Saturday, February 6, 2016

One Illegal Beaner Killed another one shot & wounded in Bolingbrook IL shooting following a Summit IL funeral

This never happened in Bolingbrook when Sgt Drew Peterson was pounding the beat!

A man was killed and another man was critically hurt Saturday evening after a shooting during a post-funeral gathering inside a home in southwest suburban Bolingbrook, authorities said.

The two men were among several people who gathered inside a home in the 100 block of Cypress Drive after attending a funeral in Summit earlier in the day, according to a news release from Bolingbrook Police Department.

About 7:12 p.m., a fight erupted inside the home that resulted in someone shooting a gun, the release said.

One man was pronounced dead inside the home from an apparent gunshot wound. His age was not immediately available, and his name was being withheld pending notification of his family, according to police.

Another man who was shot was taken to a local hospital, where he was listed in critical condition, police said.

No one was in custody as of late Saturday evening, and no other details about the shooting were immediately available, police said.

Bolingbrook police are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact detectives at 630-226-8620 or Bolingbrook police’s Crimes Stoppers at 630-378-4772.

Chicago Police Officer Robert Rialmo sues the estate of Quintonio LeGrier, a feral Negro he had to shoot & kill

CHICAGO (AP) — A white Chicago police officer who fatally shot a black 19-year-old college student and accidentally killed a neighbor has filed a lawsuit against the teenager’s estate, arguing the shooting left him traumatized.
he unusual lawsuit was filed Friday amid city leaders’ efforts to win back the public’s trust after several cases of alleged police misconduct.
Robert Rialmo’s lawsuit provides the officer’s first public account of how he says the Dec. 26 shooting happened. It says Rialmo opened fire after Quintonio LeGrier swung a bat at his head at close range.
LeGrier’s father, Antonio LeGrier, filed a wrongful death lawsuit saying his son wasn’t a threat.
His attorney, Basileios Foutris, was incredulous at what he called the officer’s “temerity” in suing the grieving family of the person he shot.

Slanty Eyed Illegal Chink - Dr. Hsiu Ying “Lisa” Tseng How bad do you have to suck at being a doctor that the Americans toss your ass in prison for 30-to-life?

Those Foreign Immigrant Doctors Sure Are Something!


Dr. Hsiu Ying “Lisa” Tseng
How bad do you have to suck at being a doctor that the Americans toss your ass inprison for 30-to-life?
This highlights a HUGE difference in culture and training that differentiates westernmedical doctors from those in the third world. You know, the third world where you can buy and cheat your way to an M.D. because that’s just the way it’s done there and they will typically do almost anything for money. Slightly different than the standards we are used to here in North America.
Federal authorities in recent years have cracked down on so-called “pill mills” from New York to New Orleans. In 2014, federal prosecutors in New York indicted two dozen defendants — doctors among them — for flooding city streets with more than 5 million tablets of the heroin-like painkiller oxycodone.

Two Quick Hits

Syrian Muslim troublemaker refugees

Austria: Iraqi “Refugee” Tells Cops He Raped 10 yr Old Boy Because He Had A “Sexual Emergency”

A 10-year-old boy was so brutally raped by an Iraqi migrant in a swimming pool cubicle that he had to be hospitalised for his injuries.
A lifeguard immediately called an ambulance after the boy went to him in floods of tears, while the Iraqi was entertaining himself by repeatedly jumping off the three-metre diving board.
Police arrested him on the spot at the pool in Vienna, and during an interrogation, he told police that it was a ‘sexual emergency’ as he had not had sex in four months.


Khalil Abu-Rayyan Muslim Terrorist

Dearbornistan Muslim planned to attack Detroit church


Federal authorities are accusing a Dearborn Heights man of supporting Islamic State extremists and planning to “shoot up” a Detroit church.
Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 21, hasn’t been charged with terrorism-related crimes but faces federal charges of illegally having a firearm while using a controlled substance.
But a complaint unsealed Thursday in U.S. District Court reveals the FBI has been investigating him since May “regarding increasingly violent threats he has made to others about committing acts of terror and martyrdom — including brutal acts against police officers, churchgoers and others — on behalf of the foreign terrorist organization Islamic State of Iraq and Levant.”
CAIR’s national chapter noted that in his visit to a Baltimore-area mosque this week, President Barack Obama rejected “inexcusable political rhetoric”targeting Muslims.

