Sunday, May 03, 2015

Mohammed with Aisha, Sitting in a Tree… (Obscene , Blasphemous Picture!)

Coast Guard Arrests Mexican Poachers for Illegally Fishing in American Waters

By A Texas Reader

"Commercial vessels from Mexico continue to conduct illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, venturing further north from the border to seek a larger and more lucrative catch. This activity exploits fish species most sought after by legitimate U.S….


Meanwhile, the Pun Police are spreading a dragnet in search of offenders from among KPRC’s readership.

• The Dude • 2 hours ago

Sounds fishy tee hee Probably working for scale, Doh!

81099!n9 • 2 hours ago

Illegals illegally fishing.

zedanski 81099!n9 • 6 minutes ago

Under the new presidential decree, I think that makes em American.
...under the anchor-bait provision.

rbuckfly1 • 2 hours ago

Well, under the current administration……I imagine they were fed a hot meal, and released back into their territorial waters.

WhutTheHe!! • 2 hours ago

Chum 'em

RonD Hill • an hour ago

What the heck?? ,They were just fishing for the fish that Americans won't fish for won't you know.

DoctorFeelgoodMD • an hour ago

Fishing for wet backs......they're in season too.

Greg Matson • an hour ago

handcuff them and throw them overboard

In Baltimore, a Brother Wearing a T-Shirt Saying, “F—k the Police” Gets the Surprise of His Life from a Brother from Another Planet!

“Liars Convicting Liars”: Update on Freddie Gray’s Spinal and Neck Surgery Story

By Nicholas Stix

On April 29, the Baltimore Sun published a “refutation” of the story from the Fourth Estate blog of the previous day, that had claimed that Freddie Gray had had spinal and neck surgery shortly before his death. Except that it wasn’t a refutation.

I noticed a few years ago that MSM “reporters” had introduced a new use of the verb “to refute.” If someone they supported denied an unflattering report about themselves, the reporters would assert that he had “refuted” it. Well, that’s the sort of “refutation” the Baltimore Sun—B.S., for short—pulled off.

The trick that the BS operatives Mark Puente and Doug Donovan used, was to bundle two different claims, refute one, and falsely claim that refuting one necessarily entailed refuting the other.

The Fourth Estate had said that it had heard from a source that Gray had had spinal and/or neck surgery one week before he was arrested and died in police custody. It tracked down some legal papers attesting to a civil court case, which 4E said was connected to Gray’s purported spine injury.

The BS item is entitled, “The truth about Freddie Gray’s ‘pre-existing injury from car accident.’” Its highlights (“Sharelines”), which serve as subheds, assert,

Debunking rumors: Freddie Gray settlement connected to lead paint, not car accident or spinal surgery.
Freddie Gray filed paperwork to collect $18,000 settlement in exchange for $108,000 annuity.

Both claims are misleading. The legal papers in question may have been for the family’s lead paint shakedown of a slumlord, but that does not mean that Gray didn’t have a spinal condition, for which he underwent surgery shortly before his death. And Gray’s $18,000 settlement was in exchange for a $54,000 annuity, not a $108,000 annuity. His twin sister, Fredericka, also collected an $18,000 settlement in exchange for her $54,000 annuity. The two twins’ combined annuities totaled $108,000. The BS operatives are trying to make it seem as if the Gray twins were cheated on their settlement, as yet another case of white racism run amok.

Donovan and Puente quote Jason Downs, an attorney representing one of Gray's relatives, as saying, "We have no information or evidence at this point to indicate that there is a prior pre-existing spinal injury. It's a rumor."

Well, that’s a relief. An attorney from a firm seeking to soak Baltimore City for tens of millions of dollars says that he has no knowledge of Freddie Gray having had a pre-existing spinal injury. Downs, of course, has no motive to be less than truthful.

The BS main “evidence” for its “debunking” is that the 4E reprinted a court document for the (frivolous) Gray family lawsuit against their former landlord for lead paint, when it claimed to be reprinting the court document for a taxi accident. However, showing that the court document is the wrong one has no bearing on whether Gray had recently undergone back and/or spinal surgery.

4E finds some causes for doubt in the BS story, regarding the latter’s operatives being less than straightforward, but defends itself with weasel words that blow up in his face.

Now, the allegation that Freddie Gray had spine surgery a week before his arrest cannot be completely proven to be true, or false for that matter. Sources continue to allege that this is the case; it may not have been major surgery, rather it could have potentially been one in a long line of surgeries resulting from a previous injury. Due to HIPPA laws, we likely will never know. That doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a history of back issues, though….
Nonsense. The patient is dead, and this is a murder case, and will soon be a multimillion-dollar civil case, both of which would be greatly influenced by any medical history Gray had with back, neck, or head injuries. I don’t believe that HIPPA laws still apply.
Is it possible that Freddie Gray was in fact involved in a car accident previously in his life in which he was severely injured, never to be the same again?  Yes, it is possible.

Is it possible that Freddie Gray allegedly received a settlement from this injury, one which he later attempted to convert to a lump sum payment? Yes, it is possible.

Is it possible that Freddie Gray allegedly had a history of back problems that required multiple, even if minor, surgeries that left him with a vulnerable spine? Yes, it possible.

We are continuing to seek more information on Freddie Gray’s alleged history of spinal problems and alleged surgery less than two weeks before his arrest. This story is rapidly developing… [BREAKING: Freddie Gray Sued Taxi Company For Damages/Injuries Allegedly Related To Car Accident, Fourth Estate 2014, April 29, 2015.]

It’s also “possible” that all those things apply to me, too, but journalism isn’t in the possibility business. 4E even went so far as to commit redundant weaseling, as in “Is it possible that Freddie Gray allegedly had a history of back problems…”

This is too much. 4E claims to have sources. Based on its weaseling, I no longer believe it has any sources, at least not reliable ones, and its credibility is zero, in my book. But since the BS was itself guilty of transparent BS, its operatives Mark Puente and Doug Donovan also get no credit for “debunking” anything. They just got lucky.

Another Assassination Attempt on a Policeman Today, This Time in Texas

By Nicholas Stix


Mosby's Law

Saturday, May 02, 2015

Demetrius Blackwell, Suspect in Shooting of NYCPD Cop in Queens Tonight, is in Custody; Shot Cop in Face and Chest (Arrest Photo)

Knoxville: Ex-Vol Johnson Wants Separate Trial from Williams in Rape Case


A.J. Johnson, front left, and his defense attorney, Tom Dillard, front right, in Knox County Criminal Court. That courthouse is familiar turf to David in TN and me, and Tom Dillard is a familiar face to us, as well. (Photo by Michael Patrick)

Ex-Vol Johnson Wants Separate Trial from Williams in Rape Case
By David in TN

KNOXVILLE — Former University of Tennessee football linebacker A.J. Johnson has filed a motion seeking a separate trial from a former teammate on charges the pair raped a UT student.

Meanwhile, back in Knoxville. A suspect asks for his case to be severed. [To N.S.:] Doesn't this sound like another criminal case you and I have some familiarity with?


Co-defendant Michael Williams' mug shot

Ex-Vol Johnson wants separate trial from Williams in rape case
By Jamie Satterfield
12:28 P.M., May 1, 2015
9:37 P.M., May 1, 2015
Knoxville News Sentinel

Former University of Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson wants to sit alone at the defense table when facing trial on rape charges, and the lead prosecutor is fine with that.

Defense attorney Stephen Ross Johnson on Friday filed a motion in Knox County Criminal Court seeking separate trials for A.J. Johnson and his co-defendant, UT cornerback Michael Williams.


A.J. Johnson’s defense attorney, Steven Johnson, who is also a familiar face to us here at WEJB/NSU, in since disgraced, convicted, and imprisoned Judge Richard Baumgartner’s courtroom during George Thomas’ first Knoxville Horror trial, on December 2, 2009. Johnson still looks like that.

Document: Defense motion seeking separate trials

"Alexander Johnson has pleaded not guilty because he is not guilty, and the motion to sever was filed in order to help ensure a fair jury trial," Stephen Ross Johnson said in a statement to the News Sentinel.

