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  • What we know about the man accused of shooting 3 women at a Dallas hair salon

    05/18/2022 7:08:11 AM PDT · by shadowlands1960 · 20 replies
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | May 17th, 2022 | Nataly Keomoungkhoun and Krista M. Torralva
    Police said they believe Jeremy Theron Smith committed a hate crime when he shot three women of Korean descent. Jeremy Theron Smith, the man accused of shooting three Korean women in a Dallas hair salon last week, had delusions about Asian people attempting to harm him, according to an arrest-warrant affidavit. Smith faces three charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Wednesday’s shooting, according to jail records. Police are also investigating whether two other recent shootings could be linked to the attack at the salon. It is unclear whether he has an attorney. The shooter had ‘delusions’ about...
  • American Justice Is Shifting Before Our Eyes

    05/16/2022 4:58:15 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 15 replies ^ | May 16, 2022 | John Demosey
    "I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."Justice in a free country is an important concept. Around the globe, there are countries that still carry-on atrocities to this day – China being one of them with Uyghur concentration camps – and there is no punishment brought down on the ones responsible. In America, when we think about justice, we think about an individual who commits a crime and is later arrested by the authorities. Eventually, they go...
  • I Criticized BLM. Then I Was Fired.

    05/16/2022 4:57:33 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 35 replies
    Bari Weiss Common Sense ^ | 12 May, 2022 | Zac Kriegman and Bari Weiss
    The data about police shootings just didn't add up, but no one at Thomson Reuters wanted to hear it. If you are a devoted reader of Common Sense, by now you have surely noticed a trend: workplaces—in some cases, storied institutions—that turn hostile to independent thinking seemingly overnight. That’s what Paul Rossi experienced at Grace Church School. It’s what Jennifer Sey went through at Levi’s. It’s what Antonio García Martínez dealt with at Apple. And Roland Fryer at Harvard. And Gordon Klein at UCLA. And Maud Maron at Legal Aid. Now comes the story of Zac Kriegman, who, until not...
  • Stefanik echoed racist theory allegedly espoused by Buffalo suspect

    05/15/2022 6:19:10 PM PDT · by artichokegrower · 24 replies
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | May 15, 2022 | Marianna Sotomayor
    Rep. Elise Stefanik, a Republican representing New York and the No. 3 House Republican, and other GOP lawmakers came under scrutiny Sunday for previously echoing the racist "great replacement" theory that apparently inspired an 18-year-old who allegedly killed 10 people while targeting Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo.
  • 1 arrested amid large Old Town Chicago crowd [estimated at 400] gathered on North Side : CPD

    05/15/2022 4:25:35 PM PDT · by simpson96 · 12 replies
    WLS ^ | 5/12/2022 | Rob Elgas and Stephanie Wade
    CHICAGO (WLS)--Chicago police responded to a large crowd at North Avenue Beach Wednesday night after an event was anonymously promoted on social media, 43rd Ward Alderman Michele Smith said. Upwards of 400 people flooded the area around 8:30 p.m., blocking streets, climbing on CTA buses and throwing bottles. CPD officers responded about 9 p.m. to the 1600-block of North LaSalle Drive, near Clark Street and North Avenue, and monitored as the group left the area. Advertisement CPD said there were no injuries reported, but Termaine Patterson, 18, of Chicago was arrested about 11:25 p.m. in the 1700-block of North Clark...
  • Former Black Panther who killed NJ cop nearly 50 years ago paroled by state court

    05/12/2022 7:41:19 AM PDT · by Impala64ssa · 26 replies
    NY Post ^ | 5/11/22 | Craig McCarthy
    A former Black Panther who was convicted of murdering a New Jersey State trooper 49 years ago will soon be sprung on parole. New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled 3-2 to allow 85-year-old Sundiata Acoli, the Black Liberation Army activist who killed Trooper Werner Foerster in 1973, to go free. Acoli had appeared before the parole board eight times since 1993 — when he became eligible for parole on his lifetime prison sentence. “In light of Acoli’s verbal renunciation of violence as an acceptable way to achieve social change; more than two decades infraction-free in the federal prison system;...
  • Judge Layne Smith announces he’ll block DeSantis’ redistricting plan