WHEN A LAST NAME FITS THE CRIME - Cornell Psi Upsilon fraternity president Wolfgang Ballinger accused of raping co-ed in frat house bedroom

A Cornell University fraternity president raped a female student in a bedroom at the Psi Upsilon frat house, police said Friday.

Wolfgang Ballinger, 21, surrendered Thursday after investigators probing an early Sunday sexual assault at the Ithaca, N.Y. Ivy League university contacted his attorney, according to the school’s police department.

The victim identified Ballinger as the man who had led her to a bedroom and sexually assaulted her around 2 a.m., police said. An alert issued by police described the perpetrator as 5-foot-9 or 5-foot-10 with a medium skin tone and wavy dark brown or black hair that is almost collar length. University officials suspended the Psi Upsilon chapter from all operations and activities the following day.

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Oregon police officer shot dead while serving search warrant - Seaside, Oregon Police Officer Jason Gooding, 39, fatally shot in the line of duty outside a restaurant called Pig N’ Pancake

A policeman in Seaside, Oregon, was shot dead Friday night while serving a search warrant.

Jason Gooding, 39, was downtown in the coastal city of 6,500 when he approached a suspect who opened fired outside a restaurant called Pig N’ Pancake, the Daily Astorian reported.

Eyewitnesses told the newspaper that the 13-year department veteran had used his Taser but was then shot three times.

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City Council votes to give themselves 32% pay boost, bringing salaries to $148,500 a day after two NYPD cops were shot and only given a 1% pay increase

Less than 24 hours after two police officers who'd gotten 1% raises from the city were shot in a Bronx housing project, the City Council voted overwhelmingly Friday to grant themselves a 32% pay hike.

The move will raise their salaries from a robust $112,500 a year base to a whopping $148,500.

Forty members voted for the raises, and just seven — including the three sole Republicans in the Council — voted against the huge hikes.

City Council Minority Leader Steven Matteo, in a statement, said the Republicans didn't support it because it went above the recommendations of the pay raise commission Mayor de Blasio convened. That commission called for raises that would bring their salaries $138,315.

“We felt the salary recommendations made by the Quadrennial Commission were the starting point of a public conversation about our jobs and our compensation," he said.

"However, once it became clear that the proposed legislation by the Council would go beyond those recommendations, it precluded any potential support from our delegation."

City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, who supports the higher pay raises, said the extra money was warranted because the Council as part of the deal is agreeing to give up outside income, as well as extra salary they received for chairing committees.

That extra salary — known as a lulu — was an average of $8,000 more per member, but some went as high as $25,000.

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Tampa police: 1 dead, 7 shot & wounded in shooting at sleazy black strip club - Club Rayne

TAMPA, Fla.  - Tampa police say a shooting at a strip club has left one person dead and seven others injured.
Lt. Ruth Cate said early Saturday that one person among those shot at Club Rayne was confirmed as being dead at the scene. She said in addition to the six injured police initially knew about, another person drove to a hospital separately.
Police said the 911 call about gunshots came about 2 a.m. Cate said detectives on the scene were investigating what spurred the gunfire. Authorities said all the victims were believed to have suffered gunshot wounds, but the nature and extent of their injuries weren't available.
Reached by phone at the club, owner Roberto Mederos declined to comment. Cate said she couldn't say when the club might reopen.

Speed Trap: Civilian Stops Cop Going Too Fast

UPDATE: 

SERGEANT SPITE: Miami woman who pulled over officer for speeding posted viral video, is targeted by cop, other harassers

Claudia Castillo released a YouTube video showing her stopping Officer Daniel Fonticiella on the side of a Florida highway one week ago.

