Man who allegedly shot Ohio judge was father of football player convicted in Steubenville rape case

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H/T ABC News.

A feral ghetto ape shoots a judge after his feral ghetto ape son is convicted of rape.

It is a good thing the judge along with the probation officer were armed and took this feral ape out.

The man who officials say ambushed and shot an Ohio judge was the father of a high school football player convicted in the high-profile Steubenville High School rape case.

Judge Joseph J. Bruzzese Jr. was shot and injured outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Steubenville in eastern Ohio shortly after 8 a.m. Monday, after the suspect, identified as Nathaniel Richmond, ran up to him and started firing, officials said.

Steubenville city manager James Mavromatis said a probation officer returned fire and the sheriff said the judge also pulled out his own gun, firing several rounds.

The judge was listed in stable condition Monday and is expected to survive, officials said.

Richmond, who died after the exchange of gunfire, was the father of Ma’lik Richmond, one of two Steubenville High School football players convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl at a party in 2012, according to The Associated Press.

Bruzzese did not preside over Ma’lik Richmond’s case, Jefferson County prosecuting attorney Jane Hanlin said, adding there is no reason to believe there is any connection between Ma’lik Richmond’s case and this shooting.

Judge Frank Bruzzeze was shot outside of the Jefferson County Courthouse in Steubenville, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2017.

The motive for the shooting is unknown, Hanlin said, adding that there were a number of cases involving the gunman in this judge’s courtroom and other courtrooms in the past. “Whether there is a connection between any prior appearances and today’s action, we don’t know the answer to that,” she said.

“This individual laid in wait, for our judge, and … it just hurts. First thing on a Monday morning,” Jefferson County Sheriff Fred Abdalla said emotionally. “You have a judge shot in front of his courthouse, and that affected me… This was ambush and attempted murder on our judge.”

Abdalla said a passenger was in the suspect’s car before the shooting, and while the passenger is not considered a suspect at this time, the individual is being questioned.

“He didn’t get out of the car,” Abdalla said. “Supposedly, according to him, he wasn’t aware what this guy was going to do.”

Hanlin said this individual is in custody and it is not yet clear if he or she would face any criminal charges.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said he and his wife “are praying for Judge Bruzzese and his family at this difficult time.”

Ma’lik Richmond served about 10 months in a juvenile lockup after his conviction, the AP said.


Martin Milner, ‘Route 66’ and ‘Adam-12’ Star, Dies

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This is from ABC News.

R. I. P. Officer Peter (Pete) Malloy aka Martin Milner.


Officer Peter (Pete) Malloy Martin Milner

Martin Milner, whose wholesome good looks helped make him the star of two hugely popular 1960s TV series, “Route 66” and “Adam-12,” has died.

He was 83. “Adam-12” co-star Kent McCord, who spoke to Milner’s children, said Milner died Sunday near the La Costa neighborhood of Carlsbad, Calif. He said the family is doing well, but gave no other details.

Milner, who began his career as a teen actor, shot to fame in 1960 with co-star George Maharis in the iconic TV drama “Route 66,” which found two restless young men roaming the highway author John Steinbeck had dubbed “The Mother Road” in a red Corvette convertible.

Milner was Tod Stiles, a young man born to wealth but suddenly broke when his father died and left him nothing but the new Corvette. Maharis was Buz Murdock, a hardened survivor of New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen.

Together they toured the country in Tod’s new Corvette, meeting all kinds of people and becoming involved with their lives. The series was said to have been inspired by Jack Kerouac’s novel “On the Road” and it featured such weekly guest stars as Robert Redford,Alan Alda and Gene Hackman in some of their earliest roles.

As much the show’s star as Milner and Maharis was Route 66 itself. Since bypassed in favor of bigger, faster interstates, the iconic highway stretched unbroken from Chicago to the Pacific Ocean during the show’s heyday and was venerated as a driving force behind the country’s 20th century westward migration.

“Route 66” was the only TV show filmed entirely on location in the early 1960s, moving to new towns and cities for each new episode. But ironically, the action often took place off the highway.

