wrong



American Southern Demographics

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The Power of Voting,
on display....



ncaa board members

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The Guarantee..., is really "not our job"....



Michael Brown's family to file civil lawsuit, attorneys say

Lives Stolen and $Millions Lost for every American City

"They have accepted (Wilson's) self-defense," Parks told reporters at the time. "We do not accept his self-defense."These useless and senseless murders by police who have no reason to have been awarded the honor of serving the citizens of any city as a Law Enforcement Officer.

When giving a person the authority to drive around with the power over all citizens accompanied with the benefit of being anointed the trust of assumed to be more honest than any citizen,

we must, daily assess that individuals character based on his/her history of interactions with any citizen of the city.

When the collective Industry of Justice failed to daily validate honesty in those who are awarded the badge of justice,

$Millions of dollars collect from the city's citizens used to manage all the goodness of the city's capabilities,

become wasted on lawyers having to defend the illegal and abusive acts and actions of flawed police officers.

$Millions Wasted due to flawed police backed by a entire

Justice Industry

managed by flawed leaders.





Charges dismissed 34 years into man's life sentence

The Rampant Abuses of the Police isn't just recently

"A Few Bad Apples, Not the larger majority of all police, or only the acts of a few bad police officers"

Michael HanlineComments that are generally spoken with each and every instance of cops caught behaving illegally or abusing their power.

However, stories told by family members for decades and the subsequent many instances of wrongly imprisoned people who have spent a half life time in jail based on

flawed evidence, flawed behavior of district attorneys, planted evidence by police departments, etc...

provides us with enough facts to conclude that

Mal Behavior associated with Police Behavior is...

and has been a factor that has directly affected every American Citizen in a negative way for at least 100 years.

Systemic Abuses of Power

has been going on for at least 5 generations, and

a few bad apples within all police departments
actually refer to the few who
"choose not to be abusive".





Report: Rand Paul's son charged with DUI

The Embarrassment of your child getting a DUI

William Paul, Ran Paul's son, arrested for DUIIt is tough enough to attempt to raise a child to be good decision makers, however, when your family has a history of participation in the arena of politics to the degree that you are the father that is running for the Presidency of the United States of America, and so did your father....

the behavior of your own children provides a window into your internal life and your ability to do the one thing in life that validates you as a leader, which is providing good guidance for your own child and the results of the quality to which you have guided your children are within the behavior and the acts and actions of your own children.

by a child of a person running for the Presidency
doesn't suggest that the child received quality guidance.

Ran Paul has been a loud voice of judgment for years,

and now, he is being judge as to his parenting skills.





Brittney Griner arrested on suspicion of assault

Same Sex Marriage...., Same Problems

Brittney Griner and her fiancee were both arrested on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct. Within the confines of any relationship, there are instances of disagreements and what we have come to conclude as human beings is,

Same Sex Marriage equal Same Problems

in that, any two human beings that join in any type of a monogamous relationship, will suffered from the same type of problems as two people in heterosexual relationships.





Arizona sheriff acknowledges investigation into judge's wife

The Danger of Acquiescing to Flawed Character in the Seat of Power

Joe Arpaio Sheriff Joe Arpaio, once dubbed as the toughest Sheriff in America, since then have been found to be running an criminal and racist police department to the extent that this Sheriff has participated in the investigation of the sitting Judge's Wife.

The Feds have concluded that Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Police Department has used race based tactics to pull over citizens
and after ordering him to stop,

Sheriff Joe Arpaio gave them the middle finger.

Flawed Character in those that lead becomes the personification of the Character of those that he/she leads, and in this case,

it is an entire Police Department that uses racist and physical intimidation as part of its tools to inflict conscientious terror on the citizens of Maricopa County, Arizona.

Those who have ignored this flawed character in the leader of the Sheriff Department, are now feeling the same degree of abuse as those citizens who have felt the wrath of abuse by a

racist sheriff.

Flawed Character is always allowed so long as the person with
Flawed Character doesn't affect you, but the reality is, those with Flawed Character....
will eventually effect you in the same manner that you have
ignored for years.




