Whites are at it again - nothing but problems


Danbones
#61
drinking is hard work

great job for weekends though

oh, I get it
its the liquor industry that hates these "others"
 
Curious Cdn
#62
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

drinking is hard work

great job for weekends though

There's a surprise.
 
tay
#63
The white supremacist charged with using a menacing sword to kill Timothy Caughman in Manhattan deserves to be put to death, the victim’s cousin said Friday.

Murder suspect James Jackson, who traveled from Baltimore on a mission to massacre black men in Times Square, is worthy of execution, Caughman's relative Seth Peek told the Daily News.

“We don’t have the death penalty in New York,” Peek said. “But if we did, yeah — he should (die). His punishment should be death or life without parole. He killed one person but it has an impact on the neighborhood and on our family. ... A lot of people knew Timothy and he was well-respected.”


Timothy Caughman's cousin says his racist killer deserves death - NY Daily News (external - login to view)


Trump’s Twitter silence on Timothy Caughman’s murder by white supremacist speaks volumes

The murder of Timothy Caughman was an act of terror. The killer sought to strike terror into the heart of every black man in this country—and everyone who loves them. This act had precisely the same purpose as the London attacks, yet only one merited a presidential tweet—and we know Trump isn’t exactly shy about firing up his Twitter account. The London terrorist was Muslim, and his victim was white. The New York terrorist was white, and his victim was black. As far as I can tell, those are the main differences between the two terrorist murders. Yet only one merited the attention of the president.

Trump silence on racist murder in NYC speaks volumes - NY Daily News (external - login to view)
 
tay
#64
A Columbus pastor who claimed his family was robbed of about $11,000 in cash and valuables while he was preaching at church has been arrested on felony charges of insurance fraud and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Justin K. White, 38, 3255 Sunrise Drive, senior minister at First Christian Church since May 2011, is accused of arranging with a juvenile to stage the Dec. 18 burglary at his Skyview Estates home on the city’s northeast side in order to file an insurance claim for the lost items, court documents in the case state.

White is accused of having the burglary staged to obtain money from his insurance company to pay a drug debt, court documents state. The charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor relates to White being accused of seeking to have a juvenile commit an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult, dealing in a narcotic drug.

The news story of the burglary at the White home resulted in national news coverage, with White reporting the family received an outpouring of kindness from local residents and the church congregation in the aftermath.

Two Columbus police officers, friends of the White family who did not want to be identified, replaced the family’s stolen living room television the same day of the burglary with a new one they purchased as a gift. Among the items White reported stolen were coins in his daughter’s piggy bank, jewelry with sentimental value, Xbox consoles and games and computers.

“We already have prayed as a family for the people who did this,” White told a Republic reporter Dec. 19, one day after the burglary. “Really, they are the ones who are truly struggling.”

However, as Columbus Police detectives looked into the burglary allegation, they determined there were no signs of forced entry at the home. The front door and two other doors on the ground floor were unlocked and undamaged, they said. And the thief or thieves had left untouched wrapped gifts under the family’s Christmas tree.

Officers later learned after obtaining a search warrant that White made a claim for the burglary loss the same day he reported it through the Cincinnati Insurance Co, seeking $11,460.75 in compensation, court documents state.

In an unrelated investigation, Columbus detectives obtained a search warrant for the home of the parents of the juvenile who was involved, who is only identified by initials in the court documents. The juvenile told officers that he had an addiction problem and had just gotten out of rehabilitation, court documents state. After repeatedly denying that he had burglarized White’s house, he told officers, “Justin has a very bad drug problem, too, and he’s been asking me to get him things for him since I was 15 years old on house arrest,” court documents state.

The juvenile said the “things” were drugs, specifically pain pills and heroin, court documents state.

