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Friday, November 30, 2018

The 47-Year-Old was Sentenced to Die Nearly Two Decades Ago for His Role in the State's Biggest Prison Break, Followed by a Crime Spree and the Slaying of a Suburban Dallas Policeman

By A Texas Reader
Fri, Nov 30, 2018 11:17 p.m.

The 47-Year-Old was sentenced to die nearly two decades ago for his role in the state's biggest prison break, a carefully plotted scheme followed by a crime spree and the slaying of a suburban Dallas police officer.

A day after suing the Board of Pardons and Paroles, Texas death row prisoner Joseph Garcia lost his long-shot bid for clemency when the seven-member board denied him a favorable recommendation to ...
I remember this incident as if it had happened yesterday.

The Texas Seven was a group of prisoners who escaped from the John B. Connally Unit near Kenedy, Texas, on December 13, 2000.They were apprehended a little more than a month later, on January 21–23, 2001, as a direct result of the television show America's Most Wanted
en.wikipedia.org
The gang ran over the victim in the parking lot.

What had begun as a suspicious circumstance call turned out to be a robbery-in-progress committed by seven dangerous and violent escaped prisoners (known as the Texas 7) from the Texas Department of Corrections Facility in Huntsville, Texas, earlier that month.
"He was the kind of father that all the kids in our neighborhood wanted to be around. The love and relationship between Aubrey and Andrew is indescribable. It was a relationship that most parents could only dream of having. The 9-year-old little boy was Aubrey's pride and joy. They were "buddies". It breaks my heart that Aubrey will never get to see Andrew grow up to be the man he always taught him to be. Aubrey was the kind of son who worried about his mom living alone. He always looked out for her and made sure she was safe. He truly loved her from the bottom of his heart. Aubrey was a loving and devoted husband. He was my best friend. He made me laugh when nobody else could. His face would "light up" every time I walked into a room. Never again will I hear him come home and yell throughout the house... "Where's my girl?" Never again will I feel his big arms wrapped around me and his kiss on my forehead."

Prior to Obama Admin Approving Controversial Deal in 2010 Giving Russia 20% of America’s Uranium, FBI Had Evidence that Russian Nuclear Industry Officials were Involved in Bribery, Kickbacks, Extortion and Money Laundering

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Fri, Nov 30, 2018 11:49 p.m.


Subject: Prior to the Obama administration approving the very controversial deal in 2010 giving Russia 20% of America's Uranium, the FBI had evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were involved in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering in ord

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/fbi-raids-home-of-clinton-foundation-uranium-one-whistleblower/
The Daily Caller exclusively reported that the whistleblower, Dennis Nathan Cain, had given these documents to Inspector General Horowitz and both the House and Senate Intel Committees.. Over a dozen FBI agents rifled through Dennis Nathan Cain's home for over six hours even though he had already given the documents to the proper investigative channels, according to his lawyer.
Do the charges constitute treason?

If so then the punishment is death by hanging.


I do.

I attended grade school with the Mudd sisters.   They were lineal descendants of Dr. Samuel Mudd.   The Surratt House is located just a block from the Roman Catholic elementary school I attended in Clinton, Maryland.

Impeachment is not nearly enough punishment for what these lunatics are proposing.

Remember Mary Surratt?

Treason is the only crime that is specifically written into the US Constitution. It is defined as intentionally betraying one's allegiance to their country by levying war against the US government, and/or giving aid and comfort to its enemies.
https://www.thoughtco.com/trial-and-execution-of-mary-surratt-4123228
Mary Surratt was tried and convicted and executed as a co-conspirator in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Her son escaped conviction, and later admitted that he was part of the original plot to kidnap Lincoln and several others in government.

TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12 a.m. ET (and Sunday Morning at 10 a.m. ET) is Irving Reis' Crack-Up (1946), with Pat O'Brien, Claire Trevor, Herbert Marshall, Ray Collins and Wallace Ford

 

 

By David in TN
Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 11:39:00 P.M. EST

TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12 a.m. ET (and Sunday Morning at 10 a.m. ET) is Crack-Up (1946). It features Pat O'Brien, Claire Trevor, Herbert Marshall, Ray Collins and Wallace Ford.

 

Herbert Marshall, left, and Pat O'Brien
 

Film Noir Guide: “Ex-G.I. O'Brien, who served as an art expert in postwar Germany exposing Nazi forgeries, now conducts art appreciation seminars at a New York museum.
 

