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Facebook claims Marine Corps emblem violates community standards

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This is from Liberty UnYielding.

A daughter of Obama wiping her ass on the American Flag does not violate Facebook’s community standards

A woman breastfeeding a child three and a half years old does not violate the standards.

Yet The Eagle, Globe and Anchor of The United States Marine Corps violate that standard. WTF?

 

Late Monday, Facebook unpublished the popular pro-military “Locked and Loaded” page, while telling administrators that a picture of the United States Marine Corps emblem with a ribbon marked “In Remembrance” violated their community standards. Jason Light, an administrator from Atlanta, told this reporter in an exclusive interview the page was covering the funeral and burial of Marine Lance Corporal Skip Wells, who was killed in Chattanooga.

Administrator Robert Combs also received a three-day ban over the posting of the image, shown below.

 

Marine corps in memoriam logo that was rejected

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Combs told me that all he can do for the next three days is chat, but he intends to replace the page.

“I am just speechless as to how this violates community standards,” he said. The screenshot provided by Light did not indicate why the image was yanked, other than Facebook’s claim that it violated their standards.

The Facebook page boasted over 53,000 likes and was set up to help promote a blog by the same name. While not as large as other pages, Light said, it reached over 1 million people.

Light also posted the graphic to Twitter, where it was re-tweeted by talk show host Neal Boortz. “I’m going to post it back to FB,” one person said in response. “Let’s see what happens.”

It’s not the first questionable call by Facebook. Recently, the social media giant told one conservative user that her picture of a lilac tree was considered pornographic. On the other hand, it once said that a page calling for the murder of a Texas Tech cheerleader who hunts big game does not violate its standards.

In 2013, Facebook banned one conservative blogger for 30 days over a link she never posted. Another conservative was punished for simply saying “thank you.”

Light told me he believes the page was targeted by “fake conservative trolls,” people who pretend to be friendly but really aren’t. “Many people,” he said, “wanted to be the one to take us down.” Facebook has not responded to our request for comments.
Read more at http://libertyunyielding.com/2015/07/29/facebook-claims-marine-corps-emblem-violates-community-standards/

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Georgia woman bought gun used to kill Nebraska officer, authorities say

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This is from Fox News.

I hope Jalita Johnson gets charged with being an accessory to murder.

My wish also is that she gets prosecuted for the straw purchase of the murder weapon, but being a daughter of Obama it may not happen.

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Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco, shown holding little Olivia Ruth and pictured with husband Hector and her two stepchildren. (Omaha Police Department)

Federal authorities say an Atlanta area woman bought the gun that was used to kill a police officer in Nebraska just a day before she was to go on maternity leave.

Marcus Wheeler gave money to Jalita Johnson of Jonesboro and told her to buy a gun, a large magazine and two boxes of ammunition from a pawn shop on April 23, according to a sworn statement from a U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent filed June 30 in federal court in Atlanta.

Johnson, who had her first court appearance Monday, is accused of falsifying information on a form that firearms dealers are required to keep when they sell a gun, the agent’s statement says.

Reached by The Associated Press at a number listed in court documents, Johnson said she had no comment. Her court-appointed lawyer wrote in an email that he had no comment.

Officer Kerrie Orozco, 29, was a day away from going on maternity leave to care for the daughter she had delivered prematurely three months earlier when she answered a call to help a fellow officer, police in Omaha said. Wheeler, 26, who was wanted in an earlier shooting, fatally shot Orozco and then was killed when another officer returned fire, police said.

Orozco had postponed her maternity leave while her baby remained in a hospital prenatal care unit. The infant was to be released from the hospital the day after her mother was killed.

 Federal agents with the ATF’s Atlanta office went to talk to Johnson on May 22 after agents in Omaha told them the gun used to kill Orozco had been traced to her.

Johnson was unsure of the make and model of the gun she had bought but confirmed that the firearms transaction record the agents had gotten from Arrowhead Pawn Shop looked like a copy of the one she had completed when she bought the gun.

Johnson replied “yes” to a question on the form asking whether she was the actual buyer of the gun, the agent’s statement says. But Wheeler, her boyfriend who lived out of state and would visit her occasionally, gave her the money to buy the gun for him, she told agents.

Wheeler also sent her several text messages while she was in the pawn shop indicating what she should buy, the agent’s statement says. After she bought the gun, she gave it to Wheeler, the statement says.

Macon man describes firing shots after robbery

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This from 13 Eye Witness News WMAZ.

I am not sure how smart it was to grab your gun and chase down the armed robber.

Then shoot at the robbers on the street and just intend to shoot the windows out.

If I was shooting at an armed robber my intent would have been to put him down.

The robbers are a Son and Daughter of Obama.

Devinche Javon Albritton photo credit www.homefacts.com

Maryann Davis photo credit www.13wmaz.com

 

 

The man who fired several shots at a pair of robbers Thursday said it all started when he went to buy a game for his son.

Tim Jackson was in the GameStop in the Eisenhower Crossing Shopping Center on Thursday during an armed robbery. He tells us he went in to GameStop to buy a $6 Star Wars video game for his son.