“The problem was that once you get into Oklahoma and Texas on the route, the scenery is flat and boring,” Milner recounted in a 1997 interview. “Pictorially it just wasn’t very interesting.”

Maharis, who became ill with hepatitis and missed part of the third season, left “Route 66” at the end of that year amid rumors of a contract dispute. He was replaced by Glenn Corbett, who played a war hero trying to cope with civilian life. The magic was gone, however, and the show lasted just one more season.

In 1968 Milner signed on to another buddy series, “Adam-12.” This time he was Officer Pete Malloy, a veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department assisted by rookie cop Jim Reed, who was played by Kent McCord.

“I had a long, long friendship with Marty and we remained friends up till the end,” said McCord on Monday. “He was one of the really true great people of our industry with a long, distinguished career…Wonderful films, wonderful television shows, pioneering shows like ‘Route 66.’ He was one of the great guys. I was lucky to have him in my life.”

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck said Monday that Milner’s “depiction of a professional and tough yet compassionate cop” led to his own decision to apply to the department.

The series was produced by Jack Webb, who applied the same realistic treatment of police doings that had made his “Dragnet” TV show, in which he was Sgt. Joe Friday, a huge hit. During the seven-year life of “Adam-12,” both Reed and Malloy won promotions.

Milner had met Webb years before “Route 66” when both were appearing in the feature film “Halls of Montezuma,” and Webb had hired him for an early radio version of “Dragnet.” Later, he appeared in several episodes of the 1950s TV version.

When Milner was in the Army at Northern California’s Fort Ord, he would sometimes visit Los Angeles and look Webb up.

“Even though there wasn’t a part for me in ‘Dragnet’ that week,” he recalled in 1989, “Jack would write one in so I could collect $125.”

Before and after “Route 66” and “Adam 12” Milner appeared in numerous TV guest roles and in films. Early film roles included “The Sands of Iwo Jima,” ”Marjorie Morningstar” and (as Marty Milner) “Sweet Smell of Success.”

Others films were “Louisa,” ”Our Very Own,” ”Operation Pacific,” ”Battle Zones,” ”My Wife’s Best Friend,” ”Springfield Rifle,” ”The Long Gray Line,” ”Mister Roberts,” ”Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.” ”Valley of the Dolls” and “Three Guns for Texas.”

Martin Sam Milner was born in Detroit and grew up in Seattle, where he worked as a child actor in local plays. When the family moved to Los Angeles, he found jobs in movies, notably in his film debut as the second son in 1947’s “Life with Father” which starred William Powell and Irene Dunne.

After finishing the film he was stricken with polio and spent a year in bed. He recovered and enrolled in theater arts at the University of Southern California but dropped out after a year to devote himself to his acting career.

Milner married actress-singer Judy Jones in 1951, and they had four children: Amy, who died in 2004, Molly, Stuart and Andrew.

US Parents Left ‘in Shock’ by Action Officers Took After Stopping Them for Not Using Car Seat for Baby

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This is from The Blaze.

The people of Fruitport Township have police officers they can be very proud of.

I want to say Thank-you to Fruitport Township officers Jason Pavlige and James Hodges. 

Two Michigan police officers are being recognized nationwide after it was revealed that they purchased two parents a car seat for their child instead of issuing them a ticket.

ABC News reported that Fruitport Township officers Jason Pavlige and James Hodges responded to a dispatch call about a woman holding her baby in her arms in a car’s passenger seat.

After speaking with the parents, the officers learned that the duo was unable to afford the cost of buying a car seat for their daughter.

“They had just recently moved to the area,” Hodges told ABC News. “We tried to have them contact family but they don’t have anyone close.”

“There were no co-workers, no one who could help them out,” he added.


Fruitport Township officers Jason Pavlige and James Hodges Image via ABC News


That’s when the officers decided to take matters into their own hands. Instead of issuing the parents a ticket, they concluded there was a better option.

“We spoke with each other and made the decision to go get them a car seat so we’d know the kid was safe and that this issue wouldn’t come up again,” Hodges told ABC News.

The partners put together their money and, as Pavlige stayed at the scene with the family, Hodges drove to a local Walmart to buy the parents a car seat. The officers then assisted the family in installing it in their vehicle.