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New DNA codes for mammoths: Step toward bringing them back? Scientists are getting their best look yet at the DNA code for the woolly mammoth, thanks to work that could be a step toward bringing back the extinct beast.


Teenager returned to Mexico from United States after identity mistakeA 14-year-old girl was returned to Mexico from Texas on Wednesday after DNA tests showed she's not related to a woman who claimed the teenager was her daughter.


Fears arise as Chinese modify human embryo genesChinese scientists have successfully edited the genes of human embryos for the first time,


Calbuco volcano erupts in Chile, and nearby town evacuatedThe Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated, mountainous area in southern Chile.


Police: Pedophile stole school bus, attempted to pick up kidsPatrick Frederickson, 30, is accused of walking away from his landscaping job, stealing an SUV and driving around until he found a parked school bus. He stole that and began driving a route based on a list of names and addresses he found on the bus


Lynch confirmed as US attorney general, 1st black woman in postLoretta Lynch


North Korea expands nuclear arsenal, Chinese experts say


Exercise 'not key to obesity fight'


Friends: Man's death after arrest reveals Baltimore dynamics


Mediterranean migrants crisis: EU leaders gather for talks


Texas cop knocks out DWI suspect with pavement takedownA Texas cop threw a drunken woman to the ground, knocking her unconscious when her head hit the pavement, as the DWI suspect's daughter screamed “mommy, mommy!” and ran over to help, according to witnesses and cell phone video.







Petraeus Sentenced To 2 Years' Probation, Fine For Sharing Classified Info

Double Standards as if no one will notice....

People of flawed character can only exist with others who have equal David Petraeus

flawed character traits.

Shame isn't part of the vocabulary among those who have gotten away in the game of double standards because they will not be internally strong enough to look into the eyes of those who display disdain for the act of

"Lying,  or Misrepresenting the facts".

Thus, those that award pardons, week sentencing, or ignore the obvious bad in others, do so because they are not able to award judgment against acts and actions that they,

themselves commit.

For all the enlisted military personnel who wasn't part of the officer ranks, which is 90 of all military personnel,

you see the disparity in assigning punishment when equal crimes are committed, and this example of a piss poor general officer

is a prime example of the degree to which double standards

are applied in and out of the military

based on the same flawed character traits

in former military people and civilian people.

2 Years Probation for sharing Top Secret Documents

just for some sex.

And Petraeus has no shame because those who he will stand beside,will show no disfavor for his poor character traits.



Feds probe video showing officer slamming woman's phone in California

Law Enforcement Officers are paid by your taxes in every city and state

Cop snatches cell from Beatriz and smashes it.

It is with your taxes that every law enforcement employee is being paid.

It is with your taxes that every lawyer defending the abusive and criminal activities of any law enforcement representative is being paid.

It is with your taxes that every settlement for $thousands & $millions of dollars that are paid for the abusive and criminal activities of any person serving as a representative of law enforcement.



you are the target of "gang like mentality" of the entirety of the justice system,

from the cop that snatches your cell phone from your hands as you record his/her actions,

to the district attorney that refuses to bring charges against a police officer who broke your jaw because you said "no" to him,

to the judge that finds the police officer "not guilty" because the DA charged the police officer with "Manslaughter & Not Murder" for shooting a woman who was playing her music to loud.

The wrong people are sitting in the seats of power in our entire justice system.

The people sitting in our entire justice system, have the wrong disposition regarding what their job description is and how they are supposed to conduct themselves with citizens.

The wrong people are defending police officers because they are all part of the gang with the "amily protects all members mentality".




Auschwitz trial: Oskar Groening recalls 'queue of trains'

A Life Time of Conscientious Torture... by those following orders

Whether it is moral or immoral,

Whether it is criminal or non-criminal,

 Oskar Groening, now 93, has said he had no direct role in killing Jews

following orders as a military service person, can cause a life time of psychological and emotional trauma and it is the conscious burden of horrors witnessed or acts participated in that destroys an individual from the inside out.