"It is not out of the ordinary in criminal cases to seek separate trials when multiple persons are charged given the rules of evidence and constitutional issues involved. A jury must make an individual decision about innocence or guilt of each person accused, and often separate trials aid the integrity of that process."

The motion states Assistant District Attorney General Leslie Nassios does not oppose the move for separate trials, so Judge Bob McGee is likely to approve it.

Johnson, 23, and Williams, 21, are accused of raping a 19-year-old female UT student in November. The woman said it happened during a large party at Johnson’s residence at the Woodlands apartment complex in South Knoxville in the hours after Tennessee’s win over Kentucky.

The pair face trial in August on four counts of aggravated rape, although that date likely will now change. In the indictment, each former player is accused of two distinct acts of rape and two additional counts of aiding and abetting each other.

The motion offers a few new clues in a case in which police and prosecutors have kept details close to the vest. Attorney Johnson reveals, for instance, Williams gave a statement to police about the incident in which he invokes A.J. Johnson’s name so much a copy of it cannot "effectively" be redacted.

The attorney also indicates Williams specifically talked about Johnson’s actions on the night of the party.

Nassios’ consent to separate trials shows she intends to use Williams’ statement against Williams, a signal that whatever Williams said, the veteran prosecutor wants a jury to hear it.

As attorney Johnson notes, U.S. Supreme Court rulings largely bar Nassios from using Williams’ statement in a joint trial.

Williams has denied, via defense attorney David Eldridge, the rape allegations.

Attorney Johnson ended his motion with a cryptic statement that suggests the two former teammates may no longer be on the same defense page.

"There are potential issues of prejudice for a joint trial in this case apart from issues (involving Williams’ statement)," he wrote.

UT coach Butch Jones suspended both players from the team after learning of the allegations. Johnson graduated in December from UT and completed his eligibility. Williams has played two seasons.

Matt Bailey: The Right to Carry a Gun is a Great Thing; the *Forced Necessity* to Do the Same is a National Disgrace

By Nicholas Stix

At Ex-Army Libertarian Nationalist.

The Normandy War Cemetery: Where is an Honor Student Only Good Enough to Get into a Segregated Black College? Michael Brown’s Old High School, That’s Where!


Normandy High School’s most illustrious alumnus

By Nicholas Stix

Where? At Countenance, natch!

The Rules Made Up for the Rest of Us by New Yorkers Don’t Apply to New Yorkers

By Nicholas Stix


Mainstream Democrats React to #FreddieGray Case (Poster)

There Goes the Neighborhood! (Poster)

Breaking News: NYPD Sergeant Shot in Head and Chest, Critically Wounded, in Assassination Attempt One Hour Ago; 5th Assasination Attempt on an NYPD Cop in Five Months

By Nicholas Stix

At the New York Post.

A tip ‘o the hate to Countenance.

How About Rolling Stone Doing a Cover Story on a Real Rapist, Like Salvadoran “Immigrant” Joaquin Orellana Torres?


Joaquin Orellana Torres, 24

By Nicholas Stix


A Portent of America’s Near-Term Future: Narco-Terror Chaos Engulfs Gang-Dominated Mexican State Jalisco; “El Mencho’s” (Nemesio Oseguera) “Jalisco New Generation” Drug Cartel Gunmen Hit 25 Jalisco Cities, Including Guadalajara and Resort Puerto Vallarta, AND Cities in States of Colima, Michoacan, and Guanajuato; Torching Scores of Trucks, Gas Stations, and Banks; Forcing Down Army Chopper, and Then Killing at Least 3 Troops (with 3 More Missing) and 1 Policeman; Wounding 19; Yahoo News Changes Title, to Discourage People from Reading Article, and Treats Dead Gang Gunmen Like Murder Victims!


"A burnt out bus at Gomez Morin Avenue in Guadalajara, Jalisco state, Mexico, on May 1, 2015 (AFP Pho …"

By A Texas Reader and Nicholas Stix

Your tax dollars at work.

Yahoo News’ original title, which is still in the URL: “Clashes, buses torched in gang-plagued Mexican state.” New, pc title: Gunmen hit army chopper in Mexico, three troops dead.

Imagine. Back when the press was in the news business, a headline would have emphasized the chaos of the situation in Jalisco and the other three states. The point is to reach as many readers, with as much detailed, gruesome information as possible. Instead, Yahoo News’ censor tried to discourage as many people as possible from reading Agence France Presse reporter Hector Guerrero’s article below.

Imagine that—risking your life to tell a juicy, war-zone-type story, only to see outlets carrying it do their damnedest to bury it!

And now, the dictator calling himself Barack Obama will use this as a pretext to invite the entire state of Jalisco--but especially the gang gunmen--to come here.

Some historical background: “Merida Initiative Doomed to Failure.”

Gunmen hit army chopper in Mexico, three troops dead
By Hector Guerrero
2 hours ago (circa 2:30 a.m.) Saturday, May 2, 2015

Guadalajara (Mexico) (AFP) - Gunmen forced down a military helicopter in western Mexico, killing three troops as violence escalated across Jalisco state during a new operation against a powerful drug cartel.

Seven people were killed across Jalisco, including the three soldiers and a state police officer, while 19 people were wounded, officials said. Three gang suspects were killed in the fighting, authorities said.

[Note how AFP/Yahoo nihilistically counts the three dead gang gunmen, as if they were crime victims, murdered by police, just as the gang gunmen murdered the soldiers and policeman. I made a point of not counting the gang gunmen as “killed.”]

Three-dozen vehicles were set on fire or used as roadblocks in 39 spots affecting 25 towns, including the Pacific resort town of Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara, Mexico's second biggest city, where residents were urged to stay indoors during the May Day holiday.

Banks and gasoline stations were torched and numerous people were detained as violence flared on the day that the military and federal police launched Operation Jalisco to crack down on the Jalisco New Generation Drug Cartel.

Another 15 vehicles were torched in the neighboring states of Colima, Michoacan and Guanajuato, said National Security Commission Monte Alejandro Rubido.

"In reaction to the federal presence, members of the criminal group began several actions in a bid to thwart the actions of the security agencies," Rubido told a news conference.

[Photo caption:] Members a local police stand guard on Gomez Morin Avenue in Guadalajara City, Jalisco state, Mexico, …

Three more soldiers remained missing after the Cougar military helicopter, carrying 18 security forces, was hit on its tail rotor and forced to make an emergency landing Friday morning, Rubido said.

Ten soldiers and two federal police officers were injured in the incident, which took place when the aircraft spotted carloads of gunmen on a road between the towns of Casimiro Castillo and Villa Purificacion.

President Enrique Pena Nieto said in brief remarks to reporters that the operation was "in combat against a highly dangerous criminal organization."

Officials say the New Generation cartel, led by Nemesio Oseguera, alias "El Mencho," has grown so powerful that it has produced its own assault rifles in makeshift gun assembly shops and has forged ties with gangs worldwide.

The New Generation cartel has violently defied authorities this year, killing 20 police officers in two ambushes in March and April.


[Photo caption:] Firefighters spray a bus with water on Gomez Morin Avenue in Guadalajara, Jalisco state, Mexico, on …

- 'Don't go out' –

The helicopter attack was near the town of Autlan, where a state police officer died in a clash with gang suspects. Shootouts were reported in three other towns.

[There was no “helicopter attack”; there was an attack on a helicopter.]

Starting in the morning, buses and trucks were torched in more than a dozen streets of Guadalajara. The fires were put out hours later.

Such tactics have been used by gangs elsewhere in Mexico to try to thwart police and military operations.

Authorities urged residents of Guadalajara to stay indoors. No shootouts were reported in the city.

"Remain calm. If you have any reason to leave your house, don't go out," the Jalisco state prosecutor's office said on Twitter.

The US consulate issued a security message advising its employees "to remain in their homes until the situation is resolved" and its citizens to avoid traveling to the area.

By early evening, Governor Aristoteles Sandoval told reporters that the situation was "calm" across Jalisco, though authorities remained under "code red."

- New Generation –

The New Generation is a rising power of Mexico's underworld that had been overshadowed by other groups such as the Sinaloa, Zetas, Gulf and Knights Templar cartels.