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Speed Trap: Civilian Stops Cop Going Too Fast


MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Police officers are usually the ones pulling over speeding drivers but the tables turned in Miami after a woman stopped an officer for speeding, recording it all on video.
“I’ve been following an officer since Miller,” narrated Claudia Castillo as her cell phone recorded moving traffic from her car’s dashboard.
Castillo followed the Miami-Dade Police officer Friday afternoon. She told CBS4 he blew past her going east on Miller Drive, which has a 40 mile-an-hour speed limit.
She followed him on the 826 northbound, then the 836 eastbound. Castillo eventually caught up to the MDPD officer as they approached I-95 in downtown Miami. That’s where she finally got the officer’s attention and they pulled over on the exit ramp to N.W. 8th Street.
Suddenly the familiar, stern questions were being asked at the car window. Only, the officer wasn’t the one asking them.

“The reason why I pulled you over today… I just wanted to know, what’s the emergency,” asked Castillo.
“I don’t know how fast I was going. But I can tell you this, I’m on my way to work right now. I don’t believe I was speeding,” the officer replied as he stood at Castillo’s passenger-side window. ”

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Nigress Self Proclaimed Princess - Noela Rukundo - crashes her own funeral, surprising husband who paid to have her killed

A Nigress has to be seen abd heard even if she is told she is dead!
She was late due to having to have her hair & nails done for her own funeral.
Noela Rukundo sat in a car outside her home, watching as the last few mourners filed out. They were leaving a funeral — her funeral.

Finally, she spotted the man she'd been waiting for. She stepped out of her car, and her husband put his hands on his head in horror.

"Is it my eyes?" she recalled him saying. "Is it a ghost?"

"Surprise! I'm still alive!" she replied.

Far from being elated, the man looked terrified. Five days ago, he had ordered a team of hit men to kill Rukundo, his partner of 10 years. And they did — well, they told him they did. They even got him to pay an extra few thousand dollars for carrying out the crime.

Now here was his wife, standing before him. In an interview with the BBC Thursday, Rukundo recalled how he touched her shoulder to find it unnervingly solid. He jumped. Then he started screaming.

"I'm sorry for everything," he wailed.

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Illegal Beaner Gilberto Hernandez-Ordunez freed pending federal drug trial flees back home

Federal prosectors argued at a hearing in November that Gilberto Hernandez-Ordunez should be locked up before trial, noting he faced decades in prison on a cocaine charge and was likely to flee to Mexico because he was in the U.S. illegally.
Federal law presumes someone like Hernandez-Ordunez, who was found with 15 kilograms of cocaine brought to Milwaukee sealed in metal elevator parts, should be locked up.
U.S. Magistrate Judge William Duffin saw the case differently. He released the 34-year-old on a signature bond with no electronic monitoring, noting he had no criminal history, was employed and had strong family ties to Milwaukee.
Now, U.S. marshals are hunting for Hernandez-Ordunez after he failed to show for court last week and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Duffin did not return a call for comment Friday. Michael Klug, the head of federal probation services in Milwaukee, which assesses flight risk and recommended Hernandez-Ordunez be released, also did not return a call for comment.
Edward Hunt, Hernandez-Ordunez's attorney, said Friday he had no comment on the case. Assistant U.S. Attorney Bridget Domaszek did not return a call for comment.
Hernandez-Ordunez and Alfredo Romo, 47, who also has been in the U.S. illegally, were indicted in December on a charge of possession with intent to deliver five kilograms or more of cocaine.
After the pair were indicted, Hernandez-Ordunez made his first appearance in court with nearly 20 family members there in support.
The pair were due in court Jan. 29. Hernandez-Ordunez was a no-show. Romo, still in custody, was brought to court and indicated he was going to enter a guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman, according to court records.
Hernandez-Ordunez was arrested two years ago by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He was released but is required to report regularly to ICE, a spokeswoman said in December. The spokeswoman said Friday there was no new information.
The federal criminal complaint says Hernandez-Ordunez and Romo were involved in a drug-dealing operation that was bringing dozens of kilograms of cocaine into Milwaukee, hidden inside elevator shaft parts and delivered by semitrailer trucks to a warehouse on the city's northwest side.
Each load was 20 to 60 kilograms — or 44 to 130 pounds — of cocaine, sealed in the elevator parts coming from California. It took a metal-cutting torch to get the drugs out. The cocaine was stashed at businesses on the south side and sold.
Agents arrested Hernandez-Ordunez and Romo after they found 15 kilograms of cocaine in the trunk of their car.
At the pair's first hearing on Nov. 20, Duffin ordered both of them detained, saying it was because they were illegal immigrants.
But he came to a different conclusion on Hernandez-Ordunez four days later, when a full bond study was done.
The Nov. 24 detention hearing focused on Hernandez-Ordunez's status. Romo, who had a warrant for his arrest from an old case, agreed to remain behind bars.
Domaszek argued Hernandez-Ordunez should be locked up because the case against him was strong and the risk of flight was high because of the prison time he faced and his ties to Mexico.
Hunt countered that his client had an incentive to stay to clear his name.
"I respectfully disagree with the comment that he is a serious flight risk," Hunt said in court. "He has every reason to fight these charges."
Duffin agreed the government had a good case. And while it was a "close call," he said he was releasing Hernandez-Ordunez because of his work history as a painter, a clean criminal record and family ties.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Gilberto Hernandez-Ordunez is asked to call the U.S. Marshals Service at 414-297-3707. Tips can be left anonymously.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Illegal Beaner heroin abuser Sebastiano Ceraulo died in DuPage County jail on Jan. 7, 2016, of what a suit filed by his family said was dehydration and electrolyte depletion caused by withdrawal from heroin