Generally, the poor join the military to earn a pay that can provide a good life style for ones family, but,

the psychological costs are often times, a thousand times worse than any amount of monitory compensation one could earn.

Germany former military personal who are still alive have paid a conscientious price greater than any human being on earth, and similarly, U.S. Military personnel who served during the Iraq War, also bare the burden of conscientious torture based on following flawed orders to attack a nation of people who never caused them any harm.

The Price of War

for those who follow orders,

Pay an un imaginable price for decades after the conflict.



Lawyer for Freddie Gray's family says race was an element in his death

What's changed...., we are now able to prove lying by police

Freddy Gray

Everyday that you awake,

thousands of police officers around this nation,

punch the clock, and when that cop punch that clock,

he/she joins the gang COP mentality that is so enshrined into the consciousness of every other police gang member that,

to change the gang mentality at this time in America,

is like asking a 50 year smoker to


Abuse of citizens,

Retaliation for filing formal complaints against abuse by a cop,

Lying on an official police report,

Planting evidence to cover up wrong doing by a cop,

Cop Gang Beatings of those who challenge any cop,

Blatant attacks from the back by cops that causes paralysis,

Cop and Gang Cop Assassinations,

are all the things that have taken place daily for more than 150 years...

all of which, have gone unpunished because cop's gang mentality stretches upwards to the Mayor's office of each and every local town in this nation.

These instances of police abuses is the norm.

We are only now able to prove it by video taping the truth.

$Billions paid each year on lawyers to defend a crooked cop.



FBI admits forensic evidence errors in hundreds of cases

The Benefit of the Doubt must be on the side of the accused

Fbi building

It is the obligation of the prosecution to provided un doubtable evidence to convict a defendant per the rules of the entire

U.S. Justice System.

Any shadow of a doubt must award the defendant zero guilt, and the fact that many have gone to jail based on "flawed" evidence is a stain on this nation's entire judicial system.

Every representative of the law that participated in the conviction of any defendant under these circumstances ought to be removed.

It is the obligation of the justice system to "prove" beyond a shadow of a doubt and any instance of flawed evidence

validates a shadow of a doubt as to the validity of the evidence.

from the article:

The Washington Post reported that of 28 examiners within the microscopic hair comparison unit, 26 overstated forensic matches in ways that favoured prosecutors in more than 95% percent of the 268 trials reviewed so far. "



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$Billions spent on other nations...., as America falls apart

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Congress authorizes $Billions in loans, gifts and charity to other nations around the world, yet,

it is the same congress that says no to any bill that fixes the
U.S. Infrastructure.

Our roads are like something off a movie that depicts vast waste lands in a post nuclear disaster.

Bridges are literally falling apart, and droughts are directly affecting the lives of millions of American Citizens.

One of the easiest things top do as a nation,

is building stuff, and building stuff doesn't required a PHD,

which are the types of jobs that can employee millions.


the same people that has ignored America's infrastructure...

are re-elected by those participating in the ignorance of the

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Officer who rammed car into armed man details encounter

Running over a person with a gun, from the back, is unacceptable

Michael Rapiejko and Michael Rapiejko

To run down a man with a gun as the man is walking away from the police officer's car, is an illegal and criminal act used against a person that requires proper legal and mental help.

Justifying the illegal act of running down a man by articulating the police officer's life saving methods, suggesting that the officer, in fact, saved the man's life because other officers may have killed the man instead of running him over with a police car,

is in itself, the degree to which those who are defending a member of the gang will go in order to ensure that the world understands that any act or action by any police officer,

can be justified.

Common Sense has been removed from the conscious of those who wear the badge, and stupidity prevails when a CNN reporter accepts the idiotic excuse without ensuring that the interviewee understands how idiotic his justifications are.



South Africa's Zuma vows to end attacks on migrants

Ignorance and lack of law, leads to chaos and criminal behavior

South Africa's attacks of the immigrants

South African President Jacob Zuma comes to the rescue after the chaos is over.

Lives lost, people killed,

all by the hands of those who have no fear for the law,

because there wasn't any law, and to this day,

South African President Jacob Zuma has failed to provide anything that could be any semblance of
"governmental control".

