Black Suspect, Brian Haywood Shot an Ohama Girl

September 30, 2013 (KETV) – WE’VE JUST LEARNED THE NAME OF A TEENAGER SUSPECTED IN SHOOTING… AND CRITICALLY INJURING AN OMAHA GIRL. HE IS THIS WEEK’S CRIME STOPPERS MOST WANTED. THE AFTERNOON OF JULY TWENTY-SECOND..THIS SEEMINGLY QUIET OMAHA STREET.. WAS A SHOOTING SCENE. WITNESSES NEAR 34th AND NORTH RIDGE SAY THERE’D BEEN A FIGHT.. THEN GUNSHOTS. A GIRL WAS HIT IN THE THIGH… SHE SURVIVED. NOW.. INVESTIGATORS TELL NEWSWATCH SEVEN.. THEY BELIEVE BRIAN HAYWOOD IS THE ONE WHO PULLED THE TRIGGER. HAYWOOD JUST TURNED EIGHTEEN LAST WEEK. HE’S FIVE-ELEVEN … WEIGHS ABOUT 170-POUNDS. HIS LAST KNOWN ADDRESS WAS NEAR 33rd AND ERSKINE. IF YOU KNOW WHERE HAYWOOD MIGHT BE…LET POLICE KNOW. CALL.. TEXT.. OR E-MAIL THAT INFORMATION. NO MATTER WAY YOU CHOOSE… SINCE CRIME STOPPERS USES A CODE SYSTEM.. YOU CAN’T BE IDENTIFIED. AND IF HAYWOOD’S CAUGHT AND CHARGED.. YOU COULD GET A CASH REWARD.

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Eric Holder, DOJ To Sue North Carolina Over Voter ID Law

September 30, 2013 North Carolina (NEWSY) – The Justice Department announced Monday that it is suing the state of North Carolina for alleged racial discrimination over tough new voter ID rules.

The suit claims that the North Carolina statute violated Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act and would seek to have the state subject to federal pre-clearance before making “future voting-related changes.” The suit was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Nashville, Tenn. Attorney General Eric Holder said “by restricting access and ease of voter participation, this new law would shrink, rather than expand, access” to voting.

The Justice Department will ask a federal judge to place the four provisions in North Carolina’s new law under federal scrutiny for an indeterminate period. The suit is the latest effort by the Obama administration to fight back against a Supreme Court decision that struck down the most powerful part of the landmark Voting Rights Act and freed southern states from strict federal oversight of their elections.

North Carolina’s new law scales back the period for early voting and imposes stringent voter identification requirements. It is among at least five Southern states adopting stricter voter ID and other election laws. The Justice Department on Aug. 22 sued Texas over the state’s voter ID law and is seeking to intervene in a lawsuit over redistricting laws in Texas that minority groups consider to be discriminatory.

Republican lawmakers in southern states insist the new measures are needed to prevent voter fraud, though such crimes are infrequent. Democrats and civil rights groups argue the tough new laws are intended to make voting more difficult for minorities and students, voting groups that lean toward Democrats, in states with legacies of poll taxes and literacy tests.

In the North Carolina lawsuit, the government will challenge requirements in state law that eliminate the first seven days of early voting opportunities and eliminate same-day voter registration during the early voting period. Same-day registration allows voters to cast a ballot immediately after presenting elections officials with proof of their name and home address.

The Justice Department challenge also is aimed at a provision eliminating the counting of certain types of provisional ballots by voters who cast ballots in their home counties but do not vote in the correct precincts.

Finally, the federal government will challenge a provision in the new law that requires voters to present government-issued identification at the polls in order to cast ballots. In North Carolina, a recent state board of elections survey found that hundreds of thousands of registered voters did not have a state-issued ID. Many of those voters are young, black, poor or elderly.

In remarks Sept. 20 to the Congressional Black Caucus, Holder said the Justice Department will not allow the Supreme Court’s action to be interpreted as “open season” for states to pursue measures that suppress voting rights.

However, the provision of the Voting Rights Act that the Justice Department is invoking may be a difficult tool for the Obama administration to use.

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Black Demographics within Paris France; act identical to Chicago/Detroit Gangs

More empirical evidence of nature vs nurture. As genetics evolves, the realization of racial and cultural ideals are realized. It’s not Xenophobic to recognize a phenomenon that occurs where-ever this demographics exists.

September 29, 2013 Paris France (France24English) –  The mayor of Colombes, a city of 85,000 north west of Paris, knew comparing his town to Marseille – where a drug related crime wave has left more than a dozen dead – would get the media’s attention. At the start of September, two shootings within 24 hours left at least one man suffering bullet wounds to the legs. French Interior minister Manuel Valls has visited the neighbourhood and promised 70 extra police officers in the area. But locals say it’s not enough.

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Tables Turned on attempted Robbery, by 3 black suspects, in Bayou St. John

September 28, 2013 New Orleans Louisiana (WWLTV) – The tables were turned on three alleged, armed robbers in Bayou St. John, as the NOPD confirmed one of the victims turned a gun on his attackers. Now two people are behind bars and police are looking for a third suspect connected to the brazen crime.