    05/11/2022 10:45:46 AM PDT · by Republicans 2016 2020 · 45 replies
    AP News ^ | May 11, 2022 | Brendan Farrington
    A congressional map approved by Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and drawn by his staff is unconstitutional because it breaks up a district where Black voters can choose their representatives, a state judge said Wednesday. Leon County Circuit Judge Layne Smith said he would issue a formal order Thursday or Friday to keep the maps from taking effect in November’s election.
  • Black Surf Santa Cruz prepares for its second Liberation Paddle Out

    05/11/2022 7:26:59 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 35 replies
    Santa Cruz Sentinel ^ | April 30, 2022 | Rachel Kippen
    Before 2020, Bella Bonner had never put on a wetsuit in her life. She’d never laid down on a surfboard, let alone popped up on one and felt the energy of a wave pushing her toward shore. Bonner, who moved to Santa Cruz while attending middle school, had lived for 16 years within 5 miles of the ocean, yet had few immersive experiences in or on Monterey Bay. “So many people associate Santa Cruz with surf history, but fail to acknowledge the deep roots that the practice actually has in Native Hawaiian and African communities and cultures.” Bonner suited up...
  • Karine Jean-Pierre: ‘If You’re Not White, Male, Straight, or Wealthy There Is a Target on Your Back’

    05/10/2022 5:46:38 AM PDT · by MarvinStinson · 78 replies
    breitbart ^ | 9 May 2022 | CHARLIE SPIERING
    President Joe Biden’s new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has a history of calling out America’s racism throughout her career in politics and activism. After former President Donald Trump won in 2016, Jean-Pierre wrote her memoirs and spoke about the problems of racism in America during her book tour. “I always say, if you’re not white, male, straight, or wealthy you’re under attack, I mean there is a target on your back,” she said. Before working for Biden. Jean-Pierre embraced the more activist side of politics by taking a job at She worked for scandal-ridden political figures such as Sen....
  • Professors identify 960 ‘racist’ names in national park system

    05/10/2022 7:55:18 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 72 replies
    The College Fix ^ | MAY 10, 2022 | RACHEL LALGIE
    A group of professors and researchers identified 960 places within 16 of the country’s 62 national parks that contain “racist” names that promote “white supremacy,” “racism,” “settler colonialism” or “anti-Indigenous ideologies.”
  • Boston juveniles hurling racial slurs, 'terrorizing' downtown arrested again in McDonald's brawl: police

    04/26/2022 6:13:55 PM PDT · by simpson96 · 37 replies
    Fox News ^ | 4/26/2022 | Danielle Wallace
    Three juveniles from the same group of minors accused of stomping on a woman in downtown Boston last week, allegedly targeting her in an unprovoked attack because of her race and hairstyle, were arrested again on Monday after allegedly assaulting McDonald’s employees and police officers.(snip) The Boston Herald reported that three juveniles were arrested early Monday morning in connection to an incident that erupted at the Roxbury McDonald’s at 301 Warren St around 11:30 p.m. Sunday. A police report says a group of minors began throwing rocks and water bottles at customers and employees in the drive thru. One of...
  • US policy prepares to shut Mexican-American border to Ukrainian asylum seekers

    04/25/2022 9:54:00 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 29 replies
    KSBW ^ | Apr 24, 2022 | Erin Heft
    <p>Beginning Monday, the United States will launch a program welcoming Ukrainian refugees into the states but they will no longer be allowed in through Mexico. Instead, they will only be able to seek asylum through Europe.</p><p>In 2022, the United States government announced the expectation to receive 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.</p>
  • 4-year-old dead of alcohol poisoning after grandmother, mom make her drink whiskey, police say

    04/22/2022 4:17:01 PM PDT · by Drew68 · 59 replies
    The Advocate (Baton Rouge) ^ | 04/22/2022 | James Finn
    A 4-year-old girl died after her grandmother suspected she may have stolen a sip of whiskey and then forced the child to drink the rest of the bottle as her mother watched, Baton Rouge Police said Friday. The East Baton Rouge coroner's office said China Record, 4, died Thursday from acute alcohol poisoning. BRPD Spokesman Sgt. L'Jean McKneely said that the little girl had a blood alcohol level of .680 when officers arrived at her family's home on Wallis St. late Thursday morning — more than eight times the limit at which adult drivers are considered intoxicated. Both the little...
  • Police: Woman threatened to blow up Cocoa school if son didn't get more food

