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Friday, October 24, 2014

This Is Why We Have The Death Penalty

Hanging is too good for this piece of shit.


Houston man raped teen, toddler, infected them with HIV, police say

 

 

A registered sex offender in Houston is charged with raping a 14-year-old girl and a 2-year-old girl and infecting them with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
The 33-year-old man was charged this week with super-aggravated sexual assault of a child and sexual assault of a child. Houston police say he raped his ex-girlfriend's teenage daughter and his infant niece.
The investigation began in 2013 when the younger child was brought to the Texas Medical Center. Both victims were infected with herpes and doctors had to preform reconstructive surgery on the younger child.
The suspect was sentenced to four years in prison in 2004 after sexually assaulting a different child.
The Associated Press isn't naming the man to protect the identities of the children.

 



Stick his ass up against a wall and exterminate the vermin.
What he did is beyond redemption and he would do it again if given the chance.



Thursday, October 23, 2014

Remember, You Shouldn't Worry If You Have Nothing To Hide

I seriously want to punch the jackass who said that first.

Someone somewhere in our government long ago came to the conclusion that there are no adults with critical thinking capabilities left in this country so everyone must obviously be treated like a fucking three year old and that is infuriating.

I know I really started noticing this phenomena under the Bush administration, especially right after 9/11 when the Dept. of Homeland Security was still Dick Cheney's wet dream.

Ever since then it has come down to the fact that our government does whatever it damn well pleases, without even asking forgiveness instead of permission after it gets it's hand slammed in the cookie jar of Constitutional propriety.

Whenever confronted with these abuses, they will look you right in the eye with all the earnestness of a first grader who has learned to lie and has gotten away with it, all the while wiping their muddy feet on the Fourth Amendment right in front of you and swear it's for your own good.

The Obama administration has turned this into an art form.

Chilling free speech: Fed's passion to monitor us has become insatiable






Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
Published October 23, 2014


Earlier this week, the federal government’s National Science Foundation, an entity created to encourage the study of science -- encouragement that it achieves by awarding grants to scholars and universities -- announced that it had awarded a grant to study what people say about themselves and others in social media.

The NSF dubbed the project Truthy, a reference to comedian Stephen Colbert’s invention and hilarious use of the word “truthiness.”

The reference to Colbert is cute, and he is a very funny guy, but when the feds get into the business of monitoring speech, it is surely no joke; it is a nightmare. It is part of the Obama administration’s persistent efforts to monitor communication and scrutinize the expressions of opinions it hates and fears.

All presidents push the envelope when it comes to exercising their constitutional powers. But we never before have seen in modern times a president like the present one.

We already know the National Security Agency has the digital versions of all telephone conversations and emails sent to, from or within the U.S. since 2005. Edward Snowden's revelations of all this are credible and substantiated, and the government’s denials are weak and unavailing -- so weak and unavailing that many NSA agents disbelieve them.

But the government’s unbridled passion to monitor us has become insatiable. Just two months ago, the Federal Communications Commission, which licenses broadcasters, threatened to place federal agents in cable television newsrooms so they can see how stories are generated and produced. The FCC doesn’t even regulate cable, yet it threatened to enhance its own authority by monitoring cable companies from the inside.

What’s going on here?

What’s going on here, and has been going on since President Obama took office in January 2009, is a government with little or no fidelity to basic constitutional norms. There is no defense under the Constitution to any aspect of the government's -- federal, state, regional, local or hybrid; or any entity owned or controlled by any government; or any entity that exercises the government’s coercive powers or spends or receives its money -- monitoring the expressive behavior of anyone in the U.S., not in a newsroom, on social media or anywhere else.


You can read the rest here.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Blackwater guards found guilty in Iraq shootings

I'll admit this surprises me, Blackwater, or whatever they are calling themselves these days, pretty much had unlimited funds to throw at lawyers and high powered ones at that.


Four former Blackwater security guards were found guilty Wednesday in the 2007 shootings of more than 30 Iraqis in Baghdad, and a federal judge ordered them immediately to jail.

In an overwhelming victory for prosecutors, a jury found Nicholas Slatten guilty of first-degree murder. The three other guards -- Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard -- were found guilty of multiple counts of voluntary manslaughter, attempted manslaughter and gun charges.

The four men had been charged with a combined 33 counts in the shootings and the jury was able to reach a verdict on all of them, with the exception of three charges against Heard. The prosecution agreed to drop those charges.

The outcome after a summerlong trial and weeks of jury deliberation stunned the defense.

David Schertler, a lawyer for Heard, said "the verdict is wrong, it's incomprehensible. We're devastated. We're going to fight it every step of the way. We still think we're going to win."

The shootings on Sept. 16, 2007, caused an international uproar over the role of defense contractors in urban warfare.

The State Department hired Blackwater to protect American diplomats in Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, and elsewhere in the country. Blackwater convoys of four heavily armored vehicles operated in risky environments where car bombs and attacks by insurgents were common.

Slatten was charged with first-degree murder; the others were charged with voluntary manslaughter, attempted manslaughter and gun charges.

The case was mired in legal battles for years, making it uncertain whether the defendants would ever be tried.


Sure there will be appeals from now until no one even remembers who these guys are or what happened but in the mean time they are cooling their heels in the slammer.

Blackwater changed their name after this all came out but they are still out there, hired thugs and mercenaries with more equipment and firepower than some countries armies.

We were paying for all that because our government hired these guys.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Fellow Washingtonians; Spread The Word, Vote NO On I -594!

There are anti gun citizens with deep pockets literally trying to purchase your 2nd Amendment rights with false advertising and by sponsoring Initiative I-594. When even Law Enforcement officers think this is a bad idea it should give everyone cause for concern.
Watch this video and then spread the word.



I will tell you right now that I will consider this null and void the second it passes, if it does.

PLEASE tell everyone you know that lives in the State of Washington to fiercely protect what few rights we have left and at the same time let non residents with deep pockets and an agenda know that we here don't want or need them meddling in our business.