“The father was, I think, almost in shock,” Hodges said. “They didn’t say much but were just very appreciative.”

The incident occurred in February, but recently came to the public’s attention after a Walmart employee called the police station to report their actions.

“It was only brought to our attention by a clerk at Walmart who saw it and thought they should be recognized,” Fruitport Township Police Lt. Bruce Morningstar told ABC News. “They were doing it on their own without any recognition.”

Hodges insisted he and his partner were not looking for attention.

“We made the decision that was what we needed to do to solve the issue,” Hodges said. “When we left we went onto the next call.”

“It’s just part of what police officers do on a daily basis,” he added.

Here’s Seven Examples of Loretta Lynch’s “Wonderful Tool

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This is from Freedom OutPost.

I get the feeling Loretta Lynch is going to make Eric Holder look like a piker.

It is going to be a long hard two years if the GOP confirms this woman as attorney general.

Cops across the country are padding their budgets with hundreds of millions of dollars by seizing property from American citizens, even when they have not been charged with a crime.

This process–called asset forfeiture–allows police to take property for themselves if they suspect it is being used for a crime, and though it was recently limited by Attorney General Eric Holder, it’s still ripe for abuse.

Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, called asset forfeiturea wonderful tool” during her confirmation hearing, so The Daily Caller News Foundation compiled seven of the most “wonderful” examples of the last decade.

1. Tan Nguyen hopped in his car excited about $50,000 in casino winnings. That excitement faded when he saw police lights in the rear view mirror. A Nevada police officer suspicious of the man’s large sum of cash confiscated it, Forbes reports. Nguyen said the cop threatened to seize and tow his car if he spoke up about it.

After hiring a lawyer, Nguyen was able to get his $50,000 back with attorney’s fees.

2. Matt Lee had his $2,400 cash confiscated from his car on a routine traffic stop. The worst part? It was taken by the same officer that targeted Nguyen: Deputy Lee Dove. In a shared settlement with Nguyen, Lee got his $2,400 back.

3. The Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit’s monthly “Funk Night” party got weird in May of 2008. The all-night dance party was raging when police burst in around 2 a.m., the Metro Times reports. Officers alleged the establishment did not have a license. They passed out loitering tickets and impounded 40 vehicles just because they were driven to the party. They all got their cars back. Oh, except for the one guy who had his car stolen from the impound lot. Also, they each paid a $900 impound fee, totaling more than $35,000.

4. Mississippi police pulled over a man for a routine traffic stop in July of 2013. An officer’s search of the vehicle found $360,000 in a secret compartment of the car. The police confiscated the money, though they had no proof the man committed a crime, ABC News reports. The report said cops “are not ruling out criminal activity.” Considering they confiscated his personal property, that seems right.

5. A New Jersey man’s stash of cash was taken by an officer when he traveled through Monterey, Tenn. George Reby had $22,000 cash in his car when he was stopped by a police officer, News Channel 5 reports. The officer took the money because he suspected it was drug money. However, the man said he was going to use the money to buy a car, for which he had active bids on Ebay, something he was able to prove on his computer. When the officer wrote up the report, he failed to mention Reby’s claim that he was going to buy a car.

“If somebody told me this happened to them, I absolutely would not believe this could happen in America,” Reby told News Channel 5.

6. Even though they didn’t charge her with a crime, Georgia police took $11,530 from Alda Gentile at a regular traffic stop, The Associated Press reports. They searched the car for drugs but found none. Gentile said she had the money for a house hunting trip to Florida.

7. A family in the Philadelphia suburbs that had their home seized by police because their son sold drugs out of the house, CNN reports. The son was charged for selling $40 of heroin, but the parents say they didn’t know about it. (RELATED: Rand Paul Tries To Stop Cops From Stealing Your Stuff)



Editor’s Note: For more reasons on why Lynch should not be confirmed, click here and here.

Whooping Cough Back With a Vengeance in California

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This is from ABC News.

How are your sanctuary cities working out for you now California?

The illegals you are bent on keeping safe are killing you with all manner of diseases.