The family of a drug addicted bustout who died last month in the DuPage County Jail filed a federal lawsuit this week, alleging that jail staff failed to provide appropriate medical care.

The suit was filed Monday in federal court in Chicago by the father of Sebastiano Ceraulo, who died in the jail Jan. 7 of what the suit said was dehydration and electrolyte depletion caused by withdrawal from heroin.

The suit alleges that jail staff failed to provide adequate medical attention to Ceraulo and acted in disregard to his medical needs. The suit was filed against "unknown" DuPage County sheriff's deputies and staff.

The county sheriff's office, which operates the jail, had no comment on the suit because it is pending. The DuPage County state's attorney's office also declined to comment. The state's attorney represents the sheriff's office in civil disputes.

Ceraulo, who was 21, was taken into custody Jan. 4 for violation of parole, according to the suit and court records. Soon after he began demonstrating "clear and obvious signs of withdrawal from heroin," the suit said. The jail failed to care for his worsening condition, which resulted in his death, the suit said.

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Top anchorman Ron Magers (71) and Weatherman Jerry Taft (72) retiring from ABC 7, insiders say

Ron Magers, anchorman of Chicago’s top-rated newscasts at 5 and 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most respected newsmen for more than three decades, is planning to retire this year, sources said.

Insiders at ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7 said Magers, 71, could step down as soon as this summer, if all goes as planned. The move is believed to be entirely voluntary by Magers, who’s widely regarded as the best in the business and still at the top of his game.

Reached late Thursday, Magers declined to discuss his plans. “Rob, I’ve known you a long time, and you know I don’t talk about my contract,” he said.

A mainstay of Chicago TV news since 1981, Magers spent the first 16 years at NBC-owned WMAQ-Channel 5 before he joined ABC 7 in 1998.

His departure from NBC 5 in May 1997 made national headlines when he and anchor partner Carol Marin quit their jobs to protest the hiring of talk show host Jerry Springer as a commentator on the station’s 10 p.m. newscast. With three years left on a multimillion-dollar contract, Magers walked away on principle, demonstrating a level of integrity seldom seen in the news business.

For the past 18 years at ABC 7 he has maintained the station’s No. 1 ratings despite intense competition lately from NBC 5, particularly for viewers in the prized 25-to-54 demographic.

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New Chicago Police Lt's Announced

Subject: New Lieutenants


Alderden Jacob M​166
Barz Michael J 121
Bielfeldt Christopher M 142 141
Bulnes Migdalia 610
Cato III Ernest 010 142
Collazo Elizabeth 025 213
Fenner Nakia M 121
Ferraro Joseph 010
Green Victor L 121
Gunnell Christopher P 124
Hall Maryet N​188
Hasan Andre A ​ 608
Hawkins Thomas L 022
Kimble Ronald N 312
Labbe James C 007
McCrudden Brendan J 630
Mills Thomas​610 606
Mishler Elizabeth C ​ 003
Moravec Richard E 008
Neckermann Michael S 019 211
O'Donnell Patrick N 125
Oseguera Albert J 630
Papaioannou Chris 124
Price Matthew D 608
Ramirez Misael 145
Rubino Michelle A 017
Rubio Robert A 025
Sedevic Mark T 124 111
Shemash Gabriella N 606
Stevens Jill M 140
Tirado Jose M 606
Ulleweit Fredrick C 009
Ursitti Antoinette M 025 102
Ward Davina F 121
White Glenn 121 136
Zodo
Nicola E 313

Obama's America - City of Chicago to pay $3.1 million to 47 immigrants denied Chicago Police jobs

I thought Chicago was the Sanctuary City of the World!