The gang has even recruited military deserters, including foreign ones, security officials say.

The cartel has drawn the attention of the US government, which has funded Mexico's battle against drug traffickers by providing equipment, training and intelligence.

Last month, the US Treasury Department slapped financial sanctions on the New Generation and its leader Oseguera, as well as its allies, the Los Cuinis cartel.

[Well, that’ll show ‘em! How could the U.S. government possibly “slap[ed] financial sanctions” on a drug gang in Mexico, or anywhere else? Was “Obama” giving foreign aid to New Generation, which he is now cutting off or reducing? The statement cannot withstand the slightest scrutiny.]

Friday, May 01, 2015

I’m an Author! Please Buy the 2012 Anthology!



By Nicholas Stix

I just stumbled onto this the other day. My editor, Peter Brimelow, had recently encouraged me to finish a book for him, saying that he just punches them out, but I’d had no idea that the publishing operation back in Connecticut was so prolific. I thought he was being overly optimistic. Nope; they’re going great guns, publishing at least two or three volumes per year.

In any event, though Peter forgot to send me a copy, I’ve read everything collected in it at least once and, in my completely objective, disinterested opinion, I can confidently say that it’s all great stuff.

At Amazon, for $10.50.

At Lulu, for $9.99.

The Logic of Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby

It ain't perfect, but it'll do.

Tit-for-Tat in NJ: 1. Chris Christie Launches Vendetta Against Fort Lee Mayor, 2. Dem-Controlled Legislature Hits Back with Its Own Vendetta, in Order to Sideline Christie from 2016 Presidential Election, and 3. Christie’s Old Friend Takes Fall for Him

By A Texas Reader

Christie: corpulent gasbag with an ex-bankster wife.


Detroit: An Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Resigned Friday After being Disciplined for a Facebook Message That Said the Way to End the Violence in Baltimore was to Shoot the Protesters

By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat

Sounds like something Ted Nugent, the Motor City Madman, might say (video).

At the Detroit News.

3 Black, 3 White: See Pics of the 6 Baltimore Cops Set to be Railroaded for the Death of Freddie Gray

Poetic Justice in Baltimore? 5 Alleged Reporters Beaten and Robbed by Rioters; Complain That the Cops They’ve been Persecuting Refused to Rescue Them

By Nicholas Stix

At the Daily Mail.

“Freddie Gray Death: New Narratives Question Police Brutality Claim”; CNN Changes Title of Report that was in Danger of Helping Cops, in Order to Remain on Persecution, er, Prosecution’s Side

By Nicholas Stix

Note that the quoted title above was the article’s original title, which CNN has since changed, in order to remain on message. It now reads, “Report: Freddie Gray sustained injury in back of police van.”


The SPLC Insinuates that It Got Jeff Rense Silenced

By Nicholas Stix

SPLC enforcer Heidi Beirich doesn’t come out and say it, but instead says that she called Rense’s Internet radio satellite provider on April 29, to warn it that it was carrying a bad man, and that the next day, he was gone.

I doubt dropping Rense was merely due to the SPLC, or Beirich wouldn’t have relied on insinuation and innuendo, but it sure wasn’t for lack of trying by the notoriously racist, hate organization.

Hillary Clinton: The Police Must Stop Arresting and Shooting Rampaging Black Felons! (Pat Buchanan)

By Nicholas Stix


In the Face of Narrative Collapse, Baltimore’s Black Supremacist State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby Doubles Down, and Charges Six Cops in Death of Freddie Gray, from Murder Two on Down; Mayor Stepahnie Rawlings-Blake Vows to Gut Police Department

By Nicholas Stix

As I write these words, black criminals, SJW media operatives, and black supremacist politicians, including Al Sharpton-style preachers and State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, are all celebrating in the streets of that paradise for felons, Baltimore.

On CNN, its analyst racist former prosecutor Sunny Hostin is talking like a prosecutor, and its analyst Mark O’Mara is talking like … a prosecutor.

And the only cautionary theme on CNN is an interview with the mother of racist would-be murderer Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton, as if she were the mother of a crime victim, instead of a criminal, warning that an indictment does not equate to a conviction.

Let’s rewind the tape. The whole world was initially told that Freddie Gray’s spine was severed. The story was then changed to that 80% of his spine was severed.

How so? The supporting story was also that the police gave Gray “a rough ride” in the police van, in which they didn’t put him in a seatbelt.

The mainstream media (MSM) acted as if this “rough ride” cold have snapped Gray’s spine. Impossible.

Where did the story come from? Gray’s family’s lawyer, who was putting together a lawsuit seeking tens of millions of dollars. It was a self-interested statement lacking in credibility, yet the MSM shouted it credulously through their megaphones.

That narrative collapsed with statements of the other black prisoner in the van, according to which Gray was throwing himself around in the van, trying to harm himself.

The Baltimore PD then leaked to the media, much to some of the MSM’s chagrin, the claim that Gray’s head was injured, and that said injury matched a bolt in the van.

Black supremacist State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby also learned that at some point, police allegedly put Gray on his belly in the back of the van. But it would be impossible for Gray to have hurt his spine or his head from such a position. And yet, Mosby and her MSM lackeys repeat such information with sinister intonation (Mosby: “placing him on his stomach, head-first”), as if it were a sign of some sort of evil police action, the same way they intone the charge that police left Gray unbelted on the bench on the van. Whatever Mosby and the MSM say, they give it the same sinister intonation.

Instead of looking that the incident in the light of the new information (not a spine injury, Gray injuring himself), Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby just combined it with the original narrative, and charged and overcharged six cops to the hilt.

As for Mosby personally, who is married to black supremacist Councilman Nick Mosby, who supported the rioters, all of the aspects that were used against St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch as disqualifying factors in his running the grand jury in the death of would-be cop-killer, Mike Brown (his father having been murdered by a black man), are used grounds for praising and recommending Mosby: That she comes from a family of five generations of policemen, and that a cousin of hers was murdered. Black supremacist former congressman and NAACP boss Kweisi Mfume, falsely spoke of Mosby as a “victim,” as if that were a recommendation. (She wasn’t a victim, but if she had been, that could be grounds for exclusion from a jury in a trial, not grounds for inclusion.)

Mosby declared in her speech announcing the charges that she had heard the calls for “No justice, no peace,” and was responding to them with the indictments.

Finally, unlike with whites, contrary to the MSM line on her, Mosby’s family background in law enforcement does not mean that she appreciates the dangers and sacrifices lawmen face. Most black cops are counter-policemen, who do not put service to the law first. Indeed, she brags that her grandfather was the founder of a black counter-police organization.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Who initially declared that she would permit the racist black thugs to riot, who then spoke of “thugs,” but then backtracked and denied that there are any thugs in Baltimore City, today vowed to gut the Police Department:

“I will continue to be relentless in changing the culture of the police department. As mayor, I have said from the beginning that no one is above the law in our city. I was sickened and heartbroken by the statement of charges that we heard today, because no one in our city is above the law. Justice must apply to all of us, equally. With today’s official indictment, I have ordered Police Commissioner Batts to utilize the full extent of his legal authority, and immediately suspend all officers facing felony charges. In fact, warrants have been executed, and five officers are in custody. We know that the vast majority of the men and the women in the Baltimore City Police Department serve our city with pride, with courage, with honor, and with distinction. But to those of you who wish to engage in brutality, misconduct, racism, and corruption, let me be clear, there is no place in the Baltimore City Police Department for you. Today’s indictments are the next step in the legal process that is running its course. And as mayor, I will continue to be relentless in changing the culture of the police department to ensure that every one in our city is treated equally under the law. There will be justice for Mr. Gray, there will be justice for his family, and there will be justice for the people of Baltimore. Thank you.” [“Baltimore Mayor: ‘I Will Continue to be Relentless’ To Change Police ‘Culture’” by Ian Hanchett, Breitbart, 1 May 2015.]

Baltimore’s police union, the Fraternal Order of Police, led by Gene Ryan, is so far standing by their officers, protesting their innocence, and demanding that Mosby be replaced with a special prosecutor. FOP attorney Michael Davey complained that he had “never seen such a rush” to file charges against cops, and believes that the charges, in a case where the investigation was not completed, was politically motivated, due to the “publicity” (i.e., the media).