Those who are unwilling to better themselves....

attack the immigrants who they fear as possible recipients of jobs and success that they rightfully, do not deserve.

Where is the law?

Where are the military personnel?

Only after the attacks does leadership appear.

Only after the rapes, murders, explosions, kidnappings, does the leadership appear in clean and unstained attire.

Words don't stop the machete.

Words and promises don't bring back the stolen children.

Words and promises don't bring back the lives of lost loved ones.



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In This One




Only Life


What I find interesting

is that there are many people

who don’t have any idea

of what they want to do,

or be,

in this,

one and only life

that they have been given.


no one has ever asked them the question of
what do they want to be”,


what do you want to be known for”?


There are so many things

that would give a human being

a reason to “want” to live,

a reason to enjoy life,

a reason to want to wake up

to continue on their path.



I can go to any city

in any state,


go to any area of the world,,,

and find people who

simply exist.


These people know and understand

that they are alive,

they understand right from wrong,

they understand what the law is,

what sports are,

what a police officer does,

what a President or Prime Minster

do for their country,


if you ask these people,
what gives you pleasure”,

what is that you enjoy in this life”,

what interests you outside of

having to work to feed yourself

and pay your bills”?


These are only a few

of the questions that most people..,

do not ever ask themselves,

if others ask them,

they have no answer.




I believe

that we are all humans,

equal to one another,

all with the same capabilities of living.


I believe

that each one of us

ought to have that thing

that they enjoy doing,,

each day,

for reasons only meaningful

to the individual.


I believe

that when a person

actually have a reason to wake each day,

life takes on a different perspective,

a perspective of

participating in life.


What are the types of things

that a individual

may be interested in

that would cause them to

enjoy life each day?


There are thousands of things

to choose from,

all based on the individual,


if one does not search

for that thing that causes them

emotional pleasure,

then one will never know

what that thing is,


one simply exists.


I believe

that we all can love life

if we choose to

participate in life,


we do so

by searching for what we enjoy.


I also believe

that we enjoy things

based on the area of life

that we are in,

which means,

the things that we enjoy,

will change,,,

and that is what makes life

continually enjoyable.


Participate in this life

and don’t be a spectator,
because you only

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I didn't do it..., wasn't enough


You say to me,
let the justice system run it's course
and justice will be served and all will be
"right" at the end of this system.....
It Wasn't.


You say to me...
the justice system works when all the rules are allowed to play out in the proper manner,
 to include the rules associated with submitting evidence;
rules associated with an equal and
qualified public defender;
rules associated with non bias and
non unequal representation....
It Wasn't.


You say to me,
the law is fair, and those who represent the law
do so with the utmost of integrity and esteem...
they were not.


You say to me,
after I've been wrongly convicted...,
"be patient... allow the system to work
because if your innocent,
we will find out and after 30 years...
you didn't...


Wrongly imprisoned men and woman
by a system of justice managed and run by the
worse of the worse of
human character.


In the seats of Judgeship,
is corruption at it's highest level, anointed based on
favors and promises,
corrupt to the core.


In the seats of the district attorney
is a soul drunk with the power that allows him/her to disrupt a life at a whim,
the power to send a person to jail
with the point of a finger.


The Chain of Loyalty
in the justice system, steeped with corruption
and people of poor character,
wielding the hammer of justice with impunity.


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Four-star recruit Jean Delance decommits from Oklahoma following racist video 3/13

The Power of Young Black Athletes can

change America


is the driving force for all things in America and those who have the most money... has the most influence,
the most power,
the most recognition
and the greatest ability to change who they are and what they are.


Black Male Athletes
are worth their weight in gold,
literally, in that,
the black male athlete brings talent and skills to a college campus, and by doing so,
he brings T. V. Cameras and those T. V. Cameras bring huge sums of money to that College Campus,
to the extent that,
the "1" talented young black athlete can generate upwards of $20 Million Dollars for his first year of participating in the sport of his expertise.


"Four-star recruit
Jean Delance decommits from Oklahoma
following racist video
is like a huge meteor hitting the
American White College Campuses
square in the middle of their
present and future wallets.