Then you’re stupid enough to believe that fraud Jenny McCarthy and not vaccinate your children so now they are becoming victims of your protecting disease ridden illegals.


Callie Van Tornhout was about a month old when her mother noticed that she’d developed a dry cough on a Sunday afternoon in January.

Soon the cough worsened, and Callie became pale and started throwing up, Callie’s mother, Katie Van Tornhout told ABC News. By the middle of the week, Callie stopped breathing in her mother’s arms in a pediatrician’s waiting room and was rushed to the hospital.

On Saturday, less than a week after the cough first appeared, Callie died at 37 days old on Jan. 30, 2010. It wasn’t until a few weeks later that tests confirmed the culprit: whooping cough.

That year, the country was in the midst of a major whooping cough outbreak, and all eyes were on California, which was experiencing its largest outbreak in 60 years. But the cough hit other states, too, including Minnesota and Callie’s state: Indiana.

“The CDC was like, ‘Didn’t you have the TDaP vaccine when you were pregnant?'” Van Tornhout recalled. “We didn’t know what that was.”

California is again the the grips of a whooping cough outbreak, and this time it’s even worse, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The state is facing its worst outbreak in 70 years and has nearly 1,000 more cases than it did in 2010. As of Nov. 26, the state had 9,935 reported cases.

“The last time a series of outbreaks occurred across the country, California started the parade,” said Dr. William Schaffner, chairman of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. “And so this is a harbinger we are fearful of.”

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is caused by bacteria and considered cyclical because cases peak every three to five years. It’s especially serious in infants, who are more likely to catch it. About 50 percent of all children under a year old who catch whooping cough need to be hospitalized, and up to 2 percent of them die, according to the CDC.

Since children aren’t due for their whooping cough vaccine — called TDaP — until they are 2 months old, the CDC recommends it for pregnant women so they can pass along the immunity to their unborn children. Van Tornhout said her doctor never told her about it, but now she works as an advocate for Every Child by Two, a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about vaccine-preventable diseases.

“If it can happen to my child, it can happen to theirs,” Van Tornhout said, adding that neither she nor her husband were sick before Callie caught the cough. At first, she was afraid she gave the cough to Callie, but health officials told her that she and Callie likely picked up the bacteria at the same time.

Whooping cough vaccine was developed in the 1940s and is very effective, Schaffner said, but developed a sour reputation for side effects, including high fever, swelling of the lymph nodes and others. So scientists developed a new vaccine that was lumped in with the tetanus and diphtheria vaccines to make TDaP. The new vaccine effectively prevents whooping cough but its effectiveness weakens over about 5 years, making the population more vulnerable to the bacteria’s cyclical nature without regular boosters, Schaffner said.

Dr. Jeff Duchin, who also chairs the public health committee for the Infectious Disease Society of America, said the latest outbreak in California is a sign of what’s to come until a better vaccine can be developed. What’s most important is to make sure pregnant women get vaccinated, he said.

“This is a new reality for us in public health,” he said.

Indeed, the country’s all-time lowest total number of whooping cough cases occurred in 1976 with 1,010 cases, according to the CDC. Although the numbers have fluctuated per whooping cough’s cyclical nature and aren’t as high as they were in the 1930s, there were 48,277 cases in 2012, according to CDC data.

Since 2010, Van Tornhout has had three more children, and she’s had the TDaP vaccine while pregnant with all of them. Still, she said her pregnant friends and family members have told her they had to ask their doctors for the shot.

“I’m hoping that parents realize that it’s an issue,” she said. “It’s not just happening here and there. It’s all over.”

Man Beats Daughter’s Rapist To Death, Not Charged

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This is from America Military News.

I want to commend the ranchers swift actions and his compassion for the perpetrator.

I do not think I would have had the same compassion.

It is a good thing the rancher was not charged with killing this scumbag.


Justice has been served. A father caught his young daughter being raped and swiftly killed the assailant and now is being rightfully protected from charges!


When a 24 year old rancher in Texas was tipped off that a man abducted his 5-year-old daughter and was raping her, the father wasted no time to take justice into his own hands.

