Tuesday, October 13, 2020

black Houston Attorney Charged with Repeatedly Recording Co-Worker in Office Bathroom

By A Texas Reader
Tue, Oct 13, 2020 7:28 p.m.

Houston Attorney Charged with Repeatedly Recording Co-Worker in Office Bathroom


Anonymous said...

GRA:A sure thing around here--and check out how this story is written by the ever more pro-nig,liberal WOODTV.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The Grand Rapids City Commission approved on Tuesday designating Monroe Center from Division to Monroe avenues as “Breonna Taylor Way.”

Taylor, who grew up in Grand Rapids, was 26 years old when she was shot and killed by police at her Louisville Apartment on March 13. Her death has since sparked several national movements.
(GRA:Her boyfriend killed her,just like drugs killed George Floyd--not cops in either case.)
In July, local nonprofit Justice for Black Lives submitted a request to the city for a commemorative designation of Monroe Center to honor Taylor’s memory.

At a public hearing in September, many callers were in support of the honorary name change.

The designation doesn’t change the name of Monroe Center. But people will soon see “Breonna Taylor Way” under the normal green street signs.
(GRA:I'd like to see that sign torn down like White statues and memorials are destroyed.)
Commissioner (black)Joe Jones said Tuesday this needs to be just the beginning of the change that he hopes to see in Grand Rapids.

“I want to suggest that honoring Ms. Taylor in this way. Although it is a small and sentimental effort, it does speak volumes about our desire to be something different and to move in a direction that recognizes the value of those in our community those heroes and heroes who quite honestly have left this earth but deserve to be remembered,” Jones said.

Taylor’s family has told News 8 they appreciate the acknowledgment but will continue to push for police reform in the state, including banning chokeholds and no-knock warrants.
GRA:But what about the fact that she was a female thug--a fug?Doesn't matter.

Anonymous said...

Repeatedly? Repeatedly? He is going to need a good lawyer.

Anonymous said...

G4A:Battle Creek is 20% black--my first guess--and anyone's with a brain.

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (WOOD) — Authorities are searching for a missing Battle Creek couple on Wednesday.

The Battle Creek Police Department said 34-year-old Joseph Soule and 31-year-old Jaclyn Lepird were both last seen Wednesday, Oct. 7.

Authorities said details surrounding their disappearances are unknown at this time.

Jimi Soule, the brother of Joseph Soule, says he would never just disappear and is very concerned for his safety.

“He would never leave his family at all,” Soule said.

The family says the couple’s car was discovered after someone posted a video on social media of the vehicle left on Lark Street in front of a home.

“He doesn’t know anybody over there,” Soule said. “There’s no reason to park there that I can think of at all.”

Joey Soule’s former mother-in-law Melissa Macedo is trying to stay hopeful but fears the worst.

“His grandma called me two days ago and I immediately went down to his house and tried contacting him and then I left, then I called the police to make a missing person’s report,” Macedo said.

Family and friends searched Bailey Park along the river Wednesday, close to where the car was discovered.

“One of the people who was searching with us found a pair of shoes, and we took a picture of it. I took the picture over to Jackie’s grandma’s house and she identified them as probably being her shoes,” Soule said. “You can’t really tell for sure with the picture, but they’re the same size.”

Jackie’s second cousin Sylvia Villeneuve says her family became very concerned after not hearing from her in days.

“Jackie has a very bubbly personality. She’s very outgoing. She has a lot of friends, so her to just randomly disappearing is very abnormal,” Villeneuve said.

Jackie’s first cousin Ashley Lepird says the evidence is indicating the couple did not disappear of their own free will.

“I know how they left their apartment. They didn’t take nothing with them. They had bags of stuff, just from the store that they just left sitting there and not put way,” Lepird said. “They were definitely coming back.”