Chicago taxpayers will spend $3.1 million to compensate 47 immigrants seeking to become police officers who were denied that chance because of a discriminatory rule that required applicants to have lived in the United States for the previous 10 years.

On Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice, now conducting a civil rights investigation of the Chicago Police Department, filed a lawsuit against the city that stems from unrelated hiring abuses that occurred as long as a decade ago.

In addition to the controversial requirement that all city employees live in Chicago, the Police Department had a “continuous residence requirement.” It mandated that all police hopefuls have lived in the U.S. for at least 10 years before becoming Chicago Police officers.

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Ronnie Dahl hits the streets to find out who is begging in the suburbs as panhandling increases


Panhandlers standing on the corners has become an increasing issue. Men, women, old and young, all begging for your money. 
The problem has moved from the city to the suburbs, but why? And, should you give?
It seems to have happened in recent months. Panhandlers, everywhere, including American's first highway, Woodward Avenue. 
They hold signs and pull at your heart strings. Some claim to be homeless, to have cancer, or be a veteran who is hungry. But, are we being conned?
We spotted a young guy at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Maple on a recent Friday afternoon panhandling. Moments later, we watched as he folded up his sign and walked to a nearby parking lot where he got into a dark colored SUV. 
We spotted the same SUV on different occasions at a house in a nice neighborhood in West Bloomfield. When confronted, the young guy first closed the door without answering if he considered what he was doing fraud. 
Moments later, after being exposed, he came out, profanities flying - upset he was going to be on TV.
To some, panhandling has become a job. 
"Honest Abe" and his crew work the corner at 8 Mile and Woodward daily. He even accepts credit cards, but says he is truly homeless and panhandling frauds are becoming more frequent. 
The problem is growing. Corners that were once off limits are now prime real estate and a recent court ruling involving the Michigan Chapter of the ACLU allows it to happen.
"Court said conduct of asking for money in public is a form of free speech, it must be protected by the First Amendment." Attorney Ryan Berman told 7 Action News.
We discovered many panhandlers work in teams, sharing signs and corners. Some use your money to buy food, others trade the cash for drugs, booze or cigarettes. 
Elizabeth Kelly with Hope Shelter in Pontiac says if you want to really help, there are other ways to give. 
"If you really want your donation to do the most good, the very best thing is to give it to an agency that is going to move them forward."
For more information on Hope Shelter and how you can help: http://www.hopewarmingpontiac.org 

ISLAMIC / MUSLIM Barbie Gets Makeover with New Muslim “Hijarbie Barbie” - Comes with a box of stones to stone her to death if she ever looks at Ken & her clitoris has been circumcised so she cannot enjoy sex

The new “Hijarbie Barbie” complete with a black hijab was designed recently by a Nigerian Muslim.

The new Hijarbie comes with several outfits that all cover her head.
Express.co reported, via Religion of Peace:

BARBIE has been given her most surprising makeover yet – and we don’t just mean a curvier body or different skin tone.

Following the creation of the new curvier Barbie, we give you ‘Hijarbie’.

Complete with a tiny hijab on her plastic head, the miniature fashionista could not be further away from the blonde doll that has brandished the bedrooms of millions of youngsters for almost 60 years.

The ‘Hijarbie’ was created by 24-year-old Haneefah Adam, from Nigeria, who wanted to create a doll that dressed the way she did.

Her creation came just days after Mattel introduced a more realistic range of Barbie dolls in the biggest shake-up in the 57 year history of the model.

The new line includes four body types – the original rail-thin Barbie, a taller Barbie, one with more curves and a petite version.

In addition there are seven skin tones, 22 eye colours and a number of hair styles.

