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#BlackLivesMatter | Sheriff David Clarke

Published on Aug 15, 2016

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke on requesting the National Guard assistance in face of Milwaukee riots.


Published on Jul 8, 2016

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke on the sniper shootings of police officers in Dallas.

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#BlackLivesMatter | Violence Against Police Officers

Police: ‘Sheer brutality’ as 3 officers slain in Baton Rouge ambush

The chaotic shootout between Baton Rouge officers and a lone gunman ranged around a series of commercial buildings before a SWAT officer killed the suspect with a 100-yard shot, police said Monday.
The gunman, Gavin Eugene Long, 29, of Kansas City, Mo., had an IWA Tavor SAR 5.56-caliber rifle and Springfield 9.9mm pistol with him during the shootout Sunday morning, according to Col. Michael Edmonson, superintendent of state police. Another Stag Arms M4 Variant 5.56-caliber semi-automatic rifle was at his rented Chevrolet Malibu car, Edmonson said.
The guns are being analyzed for the chain of ownership, he said.
By watching videos from the area around a car wash and convenience store where the shooting occurred, police said Long ignored civilians and shot only at police, Edmonson said.


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#BlackLivesMatter | Man calls out ‘Black Lives Matter’; Black grandmother attacks ‘Black Lives Matter’, Obama has fostered a ‘lawless society’; and more

Man Calls Out Black Lives Matter For Not Helping La. Flood Victims

Jerry L. Washington, a Baton Rouge native, posted a video to Facebook, asking why activists haven’t done anything to help the majority African-American city.
“Where are the Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers?” Washington says in the video. “Because I ain’t seen one Black Panther boat or one Black Lives Matter boat. All I see is our own people from our own city saving us.”

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#BlackLivesMatter | The black cop who has a problem with ‘Black Lives Matter’; Lora King and the LAPD; and BLM activists change tune

The black cop who has a problem with ‘Black Lives Matter’

“Black Lives do not matter to most black people…Only the lives that are taken at the hands of cops or white people, matter.”
In his lengthy digital essay  former Baltimore police officer Jay Stalien challenged assertions that black people are unfairly penalised by law enforcement. It was his arguments about black-on-black violence that seemed to get the most attention. Drawing on his own experience, Stalien said he chose a career in law enforcement because:
“I watched and lived through the crime that took place in the hood. My own black people killing others over nothing. Crack heads and heroin addicts lined the lobby of my building as I shuffled around them to make my way to our 1 bedroom apartment with 6 of us living inside. I wanted to help my community and stop watching the blood of African Americans spilled on the street at the hands of a fellow black man.”


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Far More Whites Killed by U.S. Police


According to statistics maintained by the far-left extremist Guardian newspaper in Britain, more than half of all people killed by US police this year [2015] have been white, while only 25 percent have been black.
The Guardian’s statistics are contained in a tally of police killings maintained by that newspaper on a site titled “The Counted.” This was set up by the far-leftist newspaper with the intention of “proving” how “racist” the police in America are—an aim which has now completely backfired in face of the facts.
According to the Guardian’s tally, of the approximately 1001 people killed by police this year in America, 502 were white, 250 were black, 163 were Hispanic/Latino, 18 were Asian/Pacific Islander, 13 were American Indian, and 54 were other/unknown.

Clicking on a photo/name will show you a synopsis and links to local articles regarding shooting.
2015   http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/ng-interactive/2015/jun/01/the-counted-police-killings-us-database#
2016   http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/ng-interactive/2015/jun/01/the-counted-police-killings-us-database#

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Muslims Showing Tolerance and Compassion While Tirelessly Contributing to World Peace Pt 47

“Rape is Natural:” Rapefugees in Belgium

5 February 2016
“Rape is the most natural thing in the world,” and “women must obey men” were just two of the defenses offered by some of the seven nonwhite invaders recently arrested for a gang rape of an unconscious 17-year-old white girl in Ostend, the Het Laaste Nieuws (HLN) newspaper has reported.

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Dallas confirms second Ebola victim, so where’s Obama? Hitting the links for his 200th golf game as president

From Daily Mail
By Jill Reilly for MailOnline | Published: 15:01 EST, 12 October 2014 | Updated: 16:39 EST, 12 October 2014

  • The president’s game at Ft. Belvoir came as the nation fears news of continued Ebola infections
  • Obama was first briefed about a Dallas nurse nurse who cared for Thomas Eric Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and caught Ebola
  • Her identity has not been released, but her home is under police guard as government officials like CDC chief  Dr. Tom Frieden picked up the slack

While officials in Dallas scrambled to calm public hysteria over news of the first Ebola transmission on U.S. soil, Barack Obama hit the links for his 200th golf game as president.

The president embarked on his leisurely outing to Virginia after taking a a few moments to speak with Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell for an update on the worsening situation in Dallas.

Accompanying the president to Ft. Belvoir were his crew of loyal White House aides including Joe Paulsen, Mike Brush and Marvin Nicholson according to press pool reports.

Briefly briefed: President Barack Obama speaks on the phone with Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell, to get an update on the response to the Ebola diagnosis in Dallas, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington DC Sunday before taking off for a round of golf
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Texas Health Worker Who Cared for First U.S. Ebola Patient Contracts the Virus (UPDATE: She Was Wearing Protective Gear When She Was Exposed)

From The Blaze
Oct. 12, 2014 6:36am | By
UPDATE (9:20 a.m. EDT): CNN reported new details Sunday morning on the health worker infected with Ebola in Texas: The victim is a female nurse, and Texas Health Resources chief clinical officer Dan Varga said she was involved in Thomas Eric Duncan’s second visit to the hospital, meaning that she was wearing full protective gear when she interacted with Duncan, the first person diagnosed with the virus in the U.S.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. (Image via Google Maps)
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Dallas Ebola shambles: Family try to break out of isolation at virus victim’s apartment as visitors come and go, up to 100 may be exposed and even cop cars are in quarantine

From Daily Mail
By Louise Boyle for MailOnline and Reuters and Dan Bates For Mailonline In Dallas, Texas
Published: 07:18 EST, 2 October 2014 | Updated: 20:27 EST, 2 October 2014

  • A woman called Louise, who identified herself as Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan’s ‘wife’, spoke out from her isolation
  • Family members initially violated orders and left their Dallas apartment, prompting a quarantine order, Dallas judge said today 
  • No visitors allowed in but MailOnline reported three people coming and going to the home on Wednesday 
  • Four relatives quarantined – Louise, child, 13, and two adult nephews
  • ‘Four sheriff’s deputies, health official and doctor went into apartment without protection on Wednesday’ –  they have now also been quarantined
  • Louise said CDC have not told her what to do with Duncan’s sweaty sheets, pillows and the towels he used while contagious  
  • Hospital sent sick Mr Duncan home on Thursday at 10pm – THREE days before he was rushed in and not the two days initially reported by hospital 
  • 100 people being sought who had possible contact with Duncan – 12 have confirmed contact including five children   


The response to the first Ebola case in the U.S. was in chaos today after it emerged that the exposed relatives of the contagious patient tried to break out of their apartment where the sweat-soaked, contaminated bedsheets and towels lay for days.

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