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Monday, August 31, 2020

Is It Racist to Say, “Riot”?

[Re: “Willie Brown to Democrats and Media: Stop Calling Riots ‘Demonstrations’"]

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Monday, August 31, 2020 at 10:18:00 A.M. EDT

Yet others are saying the word RIOT is racist [chuckle]. I think we’d better wait for what Oprah, Lesta, Ava, Whoopie and Don Lemon think of this. Their guidance is what we need on this critical subject.
--GRA



Kyle Rittenhouse's Lawyer: My Client Legally Possessed Rifle in Wisconsin

By R.C.
Mon, Aug 31, 2020 12:43 p.m.

Kyle Rittenhouse's Lawyer: My Client Legally Possessed Rifle in Wisconsin

Kyle Rittenhouse legally possessed a firearm last Tuesday in Wisconsin, said John Pierce, an attorney representing Rittenhouse.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/08/30/rittenhouse-lawyer-my-client-legally-possessed-a-rifle-in-wisconsin/

R.C.: So what?

Had he been Antifa, he could have possessed IEDs and authorities would have done nothing to him.

This country is a joke.

Bill Barr is a farce.



1 Fatally Shot in West Oak Cliff

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Aug 31, 2020 12:51 p.m.

1 Fatally Shot in West Oak Cliff, Dallas Police Say

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2020/08/31/1-fatally-shot-in-west-oak-cliff-dallas-police-say/

ATR: Black Panther?

Life is good here in Wakanda.



Breaking News Alert: De Blasio is Holding Indoor Dining Hostage until after Election

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Breaking: De Blasio Hints Indoor Dining Won't Return in NYC until COVID-19 Vaccine

Breaking: De Blasio hints indoor dining won't return in NYC until COVID-19 vaccine
The resumption of indoor dining in New York City hinges on a "huge step forward" — like the...
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Colorado Crime Report: Crowd Marches 5 Miles from Aurora to Denver to Support Racism and black Criminals

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Colorado Crime Report: Crowd Marches 5 Miles from Aurora to Denver to Protest Racism, Police Brutality


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Crowd marches 5 miles from Aurora to Denver to protest racism, police brutality

Hundreds of people gathered at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in Aurora on Sunday to protest racism and police violence. After rallying in Aurora, the crowd plans to march five miles to the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial at Denver's City Park.
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Man found shot to death in Aurora apartment Sunday

A man was found fatally shot in an Aurora apartment Sunday morning, according to the Aurora Police Department.
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Police shoot, kill man in Loma after he allegedly brought gun to neighbor's property

Law enforcement officers shot and killed an armed man Saturday morning in Loma after he allegedly trespassed on his neighbor's property, the Grand Junction Police Department said in a news release.
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18-year-old in custody for allegedly shooting Aurora parents of five children

An 18-year-old wanted in connection with the shooting deaths of an Aurora couple was taken into custody Thursday and charged with two counts of first-degree murder.
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Parents of 16-year-old shot in back by Colorado prisons employee file lawsuit

The parents 16-year-old Alexis Mendez-Perez, who was shot in the back while running through backyards in Montbello to flee police, sued the Colorado Department of Corrections officer who killed their son.
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Four men now sentenced for injuring Arvada officer with a chlorine bomb

Four men have now been sentenced in Jefferson County for throwing a chlorine bomb at a police officer who was injured in the incident.
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Mesa County DA clears officers and deputies in fatal shooting of armed man in Fruita

Officers and deputies in a fatal officer-involved shooting in Fruita will not face criminal charges for using deadly force in self-defense, shooting an armed man who pointed a gun at them, according to a review of the incident by the Mesa County District Attorney's Office.
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Frisbee golfer finds human skull while looking for stray disc in Highlands Ranch

A person playing Frisbee golf in Highlands Ranch Wednesday went looking for a stray disc and stumbled on a human skull.
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Denver medical examiner identifies man killed in May hotel parking lot fight

The man killed during a fight in a hotel parking lot in May was identified Thursday as 44-year-old Jose Esquivel-Flores, according to the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner.
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Search for Aurora man stretches into fourth week

Law enforcement in two counties are searching for a missing 65-year-old man who disappeared this summer after gambling at a Central City casino.
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