The man accused of carrying out a mass shooting at a New Zealand mosque faces new charges, including one count of engaging in a terrorist act, according to law enforcement officials.
New Zealand police have charged Brenton Tarrant with one act of carrying out a terrorist act. One murder charge and two additional attempted murder charges have also been filed. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Neil Munro
Guatemala’s towns are emptying out as a growing number of migrants head north to accept the Democratic Party’s offer of open-border loopholes and low-wage jobs, say a growing number of local reports.
Roughly one percent of Guatemala’s population has migrated to the United States’ border since September 2018, according to the Department of Homeland Security. That adds up to roughly 170,000 migrants, and roughly one-third of those migrants come from the neighboring rural districts of Huehuetenango and San Marcos. Continue reading
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Norco, CA — Ron Mugar never committed a crime, never harmed anyone, yet he’s found himself in the middle of a government-sponsored thievery ring designed to separate citizens from their money. Now, Mugar is currently facing an uphill battle against thieving bureaucrats in his city who are attempting to rob him through immoral and unconstitutional legislation. Continue reading
A video recorded during a violent arrest shows at least one New Jersey police officer punching a suspect who’s pinned to the ground.
Cyprian Luke, 19, was apprehended around 2 a.m. on Saturday because of a warrant tied to a domestic case, ABC New York station WABC reported. Continue reading
New York Post – by Kathianne Boniello
A Brooklyn family claims bumbling cops raided their home for drugs and snatched up small capsules they thought contained heroin — but were actually the ashes of their dearly departed patriarch.
Lucia Santiago, 65, was napping in her Bushwick apartment in February 2018 when she awoke to chaos. Continue reading
A misleading article in WSAZ3 News titled, “New app targets distracted drivers with traffic alerts” would lead you to believe that the makers of the app are actually concerned with everyone’s safety, but of course that is not the case.
Have you ever wanted an app that lets Big Brother know when you are speeding and where you are going in real-time? Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
If you rent a car from Hertz, you’re now on notice not to be surprised if you’re randomly pulled over and arrested for seemingly no reason at all.
This is because, according to The Drive, customers of the Florida rental vehicle company are being erroneously stopped and arrested due to a faulty computer system and plain old poor office management at the company. Continue reading
Hartford Courant – by Gregory B. Hladky
An ocean research group said Monday that one of its tagged great white sharks has been located in Long Island Sound for the first time in the organization’s history, swimming off Greenwich just before 9 a.m.
The shark, known as Cabot, has been measured at 9 feet, 8 inches long and its weight is estimated at about 533 pounds, according to experts at OCEARCH, a research group that routinely tags and tracks sharks and other marine creatures.
Trump @19:20 – Military Industrial Complex does not want to leave Syria, wants more wars.
Is this the first time that any President openly admited that he cant do something that he wants to do, because huge business lobby group is not allowing him to do it? Continue reading
Ars Technica – by Sean Gallagher
It’s been nearly two weeks since the City of Baltimore’s networks were shut down in response to a ransomware attack, and there’s still no end in sight to the attack’s impact. It may be weeks more before the city’s services return to something resembling normal—manual workarounds are being put in place to handle some services now, but the city’s water billing and other payment systems remain offline, as well as most of the city’s email and much of the government’s phone systems. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Warner Todd Huston
The Chicago Police Department (CPD) has increased its presence at several of the city’s Jewish schools, and synagogues after evidence of Molotov cocktails were found outside a Lakeview East synagogue.
Worshippers reported an arson attempt on Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel Congregation where broken bottles, charred cloth, and a scorched wall was discovered at the synagogue on Sunday, according to the Chicago Tribune. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Here we go again — just as tensions seemed to be calming going into the weekend, with Trump distancing himself from some of the more out-front escalatory rhetoric from hawks like Bolton within his own administration last Friday, leave it to who else but Senator Lindsey Graham to ramp things up again. “We must deliver an overwhelming military response,” he tweeted in reference to Iran. Continue reading
A federal judge on Monday upheld a congressional subpoena seeking President Donald Trump’s financial records from an accounting firm, arguing that Congress is well within its rights to investigate potential illegal behavior by a president — even without launching a formal impeachment inquiry.
U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta’s ruling delivers a striking blow to the president’s efforts to resist Democratic investigations, and is certain to give Democrats further legal basis to investigate Trump, his finances, and his presidential campaign. Continue reading
Steemit – by Canadian Coconut
Is it the Centers for Disease Control or The Centers For Deception and Corruption?
The CDC is supposed to make unbiased decisions for the good of Public Health. They are the ones who continually add more and more vaccinations to the childhood schedule. Continue reading
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Archive: TWFTT 5-20-19
For many “Game of Thrones” super fans, last night’s series finale felt more like losing a loved one than the end of a television show.
That’s why Bark.com, a U.K.-based social network that helps match users match with service providers (such as dog walkers), is offering “a specialized Game of Thrones counseling service” that promises to “help bereft fans seek support and get the help they need through this tough time.” Continue reading