The father ran to the scene, witnessed the assault himself and swiftly delivered several blows to the head and neck of the rapist, eventually killing him.

No charges have been filed against the father as the homicide was sanctioned by Texas law. This father should be commended for acting so quickly and death is the only punishment for an heinous act like the rape of a child. Our prayers go out to the father an his child who are still recovering from that traumatic event.


A Texas rancher who beat his daughter’s accused molester to death moments after he discovered the man raping the 5-year-old girl, will not be charged with his homicide, officials said, as they released chilling 911 tapes of the father calling for help as the other man died.

A grand jury Tuesday decided not to indict the 24-year-old father who beat ranch hand Jesus Mora Flores to death with his bare hands, after finding the man abusing his daughter behind a barn.

“I need an ambulance. This guy was raping my daughter and I don’t know what to do,” the father is heard telling dispatchers in a frantic call to 911.

The attack happened on June 9 at an isolated ranch near Shiner, Texas. A witness saw Flores “forcibly carrying” the girl into a secluded area and ran to find the father, according to court documents. Running towards his daughter’s screams, the father found Flores and the girl, both with their underwear removed, according to police reports.

He pulled Flores off the little girl and “inflicted several blows to the man’s head and neck area,” according to documents.

Authorities who examined the girl and Flores’ body confirmed a sexual assault had occurred.

ABC News does not identify the victims of sexual assault, and is not identifying the father in an effort to protect the minor girl’s identity.

The father called 911 from a cell phone and did not immediately know his exact whereabouts, making it difficult for emergency personnel to find him.

“Come on! This guy is going to die on me!” the man yelled at the 911 dispatcher. “I don’t know what to do.”

The father was never arrested, but Flores’ death was investigated as a homicide.

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Nevada Cattle Rancher Wins ‘Range War’ With Feds


This is from ABC News.

This ranchers family was using this range land long before there was Bureau Of Land Management.

It should be the Bureau Of Land Mismanagement.

I fear the Internal Revenue Service start harassing Cliven Bundy.

We need to pay close attention to what happens to this man and his family.


A Nevada cattle rancher appears to have won his week-long battle with the federal government over a controversial cattle roundup that had led to the arrest of several protesters.

Cliven Bundy went head to head with the Bureau of Land Management over the removal of hundreds of his cattle from federal land, where the government said they were grazing illegally.

Bundy claims his herd of roughly 900 cattle have grazed on the land along the riverbed near Bunkerville, 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas, since 1870 and threatened a “range war” against the BLM on the Bundy Ranch website after one of his sons was arrested while protesting the removal of the cattle.

“I have no contract with the United States government,” Bundy said. “I was paying grazing fees for management and that’s what BLM was supposed to be, land managers and they were managing my ranch out of business, so I refused to pay.”

The federal government had countered that Bundy “owes the American people in excess of $1 million ” in unpaid grazing fees and “refuses to abide by the law of land, despite many opportunities over the last 20 years to do so.”

However, today the BLM said it would not enforce a court order to remove the cattle and was pulling out of the area.

“Based on information about conditions on the ground, and in consultation with law enforcement, we have made a decision to conclude the cattle gather because of our serious concern about the safety of employees and members of the public,” BLM Director Neil Kornze said.

“We ask that all parties in the area remain peaceful and law-abiding as the Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service work to end the operation in an orderly manner,” he said.

The roundup began April 5, following lengthy court proceedings dating back to 1993, federal officials said. Federal officers began impounding the first lot of cows last weekend, and Bundy responded by inviting supporters onto his land to protest the action.

“It’s not about cows, it’s about freedom,” Utah resident Yonna Winget told ABC News affiliateKTNV in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“People are getting tired of the federal government having unlimited power,” Bundy’s wife, Carol Bundy told ABC News.

By Sunday, April 6, one of Bundy’s sons, Dave Bundy, was taken into custody for refusing to disperse and resisting arrest, while hundreds of other protesters, some venturing from interstate, gathered along the road few miles from Bundy’s property in solidarity. Dave Bundy was later released.

A spokesman for the Bundy encampment told ABC News roughly 300 protesters had assembled for the protest, while a BLM representative estimated there were around 100 people.