What happened next, he said, was something he’s only seen in the movies.

The suspects Javon Britton and Maryann Davis have been arrested and are in custody until their hearing in superior court.

Jackson says the man, Britton, walked in, “as cool as a cucumber,” saying he was waiting to check out.

Then Jackson heard, “Get on the ground or I’m going to start shooting.”

He was then robbed of $40 and says he hit the deck, keeping his face down on the ground.

Jackson says all he could think of were his wife and kids at home, saying his life flashed before his eyes.

He tells us the robber was only a few feet away, and he could make out that the robber was holding an assault rifle.

Jackson says he bought a gun several years ago to protect his family when his wife got pregnant. He says he’s had a carry permit for over six years.

When the suspect started to walk out of the store, Jackson said, one thing went through his mind, “I don’t want him to do this to anyone else.”

Jackson followed him out of the store, and got to his own car where he kept his gun. He says he got his gun and started looking for Britton.

Jackson says he met eyes with the suspect, and says Britton appeared to reach for his gun.

Jackson says that’s when he fired his first shot.

He tells us he wasn’t aiming for the suspect, but rather trying to hit the windows in case the car got away. He says he thought it might be an easier find for the police.

Throughout the entire robbery Jackson says Britton was extremely calm. This made him think this robbery wasn’t his first time.

Jackson tells us, “I‘m down on my luck lately, but you don’t see me out robbing anyone.”

He says the police still have his gun as evidence — but he had another gun on him Friday.

 

SEE IT: New Jersey woman savagely beaten in front of 2-year-old child as crowd watches

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This is from The New York Daily News.

This will not be considered a hate crime for the following reasons.

First she a Daughter Of Obama.

Second, she is a follower of the pedophile mohammed.

Have you noticed these attacks  take place in places where the Right to Bear Arms is restricted?.

A brutal video was captured of an assault Tuesday night in Salem. Police said Latia Harris, 25, allegedly attacked a woman for spreading rumors about her. A crowd of bystanders watched, but the only one who tried to stop the attack was the victim’s 2-year-old son.

Someone is getting savagely beaten in front of her small child? Quick, grab your phone!

The dozen people who witnessed an attack a New Jersey police chief labeled “physically sickening to watch” did not try to stop Tuesday’s assault in Salem or use their phones to call police. Instead, they stood by and make sure they recorded it.

“There is a moral and social breakdown in the fabric of our, society which is clearly evident when a woman gets pummeled in broad daylight in front of her child while a dozen people pull out their phones to record the incident instead of calling for help,” Salem Chief of Police John J. Pelura III said in a statement. “There is so little regard for human life — by the actor and the bystanders.”

The attack occurred in a park Tuesday night as a woman — identified by authorities as Latia Harris, 25, of Salem — is violently and repeatedly striking a woman lying on the ground.

The victim’s 2-year-old son is standing nearby and, despite the adults present, is the only person trying to stop her. He makes several kicks at the attacker’s direction, but it does not stop the assault on his mother.

Latia Harris, 25, of Salem allegedly violently and repeatedly hit a woman lying on the ground as bystanders did nothing … except record it on their phones. 

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At one point of the video, two people walk around Harris in order to get a better view. Some spectators are also heard “oohing” as Harris kicks the defenseless woman lying on the ground.

Harris unleashes an expletive rant on her victim and it appears she is upset about something that happened at her job. Harris is wearing a McDonald’s uniform and the attack occurred near the restaurant.

She also threatens the woman’s child after he lands a few soft kicks.

“You better get your son before I kick him in the (expletive) face, too,” she said.

After berating her, Harris then spits on her and storms off. Police said she asked the people in the audience not to post the video to social media.

Harris faces charges of aggravated assault and two counts of making terroristic threats and additional charges may be pending, police said. They discovered video of the incident on Facebook after they responded to the scene.

Harris has not returned to work since the incident and police have tried to locate her at two known addresses, but she has yet to be apprehended.

Police said the victim was found covered in blood, and was “disoriented, confused and bleeding from the face.” She said her attacker accused the 27-year-old of spreading rumors about her and her manager, police said.

The victim was treated for her injuries at a local hospital. The attack left her with limited vision in her left eye, according to a complaint filed by police.

Anyone with information on the location of Harris is asked to call Salem Police at 856-935-0057.



Police identify last known owner of loaded gun found in Target toy aisle

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This is from WMBF Florence-Myrtle Beach, S. C.

It seems a Son of Obama is being looked for in the case of a loaded gun in the Toy Aisle at Son of Obama 

The last known owner of the gun is a Daughter of Obama.

Were they recruited by the antigunners  in South Carolina?

Personally, I smell a rat.

 

If you have any information on the man pictured, please call police. | Source: Myrtle Beach Police Department

Source: Myrtle Beach Police Department Suspect

 

Chavonne Tere Moore, the last known owner of the gun. Source: MBPD.

Chavonne Tere Moore, the last known owner of the gun. Source: MBPD.

 

 

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A real gun was found in the toy aisle of Target on Seaboard Street. The police report states a loss prevention worker stumbled upon the gun Friday night.