The 28 charges against the six officers

From WTVR:

Officer Garrett E. Miller
1) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs,)
3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)
4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment* )
5) False imprisonment (8th Amendment* )

Sgt. Alicia D. White
1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)
2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr.
1) Second degree depraved heart murder (30 yrs.)
2) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)
3) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
4) Manslaughter by vehicle (gross negligence) (10 yrs.)
5) Manslaughter by vehicle (criminal negligence) (3 yrs.)
6) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment* )

Officer William G. Porter
1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)
2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Lt. Brian W. Rice
1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 yrs.)
2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
3) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)
5) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)
6) False imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

Officer Edward M. Nero
1) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
2) Assault/second degree (10 yrs.)
3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)
4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment* )
5) False imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

*Any sentence that does not constitute cruel & unusual punishment

[Full list of charges filed against six officers in death of Freddie Gray by CNN Wire, WTVR, 11:45 a.m., May 1, 2015, updated at 11:54 a.m., May 1, 2015.]

The Crucifixion of Michael Slager (My New VDARE Report is Up!)


Walter Scott and Michael Slager; Who was the vic, and who the perp?

By Nicholas Stix

At VDARE (Where else?).

Starbucks: Race, Race, Race, That’s All You Want to Talk About! Will You Shut Up, Already?! We’ve Closed Our Baltimore Store, Because We’re Terrified of Race! Happy, Now? Signed, Sgt. Schultz

By Nicholas Stix

Note that the sign was written by an illiterate.

It’s the Usual War Crimes, in South Africa: Blacks Gang-Rape and Murder White, 86-Year-Old Austrian Nun; 3 Suspects Arrested; Police Cover-Story: "Robbery"


War crime victim Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher, listed variously as 86 or 87 (Facebook)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thanks to reader-researcher Jerry PDX, who writes,

I don't know if there any words for this one.

I could find no pictures or actual names of the perps.

Nun, 86, gang-raped, killed in South African convent
By Lee Moran
April 22, 2015, 8:37 A.M.
Updated: April 22, 2015, 8:37 A.M.
New York Daily News

Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher, 86, was found dead in a South African convent Sunday after burglars sexually assaulted her.

An elderly nun was savagely gang-raped and then murdered in her own bedroom at a South African convent, police say.

Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher was bound and gagged with an electric typewriter cord after bandits broke into the Sacred Heart Missionary in Ixopo. Her body was found Sunday.

The thieves stole cash from the 86-year-old, then sexually assaulted and killed her, reports the Independent Online.

The sister's remains were found by another nun at the convent, 85 miles southwest of Durban.

Cops are now hunting for the gang.

"We are following all leads. We are also appealing to the community to come forward with any information that will help us solve this case," police spokesman Major Thulani Zwane said.


Small town Ixopo, South Africa, is where the horrific crime happened. (Google Maps)

Tributes have been paid to Sister Gertrud, who was born in Austria but spent more than 60 years working at the South African missionary.

"She had a very kind heart and was loved by everyone," fellow mission Sister Gerald said.

"I met sister in 1952, when I started teaching at a school attached to the mission. We worked very closely together. She loved her work with children," friend Betty Firmstone said.

"This really was an act of savagery against a gentle, caring soul," she added.

Murder: 3 black men arrested for rape/murder of Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher, Austrian nun 86, who taught children at Sacred Heart mission for 60 years
01:57 Apr 29 2015 Ixopo, South Africa


29 April 2015: UPDATE: Three black men arrested for murder of sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher, 86 of Sacred Heart Convent in Ixopo, KZN on 18 April 2015:

April 29 2015 - "The KwaZulu-Natal police made a breakthrough yesterday when they arrested three (black) suspects who were allegedly involved in the killing of a sister at the Sacred Heart Convent in Ixopo. The arrested suspects aged between 25 and 35 are due to appear in the Ixopo Magistrates Court tomorrow facing murder, house robbery and rape charges. During their arrest, they were found in possession of some of the stolen property which were positively identified as property belonging to the victim. It is alleged that on 18 April 2015, at about 19:00, Gertrud Tiefenbacher (86), a sister at Sacred Heart Convent was found dead in her room. It is alleged that the victim was at her residence when she was approached by the suspects who allegedly tied her hands with an electric typewriter cord.

She was also covered with a towel over her face, causing the victim to suffocate. It is alleged that foreign currency had been taken from Tiefebacher’s room. It is also suspected that the victim was raped before she was killed. The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Mmamonnye Ngobeni commended the task team for their hard work that led to the arrest of the suspects. “We believe that some of the missing goods will be recovered as the members are still investigating the matter. I also wish to thank members of the community who responded to my call and provided information to the police which aided in the arrest of the suspects,” she said. Media enquiries: Major Thulani Zwane - 071 683 6525



Media Statement from KwaZulu Natal Media Centre Corporate Communication

KZN convent in shock after nun's brutal murder
2015-04-22 10:48
Amil Umraw, The Witness

Pietermaritzburg - “Her rosary was wrapped around her wrists and she was clutching onto the cross when we found her.”

This is how fellow sisters from an Ixopo convent discovered the body of one of their elderly and most beloved members, Gertrud Tiefenbacher, 87.

The octogenarian was murdered in her room during the early hours of Sunday morning.
Police are on the hunt for the suspects involved in the murder, appealing to the Ixopo community for information regarding their whereabouts.

Tiefenbacher was found dead on the floor next to her bed in her room at the Sacred Heart Home in Ixopo, with the cord of her electronic typewriter binding her hands together and a wet towel, believed to have been used to suffocate her, over her face.

Police believe that Tiefenbacher was also raped by her killer, but a source close to the investigation said they are awaiting forensic reports before this can be confirmed.

Motherly figure

Known to those close to her as Stefani, Tiefenbacher was described by her convent sisters as a motherly figure with a young heart. Born in Austria in 1928, Tiefenbacher lived with a foster family on a small farm before she came to South Africa in 1952.

“She was a people’s person and held the impoverished and the young children in the community close to her heart,” said Sister Gerald Frye.

“It was very shocking to us. How can people come right into the heart of the convent and do this in God’s home?”

Tiefenbacher was a Missionary Sister of the Precious Blood for more than 60 years, and worked at the Little Flower School as a teacher and secretary for 40 of those years until 1992.

According to other sisters, she enjoyed spending her days typing letters to past students, sisters and relatives on her typewriter.

Anxious voices

Frye said she was asleep when she heard the anxious voices of fellow sisters calling Tiefenbacher’s name outside the door of her bedroom just before 03:00 on Sunday morning.

The nuns, who had noticed that Tiefenbacher’s door was ajar, were nervously whispering “Sister Stefani, Sister Stefani?” said Frye. They entered when they failed to receive any answer, and discovered her body.

“We all stood along the stairway and prayed for her as the police took away her body,” said Frye.

Frye believes the killers cut a hole in the outer fence of the Roman Catholic Church premises that house the convent and entered through a side door that one of the sisters forgot to lock.

The suspects ransacked the pantry, taking fruit, alcohol and other groceries.

They also made off with Tiefenbacher’s money - about €2 000 (R26 000).

Sister Christopher Kneringer said they were all sitting together playing cards with Tiefenbacher the night before her murder.

“She was a stout lady who loved her meals. She was very generous. She was ever ready to do something for someone else,” one of the sisters said.


Frye said that even though the sisters are mourning her death, they have come to peace with it after one, who was very close to Tiefenbacher, dreamt of her on Monday.

Sister Regina said that in her dream Tiefenbacher came through the door of the convent and gave her a big hug, saying that she did not get a chance to say goodbye.

Tiefenbacher is survived by a younger sister and brother in Austria, who have been notified of her death.

Frye said she had been inundated with calls from Austrian media and from Tiefenbacher’s distraught former students.

“This shows that people can take our human life but never our eternal life that God has prepared for us.

“She is in a better place now,” Frye said.