    04/22/2022 8:03:10 AM PDT · by simpson96 · 43 replies
    WESH ^ | 4/22/2022
    COCOA, Fla. — Police say they made an arrest in a bomb threat at Cocoa High School earlier this year. According to a newly released report, a woman made the threat in a voicemail to the school on Feb. 3. Advertisement Officers say the message included several expletives but allegedly said that if the school did not feed the woman's son more, she would blow it up. Police did not find any explosives that day. They later confirmed the woman's son had gotten into an argument with a cafeteria worker the day before about wanting extra food. Investigators have since...
  • Sacramento jury convicts man accused of murdering Natomas librarian in 2018 ambush

    04/21/2022 10:19:12 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 7 replies
    Sacramento Bee ^ | APRIL 20, 2022 | DARRELL SMITH
    Sacramento jurors needed just hours Wednesday to convict Ronald Seay of first-degree murder and lying in wait in the December 2018 ambush murder of Natomas librarian Amber Clark. Those same jurors will return Thursday to Sacramento Superior Court to determine whether Seay, 59, was sane when he shot 41-year-old Clark in her car in the parking lot of the North Natomas library branch she supervised.
  • Man wanted in rape of 4-year-old twins attacks officers who tracked him down in NYC: cops

    04/19/2022 3:26:32 PM PDT · by thegagline · 47 replies
    The New York Post ^ | 04/19/2022 | Joe Marino, Moore, Woods
    A man accused of raping 4-year-old twins in Pennsylvania attacked two officers who tracked him down to a Midtown homeless shelter Tuesday and then escaped, cops said. Suspected fiend Isaiah Metz, 22, was at the Antonio Olivieri Drop-In Center on West 30th Street near Eighth Avenue in Manhattan when an NYPD detective and an investigator from the city Department of Investigation – both part of the Regional Fugitive Task Force – showed up to arrest him about 4:15 a.m., police said. Metz fought the two officers – punching both in the head multiple times and biting the investigator on the...
  • PICTURED: Girl, 15, 'stabbed to death at school by stranger, 52, who drove through security then knifed her in random attack'

    04/19/2022 7:24:09 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 186 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 19 April 2022 | JAMES GANT
    A 15-year-old female student who was stabbed to death by a male intruder at a high school in California has been pictured. Alicia Reynaga was allegedly attacked by 52-year-old Anthony Gray at Stagg High School in Stockton yesterday. She was knifed multiple times before being rushed to hospital where she later passed away.
  • Reparations for slavery: A road map

    04/18/2022 6:25:38 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 78 replies
    Seattle Times ^ | April 15, 2022 | Clyde W. Ford
    The California state task force on reparations for Black residents voted on March 22 to limit eligibility to individuals whose lineage could be traced to enslavement in America. While this first-in-the-nation task force hotly debated the issue, more important is that it was impaneled by Gov. Gavin Newsome to study and develop reparation proposals. While many look toward California, awaiting its findings and conclusions, Gov. Jay Inslee, who’s been out in front on many issues of racial equity, should not wait. He should impanel a similar reparations task force, with similar objectives in Washington state.
  • Blinded Me with Violence: How the Left Fosters 'Hate Crime' Then Plays the Victim

    04/16/2022 11:19:34 AM PDT · by Rummyfan · 22 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 15 Apr 20222 | Kevin Downey r
    I haven’t seen anyone else mention this, but subway shooter Frank James’s decision to shoot up a train in Sunset Park, Brooklyn likely wasn’t random. Check out the racial background of the neighborhood: 35.6% – Hispanic 34.8% – Asian 23.7% – white 3.9% – blackUntil recently, you could see shooter Frank James spewing his black supremacy and hatred, but YouTube has now removed his channel. For those who didn’t see the videos, they were brimming with racial loathing for Asian, Hispanic, and white people.You can see here that many of Frank James’s victims are Asian. For a “crazy” guy, he...
  • DOE to Consider 'Equity' as Part of Decisions on Project Grants

    04/16/2022 3:21:01 PM PDT · by rktman · 25 replies ^ | 4/15/2022 1900 hrs edt | Landon Mion
    The Department of Education revealed in a recent report that it will consider grant applications, in part, based on how "equity" is incorporated into grant proposals. The "2022 Agency Equity Plan related to Executive Order 13985," published Thursday, is part of one of President Joe Biden's first executive orders, the "Executive Order On Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government." The "executive summary" of Thursday's 19-page report reads, "As we enter a new era of possibility for our nation, education must be at the forefront of our recovery, rebuilding and resiliency efforts. To meet this...