Pastor accused of staging home burglary (external - login to view)


 
personal touch
#65
Golden BC is a great place to hideout,lots of great hiding spots there
 
tay
#66
After spending several years in the limelight in front of television cameras, former "Sons of Guns" reality TV personality Will Hayden will be sentenced to spend the rest of his life behind bars after a jury unanimously convicted him Friday of raping two preteen girls more than two decades apart in East Baton Rouge Parish.

Moore said he also hopes the case sends a message to state lawmakers that life sentences are appropriate in some cases.

Hayden's 15-year-old accuser testified Wednesday and Thursday that Hayden raped her repeatedly in 2013 and 2014 when she was 11 and 12 years old.

Cardia-Porter, in her closing arguments, called Hayden a "master manipulator" who raped two young girls and then lied to a jury in a "pretty well rehearsed" performance.

"Don't let him manipulate you like he manipulated them all those years," she implored the jury.

Referring to "Sons of Guns," which the Discovery Channel canceled in 2014 amid Hayden's legal troubles, Cardia-Porter added, "That show is acting, and he acted on that (witness) stand like he acted on that show."

Hayden's attorney, Bo Rougeou, told the panel in his closing argument that Hayden was unshakeable on the witness stand because he was telling the truth.

"I feel like I must have overlooked something," Rougeou said. "The jury saw something I didn't."

Hayden's former personal assistant at Red Jacket Firearms, Rebecca Ramsey, testified earlier in the week that she walked in on her then-boss on Aug. 4, 2014, when Hayden was kissing the girl in the living room of his Greenwell Springs Road home. The next day, Ramsey filed a report with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, triggering an investigation that led to Hayden's multiple arrests.

"She had a conscience," Cardia-Porter said of Ramsey.

Just as Moore said to reporters, Cardia-Porter told the jury that the girl and woman are survivors -- not victims.

Hayden also faces sex crimes charges in Livingston Parish, including an aggravated rape count involving the 15-year-old girl and a sex crime charge involving his oldest daughter and former "Sons of Guns" co-star Stephanie Hayden. She appeared on the "Dr. Phil" show in 2014 and said her father entered her bedroom one night about two decades ago while intoxicated and pinched and kissed her while trying to disrobe her. She said she escaped and he did not touch her inappropriately again.

Will Hayden, former 'Sons of Guns' star, found guilty in sexual assaults of 2 girls | Courts | theadvocate.com (external - login to view)
 
tay
#67
The man accused of killing a Pennsylvania state trooper was convicted of all counts by a jury on Wednesday and now faces the death penalty — more than two years after he led law enforcement on a nearly 50-day manhunt.

Eric Frein was convicted on a total of 12 charges, including first-degree murder, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. His trial now enters the penalty phase, where jurors will have to decide between a death sentence or life in prison.

Frein, 33, who authorities say was an anti-government survivalist, was on trial for the killing of state Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding trooper Alex Douglass in Sept. 2014 during a sniper attack on a police station during a shift change.

Eric Frein Guilty on All Charges for Killing of Pennsylvania State Trooper - NBC News (external - login to view)


 
Tecumsehsbones
#68
I don't imagine any of the leaders of his community will condemn this horrible act.
 
spaminator
#69
Mom to killers: ‘You are proof that evil exists’
 
Curious Cdn
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by tayView Post

The man accused of killing a Pennsylvania state trooper was convicted of all counts by a jury on Wednesday and now faces the death penalty — more than two years after he led law enforcement on a nearly 50-day manhunt.

Eric Frein was convicted on a total of 12 charges, including first-degree murder, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. His trial now enters the penalty phase, where jurors will have to decide between a death sentence or life in prison.

Frein, 33, who authorities say was an anti-government survivalist, was on trial for the killing of state Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding trooper Alex Douglass in Sept. 2014 during a sniper attack on a police station during a shift change.

Eric Frein Guilty on All Charges for Killing of Pennsylvania State Trooper - NBC News (external - login to view)


Where do these whackos breed?

oh, yeah ...
 

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