Category Archives: massacre

California bar shooter posted to social media while inside Borderline Bar & Grill, cops say

Ventura County Sgt. Eric Bucshow told Fox News that Ian David Long posted on Instagram during the shooting but could not confirm what was posted as the gunman methodically shot and reloaded. The Instagram account has been taken down but it was up for several hours after the shooting — until law enforcement became aware of it.

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Understanding Pittsburgh through a Dopamine-Addict Lens

In the wake of the horrific murders in Pittsburgh, let me state – without any reservation whatsoever and as clearly as possible – that the shooter (unnamed so that his name may be forgotten) deserves the death penalty. And even more justly, the fate that awaits him afterward. To those that were killed, may you rest in peace, and to their families… I have no words that could rise to the occasion save to say the Mourner’s Kaddish.

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Pittsburgh synagogue suspect transferred to prison in another county; officials there ‘not happy’ with decision

Butler County District Attorney Richard Goldinger, who’s also a member of the county prison board, didn’t hide his disappointment with how the situation was handled.

“I’m not happy about it. I don’t think that it’s our responsibility to be housing him. He’s allegedly committed a heinous act, and I don’t think we should be responsible for him while he’s awaiting his trial,” he told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Send him to WV, Whitey Bulger’s slot is open. Weunsll treat him reel good.

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SPLC Ties Trump to the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting, Even Though Shooter Hated Trump

On Sunday, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) attempted to connect President Donald Trump to the Tree of Life Congregation synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, Pa. The SPLC tried to blame Trump, even though the shooter said he did not vote for Trump and attacked the president for his close relationship with Jews.

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Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre Exposes Sarsour’s Two-Faced Opportunism

Eleven Jews were killed because they were Jews, gathered for Shabbat services at the Tree of Life synagogue. Four Pittsburgh law enforcement officers were wounded as they raced toward the gunfire and prevented the tragedy from being even greater.

But one person’s statements of grief and solidarity stand out, largely because it contrasts a long record of sowing enmity and anti-Semitism. There was a vigil Sunday outside the White House. The national Women’s March made sure to post an image of national co-chair Linda Sarsour, microphone in hand, speaking in love and solidarity with American Jews.

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Rohingya Muslim militants massacred 99 Hindu men, women and children who refused to convert to Islam

The Rohingya military group Arsa carried out deadly massacres and abductions of the Hindu community in Myanmar’s Rakhine state last year, a new report by Amnesty International has revealed.

Testimony collected by Amnesty from dozens of witnesses and survivors of the attacks in Rakhine in August have detailed how up to 99 Hindu men, women and children were killed by Arsa militants armed with knives, swords and sticks. Only those who agreed to convert to Islam were spared.

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BREAKING NEWS: At least two people have been killed and several others injured in a shooting at a dance studio in Texas

Officers found one victim dead outside Studio 74, and several people were transported to hospitals – one of whom died from his injuries, Fort Worth police spokesman Daniel Segura said in a statement.

The disturbance began inside the studio, in the 2400 block of E. Lancaster Avenue, shortly after midnight and spilled out into the street, WFAA reports.

Well of course you’re going to get shot in there. Duh.

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Paris France is SO OVER The Slaughter of Their Own People

“Screw the memorial to the dead” say the Black Block Anarchists!  Yeah, they were throwing the memorial candles for the dead at the Police. Continue reading

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Swedish Media and Government Covering Up Ikea Terror Attack …AT LEAST ONE VICTIM BEHEADED

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Dr. Carolin Herlin, victim of Islam

Mirjam Tapper posts that she has seen photos sent to here from someone that was at the crime scene.

“Just seen a couple of pictures taken by a visitor at IKEA. The images and text to them had legs almost give way under me. If the photos are authentic (I have no reason to believe that they are not) it shows that what many long feared has now happened in Sweden. The murders appear to be sheer terror act.
And performed in the most brutal manner.
I was furious when Rapport journalist yesterday commented on the murders and the victims’ situation, “they had the maximum of bad luck.” And the police called it a crazy deed.
In any country except this one had this incident prompted a comment from the government, but here dismissed it as an event any of the flow of violence. And it only blinds and silences. I feel anger, disappointment and contempt for this country’s politicians that left / leaves his people in the lurch and exposes the social experiment that has fatal consequences. Sweden is sick, very, very sick and it needs to recover. Am glad I do not have to stay here longer. I have much to compare to when I lived in many countries in Europe, follow the news in three languages in addition to Swedish, and I am excited to the core of ignorance in Sweden.

(The record is updated) I have not used me of the Swedish media at all. They spoke black in the first twelve hours. The fact that no Swedish politician has spoken out here 24 hours, seems very odd and cowardly. It dawns Now that the victims are a completely random mother and son. Victims are Carola Herlin , Skelleftea (55) and Emil Herlin (28). The woman appears to be decapitated , according to unconfirmed sources.

 

Here is an interview Dr. Herlin two months before she was murdered

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Bad Lessons: Learning With Closed Eyes

Twenty five years ago a lone gunman walked into the École Polytechnique engineering school in Montreal, ordered the men to leave, and shot fourteen women. It was a traumatic experience, not just for the victims and their families, but for all of Canadian society.

Two and a half decades later, we still look back in astonishment, trying to understand how such a thing happened. We try to make it into a teaching experience, so that at least we’ve gained the ability to avoid repeating the tragedy. Intellectuals, editorialists point to our society’s misogyny, and the lack of gun control as the prime lessons.

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