 

“After he's arrested for breaking into the museum, seemingly while intoxicated, he tells detective Ford that he was aboard a train that was involved in a head-on collision with an oncoming train.

 

Wallace Ford
 

“After being dismissed as a kook because there have been no recent train wrecks, O'Brien investigates on his own and discovers that he holds the key to breaking up an art smuggling ring.
 

Edward Gargan as a cop
 

“Trevor plays his newspaper reporter girlfriend, Marshall is a mysterious art expert visiting the States from England, and Collins is a physician employed by the museum.
 

 

“The convoluted plot is difficult to follow, but O'Brien and Trevor are enjoyable and the photography so wonderfully eerie that you might not notice the holes in the script. Or if you do, you won't care.”
 

 

N.S.: We can't wait to hear what Red Eddie Muller will say about Pat O'Brien, surely something along the lines of "rabid red-baiter Pat O'Brien." Pat O'Brien, you see, was a great American patriot, through and through, and Red Eddie simply cannot abide an American patriot. That's why I call him, "Red Eddie."
 

 

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Charlottesville "Nazi" Murder Trial: James Alex Fields Argues Self-Defense, as Trial for Killing Heather Heyer Begins

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
The Charlottesville "Nazi" Murder Trial: James Alex Fields Argues Self-Defense, as Trial for Killing Heather Heyer Begins  
Thu, Nov 29, 2018 10:15 p.m.

Man charged in deadly Charlottesville car attack acted in self-defense, lawyer says as trial begins

WASHINGTON — One of the lawyers for the 21-year-old Ohio man charged with murder in the death of a woman during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last summer suggested ...
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WSJ: Jeff Flake Will Leave a Legacy of Petty Vindictiveness

R• Opinion
• Review & Outlook
Jeff Flake’s Sad Exit
He blocks judicial nominees in a futile anti-Trump gesture.
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By The Editorial Board
Nov. 29, 2018 6:29 p.m. ET
The Wall Street Journal

Republican Senator Jeff Flake listens to questions from members of the media in Washington, D.C., Nov. 28. Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg News

Usually when Congress cancels a committee meeting the country misses nothing more than grandstanding. But this week the Senate Judiciary Committee had to halt progress on confirming talented judges thanks to GOP Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona.

The committee was scheduled to meet Thursday to move some 20 judicial nominees. But Mr. Flake has said he will block all judicial nominees until he receives a vote on a bill that would insulate Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation from normal political accountability. The GOP’s one-seat majority on Judiciary means the party can’t report judges out of committee with a favorable recommendation without Mr. Flake’s vote.

Mr. Flake tried to bring up the Mueller bill on Wednesday but Republicans objected. Then he voted against a procedural motion to move forward on district judge nominee Thomas Farr, which meant Vice President Mike Pence had to break the 50-50 tie on the Senate floor. Judiciary canceled the committee meeting on Wednesday evening.

The judges who won’t move out of committee include six circuit nominees, not least Bridget Bade for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She’s from Arizona. Ms. Bade was nominated in August, but now she may have to wait until January for the committee’s blessing. She probably isn’t feeling the hometown camaraderie from Mr. Flake.

Mr. Flake’s stunt will have zero effect on President Trump or Mr. Mueller, and he’s compromising a substantive principle to make a futile political gesture. Mr. Flake is hurting the cause of confirming conservative judges who would enforce the Constitution in the name of a bill that is unconstitutional.

The legislation violates the Constitution because it would prevent the special counsel from being fired except by a Senate-confirmed Justice Department official for “good cause.” But Article II allows the President to fire inferior officers of the executive branch at will.

Defenders point to the Supreme Court’s 1988 Morrison v. Olson ruling that upheld the late and unlamented independent counsel statute. But Congress let that law expire because it had become a constitutional travesty, as Antonin Scalia so memorably wrote in dissent (“this wolf comes as a wolf”). Justice Brett Kavanaugh said in 2016 that he thought Morrison should be overturned.

Even worse is a provision that would let Mr. Mueller appeal his dismissal to a federal judge. Making Article III judges arbiters of the President’s appointment power undermines the separation of powers and dilutes political accountability. There is no such judicial power in the Constitution unless a President acts unlawfully, and firing Mr. Mueller would be a political mistake but it wouldn’t be unlawful.