Racist and Racism
on traditional American White College Campuses,
now matter...
and if more black athletes begin to opt out
of the Traditional White College,
huge sums of money will follow
that young black athlete no matter where he goes because the T. V. Cameras
are interested in that black athlete
no matter where he goes.


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Can you say, "Directly to Jail".....

Clinton permanently deleted emails from personal server 3/28

Hillary's Rules:
Defy, then justify, and finally
Deny Responsibilities


By any standards of rules following in a leadership position, the foundation of all actions is
"Be The Example".


Hillary Clinton's act of "wiping the server clean", is a blatant act of destruction of evidence,
in that, every transaction associated with government communication that was stored on that server, was in fact, government property as a result of Hillary's own act to opt to have her own personal email server while serving in the Presidential Cabinet as the
Secretary of State.



Hillary's Rules


"No, I will not follow the rules that everyone else must follow, because I'm Hillary Clinton, and for close to 70 years, I've always did things in the manner that "I" choose, irregardless of how others feel about it, because I'm
Hillary Clinton".


Without known consequences, defiance
the disposition of the individual and specific to Hillary, a history of not being held accountable for her
"Lies, Flawed Judgment, Ownership of Responsibility"
she has proven once again, so long as she isn't punished she,
will remain Defiant.



Hillary's response to every past flawed act or action has been to "justify" her actions as being non serious.

Her lie about landing in Tuzla, Bosnia and having to duck from live fire was defended by minimizing her act of lying with a description as it being a minor blip, saying
" "I say a lot of things -- millions of words a day -- so if I misspoke, that was just a misstatement," ".

To callously describe the act of lying in this manner defines the "self omnipotence", a disposition that states,
"I'm above the rules and how dare you question me?"


Charges should be filed for obstruction


What Hillary did in the act of erasing the server, was in fact, an act of destroying any possible evidence that could be used against her in the court of law or in the court of public opinion and the defense of "I didn't know",
is insufficient, unacceptable and ought be construed as
ignorance by choice.



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Cuban-born Jose Fernandez becomes U.S. citizen

MIAMI -- Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, Jose Fernandeza native of Santa Clara, Cuba, become a U.S. citizen Friday and was the keynote speaker during the ceremony for 140 other South Florida residents. "This is a dream that I've had since I was little, and actually achieving it is really amazing," Fernandez said. "Having my family here and so much support from this amazing country, it's really fantastic." The Marlins presented Fernandez with an American flag that had flown over the team's stadium

"This is one of my important accomplishments," Fernandez said. "I'm an American citizen now -- I'm one of them. I consider myself now to be free."


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Mark Helfrich: Chip Kelly has 'got a plan' for Philadelphia Eagles

Despite the flurry of moves made this offseason, take it from somebody who knows: Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly "is not insane," Oregon coach Mark Chip KellyHelfrich said Monday. "I think it's unfortunate that I've had to answer this question more than once: Chip Kelly is not insane," Helfrich, who was the offensive coordinator under Kelly with the Ducks for four seasons, told The Oregonian on Monday. "No, he's got a plan. He's got a method." Kelly and the Eagles on Monday signed quarterback Tim Tebow, who last played an NFL game in 2012, to a one-year deal. Tebow will join a crowded Eagles quarterback roster that includes Sam Bradford, Mark Sanchez and Matt Barkley.


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Source: Jameis Winston 'in play' for Titans if available at No. 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Should the Tampa Jamies WinstonBay Buccaneers pass on Jameis Winston with the first overall pick in the NFL draft, the Florida State quarterback will be "in play" for the Tennessee Titans at No. 2, a source tells The Titans have done their homework on Winston, and the team feels he "checks out," according to the source. The pending civil lawsuit against him connected to a sexual assault accusation for which he was never charged would not dictate the team's decision regarding Winston, the source said. While the team does see maturity issues, Winston made a fantastic impression during his April 13 visit to Titans headquarters.