Okay, Oklahoma - No-Nonsense Signs Just Posted at These Oklahoma Schools Warn That Attempts to Harm Students May Come at a Price


The newly posted signs in front of public schools in Okay, Oklahoma, aim to scare off all those who assume walking on campus and doing harm to students will be an easy task.

The signs read: ”Please be aware that certain staff members at Okay Public Schools can be legally armed and may use whatever force is necessary to protect our students.”

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Feral Negro with an unwashed stanky crotch - Jalen Harris, 22 - is charged with criminal sexual conduct in connection with incidents at River City Scholars Charter Academy

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.

Harris, of Grand Rapids, was arraigned Friday on charges in two separate cases in Grand Rapids District Court.

In one case, he is charged with child enticement kidnapping, second-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a child under 13, and accosting a child for immoral purposes.

In the second case, Harris is charged with child enticement kidnapping, accosting a child for immoral purposes, and attempted second-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a child under 13.

Jennifer Hoff, communications director for National Heritage Academies, the management company for the K-8 charter school, said parents were notified of the incident Tuesday morning and were later informed of Harris' arrest that afternoon.

Parents were told Harris is not affiliated with the school at 944 Evergreen St. SE. Dixon said Harris was there Tuesday to help pick someone up.

Classes continued Tuesday with additional security.

School officials are conducting an internal review.

"As our school continues to support the police in the investigation, the school continues to conduct an internal review with our safety team to understand how this happened. The safety and security of our students is a priority and we do not take the responsibility to protect and education them lightly," Holly Hillary, interim principal, said in a letter to parents.

Hoff declined to speak further about the matter due to privacy issues.

Harris is charged as a third-time habitual offender. His criminal history includes convictions of assault with a dangerous weapon and carrying a concealed weapon, records state.

Harris is held on $500,000 bond and awaits a court date later this month.

You Are Here In Chicago, it’s Not the Cops doing the Killing - IT'S THE NEGROES - Already 290 shootings and over 50 dead in 2016. There's only been one police shooting

According to the USA Today, the police department has stated that gang conflicts and retaliatory violence drove the "unacceptable" increase in homicides. But the USA Todayalso points out that the police are no longer doing aggressive policing, such as “stop and frisk”:
“The department says it has seen a decrease in investigative stops by cops on the streets after new rules went into effect Jan. 1 requiring the police department to bolster the monitoring of stops and protective pat downs known as ‘stop-and-frisk.’”
Whether you approve or hate those policies, it’s interesting that there could be a correlation between a massive uptick in shootings and killings while the police slow down on “proactive” policing and simply respond to calls. As we pointed out in an earlier piece on the topic, the new motto of the Chicago Police is “Stay Fetal”. If this is what happens when the police "stay fetal", the public may quickly change its opinion on what police activity should look like.

Slanty Eyed Bastards Buy the Chicago Stock Exchange as Chicago Crumbles - Chicago Stock Exchange Says It's Being Sold to Chinese-Led Group

The Chicago Stock Exchange said a Chinese investor group agreed to acquire it, giving the buyer entry into the intensely competitive U.S. equity market.

Chongqing Casin Enterprise Group has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the company, according to a statement Friday, which didn’t give financial terms. The exchange said the deal is expected to close in the second half of the year, though that will require regulatory approval.

“We’re a good fit. Our strategy is something they like and is consistent with theirs,” Chicago Stock Exchange Chief Executive Officer John Kerin said in a phone interview. “We provide technology and we’re a standalone, full-service exchange that they can grow in a manner that suits their needs.”

VIDEO; Colored Boy gets tuned up by SECURITY GUARD

Negro Robber receives "special" treatment after trying to steal from shop
Robber is caught shoplifting a store.His mother is called and pays the product. Not satisfied he mocks security guy about laws that protect him for being under 18 and then receives a "cuddle".


6 Dead in Gage Park: Slayings Ruled Homicides as Family Mourns - So SIX ARE MURDERED and NO MURDERER IN CUSTODY but interim Chicago Police Supt. John Escalante tells the public...THE NEIGHBORHOOD IS SAFE and there is NO THREAT other than a mass murderer walking around loose!