Perhaps Mr. Flake, who didn’t run for re-election, is making a political statement in advance of the primary run he says he may make against Mr. Trump in 2020 in New Hampshire. But Republicans are likely to notice that he put his personal feelings about Mr. Trump above confirming judges that any GOP President would be proud to nominate.

Recall that John McCain scuttled the Republican effort to repeal ObamaCare, in part because of his personal distaste for the President. But in the long run he will have harmed the institution he spent his career trying to protect: the military, which is squeezed by unreformed health-care entitlements. Mr. Flake’s self-indulgence is another example of how hostility to Mr. Trump has caused so many people to lose their own political bearings.

Appeared in the November 30, 2018, print edition.



“I’m sick of this little bitch”: White, Eight-Month-Old Reese Bowman’s Black Hate Crime Murderer, Leah Walden, Before Killing Her

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix



My response to Colin Flaherty:

Why hasn't the whole country heard about this racist atrocity?
Why did I just learn about it from you, Mr. Flaherty?
Why did it take an English newspaper to bring this evil to American eyes?
Rhetorical questions all.


Breaking Video: At U.N., Tenured, Black Supremacist Marc Lamont Hill Calls for Holocaust II

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix





Marc Lamont Hill at UN Calls for “Free Palestine from the River to the Sea” to Chorus of Applause
 


Stanley Kubrick's The Killing (1956), is “One of the top ‘heist’ films of all time”

 

 

By David in TN
Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 9:57:00 P.M. EST

 

Planning the job: Elisha Cook Jr. at 11 o'clock, Sterling Hayden at a little bit right of 12 o'clock, and Jay C. Flippen at 3 o'clock
 

Sterling Hayden stars as an ex-con who masterminds a scheme to rob a race track of $2,000,000. He assembles a team of oddballs played by Jay C. Flippen, Elisha Cook Jr., Ted de Corsia, Joe Sawyer and Timothy Carey. With that bunch, you know something bad will happen.
 

Elisha Cook Jr. and Marie Windsor
 

Marie Windsor is Cook's unfaithful wife, who threatens to blow the scheme. Colleen Gray is Hayden's girlfriend, who waited for him through a prison term and hopes for the best.
 

Hayden and Gray
 

It concludes with a noirish ironic ending.
 

 

Film Noir Guide: “A close second to THE classic heist film, The Asphalt Jungle, Kubrick's The Killing is an eloquent masterpiece that cries out for multiple viewings.”

 

Carey sits in the car, while the crew works on the camera
 

N.S.: David had sent me this exactly one week ago:
 

James Edwards and Timothy Carey
 

TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12:45 a.m. ET (and 10 a.m. ET Sunday Morning) is Stanley Kubrick's The Killing (1956), one of the top “heist” films of all time.

 

Jay C. Flippen, left
 

I read it immediately, and looked forward to watching the picture, but then forgot to post David’s intro, and to watch the picture. Sorry, David.
 

 

 

When I see a movie intro from David, I’d better get it up immediately.
 

 


 

Crap 24/7: Traces of Feces Have been Found on Every Single McDonald's Touchscreen

By "W"
Thu, Nov 29, 2018 12:27 p.m.


Traces of feces have been found on every single McDonald's touchscreen. - GOV'T SLAVES

"W": I never go near McD's. Decades since I bought an Egg McMuffin at an airport.


N.S.: Back in early 1980, when I got my restaurant manager's license at SUNY Stony Brook, the instructor from the Suffolk County Department of Health told us that McDonald's standards were so high that local government would see what they were, and set the legal standards a little bit lower. Thus, you could pass a county inspection, but still fail a McDonald's company inspection, and thereby lose your franchise.

Those were the retrograde, racist times before McDonald's embraced diversity, and whites started being maimed and murdered at its restaurants.

Traces of Feces Have been Found on Every Single McDonald's Touchscreen


Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Are You an NPC? Watch This Great Video

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix



Migrant "Families"? What Migrant "Families"? DHS Reports 110 Percent Surge in Illegal Men Using Kids to Enter US; "Rampant Fraud"

By "W"
Wed, Nov 28, 2018 1:28 p.m.


DHS: 110 percent surge in migrant men using kids to enter US, "rampant fraud"



 

Anti-Semitic California College Suspends Study Abroad in Israel




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Faced with Regular Barrages of Gunfire, Officers Confronting Serial Killer Christopher Dorner Lobbed Incendiary Tear Gas into Cabin Where Dorner was Holed up

By A Texas Reader
Tue, Nov 27, 2018 8:51 p.m.