“We heard four pop-pop-pop-pops,” said Mid-City resident Judy Reagan. Watching television on her couch with her partner, Reagan didn’t realize what was unfolding a few blocks from her front door.

“I thought about going out on the porch, but then I thought, if it’s actual gunshots, I’m not going to stick my head out here,” said Reagan.

The NOPD says two people were walking to a parked car in the 3100 block of Ursulines Avenue around 9:00 p.m. Thursday when they were approached by three people.

Police say the gunmen asked both victims to get on the ground, but that didn’t happen.

“His first thought was to protect his female companion, which he did by pushing her to the ground to keep her out of harm’s way and then fired a couple of warning shots,” said attorney Michael Kennedy who represents one of the victims. He says his client declined to be interviewed.

Police say after the trio were shot at, they started running towards Bayou St. John dropping a clue that would link one of the suspects to the crime.

Early Friday night, NOPD officers were spotted canvassing the area where police arrested two suspects the night before.

Police say 18-year-old Aaron Smith and 17-year-old Hakeem Carter were taken into custody in the 1000 block of Hagan Street, not far from where shots were fired.

Now they both face two counts of attempted armed robbery.

Kennedy says his client is still shaken up. “Traumatic as well as safety concerns. There’s still one person out there being sought.”

For those living in this Mid-City neighborhood, this latest robbery attempt is a reminder to watch your back.

“That close, it just gives you pause to be street smart and to look around. It doesn’t encourage me to get me own gun, but it is frightening,” said Reagan.

Police are still looking for a third suspect. He’s described an African-American male, with a tall build and thin long dreadlocks with bleached tips.

If you can help detectives solve this case, call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.

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Leith Community/Council, Bismarck Tribune: Seek to Remove Craig Cobb in Leith North Dakota

 

September 27, 2013 Leith North Dakota (ANN) – It appears that the left has forgotten the constitution and the laws – which protect the right to speech, bare arms and beliefs. Disliking someones views, or beliefs — is not a right, or reason to ‘run-someone-out-of-town.’ That’s known as harassment and even terrorism.

If they continue this action, there are serious repercussions for attacks against a persons beliefs. This is an attack on belief – what the leftists say, is ‘white-supremacist’ beliefs. They’re treading on the edge of breaking the law and ending up in court, or even prison.

It would be wise for these people to go back home. There’s nothing you can legally do to remove Craig Cobb from Leith. You have to accept the law, or be punished by it

References:

http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/second_amendment
http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/first_amendment
http://www.lawserver.com/law/state/north-dakota/nd-code/north_dakota_code_12-1_17_07

The People who Dislike Craig Cobb: A Glimpse into who they Are. Leith North, Dakota

September 27, 2013 (ANN) – I have done some research into who are the demographics and personalities involved in the dislike for Craig Cobb and his views. It is the same stereotypes. It is the same ideals which have and continue to persuade a group of people into their worldview.

https://www.facebook.com/BisTrib

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/cdc-110197000-venereal-infections-us-nation-creating-new-stis-faster-new-jobs-or

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Jestin Joseph uses Mental Illness, as an Excuse to Murder People

September 27,2013 Fort Worth Texas (WJAA) – Davage Armstrong is living to talk about a moment he almost didn’t live through. And technically, he shouldn’t have.

On Tuesday night, he was inside a McDonald’s in the 4800 block of the South Freeway near the Interstate 20 and 35W interchange to order food. Then, police say, Jestin Joseph walked in.

“I saw the guy pull the pistol out and he was yelling, ‘Give me your keys, give me your money,'” Armstrong said. “I could hear the gun clicking… he was pulling the trigger. I was able to push him over and pin him against the wall.”

Police believe Joseph tried to fire the gun at least five times inside the restaurant, but somehow, it jammed.

So he ran outside, and was able to fire one shot into the air. But when he came back in, nothing.

“[He was] pulling the trigger towards me, but still, just clicking,” Armstrong said.

In a restaurant full of families and workers, the gun jams again. And 48 hours later, no one –– not even police –– can figure out why.

News 8 asked Joseph himself from jail and even he didn’t know.

“I’m not proud of what I did, but at the same time, I really feel like someone was after me,” Joseph said.

As for why he did it, Joseph told us he felt paranoid and snapped.

“A guy said something, he looked at me and I was like – I said, ‘Why y’all keep [expletive] with me?’ And I lost it,” Joseph said.

Had the weapon worked in the restaurant, this story would have been very different. Armstrong has no doubt what happened to that gun.

He says it was divine intervention.

“God, God. That’s all it was, was God,” Armstong said. “That’s all it could have been, an angel over me.”

Jestin Joseph is in jail on five charges of aggravated assault with a $500,000 bond. He said the gun belonged to a girl he used to date.

He also said he never experienced a mental breakdown like Tuesday’s before, and he may seek help if he’s diagnosed by a doctor.

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