The gun was in plain view on top of a superhero Playskool toy box when the worker found it; he thought it was a toy. He realized it was real after seeing it was loaded with live ammo.

The fact that it was found in an aisle geared toward children makes some shoppers feel this was no accident.

“I don’t think someone would accidentally drop off a gun. I think he purposely left it there for a child to pick up and think, ‘Oh, it’s a toy gun,’ and accidentally point it at somebody and it goes off,” says Kennedy McClain.

Fletcher Armstrong III, a Concealed Weapons Permit instructor with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, explains it is never too early to start talking gun safety with children.

He narrows it down into four easy-to-understand steps: “If a child comes across a gun they should follow four steps: Stop. Don’t touch. Leave the area, and tell an adult.”

The police report mentions there was a suspicious male walking up and down each toy aisle, including the aisle the gun was found.

On Thursday, the Myrtle Beach Police Department released a photo of the man they are attempting to identify in reference to the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective H. Jones at 843-918-1911.

On Friday, Myrtle Beach Police released the identity of the last known registered owner of the handgun: Chavonne Tere Moore.

Senior Specialist of Target’s Public Relations Department, Evan Lapiska, sent WMBF News the following statement:

“The safety and security of our team members and guests is a top priority for Target. We take these matters very seriously and we are partnering with local law enforcement on this incident. Because this matter is under active investigation, we are unable to share additional information.”

Shoppers say they are thankful the gun was found before a child mistook it for a toy.

Judge wants back on bench after insanity ruling

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This is from the Chicago Tribune.

This daughter of Obama in insane and has had psychotic episodes while on the bench.

She also assaulted a police officer and now wants her job back.

Sadly she will most likely get her job back.

Judge Cynthia Brim

Judge Cynthia Brim, center, on trial for assaulting a deputy, passes through the Daley Center lobby today. (Nancy Stone, Chicago Tribune / February 3, 2013)

 

Can a suspended Cook County judge return to the bench after being declared legally insane at the time she shoved a sheriff’s deputy in 2012?

For the first time in Illinois, attorneys on the case say, a judicial disciplinary panel has begun tackling the question of whether a judge whose psychotic episodes can apparently be controlled through medication should be allowed to return to the bench.

Judge Cynthia Brim, 55, testified before the Illinois Courts Commission for more than two hours on Friday in a bid to save her $182,000-a-year job. The seven-member panel – made up of judges from outside of Cook County as well as two citizens – will later issue a written decision.

rim was found not guilty of misdemeanor battery by reason of insanity last year for shoving a sheriff’s deputy outside the Daley Center during a manic episode in March 2012. A day earlier, while on the bench, she broke into an extended rant while presiding over a traffic court call at the Markham courthouse.

“I just broke like a pencil,” Brim told the commission Friday, saying she was feeling stressed that day because there was only one courtroom deputy present for a busy call. “It was totally inappropriate for me to say what I did at that time – or any other time.”

Brim was effectively suspended from her duties as a judge after the battery charges were filed but was nonetheless returned to the bench by voters weeks later. She has continued to collect her $182,000 salary since her 2012 suspension.

On Friday, Brim said she was once again able to fulfill her duties as judge. Over the last two years, she said, she has consistently taken her medications – a requirement of her probation in the battery case – and has not had any psychotic episodes.

“I can serve as a judge with full capability as long as I continue to take the medication as prescribed,” she said. “I’ve had two years to think about this, and I have a different perspective and understanding of my condition. I realize now I have to stay on my medications and see a psychiatrist on a regular basis.”

But John Gallo, an attorney for the Judicial Inquiry Board that filed the disciplinary charges, questioned whether it was proper to return Brim to the bench.

If she was allowed to serve again, parties who had important cases before her would soon learn about her past and wonder about her ability, he said.

“They’re looking at a judge who said to a court that she was at one point in time…insane,” Gallo said.

Brim “bears some responsibility for putting herself” in the position that led to her highly public breakdown in 2012, he said.

“Judge Brim decided to go without any kind of psychiatric treatment of any sort after 15-plus years of these episodes while she was a sitting judge,” Gallo said.

Brim, who has been hospitalized at least nine times for mental illness since 1994, acknowledged she had once been carried out of a Bridgeview courtroom on a stretcher after going “catatonic” during her court call. Her physicians had repeatedly allowed her to discontinue taking mood-stabilizing drugs, she said, but she wasn’t diagnosed with a bipolar type of schizoaffective disorder until 2009.

Still, she had once gone off medication on her own and in the two years before her 2012 breakdown had stopped taking medications or seeing a psychiatrist or therapist.

But her psychiatrist, Dr. Roueen Rafeyan, told the commission there was only at most a 10 percent chance that Brim would ever have another relapse and he said others in stressful, important fields can function with the illness.

“There are heart surgeons who have the same diagnosis and operate on patients all day long,” he said.

Brim’s attorney, James Montgomery, suggested that the commission could allow the judge to return to the bench for two years and then revisit the case if it was concerned about her continued stability.

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