Faced with regular barrages of gunfire, officers confronting suspected killer Christopher Dorner lobbed incendiary tear gas into the cabin where Dorner allegedly was holed up, said law enforcement officials with knowledge of the situation.

ATR: Uncle Sam's troops used tear gas at the border, but it was used in an open air environment there.

Waco, not so.

Janet Reno: We salute you!

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 10:01 P.M.

Faced with regular barrages of gunfire, officers confronting suspected killer Christopher Dorner lobbed incendiary tear gas into the cabin where Dorner allegedly was holed up, said law enforcement officials with knowledge of the situation.

Confirmed: Police Used Incendiary Tear Gas to Start Fire that Killer Dorner

The same thing was done at Waco.

The victims were incinerated or died of smoke inhalation at Mount Carmel.

Mount Carmel Center

Met a guy a few years ago through a family member. The guy has a Master's in engineering from Texas A&M University, and works in the aerospace industry here in Texas. He also holds a Class 3 gun dealer's license.

Class Three III Gun Dealers

He had a term for the tanks that injected tear gas into the compound at Mount Carmel. He called the tanks "Zippos," like the lighters.

Wikipedia: "Rippo."

So, where do you think the cops in San Bernardino got the idea to use tear gas against Dorner?


Under Sweden's Feminist Government, Police Charge People Who Attend Peaceful Demonstrations and for Thought Crimes, While Giving Muslim Rapists Carte Blanche

Under Sweden's Feminist Government, Police Charge People Who Attend Peaceful Demonstrations and for Thought Crimes, While Giving Muslim Rapists Carte Blanche

Swedish police not only have sufficient resources to charge people who attend peaceful demonstrations, but also people who allegedly commit thought crimes.


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Subject: Sweden: Women Raped, Authorities Too Busy




Sweden:

Women Raped,

Authorities

Too Busy


By Judith Bergman  •  November 28, 2018 at 5:00 am
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  • According to Mikaela Blixt, after a man attacked her in the street and tried to rape her, the police did nothing, even though she knew where her attacker lived and could easily have identified him.
  • The Swedish mainstream media outlet, Expressen, wanted to interview Blixt, but, according to her, only on condition that she not mention that her attacker was an Afghan migrant.
  • Not only women, but almost one out of three Swedes, do not feel safe in Sweden, according to a new poll that asked 6,300 Swedes how safe they feel in their homes and communities.
  • It is curious that the Swedish police not only have sufficient resources to charge people who attend peaceful demonstrations, but also people who allegedly commit thought crimes.
Getting the Swedish police even to file a report of an attempted rape against a woman is, to say the least, difficult -- itself a sign that something is rotten in the "feminist" kingdom of Sweden. Yet the Swedish police not only have sufficient resources to charge people who attend peaceful demonstrations, but also people who allegedly commit thought crimes. (Image source: iStock)
"Sweden," stated its government in November 2015, "has a feminist government. We place gender equality at the heart of both national and international work... The overall objective of the Government's gender equality policy is equal power for women and men to shape society and their own lives. This is ultimately a question of democracy and social justice."
Wait a minute. Shouldn't women living under a "feminist government" be able -- at a bare minimum -- to leave their homes without the fear of becoming victims of sexual assault?
22,000 sexual crimes were reported in 2017 to the Swedish police, 7370 of them rapes, according to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brottsförebyggande rÄdet, or BrÄ). That number corresponds to an average of 20 reported rapes per day -- twice as many as in 2005. Those are just the reported rapes. In 2012, for instance, only 20% of all rapes were reported to the police, according to BrÄ.

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Memphis Man Wanted for Armed Robbery of Family Dollar May be Tied to Other Robberies

By "W"
Wed, Nov 28, 2018 11:48 a.m.

Memphis man wanted for armed robbery of Family Dollar may be tied to other robberies, police say | FOX13

"W": If you see someone who looks like this guy, call the cops! I am sure I have seen him at Metro Center.

N.S.: No! That would be "profiling," "pattern recognition," support for "mass incarceration," or some other no-no.

Memphis: MPD Policeman Accused of Beating Girlfriend, Threatening to Kill Her

By "W"
Wed, Nov 28, 2018 11:48 a.m.
MPD officer accused of beating girlfriend, threatening to kill her, arrest documents say | FOX13