 The Victims — Left photo: Noe Martinez Sr. (photo circa 1990); Top Photo: (left to right) Leonardo Martinez, Noe Martinez Jr., Rosaura (Rosa) Hernandez-Martinez, Alexis Martinez; Bottom Photo: (left to right) Leonardo Martinez, mother Maria Herminia Martinez, and Alexis Martinez.

CHICAGO — The family of the victims of Chicago's most deadly violent incident since 2003 are picking up the pieces in Texas and Chicago Friday after all six members of a Gage Park family were found dead at a "gruesome" crime scene in their home.

Autopsies on Friday afternoon revealed how the six members of the Martinez family were killed, though the Cook County Medical Examiner's office did not release the names and ages of the victims, pending "official" identification.

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Illegal Beaner Massacre!!! Five adults, 1 child found sliced, diced and slain in Chicago Gage Park home - 5700 Block of South California  

 DEAD IDENTIFIED: Rosa Hernandez and Noe Martinez, in their 60s; their son Noe Martinez Jr., in his 40s; Herminia Martinez, in her 30s; and her two sons, Alexis Martinez and Leonardo Martinez
All five bodies will be shipped back to Mexico via the Donald Trump Illegal Beaner Deportation Cannon

Five adults and a child were found dead inside a Gage Park home Thursday afternoon, all of them apparently stabbed, police said.

Officers discovered the bodies around 1:05 p.m. after being called to a brick bungalow in the 5700 block of South California Avenue for a well-being check, said Officer Nicole Trainor, a Chicago police spokeswoman.

A relative identified the dead as a family who lived in the home. Police said the victims were four men, one woman and a child 11 or 12 years old. A co-worker of the woman called police after he did not see her for several days, a source said.

“We are in shock,” the relative said.

Interim Police Superintendent John Escalante, at a news conference near the home, said the co-worker called police and said she had not shown up for work Wednesday or Thursday.  From outside, officers saw "what they believed to be a body" inside on the floor, he said. They entered and discovered six bodies in different locations in the home.

Escalante said there were "signs of trauma to the bodies.”

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UPDATE: CHICAGO, IL - Six members of a family were found stabbed to death with their hands bound behind their backs inside a home on Chicago’s South Side Thursday afternoon.

The victims - four men, one woman and a child - were found in the 5700 block of South California Avenue shortly after 1 p.m., when police were called to the home to perform a well-being check prompted by a 911 call.

DEAD IDENTIFIED: Rosa Hernandez and Noe Martinez, in their 60s; their son Noe Martinez Jr., in his 40s; Herminia Martinez, in her 30s; and her two sons, Alexis Martinez and Leonardo Martinez.

CHICAGO - Beverly Parishioners Want Father Michael "Wigger" Pfleger 'Dis-invited' from Anti-Violence Panel


“BTW Racism and Hate is another form of Violence,” priest says in response to parishioners’ threats to pull kids from St. Barnabas School.

Some Beverly parishioners are protesting an invitation to controversial priest Rev. Michael Pfleger to be part of a panel addressing violence in Chicago slated for later this month.
The fiery priest posted on Facebook that he was invited participate in a panel discussion on Feb. 27 at St. Barnabas Church, 10124 S. Longwood Drive, but now some parishioners want to “disinvite” him.

Two Black Welfare Breeding Wildebeest Parents - Craig Williams & Nicole Williams - Charged After Son Is Wrapped In Plastic, Zip Tied, Over 7-Months

BALTIMORE - 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.
Both Craig and Nicole Williams are facing first degree child abuse charges. They are set to appear in Montgomery County Circuit Court on February 12.

SHOCK REPORT=> 90% Of Shootings UNSOLVED In Chicago!

CHICAGO ILLINOIS
9 out 10 SHOOTERS are NEVER ARRESTED
4 out of 5 MURDERERS are NEVER ARRESTED
 Getting away with murder in Chicago:
Chicago Police Solved Just 26 Percent of the City’s 472 Homicides in 2015
But wait. It gets worse.

If you just shoot and wound someone, but don’t kill them, you have a 90% chance of getting away without even being charged!

Detectives had even less success solving the 2,021 nonfatal shootings in Chicago last year. Only 9.5 percent of those shootings were “cleared” by detectives.

Maybe it’s time to try another approach.