Anyone with information about the murder should contact officer Thembelihle Hlangu at 076 828 9582, Warrant Officer Zindela Madondo at 076 919 0372; or Crime Stop at 086 001 011

Sacred Heart Home
PO Box 7, Ixopo 3276
Tel: (039) 834 1106
Intenational: +27 39 834 1106
Fax: (039) 834 2758
International fax: +27 39 834 2758

Task Team to investigate rape/murder of Sister Gertrud Tiefebacher, 86, in Ixopo KZN on 18/04.
"Sister Gertrud Tiefebacher, 86, was in her residence when she was approached by suspects who tied her hands with a typewriter cord.

Her face with covered with a towel, causing her to suffocate. It is alleged that foreign currency was taken from sister Tiefebacher's room.

It is also suspected that she was raped before she was killed.'

Foreign news media links Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher's murder and gang-rape by black male attackers at South african convent to the wave of attacks against foreigners:

Malta newspaper: " Elderly Austrian nun Gertrud Tiefenbacher, 86, gang-raped, murdered in South African convent. " Police have launched a manhunt for a group of men who are believed to have broken into the convent at the weekend.

22 April 2015 Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher, 86, has been gang-raped and murdered by robbers for a small amount of money in South Africa.

Police said Sister Tiefenbacher was found dead by another nun at the Sacred Heart Home, in the eastern town of Ixopo.

The nun, an Austrian immigrant, had been gagged and bound with a cord from an electric typewriter.

Police have launched a manhunt for a group of black men who are believed to have broken into the convent at the weekend.

According to Sister Gerald, another nun at the mission, the octogenarian had dedicated her life to uplifting the community.

She had been at the mission for the past sixty years. She was especially fond of her work with impoverished children.

“She had a very kind heart and was loved by everyone.” The murder came as the South African government mobilised soldiers to keep the peace in areas hit by a spate of violent attacks targeting immigrants.

Murder: An Austrian nun, 86 who has been at the Ixopo mission in South Africa for the past sixty years working among the poor, was attacked inside her own quarters at the Sacred Heart mission, tied up, gagged, raped and strangled to death. However the police emphasized that she was 'robbed'. A woman who has taken a vow of poverty doesn't have much to 'rob'.

reported by Suthentira Govender

20 april, 2015 The South african police are combing a small KwaZulu-Natal midlands town for the killers of an elderly Austrian nun‚ who was allegedly raped and strangled over the weekend.
Although it's claimed she was 'robbed', the Austrian nun worked closely with poor people and having taken a vow of poverty only carried a small amount of cash.

The 86-year-old nun was found gagged and bound with a typewriter cord‚ in her quarters at the Sacred Heart Mission in Ixopo‚ police said on Monday.

The Austrian immigrant‚ who has been with the mission for 60 years‚ was found by another nun on Sunday morning.

She was alone in her room when the robbers struck‚ tied her up, the police believe she also was raped before she was strangled to death.

“Rape is also suspected in this matter. The victim was found tied with a typewriter cord. She was also gagged‚” said police spokesman Major Thulani Zwane.

It is understood that the nun worked closely with impoverished children in the community‚ and was described by her fellow nuns as having a “kind heart and love for children”.

-RDM News Wire

Murder: Austrian nun, 86 murdered: gagged, tied up, raped, strangled in her own quarters, Sacred Heart Mission, in Ixopo

reported by Suthentira Govender

20 april, 2015 The South african police are combing a small KwaZulu-Natal midlands town for the killers of an elderly Austrian nun‚ who was allegedly raped and strangled over the weekend.

The mission is located at Margaret Street, Ixopo, Pietermaritzburg, KZN. telephone: (039) 834-1106

Although it's claimed she was 'robbed', the Austrian nun worked closely with poor people and having taken a vow of poverty only carried a small amount of cash.

The 86-year-old nun was found gagged and bound with a typewriter cord‚ in her quarters at the Sacred Heart Mission in Ixopo‚ police said on Monday.

The Austrian immigrant‚ who has been with the mission for 60 years‚ was found by another nun on Sunday morning.

She was alone in her room when the robbers struck‚ tied her up, the police believe she also was raped before she was strangled to death.

“Rape is also suspected in this matter. The victim was found tied with a typewriter cord. She was also gagged‚” said police spokesman Major Thulani Zwane.

It is understood that the nun worked closely with impoverished children in the community‚ and was described by her fellow nuns as having a “kind heart and love for children”.

-RDM News Wire

Sacred Heart Home (Ixopo)

The Sacred Heart Home in Ixopo (Ubuhlebezwe Municipality) has a long history. Already in 1923 it opened its doors to the sisters who had come to offer their missionary service to the largely coloured community of the area.

Although a community with many elderly sisters, our CPS there are active and involved in many forms of service:

Educational ministry at Little Flower School
Pastoral Care at the Christ the King Hospital
Prayer Ministry

Sacred Heart Home is also the home of our Province’s noviciate and thus serves as a formation house for young women aspiring to join our Congregation (see Formation).

Another noteworthy feature is the “Educational Outreach Program” that has been run for over 12 years now on a Saturday morning. Here children and adolescents gather, who come from disadvantaged families of the area and who did not have the benefit of education because of financial constraints. Volunteers work with them and try to grow them holistically so that they can become

Contact: 039 834 1106
News Source Link


Thursday, April 30, 2015

Israel Insufficiently Racist, Violent, Towards Gibsmedat Ethiopians




The Baltimore Riots: The Immigration Dimension

By Nicholas Stix


Jailbird Illinois Governor Dies; No, Not That One! And Not that One! No, Not that One, Either!


Illinois governor and convicted felon, Dan Walker

By Nicholas Stix

It’s not Otto Kerner, Dan Ryan, or Rod Blagojevich.

Like the song says, in Fiddler on the Roof, in Illinois, the governor wearing jail stripes is "tradition!"


Baltimore Riots: See What "Peaceful" Black "Protesters" Did to a 61-Year-Old White Man (Warning: Explicit Photo)

Multiculturalism and Anthropomorphism

By Nicholas Stix

At Ex-Army.

See Sam Peckinpah’s Revolutionary TV Series, The Westerner: S01E03 “Brown” (1960), starring Brian Keith and John Dehner, Presented Without Commercial Interruption

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Twenty-two years ago, I started reading a biography of Sam Peckinpah. The author argued that there was a point at which Peckinpah went from being a hack to someone who made TV shows like they were movies. That moment was in this episode. The camera focuses on a bottle of hooch being tied with a string, and hoisted form the street to a roof.

Having seen some of Peckinpah’s earlier work on the series The Rifleman, which he’d also created, and his two previous episodes of The Westerner, I think the author’s judgment was unnecessarily severe. This episode is extraordinary, compared to other TV Westerns, but not for Peckinpah, and certainly not for The Westerner, a uniquely brilliant series, from what I’ve so far seen. The show starred Brian Keith as itinerant cowboy Dave Blassingame. Keith wasn’t much to look at, and played with the greatest restraint, and as a result, he was one of the most underrated actors of his generation, but he never wanted for work.

This episode introduces the character of Burgundy Smith, a scoundrel played by John Dehner, who was a hugely successful ham on TV. He wasn’t a better actor than Brian Keith, but Hollywood loves a ham. The chemistry between the two is as splendid as the contrast between the understated Keith and the over-the-top Dehner.

“Brown” has one of the longest, funniest fight scenes you’ll ever see, and the most unique in its motivation.

Peckinpah wrote three episodes in which he paired Dehner and Keith as friends, enemies, rivals, you name it, and between the affection he held for the characters, and the storyteller’s (like the composer’s) habit of “cannibalizing” material, he updated it in a legendary teleplay set in the present on the anthology series, The Dick Powell Theatre, The Losers, starring Lee Marvin and Keenan Wynn as the same characters! That teleplay aired on January 15, 1963, when Lee Marvin was just about the world’s hottest actor, and was appearing constantly on the small and big screen.

Original air date: October 21, 1960


Published on Oct 18, 2014 by Sam Peckinpah's The Westerner (1960).

Original series run 09-30-1960 thru 12-30-1960.

Episodes previously aired at WEJB/NSU:

“TV Like You’ve Never Seen It! A Foray into Hell: The Premiere Episode of Sam Peckinpah’s The Westerner (1960)”; and

“A Lynching: Classic Sam Peckinpah on TV; The Westerner (1960), Episode 2” “School Days.”