“We want a peaceful protest, but we also want our voices heard,” said Cliven Bundy’s sister, Chrisie Marshall Bundy.

But clashes between demonstrators and authorities took a violent turn on Wednesday, with cell phone video showing some being tasered at the site, including Bundy’s son, Ammon Bundy. Two other protesters were detained, cited and later released on Thursday, according to the BLM.

As the movement grew by the day, and demonstrators rallied together, bonding by campfires at night, local protest leaders warned people not to wear camouflage and keep their weapons inside their vehicles.

Both sides said the issue is one of fairness, with the federal government maintaining that thousands of other cattle ranchers are abiding by the law by paying their annual grazing fees, while Bundy’s family and supporters say the government’s actions are threatening ranchers’ freedoms.

“It’s about the freedom of America,” said another of Bundy’s sisters, Margaret Houston. “We have to stand up and fight.”



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This is from Breitbarts Big Journalism.

Captain Renault: I’m shocked, shocked to find that ABC News would lie to Americans.Snark.

“There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.”
– Mark Twain


During a January 27 ABC News segment titled “Young Guns,” Diane Sawyer claimed, “Every hour, a child is rushed to an emergency room because of gunshots.” Co-anchor David Muir took it even further and claimed that “453 of those children die at the hospital.”

They conflated these claims with the introduction of a study in the Journal of Pediatrics(JP) to show how many children find guns in their homes–or the homes of friends and neighbors–and accidentally shoot themselves or others.

However, to make such an assertation, they ignored the fact that the JP study covered both children and teens who were victims of gunshot wounds, with the latter opening the door to deaths tied to gang activity and criminal misuse of firearms.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the number of accidental firearm deaths for children ten and under in 2010 was 36. National Review reported that “two thirds of these accidental deaths… [were] not shots fired by other little kids but… by adult males with criminal backgrounds.”

On January 28, Breitbart News reported that ABC News put guns and candy on a table in an elementary classroom as part of an “experiment” to push gun control.

Man Spends 4.5 Hours on Obamacare Hotline But Still Can’t Sign Up

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This is from The Weekly Standard.

We know this is just the tip of the iceberg.

The Obamacare horror stories will just keep coming.


Yesterday in the Rose Garden, President Obama touted the Obamacare hotline and recommended people call to sign up for Obamacare. “[T]he point is the call centers are available,” Obama said, sounding as though he were in the middle of an infomercial. “You can talk to somebody directly and they can walk you through the application process.”

The president of the United States would add, “Once you get on the phone with a trained representative, it usually takes about 25 minutes for an individual to apply for coverage, about 45 minutes for a family. Once you apply for coverage, you will be contacted by email or postal mail about your coverage status.”

But ABC News found a man who has spent 4.5 hours on the Obamacare hotline — and he still hasn’t been able to sign up for Obamacare.

Yesterday alone, that man spent 1.5 hours on the phone trying to sign up. But continued to have no luck.

ABC says he’s tried using the website — for 5 hours — and even live chatted with Obamacare representative — for something like 3 hours. But nothing seems to be working for the man.


Woman Gunned Down By DC Police Identified As 34 Year-old Dental Hygienist


Hat Tip to You Viewed/Editorial.

Meet Miriam Carey, Suspect Reportedly Killed In The Capitol Hill Shooting
This just shoots their narrative all to hell , doesn’t it ?

” Here’s what we know about Miriam Carey, the woman identified in news reports as the suspect in a shooting incident that left Capitol Hill on lockdown for a brief period Thursday afternoon, and has now reportedly been shot dead by police.

Carey, a 34-year-old dental hygenist has been identified by ­­­the New York Post and the New Haven Register newspaper as the suspect (victim) in a shooting incident that took place in the nation’s capital. 

ABC News reported that Carey had “a history of mental health issues.”


    It would appear that the latest “shooting” , which the minions of the State were preparing to use as a cudgel on the NRA , Tea Party and the rest of us “right-wing extremists” was in fact , another instance of the agents of the State doing the shooting and the unarmed citizens , disturbed or otherwise , doing the dying.



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