One thing that would improve the situation…put an end to #DontSnitch culture. The cops can’t catch the bad guys all by themselves. If the community chooses to live by a credo that prevents them from cooperating with authorities then they should expect more of the same.

In the meantime, try to look at the glass as 9.5% full instead of 90.5% empty?

Blake Fitzgerald & Brittany Harper - Fugitive 'Bonnie and Clyde' couple: He's dead, she's wounded after police chase, gunfire in Florida

A Missouri couple sought for crimes in four states was shot in a hail of gunfire in the Florida Panhandle early today. Blake Fitzgerald was killed; Brittany Harper was wounded, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
The shooting followed a massive manhunt that started in Escambia County and ended in Santa Rosa County. There was a car chase, then a foot chase, and another car chase. A barrage of gunfire erupted near the intersection of Garcon Point Road and Hammock Trace in Milton just before 1:30 a.m.
U.S. Marshals say Fitzgerald was pronounced dead on the scene. Harper was reportedly wounded in her legs and was taken to a local hospital.
Vestavia Hills police Lt. Kevin York said he received the information from the USMS, and is still waiting to get more details. "It's unfortunate it ended this way, but that was their decision instead of surrendering," York said.

Fellsmere, Florida: Illegal Beanette Yessenia Zamarippa beats her lazy drunk lawn cutting boyfriend with a belt after he refused to get out of bed and go to work

A Florida woman was arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly whipping her boyfriend with a belt after he refused to get up out of bed to get ready for his day at work.

Officers from the Fellsmere Police Department arrived on the scene at approximately 7:45 a.m. after Yessenia Zamarippa’s boyfriend called them to report that he had been beaten with a belt across his back because his girlfriend was displeased with his reluctance to get out of bed, according to KTRK-TV. When they arrived to investigate, police discovered a large welt on the man’s back that corresponded with his account of a whipping.

Zamarippa subsequently was arrested and taken to Indian River County Jail without incident and is facing charges for battery and domestic violence, according to WCMH-TV. She is set to return to court March 1.

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Injured musher Beckie Hacker finishes Beargrease to cheers, support from Billy's Bar

No better way to start your day than with a good musher story!

PHOTO: "I can't believe I finished," said injured musher Beckie Hacker (left) as she gets a big hug from veteran Beargrease musher Jamie Nelson at the finish line of the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon Wednesday night. Hacker injured her shoulder but still made the finish in time to qualify for the Iditarod. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com

A cheer came from the crowd outside at Billy's Bar at the announcement that musher Beckie Hacker was less than a mile away from the finish line.

The light of Hacker's headlamp flickered through the trees as she approached on her dog sled, "Beckie! Beckie! Beckie!" the crowd chanted as her lead dogs came around the bend toward the orange line painted in the snow.

More than 14 hours after the first musher crossed the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon finish line, Hacker was the final musher to finish the race at 8:18 p.m. Wednesday after spending a majority of the 383-mile race nursing a bad soft-tissue injury to her shoulder.

Four-time Beargrease champion Jamie Nelson was waiting at the finish line and after she greeted Hacker with a hug, Hacker told her, "I can't believe I finished." Hacker made her way down the line to congratulate her dogs while laughing, smiling and stopping to give long hugs to her friends and family as they wiped away tears.

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IDIOT OF THE WEEK - Watch: Utah man gets trapped in McDonald's drive-thru

It turned out to be anything a happy meal for one Utah man who needed to be rescued by emergency responders after getting trapped in a McDonald’s drive-thru earlier this week.

Video captured Monday from a police dash cam shows the unnamed 19-year-old man stuck between the door and frame of his vehicle than rolled up alongside the building.

Chicago Feral Negro Leon Teague, 18, charged after pouring boiling water on cat

In the Chicago Ghetto, it's hard to find some clean pussy!
A Greater Grand Crossing man was charged with animal cruelty after he allegedly poured boiling water onto a cat and posted a video of the incident to Facebook, police said.

Leon Teague, 18, was charged with one felony count of animal torture and one misdemeanor count of depicting animal cruelty, according to a statement from Chicago Police.

About 10 p.m. on Feb. 2, Teague posted a video to a Facebook that showed him pouring boiling water onto a cat, police said.

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