See the earlier classic, Sam Peckinpah-created TV Western, The Rifleman:

“The First Episode Ever of the Classic Western Series, The Rifleman, Starring Chuck Connors and Johnny Crawford: ‘The Sharpshooter’ (1958)”;

“Classic TV: The Rifleman: ‘Home Ranch’; Season One, Episode 2”;

“‘End of a Young Gun’: Season 1, Episode 3,” The Rifleman, Written by Frank Gilroy, Directed by Jerry Hopper, and Guest Starring Michael Landon;

“‘The Marshal’: Season 1, Episode 4,” The Rifleman, Guest Starring Paul Fix, Robert Willke, Warren Oates and James Drury, and Written and Directed by Sam Peckinpah”; and

“Chuck Connors is… The Rifleman: ‘The Brother-in-Law’ Season 1, Episode 5 (1958) Created by Sam Peckinpah (Complete Video).”

Of related interest, at WEJB/NSU:

Ride the High Country: A Christian Western from… Sam Peckinpah?!

“Unforgettable TV Music: Two Themes from The Rifleman, Composed by Herschel Burke Gilbert”;

“Classic TV Western Themes from Bonanza, Rawhide, Wagon Train and The Rifleman, with Pics of Young Clint Eastwood, Michael Landon, Lorne Greene, Pernell Roberts, Dan Blocker, Chuck Connors, John McIntire and the Great Ward Bond!”; and

“The Ballad of Paladin from the Classic Richard Boone TV Western, Have Gun Will Travel, Sung by Johnny Western.”

After Setting Loose Their Frankenstein Monster of Murderous Black Race Mania to Gin Up Election Day Turnout, Dems Find That He Doesn’t Want to Come Back to the Lab (Ann Coulter)



By Nicholas Stix

It’s beginning to look as if the Democratic Party can’t whip African-Americans into an anti-white frenzy to turn out on Election Day, and then say, “OK, thanks, guys! That’s all we need.”

How else do liberals explain the upsurge in racial unrest since Obama became president? Why would white racism—their view—latent for the previous 15 years, burst forth meteorically just as the country elected its first black president?

Did we elect this bumbling incompetent, then suddenly remember that we’re racists?

I have an explanation! It’s subtly alluded to in the title of my book, Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama. What’s theirs?

Read the whole thing at VDARE.

Standoff at Police Headquarters: Terrorists Seek to Leverage Baltimore’s Racist Black Riots to Engage in New Riots in Ferguson, but Those Mean, Militarized Cops are Intimidating Them Out of It (Photo)

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Black Genius Ta-Nehisi Coates: Baltimore’s Riots are Justified Responses to Police Violence; No Comments Permitted, Not Even from White Uncle Tom Sycophants!


This is apparently The Atlantic's pathetic attempt to turn this into a "Tiananmen Square" moment. I heard someone talkng like this on a comment thread the other day, and said that it made no sense.

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Nonviolence as Compliance
Officials calling for calm can offer no rational justification for Gray's death, and so they appeal for order.
By Ta-Nehisi Coates
April 27, 2015
The Atlantic

Rioting broke out on Monday in Baltimore—an angry response to the death of Freddie Gray, a death my native city seems powerless to explain. Gray did not die mysteriously in some back alley but in the custody of the city's publicly appointed guardians of order. And yet the mayor of that city and the commissioner of that city's police still have no idea what happened. I suspect this is not because the mayor and police commissioner are bad people, but because the state of Maryland prioritizes the protection of police officers charged with abuse over the citizens who fall under its purview.

The citizens who live in West Baltimore, where the rioting began, intuitively understand this. I grew up across the street from Mondawmin Mall, where today's riots began. My mother was raised in the same housing project, Gilmor Homes, where Freddie Gray was killed. Everyone I knew who lived in that world regarded the police not with admiration and respect but with fear and caution. People write these feelings off as wholly irrational at their own peril, or their own leisure. The case against the Baltimore police, and the society that superintends them, is easily made:

Over the past four years, more than 100 people have won court judgments or settlements related to allegations of brutality and civil rights violations. Victims include a 15-year-old boy riding a dirt bike, a 26-year-old pregnant accountant who had witnessed a beating, a 50-year-old woman selling church raffle tickets, a 65-year-old church deacon rolling a cigarette and an 87-year-old grandmother aiding her wounded grandson ....

And in almost every case, prosecutors or judges dismissed the charges against the victims—if charges were filed at all. In an incident that drew headlines recently, charges against a South Baltimore man were dropped after a video showed an officer repeatedly punching him—a beating that led the police commissioner to say he was “shocked.”

The money paid out by the city to cover for the brutal acts of its police department would be enough to build "a state-of-the-art rec center or renovations at more than 30 playgrounds." Instead, the money was used to cover for the brutal acts of the city's police department and ensure they remained well beyond any semblance of justice.

Now, tonight, I turn on the news and I see politicians calling for young people in Baltimore to remain peaceful and "nonviolent." These well-intended pleas strike me as the right answer to the wrong question.

To understand the question, it's worth remembering what, specifically, happened to Freddie Gray. An officer made eye contact with Gray. Gray, for unknown reasons, ran. The officer and his colleagues then detained Gray. They found him in possession of a switchblade. They arrested him while he yelled in pain. And then, within an hour, his spine was mostly severed. A week later, he was dead. What specifically was the crime here? What particular threat did Freddie Gray pose? Why is mere eye contact and then running worthy of detention at the hands of the state? Why is Freddie Gray dead?

When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out, it exposes itself as a ruse.

The people now calling for nonviolence are not prepared to answer these questions. Many of them are charged with enforcing the very policies that led to Gray's death, and yet they can offer no rational justification for Gray's death and so they appeal for calm. But there was no official appeal for calm when Gray was being arrested. There was no appeal for calm when Jerriel Lyles was assaulted. (“The blow was so heavy. My eyes swelled up. Blood was dripping down my nose and out my eye.”) There was no claim for nonviolence on behalf of Venus Green. (“Bitch, you ain’t no better than any of the other old black bitches I have locked up.”) There was no plea for peace on behalf of Starr Brown. (“They slammed me down on my face,” Brown added, her voice cracking. “The skin was gone on my face.")

When nonviolence is preached as an attempt to evade the repercussions of political brutality, it betrays itself. When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out, it exposes itself as a ruse. When nonviolence is preached by the representatives of the state, while the state doles out heaps of violence to its citizens, it reveals itself to be a con. And none of this can mean that rioting or violence is "correct" or "wise," any more than a forest fire can be "correct" or "wise." Wisdom isn't the point tonight. Disrespect is. In this case, disrespect for the hollow law and failed order that so regularly disrespects the community.

Baltimore: Video of Racist Black-on-White Riot That “Reporters” Brandon Soderberg and Caitlin Goldblatt at the Baltimore City Paper Insist was a “Peaceful Protest” that Racist Whites Provoked into Violence, and Who “Robbed” the Looters

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Violence in Baltimore

Published on Apr 25, 2015 by Ados Constant.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Ramirez Cartoon: What was Burned Down in Baltimore

Ted Sizer’s Educational Humbuggery: The “Military Model”



By Nicholas Stix


Breaking News: Report Says that Freddie Gray Had Just Had Spinal and Neck Surgery One Week Earlier, and was Supposed to be Off His Feet!


The arrest of Freddie Gray

By Nicholas Stix

The following report is from a source I had never heard of before today. Thus, although it claims that its report is “confirmed,” it isn’t confirmed in my book. And yet, the report is too explosive to ignore.

If you saw the video of Gray’s arrest, he was in extreme pain, when the cops put him in the paddy wagon. That circumstances has been used to condemn the police for not summoning medical help at the scene, in alternation with condemnation for police supposedly killing Gray from the ride in the paddy wagon.

A law enforcement source said that while there is no problem with calling for and waiting on medical help for a white suspect in custody on the street in a white neighborhood, doing the same for a black suspect in custody in a black neighborhood can be extremely dangerous.