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 Oskar Groening, now 93, has said he had no direct role in killing Jews A former Nazi SS guard has said so many trains full of Jews used to arrive at Auschwitz that often two would have to wait with closed doors while people from the first were "processed".

Most of those who disembarked were gassed to death almost immediately. Oskar Groening, 93, was speaking on the second day of his trial for being an accessory to the murder of at least 300,000 Jews at the death camp.

$23,660-a-year ‘executives' will see a raise from an Obama rule

ObamaPresident Barack Obama is preparing to do what the U.S. economic recovery has been slow to accomplish: raise the wages of millions of Americans.

His administration is drafting new rules on who qualifies for overtime compensation, forcing more businesses to pay time-and-a-half after 40 hours of work.

Many employees now earning as little as $23,660 a year -- below the federal poverty line for a family of four -- aren’t entitled to overtime pay because they are considered managers.

Feds probe video showing officer slamming woman's phone in California

The U.S. Marshals Service is investigating an incident in California in Cop snatches cell from Beatriz and smashes it.which a federal law enforcement officer appears to grab the cellphone of a woman recording police activity and slams the phone to the ground. The incident was posted on YouTube Sunday.

Information provided in the YouTube post claims that the confrontation happened earlier in the day. In the 53-second video, a woman is shown standing on the sidewalk aiming a cellphone toward two men standing a short distance away in black shirts with tactical vests reading "Police" across the back.

As the men stand with their backs to the woman, she can be heard saying, "I do not feel safe with you" and "You are making me feel unsafe and I have a right to be here" and "You need to stay away from me, I don't feel safe with you closer to me," among other statements.

The two men don't appear t o face the woman or make any movement toward her.

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The woman appears to point her handheld device toward the third man as one of the other men motions toward her with his arm.

What everyone says in the video at that point is unintelligible.

Baltimore officer suspended in Freddie Gray case accused of domestic violence

Gloria Darden, third from left, mother of Freddie Gray, walks with supporters and family members of Gray in a march to the Baltimore Police Department's Western District police station during a vigil for Gray…The Baltimore police officer who led the initial chase of Freddie Gray, the young man who died after being arrested and suffering a broken neck, has twice been accused of domestic violence and was temporarily ordered by a court to stay away from a second person.

Lieutenant Brian Rice faced actions in Maryland’s civil courts over alleged domestic violence in 2008 and 2013, according to public filings.

In both cases, requests for protective orders were denied by the judge. For a week in 2013, Rice was also ordered

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Rice, 41, was one of six officers suspended over Gray’s death on Sunday. Gray, who was 25, was arrested a week earlier after being chased when he made eye contact with Rice and ran away, according to police chiefs.

Gray’s neck was left “80% severed” by the breaking of three vertebrae and his voice box was almost crushed, according to his family’s attorney.

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Mediterranean migrants crisis: Europe 'must do more'

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Deputy Defence Minister Kostas Isichos told the BBC northern Europe must do more to rescue and shelter migrants.

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Wife of ex-Virginia governor: Corruption trial was unfair

Maureen McDonnellRICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell's legal team said in court filings Monday that her convictions on several public corruption charges are based on an overly broad definition of bribery and that she did not receive a fair trial owing to mistakes by the presiding federal judge.

In a 101-page brief filed in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, her attorneys said McDonnell's convictions should be overturned or that, at minimum, she should be given another trial because of those errors.

Anger at acquittal of Chicago policeman in shooting of woman

That the officer shot Rekia Boyd, 22, was never in dispute. But the judge Boyd's brother, Martinez Sutton, erupted in anger inside the courtroom after hearing the verdict, shouting, "This (expletive) killed my sister."said he was bound to find detective Dante Servin not guilty of involuntary manslaughter — because manslaughter requires evidence of "recklessness," while the judge described the act of shooting as "intentional."

"It is intentional and the crime, if any there be, is first-degree murder," Judge Dennis Porter said in his seven-page ruling.Boyd was walking to a store with three friends in March 2012 when Servin, upset over noise, asked them to quiet down. Servin says he fired because he believed another person in the group was moving toward him with a gun, though police found only a cellphone.

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