BREAKING: Freddie Gray Had Spine Surgery Just One Week Before Arrest
April 28, 2015

CONFIRMED: Court records show Freddie Gray was receiving a structured settlement from Allstate Insurance and attempted to convert it into one lump sum in early March

EXCLUSIVE: The Fourth Estate has learned that Freddie Gray’s life-ending injuries to his spine may have possibly been the result of spinal and neck surgery that he allegedly received a week before he was arrested, not from rough excessively rough treatment or abuse from police.

The Fourth Estate has contacted sources who allege that Freddie Gray received spinal and neck surgery a week before we was arrested, and was allegedly receiving a large structured settlement from Allstate Insurance. The surgery is allegedly related to a car accident in which Gray was involved.

Sources allege that Gray also attempted to refinance his structured settlement into one lump sum payment through Peachtree Funding.

If this is true, then it is possible that Gray’s spinal injury resulting from his encounter with the Baltimore Police was not the result of rough-handling or abuse, but rather a freak accident that occurred when Gray should have been at home resting, not selling drugs.

The structured settlement from Allstate and Gray’s attempt to convert it into one lump sum payment has been confirmed by Howard County Circuit Court Records



It is reasonable to believe that the injuries Gray suffered after the arrest were not related to the police’s treatment of him at all. Spinal and neck surgery is a large ordeal, and doctors advise weeks of bed rest and taking it easy in order to not rupture the patient’s recently fused spine.

Freddy Gray decided to go out and start selling drugs again instead of healing properly. The police didn’t mistreat him at all; he mistreated himself.

Yes, There is a “Baltimore Riot”; Baltimore Sun is in Extreme Denial

By Nicholas Stix


Would Martin Luther King Jr. Have been Heartbroken by the Baltimore Riots?

By Nicholas Stix


More Riot Humor: Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, on Why She was Late to Her Presser (Poster)


This is Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Riot: “We Also Gave Those Who Wished to Destroy, Space to Do That, as Well” (Smoking Gun Video)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Mayor Rawlings-Blake has since lied, in denying that she said she’d given the rioters carte blanche to wreak mayhem.

Baltimore Mayor: We Gave Them Space to Destroy

Published on Apr 26, 2015 by Digitas Daily.

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake press conference about the Freddie Gray riots.

Transportation in Baltimore: This Bus Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (Photo)

Is There Today Any Governor or Mayor Willing to Attack Black Community Leaders for Starting Riots? Spiro Agnew and the Baltimore Riots of 1968


Spiro Agnew


Monday, April 27, 2015

Taleeb Starkes: “These Black Lives Matter Guys Always Support the Worst People; Freddie Gray? It Could be Freddie Kruger”

By Nicholas Stix


Baltimore: “Protesters” Beat White Cameraman to a Bloody Pulp, Rob Him of His Camera (Graphic Photo)

Breaking News: Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles-Recap

By “W”


Baltimore Riot Humor

Baltimore: Images from Mayor Stephanie Rawling-Blake’s Riots: A Burning Police Van (#FreddieGray)

Baltimore: Mayor Stephanie Rawling-Blake’s Assassin Squads are Not Targeting Policemen, They are Targeting White Policemen (Photo of Unconscious, White Cop)

Baltimore: At Camden Yards, Privileged White Male Forces Righteous Black Man to Stab Him (Photo)

Baltimore: Shame on These Racist White Women for Trying to Steal This Poor Black Man's Purse (Photo)

Baltimore: Tonight's Game Cancelled—Fly Away, Orioles?

By Nicholas Stix

Orioles COO John Angelos has been twitting pc garbage that’s Greek to me, in support of the racist rioters beating his white, paying, law-abiding fans to a pulp, but how long will it be before he packs up and takes the club out of town in the middle of the night?

Baltimore: Where is the Maryland National Guard?

By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat

[Breaking News, posted at 4:45 p.m. ET] Seven Baltimore police officers have suffered major injuries, including one who is unconscious and others with broken bones during clashes with protesters Monday, Capt. Eric Kowalczyk said.
Where is the Maryland National Guard?

Heck, even the Reverend (sic) Al Sharpton is on his way to Charm City.

N.S.: Mayor Rawlings-Blake doesn't want the Guard, because she's waging war on her own police force. It's her accelerated AA program--kill off and maim as many white cops as possible. Those are her guys attacking the police.

Baltimore Riot: Live Video from the City We (Likely) Won’t be Visiting Again

By “W”

At MSN/Reuters.

Black Parenting in Baltimore: A Little Boy’s Contribution to the Fight for Injustice (Photo)

Perfect Anarcho-Tyranny in Baltimore


Members of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's riot coalition: The Nation of Islam, Crips, and Bloods

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

By Nicholas Stix

Black Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake orders her own police force to refuse to protect law-abiding white fans being pummeled by black supremacists outside of Camden Yards before last night's game. Later in the night, she imprisons the white fans within the ballpark, while letting the rioters... run riot outside. She is using the black gangs she's ordered the police to protect, to wage war on her own handcuffed police force. Apparently, her accelerated affirmative action plan consists of killing off and maiming as many white cops as possible.

Breaking News from Baltimore: 7 Cops Maimed, 1 Unconscious, in Today’s Rioting, as Racist Rioters, Including the Black Guerilla Family, Bloods, and Crips, Under the Direction of the Nation of Islam, are Targeting Handcuffed Policemen


Note the red bowties the NOI terrorists are wearing, apparently to emphasize their new alliance with the Bloods

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I added the Nation of Islam, because this has been its show. Why CNN would leave it out… you’d have to ask its bosses.

Rocks, bricks thrown at police in Baltimore
By Dana Ford
Updated 4:45 P.M. ET, Mon April 27, 2015
[Absolutely no comments… ever!]

Story highlights
• Video shows police in riot gear taking cover behind an armored vehicle
• The violence comes the same day as the funeral for Freddie Gray

(CNN)[Breaking news, posted at 4:45 p.m. ET]

Seven Baltimore police officers have suffered major injuries, including one who is unconscious and others with broken bones during clashes with protesters Monday, Capt. Eric Kowalczyk said.

He described those responsible for the violence as "outrageous criminals."

Officers are working to restore order and arrest those who attacked police, Kowalczyk told reporters.

"You're going to see tear gas. You're going to see pepper balls. We're going to use appropriate methods to ensure that we're able to preserve the safety of that community," he said.

[Original story, posted at 4:28 p.m. ET]

Several officers were injured Monday as police and protesters, upset over the recent death of Freddie Gray, clashed on the streets of Baltimore.

The severity of their injuries was not immediately clear, nor was it clear how many officers were hurt.

Video showed police in riot gear taking cover behind an armored vehicle, as protesters pelted them with rocks.

At one point, it looked like officers used tear gas. The Baltimore Police Department said it had heard reports of protesters setting small items on fire.

Earlier in the day, the department said it had received a "credible threat" that gangs were teaming up to "take out" officers.

It did not say where the information came from, nor did it say whether the threat was tied to Gray's death. Gray died in police custody under circumstances that remain unclear.

His death has sparked ongoing protests in Baltimore and raised long-simmering tensions between police and residents there.

"The Baltimore Police Department/Criminal Intelligence Unit has received credible information that members of various gangs including the Black Guerilla Family, Bloods, and Crips have entered into a partnership to 'take out' law enforcement officers," police said.

"This is a credible threat. Law enforcement agencies should take appropriate precautions to ensure the safety of their officers," police said.

Over the weekend, a few protesters vandalized police cars, threw objects at officers, cursed at them and scuffled with them.
About a dozen young men smashed squad cars with garbage cans, climbed on top of them and stomped on them, CNN video showed.
Also on Monday, hundreds attended Gray's funeral. The 25-year-old was arrested on April 12, and died one week later from a fatal spinal chord injury.

The Huffington Post is Recruiting for White Nationalism!

By Nicholas Stix

At Occidental Dissent.

Did Police Commissioner William Bratton “Disappear” a Murder in New York City?

By Nicholas Stix

On Saturday night, a man was shot and killed in Rockaway Park, Queens, on Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Beach 112th Street, at around 8 p.m. My sources are neighborhood workers, who also reported that an NYPD helicopter flew overhead near the crime scene, following the murder. Yellow crime scene tape was up that night at the crime scene.

A Web search turned up no media reports of the killing.

When I lived in Far Rockaway (1994-1997), local workers claimed to me that at least five murders were committed in 1994 and 1996 that somehow never made the news.

In December 1994, or January 1995, a white Cuban taxi driver told me that during one weekend night in December 1994, between ca. 9 p.m. and 3 a.m. along Cornaga and Mott Avenues, which cross, four different people were shot to death, in four separate attacks.

In 1996, a black security guard named William Jackson, who worked in my building on Beach 15th Street, told me of a murder that had recently been committed in a neighboring building.

I have no idea if those stories were true, but I believe the one about Rockaway Beach Boulevard, because it was still “hot,” when the witnesses were talking about it just a few hours later and the next morning.

I know of only two other murders that New York authorities sought to disappear.

In 1986, authorities successfully disappeared the murder of 19-month-old Christopher Marchiselli. I only stumbled onto this heinous child abuse killing 24 years later. In 2012, the NYPD tried but failed to hide the stabbing murder of 85-year-old Gloria Cadet.

Remembering 19-Month-Old Christopher Marchiselli, One of New York’s “Disappeared” Murders


[Previously, by this writer:

“Gloria Cadet Case: NYPD Gets Caught Hiding a Murder (Again)”;

“‘Disappearing’ Urban Crime”;

“From Compstat to Fakestat: The Epidemic of Fraudulent Official Crime Reports”; and

“Stix Vindicated! Academics, Magazine Confirm Big City Police Are ‘Disappearing’ Crime.”]

Under Mayor Ed Koch, the year 1988 saw a record-breaking number of murders in New York City, 1,896. We can only imagine what the true total was.

However, even that phony number was exceeded the following year, with a new record 1,905 official murders, and that new record was completely shattered in 1990, the first year of the reign of “racial healer,” black socialist David Dinkins. Dinkins’ rule, by far the bloodiest in New York City history, saw the following official numbers for murder: 8,340 in four years, for an annual average of 2,085.

1990: 2,245
1991: 2,154
1992: 1,995
1993: 1,946

Leftwing NYC Family Court Judge Rhoda Cohen Transforms Gruesome Murder of 19-Month-Old Son Through Scalding and Drowning into Misdemeanor Child “Neglect”

By Nicholas Stix
August 7, 2012

I found the 24-year-old article below when I was looking for material on Bronx Family Court Judge Rhoda Cohen, who was the worst family court judge I ever dealt with as a foster-care caseworker, a lifetime ago. For Judge Cohen, it wasn’t over ‘til the unfit mother won.

Not that I ever saw the good judge. Fortunately, I only had one natural mother from the Bronx at the time. Most of them were from Brooklyn, where I lived, which is why I was assigned Brooklyn cases.

When my natural mother had a court date, she didn’t bother showing up. That was sufficient grounds to terminate her parental rights for the son and daughter in question, but not in Judge Cohen’s court. Instead, she had us wait around a few hours, and then just issued mom a new court date. And since it was at least a three-hour round trip to Bronx Family Court, plus waiting time, Judge Cohen wasted an entire day of my precious work time.

Another reason this article is significant to me is that it shows not the police, but a judge “disappearing” a murder.

I have reported, time and again, on police agencies’ routine fraud in compiling crime statistics, but notwithstanding mid-1990s’ rumors of several murders in Far Rockaway, where I was then living, I have rarely managed to find reports of “disappeared” murders. However, I am convinced that many murders have been disappeared in this fashion, as part of the revolutionary dip in crime.

You don’t hide the body, you hide the cause of death, or the report, and thus the stat. Or you hide the report. Murders become suicides, accidental deaths, deaths by natural causes (e.g., drowning), or get lost or stolen. In early 1996, Newsday reporter Leonard Levitt learned of a murder that the NYPD had covered up. Once the killing was exposed, the brass asserted that a reporter had stolen all the police reports of the murder from the press room.

[Postscript, April 27, 2015: I contacted Levitt last year, to ask him about that report, in order to find the name of the murder victim, but he could no longer remember the story.]

As Steve Sailer predicted during the Hurricane Katrina anarchy, medical examiners were bound not to examine corpses terribly closely for signs of trauma or gunshot wounds, once the waters subsided, and to find creative ways to reduce the number of the murdered, while the media would diminish the violence, and he was right. (See my reports on Katrina: 1,900-word version; two-part, 3,900-word version—here and here—and 9,900-word version.)

Note, too, that after the authorities did a preliminary count of the dead (who were determined to be white way out of the expected proportion) following Katrina, they never revised it.

I would appreciate readers sending in any reports where the deceased, who were initially reported to have not been murdered, were later discovered to have been murdered.

As for the following story, I checked the New York Times’ archives under both “Christopher Marchiselli” and “April Marchiselli,” and came up with nothing. Longtime Democratic Bronx DA Mario Merola had died in office, after 15 years, of a cerebral hemorrhage, and under his interim replacement, Paul T. Gentile, the office devolved into chaotic infighting, dissuading Gentile from seeking election.

A black, lefty, low-level city judge, Robert Johnson, was delivered the office on an affirmative action platter by the supposedly rival Liberal and Republican parties, and when he polled only 39 percent in the Democratic primary, he was still the party’s standard-bearer, since the next-highest polling candidate received only 28 percent of primary ballots cast. (The New York City primary system for local offices has since been reformed, and in a primary in which no one polls the majority of votes, there must be a run-off between the two top candidates.)

Johnson became Bronx DA on January 1, 1989, and has controlled the office ever since. It looks like he wasn’t interested in making his ally, Rhoda Cohen look bad, of riling feminist voters, or of “increasing” the number of murders in the Bronx in 1988.

I’ll see if I can find out more about this case, but it won’t be easy.

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Appeals Court Finds Mother Guilty of Abuse in Son's Death
By John T. McQuiston
February 29, 1988
New York Times

A Manhattan appeals court has overturned a Family Court ruling and found a Bronx mother guilty of abuse in the death of her 19-month-old son, who was found scalded and drowned in a bathtub. The appeals court also ruled that her 5-year-old son should be removed from her custody.

Testimony in the case showed that the dead infant, Christopher Marchiselli, had second- and third-degree burns over as much as 65 percent of his body. It also showed that he had fluid in his lungs when he was admitted to Our Lady of Mercy Hospital on Sept. 11, 1986. He died a day later.

The infant's mother, April Marchiselli, a 25-year-old waitress, testified that she had left the boy and his 5-year-old half-brother, James, in a bathtub with running water. She said the water turned scalding hot and Christopher fell face down in the water.

Two physicians, Dr. Rea Herrera and Dr. Daniel Kessler, testified that the pattern of the burns on Christopher were inconsistent with Mrs. Marchiselli's story. They said they believed that the baby had been immersed from the chest down for a few seconds in scalding water.

Both doctors concluded that Christopher could not have accidentally assumed the position that had caused his injuries. They also observed in their testimony that James did not have the strength to immerse the baby and then pull him out again.

In its decision Thursday, the four-judge panel of the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court in Manhattan found that ''the only possibility presented by the medical evidence was the presence of an adult 'outside agent.' ''

The panel also found Ms. Marchiselli's account of what happened to be ''inconsistent'' and that it ''fluctuated wildly.''

The appeals judges said they found it ''puzzling in light of the unrefuted medical evidence and the inconsistencies in the mother's stories'' that a lower court judge had found the dotors' [sic; probably a scanning-caused typo] testimony ''mere speculation'' and Ms. Marchiselli's account credible. The lower court judge, Rhoda Cohen of Bronx Family Court, ruled on Aug. 31, that Ms. Marchiselli was guilty of neglect.

The appeals judges reversed the lower court finding and found Ms. Marchiselli guilty of abuse. They sent the case back to Family Court for disposition of James's future care, according to Lenore Gittis, a lawyer for the Legal Aid Society and James's court-appointed law guardian.

Ms. Gittis, who filed the appeal, said it was up to the Bronx District Attorney's office to determine whether the law-enforcement authorities should further investigate Christopher's death. Efforts to obtain comment last night from the Bronx District Attorney's office were not successful.